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2019 Bayshore Christian School Golf Tournament

The 2019 Bayshore Christian School golf tournament is on Saturday, September 28, 2019, with an 8:30 a.m. shotgun start at Rogers Park Golf Course. The cost is $100 per player or $360 per foursome. The day will include golf, awards, and lunch. Visit our Online Payments page to pay entry fees, or mail a check, payable to Bayshore Christian School and note golf tournament, to: Bayshore Christian School, Attention: Mark Proffitt, 3909 South MacDill Avenue, Tampa, Florida 33611. Proceeds support the Bayshore Christian School mission program and varsity golf team. Shanks for the memories!

Upper Division Summer Reading Assignment

At Bayshore Christian School, it is our mission to provide a premiere college preparatory for your child. The goal for each upper division English student is to develop critical thinking skills when reading and writing text, to gain superior reading comprehension and writing capability, and to feel prepared moving to a collegiate level English class. To that end, we have a summer reading assignment for all upper division students, including those enrolled in AP Language and AP Literature. Should students or families have any questions regarding this assignment, please contact Ms. Emily Stoops, upper division English teacher.

Middle and Upper Division Student School Supplies 2019–2020

Bayshore Christian School middle and upper division families can get a jump on back to school shopping by checking out the middle division school supply list and upper division school supply list below. Middle division students may bring their supplies to open campus on Monday, August 5. Upper division students may wait to bring supplies until the first day of classes on Wednesday, August 7. We wish all our Faith Warrior families a joyous summer break and cannot wait to see your smiling faces back on campus soon!

Middle Division Summer Math

It's important for all students to review math concepts and processes during the summer. Intentional practice of math skills will help students reach mastery, increase fluency, and reinforce skill areas and knowledge. We've prepared a fun calendar of math for the months of June and July. There is one problem per day for each weekday; however, students may determine their own pacing. Middle division students should bring their completed summer math calendars back to school with them in August.

Early Childhood and Lower Division School Supply Lists for the 2019–2020 School Year

Summer is here and a new school year is just around the corner! Our students in grades prekindergarten through fourth may find their school supply lists below. Bayshore Christian School will once again partner with School Tool Box. Proceeds of all online early childhood and lower division school supply orders will benefit Feed My Starving Children. Last year it was an honor that our partnership with School Tool Box and Feed My Starving Children fed over 430 children for a year.

Please bring all school supplies to your child's classroom during the open campus on Monday, August 5. Families ordering supplies from School Tool Box should place orders online at School Tool Box by Monday, July 15. For questions regarding early childhood and lower division school supplies, please contact Ms. Angie Bailey, principal, by email.

Middle Division Summer Reading

Bayshore Christian School middle division includes students entering grades fifth through eighth. Our middle school faculty recognizes both the importance of summer reading, balanced with the need for middle school students to have autonomy and diversity in learning. To that end, we have compiled a list of grade-appropriate pieces of literature from which our middle school students may choose to read this summer. Students should complete one book report, outlined in our middle division summer reading list, and should keep reading journals for the remaining books they read. Students will present both the book report and reading journal to the middle division reading faculty upon return to school this fall. Happy reading, middle schoolers!

Lower Division Summer Reading and Math

It is important for students to stay engaged in learning over the summer, both to reinforce what they've learned the previous school year and to ensure they can hit the ground running once the new school year commences. To that end, our elementary faculty has put together a summer reading directive and log, as well as suggested activities, expectation of mastered skills, and learning log for math skills.

We wish all our students a fun summer, and believe learning is a lifelong pursuit! Should lower division students have any questions regarding summer reading or math, please don't hesitate to contact Lower Division Principal, Ms. Angie Bailey.