Books are our friends. If there is any advice an educator can give to a family beyond providing all children with love, it is to read to them and with them on a daily basis. Reading is power. Reading is fun. Whether one is a one year old or 101, the benefits of reading on brain development is undisputed. Reading makes us healthier people. Reading also allows one to take full advantage of school and independent learning.
by: Michael Gillis, Director of Advancement and Laina Bennett, Director of Annual Giving
Over the course of these early months of the school year, you will hear about our Two Funds. One Mission. efforts. This is a pivotal year to sustain the Shorecrest Annual Fund and finish Transform. When we make a gift to Shorecrest, we are really just a giving to each other.
The Google for Education Team and Shorecrest Preparatory School would like to celebrate Dr. Caitlin McLemore, Shorecrest’s Middle and Upper School Librarian and Technology Specialist. Caitlin was recently accepted into the Google for Education Certified Innovator program through a highly competitive process.
by: Roderick Avery Fludd, Director of Diversity and Inclusion
All parents,/guardians and faculty/staff interested in international culture and cultural enrichment are warmly invited to join us at this informal get-together. Date: Wednesday September 4, 8:15am inCharger Commons Dining Room. Light breakfast provided.
Upper School History Teacher Mr. Heller, Upper School Band Director Mr. Updike, and Upper School Visual Arts Chair Mrs. Gaglio are pleased to announce next year's summer travel experience to Greece: June 11-22, 2020.
by: Roderick Avery Fludd, Director of Diversity & Inclusion
As some of you may know, Shorecrest Preparatory School’s Administrative Leadership Team is entering its third year of an Administrative Team SEED group. We are excited to offer a Parent/Guardian SEED program for this year and hope you will join us.