Sugarlaof School students can be dropped of as early as 7:00 am and the School day ends at 3:00 pm. Classes for both Elementary and Middle school begin at 8:05 AM.
Here is a link to the Middle School Bell Schedule as well:
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2:15 PM - 3:00 PM PBIS Student of the Month Celebration-Be Respectful
2:15 PM - 3:00 PM PBIS Student of the Month Celebration
Sugarloaf National Junior Honor Society students decided to make their charitable donation early this year. Instead of saving money for an end of year field trip, they gave $2,300 to the SOS Food Bank. According to NJHS president, 8th grader Abby Cowan, “During this time lots of families are going without jobs, unable to provide for their families, so we all felt and decided that it was most important to give our money to this organization, during a time like this. This tragic pandemic that is going around the whole world is affecting our community. We all just wanted to give back and help those in need as much as we could during this global crisis.”
Mr. Roy put together a motivational montage for our Sugarloaf Sharks. Click "Learn more" to access the link and see the video.
AHEC has updated their AHEC school Clinic information and added new Telehealth services. Please Click "learn more" to get more information.
We all miss you as much as you miss being here; I bet you all are surprised that you do miss school. We know this is a new transition but we also know that SHARKS can do anything! Good Luck with your virtual learning during quarter 4 and we are here for you 100 percent. #sharkpride Click Learn more to see the video link
Virtual Instruction began on Wednesday April 1st. Please make sure they have your child’s teacher has accurate contact information. We have attached some links to this post in the LEARN MORE section: Special area Teachers’ Google Classroom Codes, Daily Engagement Schedules for Elementary, Middle and Special area/ESE support arelinked. Your child’s teachers will explain specifics about how their schedule as they relate to the master schedules. Please reach out to your child’s teacher with any questions. Click” Learn more” to access the links.
The document linked lists Sugarloaf School Staff members that can be additional resource for questions or support that you many need while navigating the virtual platforms and district technology devices. In the event Parents, Students, or staff members need additional support there are people in place to assist. Click "Learn more" for a link to the document.
Say Something Week was conclude with our annual Safety Day event. Students were able to interact with various law enforcement and first responders, such as, MCSD, Monroe County Fire Rescue, KWPD and FWC to name several. Special thank you to Sheriff Ramsay for all of your continued support and shirts for the staff and kids. Students also participated in Mindfulness Yoga. Everyone was treated to a BBQ hotdog lunch provided by Centennial Bank and bottled water by Pepsi. Sugarloaf School would like to thank everyone that made this a successful event.
Teachers and District personnel throughout Monroe County visited our school for our first AVID Day showcase. The following teachers prepared for and allowed the visitors to see AVID strategies in their classrooms: Ms. Anderson Language arts, Ms. Murray Math, Ms. Osborn Kindergarten and Ms. Means Ms. Hettel and Mr. Walden did AVID Stem rotations in the Media Center. Additionally Dr. Malone and her AVID students ( Lincoln, Kyndall, Amber, Lania and Sebastian) joined Mr. Walden, our AVID Site Coordinator on a panel for the debrief. Our AVID students were very articulate in how AVID has helped them be successful students.
Briana Noda, Claudia Mendez, Alexia Williams, Bridgette Sweeney, Gracie Lechnar, Naomi Johnson, Dylan Meyer, Arlo Creighton, Dylan Meyer, J-Lan Gregoire, Christopher Taber, Jake Dale, Kevin Henderson, Summer Livengood. Thank you Monroe Computes
Reese had the honor of leading the Pledge of Allegiance on the House floor during her time at the State Capital.
Our Elementary 5th grade students and our Middle school 6-8 students participated in the School based STEM Fair last semester. Students pictured were winners and qualified to submit their projects to the district completion. 5th grade student Alexander Behler, received recognition as one of the top 4 Elementary projects in the MCSD District Wide STEM Fair at Plantation Key School on February the 8th. We congratulate Alexander and all of the students that participated this year.
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The Safety Patrol team is made up of Elementary and Middle School Students
Sugarloaf School takes the title again this year. First Place
The Measuring the Economic Success of Florida’s Graduates report provides students, parents, and others with information on graduates.