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Dates to Know

Monday, May 22 @ 6:30–Spring Sports Banquet (DeRenne campus)

 

Tuesday May 23rd Half – Day “Regular uniform day” 8:30-12:00

Students will participate in morning activities with their respective grade-level teachers.

Wednesday May 24th “Non-uniform day” 8:30-12:00

Shuttle buses will not run to DeRenne in the morning.  If your child is a shuttle rider, supervision will be provided by middle school staff beginning at 7:50 at the Chatham Parkway cafeteria.

Middle school students who are dropped off at the DeRenne campus will be welcomed as usual. Buses will transport students to Chatham Parkway – arriving by 9am.

Students will take a “walking tour” of the Chatham Parkway campus and facilities. Students will get acquainted with their “new” campus while stopping temporarily for a brief snack at the picnic area.

Students who normally ride the afternoon shuttle can be picked up at 11:30 at Eckburg. Students returning to the DeRenne campus will be dismissed at 12pm for parent pick up.

 Thursday May 25th “Non-uniform day” 8:30-12:00

Students will gather in the middle school gym for an entertaining movie and social time with snacks being sold during the movie. The day will conclude with a special ceremony to welcome the DeRenne campus’s new church family and to signal the end of our journey here as we head to Chatham Parkway.

Math Masters

2017 Math Review Sessions

 Wish you had a way to give your student a head start in math for the new school year? 

Ø Review material forgotten over the summer

Ø Build confidence going into the new year

Ø 15 different courses of math review

Ø Fun environment including games, activities, and competitions

Ø Taught by SCPS’s Jackie Wetmore, with 25 yrs. experience teaching 3rd-12th math

Ages: students entering 4th through 12th grades

Dates: July 24th – 28th

Registration: Register online at mathmastersreview.wikispaces.com. More information is attached. Space is limited; classes will be filled in the order that registration forms are received. Each review will be offered only once, so register immediately for best selection. Classes are open to SCPS and non-SCPS students alike.

Location: SCPS Upper School, 1599 Chatham Parkway, Main Bldg., Room 18

 Questions? Please contact Jackie Wetmore at jwetmore@savcps.com.

PTF

https://www.facebook.com/groups/161786887210499/

As the school year is closing out we are looking to the new year and establishing our PTF volunteer base. There are several committee positions available for the 2017-18 school year; Middle School Liaison, Middle School Volunteer Coordinator, Middle School Events Coordinator and Middle School Staff Appreciation Coordinator. We are also looking to expand our volunteer base so if you are interested in helping out but not wanting to be a coordinator we would love to have your contact information. Please email Amy Pearce at jandapearce@gmail.com if you are interested in volunteering for the 2017-18 school year.

Thank you!

Amy Pearce

Snapshots & Happenings

Broadcasting students in Ms. Lee’s class ended the semester with a field trip to WTOC. Libby Wilson, Michael Reyes, Tyler Batey, Lauren Snyder, and Caitlyn Skalla are shown above.

 

Girl Scout News

Four of our own – SCPS Troop 30027 were present to receive the Girl Scout Bronze Award on Sunday, May 7th at the Girl Scout High Awards Ceremony at the Elks Lodge in Savannah. Many other Girl Scouts and Troops from the surrounding area also were present to receive their High Awards.

The Bronze Award is the Highest Award a Junior Level Girl Scout can earn for a community service project. Troop 30027 implemented a crayon and marker recycling program for the SCPS Lower School and some of the Daycare classrooms.

 

 

From Left to Right: Kate Sibunka  Troop 30027 Leader), Tessa Douglass, Anna Shinn, Nora Tin and Sydnee Ulmer.

Since the crayon and marker recycling program has been implemented, Tessa, Nora and Sydnee have since “Bridged” to the Girl Scout Cadette Level. Ann will Bridge to the Cadette Level at the end of this school year. All four girls this Fall will be brainstorming on their Silver Award – the Highest Award a Cadette Level Girl Scout can earn. 

 

8th graders leave a surprise in Mr. Crosby’s office.