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    Peachjar Family Newsletter Information

     

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  • The Media Center will be open the following Wednesdays during the summer from 1-3 PM:

                June 12th and 19th

                July 10th  17th and 24th

    My hope is to provide a place for students and parents to come to read and work on literacy skills.

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  • Mrs. Kelley Lanier is Monroe County's 2018-2019 Assistant Principal of the Year 

    AP Lanier and Superintendent Porter

    Congratulations Mrs. Lanier , your Shark Family is very Proud of you! 

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  • Shark Shout Out to Our Featured Sponsors

    winn dixie logo

    Caldwel Banker Schmit and Luxury Island Properites logo

    matheessen's logo centennial bank logo captainhooklogo

     

    Murray's Market

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  • Papio parade volunteer

    A big Shark Shout out to acknowledge the contributions of Patricia Edelman has made to our School’s o parade float for the Papio Kinetic Sculpture Parade.  She has done a TREMENDOUS amount of work to help create this float, donating not only her skills but gobs and gobs of her TIME to make sure that we have a stunning entry that we can be proud of. We are lucky to have this great volunteer as a part of our shark family!

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  • We want to send out a big thank you to all of our students, teachers, adminstrators, staff and parents for their support of our PBIS program as well as all the positive reinforcements and interventions we share with our school community. 

     

    PBIS gold level certificate for Sugarloaf school

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  • Sugarlaof School students can be dropped of as early as 7:00 am and the School day ends at 3:00 pm. Elemenmtary Teachers will share thier individual dismissal times with you. Classes for both Elementary and Middle school begin at 8:05 AM. 

    Here is a link to the Middle School Bell Schedule as well: 2018-2019 Middle School Bell Schedule 

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