Shorecrest is the host site for the Special Olympics Florida Hillsborough and Pinellas County Fall Classic Event, featuring softball, football, football skills, and powerlifting. The event will be held at Shorecrest on Saturday, September 24, from 9am-4pm. The Upper School Student Council has taken the lead in organizing both Middle and Upper School students to get involved. In one week, the Upper School gained over 100 students who signed up to volunteer; our initial goal was 60 students. The planning, engagement, and excitement surrounding the Special Olympics showcases our core values. Shorecrest students have done a spectacular job of stepping up and getting involved in the event.
by: Rachel Barrett, Director of Marketing and Communications
Addison Sptaru '23, Kevin Tang '23, and Dylan Winer '23 in top 1% of US High School Seniors. Commended Students in the 2023 National Merit Scholarship Program are Alexander Bean '23, Becket Foster '23, Felix Fudge '23, Jackson McDevitt '23, Enzo Pagano '23, Caleb Perez '23 and Matthew White '23. Dylan Winer '23 received a National Hispanic Recognition Award.
On Saturday, Shorecrest will host the Special Olympics Florida Hillsborough and Pinellas County Fall Classic featuring competition in flag football, softball, and powerlifting. More than 300 Special Olympics athletes, coaches, and Unified partners will participate in the day’s competition. The event will be staffed by more than 150 Chargers, faculty, staff and parent volunteers from Shorecrest thanks to leadership from Upper School Student Council and US Admin.
The OneBlood bus will be parked behind the Janet Root Theatre on Friday, September 30, from 9am-2pm. All donors will also receive a free T-shirt, socks and wellness checkup, including blood pressure, temperature, iron count, pulse and cholesterol screening.
Rebellion is nigh in "Matilda Jr.," a witty ode to the anarchy of childhood and the power of imagination. Join us in the Janet Root Theatre on Thursday, November 10-12. Tickets on sale in October 2022!