Make sure to check out the October edition of the Knight News! You’ll find: An article about “How to Get Involved” from Interim Head of School, William “Buzz” Lance Athletic program development updates Peer Helpers program launch information Volunteer Opportunities Open House and Grandparents Day information Upcoming event dates and times And so much more!
We apologize for sending out a Grandparents Day blog post with the incorrect date this morning. Please make sure to check out our updated blog post with information about our Grandparents Day event coming up this Friday at: www.southbaldwinca.org/grandparents-day-this-friday/
We are excited about Grandparents Day coming up THIS Friday, Oct. 11th at 11:30 a.m. in the Mimi Mayes Gymnatorium! Parents, please note the below information for this special event. We've also included a photo gallery of some of last year's decorated tables to help give you some ideas.
It was great seeing so many families at the Cornhole Tournament! We’re excited about our families getting connected and I wanted to offer the following ways you can also get connected along with a survey to offer your thoughts on parent involvement. Parent Involvement Survey: Your opinions are important to us! Please take a few
Several opportunities are available to for parents to work together to make our school great. All time spent volunteering will count toward the required service hours for each family. Current volunteer opportunities are listed below Fall 2019 Volunteer Opportunities Fall Festival Event Support Fundrays Coupon Book Sales Athletic Department Home Game Cleanup Pressure Washing Please
We will be launching a new Peer Helper program at SBCA this fall. Our Peer Helper program will be designed to offer a variety of preventative and supportive services initiated by student Peer Helpers, who are taught a set of core skills empowering them to assist their fellow students with social, emotional, behavioral, and educational
The SBCA Buddy Program is a mentoring program in which upper-grade students are paired with younger students for a stimulating opportunity for learning and skill development. The buddy program meets on the first Friday of each month. The “buddies” engage in a number of different activities together. Some of the activities include reading, playing games,
Make sure to check out the September edition of the Knight News! You’ll find: A Q&A from our Interim Head of School, William “Buzz” Lance An update from the SBCA Board of Directors Athletic program updates Parent committee information Moms in Prayer information Enrichment programs information Upcoming event information And so much more! Please contact
After school enrichment programs ensure a well-rounded after-school experience. Students will have a safe, caring environment to learn valuable skills to help build their self-confidence and encourage them to find and cultivate their personal passions. Our enrichment classes are offered in 8-week sessions with individual classes occurring once a week. You can view our first
I am writing to give a report on behalf of the SBCA Board of Directors. The Board met in July following committee meetings held over the summer. Several improvements were made to the Parent/Student Handbook with the main policy revision being the Bullying Prevention Policy.