UNIFORM RESALE: Mark your calendars now - this year's uniform resale will be the week of July 17th-21st 2017! To volunteer, email Lynn Hoover.
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES: Check our website often for job postings for the upcoming school year! Currently, Before & Aftercare, Middle, and High School are all hiring!
PLEASE NOTE: In the event of a delay of school for any reason, there will be NO Early Birds services provided. Please make arrangements to arrive no earlier than 30 minutes before the designated start time, as indicated on your phone message, email, and social media outlets. The safety of students, parents, faculty, and staff is our top priority. For questions, contact Kelly Walden, Early Birds & Night Owls Director.
FINANCIAL INFORMATION: Tuition and lunch accounts need to be current by Friday, May 12th. If the accounts are not current your RenWeb will be blocked.
Pay your 2017-2018 tuition in full by Wednesday, May 17th and receive a $200 discount per student.
If you have questions contact Angie Howard at extension 2225 or by email or Pam Riley at extension 2226 or by email. Don’t miss a beat in the world of tuition and finance – check the Financial page on the Parent Portal for current information.
- May 5th: Spirit Day
- May 8th: Senior Scholarship Day
- May 16th: Kindergarten Graduation
- May 16th: Preschool Graduation
- May 17th: Elementary Awards Program
- May 17th: Last Day of School
- May 18th: Baccalaureate (details via email)
- May 19th: Commencement
- May 22nd-26th: Academy Closed (summer hours begin May 29th)
Critter Corral and Kona Ice: Thursday, May 4th and Friday, May 5th - ALL students will visit the Critter Corral Petting Zoo and Kona Ice - Cost: $6.00 (in an envelope labeled with your child's name and Field Day.) Cash only and no loose change please.
Spring Semester Field Trips: Please see your child's teacher for details. All students MUST have at least one adult chaperone to transport and accompany them off campus. Cash payments only for Field Trips.
Preschool Parent Portal: CLICK HERE
Poetry Recitals: Poetry recitations are quickly approaching for our elementary students. There are so many benefits for our students in this simple process of poetry recitation. Poetry is one the oldest art and literary forms. It captures emotion and the student’s voice becomes the voice of the poet. Experts say, “if children know eight nursery rhymes by heart by the time they’re four years old, they’re usually among the best readers by the time they’re eight. (http:/timbuktu.cme/blog/why-do-children-love-poems)
Poetry and rhymes help to develop phonemic awareness, memorization skills, and the development of self-expressions. In poetry recitations, it is not just the meaning of the words but the voice, volume, inflection, pitch, and pauses that make a recitation experience one of meaning. Poetry improves critical thinking by forcing the reader to ponder deeper thoughts and make important connections. AND…. since the fear of speaking in front of a crowd is man’s number one fear, we make sure we have the children up in front of others at a very early age.
Make plans to come and support your child at our Poetry Recital. I bet you have already memorized the poem yourself!!
Tuesday, May 2nd
Kindergarten - 8:15 - 9:00
2nd Grade - 9:15 - 10:00
3rd Grade - 10:15 - 11:00
Tuesday, May 9th
1st Grade - 8:15 - 9:00
4th Grade - 9:15 - 10:00
5th Grade will be presenting a drama production on Thursday, May 11th in place of a poetry recital.
Tutoring: If you are interested in tutoring for your elementary child this summer, please contact Mrs. Robin Williams.
BOOST Summer Camp Deadline Extended: The May 5 deadline for BOOST Summer Camp (June 12-14) registration has been extended until May 12. Please register your child at www.silverdaleba.org/summercamps so that we can plan a fun time for them and get their t-shirts ordered!
Friday, May 5th - Spirit Day
Tuesday, May 9th - Poetry Recitals (1st and 4th Grades)
Thursday, May 11th - 5th Grade Play - Winnie the Pooh
Tuesday, May 16th - Kindergarten Graduation @ 8:30 in the Sanctuary
Wednesday, May 17th - Elementary Awards Day @ 8:30 in the Sanctuary
Wednesday, May 17th - 5th Grade Tribute @ 10:00 in the Sanctuary
Wednesday, May 17th - 1/2 Day - Last Day of School
- Elementary Parent Portal: CLICK HERE
Help Needed! The middle school yearbook editor is looking for some pictures for the yearbook. If you have any pictures in the categories listed below, please email them. Thank you! NEEDED: Middle School Boys Basketball, Middle School Boys Soccer, Baseball, Golf, Tennis.
May 5th: Spirit Day. MS is responsible for snacks and volunteers
May 9th: 6th Grade begins Final Exams, Click here for schedule and optional dismissal form
May 11th - 7th & 8th: Grade begins Final Exams, Click here for schedule and optional dismissal form
May 11, 12, 15: Optional Noon Dismissal
May 16th: Half day, all students dismiss at noon for summer vacation
May 17th: Make up Exams, if students do not have to make up an exam, they are not required to be at school
Check out the weekly Middle School newsletter emailed home for more details heading into exam week!
- Middle School Parent Portal: CLICK HERE
Friday, May 5th: HS Talent Show after lunch
Friday, May 5th: Reservations for Baccalaureate due on google form.
Friday, May 5th: Family Fun Night at 6:30 p.m. (see article above)
High School Parent Portal: CLICK HERE