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    Early Release Times

    Middle School:  7:55am-10:30am

    Elementary School:  8:55am-11:30am


    District Early Release Dates: 

    December 10 – Lower Keys

    December 18 – End of 2nd QTR Grades

    February 10 – Proposed Parent Conference – Mid Term

    February 25 – Lower Keys Professional Development

    March 19th – End of 3rd QTR Grades

     Return to school for the Winter break on January 5th will  be  "A" day for Middle School Students 



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  • CONGRATULATIONS to Mr. Lee Hartnett

    for being this year’s 2020-2021

    Inclusion Teacher of the YEAR!


    Congratulations to the 2020-2021 

    Student Council Officers 

    Student Council President: Nash Parker Caron

    Secretary:  Yaneicee Grimon

    Historian: Nathan Radiewjewski

    Treasure: Shane Miller 

    8th Grade Vice President: Emily North

    7th Grade Vice President: Rasul Cooper

    6th Grade Vice President: Jazmyn Devoe

Monroe County School District Moderate Level of Exposure What Parents Need to Know About Re-Opening/ Distrito Escolar del Condado de Monroe Nivel de exposición moderado Lo que los padres deben saber sobre la reapertura

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  • Mrs. Marissa Means Selected as Sugarloaf School's 2020-2021 Teacher of the Year

    Sugarloaf teachers selected Mrs. Marissa Means as the 2020-2021 Teacher of the Year. Ms. Means is our Media Specialist; however, this year she has taken on many hats also serving as our reading coach, Building Level Planning Team member, she supported our 3rd grade teachers as an overage teacher and supports administration in various way with scheduling, testing and other supports. Additionally, Mrs. Means also supports may district initiatives, such as Youth Mental Health, our Social Studies initiatives, Literacy and technology support. Mrs. Means seeks out ways to support all our students and staff. We are proud to have her represent the awesome Teachers of Sugarloaf School as our Teacher of the Year. Congratulations Marissa!

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    Congratulations to our Shark Family: Teachers, Students, Parents and Staff for helping become a 2019-2020 Gold Tier 1 FLPBIS Model School! We’ve put in the hard work and have been awarded Model School status.

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    Current Stanley Switlik principal, Brett Unke, has been chosen as Sugarloaf School’s (SLS) next principal, according to Superintendent Mark Porter. Unke, will take over for current principal Harry Russell, who moves to the district’s Executive Director for Personnel Support and Instructional Leadership role beginning 2020-2021 school year. “Mr. Unke is an exemplary leader and a strong advocate for public education,” Porter said. “His dedication and commitment to the students and professional educators he works with make him the ideal candidate for SLS.” As the Principal of Stanley Switlik Elementary School for the past seven years, Unke has implemented programs such as Positive Behavior Intervention Support (PBIS), Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID), while continually achieving 5 STAR and Gold ratings for the top rated elementary school. Unke was also the administrative lead for the construction the new Stanley Switlik Elementary campus in Marathon. His construction background will be tapped once again as Sugarloaf school enters the planning phase for its upcoming school construction project. “Sugarloaf School is fortunate to have Brett Unke as their new principal,” said incoming Superintendent Theresa Axford, who also selected Unke as a member of the MCSD Back to School Task Force. “Brett’s ability to see all facets of a multi-tiered project to completion, coupled with his strong leadership skills will greatly benefit the students, staff, and families of Sugarloaf School.” While he is proud of the great strides made at Stanley Switlik during his tenure, Unke is looking forward to his new journey at the school where he first started his lifelong passion as a career educator. “I am excited to return to where it all started,” Unke said. “My first priority, as always, will continue to be providing educational programming that serves the needs of all students equally.”

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