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Welcome to Sheridan Terrace!

Sheridan Terrace Elementary, dedicated in 2003, serves students from Kindergarten through fourth grade. A dedicated Schoolwide Title I committee of parents, teachers, specialists, and administrators meet regularly to ensure high quality, responsive instruction and to monitor students' academic growth.  

School News

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2 Hour Early Dismissal - Friday, May 10, 2024

There will be a 2 hour early dismissal on Friday, May 10, 2024. Full day Kdg., and grades 1-4 will be dismissed at 1:30 PM. AM Kdg. will arrive at 9 AM and be dismissed at 10:55 AM. PM Kdg. will arrive at 11:35 AM and dismissed at 1:30 PM.
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Kindergarten Celebration 2024 - 4th Annual Kinder-Grammies - Friday, May 17

We will be celebrating our Kdg. students on Tuesday, May 21, there will be two shows. Rooms 12 (Mrs. Mochar) and 13 AM (Mrs. Lynn) will have their celebration at 9:45 AM. Family members should enter through door 1, doors will open at 9:30 AM. Rooms 11 (Mrs. Hornick) and 13 PM (Mrs. Lynn) will have their celebration at 1:45 PM, door 1 will open at 1:30 PM. There will be cookies and drinks served after the show.
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Night with the Young Knights - Session #3 - Monday, April 15, 2024 6-8 PM

Night with the Young Knights ~ Session 3 is coming.
If your child will be entering kindergarten in the fall, join us for the final session of Night with the Young Knights on Monday, April 15, 2024. Registration for this event will close on Friday, April 5, 2024, at 4:00 PM.
All incoming kindergarten students and their families are welcome to attend the third session of Night with the Young Knights!
This event will focus on building your math readiness, phonemic awareness, and
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Who: Any students entering K in August 2024
When: Monday, April 15, 2024 – Building Tour at 6:05 and Program at 6:30
Where: Your child’s home elementary school
Please click on the title to access the link to register!
SAP

Sheridan Terrace Student Assistance Program 2023-2024

What is the Student Assistance Program?
This program helps students overcome barriers to learning so that they achieve, remain in school, and advance. It is an intervention program, not a treatment program that integrates a process of information gathering, and referral through a team. Parental permission is necessary for this program.

The Sheridan Terrace SAP team is (back row) Ms. Laughery, Miss Guzik, Mr. Mainwaring, Mrs. Ogg, Mrs. Karcher, and Mrs. Miklos.  (front row) Mrs. Bell, Ms. Livolsi, Mr. Kozar, Mrs. Edmonds, and Mrs. McLaughlin.
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