Summer '18

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    SUMMER BRIDGE 2018 AT SKYVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

    Summer will soon be here and Pinellas County School is thrilled to share information about our Summer Bridge Program. Summer Bridge is an extended learning opportunity designed for all students. The purpose of this exciting program is to provide students with continous learning through the summer to ensure they will be ready to begin the next school year with confidence and success.

    The six weeks program will include acceleration and enhancement of skills in reading, mathematics and science and individualized instruction in the three core subjects using a blended cross-curricular model intergrating the arts,technology, small group instruction, hands-on labs and project-based learning.

    Please be advised that parents will be responsible for providing transportation for their child to the Summer Bridge Elementary School program. The program hours will be from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30p.p, Monday - Thursday, from June 5th to July 19th, 2018. Please note: there will be no classes during the week of the 4th of July ( 7/2-7/5)

    BEFORE AND AFTER CHILDCARE:  Pinellas County School is partnering with the Juvenile Welfare Board ( JWB), which will fund before and aftercare for a limited number of students who participate in the Elementary Summer Bridge program and are eligible for free or reduced luch. You are strongly encouraged to register immediately to take advantage of this valuable summer learning opportunity. Families interested in this service who are not eligible for free or reduced lunch may participate in before and aftercare for a weekly fee. This will give your child access to before and after childcare at the school site. Childcare is available from 6:30a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and all day on Friday. Parents wishing to take advantage of this service through the R'Club program must complete the registration packet for this service. Packets can be requested frrom R'Club, phone 578-5437.

    FOOD SERVICE: Breakfast will be available at Summer Bridge at no charge and be served between 8:00- 8:30 a.m. Lunch will be served before the end of the day, Students may brong a bottle of water to school each day.

    TRANSPORTATION: Parents will be expected to provide transportation daily.

    REGISTRATION:  Please visit the Student Reservation System at https://reservation.pcsb.org and register your child. Log on with your Parent ID and Password. If you have forgotten your ID or password, or experience other problems, visit any PCS school to have your password reset. Register begins in February 26th. If you do not have access to Internet service, you may call Skyview at (727)547-7857, ext. 2001, for more information and assistance in registration.

    Again, the recommended site for your child is Skyview Elementary Schooo. You may select an alternative site if it is more convenient to your place of work and transporting your child. For more information, you may contact Elementary Education (727)588-6443

Supplies List

  • Dear Parents/Guardian,

    Welcome to school. The following items are materials that each student needs for the new school year 2018-2019, KG-Grade 5. Please keep in mind that some of these supplies will need to be replaced, required more during the year in order to complete homework assignments. Please label all supplies with the child's name.

    We look forward to working with your children next school year.

    Eagles Team.

                                        SUGGESTED SUPPLY LIST ( KG - Grade 5, please scroll down to check)

    I. Kindergarden

    1. Glue Sticks

    2. Tissues

    3. Hand soap

    4. Hand sanitizer

    5. Baby wipes

    6. Clorox wipes

    7. Headphone

    8. Backpack (full size with no wheel)

     

    II. First Grade

    1. Two pack of #2 pencils (Ticonderoga or USA made preferred)

    2. Two boxes of crayons ( 16 or 24 count)

    3. One pair of Fiskards type metal scissors

    4. One pack of Pink Pearl Erasers or One pack of pencil top erasers

    5. Two plastic folders with 2 pockets and 3 prongs

    6. One large box of Kneelex

    7. Four or five glue sticks ( no white glue bottles)

    8. One plastic school supply box ( 8.6 x 5.8 inches size only please)

    9. One pack of Expo Dry eraser markers ( for students use)

    10. Waterless hand sanitizer ( no personal size bottles please)

    11. One inch durable hardcover binder ( cannot bee any larger than 1 inch)

    12. One set of ear buds or headphones ( to be used in computer lab and classroom)

    13. One backpack ( no wheels)

                     ----Wish list----

    * Clorox cleaning wipes

    * Roll pf paper towel

    * Extra Kleenex

    * Ziploc bags ( 2.5 gallon size for book baggies)

    * Band - aids

    * Extra waterless hand sanitizer

    * Hand soap

    * Extra glue sticks

    * Extra dry erase markers

    * Ream of colored paper

     

    III. Second Grade

    1. One inch, 3 ring binder

    2. Two folders with pockets ( no prongs in them)

    3. Four black and white composition books

    4. 1 box tissues

    5. 1 ream copy paper

    6. Earbuds of headphones

    7. 1 package of sheet protectors

    8. 1 plastic pencil box

    9. 4 pack plain yellow pet

    10. 1 pack colored pencils

    11. Eight glue sticks

    12. One pair of scissors

    13. One box of crayons

    14. One package of 3x3 post-it

    15. One box of band-aids

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    Girls: 1 bottle liquid hand soap + 1 box gallon ziploc bags

    Boys: 1 bottle hand sanitizer + 1 box of quarter-sized ziploc bags

     

     IV. Third Grade

    1- One backpack ( no wheels)

    2- Two 1.5 inches - 3 ring binder ( heavy duty)

    3- Four packages of #2 pencils ( Ticonderoga brand pecils recommended)

    5- One pencil or pouch ( no smaller than 4"x8"l)

    6- Two Stretchy book covers ( small/regular size; not jumbo size)

    7- Four glue sticks (large)

    8- One box of crayons or colored pencils ( 24 count limit)

    9-One package of expo markers

    10-Two large boxes of tissues

    11- One bottle of hand sanitizer

    12- Bottle of soap

    13- Two clorox wipe containers

    14- One ziploc gallon-size bags

    15- One ziploc quart-size bags

    16- One pair of person earbuds or headphones for computer use ( optional )

     

    V. Four Grade

    1. Five composition notebooks

    2. Earbuds

    3. Yellow pencils

    4.  Two inches binder

    5. Four pronged folders: yellow, blue, green, and red if possible

    6. Black-white board dry erase markers

    7. Sheet protectors

    8. Hand sanitizer

    9. Tissues

     

    VI. Fifth Grade

    1. Two 1" binders ( Dollar Tree is fine)

    2. Pencil pouch

    3. Two pack of yellow #2 pencils ( Ticonderoga)

    4. Twelve glue sticks

    5. 2 bottles of hand sanitizer

    6. Two boxes of tissues

     

     

     

Books Battle

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    The mission of the Skyview Elementary Eagle Library program is to help inspire a lifelong love of boos and reading in the heart of each student.

     

     School Wide Programs

    All of our Eagle students have access to the library, where they can check out any of our 10,000+ books or access our state of the art computer labs in order to receive free digital instruction and tutoring support.

     

    We also sponsor several clubs and activities, such as our Battle of the Books quiz club that competes annually with schools across our district.

            

     

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