Warwick Weekly

News and Updates from Mrs. Adelman - October 21, 2022

This edition includes:

This edition includes:

  • Important upcoming dates
  • Red Ribbon Week spirit days
  • From the Desk of Mrs. Adelman - Personal Electronic Devices
  • Fall fundraiser information
  • Warwick PTO highlights
  • Warwick Halloween information
  • Veteran's Day 2022
  • October breakfast menu
  • October lunch menu
  • Want to make a difference in the lives of children in CB? - Employment Opportunities!
  • Community Flyers: Halloween Party and CB East Patriot Players Presents the Little Mermaid and National Prescription Take Back Day information

Important Dates

Monday, October 24th: No School - Diwali

Tuesday, October 25th: Red Ribbon Week: Wear Sweats

Wednesday, October 26th: Red Ribbon Week: Wear western dress - plaid and boots

Thursday, October 27th: Red Ribbon Week: Wear pajamas

Friday, October 28th: Red Ribbon Week: Wear Red

Friday, October 28th: 6th Grade Halloween Howl (more information below)

Monday, October 31st: Halloween Parade and Parties at Warwick; Half Day - Warwick is a "C" school we dismiss at 12:25PM on half days.

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From the Desk of Mrs. Adelman

Hello Warwick Bears!!

We have recently seen an increase in student personal electronic communication devices at Warwick, including student electronic watches. I understand that many watches are used by parents and students after school and for added safety measures. I am reaching out to ask parents to not use watches as a communication avenue during the school day. If you would like to alert your child to a dismissal change and/or other notification, please reach out to the classroom teacher and/or the main office. We will make sure that your child receives the update. Our goal in the classroom is for your child to learn and be engaged in the learning activities. My number one goal is to keep our students and staff safe. We do not want to miss any communications that you would like your child to know to ensure that they are getting to and from school in the safest way. We have also found that sometimes a student will reach out to mom or dad because they aren't feeling well. As a school team, we would like to encourage your children to go to the nurse if they aren't feeling well at school. This will help to ensure that we are all on the same page.

My request is based in school board policy (Policy 829). According to Policy 829, student use of Personal Electronic Communication Devices in the classroom is at the sole discretion of the classroom teacher and may be prohibited by the teacher/building administrator. Building administrators and classroom teachers may prohibit the use of personal Electronic Communication Devices in classrooms and common areas of the school if they are determined to be disruptive to the educational process.

I do not want to prohibit student devices but would ask that you would help us to not communicate through phones/smart devices during school hours. You may not be aware that "schooltime" is a feature on Apple watches that would disable to use of calling/texting during school hours.

Please feel free to reach out to me if you have any questions or concerns.

Thank you for your constant support.


Mrs. Amy Adelman

Check Writing Campaign - PTO Fundraiser

We are overwhelmed and humbled by the outpouring of resolve, resilience, and support for our children at Warwick Elementary while we have all been faced with radically altered lives over the past two years.

We are grateful for all the ways parents have stepped up to provide meaningful programs, teacher support, and community building. Now we are asking for your financial support, too. The primary PTO fundraiser this year is our Check Writing Campaign. The Warwick PTO, teachers, and our young students need your support more than ever because the needs today are perhaps greater than they were during “normal” times. We are committed to supporting Warwick teachers and staff to help them provide optimal experiences for our children in the classroom.

We have not actively fundraised since November 2019 and we have stretched our budget as far as we can to while avoiding individual fundraisers (any type of THON, selling candles, selling wrapping paper, selling cookies, etc.).Traditionally, we only fundraise every two years and we would like to keep that going! The Warwick PTO provides assemblies, author visits, class trips, teacher allocations, field day support, KISS Events (Kids Invite Someone Special), school improvement projects, hospitality for teacher luncheons, etc.

Your support enables us to continue to fund these important projects and add new ones every year!

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Warwick PTO

Interested in learning more about Warwick PTO - Follow us on FaceBook. Warwick Elementary PTO - this is private group.

Upcoming Dates:

  • Friday, October 14th: Warwick night at Froehlich's Farm - information below!
  • Thursday, October 20th: PTO Board Meeting 7PM - Warwick Library
  • Friday, October 28th: Halloween Howl - flyer below

Spirit Wear Sale: Please click to order spirit wear!


  • Hospitality

All questions related to PTO can be directed to warwickelementarypto@gmail.com

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Halloween at Warwick

We are looking forward to celebrating Halloween on Monday, October 31st at Warwick. Homeroom parents will work with the respective classroom teachers and will be reaching out to organize parties, food donations, etc.

Our Halloween Parade will be promptly at 9:30am. The Halloween Parade is weather dependent. If inclement weather occurs on the morning of the 31st, we will hold a parade inside for students and staff.

We ask that visitors please park at Saint Cyrils (located across the street from Warwick) for the parade. The students will parade through the main parking lot.

Just a friendly reminder that all Halloween costumes should be school appropriate (any costume weapons and/or scary makeup should be reserved for Halloween night at home). If you have any questions at costumes, please ask.

Veterans Day 2022

November 11, 2022 will be Red, White, and Blue Day in honor of our nation's veterans!

An email blast was sent to all families from Warwick this week to share information about our Veterans Day Celebration to be held on November 11th.

If you would like us to celebrate a veteran who is special to you, please complete the following form: Click here!

Students have also been invited to participate in a writing activity to share a poem or short essay capturing why it is important to thank our veterans. Artistic students may consider submitting a drawing or artwork that goes along with our theme as well!

Form entries should be submitted by November 2, 2022 to be included in our Veterans Day Tribute.

Thank you!

All questions about Veteran's Day can be directed to Mrs. Sleicher at ksleicher@cbsd.org

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Want to make a difference in the lives of children in CB?

Bridge Valley Elementary in Furlong is looking for parents who are interested in full time employment as Personal Care Assistants for students with autism. Personal Care Assistants are paired with specific students and work as part of a team of staff members in special education classrooms. This fulltime position offers employees with competitive pay and full benefits that include healthcare and prescription coverage. Bridge Valley is looking for individuals eager to work with children and collaborate as a part of a team. If you are interested in making a difference, email Mr. Kevin Cochran at kcochran@cbsd.org. Please introduce yourself, include your resume, and tell him you are a CB elementary school parent or guardian. We look forward to hearing from you!

P.S. Warwick is hiring for similar positions. If you have friends that may be interested in working at Warwick, please have them reach out to Mrs. Adelman at aadelman@cbsd.org

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Sebastian & Friends Halloween Party: Saturday, October 29, 10 am - 12 pm at CB East

Children are invited to trick-or-treat in costume, meet their favorite Disney characters & play games at this fun-filled Halloween themed event! Tickets are only $5 per child (at the door), and all funds raised benefit the Make-A-Wish Foundation! Please let us know that you will attend via EventBrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/sebastians-halloween-party-tickets-426924471587

THE LITTLE MERMAID, JR.: Friday-Sunday, November 18-20, at CB East

With beloved songs and characters from the Disney animated film, this fantastic musical is sure to be fun for the whole family! A character meet & greet follows each performance. Tickets are only $10 and are available at https://bit.ly/3Bk8ZoR starting on Oct. 8th! Don't delay- this show WILL SELL OUT! (We are happy to work with you to arrange a group reservation for birthdays or special events!) A portion of ticket sales benefits the Make-A-Wish Foundation.

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