NHW Cub Connection
Parent Teacher Conferences
- Thursday, November 21st (5:00pm - 8:00pm)
- Monday, November 25th (8:00am - 8:00pm)
- Tuesday, November 26th (8:00am - 12:00pm)
To watch a short video on how to sign-up for a conference, click here.
District Wide STEAM Night
The Red Lion Area School District invites all grade 3 RLASD students and families to join in on an exciting hands-on opportunity exploring the 2019 theme of food and water during the Elementary STEAM Night. One session from 6-8 PM will be held at the RLASD Junior High School. Please use this form to sign-up for the event so that we may ensure both space and materials are available for those families that are participating. Please register for the event by providing the name of your Gr. 3 child, select his/her home school, and then select how many individuals in your family will be attending. If you have any questions about the evening, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information. RLASD is excited to plan events that welcome families, such as yours, back to our schools and participate in learning and having fun with your children. We can't wait to see you during Gr. 3 Elementary STEAM Night, November 14, 2019. Be sure to book your spot by November 1st!
INCLEMENT WEATHER PROCEDURE
In the event of school closing or an emergency, below is a list of radio/TV stations that will be notified regarding a change of schedule. In addition, Red Lion residents may visit the district web-page, www.rlasd.net, for current information. Our “Skylert” notification system will also be in effect during the school year. Please be sure to keep phone numbers and e-mails active with the school office.
WGAL – TV 8 WMPT-FOX 43 WHTM-TV 27
* WRVV-FM (97.3)
* BOB-FM (94.9)
* WHP-AM (580)
* KISS-FM (99.3)
* CW-TV 15
* WSBA-AM (910)
* WARM-FM (103.3)
* WSOX-FM (96.1)
* WKZF-FM (92.7)
* WTPA-FM (92.1)
* WCAT-FM (102.3)
* WQLV-FM (98.9)
Only the four stations in bold listed above will be contacted by RLASD. The stations listed below the bold stations, indicated with an *, are associated and use the same automated systems. These * stations link and will copy the bold stations’ announcements.
Fall Food Drive
November 1 - November 22
All elementary schools in the Red Lion Area School District will be collecting food items during the month of November to assist families within the Red Lion community. The following individually sized items are being collected:
- Small, individual boxes of cereal
- Small cups of peanut butter
- Fruit cups
- Small bottles of water
- Milk boxes
- Small boxes of raisins
- Juice boxes
- Macaroni and cheese cups
- Microwaveable pasta cups
- Chicken/tuna salad with crackers
- Packs of crackers
- Small packs of pretzels
- Small packs of popcorn
- Granola bars
- Applesauce cups
- Gelatin cups
- Pudding cups
Donations will be accepted November 1 through November 22, 2019. Please be sure that items are nonperishable.
All donations will help support Community REACH. This organization helps families who need assistance within the Red Lion Area School District. To find out more about how your donations will help, please visit their website: http://www.commreach.org. If you have any questions about the food drive, you can contact your school counselor.
Thank you for your generous donations!
News from our Buildings and Grounds Department
The Red Lion Area School District has a proactive asbestos management plan which includes routine bi-annual inspections by district personnel who are trained and certified for US EPA Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response (Act 40 C.F.R 763) and every third year inspections by a U. S. EPA Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response (Act 40 C.F.R 763) state-certified inspectors.
Copies of our asbestos management plan are on file at every building and the Education Center at 696 Delta Road, Red Lion.
The following district buildings are asbestos free: Red Lion Area Junior High, North Hopewell-Winterstown Elementary, Larry J. Macaluso Elementary, Locust Grove Elementary, Mazie Gable Elementary, Pleasant View Elementary and the Red Lion Area Education Center. The following district buildings have some asbestos-containing building materials such as pipe elbows, transite ceiling tiles, ceiling plaster, drywall and floor tiles which are all in excellent condition. Clearview Elementary, Red Lion Area Senior High School, and Windsor Manor Elementary.
Physical Education News
The First Annual Haunted Mile
On Saturday, October 12, 2019 the elementary physical education department hosted the first-ever haunted mile cross country run for students in grades K-6. A total of 166 participants ventured through the one-mile course on a crisp fall morning as they were surprised by some characters that appeared along the way. The PE department would like to send a big thank you to all of the participants and volunteers that showed up to make this such a great experience. Below is a list of the top three finishers from each division.
1st: Maddox B – 11:04
2nd: Zane B – 11:35
3rd: Lauthan F – 11:40
1st: Felicity F – 12:57
2nd: Sienna C – 13:18
3rd: Karissa B – 13:28
1st Grade Boys
1st: Carter W – 8:54
2nd: Bentley C 10:49
3rd: Chase B – 11:14
1st Grade Girls
1st: Harper J – 11:36
2nd: Peyton J – 11:55
3rd: Ellie H – 11:57
2nd Grade Boys
1st: Dax C – 8:37
2nd: Sam B – 9:39
3rd: Landen B – 9:47
2nd Grade Girls
1st: Emma G – 9:48
2nd: Krysta T – 10:27
3rd: Olivia R – 11:56
3rd Grade Boys
1st: Desmond T – 8:01
2nd: Chance W – 8:08
3rd: Rockie T – 8:51
3rd Grade Girls
1st: Lilyanne W – 9:19
2nd: Kendall S – 9:39
3rd: Cora H – 10:30
4th Grade Boys
1st: Levi C – 6:53
2nd: Ryne C – 7:01
3rd: Chase W – 7:36
4th Grade Girls
1st: Rebekah S – 8:34
2nd: Carlee R – 8:52
3rd: Jocelyn S – 9:32
5th Grade Boys
1st: Blake F - 6:52
2nd: Chance K - 7:29
3rd: Garrett H - 7:55 (NHW STUDENT)
5th Grade Girls
1st: Natalie D - 8:05
2nd: Madeleine Y – 8:12
3rd: Alayna G – 8:30
6th Grade Boys
1st: Reagan K – 6:42
2nd: Matthew Y – 6:43
3rd: Brant D – 6:51
6th Grade Girls
1st: Isabella W 8:54
2nd: Emma C 8:55
3rd: Samantha C 9:00
For various reasons, students may not always want to consume certain items included in their meals. We have started a Share Table to encourage students to repurpose their unwanted, unopened food instead of throwing it in the garbage. Students may return whole food or beverage items they choose not to eat in accordance with all food safety codes. These items are then available to other students who may want additional servings.
Our Goals are to:
* Provide a space for students to place unopened food to be used by other students, reused in the kitchen, or donated to local organizations, instead of throwing it in the garbage
* Minimize food waste during meals
* Promote sharing principles.
* Demonstrate the importance of community involvement, through donating unwanted food.
October Students of the Month
Congratulations to the below students who were chosen as Student of the Month for October 2019. Mrs. Gold phoned home to all the families, and will be holding a special lunch with them.
Kindergarten - Olivia G
Grade 1 - Annabelle G
Grade 2 - Lyla D
Grade 3 - Ransom H
Grade 4 - Peyton Z
Grade 5 - Bella W
Grade 6 - Brooke-Lynn B
Ways to Help the NHW PTO
* Box Tops -- Clip box tops and send to school.
* Rutter's Rewards for School -- sign up your Rutter's Rewards cards to earn money for NHW.
* Giant A+ - register your Giant BonusCard, and earn cash for NHW.
* Follow NHW PTO on twitter (@NHWElemPTO) and facebook.
* Add items to our clothing bin in the parking lot. No breakable items please.
* Volunteer - both in and out of school opportunities. (some require clearances)
* Attend PTO meeting - We love meeting new faces, and hearing new ideas!
* Volunteer for student functions - Santa Secret Shop, and many other events during the year.
Calendar of Events
Please visit www.rlasd.net and click on ‘Select a Campus’. Locate your school and view ‘Calendar’ on the home page for a complete calendar of events from August through June as they become available.
Upcoming November Events:
1 -- Elementary Food Drive Begins
1 -- Bowling After School
3 -- Daylight savings time ends (Turn Clocks Back 1- hour)
5 -- Journalism Club After School till 4:30pm (1st Session begins today)
6 -- Good News Club After School till 4:45 pm
7 -- Flannel and Camo Day (Elementary Building Competition)
8 -- Bowling After School
11 -- Veterans Day
12 -- Journalism Club After School till 4:30pm
13 -- November Birthday Lunch With Mrs. Gold
13 -- Good News Club After School till 4:45pm
13 -- PTO Meeting 6pm in Library
14 -- Grade 3 Steam Night at the Junior High School (more info to come)
15 -- Bowling After School
19 -- Journalism Club After School till 4:30pm
20 -- Good News Club After School till 4:45pm
20 -- Parent/Teacher Conference Portal Closes Today
21 -- Parent/Teacher Conferences, 5:00 - 8:00 pm
22 -- Elementary Food Drive Ends (Deliver all food by noon today)
22 -- School Store During Lunch Shift
22 -- Bowling After School
25 -- Parent/Teacher conferences, 8:00 am - 8:00 pm -- SCHOOL IS NOT IN SESSION
26 -- Parent/Teacher conferences, 8:00 am - noon -- SCHOOL IS NOT IN SESSION
26 -- Office Closes at 3:30pm
27 -- SCHOOL IS NOT IN SESSION / Office is Closed
28 -- SCHOOL IS NOT IN SESSION, HAPPY THANKSGIVING! / Office is Closed
29 -- SCHOOL IS NOT IN SESSION, BLACK FRIDAY / Office is Closed
2 -- SCHOOL IS NOT IN SESSION / Office is Closed
3 -- Students Return to School
3 -- Journalism Club After School till 4:30pm
Box Tops for Education
The Box Tops for Education program is changing this year. There are two ways we can earn cash for our school!
Clip: If your package has a traditional Box Top clip, cut it out and send it to school (each grade level has a collection bin). We earn cash for all clipped Box Tops until they expire.
Scan: If your package has the new Box Tops label, use the Box Tops app to scan your store receipt within 14 days of purchase. The app will instantly add Box Tops to our school's earnings online.