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Summit Serves: Fill The Truck

Summit students are working together to make a difference in our community. We do this all year long through a variety of service projects, fundraisers, and raising awareness. Talk with your children about how they can make a difference and raise $1 or more to FILL THE TRUCK: Lemonade stands, bake sales, extra chores, asking friends and family to support their efforts. We know our students will come up with a multitude of ways to be the good in our community!

To end our 2016-2017 school year we are coming together as a whole school community to FILL THE TRUCK. H.O.P.E. of Winston-Salem provides approximately 1500 meals weekly to children in Winston-Salem who are underfed. Through local support, HOPE is able to feed a child for $1.00 per meal! For the next six weeks, Summit Students will be raising funds to provide meals for children in our community. If you aren't aware of HOPE, please take a minute to learn more today!

If your child chooses to participate, please have them deliver any funds raised in an envelope labeled HOPE to his or her homeroom teacher. We will culminate our school-wide fundraiser with a Big Friend/Little Friend fun run on Eagle Day.

The Moment When You Say

Salem Academy students spend Jan Term at Summit
Kadie Hicks '14 and Fadzai Mushayamunda '15
Screamin' Eagle Radio interview by Maura Way, 7th grade English teacher

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Summit's "IQ"

In the fall of 2016, seven students in 4th and 5th Grade signed up for a class in Summit's Afternoon Academy called simply IQ. Each week the students boarded a bus and made the short trip to the IQ--Winston Salem's Innovation Quarter. Read More.

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