The Monday Update

April 20, 2015




Thank you to everyone who brought in books and gave blood for last Friday's Blood & Books Drive and thank you to the PTO for organizing it! 

There's still time to purchase tickets for the
Send A Teacher Packing Raffle! The winner will be announced following this Thursday's Drama Production. We hope to see you there!


It's that time again...Book Fair! 

Be sure to visit this week (4/20-4/24) from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Open until 4 p.m. on Wednesday and Thursday for visiting after the drama production. 


Volunteers are needed for Wednesday and Thursday. Contact Jackie Matthews.


CLICK HERE to shop the Book Fair online through May 5.


Summit Idol is May 14

Due to schedule conflicts, the date for this year's Summit Idol has been moved to Thursday, May 14 at 1:00 p.m.


Registration forms are available in the lobby for all types of acts!


Save Your Coins!


This year's Coins for Crusade will be May 4 - 8th. It is our way to give back to WHAS Crusade for Children and get to see a staff member SLIMED at the end of year carnival! More details to come.



Spring Drama Production

April 22 & 23, 1p



Oaks Day

Friday, May 1


State of the School

Tuesday, May 12, 7p


Summit Idol

Thursday, May 14, 1p


8th Grade Graduation

Wednesday, May 20



Conference Prep

Friday, May 22



Memorial Day

Monday, May 25


Music/Awards Program

Thursday, May 28, 1p




School Carnival

Monday, June 1


No Bullies Allowed!GransGuide see the Drama Club perform Gran's Guide to Stop an Ogre (Also Works for Witches and Bullies)!


Zach and Lilly arrive home from school upset about the troubles from their day - Zach's friend is getting pushed around, Lilly is being left out by the "mean girls" who rule the school, and both of them are worried about being called tattle-tales. Granny tells them a seemingly unrelated whimsical, magical story...  but it might just help them overcome the bullies they face at school. 


Wednesday & Thursday, April 22 & 23, 1:00 p.m. in the auditorium


Do You Have A Story To Tell? you like to share a story about your experience at Summit Academy? 


We are looking for personal stories we can share with others who may not know about our school and mission. Your story could be included in newsletters, donor communications, on our website and/or social media outlets, as well as in our marketing videos. We can share numbers and facts - but it is the personal stories that make the true impact!


We want to hear from parents, grandparents, students and teachers. You don't have to write a novel - just a few words or paragraphs on the impact Summit has made in your family or your own life. Your story can also be submitted anonymously. Stories can be submitted via email to Teri Hardman




Families, students, & friends can nominate any teacher by purchasing as many raffle tickets as they would like for $5 each.  Tickets can be purchased by anyone - students, parents, grandparents, alumni, even teachers!


On April 23, after Spring Drama Production, we will draw the lucky teacher who will enjoy a nice, relaxing vacation in a 2BR/2B condo in Naples, Florida! The more "nominations", the more entries for that teacher and the more chances to win.


The person who purchased or sold the winning ticket will receive a birthday party package for 10 people from All About Kids!



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