Announcements-Wednesday, October 21st

Thursday – Gold A Day


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.

From the Library:

Featured Book of the Week:

Funny, You Don’t Look Autistic is a memoir by Michael McCreary.  Michael recounts his childhood and early adulthood as a person on the Autism spectrum.  Michael is now a stand-up comedian, so you can expect to laugh while reading this book!  However,  you will also learn a lot about Autism and how it effects people on the spectrum and their families and friends.

State of Iowa Cyber-Security Poster Contest Opportunity

Themes: Poster art should illustrate the safe use of the Internet or computers\mobile devices.

Topics for grades K-8:

  • How should you treat others online?
  • What information is safe to put on social media and what should you keep private?
  • How should you handle unwanted attention or strangers online?
  • How can you select a strong password and keep it secure?
  • How can you handle cyberbullying?

Poster Requirements:

  • Layout:            Landscape,
  • Dimensions:    11” x 8.5”,
  • Format:           Hand drawn or electronically created,
  • Appearance:   Use bright colors. Text is large and dark enough to be easily read.

If you are interested in entering this contest, please turn in your submission to Mrs. McAlister by November 15th.  See Mrs. McAlister or e-mail her if you have any questions about the contest.

Sign up for 7/8 Grade Wrestling

Any 7th grader wishing to wrestle this year, should sign up at the link below this message.  It’s important to have an updated physical (see expiration dates on link), and to fill out all the information at the sign up link.  We are looking forward to an exciting season, and we welcome all 7th graders, new to the sport and experienced to join the team!  If any Summit students or parents have questions, they can reach out to Coach Tecklenburg (JHS head coach, but teaches at Summit) or head middle school coach Joe Huebbe.  Our email contacts are below, along with the sign up link.  The season is set to begin on Monday October 19th and be completed my mid December.  GO DRAGONS! Sign Up Link: 

Contacts: Joe Huebbe: Head Coach JMS:

Aaron Tecklenburg: Head Coach JHS:


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 Thursday, October 22 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.


Your Donation Can Make a BIG SPLASH!!!

Our fundraiser is now at around $8,200.

If we reach $10,000 the teachers get dunked!

Our kids have been hard at work voting for the teachers they want to dunk and helping us reach our goal by voting with coins.

Please take a few minutes and donate what you can.

Donate by Clicking HERE

If you’d prefer to write a check, we can do that! Please make any checks payable to Summit PTO. 

Sip & Shop!

Enjoy light snacks & beverages while you shop & support our school!

Purple Poppy Boutique 5800 Merle Hay Rd

10/21/20, 5 – 7:30pm

10% of proceeds will be donated to our school.

Please mention Summit PTO Fall Fundraiser.

(515) 276-2628