News from The Experiential School of Tampa Bay

List of 12 news stories.

  • STEAMakers Open House for Toddlers-Fourth Grade, Oct 20

    by: Rachel Barrett, Director of Marketing and Communications
    The Shorecrest Experiential and Lower Schools invite you to join us for STEAMakers Open House, Saturday, October 20 from 10am-1pm on the Shorecrest campus. This free event is open to families (current Chargers and prospective families) with toddlers through fourth graders.
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  • Dad Nights Out

    by: Matt Frey, Shorecrest Parent
    Shorecrest dads are invited to meet other dads at fun, monthly nights out.  All events will be at 7:30p unless otherwise stated.
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  • Fall Festival Information and Map

    by: Dr. Lisa Bianco, Head of Experiential and Lower Schools
    Fall Festival will be held on Friday, October 26, from 10am-noon on Haskell Field. Fall Festival registration is currently open to all Experiential and Lower School students. Please complete registration no later than Friday, October 12.

    Volunteers are needed for early morning set-up, monitoring inflatables, concessions, arts & crafts and clean-up. To sign up for a volunteer shift, visit http://signup.com/go/DkGnUbF or email April Cabral at bennettapril@hotmail.com. If you have any questions regarding Fall Festival, please email fallfestival@shorecrest.org.
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  • Experiential School Announcements

    by: Dr. Sherri Danyali, Director of The Experiential School of Tampa Bay
    Important announcements, updates and reminders for Experiential School Families
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  • The Global Cardboard Challenge

    by: Abbie Hahn, Junior Kindergarten Teacher
    Junior Kindergarten and second grade teamed up to complete the Global Cardboard Challenge. It was a great joy to see all the children participating, but most importantly to watch the second graders teaching the Junior Kindergarteners how to utilize materials (e.g., tape, scissors, etc.). At the end of their building session, each group admired their masterpiece and some even encouraged other students to play their cardboard game. Overall, the Global Cardboard Challenge was a huge success and a favorite of many!
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  • EGG-cellent Education in Alpha

    by: Nicole Carson, Alpha Teacher
    Mrs. Carson’s Alpha Class had an EGG-cellent time last Thursday when former Shorecrest teacher Robin Clemmons, representing the Foundation For Sustainable Families, visited with chickens! Mrs. Clemmons was a guest expert for the Egg Project the alpha class is working on. She not only brought her star chickens - Henrietta, Snow White, and Farrah - but she brought farm fresh eggs of theirs that were several different colors for the children to look at, touch, learn and talk about. 
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  • Design Thinking in the Lower School: SCA Session

    by: Dominique Craft, Dean of Curriculum and Instruction for the Experiential and Lower Schools
    Are you curious about what Design Thinking is and how it relates to curriculum at Shorecrest? SCA sponsored a parent session about Design Thinking on Tuesday, October 16. A video of the presentation is forthcoming.
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  • The International Connection

    by: Lisa Hahn, Committee Chair
    If you have an interest in international culture, please join us for an informal meeting after drop-off around 8:15am on Tuesday, November 6 at the Hahn’s home: 115 Cordova Blvd NE, to discuss how we can tap into the wealth of international knowledge that already exists within the Shorecrest community.
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  • Beautiful Holiday Greenery on Sale Now

    by: SCA Board
    Gorgeous greenery makes a great gift for yourself, friends, relatives and clients! Holiday greenery will be available for sale Oct 1 - Oct 31 for an early December arrival.
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  • Join the Parent/Guardian SEED Group

    by: Roderick Avery Fludd, Director of Diversity & Inclusion
    SEED, The Seeking Educational Equity and Diversity Project on Inclusive Curriculum, is the nation's largest peer-led leadership organization through which participants develop ways of understanding complex relations between self and systems with regard to race, class, gender, sexual orientation, physical ability/disability, and other lived cultural experiences. We invite you to see what this is all about in an introductory, welcome session.
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  • Shorecrest Homecoming 2018

    by: Raffi Darrow, Ebytes Editor
    Beginning Monday, October 1, the Shorecrest community has been celebrating Homecoming Week. The activities, friendly competition, and school spirit is full of much-anticipated traditions in Upper School. The full Alpha through 12th Grade school community gathered for a pep rally on Friday, October 5 in the Crisp Gym. The week culminates with the Homecoming football game on Friday evening, October 5.
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  • Help Prep the Library for the big Move!

    by: Mrs. Smay, Lower School Media Specialist
    In preparation for moving the library into the new building, Mrs. Smay can use some help organizing and weeding the book collection. Duties include pulling books from shelves, checking out books, boxing books, and lifting small boxes of books. No prior library experience needed!
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