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Sumner Academy Emergency Action Plan

Sumner Contact: Ms. Sherlice Wesson, 913-627-7212.

Eligibility Calendar

Here is the calendar for eligibility reporting. Download it here and see when grades are checked. This is important for all sports and activities that you are involved in.

Nurse's Corner

October is Pinktober…National Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Did you know?

• Wyandotte County leads the nation in breast cancer deaths (2014)?

• Nearly 40% of women in this county were not screened (2014)?

• When breast cancer is diagnosed at an early, local stage, five-year survival rates are as high as 97%.

Are you at risk?

• 1 out of every 8 women will develop breast cancer during her life.

• Women with a mother or sister who had breast cancer have a higher risk of breast cancer.

• 1,900 Kansas women are diagnosed with breast cancer each year as it is the most common cancer among women in Kansas.

Don’t wait to be screened!  You can contact a clinic, hospital, or doctor’s office to schedule an appointment.  To see if you qualify 

for a free breast cancer screening, call Early Detections Works at 1-913-205-0030 or 1-877-277-1368.  This program pays for 

clinical breast exams, mammograms, pap tests and diagnostic services.

Follow Sumner on Twitter

You can now follow Sumner Athletics @sumner_academy for updates on games, game changes, scores and a whole lot more

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October Sumner Zine

You can now download a copy of the Sumner Zine for October.  

September Sumner Zine

Download a PDF of the Sumner Zine.  Students and teachers were sent a copy.  Now family and alumni can see what students are doing in this club.

Sumner Academy of Arts and Science

October 27 Seminar Registration

SEMINAR REGISTRATION IS OPEN!

Here is how it works:

 - Log into your school account (M account).

 - Read the catalog selections & watch the linked videos for a personal explanation of the offering. Check out the  additions highlighted in BLUE. Catalog link.

 - Open the registration link.

 - Complete ALL registration questions; there is only ONE SHOT at this!

 - On Thursday, October 26, if the session you selected is full you will receive a message for a 'wait list'.

 - No message means "YOU'RE IN!"

 - AEP teachers will have your official choices on Thursday, October 26.

Family Advocacy Days

Please make arrangements to attend Sumner’s Family Advocacy Day, Wednesday, October 18th from 1:30 pm – 6:00 pm or Thursday October 19th from 10 am – 12:30 pm & 1:30 pm – 4:30 pm 

**The building will be closed Thursday from 12:30 pm – 1:30 pm for lunch**

Parents should start their conference time by visiting their child’s AEP (8th hour) teacher FIRST.  Information regarding student chedules will be available in the counseling office and interpreters will be available throughout the day.

 

Favor de hacer planes para asistir al día de conferencias de padres y maestros “Family Advocacy Day” miércoles, 18 de octubre  de 1:30 a 6:00 o jueves, 19 de octubre de 10 am a 12:30pm y 1:30 pm a 4:30 pm.

**la escuela estará cerrada el jueves de 12:30 a 1:30 para la hora de almuerzo**

Padres deben empezar el tiempo de conferencia visitando el maestro/a de AEP (8va hora) de su alumno/a PRIMERO.

El horario de su estudiante podrá ser adquirido en la oficina de consejería, también habrá interpretes disponible durante el día. 

Principal’s Perspective- October 2017

Sumner Parents, Students and Community Members,

October is here and we have many exciting happenings at Sumner Academy.  Homecoming week is October 2nd-6th.  Major events include Student Council theme days (daily), pep rally and athletic/extra-curricular events.  The culmination of this special week is the Homecoming Dance on Saturday, October 7th.  The dance is held in the Sumner Gym from 7:00-10:30 PM.  The cost to attend is $10 for tickets purchased before October 4th, and $15 for those purchasing after that date.  If a student plans to bring a guest, a Guest Approval Form must be completed and turned in to room 309 no later than October 4th at 3:00 PM.  This is a grade 9-12 activity. 

Family Advocacy Parent-Teacher Conferences take place in October.  Please note the following logistical information:

Date:  Wednesday, October 18th and Thursday, October 19th

Time:  1:30-6:00 (Wednesday) and 10:00 AM- 4:30 PM (Thursday)

*** Staff will be on lunch break from 12:30-1:30 on Thursday, October 19th

A reminder that due to conferences and teacher workshops, school will not be in session the following days:

Friday, October 13th (Teacher Workshop)

Thursday, October 19th (Conferences)

Friday, October 20th (Teacher Release Day)

Parents, please note the following important policy notification regarding student negative lunch balances:

“Beginning October 2nd, 2017, the school cafeteria manager will be printing notifications for students with greater than -$20 in meal charges, placing them in sealed envelopes with student names, and giving to the office for delivery to students. The notification will prompt the student to visit the cafeteria manager before going through the lunch line to receive an alternative meal.” 

Please note that per policy, starting Monday, October 2nd students with a negative meal balance greater than $20.00 will no longer be able to charge for lunch.  Students in this situation will be given an alternative meal provided by the school.  If this situation applies to your student, I urge you immediately to reach out to Ms. Melissa Schleicher at (913) 627-7223 to rectify the situation.

Finally, our Sumner Parent-Teacher-Student Organization is moving forward in support of our learning community. We invite you to join our President, Ms. Nancy Krueger on Monday, October 2nd at 6:00 PM in the Sumner Library for the October PTSO meeting.  This is an excellent opportunity to learn the latest happenings and ways that you can support Sumner students!

As always, thank you for your continued support for our students and staff.

Sincerely,

Steven Scraggs, Ph.D.

Principal

Sumner Academy of Arts and Science

Student Attendance and Calling In

Attendance: 913.627.7233     Office: 913.627.7200

It is imperative to call ahead of time for early dismissals, as students may be in lunch or P.E.

Our lines are open 24/7 you may leave a message. Please allow one hour in advance to request passes to leave early.

Students MUST see attendance clerk before leaving Campus. Students may not be released after 2:45 p.m (12:30 on Wednesday)

 

Asistencia: 913.627.7233        Officina: 913-627-7200

Es de mucha importancia que nos llame de ante mano para recoger a su estudiante temprano, ya que él o la alumno/a puede estar en hora de lonche o en física. Líneas telefónicas están abiertas las 24 horas, puede dejar su mensaje. Favor permita una hora de anticipación cuando su estudiante necesita salir temprano. Los estudiantes no podrán salir de la escuela después de las 2:45 pm. (12:30 los miércoles)

 

Tutoring

Math Tutoring

The French Department offers tutoring every Monday and Thursday after school from 3:15-3:45 pm

Fine Arts Tutoring

The Physical Education department will do all fitness tutoring on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays after school with Mr. Wassmann in the Weight room till 4 pm.  4 pm bus passes will be provided.  

All Social Studies teachers are available for tutoring at the following times:

Monday: 7:30-8:00, 3:05-3:30

Tuesday: 7:30-8:00, 3:05-3:30

Wednesday: 7:30-8:0

Thursday: 7:30-8:00, 3:05-3:30

Friday: 7:30-8:00, 3:05-3:30, During AEP

School Loop Mobile App

If you have a cell phone, you can now download the School Loop app.  Here is the link to the page for downloading to iPhones or Android phones. Faculty, parents, and students can easily access from anywhere with this app.

August Students of the Month

Congratulations to Erick Gutierrez (pictured below with Ms. Yessa) and Suzanne Schmidt (pictured below with Ms. Vanderweel) for being the 8th grade and 9th grade students of the month for August.

 

September Students of the Month

Congratulations to Isabella Aguirre (pictured below with Ms. Blitz) and Diana Perez (pictured below with Ms. Runer) for being the 8th grade and 9th grade students of the month for September.

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