The Cub Corner

October 20, 2017

Delran Education Foundation

Tickets are now on sale for the Harlem Wizards comedy basketball game against Delran's teachers on November 4, 2017, hosted by the Delran Education Foundation. This event features amazing trick shots, audience participation, dancing, and fun for the whole family. A Wizards player visited the school this week for an exciting preview. Be sure to ask your child about it!

This event sold out last year, so be sure to get your tickets early. Tickets are available at

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Millbridge students will be celebrating with our annual parade on Tuesday, October 31st. The parade will begin at 11:15 through the front doors and will continue to parade around the building to the cafeteria playground. We ask that parents line up outside the cones. The parade will begin with our 2nd graders, followed by 1st grade, then kindergarten and finally preschool.

As a service to parents with students at both DIS and Millbridge, we are providing shuttle buses between the two schools for the parades. The DIS parade begins at 10:30. There will be a shuttle bus from Millbridge to DIS at 10:15; DIS to Millbridge at 11:00, and Millbridge to DIS at 12:00. We hope that this will ease parking concerns for parents with children at both schools. We are looking forward to a great parade!


We know how exciting it is to dress up and assume a new identity, but there are some important guidelines we need you to follow. Costumes should be worn to school over your child’s clothes. If your child’s costume has a mask, please send the mask in a bag or your child’s backpack. Costumes may not include weapons (plastic knives, swords, guns, etc…).

In order to monitor the safety of our Halloween Event, we ask that parents do not wear costumes so that everyone is easily recognizable and our students are kept safe. Thank you for your cooperation.

Classroom Parties and Treats

If you are providing treats for the classroom, please drop them off at the main office by 9 a.m. Label the item with the teacher’s name so that we can easily deliver them.

Teachers have provided the office with the names of adults assisting in the classrooms and passes will be available in the main office. IF YOU DO NOT HAVE A PASS, WE REGRET THAT YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO VISIT THE CLASSROOM.

PTA Information

  • The PTA is actively seeking to fill Officer positions for the 2018-2019 school year. If you are interested, please reach out to Kris Scanlon at

  • Kid Stuff- The Kid Stuff Coupon book is returning. Watch for your money saving book to come home the first week in November.

  • PTA Meeting- Our next PTA meeting will be on Monday, October 30th, in the Intermediate School's library. The meeting will start at 7:30. All are welcome. Come out and hear the latest news of what is happening in our schools

The annual PTA Craft Fair is being held on Saturday, December 2nd. The PTA is looking for vendors. The application form was sent home this week. Be sure to save the date for this fantastic holiday tradition.


Thank you for your support of the Book Fair this week. We appreciate the generosity of families who purchased books for the classroom from the teachers’ wish lists.

Is your student up to the Challenge?

2017 Jump Into Reading Challenge sponsored by Assemblymen Troy Singleton and Herb Conaway. Details HERE and in the Virtual Backpack.

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Long Range Dates to Know

  • Tuesday, October 31st- single session day, dismissal at begins at 1:00.

  • November 9 & 10 - School Closed

  • November 14th- 2nd grade American Education Visitation 11:15-12:15
  • November 15th- 1st grade American Education Visitation 10:30-11:30
  • November 16th- Kindergarten American Education Visitation 12:00-1:00, Preschool 9:30-10:00 & 1:00-1:30