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  • Important COVID Message!

    If you or someone in your family is feeling sick or tests positive for Covid that means everyone who has had close contact with the infected person may very well be carrying the virus. It is important for those who are symptomatic, or who have been exposed to the virus to stay away from others until the danger of spreading the virus is over. This means staying away from school until the danger of infecting others is past.

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Stanley Switlik Newsletter September 20th-24th


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Announcements and School News

  • Picture Day

    Save The Date! Picture Day will be on Tuesday, October 5th for VPK, PreK, Head Start, Kindergarten, 1st & 2nd Grade. On Wednesday October 6th for 3rd, 4th, and 5th Grade

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  • Switlik Celebrates 50 years!

    Switlik is Celebrating 50 years! Come join the celebration!

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  • PBIS Model School 2021-2022

    We have been recognized by the FLPBIS Project as a 2020-2021 PBIS Model School! Positive Behavior Interventions and Support (PBIS) is a school-wide framework that, according to national research, enhances student quality of life and reduces problem behaviors. By establishing this framework, we are developing skills, making changes to the school environment, acknowledging appropriate behavior, and using data to identify supports for our students. As a PBIS Model School, we are committed to the effective implementation of PBIS and are seeking positive and equitable outcomes for all students!

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  • COVID Vaccine Information

    The Monroe County Health Department is working to procure doses of the Pfizer vaccine to vaccinate all interested Monroe County youth ages 12 and up. If you have a child ages 12 and older, please complete this survey by August 20 to provide information on the interest in getting vaccinations for school age children. https://tinyurl.com/kayzm7t6

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  • School Supply Information for the 2021-2022 School Year

    Before we know it, the 2021-2022 school year will be here and teachers and staff have already begun planning. Just like last year, we want to provide an opportunity to remove the obstacles of school supply shopping for our families. Parents have the option to have school supplies provided for the entire school year for $20.00 per student. This will include all crayons, pencils, markers, glue, etc., that are on the usual ‘Supply List’. Each student would only be responsible for bringing a backpack and lunchbox (if needed). Everything else will be waiting in the classroom. The Monroe County School District is now conveniently accepting online payments. Please scan the QR Code below to pay for the supplies for the appropriate grade level your child will attend. Please call the office at 305.289.2490 if you have any questions. Thank you!

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  • 2021-2022 Head Start and VPK Open Enrollment

    Will your child be 3 or 4 years of age on or Before September 1st? Head Start Enrollment *Stanley Switlik Head Start Program Is Accepting Applications for the School year 2021-2022 Applications are available at the front office and/or online at: www.keysschools.com

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  • 2021-2022 Kindergarten Registration

    It's that time of Year to register your Kindergarten student for the 2021-2022 School Year! Registration information is available in the attached links.

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  • Free and Reduced Lunch Application 2021

    Important! Please click on the link below to access the school lunch application by February 5th for a chance to WIN a Family Sized Prize!Help us by filling out the application! https://frapps.horizonsolana.com/

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  • 2020-2021 School Supply Information

    📕✏️🖍✂️2020-2021 School Supply Information📕✏️🖍✂️ Please see the flyer below to purchase your child's supplies for the upcoming school year! The supply fee is only for students in grades K-5th

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