New Art in the Childress Family Gallery
Artwork by the following classes will be on display in the Childress Family Gallery through the end of the school year and over the summer:
  • Kindergarten Class of Jennie Curtis & Margaret Sasser
  • Kindergarten Class of Laura Thwaite & Mary Galloway
  • First Grade Class of Joanie Ehlers & Mary Grace Easterling
  • First Grade Class of Jill Marshall & Katie Oates
  • First Grade Class of Kathy McArthur & Jessica Cerverizzo

Please stop by to see the art the next time you are on campus. Thank you to our wonderful volunteers who helped display student art this year! If you would like to help next year, please fill out the willingness to volunteer survey or contact Vicki Ahnrud.

BAMfest This Friday!

BAMfest is coming up this Friday, May 18! It is a celebration of books, art, music, movement, and technology! Parents are invited to join us - while on campus, you will visit the classroom, art room, activity center, or the dining hall for special performances and presentations. Students may wear a Schenck School t-shirt and uniform bottom.

Please see the schedule below for grade-specific times. Contact your classroom teacher if you have questions.

  • Kindergarten, first, and second grade parents - 8:15 - 9:45 a.m.
  • Third and sixth grade parents - 10:15 - 11:45 a.m.
  • Fourth and fifth grade parents - 12:15 - 1:45 p.m.
A Message from the School Nurse About Your Child's Medication

As the school year comes to a close, please know that we do not send medication home with students at the end of the year. If you have supplied the school with medication (prescription or over-the-counter) for your child, a parent will need to pick up any remaining medication from the clinic no later than Friday, May 25. Any medication not picked up by that day will be disposed of according to school policy. Questions or concerns? Contact school nurse Adrianne Thomas.

A Message from the Director of Admissions

We know that the incidence of dyslexia in families is very high. If you are seeing signs that your other children are struggling, contact Peggy Hendrix to set up a sibling screening. If you aren't sure what to look for, read Peggy's most recent Read Rise Fly blog post, entitled "If You've Seen One Dyslexic, You've Seen One Dyslexic." The post talks about the familial clustering of dyslexia and shares some of dyslexia's red flags to look for. The Read Rise Fly blog can be found on the School website under the Resources tab. It is a collection of posts from our experts on a variety of topics and is updated often. Be sure to check it out and subscribe to notifications!