Pine Run Elementary School Newsletter JANUARY 2016
Learn More about QUEST!
Learn more about CB's the new and exciting Quest Program at our upcoming HSA Meeting! Our guest speaker will be our own Quest Teacher, Mr. Ed Fell.
DATE- January 7th
LOCATION- BORGHI'S Restaurant
Located on the corner of Main Street and Butler Ave. in Chalfont.
We hope to see you there!!!
Dates That Rate: JANUARY
4-7- Art Goes to School
7- 7:00 PM Home & School Meeting at Borghi’s
7- 12:30 PM Grades 5 & 6 Motivational Speaker, Mark Brown Assembly
8- Spirit Day – Wear Pine Run Gear
12- 3:45 PM Grades 4-6 Book Club Meeting
12- 7:30 PM School Board Meeting – Ed. Serv. Ctr.
14- Grade 1 Family Fun Bounce Night
15- 9:00 AM Grades K-2 Funance For Kids Assembly
15- 10:00 AM Grades 3-6 Funance For Kids Assembly
15- 7:00-8:30 PM Home & School Family Bingo Night
18- School Holiday – Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
19- Grade 5-6 PEN Robotics – Buckingham Elementary
22- Spirit Day-Grade Level Color Day: K-1 Red, 2-3 Green, 4-5 Orange, 6th & Special Area Teachers Yellow
22- Grades 1-2 PEN Det. Science Day
26- 11:55 AM Early Dismissal/No PM Kindergarten/End of 2nd Marking Period
29- 9:00 AM Grades K-6 Science Assembly
29- 10:00 AM Grade 4 Science Workshops
GOAL SETTING IS THE FIRST STEP TOWARD ACHIEVEMENT!
PINE RUN'S HOLIDAY SING WAS MUSIC TO OUR EARS!
Guiding Children to Solve Their Own Problems By Jim Fay
“I bet that hurts.”
Love and Logic Step Two: Send the “Power Message”
“What do you think you’re going to do?”
Love and Logic Step Three: Offer Choices
“Would you like to hear what other kids have tried?”
At this point, offer a variety of choices that range from bad to good. It’s usually best to start out with the poor choices.
Each time a choice is offered, go on to step four, encouraging the youngster to state the consequence in his/her own words. This means that you will be going back and forth between Love and Logic steps three and four.
Love and Logic Step Four: Have the child state the consequences
“And how will that work?”
Love and Logic Step Five: Give permission for the child to either solve the problem or not solve the problem
“Good luck. I hope it works out.”
Have no fear. If the child is fortunate to make a poor choice, he/she may have a double learning lesson.
CBSD KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION: OPEN NOW
PINE RUN ELEMENTARY 2015-2016 DIRECTORY!
PINE RUN PARENT HANDBOOK
- Breakfast Meal-$1.65 - Reduced price $0.30
- Lunch Meal-$2.60 - Reduced price $0.40
- Milk $0.75
For more information regarding Aramark Food Services, including menus, please visit their web page.
40 Assets- CB Cares
JANUARY #9 Service to Others. Young person values service to others, in their family, school, or community. He/she commits to meaningful and caring actions.
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