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HEADS' LETTER: Oct. 15, 2020

After-School Activities Session II

We are excited to offer students the opportunity to participate in our wonderful After-School Activities (ASA) program.

With 15 available options, After-School Activities enrich the Corbett Prep experience by allowing students to go above and beyond. Students of all ages can enjoy favorite hobbies, explore new interests, and challenge themselves artistically and athletically.

After reviewing our protocols in place and our campus procedures, After-School Activities Session II will begin the week of Oct. 19. Each program will have safety protocols specific to each area to align with our Back-to-School Plan. All programming will be reviewed daily based on safety and is subject to change if the need arises.

For further information please contact Dewey Wong, Jr. at (813) 961-3087 x301 or via email at

Sign Up for ASA

Corbett Prep Honors Hispanic Heritage Month by Celebrating History, Culture, Traditions and Contributions

By the Spanish Team

Hispanic Heritage Month, observed from Sept. 15-Oct. 15, is an opportunity to honor people from more than 21 different nations around the world who share a related cultural heritage.

At Corbett Prep, we celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with colorful representations that our students enjoy creating. From flags to banners, these decorations show Hispanic traditions and influence in creative and beautiful ways.

Kindergarten and Upper Primary Division learned about influential Hispanics who have given great contributions to humanity. The Intermediate Division gathered information about countries and locations where Spanish continues to be an official language. Middle School students presented a research project of well-known Hispanics who have contributed to society in many different fields.

It is a privilege for us to see our students demonstrating an appreciation for other cultures!


SAVE THE DATE: Edu/Coffee-Talk With Dr. Joyce Now on Zoom!

You are invited to join Dr. Swarzman at 8:05 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 21!

An Edu/Coffee-TALK focuses on the many cutting-edge educational initiatives that Corbett Prep brings to our students and teachers in and out of the classrooms and is also an opportunity for parents to learn together. A Q&A will also generate opportunities to remain up to date with what we all believe makes Corbett Prep an extraordinary environment for learning ... even during the COVID era!

Edu/Coffee Talks are always fun and informative and a great way to begin your day.

Register in advance for this meeting on Zoom! After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

School-Free Day on Oct. 23

Friday, Oct. 23 is a professional study day for Teachers and a school-free day for students.

Corbett Prep Teachers will be studying together for an in-service day in the Olympic tradition of the "best getting better." School resumes on Monday, Oct. 26!

We wish our Corbett Prep community a great long weekend filled with opportunities to enjoy practicing our long-time favorite Four-Letter Words... "Kind, Care, Give, Help" and remembering that "NICE IS A GOOD THING!"

Halloween at Corbett Prep

We are excited to follow our tradition of bringing the magic of Halloween to Corbett Prep (with a twist).

Classroom Teachers are busy creating an engaging and educational day and will send specific directions regarding the day soon. Although we will be parade- and parent-free this year, students will still enjoy the excitement that comes with a Corbett Prep Halloween.

We have a couple of surprises up our sleeves to make the day one to remember! Stay tuned for more information!

Middle School Thespian Troupe 88622 Presents "The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon"

All 209 fairy tales of The Brothers Grimm are turned on their heads in this fast-paced, rollicking ride!

The show dates are Friday, Oct. 23 at 5:30 p.m. and Saturday, Oct. 24 at 5:30 p.m.

You have two options for viewing this performance. Join us "in person" on the Middle School field or join us "virtually" from your own home!

Ticket links are live! View the links below to order your tickets. Please note: there are 2 different websites for ticketing. Use EventBrite for in-person tickets and Broadway on Demand for virtual tickets.

Have questions? Please contact Seth Travaglino.

In-person Tickets

Option #1: Join us at Corbett Prep on the Middle School field for a socially distant viewing of the play. We have taken ultimate safety precautions and are ready to welcome you on campus to view this show!

The play will be presented outdoors on the Middle School field.

You can purchase a "box" that can fit up to 4 seats for you and your family. Boxes are eight feet long and will be six feet away from other family boxes.

You MUST reserve your box/seats ahead of time. Due to safety precautions, there will be zero walk-up tickets allowed for this performance.

Want to join us on-campus?

Here are the links to purchase tickets to see the show in person:

Virtual Tickets

Option #2: Join us "virtually" from your own home for a viewing of the play!

If you are unable to join us on campus and would like to view the show, you can purchase a virtual ticket and enjoy this show from anywhere in the world!

This live viewing of the show will happen in front of an audience and will be streamed to you.

Want to purchase a live streaming ticket?

Here are the links to purchase a virtual ticket.

Ice Cream is Back!

Help support your 8th Grade Class of 2021 by purchasing ice cream for your child/children. Profits raised help fund the 8th grade graduation festivities. It's a SWEET deal for everyone!

Ice Cream is $2 each and will be served during lunch. At this time, we are taking orders for October through December 2020.

East Side Tuesday Dates: 10/20, 10/27, 11/3, 11/10, 11/17, 11/24, 12/1, 12/8, 12/15

West Side Thursday Dates: 10/22, 10/29, 11/5, 11/12, 11/19, 12/3, 12/10, 12/17

Sign up by FRIDAY, OCT. 16 through the Parent Portal.

Parent-Faculty Association (PFA) News

By PFA President Lauren Lipschutz

Corbett Prep's 26th Annual Peacock Classic Golf Tournament will take place Oct. 26 at Carrollwood Country Club.

Spend the day at the golf course enjoying time with friends and colleagues as you raise money for cutting-edge technology at our school. You can register online today as a sponsor or to play as an individual or in a foursome in the tournament.

NEW: Send a Teacher to the golf course! You can buy one raffle ticket for $25 or 5 tickets for $100 for a Teacher to attend the Peacock Classic!

We also invite you to register now for bidding in our first Living Room Social, a virtual auction and party on Nov. 7. Both events are open to the community, so feel free to share the link.

Register for Golf and Social