Headmaster Letter

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  • When Bored is Good

    by: Mike Murphy, Headmaster
    It is one thing for a person to be bored at school or on a job, and quite another to be bored in the absence of scheduled activities. Many of us have allowed our communities to impose guilt when we do not have every waking moment filled with activities that enrich the lives of our children and ourselves.
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Weekly Announcements

List of 12 news stories.

  • The Gavel: The Intimacy of Philanthropy

    by: Tom Andrews, Board of Trustees Chair
    What does intimacy have to do with philanthropy, you ask? Well, I would argue a great deal. I like to think of philanthropy as building up something you can look at, evaluate, and witness. If it helps, think of philanthropy as a local phenomenon.
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  • Volunteer Breakfast and Award, 2016

    by: Raffi Darrow, Ebytes Editor
    Each spring, Shorecrest thanks their hard working volunteers at a special complimentary breakfast. The new SCA Board is voted on, the leaders of the Annual Fund are announced, and the Janet Root Volunteer Service Award is presented.
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  • Clinic byte: Food Allergies - React with Respect

    by: Marie Confident, School nurse
    Food allergies have been on the rise, and it is estimated that one in every 13 children under age 18 is affected. A food allergy is the immune system’s reaction to a food protein it mistakenly identifies as harmful. 
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  • Summer Service Opportunities

    by: Diego Duran-Medina, Director of Service Learning
    Many local organizations seek volunteer assistance from students over the summer, knowing they are out of school. A page has been added to shorecrest.org listing summer service opportunities for high school students to help out and earn service hours.
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  • Come Watch The Rowdies!

    by: Shorecrest & Tampa Bay Rowdies
    We are excited to announce that Shorecrest Preparatory School has continued their exclusive partnership with the professional soccer team, the Tampa Bay Rowdies. As the Official K-12 School of the Rowdies, Chargers will have the ability to purchase $10 tickets.
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  • SPS Faculty & Parent Relay Night at 3 Daughters

    by: Relay For Life Leads
    Join us at 3 Daughters Brewing for live music, a silent auction, St. Pete Taco Lady dinner and great beer!
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  • Shorecrest Awarded Grant for Underwater Robots

    by: Rachel Martin, Director of Marketing & Communications
    Dr. Anna Baralt, Director of Educational Technology, and Kathryn Jeakle, eighth grade Marine Science teacher, have been awarded a 2016 DeWitt E. & Vera M. Hooker Fellowship grant. The $1,500 award will fund the purchase of and training for underwater ROVs (remotely operated vehicles) to augment and enhance the eighth grade Coastal Awareness Program.
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  • Child Care Available May 27

    by: Monica Stypinski, Director of Auxiliary Programs
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  • Share Art with Shorecrest Students

    by: SCA
    Share the art world with Lower School students! Picture Ladies and Gentleman volunteer on the 2nd Tuesday, six times a year, for 30 minutes. No experience necessary.
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  • Sign-Ups Available For Bid! Lacrosse, Soccer, etc.

    by: Shorecrest-Palooza Committee
    More space is still available at the following fun sign-up events for parents and students.
    - Lacrosse Clinic
    - Soccer Clinic
    - 6th grade boys "Almost Sleepover"
    - Clay Building grades 2-4
    - and more!
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  • LeadEx: Summer Leadership Academy

    by: Shorecrest Summer Programs
    An exclusive summer leadership academy for current 9th-12th grade students.
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    by: Coach Stephen Dudley
    The 1st day of VARSITY FOOTBALL SPRING PRACTICE is Monday, April 25thWe encourage all boys currently in grade 8-11 to come give Charger Football a try.
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Next Week's Hot Events

  • May 14: Baccalaureate
  • May 15: Commencement of the Class of 2016
  • May 17: 7th grade chorus
  • May 19: Spring Football Game
  • May 20: Kindergarten Program
  • May 26: Fourth Grade Moving Up, Fifth Grade Theatre
  • May 27: Last day of school - noon dismissal (Exp-8), 3 Daughters Brewing Relay For Life night

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