The International Day of Peace gave our students the chance to think about what peace means and how they can create peace. Watch how our Middle School students worked together for a larger goal, demonstrating how everyone has a part to play in building a culture of peace.
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Students can log into Canvas, our Learning Management System, via app or desktop. For the desktop, you first must log into your school Office 365 account before you can proceed to your Canvas dashboard.Read More
Parent-Teacher Conferences are Thursday, Jan. 28 and Friday, Jan. 29 – these are school-free days while Teachers meet and update parents on student progress. All conferences will take place via Zoom.
During the conferences, Teachers share student strengths, areas needing improvement and ways to always raise the bar. We always suggest to our parents that they identify and prioritize key questions or information that should be shared in order to ensure that those areas have been addressed.
Corbett Prep learned this week that our Middle School Thespian Troupe's mainstage production of Yo, Vikings! will be showcased at the state Thespian Festival in March! This is a first for Corbett Prep. This is a phenomenal achievement, and everyone involved deserves to feel immense pride in this accomplishment.
Earlier this school year, our one-act play, the Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon, was also selected to compete at the state festival. Corbett Prep will also submit 12 Individual Events entries to states. Congratulations to Troupe 88622!
An abundance of online resources as well as in-person tours adjusted for safety help families research potential schools for their children, even during a pandemic. Corbett Prep talks to Tampa Bay Parenting about how to prepare for a tour and questions to ask admissions directors.
Do you need to consider middle school when you are searching for an elementary school for your child? Yes, you do. Here are 5 reasons parents should look for a K-8 program.