by: Rachel Barrett, Director of Marketing and Communications
June 1 - July 1 the Raymund Center and Haskell Library will be closed for renovations. The Main Visitor Check-in is in the Lower School Admin Office during the closure. Visitors may park in the lot along First Street. The Shorecrest Admissions Office is temporarily located in Charger Commons during the closure.
Are you tired of searching for the perfect "3-prong, plastic folder with pockets?" SCA can help! Let us shop for your child's school supplies this year. SCA will gather school supplies and have them ready and waiting in your child's classroom - saving you time and money. (NOTE: there are some supplies on each list SCA does not provide. Please read on and find the list for the grade your child(ren) will be entering.)
by: Jennifer Hobbs, Third Grade Teacher and Raffi Darrow, Ebytes Editor
Third graders recently wrapped up a months-long interdisciplinary force and motion investigation project highlighting physics and STEAM skills. Teachers introduced the unit with a driving question: “How do things move?”
by: Karen Quilty, 2019-20 Co-Janet Root Volunteer Service Award recipient and Alumni Parent
Each spring, the Shorecrest Community Association chooses a winner of the Janet Root Volunteer Service Award. The award is presented by past winners of this prestigious award to a volunteer who has made an impact on campus for many years. This year, the winner was presented with her award and a gift at a surprise gathering attended by many past winners along with Nancy Spencer, Head of School.
The incoming SCA Board for the 2021-2022 school year will be Co-Presidents: Christy Stross and Kirsten Fisher; Co-Vice Presidents: Nidhi Patel and Marianne Ross; Treasurer: Christina LeBlanc; Co-Secretaries: Natalie Spada and Mandy Rutledge and Co-Volunteer Coordinators: Lauren Carlan and Kristi Aussner
Each fall the Sunshine State Young Reader’s Award contest is part of the literary curriculum offered to students in Shorecrest third and fourth grades. This year 36 third and fourth grade students voluntarily participated in the Sunshine State Young Reader's Award voting contest and read 3 or more of the books on the list.