• Silver Bay Elementary School Celebrates School Violence Awareness/Red Ribbon Week

    October 21st-30th National School Violence Awareness Week is an important opportunity to promote a safe environment for students throughout the school year! Red Ribbon Week is a time to teach our children about drug awareness and encourage our children to be “Proud to be Drug Free! ” Monday: Students and teachers will sign the “Stop the Violence” poster as a pledge to keep our school safe. Tuesday: “Put a Cap on School Violence” – Students and staff are encouraged to wear a hat to school to show their commitment to keeping the school a safe place. Wednesday: “United We Stand against School Violence” – Students and staff are encouraged to wear Red, White, and Blue or patriotic attire to show our unity in keeping our community safe. Thursday: “Red Day” – Wear RED attire for “Red Ribbon Week” and to show your commitment in being drug free! Friday: “Fun to be Fit and Drug Free” – Students and staff are encouraged to wear workout attire and participate in our group fitness classes that will take place in the gym. Monday: “Say Peace Out to Drugs!” – Wear peace sign or tie-dye attire. Tuesday: “I Mustache Ask You to Not Do Drugs!” – Students will receive “mustaches” to wear for the day to show our support in keeping Silver Bay drug free! Wednesday: “Say Boo to Drugs!” – Wear your Halloween costumes to school and participate in the school wide parade.
  • Elementary Parent/ Teacher November Conference Schedule

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  • New Security Procedures:

    Please see the attached letter regarding the Raptor System that has been installed in our school.

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