WEDNESDAY MESSAGE!

February 7, 2018

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ONE WEEK LEFT.... Contest Ends February 15!

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Project Fitness Grant Contest~Remember to vote DAILY

This is it! Our month of voting has come!


Click Here to help Salford Hills win $25,000 in playground equipment and age appropriate fitness training in the Project Fitness Grant Contest.

Salford Hills loves to move! Click below to discover why!

WE NEED YOUR HELP! VOTE SH!

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5th Grade Memory Book

Especially for Parents of our Fifth Grade Students


In June, a milestone will occur as our 5th graders wave goodbye to their elementary school careers and move on to their time as middle schoolers. One of the traditions at Salford Hills that marks this momentous occasion is a celebration of their time at this wonderful school. During this time each child is handed their own copy of the 5th Grade Memory Book, a yearbook of sorts.


The 5th Grade Memory Book will give each child a pictorial history of their time at Salford Hills. In order to have this book be as special as possible, we need help from every family.


We are looking for any and all candid pictures, of our now 5th graders, from school functions that you may have captured over the past six years. While we cannot use them all we want to make sure all the children are represented.


In addition, if your child did not attend Salford Hills Elementary in their kindergarten year we ask that you provide a picture of your child from that year.


Lastly, this year we are planning something unique for the memory book and ask that each family provide a Message to Our 5th Graders. This is a quote or message from you to your child/children that will be placed in a special section of the book. Please, no more than 3 lines.


Please send all pictures(in jpeg form) and Message to Our 5th Graders to shmemorybook@gmail.com no later than March 1st. Please be sure to identify the name of child, event, and grade. If you have any issues uploading or sending pictures, please email (at the email above) as it will be checked regularly. We can work with anyone who may have standard prints versus digital images.


Thank you in advance for your help in making this memory for your child.

5th Grade Memory Book Team,

Erin Richter, Gretchen Berry, and Debbie Karns

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5th Grade Lip Sync Participants Wanted

Parents of Fifth Grade Students - Please see the attached info sheet to encourage your child to participate in this year's 5th Grade Lip Sync act. It's a Salford Hills tradition!
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Box Tops News

Box Tops Drive – The box tops ‘collection’ part of the fundraiser is officially complete. If you still have more you wanted to submit, as long as they do not expire before 3/01/2019, you can start saving them for next year – Never to early to start!!! The sorting and tallying continues, but we are now up to $1707.00! Our top two classes have switched places – HR 51 is in the lead with 1991 box tops and HR 42 with 1280 box tops and HR 31 with 1089 box tops. Official totals and winners will be announced next week! Any questions please email Kendra_moody10@yahoo.com. Thanks again for everyone’s support!

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Grades K, 1 & 2 Prime Time Reading Event is coming up!


Don’t miss out on this special night of reading and friendship. Your child can join in on the fun by returning the attendance slip to your child's teacher by Tuesday, February 6th. The Prime Time Reading Event will take place on Friday, February 9th. If you have any questions, please contact:

Lynda Derstine (215-350-8899) lynda.derstine@gmail.com

Erin Richter ejerichter@yahoo.com

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Anti-Bullying "Bystander" Presention Scheduled

Indian Crest will be hosting an Anti-Bullying Parent Presentation titled; Bystander: A Portrait in Apathy on Thursday, March 1 at 7pm. Please see the flyer below for more information. The presentation is sensitive and only for parents. Hope you'll be able to attend.
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Alumni Steering Committee

A generative conversation led to the need for additional meetings in the hopes of capturing support for this unique project.


Would you consider joining us for as our meetings continue? We hope to see you on February 21 from 6:00 - 7:00 PM in the cafeteria. The February Home and School meeting will follow.

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Global School Play Day

Many homerooms enjoyed participating in a world wide phenomena - Global Play Day. Students came to school with non-electronic games; twister, crafts, legos, blocks, Sorry, Jenga, and much more. Play demands creativity, communication, collaboration... all essential components of 21st Century Learning.

In the video below, students in Room 54 offer a glimpse into the fun and learning which will surely make this day an annual tradition.

https://youtu.be/xX3Xq9Jn8gw
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Room 52 Enjoys a SuperBowl Breakout Box Challenge

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Buddies Share a First in Math Experience

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SuperBowl STEM Projects

In Room 53
And Room 42
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Showing Off our Eagle's Spirit

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Fourth Grade Weavings

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2/08/2018

Honors Chorus Rehearsal 3:30 PM -4:30 PM Music Room


2/09/2018

School Spirit Day
School Meeting 9:15 AM -10:15 AM Auditorium/Gymnasium
Home and School Prime Time Reading Primary 6:30 PM -8:30 PM
Grades K, 1, 2


2/10/2018

Elementary Honors Chorus Concert 2:00 PM Indian Crest Middle School


2/13/2018

Math Olympiads 7:50 AM -8:30 AM Classroom 53
Home and School Meeting 7:00 PM -8:00 PM - Rescheduled for 02/21/2018


2/14/2018

Valentine Socials 2:00 PM -3:00 PM


2/15/2018

Assembly Grades K-2 9:30 AM Auditorium/Gymnasium
Franklin Institute Human Body
Assembly Grades 3-5 10:30 AM Auditorium/Gymnasium
Franklin Institute Human Body


2/16/2018

School IN SESSION due to 1/4 snow day

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Salford Hills Elementary School

Fundamentally committed to each other, we at Salford Hills are a caring community of learners who value each individual’s intrinsic worth and potential.


In our supportive environment, learners are encouraged to achieve high standards by developing responsibility for their learning through authentic experiences that require hard work, critical thinking and reflection.


Learning is a process that positively impacts the future.

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