QE Weekly Newsletter

November 6, 2022

Important Information

Parent Teacher Conferences

This is just a reminder that our last date for parent-teacher conferences will be held on Monday, November 7 from 4 PM - 8 PM. Please connect with your child's teachers to make an appointment. While teachers will be running conferences at the building, parents have the option to attend virtually for convenience purposes.

Scholastic Book Fair

Get ready for the excitement! It's almost time for our Scholastic Book Fair!!!

Paper copies of the information letters and flyers will be sent home with students in November.

Our goal is to have every student go home with a book. All students will be offered a free "like new" book from our school loft.

Day 3 classes on 11/7, Monday

Day 4 classes on 11/9, Wednesday

  • Students come to the book fair during their class library time.
  • Parent shopping time at QE is during the Parent Teacher Conference Night on Monday, November 7th from 5:00-7:00 p.m.
  • Online shopping is available 11/7-11/20. https://www.scholastic.com/bf/quakertownelementary
  • Spanish Book Lists:
  • PIE volunteers will be graciously helping us during the fair
  • Activity pages and wish lists are offered to students and everyone is welcome to browse whether they have money to purchase items or not.

Every purchase helps our school earn money to buy new books. THANK YOU!

PSSA Score Reports

This week, we will be sending home hard copies of the student PSSA scores from the Spring for our current 4th and 5th-grade students so be on the lookout for an envelope with their personalized score report and one-page overview of the PSSAs. Parents also have access to these scores on LinkIt!

Shop with a Cop



December 15th, 2022 at Quakertown Walmart

Eligibility criteria includes:

  • Must be from the Quakertown School District or referred to the program by a partnering Police Department

  • Children must be 5-13 years of age

  • Families have been faced with a life challenge such as homelessness, loss of job, military deployment, etc


1. Completed two page application

2. Signed Release Waiver

3. Wish list for each child in the household ages 5-13

To Apply: Applications can be found in English and Spanish: Quakertown.org/SWAC

Questions and applications can be submitted to Ashton Miller – amiller@quakertown.org ; 215-536-5001 x2136


Spirit Wear Orders

If you are interested in ordering spirit wear, please use this form and have all orders submitted by November 18. All orders will be delivered by December 16.

MOD Pizza Fundraiser - November 15

Please consider supporting QE by ordering at MOD Pizza on November 15 where 20% of the proceeds will go directly to our efforts at QE! Check out this flyer which contains more information.


There was a request from parent-teacher conferences surrounding the possibility of bringing back birthday celebrations with a parent/guardian. We can absolutely accommodate this request, however, we will need to make sure that the parents/guardians have their clearances. If this is something that you are interested in doing, please reach out to Dr. Lesher (glesher@qcsd.org) and he can give you more specifics about expectations and logistics.

Upcoming Important Dates

Monday, November 7 - Parent Teacher Conferences (4-8)

Thursday, November 10 - 1st Grade Field Trip to Crayola Factory

Tuesday, November 15 - Picture Makeup Day

Wednesday, November 16 - PIE Meeting (6:30-8:00)

November 23-28 - Thanksgiving Break - No School

Previous Smore Newsletters

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About Us

At QE, we challenge our students academically and behaviorally through our state-recognized Positive Behavior Support Program, P.R.I.D.E. Every QE student is taught to presevere, show respect, be in control, show dependability, and effort in all school and life endeavors.

The children are our most cherished possessions. Please know that we will do everything in our power to make sure your child feels respected, safe, happy, and successful at Quakertown Elementary School. When we are working together; parents, teachers, staff, and students, we will come together to help each child reach their fullest learning potential.