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Family Summer Update July

Dear Tremont families, 


We hope that you are doing well and enjoying every moment of your summer.  We are excited to begin the 2022-2023 school year and work alongside you once again! 

Please see our back to school dates shared with you below! More details will follow as we get closer, but we wanted to get these on your radar. 


As we head into the final month of summer, we want to let you know that we will begin communicating with you more regularly as August approaches.  For now, take care and enjoy the rest of your summer, find ways to stay cool and enjoy the outdoors, and know that we are all preparing to help our students learn and grow in the upcoming year.  


Fondly,

Michelle & Emily


Some Important Dates: 

August 2022

8  Kindergarten Screening

9  Kindergarten Screening

10  Email Notification of Class Assignments for Kindergarten

15  Ice Cream Social for grades K-5, 3:00-4:00pm

15  K-1 Parent Info Night 5:00-6:00pm (Watch for information regarding childcare provided by the TSA)

16 First Day for Students for grades 1-5

16 & 17  Kindergarten Staggered Starts 

  • Staggered start for our K students. Half of the students will come on the 16th and the other half will come on the 17th. All K students will report to school together on the 18th. Please watch for further communication.

19  Fifth Grade Breakfast at 7:45am

25  6:00 - 7:45 pm Parent Information/Curriculum Night 

    6-6:45pm - 2nd and 3rd Grade

7-7:45pm - 4th and 5th Grade


Click here for the Student Supply Lists!

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Posted Monday, July 25, 2022

Parent-teacher organizations enhance experiences for students

At the heart of each school community in the Upper Arlington Schools is a parent-teacher organization that provides volunteers, educational opportunities and resources, and a sense of connection for students, staff and families.


Families have many opportunities to participate in their school’s parent-teacher organization, or school association — starting with signing up to be a member of the PTO in the fall. The money raised through annual membership dues, as well as fundraisers throughout the school year, goes directly to support and enhance the day-to-day experience for students and staff.

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Posted Wednesday, July 6, 2022

Tremont Families update March 27, 2022

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Hi Tremont Families! 


We had ourselves a good laugh in the gym today when Mrs. Karst April Fool’ed the kids that we were having a snow day, but with this weather, it was an easy joke to pull off! It was such a joy to watch the kiddos joke around with one another today and hopefully next week we’ll have more normal Spring weather! There are just a few updates to share this week, which are linked below! 


Have a wonderful weekend and Go Lions!

Samantha Chatman & Emily Karst


  • Progress Reports

  • Safety Education Information

    • Please see this parent information letter, linked here

  • Information from The Stand Project

    • TheStand Project is an Upper Arlington community action project focused on the prevention of substance abuse and committed to standing by students and families in finding help.

    • “WHAT TO EXPECT IN MIDDLE SCHOOL”

    • TUE APR 19 | TIME AND LOCATION TBD

    • Worried about your 5th grader making the leap from elementary to middle school? Worried what that means for YOU as a parent? The Stand Project is collaborating with Syntero counselors, Hastings and Jones staff and PTOs to equip families with knowledge and resources to ease the transition. Current middle school families are also welcome to join. Save the date and start thinking of questions to bring for our experts.  

    • THE DANGEROUS TRUTHS ABOUT TODAY’S MARIJUANA

    • WED APR 20 | 5:30-7:30PM | Upper Arlington Public Library – Friends Theater

    • Join Stand Project supporter, Hastings mom, and certified Johnny’s Ambassadors trainer Kim Starr LISW-S for this adults-only presentation about the dangers of youth marijuana use, including life-altering effects on their developing brains that can lead to risk of addiction, mental illness, and even suicide.

  • Third Grade Musical 

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Posted Friday, May 6, 2022

Tremont Families update April 11, 2022

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Hey Tremont Families! 


This week might earn the record for shortest week of updates ever! Enjoy your long weekend and we’ll see you on Monday! Thanks for all your do to support our Tremont community. 


  • Just a reminder that there is no school for students on election day, May 3rd. 

  • A note for 5th Grade Parents from the Jones Music Dept: 

    • Our 2022 production will be announced at our 7th & 8th Grade Choir Concert on Tuesday, May 24.  We promise that it will continue to be a family friendly event and a great experience for our students!  We will host an Information Meeting on Thursday, May 26 at 7:00pm for all interested students and their families (including current 5th graders).  

  • Just a reminder that Ohio State Testing for students in grades 3, 4, and 5 continues for the next few weeks. Below is the schedule for testing.

April 19th - 20th - 5th Grade Math Testing 

April 21st - 22nd - 4th Grade Math Testing 

April 25th - 26th - 3rd Grade Math Testing

April 27th - 28th - 5th Grade Science Testing

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Posted Friday, May 6, 2022

Tremont Families update April 17, 2022

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Hi Tremont Families! 


It was a total JOY to see so many of you at the Not-Silent-Auction last night! What an incredible reminder that we are part of a wonderful, funny, and big hearted community. We feel so honored to be serving as your principals and we feel that more each time we get to spend time with our AMAZING Tremont families. Thank you so much for rallying together to support our school and a HUGE thank you to our TSA and all the hard working volunteers that make events like the Not-So-Silent Auction possible. We appreciate you all so much!


Enjoy your sunshine-y weekend and GO LIONS!


  • Please see this Syntero Summer Group Flyer. Sign-ups go live May 9th at 12pm

  • Just a reminder to use this planned absence form for any long absence. 

  • First Grade Parents: 

    • FLOW (Friends of the Lower Olentangy Watershed) is donating books and tree saplings to our first graders next Tuesday! Students will bring them home at the end of the day. We would love for you to plant your sapling with your child if you are able. 

  • Updates from Technology

    • Are you Graduating or Preparing to Leave Upper Arlington Schools Soon?

      • If you are planning on graduating or leaving UA Schools this summer, it is time to think about all of the people, companies, and subscriptions you have signed up for where you may have used your uaschools.org email account.  Once you withdraw or graduate from Upper Arlington your UASchools account will stop working 1 month after your departure. Visit the Graduating, Retiring, or Leaving UA? page in UA Mobile Learning Resources for steps to take now and resources for transferring important files to a personal account.

  • A Quick Note about Drop-off

    • As the weather warms up, we have seen more and more dogs accompanying families during pick-up and drop-off times.  While we love to see our students’ furry friends, we also want to remind families that dogs are not permitted on school property.  If you choose to walk your dog to pick-up/drop-off, please wait for your student off of school grounds.

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Posted Friday, May 6, 2022

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