The Pine Run Post


September 24, 2021

Important Dates

Oct. 1st - Pine Run Skate Night: Inline 309 5:30-7:30PM

Oct. 11th-22nd - APEX Fundraiser and Fun Run - more information to be sent home shortly

Oct. 12th - Pine Run Picture Day - see information below

Oct. 14th - HSA (Home & School Association) first meeting of the year! 7PM, Pine Run Library

Looking Ahead:

Follet Online Book Fair Begins Oct. 25th

All Halloween activities will take place on Friday, Oct. 29th

The Best Part Of My Week Is Seeing What These Owls Can Do!

This Week's SOAR Winners

Congratulations to this week's S.O.A.R winners. The students below demonstrated success by being safe, organized, accepting of others, respectful and responsible. We are beaming with pride because we know, Success Isn't Given, It's Earned!

Congratulations to...

Kindergarten - Ellie H. from Mrs.Carps AM class

First Grade - Zara P. from Mrs. Woodrow's class

Second Grade - Nora D. from Mrs. Romano's class

Third Grade - Danna C. from Mrs.Coleman's class

Fourth Grade - John B. from Mrs. Treude's class

Fifth Grade -Josh K. from Mrs. Diaz's class

Sixth Grade - Faith A.. from Mrs. Fisher's class

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Bus Riding Behavior: Maintaining safety and responsibility to and from school

We have recently had an increase in behavior concerns on the school bus. Getting our students to school and home safely is a top priority. Mrs. Fronheiser and I have boarded many of the busses to revisit appropriate behavior. We have discussed using appropriate language, keeping hands and feet to oneself, and staying seated while the bus is in motion. We know some of our students have a long bus ride and we encourage them to bring a book to read, a sketchbook to draw in, or a device to play a game or listen to music on (photos may not be taken or shared on the bus). My goal is to visit all of the busses in the coming days to clarify my expectations and ensure ALL students are safe while riding the school bus. Our Pine Run Behavior Notice will be used in cases where students are demonstrating inappropriate behavior on the bus and repeat offenses may lead to a loss of bus riding privileges, in these cases, you would need to drive your child to and from school. I hope you will work with us as we seek to ensure our entire school community is safe while on the bus. Thank you for your cooperation and support.
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Student Directory

We are preparing the 2021-2022 Student Directory. This directory includes school information as well as parent contact information. If you do NOT wish to have your personal information included in the directory, (address, phone number, email) please email Mrs. Lofaso in the office,
Click here for the PDF version.
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Picture Day

Picture Day is October 12th. Order forms will come home on September 24th.

Please see the note below from C&C Photo Studios.

There is a misprint on the picture day order forms and was hoping to have an email blast sent to parents.

Package E - Build your own package is listed as $22.00 and $23.00. The actual cost for package E is $22.00.

We apologize for any confusion.

Amazon Smile

AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way for you to support a charity of your choice every time you shop, at no cost to you. AmazonSmile is available at on your web browser and can be activated in the Amazon Shopping App for iOS and Android phones. AmazonSmile will be listed in the Settings menu; from there, you can follow onboarding instructions to activate the program on your device.

When you select your charity, please consider supporting Pine Run - we are Pine Run PTO Inc

Our Community

CB Community Presentation

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Crushing Stigma: Building Mental Strength for Life
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CB Barclay Farmers Market

CB Farmers Market at Barclay Reopens on Wednesday, September 8th at 4:30

Any Central Bucks family who may need a little extra food assistance is welcome to join us on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of every month at Barclay Elementary School. Our drive-up food distributions run from 4:30 to 5:30 PM. We generally have free dry goods, fresh produce, milk, eggs, and bread, and often have some frozen meat and poultry. At each event, we pass out an average of 12,000-15,000 pounds of food.

The CB Farmers Market started in 2019 as a monthly market that distributed free produce. At the start of the pandemic, we recognized a significant need in our community, with many families needing food assistance for the first time in their lives. As our operations grew, so did our network of amazing individuals and community organizations—all of whom are committed to addressing food insecurity in the Central Bucks School District. By our estimates, 1,500 CB children may experience temporary or chronic food insecurity—a statistic which should not exist in a community with our resources. Our completely volunteer-run and managed organization was founded on two beliefs: 1) During times of need, which we all experience in one form or another, we should be able to count on the compassion and support of our neighbors; and 2) Our community’s collective commitment to our children is a bond much stronger than all of the other forces that might otherwise divide us.

We hope to see many families at our food distribution on September 8th at 4:30. No advanced sign-up is necessary. We kindly ask that you do not line up before 4:30, and that you do not block our neighbors’ driveways. They are very understanding and supportive of our work, but also need to come and go during our events. This month, with the support of many generous donors, we’ll also have a large stock of free school supplies. If you have any questions about the market, please e-mail or

CB Cares Backpack Newsflash

CB Cares Backpack Newsflash

Please enjoy the September CB Cares newsletter, highlighting some of the great things our CB students and staff have done over the last few months.

All students, staff members, and visitors are required to wear face coverings while inside our school building and on school buses. This was a result of the Order of the Acting Secretary and the new Health and Safety Plan, which was approved by the CBSD Board of Education on August 31, 2021.

Individuals, including students, staff, parents, and all visitors, who wish to request a mask exception must carefully review and submit the Central Bucks School District’s face covering exemption form. NO other form will be accepted for reason of exemption from the face-covering order. Please send the signed hard copy form to school with your child if they will not be wearing a mask.

I encourage all families to have a conversation with their child around the topic of face coverings. Each child should understand proper mask-wearing behaviors, as well as your family's personal expectations. My hope is that it will ensure students are following the directive of their parents while also following the procedures and guidelines put in place for all.

Please know teachers and staff will provide gentle reminders, to those students wearing masks, to keep them fitted correctly, covering the mouth and nose and not under their chin.

Thank you for your cooperation and understanding as we move forward.

It's Time to Update those Emergency Forms!

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August & September Lunch Menu

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October Lunch Menu

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CHIP - Pennsylvania's Children's Health Insurance Program

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Young Rembrandts at Pine Run

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Before and After Care for 2021-2022 School Year

2021-2022 Before and After School Program Registration Opens the End of June!

Visit CBSD Childcare Program site for more information!

Stacey Pedersen



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