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Spencer Crossing
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End of Year Letter

Dear Spencer Crossing Families,

As we extend our remote learning through the end of this school year, I wanted to share how thankful I am for all of you, as well as how proud I am of all our families. This is definitely not the way we wanted to end our school year, as we are heartbroken not to be able to see our students in person.  However, we have truly enjoyed seeing how hard they have worked and the amazing pictures of learning being done at home thus far.

Some housekeeping information: Terra Nova results will be mailed out May 11th. Due to the yearbook company not being able to work, our yearbooks will be available to students next school year. Our 6th graders’ yearbooks will be sent to Martino/their Junior High.  Your student’s class composite will also be available next school year. 

I cannot thank everyone enough for your endless hours of volunteering, chaperoning, reading, organizing, donating and doing whatever was necessary to support students—both at home and at school.  Special thanks to our PTO who, as usual, went above and beyond the call of duty to provide whatever was necessary to add to our students’ already rich school experience. A big shout out to our Spencer Crossing Staff for continuing to navigate through E-Learning as well as all the hard work done throughout the year. We couldn’t have been this successful without the endless energy, skills and devotion they have given. 

A final word to the Silverhawk students: Thank you for all your hard work throughout the school year and E-Learning.  I am so honored to be your principal; you make me proud to be a Silverhawk.  This year, some of you have discovered yourselves, some of you have become amazing leaders, some of you have excelled at helping others which makes my heart happy, and some of you are still finding your unique place in the world, and that is okay, too. The best part for me: all of you made progress in some way.  And that is what matters most! To my 6th graders moving on to Junior High, I want to wish you the very best. I am grateful for your joy, humor, and amazing talents. Best wishes as I will miss you all greatly—please come back and visit and  be sure to tell me what you accomplish!

Thank you again for your continued support and teamwork as we finish our unique school year. We miss you dearly. If we can assist in any way, please don’t hesitate to reach out. 

Until next school year, here’s wishing you love, laughter, health, and continued learning.


Megan Calleros, Principal
Brian Laack, Assistant Principal