Kindergarten Meet & Mingle

This fun getting-to-know-you event is generally held the Saturday before the Back to School Open House in August. Incoming Kindergarten parents/caregivers and their families are invited to meet on the playground behind the school for a picnic. Tents are set up with flags representing each of the four languages. The PTSO sponsors this event and provides a frozen treat. Several PTSO board members are in attendance to answer questions and meet & greet.

Open House

Open House is typically held on the Thursday before the first day of school for grades K-4 and Wednesday for grades 5-8. Students and parents will get the opportunity to meet the teachers and visit the classrooms during a staggered schedule of times. Information tables are set up for transportation, ASEP, and the PTSO. Used Blues and other various SAIL items are available for purchase during this time.

Sip & Sob

Feeling a little blue about about the start of the school year and dropping your Kindergartener or middle schooler off for their first year at SAIL? Well, your PTSO is here for you. You are not alone! We will be there on the first full day (after staggered entry) with a hug, tissues, and coffee. Look for the Free Hugs signs near the cafeteria. Your little ones are not the only ones adjusting to a new schedule. We get it. Have a cup of coffee with your fellow SAIL Parents, meet some new friends, and pick a shoulder to cry on. Your PTSO will be here for you!

Spirit Week


We’ve got spirit, yes we do, and this is the week the kids really look forward to showing it! Each day during spirit week has a different theme- crazy sock day, crazy hair day, pajama day, etc. This is the week that ends with our Fun Run. It’s a great way to get kids excited about the Fun Run and show off their school pride. And for kids who wear a uniform every day, this is one of their favorite weeks!

Book Character Day

Book Character Day is held the last school day before Halloween. Students are encouraged to dress up as their favorite book character and some teachers may have special activities for the students to participate in.

Middle School Fall Festival

An afternoon of music, games, and food for the Middle Schoolers to celebrate the beginning of Winter break.

School Tours

Parent Volunteers bring prospective families on a school tour. They visit the kindergarten classrooms of all 4 languages and can answer any questions families may have. An administrator is also present to provide guidance on the admissions process.

Middle School Dance

The Middle Schoolers get to unwind and have a dance of their own during the school day.

Family Dance

It’s time to get dressed up and shake your tail feathers with your little ones! A fantastic DJ and amazing lights transform our gym into a fun place for a night of dancing. There is food, candy, and refreshments to keep you hydrated and full of energy.

Teacher Appreciation Week

This is a week where we show our teachers how much they mean to us! The PTSO provides food for our wonderful teachers and staff and each day students are asked to bring in goodies and expressions of appreciation for their teachers.

Art Expo

Come out and enjoy performances from band, chorus, dance, and handbells, all while strolling along the hallways enjoying food and student art.

Field Day

All elementary grades take to the field for a fun day of various activities. From Tug of War to Zumba, there is something for all to enjoy! The Middle Schoolers have their own Field Fun Day too!

Athletics Award Ceremony

7th and 8th grade student athletes are recognized and families are invited to join this awards ceremony.

Moving-On Ceremonies (5th & 8th Grade)

These ceremonies are for the 5th and 8th graders and are held during school hours. Parents and other family members can come to celebrate this milestone!