Middle School News

List of 8 news stories.

  • Summer Reading and Supplies

    by: Raffi Darrow, Ebytes Editor
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  • Preparing for Summer & Start of School Communications

    by: Rachel Barrett, Director of Marketing and Communications
    With May upon us, we are racing to the finish of another fantastic school year! Before we go in full celebration mode for our Class of 2018, we want to share a few communication milestones to help you plan your summer and back-to-school deadlines.
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  • SCA Selling School Supplies

    by: SCA Board
    SCA knows you're busy! We'll get your back-to-school supply shopping done for you. Sign up online before summer to clear it off your list and get the best prices. Prices will go up as the summer progresses. School supplies purchased through SCA will be ready and waiting in your child's classroom right before school starts next year, saving you time and money.
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  • Summer Camps for all ages!

    by: Raffi Darrow, Ebytes Editor
    Registration for summer camp is open online. Three new JK camps just added! In addition to new themes and activities in the summer day camp, there are more adventures for all ages, and camps for foreign language, STEAM, coding, dolls, chefs, animal lovers - even some for parents!
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  • Middle School Awards Assembly

    by: Jonathan Davis, Head of Middle School
    At the Middle School Awards Assembly, awards were given in a variety of categories including: Academics, Arts, Film and Animation, Reading, Battle of the Books, Thespians, LEGO Robotics, World Languages, Science Fair, History Fair, Geography Bee, and Duke TIP SAT/ACT scores. Special awards were also given highlighting exceptional student characters, such as the Harold Bruggeman Award and Citizen of the Year Awards.
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  • Eighth Grade Passion Project Showcase

    by: Kathryn Jeakle, Eighth Grade Science Teacher
    Each year, eighth graders are challenged to find something they are passionate about, a talent they want to develop more, or something to take on as an independent project. These are known as their Passion Projects. At the end of the year, they are revealed on campus in a project showcase.
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  • The Hobbit, a student-made film

    by: Amy Cobb, Sixth Grade English Teacher
    As a culminating project of the Hero’s Journey unit and the reading of "The Hobbit" in English class, sixth graders re-told the story of Bilbo Baggins' adventures in stop-motion animation format using LEGOs and other found objects.
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  • Ecosystem Restoration Progress

    by: Kathryn Jeakle, Eighth Grade Marine Science Teacher
    The environmental work and beautification the eighth graders accomplished this year around campus was made possible by a mini-grant from the Tampa Bay Estuary Program. 
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