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Principal Message, 3/10/24

 

Good Afternoon,

 

Hope that everyone is enjoying the extra hour of daylight!

Thank you to all who made our spring book fair a success!

Please see the announcements below. 

 

Warmest Regards,

Katie Caggia



 

 

Teacher Workday, March 11th

Monday, March 11th is a teacher workday. Students will not come to school on this day.



Ramadan

Ramadan Mubarak to all who are celebrating! For students who are fasting during this time, please know that you or your student can request to go to the media center during lunch. Please email your child’s teacher if you would like this option for your child.

 

 

PTA Spirit Night, Wednesday, March 13th at Papa Murphy’s!

Papa Murphy’s will donate 33% of sales on March 13th when you mention Apex Elementary or provide the code: GIVE33. Please see the flier in the PTA Newsletter linked below for details! 

 

 

2024-25 school transfers began March 4

The 2024-25 official transfer application period is March 4-15, 2024. Families who submit a request during this period will be eligible for an appeal if the request is denied. Results will be available via email or text within 7 to 10 business days. Please be sure to select the 24-25 school year when requesting a transfer. 

 

Additionally, please be sure that any changes of address have been made with our data manager, Tonya Oliver (toliver@wcpss.net)

 

 

Save the Date: March 20th PTA Meeting featuring family BINGO!

Join us in the cafeteria from 6-7:30pm. RSVP required. RSVP Here.



Spring Single Subject Acceleration (SSA) Testing Information

WCPSS has recently shared information regarding the spring SSA testing process. You can read about it here: https://www.wcpss.net/Domain/10712.

Additional SSA Resources:




 



Please enjoy this week’s PTA Newsletter: PTA Newsletter



Apex Elementary’s Vision: As a community, we will empower and inspire every child to be a confident, compassionate, and creative individual who will reach their potential through meaningful connections and student-centered learning.