Waterset welcomes locals every Thanksgiving morning for their Turkey Trot 5K and Kids Fun Run. The 2021 race raised over $25,000 in proceeds, benefiting three public schools near the Waterset community. This brings Waterset’s total donations through the Turkey Trot to over $110,000 in seven years.
We like to say that Waterset is a place where kids love to live and learn. Our community is home to three schools, including The SouthShore Montessori School. The Montessori School currently accommodates preschool, VPK, and elementary students, and we are excited to announce that a new expansion is coming soon!
Local high school East Bay High was recently named the February “School of the Month” by the SouthShore Chamber of Commerce. The school was noted for its outstanding, positive efforts of the students, parents, faculty and administrators.
Three SouthShore public schools and a local running club will share more than $22,000 thanks to proceeds from the third annual Turkey Trot at Waterset by Newland. Waterset representatives handed out the donations at a recent lunch at The Landing, the master-planned community’s café.
Waterset Charter School has been recognized by the South Shore Chamber of Commerce as their January “School of the Month.” The school was recognized mainly for its charitable contributions and unwavering community support.
The Waterset Turkey Trot is back again and we’re planning to make it bigger and better than ever! This Thanksgiving morning, give back to our local public schools with our 5K and Kids Fun Run. Here are 5 tips to make your Turkey Trot successful.
Waterset Charter School opened its doors for its first school year on August 10, adding an additional opportunity for Waterset parents looking for a grade school for their children. Click here to read more about this new school!
Before you know it, summer vacation will be over and kids will head back to class. While the beginning of the school year is usually filled with excitement and anticipation, it can also be stressful. It is important to plan ahead to make the transition from summer to school as seamless as possible.
Waterset will be home to a new charter school beginning in the Fall of 2017. Construction is expected in the coming weeks for Waterset Charter School at 6711 North U.S. Highway 41, just north of Apollo Beach Boulevard.
August marked the start of the school year for Hillsborough County students and Doby Elementary’s annual “Back to School” breakfast. Waterset by Newland Communities surprised the students and parents with more than $2,000 in supplies to kick start the Doby’s new art program.
Apollo Beach is home to the East Bay Buccaneers – a little league football and cheerleading team with great community spirit. We recently heard that the team was having issues with their playing field. Being staunch Bucs fans ourselves, we couldn’t let our neighbor despair.