We are so excited to be offering our newest Manatee spirit wear. There are a variety of colors and sizes available. Also, you can now order the hoodies as pull-overs or zippered jackets. See the order form for details. If you would like to place an order, please print the order form and submit to the front office with your payment prior to February 16th.
It is time to pre-order your 2017 Manatee Spirit Shirt! Just click on the link below to view the order form. To order, please print the order form and send it in with payment made to Manatee Academy. The deadline for orders is December 15, 2016. If you have any questions, please contact Ivon Suarez in the front office.
Anne Marie McDearmont and Exene Dreyer, both 8th grade Vet Prep students at Manatee Academy, pose with Save the Chimps staff at their booth at this past weekend’s Indian River Lagoon Science Festival. Vet Prep students launched a school-wide supply drive from 10/24/16-11/4/16 for Save the Chimps, collecting 4 much needed items for the rescued chimpanzees; nuts in the shell, new or gently used blankets, dried fruits and stuffed toys (without beans or beads). Vet prep is offering a banana split ice cream sundae party to the top three classes with the most donated items. Great job students!
Great news! We have rescheduled our Family Pirate Night and look forward to seeing you Thursday, October 13 at 6:30! Come enjoy some fun performances, presentations, pirate pizza, Book Fair, and more!
Plan ahead and dress your best! Grades 5-8 will take fall pictures October 19. Grades K-4 will take fall pictures October 20. We are looking forward to seeing all of your beautiful smiles!
Alyssa Williams brought her pet Cockatiel to vet prep class. She taught classmates about important pointers to remember before selecting a bird as a pet. Birds are highly intelligent, social creatures that need daily attention. With proper care, they will become a treasured family member. Thank you to Alyssa!
Sharks & Stingrays in Vet Prep class took a field trip around the school to investigate living organisms in various Kingdoms of Life. Identification of kingdom, and sorting into phylum groups gave them a clear idea of how varied life forms can be in their own schoolyard. Posing as a silly scientist is also fun!
Help students build a habit of good attendance early and often. #SchoolEveryDay