Harvest Drive Winners!
A big, giant thank you to all our Dolphins and their families for the generous donations to our Fall Harvest Drive. In all, we had 1174 food items donated! What a fabulous response! Dolphins rock! Also, we wish to congratulate Ms. Higgins and her students for winning our collection contest! Ms. Higgins will receive a gift card and her class will receive an ice cream party but the real winners are all the people who will benefit from the food drive.
Boundary Change Meeting
Zone Family Literacy Night
Please join us to learn about reading strategies to help your child become a successful reader at the Coconut Creek Innovation Zone Family Literacy Night! The Literacy Night is on Monday, November 16th starting at 6:30 pm at Margate Elementary. Let's work together to help your child achieve!
3rd Annual Harvest Feast
The School Board of Broward County and the Broward County Council PTA/PTSA would like to invite our parents and families to attend the 3rd Annual Harvest Feast. This FREE event will be held at 3 different locations on Saturday, November 21st from 11:30 am to 2:00 pm. At the Harvest Feast there will be food, entertainment, and prizes and giveaways. Again, this event is FREE! If you and your family would like to attend, please contact our school social worker, Ms. Suze Jean, at 754-322-4612 or at 754-322-4600, to reserve your spot. For the locations and more information, please click here to see the flyer.
Fall Harvest Drive
As we approach Thanksgiving, let's remember those in our community in need. Please donate to our Fall Harvest Drive here at Silver Lakes Middle. We will be accepting donations of non-perishable food items from Monday, November 2nd to Friday, November 6th. Items can be dropped off in the office or given to your student's first or second period teacher. The class that collects the most donations will receive an ice cream party. So send in those donations and help out those in need in our community.
Friday, November 20th is our next Jeans Day. Jeans Day is a fundraiser for the school where students can donate $1 and wear jeans instead of their uniform pants on that day (no ripped jeans or low hanging jeans allowed.) Students are required to wear uniform tops with their jeans. All proceeds collected from this fundraiser will go towards the students. Jeans Days will be held once or twice a month all school year.