The Pine Run Post

Pine Run's Newsletter

November 4, 2022

What's Happening in the Nest?


Nov. 1st - Kindergarten registration begins (see information below)

Nov. 1st- 30th- Pine Run Food Drive begins (see information below)

Nov. 7th - Blood Drive 4-9 pm in the Pine Run Gym (see flyer below)

Nov. 8th - Election Day - School Closed for Staff and Students, office open 8-4

Nov. 9th - Spirit Day - Grade Level Color Day, wear your grades color head to toe!

Nov. 16th - Dine and Donate at OwowCow with Celebrity Scoopers! (see flyer below)

Nov. 22nd - CHOP PJ Day - see flyer below

Nov. 23rd-27th - Thanksgiving Recess

Nov. 30th - Author visit - Peter Catalanotto

The Best Part of Our Week is Seeing What These Owls Can Do!

Halloween Fun

This Week's SOAR Feather 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 - Lucas B. - Mrs. Dean AM

First Grade -Charlotte S.- Mrs. Woodrow

Second Grade -Roman L. - Mrs. Godwin

Third Grade - Charlotte B. -Mrs. Diaz

Fourth Grade - Maev B. - Mrs. Nicastro

Fifth Grade - Hadassah P. - Ms. Killion

Sixth Grade - Emme N.- Mrs. McManus

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The SOAR Award

October: Organized

Each month Pine Run will highlight one of our 5 character traits, Safe, Organized, Accepting, Respect, and Responsibility. Teachers then nominate students who exemplify the highlighted trait in the school setting. Each month a building-wide winner is announced and they receive the SOAR Award and button. October was all about being organized, and I am pleased to announce Tiara W. from Mrs. Martin's 5th grade class was our building-wide winner. Mrs. Martin shared that Tiara was the first person she thought of when hearing this month's focus was organization. Mrs. Martin explained how Tiara's organizational skills help her get her work completed in a timely manner. She makes sure that all her assignments are completed in a high-quality manner. Her desk is always neat and organized which helps her find everything she needs immediately. We are so proud of Isaiah!

ARTIST OF THE WEEK

Thank you, Leo from Mrs. Diaz's third grade class, Leah from Mrs. Plack's fourth grade class, and Aadhya from Mrs. Treude's fourth grade class for sharing your talent with us!

American Education Week

Open the document below to access the full form and grade-level schedule. Please then use the link to RSVP, by Thursday, Nov. 10th, if you are planning to attend.
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The Great Coin Race Supporting the Ronald McDonald House

Thank you families for your support in our Grade Level Coin Race. During our Scholastic Book Fair students and families donated coins in grade-level containers. All the money we collected will be donated to the Ronald McDonald House helping families in their time of need. As a school community, we collected $515.12. Our grade-level winner, collecting $175.67, was third grade. They will enjoy extra recess for their giving spirits!

Young Author Visit

On Wednesday, November 30th we will welcome author, Peter Catalanotto. Mr. Catalanotto is both an illustrator and writer. Illustrating for magazines such as Readers Digest and American Girl Magazine and book covers for familiar authors, Cynthia Rylant, Judy Bloom, and Mary Pope Osbourne. He has published 46 books 16 of which he has written. We are so pleased to welcome Mr. Catalanatto and learn about his journey as both author and illustrator. If you would like to order one of Mr. Catalanatto's books click on the order form below. Please complete the form and send it in with your payment, made out to Pine Run Elementary School.

PINE RUN NOVEMBER EVENTS

OWOWCOW Dine and Donate with Celebrity Scoopers!

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Want to make a difference in the lives of children in CB?

Bridge Valley Elementary in Furlong is looking for parents who are interested in full-time employment as Personal Care Assistants for students with autism. Personal Care Assistants are paired with specific students and work as part of a team of staff members in special education classrooms. This full-time position offers employees competitive pay and full benefits that include healthcare and prescription coverage. Bridge Valley is looking for individuals eager to work with children and collaborate as a part of a team. If you are interested in making a difference, email Mr. Kevin Cochran at kcochran@cbsd.org. Please introduce yourself, include your resume, and tell him you are a CB elementary school parent or guardian. We look forward to hearing from you!

KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION FOR 2023-2024 SCHOOL YEAR OPENS Tuesday 11/1!


Visit www.cbsd.org/register for more details, including necessary documents to gather in order to register your kindergarten students. Please consider registering right away in order to aid the in its planning for the 2023-2024 school year.

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The CB Farmers Market at Barclay


Any Central Bucks family who may need a little extra food assistance is welcome to join on us at Barclay Elementary School. Our drive-up food distribution runs from 4:30 to 5:30 PM on the 2nd and 4th THURSDAYS (not Wednesdays, like last year) of each month. 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 10,000 pounds of food.

No advanced sign-up is necessary. We kindly ask that you do not line up before 4:30 so as not to interfere with our student dismissal, and that you do not block our neighbors’ driveways. If you do line up during our student dismissal, you will be kindly asked to leave. Also, do not pull forward until you are certain that you have enough room and will not block someone’s driveway. Our neighbors are very understanding and supportive of our work, but also need to come and go during our events. We hope to see many families at our food distribution.

From our Technology Team

Laptop Breakage

We have seen a rise in the number of screen breaks for student laptops. Our policy covers 2 broken screens per device. If your child’s laptop screen breaks 3 times, we will send you an invoice for the repair and labor. The current cost for this is $200. Please remind your child to care for their laptop.

Some simple steps to assist are:

  • Use two hands when holding or moving the device.
  • Use only the provided digital pen or finger on the screen.
  • Use only the power adapter that came with the device.
  • Use a microfiber cloth to clean the screen.
  • Keep device stored in the provided case. This includes traveling through the hallways, on buses, or anytime the device is not being utilized.
  • Make sure nothing is on the keyboard, close the lid, and remove all cables if any are plugged into the laptop.
  • Be careful when placing your case on the floor. Keep the device off the floor so screens do not get stepped on by others.
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Breakfast

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NOVEMBER LUNCH MENU

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District and Community Information

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Please use the link below to sing up for an appointment.

https://www.redcrossblood.org/give.html/drive-results?zipSponsor=pinerun

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The Hub - a place for support and resources for families!

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Before and After Care for 2022-2023 School Year

2022-2023 Before and After School Program Registration Is Open

Visit CBSD Childcare Program site for more information!Community School / Child Care Program (cbsd.org)

Free and Reduced Lunch Program

Click here to access the application and important information regarding this program.
Stacey Pedersen

Principal

spedersen@cbsd.org

267-893-4450

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