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NED show comes to Switlik!
Students at Stanley Switlik started the month of February on a positive note. They were treated to a NED Show performance on Monday morning. Swiltik’s Positive Behavior Support (PBS) team invited the NED show, to come and teach the importance of developing strong character. Channing, the performer, through storytelling and “dialogue” with NED, reinforced the message of NED’s name Never give up, Encourage others and Do your best. 


NED presenter-Channing, Mary Lou Darczuk- Guidance Counselor & Ms. DePastino's  3rd grade class.

 
Attention 3rd Grade Parents!

Parents- Please look for the 3rd grade progression plan in your child's backpack.  Below are the letters in English and Spanish. 

3rd Grade Progression Plan English 
3rd Grade Progression Plan Spanish 

Please click on the link below for more information! 
IMPORTANT PLEASE READ
Thank you United Way!


Thank you United Way for the large donation of school supplies from the Stuff the Bus event!  
December Students of the Month
PBS
December
Switlik Students of the Month 2015
 


Big shout-out to Switlik’s December Students of the Month!  These students consistently choose to make positive behavior choices and are recognized as behavioral role models.
 
From left are: PK - Tony Barrera – Ms. Jennifer Wile; K -Luca Picariello – Ms. Cohen; Grade 1 Melissa Solis - Mr. Willis; Grade 2 - Alaric Rodriguez – Ms. Tami Wile; Grade 3 - David Fernandez - Padilla - Ms. Fenhoff; Grade 4 - Travis Platter – Ms. Norman; Grade 5 - Sabrina Gordillo-Perez – Ms. Smith. Standing behind students are, Ms. Darczuk, counselor and 
Ms. Rodriguez, Dean of Students.
 
Students are recognized by Papa John’s and receive a free pizza. Thank you Papa John’s for sponsoring our Students of the Month program and continued support. We greatly appreciate it!       
 
Jr. Prinicipal For the Day!
Stanley Switlik Elementary recently completed their Read-a-thon fundraiser.  Students secured pledges for reading in the amount of $6,677.92.  These funds will be used to further the literacy program for students at Switlik.  The highest pledge winners in each grade received $25.00 in Book Bucks to spend with Scholastic Book Clubs. The student bringing in the highest amount of pledges was rewarded with the honor of “Junior Principal for the Day”.  Jack Dunn, a first grader, and Sara Bernal, a fifth grader, tied for this recognition.  Both students did a terrific job carrying out their responsibilities of providing leadership for the elementary school.  Congratulations, Sara and Jack!  A HUGE ‘Thank you” to students, parents and the community for supporting reading at Stanley Switlik Elementary.



Jr. Principals:  seated left to right-Sara Bernal, (Fifth grade), Jack Dunn (First Grade), Mr. Brett Unke (the REAL Principal).  Standing:  Mrs. Christina Rodriguez (Dean of Students)
 


Grade Level Winners:  (l. to r.) Jack Dunn (first grade), Stephanie Rodriguez (Kindergarten), Ella Dunn (third grade), Kirby Delgado (second grade) and Sara Bernal (fifth grade).  Kiki Hewlett (fourth grade) was absent.


 
Switlik Singers


The Switlik Singers from Switlik Elementary School performed at this year’s Christmas Tree Lighting at Fisherman’s Hospital. The 48 singers, under the direction of Jack Louden and Kristi Ferrise, are from grades 3 through 5. A big  thank you to Centennial Bank for providing pizzas for a special Holiday party for our singers.
For more information about the Switlik Singers or to schedule a performance, please contact Jack Louden at (305) 289-2490, extension 59363.
 
Hour of Code

Bring computer science to your school. Start with an Hour of Code

Computers are everywhere, but fewer schools teach computer science than 10 years ago. Good news is, we’re on our way to change this. If you heard about the Hour of Code last year, you might know it made history. In the first Hour of Code, 15 million students tried computer science. Last year, that number increased to 60 million students! The Hour of Code is a one-hour introduction to computer science, designed to demystify code and show that anybody can learn the basics.


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Chamber Beautification


The Marathon Chamber of Commerce presented Stanley Switlik Elementary School with a check for $1500 for the Chamber Beautification Program.  Pictured: Assistant Principal Christina Rodriguez, Chamber Past Chairman Ryan Elwell, Principal Brett Unke, Chamber Chairman Elect TJ Patterson and Chamber CEO Daniel Samess with Switlik students.
 
Ultimate Reader Award from our Superintendent!


Additional information regarding this award can be found at SURA folder at the Monroe County School District’s Library Learning Commons site:
http://library-learningcommons.keysschools.schoolfusion.us/
All promotional material is available for print in Spanish, English, and Creole.
 
To learn more about the value of reading beyond the school day and get a personalized at-home reading plan, please visit the Florida Department of Education’s Just Take 20 site:
http://www.justtake20.org/#whatIsJT20
October Students of the Month


Stanley Switlik is so proud of and recognizes our Positive Behavior Students (PBS) Students of the Month for October. These students represent their grade level for exemplifying students who make positive choices. This includes helping others and demonstrating positive leadership skills. They are bottom row from left; Grade   3– Brian Broche – Ms. Depastino; Kindergarten – Elizabeth Perez; Grade  1 – Isaac Lagos Ms. Mercury. Row 2 from left; Grade 2 – Eduardo Garcia – Ms. Sullivan; Grade  4  - Kaesha Christian – Ms. Young; Grade 5 – Ashley Eick – Ms. Ozbun, Counselor, Ms. Darczuk. Not pictured here is PK student, Josue Vargas – Ms. Bass.
 
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