Middle School News

List of 12 news stories.

  • Middle School Announcements

    by: Jonathan Davis, Head of Middle School
    Announcements from and updates to Jonathan Davis's weekly email.
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  • Middle School Variety Show, Feb. 23

    by: Raffi Darrow, Ebytes Editor
    Let Middle School entertain you in our 11th Annual Middle School Variety Show! This is a great chance to peek at the acts of Jr. Thespian Troupe 88197. Join us Friday night, Feb 23 in the Janet Root Theatre at 7pm.
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  • Construction Coming Soon [video]

    by: Michael Gillis, Director of Advancement
    Construction will commence on May 28 to raze the outdated buildings on our lower campus, raise the ground by four feet, and build a 60,000 square foot facility that will house the Experiential School, Lower School special subjects, all-school libraries and innovation labs, a new state-of-the-art Dining Hall, and more. The project will also create more than an acre of greenspace, including interesting play areas, and allow for students of all ages to convene together and connect across our PK-12 campus.
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  • Fifth Graders Help Haiti, You Can Too!

    by: Tedra Tatelbaum, Fifth Grade English Teacher
    Haiti is the poorest nation in the Western Hemisphere and one of our North American neighbors in dire need. After suffering through a devastating earthquake in 2010, and most recently Hurricanes Matthew and Irma, Shorecrest has once again asked to collaborate with Youth Partners With Haiti to help the Haitians. We ask that you do NOT purchase items, rather search your homes, closets and garages WITH your child(ren) and donate gently used items (except for the Personal Hygiene items). Have discussions with your child(ren) about the importance of helping others and becoming better global citizens.
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  • MS Robotics Wins best Project [video]

    by: Raffi Darrow, Ebytes Editor
    The Middle School Robotics team, INFOBOTS, returned victorious from their First LEGO League Tournament with the prize for Best Project. First LEGO League introduces students aged 9-16 to the fun and excitement of science and technology. In addition to building and programming working robots for challenges, students were tasked with solving a real-world problem regarding hydrodynamics and presenting their project to judges.
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  • Shorecrest Sideline Store Open for Business!

    by: Rachel Barrett, Director of Marketing and Communications
    The Booster Club and Charger Athletic Program have partnered with BSN Sports to offer the Shorecrest Sideline Store! This online store offers officially branded Shorecrest Charger apparel for athletes, students, parents, and all Charger fans. In the store, you’ll find brands you know and designs you’ll love. You can customize your gear with names, numbers, or relationships like Mom and Dad. There’s no minimum order, quick shipping directly to your preferred address and best of all, the proceeds help us support essential programs at Shorecrest.
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  • Nominate for Janet Root Volunteer of the Year Award

    by: Lindsey Lamb, SCA President
    Many wonderful people give their time, energy, and effort to Shorecrest each year! If you know of someone whose contributions have been outstanding, please nominate that person for the 2018 Janet Root Volunteer of the Year Award. Nomination forms are due by April 9.
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  • Upcoming Relay For Life Events

    by: Relay Leadership Team
    Coming up:
    • Relay Week at Beach Snoballs, 2/25 - 3/3
    • Relay Night at Chipotle 3/13
    • Relay Car Wash 3/31
    • Relay For Life 4/6
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  • Now Collecting Used Books

    by: SCA Board
    Time to clean out those bookshelves! Please consider donating any used childrens' books you have to SCA's Oldie Goldie Book sale. You can send books in with your child or drop them off at the drop bins located in your child’s classroom areas and front office.
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  • Save the date for The Little Event, April 28

    by: Caroline Leies & Alicia Warburton
    Every-other-year SCA hosts a formal fundraiser for Shorecrest called The Big Event. Because this is an off-year, we're taking things down a notch with a Little Event.

    Plan to join your fellow parents at the St. Petersburg Shuffleboard Club on April 28th. More details to come!

    To be part of the planning team, contact Alicia Warburton at alicia@hollandandrightmyer.com.
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  • St. Pete student's project removes invasive species from school [video]

    by: Walter Allen, FOX 13 News
    Walker Willis '19 was tasked with a science project when he was in eighth grade, and ended up removing Australian Pines. His Middle School project turned into an Eagle Scout project. Then, into something that his fellow classmates and future students at Shorecrest Preparatory School.
    "It generated the best memories and made me appreciate what I have," Willis said. "It gave me experiences that I could never wish for."
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  • Save the Date: 23rd Annual Golf Tournament - 4/14

    by: Debe Shenkman, Advancement Coordinator
    Mark your calendars for Shorecrest's 23rd Annual Golf Tournament! Please join us on April 14, 2018 at Feather Sound Country Club. Check-in opens at 11:30am, shotgun start at 1pm, followed by dinner and awards at 5pm.
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