Warwick Weekly

September 21, 2018

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6th Grade Camp Adventure

Submitted by Miss Alicia Tagye


On Monday, September 17th, sixth-grade had their first day at Camp Adventure! Students were put into teams and worked together to accomplish team-building activities on low rope courses. The team leaders at Camp Adventure have students agree to a full value contract. Students agree to: be safe, do valuing behaviors and support the group, give and receive honest feedback, and ‘let go’ of any negative feelings or issues and move on. Even though it rained on Monday, our sixth graders had an amazing time! We are very excited for our second day of Camp Adventure Monday, September 24th!

Emergency Early Dismissal Plan Forms

Yesterday, your child(ren) came home with an Emergency Dismissal form for you. We ask that you create a plan for your student(s) in the event that we suddenly have an early dismissal. Please share the plan with your child(ren), then complete the form saving the last, pink copy for yourself and returning the other two copies to school. Doing so will help you to plan and communicate where your students will go in the event that we dismiss early. It also alleviates the need for parents/guardians to call the office and teachers during a time when it is difficult to handle so many communications in a short time.


Please have your student(s) return the form to their homeroom teacher(s) by Monday, September 24. Thank you for your cooperation.

Other Important Notes

Breakfast at Warwick

Since the second week of school, breakfast at Warwick has been served in the Dining Room instead of using the cart near the Atrium hallway. As it turns out, the breakfast program saw a jump in number of participants! It seems that perhaps the Dining Room is a more desirable and convenient location for our students to enjoy breakfast! For this reason, breakfast will continue to be served in the Dining Room.
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And Here's What's Happening in Early October

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Bullying: A Parents' Guide

Wednesday, Sep. 26th, 7pm

150 South Pine Street

Doylestown, PA

The Doylestown Branch of the Bucks County Free Library, in conjunction with the Penn Foundation, is offering the program Bullying: A Parents’ Guide, on Wednesday Sept 26th at 7pm. This program will discuss the role of parents in preventing, identifying, and dealing with bullying behavior. It will include a definition of what is and is not bullying, the impact of social media and cyber-bullying, strategies for helping young people respond to bullying, and resources for parents in assisting their children.

If interested please register here: https://calendar.buckslib.org/event/4357691

Parent Positive: Raise Them Strong

Thursday, Sep. 27th, 7pm

313 West State Street

Doylestown, PA

Brooks Gibbs is an award winning social skills educator who teaches students, parents, and teachers how to build emotional resilience and live by the Golden Rule. His program Raise Them Strong empowers students to make friends and manage emotions. He has spoken to over 2,500 schools and shared his message with over 2 million students. Join us at Lenape Middle School for this Parent Positive Opportunity.


To register to attend, click here.

Warwick Parent Teacher Organization

Click here to learn more about our amazing PTO and how you can get involved!

Warwick Night Out - Dine and Donate

Wednesday, Sep. 26th, 4-8pm

336 York Road

Warminster, PA

The Warwick Elementary School PTO and The Big Scoop Creamery invite you to this year’s first Warwick Night Out “Dine & Donate” event. Enjoy delicious treats and spend quality time with other Warwick families. Don’t miss this fun night out!


How Does it Work? Just drop in for ice cream and other snacks to the Big Scoop Creamery, any time between 4:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. on Wednesday, September 26 and 20% of your bill will be donated to Warwick Elementary School PTO to support our school. Don’t forget to tell your server you are there for Warwick Night Out! Thanks in advance for your support. See you there!

6th Grade Halloween Howl

Friday, Oct. 26th, 7-9pm

Warwick Elementary School Gym

We are excited to invite our 6th graders to Warwick's Annual Halloween Howl! We will have a DJ, snacks, contests, and lots of FUN! Click here for a Sign-up Genius for parents/guardians for food, drinks, and volunteers. All volunteers need to have school district clearances (see Helpful Links below).


NOTE: PERMISSION AND PAYMENT FORM WERE SENT HOME WITH EACH 6th GRADE STUDENT. ALL PARTICIPANTS MUST RETURN THIS IN ORDER TO JOIN IN THE FUN!

Help Support Warwick

You can support Warwick while you shop. Here's how...

  • Giant A+: Go to giantfoodstores.com and select SIGN IN or REGISTER. Once Logged in, select MY ACCOUNT, then MANAGE MY ACCOUNT, then REWARDS & SAVINGS. You will need your 11-digit BONUSCARD number and school ID number which is 26483. If you need assistance, cal 1-888-814-4268 option 1.
  • Box Tops: Information is coming soon.
  • Amazon Smile: Go to Amazon Smile and use the search feature to find Warwick Elementary PTO in Jamison, PA. When shopping at Amazon, use Amazon Smile to benefit Warwick.


Thank you for your continued support!

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Ask your student about the meaning of the "dots" that you see in the beautiful display above designed by our Art Teachers, Mrs. Hallman DiCicco and Ms. Sayer.

Note: Parents/Guardians who do not wish to have their students' images shared on social media (i.e., newsletters, Twitter and Facebook) should indicate so on the Student Emergency & Information form found on the Parent Portal.

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