The Summit Academy Kindergarten class invited the Senior class to lunch last week where they enjoyed meeting and visiting with the biggest kids at the school. Sometimes the big kids are pretty intimidating, and the lunch allowed them a fun time to get to know each other. Mrs. Rehder began this tradition several years ago after asking her students to make graduation cards. She found that many of the kindergartners didn't know who the seniors were and an annual lunch date wa
For Christmas, Mr. Rehder purchased each of his 3rd and 4th grade students their very own copy of the book Charlotte's Web by E.B. White. After finishing the book, the class celebrated with a County Fair in their classroom. Tickets earned from their final book exam grade were redeemable for snow cones, elephant ears, popcorn, and candy. The class learned from Charlotte that you can be both a good friend and a good writer.
The kindergarten class recently sponsored their annual baby bottle campaign to raise funds to support The Hope Center, a Christian ministry which offers classes on parenting, relationships and other life skills as well as post-abortion counseling. During the four day campaign, Summit students raised $1029.22 for the Center. The kindergarten delivered the funds and toured the center on Monday. After their tour, they stopped at The Hangout for milkshakes before returning to s