Lower School News

List of 16 news stories.

  • Session 2 Clubs: Register Today!

    by: Terry Kessel, Director of Auxiliary Programs
    Session 2 clubs will run October 28 - December 13 with a makeup week December 16. Sign up is open at https://shorecrest.campbrainregistration.com/.
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  • Volunteer at Fall Festival, Oct 31

    by: SCA Board
    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.
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  • Lower School Announcements

    by: Dr. Lisa Bianco, Head of Lower School
    Announcements, updates and reminders for Lower School Families
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  • Fall Festival & Costume Parade Details

    by: Dr. Lisa Bianco, Head of Lower School
    We are looking forward to this year’s Fall Festival sponsored by the Shorecrest Community Association (SCA). On Thursday, October 31, the day begins with our annual costume parade. Fall Festival will follow on Haskell Field (the football field) from 10am - 12pm.
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  • Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month in LS and MS

    by: Emili Jaime-Allwood and Nayka Miller, Spanish Teachers
    Lower and Middle School students shared some special moments over the past few weeks in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month (El Mes de la herencia hispana, September 15 - October 15) in the United States.
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  • Homecoming 2019

    by: Raffi Darrow, Ebytes Editor
    Powderpuff cheerleading videos may be found here. Check Friday's Ebytes for photos/videos from the Pep Rally, Senior Night, Court Crowning and Preparty!
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  • How to get tickets for "The Wizard of Oz," Nov 1 & 2

    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.
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  • 2019-2020 Box Tops for Education Drive

    by: Kristi Aussner, Box Tops Coordinator
    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.
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  • SCA Uniform Sale, Nov 6

    by: Merilee Abinales
    A SCA uniform sale will be in the JRT lobby on fall conference day: November 6, 7:30am - 4:30pm. Used uniforms in good condition are currently being collected.
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  • Super Readers Unite at Book Fair

    by: Tonya Farkas and Bernice Murphy, Book Fair Co-Chairs
    Next month is our Follett Book Fair on campus. The theme this year is Superheroes! The Book Fair will then be open November 4-8, 8am-5pm in the SAC.
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  • Dads Night Out Schedule

    by: Matt Frey, Shorecrest Parent
    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.
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  • Fall Food Drive Going on Now

    by: Diego Duran-Medina, Director of Service Learning,
    The Shorecrest community has begun a fall Food Drive for The Kind Mouse, a local food pantry serving Pinellas County families in transition and their chronically hungry children. The drive runs until after Thanksgiving. Please donate only the items listed. 
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  • Holiday Greenery for Sale: Oct 1 - Nov 6

    by: SCA Greenery Committee
    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.
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  • How to Order a Yearbook

    by: Casey McDonough, Upper School Art Teacher
    The Shorecrest community and activities are featured annually in our yearbook, “Crestviews.” This student-made publication is free for seniors and $50 for others to purchase.
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  • Be More Connected

    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.
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  • First Grade Tours Gulfport, Learns about new Pier

    by: Christine Oman and Nicole Carson, First Grade Teachers
    What a wonderful trip first graders took to the charming, nearby community of Gulfport, Florida. The field experience enhanced their study of community.
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