New Britton Elementary

September 29th 2022

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Friday, September 20th

This Friday, September 30, is our first e-Learning day of the school year. Students will not attend school on e-Learning days. Instead, they will receive online instructional content provided by their teachers. These lessons will be interactive and relate to the curriculum for the specific class. Attached below is more information and answers to frequently asked questions about e-Learning days.


Like the "New Britton Elementary Parents and Teachers" Facebook page for regular informational updates, or go to the PTO page at https://nbe.hseschools.org/about/get-involved.

You can also reach out to the PTO at NewBrittonPTO@gmail.com.

Nurses Notes

If your student has been sent home with clothes from the nurse, please wash those clothes and send them back. Donations of cellulous sponges would be very much appreciated by our nurse, Mrs. Cernero. Thank you!

First grade students participated in vision screening this week at school. Parents were notified if their child did NOT pass the screening.

Upcoming PTO Dates

Mark Your Calendars!

September 30th - Pack the Park @ 6-8pm

October 10-14 - Spirit Week

*More information will be shared regarding Heritage Day on Thursday

October 11th - PTO Meeting @ 7pm
October 13th - NBE International Expo @ 5:30-7pm

October 24th-November 18th - Parent Teacher Conferences

Parent-Teacher Conferences

The Parent-Teacher Conference window is October 24-November 18. Classroom teachers will be sending specific sign-up information to families within the next several days.
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Family Resources

Social Emotional Learning (SEL)

Students continued the Second Step Elementary digital program, a researched-based social-emotional learning program designed to improve children’s social-emotional skills. Second Step skills and concepts are designed to help children both in and out of school.

Please see the Second Step Weekly Home Link attached at the bottom of the newsletter for specific information discussed in each grade level Week 7.

Snack Attack - Fishers Youth Assistance Program

NBE is pleased to announce the return of the Snack Attack program for those students in need. This program, supported by the Fishers Youth Assistance Program, is designed to provide students a little extra nourishment for the weekend until they can receive a hot meal at school on Monday.

Here's how the program works. Your student will pick up a small sack of food to be taken home over the weekend. The sack is filled with individually wrapped snacks such as granola bars, fruit cups, pop tarts, peanut butter/crackers, Goldfish crackers, etc. The type of snacks will vary each week. Please let us know if your child has a peanut allergy as he/she will receive a special bag of peanut-free snacks.

There is no cost to you or the school. This program is open to students that qualify for the reduced lunch program or have an increased need currently.

To be part of this free program, you must sign up your family online. https://forms.gle/xrKNaxRaLypSqKvV8

If you have any questions, please contact Sherri Leiner, NBE School Counselor at sleiner@hse.k12.in.us

New Britton Elementary School

Mrs. Lori Mankin, Principal

Mrs. Katy Lee, Assistant Principal

Mrs. Sherri Leiner, School Counselor