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Register for the Dyslexia Dash Now

Ready, set, DASH.... Please help celebrate October as Dyslexia Awareness Month by joining Team Schenck School in the Dyslexia Dash. The Schenck School is proud to be a Diamond Sponsor of the event.

Why: The Dyslexia Dash provides family fun while raising money for important dyslexia resources, including low-cost teacher training, seminars, support groups, and referral and advocacy services. There will be three different running events, a family fun zone, raffle, and lots of school spirit!

When: Saturday, October 14

8:10 a.m. Schenck School Team Photo

8:30 a.m. 5K Run/Walk

8:30 a.m. Untimed Fun Run

9:30 a.m. New Kids Dash (kids age 8 and under)

Where: Perimeter Mall, 4400 Ashford Dunwoody Road

How: Register by clicking here and selecting the Schenck School team. The discounted rate ends September 30. Questions? Contact Kendall Kerew.


Schenck School Alum David Flink Featured at DyslexiaCon17

The International Dyslexia Association Conference will be held in Atlanta November 8-11, and we are proud to be a Diamond Sponsor. Schenck School alumnus David Flink is a keynote speakers on Saturday, November 11. Mr. Flink will be presenting the Closing General Session, "Thinking Differently: Reframing Learning for a New Generation." In this presentation, he will discuss what it means to be a "different thinker" and how we can make strides toward creating a world in which every learner is recognized. At the core is a message of personal empowerment, academic success, and educational revolution for people who think differently. Do not miss this inspiring session! Click here to register.


Schenck School News (SSN) Broadcast

Schenck School News (SSN) is a morning news broadcast written, filmed, and edited by sixth grade students every other week. Normally, the broadcast is shown on Friday mornings. The kids did a great job on their first broadcast of the year. Check it out! http://schenckmlt.weebly.com/

Butterflies in Kindergarten

Kindergarten students released their butterflies this week after studying their life cycle from caterpillar, to chrysalis, to butterfly.