by: Kurt Wahlgren, Global Scholars Initiative Director
On January 21, Global Scholars Initiative students Mila Salamone '22, Grace Salter '22, and Athena Smith '22 attended the Tampa Bay Area Committee on Foreign Relations dinner, featuring Dr. Burke-White.
Many talented Upper School Shorecrest students have received recognition for their artwork through this year's Scholastic Arts and Writing competition. Each piece represents many, many hours of thought and effort, and truly speaks to a commitment to honing their craft and giving their all. Please congratulate these wonderful artists for their creativity and hard work!
Join your fellow Chargers at an International Connection social over lunch on February 7 at noon. Fund us at The Getaway, located next to gorgeous water views at 13090 Gandy Blvd N, St. Pete. All Charger parents/guardians welcome. Bring your own mug or reusable water bottle.
You will receive an email from the Enrollment Management and Admissions Office with the link to re-enroll on January 27. You can also click the gold "Re-enrollment" tab at the top of the Shorecrest homepage anytime between January 27 and February 7. Prompt registration allows us to manage teacher contracts and class size, and it reserves a space for your child in classes with waiting lists. Please submit the 2020-2021 re-enrollment forms by the February 7 deadline.
You’re invited to a family-friendly, community-wide celebration of all things creative, inventive, imaginative and fun! St. Pete STEAMfest is an annual event geared toward children in preschool through middle school on Saturday, January 25, 10am – 2pm at Shorecrest Preparatory School.
Join the Shorecrest Community on Friday, January 31, for a Movie Under the Stars outside of Charger Commons - featuring "Toy Story 4." Entrance to the movie is free, food items sold are a Relay For Life fundraiser - all proceeds benefit American Cancer Society.
Interact is hosting a toiletry drive to collect travel-sized toiletries for the Ronald McDonald House. When new families arrive at RMH, they will be provided with these supplies. Please bring in any travel-size toiletry items (toothpaste, toothbrushes, shampoo, conditioner, soap, lotion, mouthwash, deodorant, etc.) by February 13.
Travel for Teens offers over 140 trips for teens who are rising eighth graders through graduating seniors. They are known for providing cultural experiences, language immersion, service trips, medical experiences, and much more. Their motto is “Be a Traveler, Not a Tourist.”
Shorecrest Upper School Performing Arts students present "The Crucible," a masterful and intense American drama by Arthur Miller on Saturday, February 8, at 6pm. A preview performance will be presented on Thursday, February 6, at 7pm, featuring a Second Cast. On Saturday, February 8, a community conversation entitled “Non-traditional Casting when Race is a Consideration to the Play’s Development” will be held in Shorecrest’s Janet Root Theatre from 3-5pm.