Tuesday, June 3 - Fifth Grade Parade, 9 a.m. Wednesday, June 4 - Fifth Grade Celebration, 8 a.m. Wednesday, June 4 - Fifth Grade Dance, 1:30 p.m. Thursday, June 5 - Fifth Grade Science Blow-out, 9 a.m.
Thursday, June 5- Last day of school
Thursday, June 5 - Rita’s Ice after school
Thursday, Aug. 21- Meet the Teacher Night -
Pre-K & Kinder: 3:30-6 p.m.; Grades 1-5: 4-6 p.m. Don't forget to bring your school supplies. Here's the list for 2014-2015:Click here for PPCD, Pre-K, Kinder, 1st and 2nd grades. Click here for grades 3-5.
School Supply list The school supply list for 2014-2015 is out. Click here for PPCD, Pre-K, Kinder, 1st and 2nd grades. Click here for grades 3-5.
Field Day information Summitt Field Day is still scheduled for May 28 for K-2 from 8-11:30a.m. Grades 3-5 will be on May 29 from 8 a.m.-noon. We still need juice box and sidewalk chalk donations.
Snack sale after Field Day Summitt Field Day is Wednesday, May 28 and Thursday, May 29. After a morning of fun field day games, the grade levels will enjoy 45 minutes of outside playtime or movie time in the gym. Snacks will be available for purchase in the afternoon during this free time. (Food will NOT be allowed in the gym. Students will eat snacks outside in the garden area). Please bring exact change. Proceeds benefit Summitt PTA.
Rita’s Ice will be available for $3 per cup. These snacks are available for purchase for 50 cents each: Capri Sun juice boxes, Fruit Snacks, Goldfish Crackers, Chips, Chewy Chocolate Chip Granola Bars, Peanut Butter Crackers, Cheese Crackers.
Chuck E Cheese Night Summitt Family Night is Wednesday, May 28, from 3PM-9PM. Join other Summitt families for some fun games and dinner. Make sure to make all purchases at the cashier and tell the cashier you are with Summitt. Part of your purchase will be donated to Summitt.
Rita’s Rita's Italian Ice will be available 12:15-2:30PM on Field Day days and Friday after school. Cool off with some refreshing ice for only $3/cup.
Dessert donations Summitt PTA is having a Teacher Appreciation Luncheon on Friday,May 30. Kristen Bradley, a Summitt parent and owner of Mama Loves Catering, has generously offered to provide lunch at cost for the staff. We are still in need of desserts. If you are able to bring a dessert (bought or homemade) for the luncheon please contact Ginger Garana at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Incoming Kinder playdate With the start of a new year, it’s always easier to go to school with new friends. Incoming Kindergarten families are invited to a Kinder playdate on Saturday, May 31at Balcones Park (12017 Amherst Dr.) from 1-3 p.m. Let’s spend an afternoon playing and getting to know each other. Refreshments will be served. Please RSVP to Angie Doucet at email@example.com or Meredith Sansoucy at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 512-590-9773.
Message from Mrs. Comsudi Thank you to all of the awesome Summitt families that came out to our Family Fiesta Night. Mrs. Richey, thanks for coming up with idea to team up with Book Fair! We had a great turnout and it was a beautiful evening to spend with our families. I know my little boy had a blast and it was so great to see past, present, and future Summitt students!
I would also like to say a huge thank you to Concentra Healthcare, Dr. Sheneaka Jackson, My Fit Foods, YES! Fitness and Youth Sports, Anderson High School wrestling team and my husband for running the lacrosse demo! And thanks to Tina Ross for leading our Zumba class! A big thanks also goes out to the 5th grade wellness kiddos and HEB at North Mopac and Parmer for donating the door prizes for students and staff members!
5th grade news There will be a lot of events for 5th graders next week. Click here for information on the 5th grade celebration, dance and science blow-out.
- Matador Days at Murchison for incoming 6th graders is Thursday, August 21 at 8:30-10am and 5:30-7pm.
- Fifth grade parents: Want to get in on the ground floor at Murchison Middle School? Consider volunteering! It’s a great way to get to know other students, teachers, and just get a feel for our awesome middle school.
Might we suggest the Murchison Library? Library volunteers offer much needed assistance to the librarian during the busy lunch hour as well as after school. Work one day a week, every other week, or share a shift with a friend and come in once a month. Options available! We could also use your help with book fair in the spring. And let’s be honest here – what’s better than kids and books?? For more information contact Nancy Barton at email@example.com
Murchison Middle School news Mark your calendars for Matador Days, the school’s registration event, where students get their schedules, textbooks, etc.
August 19 (Tuesday) 8th grade August 20 (Wednesday) 7th grade August 21 (Thursday) 6th grade Open 8:30-10am and 5:30-7pm each day.
AISD AND COMMUNITY NEWS
Adelphi Community Gardens Work Day The corner of Adelphi and Amherst, across from the Texan Market, is the location of the new community garden. There will be a big workday at the garden coming up on Saturday, June 14from 8 to 11 a.m. The link to the volunteer and items to bring sign up is: http://vols.pt/RkzMBE
We’re going to be mulching the common area, removing invasive plant material, working on our compost area and putting up our owl house! Everyone should wear appropriate work clothes with closed toed shoes and sunblock. Please bring a water bottle, bug spray, gloves and a hat with you.
We appreciate any length of time that you can volunteer, but we must keep track of our volunteer hours so please be sure to sign in and sign out at our volunteer check in station before starting to work and then again when you leave. Parking is limited so either walk to the garden or park across the street in the Texan Market's lot.
GENaustin Camp Want your girls to avoid the summer brain drain? Register her for one (or more!) of GENaustin's Summer Camps! At our camps, your girls will learn how to manage stress, build healthy friendships, and make a smooth transition into middle school. Check out our summer offerings!
All GENaustin Camps are for girls entering 4th-7th grade; camps cost $150 each WHERE: Mitte Carriage House 1008 West Ave., Austin, TX 78701 WHEN: 9:00am-3:00pm each day
Calm, Cool & CreativeJune 24 - 26 Girls will learn new ways to manage stress and anxiety, and discover the importance of self-expression. This camp includes yoga, art creation, games and healthy cooking. Also, it's tons of fun!
GENfriendsJuly 15 - 17 Girls will explore healthy friendships by defining what it means to be a good friend. This camp includes jewelry-making, games, creative culinary fun and technology-based activities!
Road Map to Middle SchoolAugust 13 - 15 This camp will inspire girls to be their best selves and prepares them for middle school! This camp includes a panel of middle school experts, games, creative culinary fun, peer learning, technology-based activities and art making!
PTA Convention The National PTA is holding its Convention this summer in Austin on June 19-22! If you are interested in attending any or all of the events, or even volunteering at the event, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Anderson Robotics Camp We are offering two sessions this year for ages 10-17 (incoming 5th graders through seniors), July 21-24 from 8:30 am – 4:30 pm and July 28-31 from 8:30 am – 4:30 pm.