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  • No Devices During Meal Time

    The word “no” can make some people grit their teeth. Add the word “devices” and the phrase “No Devices” has the potential to appear to be a violation of human rights. How can anyone stay in touch with friends if they are not on a device? How can parents be assured their children are safe if the child does not have access to a device? These sentences are not written with an intent to be sarcastic. The “need” to be connected to others with the use of a device has become a way of life for many people. I am currently reading a new book “iGen” by San Diego State University Psychology Professor, Dr. Jean Twenge. Dr. Twenge researches long-term studies that help identify how various generations of people such as Boomers, Gen Xers, Millennials and now, iGen, differ from each other.
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  • Little Breakfast and Ribbon Cutting welcomes Shorecrest’s youngest Chargers to the Mike Murphy Experiential School

    by: Stacy Alexander, Director of Alumni and Community Engagement
    The morning of March 18 was an exciting one for Shorecrest’s Alpha and Junior Kindergarten students and their families as The Experiential School of Tampa Bay settled into its permanent home in the Mike Murphy Experiential School building. On the first day back from Spring Break, faculty, staff, Experiential School students and families gathered for a celebration to acknowledge this special moment and to highlight the value placed on community-building and family engagement.
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  • Service Week 2019

    by: Diego Duran-Medina, Director of Service Learning
    Before spring break, students fulfilled an important rite of passage and requirement in Shorecrest’s Upper School - Service Week. Now in its tenth year, Service Week began as a student-led initiative and continues its proud tradition of including student voice and choice. Over 300 students in the Upper School committed to serving at either the local or national level, providing over 4,000 hours of community service by the time the week was completed.
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  • Relay For Life next week!

    by: Raffi Darrow, Ebytes Editor
    2019 marks the 14th year of Shorecrest hosting a Relay For Life on campus, a student-run event. Shorecrest has raised an outstanding total of nearly $1.2million since 2006 benefiting American Cancer Society! This year's returning Event Co-Chairs are Olivia Olson '19 and Jordan Tralins '19. They have done an incredible job balancing Relay planning along with all of their other responsibilities, and have created an amazing night for all Chargers to look forward to on March 29!!
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  • Call for Nominations: Alumni Distinguished Achievement Award & Charger Hall of Fame

    by: Stacy Alexander, Director of Alumni and Community Engagement
    Do you know a Shorecrest player or coach who has distinguished themselves in athletics while at Shorecrest? Is there a Shorecrest graduate who has attained outstanding achievements and success in their profession and/or provides outstanding service to their communities? Nominate someone today for the Alumni Distinguished Achievement Award and Charger Hall of Fame!
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  • Celebrate the Arts Week, "Cinderella" Coming Soon

    by: Raffi Darrow, Ebytes Editor
    Art instruction is interwoven throughout the Shorecrest curriculum. To celebrate the lessons and skills taught all year, we open the campus to the community each spring during Celebrate the Arts Week, April 8-13, 2019. Following the ES/LS Teach-in on Friday, April 12, LS and ES students will have a performance around 11am. The Week will finish out with Shorecrest Performing Arts' production of the new Broadway adaptation of Rodgers and Hammerstein's “Cinderella,” to run April 11-13, in the Janet Root Theatre.
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  • Carline & Schedule Changes

    by: Mike Murphy, Headmaster
    The attached map highlights the new construction zone, which has taken effect. The entrance of Pratt Blvd. is two-way to allow cars to exit the First Street parking lot, but otherwise campus traffic will be one-way at all times. Please see the Traffic Map shared here.
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