WHAT WE DO
Our goal is to create the best possible elementary school experience for each and every student at Summer Street School. We achieve this through the coordinated efforts of enthusiastic and hard working volunteers, teachers and administration working together.
Donate to the Summer Street School PTO
To donate to the SSS PTO, click here and please specify the fundraiser you are donating to. Thank you for your support!
SUMMER STREET SCHOOL PTO is thrilled to announce a new fundraising opportunity with Lifetouch and Shutterfly. We’ve created a custom online storefront where you can shop the extensive Shutterfly collection of holiday cards, photo books, gifts, premium stationery, keepsakes, home décor and so much more—and for every purchase made, Shutterfly will donate 8% to our organization. AND, you can shop all year long, not just during the holidays!
Now, you can earn even more cash for Summer Street School through the Box Tops Bonus App!
Here's how it works:
1. Download the FREE Bonus App
2. Buy participating products
3. Scan your receipt
4. Earn money for SSS
To get started: CLICK HERE
Race for Education
Summer Street School
Wednesday, Nov 27th
Our Biggest Fundraiser of the Year!
On Wednesday, November 27th, 2019 all SSS students will be participating in our eleventh annual Race for Education. As always, the funds raised will be used to support several key initiatives aligned with the 2019-2020 School Improvement Plan. Stay tuned for more information about the selected initiatives!
Additionally, we would like to continue to fund our outstanding series of Enrichment programs that enhance new curriculum standards. We rely on the funds raised from the Race for Education to bring these initiatives to life!
And remember...Families are invited to attend the Race and cheer on their students. We look forward to seeing you on November 27th!
KEY DATES TO REMEMBER
First Day of School (grades 1-4) - Wednesday, 8/28 - 8:20 AM
Kindergarten Meet & Greet - Wednesday, 8/28 - 10-11 AM
Kindergarten Orientation - Thursday, 8/29 - Schedules sent by SSS Office
No School - Professional Development - Friday, 8/30
No School - Labor Day - Monday, 9/2
Half Day - Professional Development - Wednesday, 9/4 (11:30 Dismissal)
Open House - Thursday, 9/5 - 6:30-8:30
First PTO Meeting - Wednesday, 9/11 - 7 PM
Newcomers Potluck - Monday, 9/23 (Stay tuned for more information)
No School - Rosh Hashanah - Monday, 9/30
Half Day - Professional Development - Wednesday, 10/2 (11:30 Dismissal)
No School - Yom Kippur - Wednesday, 10/9
No School - Columbus Day - Monday, 10/14
Kindergarten Parents' Night Out - Thursday, October 17th at 7:30 PM - Check your email for details!
Spooktacular - Saturday, 10/19 (Rain Date - Sunday, 10/20) - 4:30-8 PM
Half Day - Professional Development - Thursday, 11/6 (11:30 Dismissal)
PTO Meeting - Wednesday, 11/6 - 7 PM
No School - Veterans Day - Monday, 11/11
Half Day - Elementary Conferences - Tuesday, 11/12 (11:30 Dismissal)
Half Day - Elementary Conferences - Thursday, 11/21 (11:30 Dismissal)
Race for Education - Wednesday, November 27th
* Don't forget to purchase your LET (Lynnfield Educational Trust) calendar at Open House in the All Purpose Room. The calendar includes ALL 2019-2020 SSS and Lynnfield Public School dates. A "must have" for busy families!
2019-2020 PTO Board
Please welcome our PTO Executive Board members and committed event chairs and volunteers for the upcoming school year!
Christina Serra, Jessica Incerto & Pam MacDonald
Director of Communications:
Director of Enrichment:
Directors of Community Relations:
Director of Fundraising:
PLEASE CLICK HERE for our complete list of PTO positions and volunteers. There are always opportunities to get involved. Interested? Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Because of your Generous Donations...
We are thrilled to share all the areas your donations funded last year:
Mass Audubon’s Drumlin Farm: Winter Survivors
Mass Audubon’s Drumlin Farm: Seasonal Discovery
Discovery Museums – Forces in Motion
Mass Audubon’s Drumlin Farm: Animal Senses
New England Aquarium Tide Pool Habitats
Bridges Enrichment with Pete Miele
Discovery Museums – Dinosaurs
Discovery Museums Forces in Magnetism
Green City Growers
Museum of Science – Animal Adaptations
Sugar Detectives Orienteering Program
Circuits Enrichment with Pete Miele
Author Mordecai Gerstein (Grades 3-4)
Sheryl Faye Presents: Sally Ride (Grades 1-2)
Sheryl Faye Presents: Anne Frank (Grades 3-4)
Kindergarten Parents’ Night Out
Breakfast For Dinner
Screen Free Week
4th Grade “Moving On” Events
End of Year Picnic
Logistics & Community Relations
Teachers’ Welcome Back Luncheon
Staff Start-Up Cash
Kindergarten Meet & Greet
Winter Pick-Me-Up Luncheon
Teacher Appreciation Week
Fine Arts Night
Third and Fourth Grade Student Assignment Pads
Teachers’ Room Water
Constant Contact (email service)
One-Time Contributions (such as Mindfulness Pillows)
One-Time “Race for Education” Initiatives
40 Foot Cordless Mat/Mat Locking System for Climbing Wall - $3,207
Classroom-based Visits from Poet Andrew Green of Potato Hill Poetry (K-4) - $2,250
$250 to all 25 Classroom Libraries for Diversified Options for Independent Reading Texts - $6,250
Initiatives from School Improvement Plan:
40 Chrome Books for Allocation for Use in Upper Elementary Classrooms (3 each in each 2nd, 3rd and 4th Grade classrooms)
For the Speech Department: Social Skills Games
For each classroom: yoga balls in each classroom
For Second Grade: 2 EACH of the following SEL Literature:
Your Fantastic, Elastic Brain; The Book of Mistakes; Beautiful Oops; The Girl Who Never Made Mistakes
For Occupational Therapy/Physical Therapy Department, new sensory equipment to help with self-regulation: mini trampoline, adjustable ropes for suspended equipment, swing, hammock swing
For the Physical Education Department: 12 eight foot long jumpropes, 4" rainbow fleece balls, 6 duracoat gatorskin balls, 12 5" bean bags
For SSS, all grades: More Guided Reading books for each grade
And May's winner is...
Thank you to all who have supported our Box Tops program! Keep up your great work! Please remember that each Box Top is worth 10¢ and quickly adds up to real cash for our school. Clipping Box Tops is an easy way for you to help supplement our school's fundraising needs to support enrichment programs, special events and even classroom supplies.
Collect UNEXPIRED Box Tops in an envelope or sealable bag. Please check expiration dates!
Label With Your Teacher's Name to receive credit for your classroom
Turn-in Box Tops to School via backpack or drop in the collection box outside the SSS office
Visit: www.boxtops4education.com to see the extensive list of participating products, obtain coupons, enter online sweepstakes and more!
Sign-Up Online to track SSS's earning progress and compare to other schools
How to download:
Open Google Calendar on a computer. Note: You can only import from a computer, not a phone or tablet.
In the top right, click Settings > Settings.
Open the Calendars tab.
Click Import calendar between the "My calendars" and "Other Calendars" sections.
Click Choose File and select the file you exported. The file should end in "ics" or "csv"
Choose which calendar to add the imported events to. By default, events will be imported into your primary calendar.