With social distancing keeping Upper School students from making Christmas cards with younger students, this year they created videos of themselves reading children’s books.
Did you know actions that can make you and other people feel happier are gestures of kindness?
During the Middle Ages, the title of “knight” was granted to those who were recognizably brave, valiant in character of noble blood and demonstrated merit and service. Bravery, character leadership and service are just some of the attributes Summit students demonstrated when stepping back on campus following the quarantine.
Challenges are not always a confrontation of adversity. Often times a challenge is an opportunity to demonstrate leadership and accomplish one’s goals beyond an assigned task. Today, is officially designated Summit Spirit Week’s Superhero Day, we salute a student who took on a super challenge.
The school year is off to a great start after returning to campus last month. Masks and shields are being worn, students are socially-distanced and the spirit of our Silver Knights remains valiant. Memories of the move to a remote learning environment may still linger, but they are overshadowed by our Summit teachers’ commitment to educating the whole child through our five-pillar approach.
Immaculata rang to mark the 130th anniversary of the opening of The Summit Country Day School today.