Announcements-Wednesday, January 15th-A Day

  • MATH COUNTS : Any Math Counts student that still needs to take the qualifying round must do so Tuesday or Wednesday after school in order to be considered for competition.  Please talk to Mr. Skinner or Ms. Lewis immediately if you haven’t already made arrangements. The team will be decided Wednesday after school.  Thank you.
  • SUMMIT POOL SWIMMING: Monday, January 20th, is a NO SCHOOL day.  The Summit pool will be open from 1:00-3:00pm for open and lap swim.  The cost is $3.00 per swimmer.
  • SUMMIT THEATER PRODUCTION: Play Rehearsal today

Act I scenes 1, 5 and 6 – No townspeople Sign up for text reminders about rehearsals, etc. at Parents can add your under-13-yr-old child.

  • STUDENT LEADER DRIVE: Student leaders are collecting items for the Blank Children’s Hospital until the end of the week. Donation boxes are in your community. You can donate the following items:
  • Colored pencils
  • Stickers
  • Glue
  • Paint brushes
  • Play dough
  • Coloring books
  • Playing cards
  • SUMMIT SCHOOL CLIMATE COMMITTEE : The Summit School Climate Committee’s next project will be a school-wide tissue and disinfectant wipe drive! With the flu season in full swing, we thought it would be a great opportunity to help provide these items at this critical time. The drive will start on Thursday, January 9th and run until Friday, January 24th. Please bring items to your community bin which will be located near the entrance of each community. Please see a School Climate Committee member with questions.
  • MILITARY CARE PACKAGES : We are organizing care packages for military members at Camp Dodge as part of our ELP project to affect change for the greater good in our community.  We are collecting the following food items in boxes in the Lobby Vestibule in front of the office until Friday January 17, 2020.
  • hard candy
  • gummy candy
  • suckers
  • water flavoring packets (kool aid, coffee, hot chocolate, and lemonade)
  • beef jerky
  • Slim Jim’s
  • protein or snack bars
  • labeled homemade treats
  • microwave popcorn
  • gum

Military personnel also appreciate these additional items:

  • decks of cards
  • card games
  • good quality socks
  • chapstick
  • pens
  • notebooks
  • board games
  • movies
  • puzzle books
  • word cross books. 

These packages will be organized and sent out this winter through the USO at Camp Dodge.  By just getting one extra item when you’re Christmas shopping, Iowa’s military can have their own treats! You can turn in these items at boxes in the lobby vestibule in front of the school office.

  • B Day tomorrow