During the month of May, we aim to inspire bravery. When you are brave, you have a quality of spirit that enables you to face danger or pain without showing fear. Being brave doesn’t mean you don’t fear the adversity; it means you have the strength of will to overcome whatever fear you have.
Anyone who has ever found themselves searching for the perfect quote can appreciate our latest article. You know what it’s like to find that one website that has so many options to choose from, don’t you?
Our latest article is what you might stumble upon searching for the perfect quote about our remarkable school.
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Summit’s Be Motivated Step Challenge was able to award the winning team with lunch provided by @hartellsjukebox
Thank you to all who participated, we look forward to the next step challenge.
Kyle Hassell goes beyond bringing the community together
Summit School Senior Childcare Worker and Vocational Counselor, led a donation effort among staff and students last month in the wake of the Bronx Apartment Fire, finding the silver lining his students could grab onto.
Kyle Hassell has worked for Summit School over the last 20 years, playing a significant role in the lives of so many students throughout that time. As a Vocational Counselor, Kyle spends a lot of time off campus with students as part of the work-based learning program that prepares students for life after graduation.
“Seeing the kids move on and start the next chapter of their lives, that’s what it’s really about for me…I want to see them succeed,” he said.
In the following video, we learn about what happened from Kyle’s perspective in the days after the tragedy. Not only did Kyle bring the community together to help support those in need, but he used it as an opportunity to get students involved. Kyle’s ability to understand how these experiences serve the students is remarkable.
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A Sitdown with DJ Mike Siegel
“I love to share my knowledge and expertise from my many years in the music industry. Summit School offered me the perfect opportunity to work with students who need inspiration and guidance in all aspects of the music industry.”
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DID YOU KNOW: SPN was one of the projects that came out of our Power Lunch Club, where we invite students to share ideas to create school-based businesses and service-learning ventures that will bring opportunity, positivity and generosity to Summit School, and the surrounding, community.