Our Mid-Winter Break Camp is now open to the general public and Soundview early childhood students!

What will your children do over mid-winter break? This year, Soundview has added camps during the school breaks to allow students to continue learning even when school is not in session. During camp, your child will engage in structured activities from crafting, cooking, creating art, playing games, and exploring the outdoors.

Questions? Please contact Molly Bozarth at

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Soundview and the Cantemos Project with Silver Kite

For the next five Fridays (February 1st, 8th, 15th, and March 1st and 8th) the middle school students will travel to the Lake City Community Center and engage with elder heritage Spanish speakers to build connections and friendships, strengthen our Spanish skills, and develop an understanding of the cultures of some Spanish-speaking areas of the world.

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What is your greatest strength? How would you answer that question? This is a new feature of the Soundview New Wave and we hope you find it interesting. Periodically, we will present a set list of questions to a member of the Soundview community such as a teacher, a parent, or a student. We hope that this will be a good way for us to get to know some of the folks in our Soundview community. (With thanks to Marcel Proust.)

This week, New Wave talks to Sidney Keay, a student at Soundview in the 8th grade. Sidney Keay loves writing on her blog, playing violin, Ultimate frisbee, and volleyball! She enjoys walking her dog, Sam, and hiking with her friends and family. She is interested in outer space, vikings, marine biology, and oncology. Sydney loves reading historical fiction, fantasy, and admires authors like Jane Austen and Ruta Sepetys. She likes to relax with a mug of hot licorice tea while watching The Office and Downton Abbey.