by: Dr. Sherri Danyali, Head of The Experiential School of Tampa Bay
Join us for Fall Festival sponsored by the Shorecrest Community Association (SCA). The Festival will be held on Thursday, October 31, from 10am - 12pm on Haskell Field (the football field) and is preceded by our annual costume parade.
Together, let's make this a truly memorable Fall Festival, especially for the very youngest members of our school's family. Be a part of it - it's a great way to see your kids in their environment doing what they love with who they spend their day with.
by: Stephanie McCarthy, MS Music and Jr. Thespian Director
Shorecrest Middle School Performing Arts presents a fall musical production of "The Wizard of Oz," based on the novel by L. Frank Baum and the classic motion picture. Performances starring students in sixth, seventh and eighth grades will be held in the Janet Root Theatre at Shorecrest on Friday, November 1, at 7pm, and a matinee on Saturday, November 2, at 2pm.
The Box Tops for Education program has now gone digital! All you need to do is download the Box Tops for Education app, search for Shorecrest (easiest way to is search by zip code – 33703), and scan in your receipt that contains qualifying Box Tops products within 14 days of purchase.
Shorecrest parents Matt Frey and Patrick Lamb organize casual, low key Dad's Nights Out during the school year. This is open to fathers of Shorecrest students all grade levels. No need to RSVP, just show up and enjoy.
Holiday Greenery is a great way to support Shorecrest and SCA while giving a wonderful gift to your relatives, friends and business associates. SCA Greenery sales will run October 1 - November 6, 2019, and orders will be available for pickup or delivery the week after Thanksgiving.
by: Stacy Alexander, Director of Alumni and Community Engagement
First grade and eleventh grade buddied-up on the lawn in front of Charger Commons for storytime last week. The younger Chargers brought some of their favorite books to share with their buddies, and each took turns reading to each other. Scenes of intentional cross-divisional connections are becoming more common as the Shorecrest Buddies program grows.