Ninth graders will present their speeches in the Loma Hopkins Theatre. Speeches are open to all parents. Curious to know more about this tradition and Rite of Passage? Why is it so important for students at this particular age and stage of development? Read Julie Giljames' blog post here. Come see a speech during February and March. Click here for the 2018 Schedule.
Carrie Malloy, Director of Triad Academy at Summit School, and Parker Tegeler, Director of Orton-Gillingham and Math Curriculum, Triad Division, will discuss the book The Dyslexia Empowerment Plan by Ben Foss. The book helps parents, teachers and others find ways to maximize a dyslexic student's strengths while understanding their areas of weakness.
If you would like us to order the book for you, please email Jennifer Caldwell by Tuesday, December 21 at email@example.com or call 336-722-2777 ext 1504. The book may also be ordered from Amazon and other booksellers.
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
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.