SMS Announcements-Tuesday, April 12th-B Day
EARLY DISMISSAL TOMORROW AT 1:50 PM
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FROM THE LIGHTHOUSE TEAM
We are collecting the following items for the Animal Rescue League (A.R.L). There are boxes in the halls outside your community. If you would rather donate cash, the office will collect that. The community with the most donations gets a prize. The donation dates are April 1 through April 14. Thank you for your help!
- Animal toys
- Cat food
- Dog food
- Poop bags
- Trash bags
- Water bottles
Summit Garden Club is seeking gently used garden tools and supplies.
Last gardening season, the Summit Garden Club was able to donate over 600 pounds of fresh produce to the Johnston Partnership. Students are seeking to beat that amount this year, but we need your help! We are seeking donations of gently used gardening tools and supplies.
Items might include garden rakes, weeders, shovels, trowels, spades, pitchforks, cultivators, etc. If your home is looking to replace your used tools and/or you are looking to make space in your storage, we would gladly take any unused/unwanted garden supplies off your hands. Please contact Allison Barlow at email@example.com if you have any questions. Donations can be brought to the front office.
Garden Club will meet Thursday after school.
CODING CLUB – APRIL SCHEDULE
Meeting on April 8 and 29 from 2:50 – 4:00 in lab 124 behind the library. No club April 15 and 22. Students are responsible for their own ride home.
WORLD CULTURE CLUB
World Culture Club meets on Thursdays from 2:50 – 3:30 in room 200. Students are responsible for their own ride home.
SUMMIT GSA MEETING
GSA meets on the second and fourth Thursdays of the month. Next meeting will be April 14 from 3 – 3:30 in room 226. Please contact Mrs. Brock or Mrs. Heston with any questions.
Our next step is to identify how to make our systems better and how to run faster, order parts or supplies, and make them run like butter without spending $1,000,000. Stop by and see me on Friday or Monday if you have some ideas before we meet Tuesday next week.
FROM THE LIBRARY
Iowa Book Awards Announced
The winners this year state-wide were: Small Spaces (Iowa Children’s Choice) and You Owe me a Murder (Iowa Teen). Our Summit winners were: Words of Fire (Iowa Children’s Choice) and You Owe me a Murder(Iowa Teen).
April Showers Bring May Flowers Contest – Submit your guess for how many umbrellas are in the jar by Friday!
National School Library Month – Tell us why you like the Summit Library for a chance to win a prize!
Featured Book of the Week
I loved this book! Red, White, and Whole is about an Indian-American girl whose entire life changes with her mother’s leukemia diagnosis. This book is written in verse and is a fast read!