For the 2022-2023 school year, we plan on using Title I funds on addressing the needs of the children who are failing and at risk of failing through the use of the iReady Diagnostic Assessment.
When a child does not outgrow fears and worries that are typical in young children or they have many worries and fears that interfere with home, school, and peer relationships they may be showing symptoms of anxiety. Did you know that anxiety disorders are among the most common health conditions in childhood and adolescence and often begin before age 10?
Please click here to watch Principal Eldridge's community address about SBCS school updates!
We will be posting a link to an address to the community by Principal Eldridge this Thursday, April 22nd around 11AM. Please check back to get the link and watch his talk.
Please follow the instructions on the attached document to learn how to get free Internet access for your family.
- Beginning September 8, City Schools meal sites will serve free breakfast and lunch for students, Monday to Friday from 8 a.m.
This year, we will be distributing school supplies to every student from 9:00-4:00 on the following dates. Please line up outside the school, six feet apart, and wear a mask in accordance with CDC guidelines.
Saturday, September 5th, Grades Pre-K-2
Sunday, September 6th, Grades 3-4 and PAL
Monday, September 7th, Grades 5-8
Here is the schedule for free lunches for the following three Wednesdays from 11 AM to 1 PM while supplies last at the school: Wednesday, August 26th will be crispy chicken & waffle boxes, September 2nd will be chicken pot pie filling with a biscuit, and September 9th will be a turkey sandwich!
There will be an Elementary Grades Town Hall on Zoom on Thursday, August 13th at 6:00 PM. The link will be sent by email. Elementary Grades will have a Town Hall on Thursday, August 20th at 6:00 PM.