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November 23, 2015

Happy Thanksgiving To Everyone in our Doyle Family!

News From the Nest

Mitten Project – Helping Doyle Families in Need

Staff and students of Doyle Elementary School will be participating in a “Giving Project” again this year. Our goal is to provide food and gifts for Doyle families who need extra support.

Starting November 19, there will be a display of colorful mittens on the wall inside the main entrance of Doyle. Each mitten describes a special gift for a child or adult who is a recipient of the project.

If your family would like to purchase a gift for this project, please stop in and visit Doyle to select a mitten. After you take a mitten, you should buy the gift item listed, wrap it, and attach the mitten to the gift, so that it can be distributed properly.

All gifts need to be brought to Doyle by

Monday, December 14, 2015.

If your family would rather donate a monetary gift, please make checks payable to the Doyle Elementary School Activity Account. This money will be used to purchase extra food items or other gifts, as needed.

Thank you for your support in making an effort to help members of our Doyle community.

If you have any questions, please call Tracy Kowalchick at 267-893-4335.

From the Library

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Author Nancy Krulik visited Doyle

A magic wind blew through Doyle on Wednesday, November 18th and with it brought author Nancy Krulik. The students in grades 1-3 had a chance to create a silly story with Nancy and hear excerpts from two of her new books. They were also given the opportunity to ask lots of questions about her writing and creative process. Nancy told the kids that the best thing they could do to grow as writer is to READ!

We would like to thank Miss Ellen at Booktenders for giving our students this wonderful opportunity!

Wing Tips

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Thank you to Jonas Primiano and his Gigi for their generous donation of their winnings from the Fall Fest 50/50 raffle! Doyle readers will love Iggy Peck Architect, Extreme Animals, Kids Pick the Funniest Poems, 100 Things You Should Know about Extreme Survival, I Wonder, and Spirit Animals: Broken Ground and Spirit Animals: Immortal Guardians.

Book Dedications

How to Train a Train

is dedicated to Joey Sullivan.

Celebrating a year of love and laughter. So glad you are part of our family.

Love, Mommy, Dad and Ben

Pay It Forward

is dedicated to Daniel Harding

To our Daniel,

Your kind heart and smile is full of positive energy & certainly very contagious. We are so proud of you and happy to hear about your fun school days shared at Doyle!

We love you, Mom, Dad & your big bro-Paul
(oh and Casper too)

From the Art Department

Art Shirt Sale

Please support the CB Art Department with the purchase of our annual Art Shirts for $10.00.

From Home and School

Winter Enrichment

Winter Enrichment classes will start the week of February 8, 2016. Look for the full schedule of classes and registration information during the first week of January.

Previous Winter Enrichment instructors, please Kim Kelly if you are willing to hold a class again this year.

Parents and teachers, new class ideas are always welcome. Winter Enrichment is looking for volunteers who would like to run a Legos class (materials provided), a Jump Rope class or an Arts & Crafts class.

Please contact Kim Kelly at barley73@gmail.com with new ideas and/or your availability for continuing classes. Deadline for course submission is December 3, 2015.

Doyle Days In Town

Doyle Days in Town are back! Please visit the website at http://doyledays2015.weebly.com to find out about our Doyle events.

Doyle Days in Town this year will start on Saturday, November 28 and end on Friday, December 4.

6th Grade Pie Orders

Thank you to everybody who ordered a pie for Thanksgiving or as donation to the Thanksgiving Share.
Pies will be delivered from Perkins to Doyle on Tuesday, November 24 and can be picked up between 1:00 and 7:00 PM. We appreciate your support of our 6th graders.

CB Cares Backpack 2015

Here are the CB Cares Backpack News.

Boomerang Awards 2015

November Asset: Positive View of Personal Future

Young person is optimistic about his or her own future and strives to reach his/her goals. They have hopes, dreams, enthusiasm and plans. He/she demonstrates strong efforts to achieve their goals, whatever they might be.

Upcoming Events

November 2015

November 23 - 27: No Kindergarten (Conferences & Thanksgiving Break)

November 23: Early Dismissal grades 1 - 6, PM Conferences

November 24: Early Dismissal grades 1 - 6, PM Conferences

November 24: Pie Pick Ups - 1:00 - 7:00 PM

November 25 - 27: No School, Thanksgiving Break

November 25: IRun4Life Sneaker collection ends

November 28: Doyle Days in Town begin

December 2015

December 4: Doyle Days in Town end

December 14: Winter Concert (Grades 5 & 6) @ Lenape MS (7:00 PM)

December 24: First Day of Winter Break

January 1: Last Day of Winter Break

... for further events, please check our website.

Academic Excellence * Responsibility * Respect * Citizenship * Cooperation

Doyle Elementary School

260 N. West Street

Doylestown, PA 18901

Tel. 267-893-4300