Announcements-Thursday, October 29th-A Day

Thursday –B DAY

Winter Warmth Drive

October 26  – November 13

Summit Middle School is collecting donations of new or gently used  winter coats, hats,  gloves, boots, scarves, and snow pants that will be donated to the Johnston Partnership.

Donations can be dropped off in the box located at the entry to each community OR in the front office.

Share the Warmth!

The Johnston Partnership is a Non-Profit 501(c)(3) Organization that has been serving the community almost 20 years and is led by an all-volunteer board.

Sponsored by Summit Student Leaders


There will be a Student Leader meeting on Friday, October 30th at 7:00 AM in the Summit Library.


Mrs. Heston and Mrs. Brock are starting the Summit Culture Club, previously known as School Climate Committee. This is a group designed to promote positivity and help ensure our school is a culturally sensitive and accepting place for everyone. If this sounds like something you would like to be a part of, we encourage you to apply. Applications can be found at:

Applications are due on October 31st. If you are currently a member of the Student Leaders, please do not apply for the Summit Culture Club as the two groups work closely together. Please see Mrs. Heston or Mrs. Brock with any questions.


Need a book but your class isn’t scheduled to come to the library for a bit?  Place a hold through Destiny, and it will be delivered to your basecamp!  We just added about 100 books to the collection, so check out all the new books!

Featured Book of the Week:

From the Desk of Zoe Washington is about a middle school girl, Zoe, who receives a letter from her father whom she has never met.  Her dad is in prison for a crime that occurred right before she was born.  Zoe decides to write him back and through their letters, she learns that her dad claims to be innocent and had an alibi for the crime that his lawyer never pursued.  Is he really innocent?  Can Zoe prove it?  Read this page-turner to find out!


Do you enjoy math? 

Do you like solving problems? 

Do you like being part of a team? 

If so, you are invited to join MATH COUNTS

Math Counts is an opportunity to challenge yourself in Math problem solving and to compete against other schools in 6-8th grade across the state. Our next meeting will be November 2 at 3:00 pm in Mr. Skinner’s room.

Any day that we meet, students can either be dropped off (all students must wear masks throughout), stay after school if it’s your in-person day or join through a Zoom link:  Contact Mr. Skinner at or Ms. Lewis at for more information.