Springs Studio Updates

  • SSAE enrollment is closed for the 2018-2019 school year.

    Pre-Enrollment information for the 2019-2020 school year is located under the Enrollment tab.

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  • How to become a Volunteer at SSAE

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    Olivia Khaliqi, eleventh-grader, Best in District 49 Art Show
    Olivia Khaliqi wins District 49 art show in the 11th grade 2-D division.
    Congratulaions Olivia Khaliqi, winner of the District 49 art show for 11th grade 2-D art.


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  • Weather Delay and Closure Information: Visit our leadership update page for additional information.


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  • The Foundation for Blended and Online Learning recently announced its 2016 Student Scholarship recipients. After receiving over 750 applications, it honored 31 high school graduates in 21 states across the country. Springs Studio 2016 graduate Sierra Jarmon was one of them.


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  • Megan Yorke, tenth-grader, Best in District 49 Art Show

    Megan Yorke stands with her piece at the District 49 art show.

    Megan Yorke earned Best in Show and first place in the 10th Grade 2D Art category for her work. Congratulations Megan!


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  • Enrollment Information 2017-18


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  • Please Read - Medical Alert Notification

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  • Springs Studio for Academic Excellence ensures students not only achieve academically, but also develop healthy habits. See what we're up to on our school wellness page.

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  • Falcon Virtual Academy Art Show Winners: Congrats to Jake Marvin and Megan Yorke for their success at the District 49 Art Show. Learn about their pieces and awards here.
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  • School Accountability Committee: SSAE has SAC meetings quarterly via Schoology.  If you are interested in being a part of our SAC committee, please email Cathy Toffel at ctoffel@s49.org.

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  • For safety reasons, any non-service animal is not permitted on school grounds. Dogs and other small animals may be gentle at home but unpredictable at school when confronted by a large number of unfamiliar children. Parents/guardians, we also ask that you do not bring dogs to school events such as field day or when picking up children. Children may bring their pets to school for reports or “show and tell” as long as appropriate arrangements have been made with the child’s teacher.
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