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We are so excited to welcome Grandparents and Grandfriends to campus tomorrow! #srscommunity #shakerroadschool ...

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It's an exciting week at Shaker Road School as we have two big events that we'd love for you to participate in!

First is Grandparents' Day, Friday, September 23. All SRS grandparents and grand-friends are invited to Shaker Road School to celebrate with their grandchildren. Come enjoy breakfast and student entertainment, and then head off to class with your grandchild. Let us know you're coming by registering at (you can also find the link on our website).

The second event is the SRS PTG Fall Golf Classic on Saturday, September 24. There is still room to register—and the more the better! This is a fun, no-pressure tournament and sure to be lots of fun with a food/drink tent, raffles, putting contest, and more! SRS parents, grandparents, alumni, and their guests are invited to join the fun!

Cost is $50/golfer and includes food and a complimentary drink ticket. Follow the @srsptg for tournament details. You can register now by sending $50/golfer to the SRS PTG via PayPal or Venmo . The PTG will then send you a link to sign up for a tee time!

#srsgrandparentsday #srsptgfallgolfclassic #srscommunity #grandparentsday

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Scenes from last week’s Pre-Kindergarten /Kindergarten Sing-Along #srsmusic #shakerroadschool #srsprek #srskindergarten #prekindergarten #earlychildhoodeducation #musicandmovement ...

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Mr. Daley shared his first day of school photo with us! It’s a new year and a new knee for Mr. Daley after knee replacement surgery over the summer! #newandimproved #welcomeback #srsfirstday2022 #shakerroadschool ...

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These two First Grade students found a red eft! Nice discovery! Thanks for sharing, Mrs. Potter! #shakerroadschool #redeft #easternnewt ...

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Erin L.

SRS Parent Testimonial

“Commitment to the arts at SRS doesn’t mean that students can’t be committed to other interests, like athletics or robotics and math team–the same kids who excel in those areas are often the ones singing, dancing, and acting.”


Ken and Alice S.

SRS Parent Testimonial

“After SRS, my children’s transition to high school was very smooth because of their preparedness to study independently, ability to exhibit strong study skills, and confidence to meet academic challenges.”


Chris S.

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