SPC Superhero spirit shirt pre-orders will be taken through November 4th. The shirts are being sold for only $12. You may pick up a form in the Front Office, or send $12 to school along with your child's name, homeroom teacher, and shirt size. These awesome shirts are available through pre-order only.
Students at SPC enjoyed wearing hats for "Hats off to Heroes Who Make a Difference" day. They have really shown their school spirit by participating in Red Ribbon Week activities. On Monday, we will finish up our “SPC Heroes Make a Difference" celebration with a character parade. Students in grades pre-kindergarten through second grade will dress as book characters, while students in grades three through six may dress as a superhero. After the parade, Red Ribbon Week will culminate with a variety show presentation.
Tomorrow is the last day for Boo Grams! If you would like to purchase one, bring fifty cents to the courtyard between 8:00am and 8:15am.
Our PreKindergarten students participated in "Read for the Record" with the Office of Early Learning. The children read the story "The Bear Ate Your Sandwich" and did many activities alongside the story. Books were provided for all the students so they could take their Bear Puppets home and retell the story to their families.
Thank you to everyone who turned out for our Spirit Night at Chick-Fil-A!
The cast and crew of SPC Variety Show will perform on October 31st. The Variety Show will be held in the cafeteria following the character parade (around 9:30am). Parents of cast and crew members are invited to attend.
Red Ribbon Week begins Monday, October 24th.
Our theme this year is “SPC Heroes Make a Difference".
Monday, 10/24 "Be a Superhero to Make a Difference." (Wear red)
Tuesday, 10/25 "Heroes Sock it to Drugs" (Crazy socks day)
Wednesday, 10/26 "Heroes Team Up to Say No To Drugs" (Wear favorite team jersey)
Thursday, 10/27 "Hats off to Heroes Who Make a Difference" (Hat day)
Friday, 10/28 "SPC Heroes Make a Difference." (SPC Spirit Shirts)
Monday, 10/31 "Find the Hero in You."
Grades K-2 dress like favorite book character
Grades 3-6 dress like superheroes
A parade will take place on October 31st, so students will be able to display their characters.
All classes and extracurricular activities are cancelled tomorrow and Friday (10/6 and 10/7).
The following storm shelters will open on Thursday (10/6):
Keystone Heights Junior/Senior High School - 5 pm
Orange Park High School (pet-friendly) - 5 pm
Lake Asbury Junior High School (equipped for special needs residents) - 2 pm
Please stay safe and register at alert.claycountygov.com for updates from our partners at Clay County Emergency Management.