December 17, 2018
Welcome to the the last Monday Update of 2018! This Friday we will be dismissing at 12:00 p.m. before we take time off for Winter Break and welcome our students back on on Tuesday, January 8, 2019. Enjoy this time with your loved ones!

Drama club and music classes have been working hard to prepare for the Holiday Program this Wednesday and Thursday! Those will be FREE DRESS days for participating students, so we encourage festive dressy/casual attire in place of uniforms.

Read on for Summit news and upcoming events...
December 19,20 >> Holiday Program 1p
December 21 >> NOON DISMISSAL
December 24- January 7 >> SCHOOL CLOSED - Winter Break
January 8 >> Students return from break
February 15 >> NO SCHOOL - Conference prep
February 22 >> NO SCHOOL - Conferences
February 25 >> SCHOOL CLOSED - snow make-up day
March 8 >> Bluegrass, Bourbon, & BBQ
See what our high school students have been up to in the latest edition of
Holiday Program
See our drama club and intermediate music classes perform a special musical version of The Nutcracker and enjoy performances by kindergarten and primary students at this year's Holiday Program!

December 19 & 20 at 1:00 p.m. in the auditorium.
Swim Club
Swim Club (session 2) is now open for registration. Swim Club meets on Fridays immediately after school at All About Kids and is open to students in grades K-8. Meeting dates are as follows: Jan: 25, Feb: 1 & 8, March: 1, 8, 15 & 22, and April: 12, 19 & 26.

Register online here or print and return the club registration form. Club fees will be billed through FACTS on the next payment cycle.  Contact club sponsor
Now through December 20, we are collecting donations of mittens, gloves, scarves, hats, socks and other cold weather gear to donate to St. Vincent de Paul's Shelter. They are especially in need of men’s sizes. 

A "mitten tree" has been set up and students will hang mittens on it as they are donated to show the progress we are making as a school each day. Collection boxes are in each hallway for daily contributions.  Please consider donating to this worthwhile cause!
Lately, at Summit...
Ms. Hill's class visited the science lab to predict and test how temperature affects the viscosity, or resistance to flow, of corn syrup. This experiment related to a discussion on engines and their reliance on oil to lubricate moving parts,
Hannah and Travis scored the highest at the Holiday Archery Tournament! Congrats!