Support The Summit!

Support The Summit

Check out these great opportunities to support The Summit:

 

Summit Face Masks: $15/mask

Click here to order face masks. Quantities are limited and sizes vary. All proceeds support SPO and their activities for the year.

Summit Umbrellas: $30/umbrella

Click here to order Summit umbrellas. Show off your Summit pride with our brand new umbrellas! Quantities are limited so be sure to order yours today! 

Fall Mums: $12/mum

Click here to purchase mum vouchers from Wheeler Gardens. Friday, October 2nd is your last day to purchase a mum voucher and support SPO! Each $12 voucher is good for one (1) 2-gallon jumbo hardy mum from Wheeler Gardens.

Scrip

Scrip is a great way for families to earn rebates that go towards their Summit Growth Fund! The first Thankscriping Day is coming up on Thursday, September 17th. Families can earn up to 20% with 85+ bonuses on eGift cards and money added to reloadable gift cards on this day. Questions? Email Summit Scrip Coordinator & Parent, Phil Isley at scrip@thesummitprep.org.

Pre-Order the 2020-2021 Yearbook

Click here to pre-order the 20/21 Yearbook. Designed by The Summit High School, don’t miss out on this year’s memories. Pre-order your copy before September 30th to save 10%. 

AmazonSmile

AmazonSmile is a website operated by Amazon with the same products, prices, and shopping features as Amazon.com. The difference is that when you shop on AmazonSmile, the AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the purchase price of eligible products to the charitable organization of your choice, The Summit Prep. You must go through smile.amazon.com (not amazon.com) to log into your Amazon account for the benefits to be applied.

First Days & Race to 100

The first two days of school have gone by swimmingly! We are getting used to wearing our masks and learning with physical distance. Though lunch looks different, we still enjoy having a distanced social time.

This morning, we learned a new game called “Race to 100.” To play, we took turns saying a number and counting up to 100. If we say the same number that someone else says, or we say the wrong number, we have to stop and start over. It’s harder than it sounds! We also played variations of the game by counting in a group of 5, with a partner, by 2s, and backwards from 100. We also enjoyed playing at the end of the day during carline.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mystery Readers

Thank you to Cadence (Whit’s big sister) and Grummy (Avery and Lucas’s grandma) for being our Mystery Readers this week and last! We loved being surprised by your visit and hearing a new story from you! THANK YOU!

Cadence read This is San Francisco, an informative book about the history and landmarks of San Francisco.

Grummy surprised us with a book written by Avery and Lucas’s dad when he was in 6th grade. The story is about the life of a pair of jeans. How creative!