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Skycrest Partners

  • Thank you to the following community partners:

    Lotz of Blessings Food Box

    Thank you to Lotz of Blessings for the donation of the food bin - filled with food items for our community families.

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    Thank you to Wendy's for providing breakfast for our amazing superhero Skycrest Staff at the beginning of the school year!

     

    Kiwanis logo Springtime City Kiwanis has partnered with Skycrest in many different ways.  They sponsored our Student Council Shirts, paid for a special science guest visitor, purchased books for our scholars and volunteer weekly to help our office staff.  Thank you so much for your support!

     

    Skycrest Community Church Helpers   Supply pic

    A huge thank you to Skycrest Community Church for all of the 2020-2021 school supply donations. 

     

     

       Thank you to Trinity Presbyterian of Clearwater Church for ALL of the 2020-2021 STUFF THE BUS school supplies and funds donated to our students - we are very grateful for their generosity. 

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    A huge thank you to Bakery Makel for donating cupcakes to our awesome staff!

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  • Escuela Elemental de Skycrest

    Consejo Asesor Escolar 2020-2021


    ¡Si está interesado en formar parte de nuestro Consejo Asesor Escolar, Háganoslo saber! Presione aquí para unirse:

    https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=BZM8c9c5GkaGb_3ye_PH_yBJwJ8y9k1PsHxv9gxRwP9UMlM2MFU1V0lDTlBXN01GRlZHVVVESFA4TS4u

    Actualmente nuestro plan es reunirnos virtualmente (a través de Zoom) mensualmente. Las fechas y horarios serán determinados por el consenso del grupo.

    Si está interesado, llame a la escuela o envíe un correo electrónico a defante@pcsb.org  antes del viernes 18 de septiembre para que podamos compilar nuestra boleta.

     Además, si conoce alguna empresa u organización comunitaria que pudiera estar interesada, anímela a que se comunique con nosotros.

    Sinceramente,

    Mrs. Defant, Directora

     ¿Qué es un consejo asesor escolar?

     El Consejo Asesor Escolar (SAC) es un grupo escolar destinado que representar a la escuela, la comunidad y las personas más cercanas a los estudiantes. El grupo comparte la responsabilidad de guiar a la escuela hacia la mejora continua.

     ¿Cuál es el papel del Consejo Asesor Escolar?

    El Consejo Asesor Escolar es responsable de la toma de decisiones finales en la escuela en relación con la implementación de las disposiciones del Plan de Mejoramiento Escolar (SIP) anual. SAC asiste en la preparación y evaluación anual tanto del SIP como del presupuesto anual de la escuela.

     

     ¿Quién forma parte del Consejo Asesor Escolar?

    Es un requisito que la mayoría de los miembros del Consejo Asesor Escolar sean personas que no estén empleadas por el distrito escolar.  SAC debe estar compuesto por el director y un número adecuadamente equilibrado de maestros, empleados de apoyo educativo, padres y otros ciudadanos comerciales y comunitarios que sean representativos de la comunidad étnica, racial y económica a la que sirve la escuela. Ciertos miembros son elegidos por sus compañeros, mientras que los miembros de la comunidad y las empresas son designados y el director sirve automáticamente.

     


    Skycrest Elementary School

    2020-2021 School Advisory Council

    If you are interested in serving on our School Advisory Council, please let us know! Click here to join: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=BZM8c9c5GkaGb_3ye_PH_yBJwJ8y9k1PsHxv9gxRwP9UMlM2MFU1V0lDTlBXN01GRlZHVVVESFA4TS4u

    Currently our plan is to meet virtually (via Zoom) monthly. The dates and times will be determined by the consensus of the group.

    If you are interested, please call the school or email at defante@pcsb.org by Friday, September 18th so we can compile our ballot.

    Also, if you know of any businesses or community organizations that would be interested, encourage them to contact us.

    Sincerely,

    Mrs. Defant, Principal

    What is a School Advisory Council? 

    The School Advisory Council (SAC) is a school-based group intended to represent the school, the community, and those persons closest to the students. The group shares responsibility for guiding the school toward continuous improvement.

    What is the role of the School Advisory Council? 

    The School Advisory Council is responsible for final decision making at the school relating to the implementation of the provisions of the annual School Improvement Plan (SIP). The SAC assists in the annual preparation and evaluation of both the SIP and the school’s annual budget.

    Who serves on the School Advisory Council? 

    It is a requirement that the majority of the members of the School Advisory Council are persons who are not employed by the school district. A SAC should be composed of the principal and an appropriately balanced number of teachers, education support employees, parents, and other business and community citizens who are representative of the ethnic, racial, and economic community served by the school. Certain members are elected by their peers, while business and community members are appointed, and the principal automatically serves.


     

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    Information about Referendum Funds - Please watch the video below:

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    The Referendum is up for renewal. Referendum funds boost reading, music and art programs; provide up-to-date technology and textbooks; and help recruit and retain quality teachers.

    Community members and families recognize the importance of the Referendum. Pinellas County voters have supported the renewal of the half-mill property tax every four years since it was first approved in 2004. An independent committee oversees the distribution of funds to ensure that money is spent as voters intended.

    The Referendum:

    • Helps recruit and retain quality teachers: Eighty percent of the Referendum revenue supplements teacher salaries. This year, each teacher receives a salary supplement of $5,231 as part of their base salary.
    • Supports all students through new or expanded classroom libraries, additional supplies, increased training opportunities for teachers, and updated computers and technology.
    • Funds intensive small-group literacy programs that help students read at grade level, instrument rental fees for students that can't afford them, and paid admission for field trips to museums and art galleries.
    • Provides all schools with equitable funding for quality art supplies, equipment and technology that help students produce strong and award-winning works of art.
    • Supplies music, theater and dance equipment, technology, sound systems, uniforms and materials that support award-winning performing arts programs.

     

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    If you are requesting to change from virtual learning to face to face, please complete the online application at:  https://www.pcsb.org/Page/34055.

    The principal will look at current availability and will call families if space is open.


     

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  • Sun YMCA Registration Info 

     

    2020-2021 School Year Enrollment Information:

    If you would like more information about the Y at Skycrest, please contact Director Destiny Marry at 727-449-9469.

    CLICK HERE TO PRE-REGISTER NOW FOR THE 2020/2021 SCHOOL YEAR!

    We continue to partner with the school district to prepare for the upcoming school year. As we have learned over the last few months, we must be flexible to change but remain prepared to serve. Should the school district need to make changes from what is currently planned, we will modify our plans accordingly. Because our programs have filled to capacity in the past, we want to provide you with opportunity to enroll. Don't wait, it will fill up quickly!

    Rest assured, we will continue to follow the CDC's guidance on providing care to youth. The protocols as they stand today include verbal wellness checks, temperature taking and appropriate distancing. As the school year approaches we will share the updated protocols so you have an understanding of the protocols we will follow.

    Please read the details below and click on the link at the bottom to begin enrolling now!

    • REGISTRATION IS NOW AVAILABLE ON MOBILE DEVICES AND PHONES! We are happy to announce that online registration for YMCA Before and After Care programs can now be completed on a mobile device including phones and tablets!
    • SECURE YOUR SPOT EARLY AND AVOID WAIT LISTS!
    • PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED! Children MUST be registered ONLINE PRIOR TO ATTENDING PROGRAMS. Registrations will not be accepted on the first day of attendance.
    • EASY ONLINE ENROLLMENT PROCESS! Save yourself time by enrolling online! Registration is provided ONLINE only. Parents will be asked to review and sign the licensing paperwork at the site on their child's first day. Please allow extra time on your child's first day to sign these required forms.
      • IMPORTANT!!!! In order to ensure the correct licensing forms and information are at the site on your child's first day, ALL CHILDREN MUST BE ENROLLED ONLINE PRIOR TO ATTENDANCE. Children will not be able to attend programming until the online registration is complete.
    • YOU CHOOSE YOUR VACATION WEEKS*! You have the flexibility to choose which weeks you use your vacation! Whether you choose to use them during the school holiday breaks, or other weeks when you need to take a break, it's your choice! Participants in eligible plans will receive up to 4 weeks a year to use as needed per the vacation week policy.

    Some IMPORTANT REMINDER for our parents:

    We would like to remind parents that our program fees draft via Electronic Funds Transfer every Saturday prior to the week of care. All participants are required to be set up on EFT processing via credit card or bank account. Our sites are not able to accept cash, check or money order payments. Should you wish to pay via another method of payment, you may visit our School Age Program office to pay prior to the schedule draft processing. Parents may also pay their balance ahead via their online account.

    In order to avoid a disruption in services, all outstanding balances must be paid in full prior to beginning the 20/21 school year program.

    *Vacation weeks apply to eligible plans. Grand and subsidy recipients must adhere to the requirements of the grant or subsidy to with they receive.

      

    Pinellas & Pasco School Age Programs
    YMCA of the Suncoast

    Destiny Marry, School Age Program Director 

    Site Phone: 727-449-9469


     

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    MyPCS Online Students Pre-School Meal Distribution – at School

    Pick-up Breakfast & Lunch for One Week of School

    Every Friday from 9:15am - 9:45am

    On Campus Location:  Cleveland St. parking lot at the blue door

     


     

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  • MyPCS Online Information/Resources
    updated 8/19/20

    The district has designed several resources, for families whose students are enrolled in the MyPCS Online option, so you know how you can best support your child(ren). One of the resources is a course created for parents and guardians that includes information about the Canvas Learning Management System and general instructions for using Canvas as a parent/observer. You will not need an account to take the Parent/Family Canvas Training. Please visit the link below to access all of these resources provided by the district.

    www.pcsb.org/mypcsonline


     

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Welcome

  • Welcome to Skycrest Elementary!

    Vision of Skycrest:

    "To ensure each scholar has an equitable chance to succeed by growing his/her unique talents and gifts through an engaging curriculum and a safe, collaborative, learning environment partnering with staff, families, and community."

    Mission of Skycrest:

    "To educate and prepare students for college, career, and life"

     

    Theme for the 2020-2021 school year:

    "Skycrest Superheros - Being Laser Focused"

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    We welcome you to our school!

     

    School hours for the 2020-2021 school year are 8:45 a.m.– 2:55 p.m.

    Students may enter campus at 8:15 a.m. for breakfast. 

    Office hours 8:15 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

     

     

     

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