New Day Academy staff and students returned to classes on Thursday, August 21, and this was one memorable day. The hallways were filled with new and returning faces. The students and staff rallied the hallways with the sounds of laughter and high fives. The tone for an exciting year was definitely set and the teachers were ready and roaring to start the road of educational success. “Committed to A New Day” is this year’s theme. New Day Academy is looking to do new and exciting things for the 2014-2015 school year. New Day Academy welcomes the new teachers at the lower school Ms. Wheaton, Mrs. McCormack, Ms. Gray, and the teachers at the upper school Ms. House, Mrs. Corvey, and Ms. Melendez. Our students and staff was asked to take an oath and commit to our vison for success. New Day Academy is still enrolling K thru 10 and ready to prepare our future leaders of tomorrow.
New Day Academy is enrolling now for students K thru 10. New Day’s approach to preparing young people for success includes a rigorous academic program, character development and a supportive learning environment. New Day Academy students are provided a college-prep curriculum and leadership training in a safe environment. Our well-rounded curriculum prepares students for college or career and our caring educators are committed to seeing students achieve. Call 216.849.0974 if you want to ensure that your student is positioned to succeed. Call New Day Academy, where we believe every child deserves a world class school, to ENROLL TODAY.
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New Day Academy provided free ice cream to youth who attended an Ice Cream Social in June. The event, which included several fun activities and games, brought awareness to all the great things going on at New Day Academy. New Day Academy’s cheerleaders were also on-hand to show some school spirit and all participants were given goodie bags.
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New Day Academy’s Youth Academy combined educational workshops and fun activities for area youth during a two-week summer leadership program in July.
The two-week program was designed to provide youth with the tools that they need to be successful. It engaged the minds of 6th, 7th and 8th grade students from New Day and other area schools. They participated in fun, interactive workshops, such as social media etiquette, airbrushing, bullying, personal hygiene, storytelling, financial literacy, hip hop dance and leadership development.
Our Real Talk sessions gave students a chance to talk about violence, self-esteem and decision making. The students were able to make new friends, develop team-building skills and apply what they learned through artistic presentations. Students who successfully completed the camp, attended a skating party at the Pla-Mor.
Congratulations to all of the Youth Academy participants.