Summit School Newsletter
INNOVATIVE TEACHING. EXPERT EDUCATORS. THRIVING STUDENTS.
November 12, 2021
From the Head of School...
Dear Summit Community,
I want to reach out to thank all who made the Staff Appreciation Soup and Salad Lunch possible this week. The staff of Summit School is truly remarkable, and it is wonderful to see the outpouring of kindness they receive from the Summit Community. Thank you for all you do.
Dr. Stephanie Nardi
Head of School
Inviting 4th and 5th Grade Parents...
Recycle Me to the Art Room!
Clean metal parts: bicycle parts, tools
Nuts, bolts, screws
Small pieces of plywood – no bigger than 2 feet square
Wood, tile, paint and wallpaper samples
Trim, buttons, yarn, spools of thread
Old board games, cards
Unique plastic containers
Color plastic bottle caps
Wine bottle corks
Old, broken crayons>to melt!
Paper towel rolls, any cardboard tubes
Small boxes: not more than 12” square
Coffee cans: metal or plastic
The Dinosaur is No Match for Sabrecat Cross County
CAA Cross Country State Championship
The boys team was led by their captain Mason Cavallo who placed 15th overall and earned a medal. The girls and boys middle school teams both placed 2nd amongst the Division 1 teams however placed 4th and 6th respectfully amongst their combined D1/2 State race. Tyler Thomas, Christopher Warbington, Ryan Van Kirk and Bradley Lane all scored for the boys team! Outstanding performances were also seen by Colby Cavallo, Steele Stevenson, Carson Haapala, Zane Kuhn and Andre Zelich.
We are so proud of all of our runners for their effort and perseverance! Congratulations on a fantastic season!!
A Mask and a Spare
Masking at Summit School
Summit Apparel Store
Gear up with back to school apparel! Check out the Summit apparel store for customizable shirts, pants, and accessories with your favorite Summit logos!
Our families are Summit’s best advocates and we appreciate when you share your Summit story with family and friends. We ask for your help in continuing to spread the word about Summit School!
In addition to helping create a thriving community of learners, Summit School has temporarily increased the Referral Credit from $500 to $1,000 as a credit toward your tuition liability for each newly enrolled student of a new family. This temporary increased referral credit amount is for new students (not applicable for siblings of current students or for returning students) that enroll between April 12, 2021 and March 11, 2022. Each credit is applied to your FACTS tuition account after the new family makes two tuition payments for the new student(s). During these stated dates there are no limits to the number of referral credits you may earn by supporting our school! Please contact Summit Admissions or Business Office if you have any questions regarding the family referral program.
Note: Referral credits of $600 or more require the completing of a W-9 form claiming the income. Referral credits are not applicable for voting members of the Board of Trustees.