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Literacy Night - Wednesday, January 30th

Literacy Night correction & update: due to parent input, the timeframe for literacy night was changed to end earlier as noted below.

Mark your calendars for Wednesday, January 30th from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m.
Please encourage your children to dress up like a character from their favorite book.

For those of you who have never attended a Literacy Night with us before you should come check it out this year. We will have a Book Walk where the kids can win a free book, games for the whole family to play, writing activities, our famous "Grandma Gertie" reading to the kids, word hunts, photo booth, and more! There will also be pizza to buy, so you can feed your family and then have a fun time together. You can get an extra-large piece of pizza and water bottle for only $2. We will also have some fun characters to meet and an author coming to speak!

We do still need help before, during and after Literacy Night. Helping with Literacy Night is a great way to earn Free Dress Day. We are continuing to work toward a free dress day with volunteer hours.

Please see the below sign up genius for Literacy night volunteers.

We will also need to have a count of families that will be joining us for pizza. Please sign up on the link below:
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Writing Contest

Attached is the flyer announcing our writing contest. We like to share it before winter recess in case students want to use their creativity and get a head start. Entries are due midway through January and awards are presented at our Literacy Night January 30th.
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Halloween at Summit Academy Independence

• Everyone is welcome to dress-up with the following guidelines:
o No masks
o No pretend weapons
o No excessive make-up (don’t wear too much)
o Modest attire (dress code standards apply)

• We celebrate with class activities but do not have a Halloween parade (except Kindergarten going through other classes sometimes).

• The general guideline is we are still learning, so wear costumes that are comfortable and will not distract others or be difficult to maneuver through a regular school day’s activities. We also need to easily identify the student.

We wish you all a safe and HAPPY HALLOWEEN!
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Red Ribbon Week!

Red Ribbon Week is Oct. 22-26! The students will be able to dress a fun way each day of the week to remember to be and stay drug free.

Monday 22nd: “Sock It To Drugs” - Crazy Socks
Tuesday 23rd: “Turn your Back on Drugs” - Backwards Day (wear your shirt backwards)
Wednesday 24th: “Be Drug Free” - Free Dress Day (Also picture re-take day)
Thursday 25th: “Red Ribbon Week” - Wear Red
Friday 26th: “Put a Cap on Drugs” - Wear a Hat

Monday will be an assembly for K-5 and Friday for 6-8.
The students will be signing a class pledge saying that they “Pledge to Be Drug Free”.
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