The PTO of Kyle Elementary provided our students and staff with a hot dog lunch in our courtyard to celebrate our reading growth through out the year. Our principal Mr. Sopko, cooked all the hot dogs on his grill.
Fifth grade students from Myers Elementary took part in a living history museum which was open to other classes as well as the performers’ families to visit. The museum was the end product of a biographical book report all fifth-grade reading classes had completed which they then followed up by writing and delivering a speech. The students chosen to perform in the museum then developed their costumes to impersonate the subject of their report. Students did a terrific job!
Saylor Student Council participated in the Team Up to Clean Up, at Haven Hollow Park on Saturday. Students volunteered to clean up trash, pull weeds and rake mulch. We are very proud of our volunteers, who worked hard to help clean up their community.
Once Again, Congratulations!
Each year the National Center for Women’s & Information Technology (NCWIT) recognizes students and educators for their accomplishments and goals in computing technology. With over 4,300 applications for all 50 states, Washington D.C., Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands, Guam, and overseas U.S. military bases. Sanja Kirova’s submission stood out!
Awardees are recognized for their academic excellence, leadership, and future goals for girls and women in computing and technology. Ranked number one in the senior class, Sanja was nominated by PHS Business Teacher Lisa Melendez. Sanja has had an amazing senior year as she was a part of Robotics, BPA, Student Council and National Honor Society. After graduation on June 9th, she will travel off to Columbia University where she will study computer science.
Congratulations again to Sanja!