The Raven Report
The Weekly Newsletter of The STEM Academy @ Bartlett
October 17, 2021
Make Up Picture Day
Students may dress up professionally/semi professionally if they are getting photographed.
Students should go to the retake camera for the following reasons:
- Student was absent on the original picture day.
- Student bought a picture package on original picture day and is returning it for a new photo.
Please reach out to Ms. Khan at firstname.lastname@example.org, if you have any further questions.
The STEM Academy @ Bartlett COVID-19 Notification Form
If you have not been contacted DO NOT report to in person school. In addition to completing the form, feel free to contact the school.
*Due to COVID-19 we kindly request that these be new/unworn costumes. Thank you!
6th Grade Research Donations Needed:
Empty 20oz. soda bottles (approx.150 needed)
Small-Medium sized shoe boxes (approx. 60 needed)
If you are able to donate these items, please send them with your student. The items can be delivered to Mrs. Bradshaw or Mrs. Ranew in G-Wing.
Grief Counseling Resources (from the School Counseling Department)
Full Circle is currently offering 4 FREE individual counseling sessions for any type of bereavement loss (COVID, cancer, suicide etc.). Group grief counseling for children (ages 6 to 17), as well as adults, are offered on Tuesday evenings from 6-7 pm each week. All appointments are virtual at this time due to COVID. Hours are 8:30-5 p.m. You may call Full Circle at 912-303-9442 to register for bereavement counseling sessions and receive grief support.
Once the teacher resets the student password the student may be prompted to change it. The passwords that students set must be complex and follow these requirements:
-Cannot reuse the last 3 passwords or phrases in previous passwords
-Password must be changed each year
-Minimum length is 8 characters.
-Must have upper case, lower case, numbers, and symbols.
This same password will be for district email, google drive, itslearning and classlink. Thank you as we adjust to this new password management system.
Student Face Covering Requirements
Please review the guidance for student face covering requirements at: https://spwww.sccpss.com/schools/covid/Pages/Student-Face-Covering-Requirements-for-School-Year-2021-2022.aspx
Morning Drop Off and Afternoon Pickup
Morning drop off is 7:10 am-7:35 am.
6th grade students will be dropped off at the front of the school. (blue arrows) Double lanes will be used. During morning drop off, cars exiting the parking lot from the front of the school will only be able to turn right onto Montgomery Cross Road.
7th grade, 8th grade, and Carpools with two or more students (no matter the grade level) will be dropped off at the back of the school on the bus ramp. Parents will enter the bus ramp from Edgewater Road. (red arrows). Double lanes will be used. Cars in the right lane (yellow arrows) will only be able to turn right to exit campus from the front of the school. Cars in the left lane (red arrows) will exit the campus via Edgewater Road.
Afternoon pick up (dismissal) is 2:40 pm. Please arrive at the school at least 10 minutes prior to the dismissal time. There will be double lanes for pick up. Only 6th grade students will be picked up at the front of the school. (blue arrows). Cars exiting campus from the front of the school will only be allowed to turn left onto Montgomery Cross Road.
7th grade students, 8th grade students, and Carpools with two or more students (no matter the grade level) will be picked up at the back of the school on the bus ramp. Parents will enter the bus ramp from Edgewater Road. (red arrows). Double lanes will be used. Cars in the right lane (yellow arrows) will turn right to exit campus from the front of the school. Left turn only onto Montgomery Cross Road as you exit campus. Cars in the left lane (red arrows) will exit the campus via Edgewater Road. It is a right turn only onto Edgewater Road when exiting the campus.
As always, we remind our parents to drive with caution during Drop-Off and Pick-Up. Drivers, please pay close attention to where faculty and staff direct you to go.
We need your help with a few things:
-Please bring your patience
-Please watch out for students, staff, and other cars
-Please follow the direction of staff members working car rider duty
-Please do not switch lanes in the double car rider line unless directed by a staff member
-Please do not block the cross walk at the intersection
-Please follow the direction of the officer directing traffic
Keep your eyes up for students and watch your speed in all loading zones. Thank you!
Athletics Spirit Wear For Sale
Please support the athletics department and show your school pride by buying spirit wear. The link to the school store is here.
The sale will run to the 31st of October and everything will be shipped at the same time to help keep costs down. The store will be open again later in the semester.
TSA's mission is to enhance personal development, leadership, and career opportunities in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). Members will apply and integrate these concepts through intracurricular activities, competitions, and related programs.
If this sounds like something you would be interested in, please see Mrs. Dillon in J2 for more information. There is a cost for dues and competition fees ($40). We can work with you if assistance is needed. There is also an after school commitment. Our organization looks forward to connecting with you. You can also email Mrs. Dillon at email@example.com for more information.
Join the STEM FBLA chapter today!
It's a great place to build lasting friendships, learn business and entrepreneurial skills, explore careers, participate in competitions, go on fun field trips, and much much more!
Submit your application online today!
#GaFBLA #STEMFBLA #WeAreFBLAPBL #SuccessStartsHere
Be a Star and Join the STEM Academy PTSA Contest
Everyone can sign up and join PTSA, all the students, teachers, faculty, parents, grandparents, family, friends, and neighbors.
Spread the word to include students name when joining online.
Contest ends Wednesday Nov 10th
Friday Nov 12th – Announce the 6 Winning Teams’ Homeroom classes
The week of Nov 15th – Winners “Cupcake Treat”
Jenni's Treats @ Brain Break 10/21
Jenni Treats on the street will be at Stem for Brain Break on Thursday 10/21, selling Ice cream options $2, $3, $4 for dairy free or sugar free and cold drinks $2 water or soda, $3 Gatorade/Powerade drinks. All purchases support STEM PTSA.
Jenni's Treats @ Cross Country Meet 10/27
Jenni Treats on the street will be at the Cross Country Meet at Lake Mayer on Wednesday 10/27, selling Ice cream options $2, $3, $4 for dairy free or sugar free and cold drinks $2 water or soda, $3 Gatorade/Powerade drinks.
STEM ACADEMY AT BARTLETT PTSA ALTERNATIVE FUNDRAISER
This fundraiser is in lieu of sending students home with tasks such as door-to-door sales, collecting money, and delivering goods. Please help us avoid that by supporting our PTSA with your donation, and helping us achieve our goals to support our students and faculty.
Thank you in advance for your support!
__ $5 I do not want to bake, so here is money I would have spent on those cupcakes.
__$10 I do not want to hit up friends, family, and co-workers, so here is the money I would have hoped that they would have given my kid,
__$20 I do not want to walk, swim, or run in any activity with the word “thon” in it. Here is the money that I would have spent on my child’s participation shirt for that event.
__$75 I don’t want to attend any fancy dances or any event that requires for me to get out of my loungewear. Here is the money I would have spent on an outfit for an event.
__$100 I really would not have helped anyway. Here’s some cash to forget my name.
___$500 Here is my lifetime donation. Please name something after me.
PLEASE MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE TO:
THE STEM ACADEMY AT BARTLETT PTSA
207 E. MONTGOMERY CROSS ROAD, SAVANNAH, GA 31406,
ATTN: LEORA SMITH/FUNDRAISING COMMITTEE CHAIR/PTSA
- October 20th: Make Up Picture Day