Scholastic Book Fair will be at the Elementary Building from March 22- March 26th.
Please click on the following link to view Spring Garden Elementary Book Fair.
If you would like information about a new and easy way to pay please click on this link to watch the video on e-wallet.
Spring Garden Elementary is raising money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Please copy the following link into your address bar to donate money. Our goal is $2021.00
This year has certainly been full of surprises and what seems like, changes weekly. The Spring Garden Middle School cannot say thank you enough for keeping up with all of the changes. Within a matter of days, we went from no sports to all sports; no games, to all games with restrictions. We thought it might benefit all of us to be reminded of a few things to help us all navigate the changes and expectations at Spring Garden. Below are a few reminders to keep in mind with no doubt more information to come regarding spectator attendance at athletic events.
Car Rider Drop Off and Pick up
For Drop Off every morning, parents are asked to enter Tamaroa from Rt. 37. Please pull up to the entranceway and wait for your child to be screened before leaving. When the all-clear is given, please continue down Tamaroa and around the block in order to avoid being stopped due to busses unloading.
For Pick Up in the afternoon, parents are asked to enter Elm Street from Tamaroa and park facing north. This will help with the flow of traffic. If you choose to park in the parking lot, please remain in your parking spot until your child is loaded then you can proceed to leave. Please do not pull into the parking lot and wait for your child to get into the car without being in a parking spot as this can result in a traffic delay. Always be alert when leaving the school as students will be walking to their cars.
Academics will affect a student’s ability to participate in extracurricular activities. Eligibility will be run every Friday. If your child is ineligible (academic probation), you will receive notice and their coach will receive notice. Students will have one week to improve their grade in order to become eligible again. Each student participating in extracurricular activities will be expected to maintain an overall C average in all of the graded subject areas and no F’s. Please see the handbook pages 6-7 for more information.
Academics cannot only affect eligibility but behavior can as well. The Social Suspension Policy has been in place all year. This is located on page 39 of the handbook.
This is taken from the Remote Learning Document that was sent home at the beginning of the school year. “Any family who chooses to learn remotely will do so for the entire grading period or nine (9) weeks unless they have administrator approval. Families will be allowed to change to in-person learning at the end of the nine (9) weeks period. This allows students to have a consistent schedule and allows the teacher to plan a sequence of instruction to best meet the needs of the student. Students choosing to do remote learning will not be allowed to participate in any extracurricular activities during the nine weeks.”
As we receive more information regarding attendance at athletic events, we will pass the information on to you. Thank you again for your patience as we all navigate this unusual school year.
Tommi Ryan, Principal