News and Updates from Mrs. Adelman - April 30th
Health and safety asynchronous student assignments through Canvas and/or Seesaw to be completed at home
Wednesday, May 19 - Friday, May 21st: ELA PSSAs
Monday, May 24th: Math PSSAs
Friday, May 28th: Science PSSAs
Monday, June 7th: Sixth Grade Promotion (6PM) for sixth grade students and up to two adults per student. (Rain Date: Wednesday, June 9th)
PTO News and Updates
PTO Board Information: We are looking for parents who would like to be involved in PTO and currently have both treasurer positions open for the upcoming year. This would be a one year appointment with the possibility of running again next year for a two year term. If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to reach out to Mrs. Adelman or the PTO at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will vote on this during the May 5, 2021 meeting. Thank You!
Warwick Fundraiser: Exciting News!
Our Warwick PTO has teamed up with CBSD Parent Dr. Todd Welsh of Bucks County Orthodontics in Doylestown to offer an exclusive Fundraiser for our Warwick Elementary families! One lucky Warwick student is going to WIN FREE BRACES in our WARWICK SMILE RAFFLE!
From the Desk of Mrs. Adelman
Hi Warwick Bears!
I am so proud of of the grit, determination, and effort that our students continue to demonstrate this school year. Every day the students demonstrate our Warwick themes of respect, responsibility, and cooperation to overcome obstacles, uplift one another, and acquire new skills.
I am also so impressed by the creative lessons and activities that our staff develop for our students to increase student engagement and learning. Just last week our sixth grade students presented final projects through the use of Minecraft to demonstrate their knowledge of the human body! So cool!
Next week is teacher and nurse appreciation week! Please help me recognize our amazing Warwick staff!
Mrs. Amy Adelman
Parent Placement Letter
I want to make sure that you are all aware of the school steps that lead to next year's student classroom assignments.
The professional staff is involved in placement decisions for our students. Classroom teachers are asked to summarize the academic and social growth of the students in their classes in preparation for classroom placement decisions. The entire grade level team cooperates with the Student Support Counselor, Reading Specialists, and me to determine each individual child’s placement. The whole team takes part in creating combinations of children to form balanced classrooms. The classes are designed to be heterogeneous with a wide range of characteristics, needs, and abilities (academic, social and emotional). We carefully examine the strengths, needs, and personalities within each homeroom group. The grade level team reviews each child’s needs in relation to the classroom groups created. Once we believe the classrooms are well balanced, the teachers have completed their part of the process.
Following the completion of the professional staff phases, I review the class groupings again, but from a school-wide perspective to match the class with a specific teacher.
Students will have an opportunity to meet the teachers of the next grade level on June 9th, Move-Up Day.
If you have information about your child’s learning style that you feel is important for the Warwick placement team to have prior to placement, please send an e-mail to me that includes that information on or before Monday, May 10th. While we value and consider any information you provide and will give it careful consideration, there is no guarantee about specific placement requests. Please be sure to meet the May 10th deadline.
Please do not request a teacher or request that specific students be placed with your child.