We want to let you know that the grade reporting tile on the Tyler Parent Portal will be temporarily unavailable while our teachers are inputting their final grades for the semester. The grade reporting tile will be disabled on Wednesday, January 16, 2019. We expect it to be available again on Thursday, January 31, 2019. In addition, digital grades and report cards will be distributed on January 31. Thank you for your patience!
There are no words to describe how tragic Monday's events were and the incredible loss we are all feeling as a school and as an entire community. We have had many inquires from our Summit families and community wanting to know how they can help or make a donation. Our Summit PTO will be collecting any donations for us. They be contacted at: Summittwpelementaryschool@aol.com. Thank you for your continued support of our students and families.
I am at a loss for words regarding this morning’s tragedy. Anytime a student passes it is devastating and it impacts our entire school community. We have made and will continue to make extra counselors available for any students and staff members who are in need of grief support. I encourage anybody in need of grief support to visit our counselors or seek help in our community.
The Office of the Attorney General adopted the Safe2Say Something Program, which will be used by all school districts in Pennsylvania. Safe2Say is an anonymous reporting system that allows individuals (students, parents, teachers, staff, community members, etc.) to report anyone who may be showing signs they have the potential to carry out an act of violence at school.
Due to the power outages earlier this year, we submitted an emergency waiver request to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. However, at this time, we have not heard back from the state. Thus, it is necessary to schedule two make up days.
The make up dates will be:
The Golden Tornado Scholastic Foundation (GTSF) recently received two generous donations through the Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) Program. NexTier Bank and Baglier Buick GMC Mazda each donated $5,000 to the GTSF in 2018. The funds will be used to support the district’s STEAM program.
Summit Elementary School students and parents worked together to design and build gingerbread houses! View more photos on Flickr>
Mrs. Kriley and Mrs. Conglose’s kindergarten classes at Summit celebrated the holidays with family by making sugar cone Christmas trees! View photos on Flickr>
McQuistion chorus visited Sunnyview Nursing and Rehabilitation Center twice in December to sing holiday music and visit with residents. This is the fifth year that McQuistion Elementary School has coordinated outreach to our neighbors at Sunnyview. Everyone looks forward to visiting Sunnyview -- both the residents and our students!
The Bubba Show, Mr. Richard Bazzy at Shults Ford and family and friends at Summit Elementary School all worked together to ensure 28 Summit families have their Christmas wishes come true!
Some iOS (Apple) users may have noticed a white screen or blank screen on the Tyler app. Tyler is aware of the problem and has fixed it by releasing a new version of the app in the Apple App Store. If you are experiencing an issue with your app, please try downloading the updated version.
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