The Warwick Weekly
Respect - Responsibility - Cooperation - Excellence
Thursday, December 4, 2014
Coming Home Today:
December Lunch Menus
Musical Performances, Grade 1 & 4
Market Day Flyer
Break Out the Winter Gear!
Please be sure to bundle up the kids before sending them off to school. Hats, gloves/mittens, scarves, and warm winter coats help the kids enjoy the time they have outside during recess.
Giving Project Details
Look for Information from your child's teacher regarding our Holiday Basket Giving Drive. Each homeroom class will be given a food item to donate. Our school community has provided some pretty amazing holiday memories and celebrations over the years. Thank you for your continued support of this community support effort.
Warwick Artists on display
Fifth grade students in Mrs. Alderfer’s Art Classes created abstract pebble paintings using the concepts of Analogous Colors, Complementary Colors, Tints and Shades. Students used blending techniques to shade their pebble shapes with acrylic paints.
Mrs. Parks’ students created Pop-Art variations of apples with Mrs. Alderfer using paper mosaic squares and sponge paint.
Mrs. Parks’ students created fall trees with Mrs. Alderfer, using corrugated cardboard, finger paint, construction paper and painted wooden apples.
Mrs. Parks’ students created Pumpkins in art class by using a paper quilling technique. Students rolled their own orange paper strips to create their beautiful pumpkins!
First grade students in Mrs. Alderfer’s Art Classes created line design patterns using crayon, water color and black paper strips. Their abstract designs look a lot like modern stained glass windows!
Second grade students in Mrs. Alderfer’s Art Classes created Native American inspired coil pots. Students used the coil method of construction and used glaze as well as an acrylic wash to make their pots vibrant with color.
First grade students in Miss Van Houten’s Art Classes created works of art inspired by Piet Mondrian and Wassily Kandinsky and the art elements line and shape. Students worked with primary colors and also learned how to mix secondary colors using tempera paints.
Third grade students in Miss Van Houten’s Art Classes learned about warm and cool colors. Students created sun and moon artworks that show expression through illustration and color choices.
Fifth Grade students in Miss Van Houten’s Art Class completed their own complex color wheel, with the use of tempera paints and mixing colors to create 12 different “Hues”.
Sixth grade students in Mrs. Alderfer’s Art Classes created repeating stamped radial designs,much like the geometric designs found on Moroccan Tiles. Students carved designs into rubber erasers and used florescent highlighter markers for the ink.
Popular Reading Books Grades K-3
Popular Reading Books Grades 4-6
Boomerang Award Assets 2014-2015
- Father/Son Event, Newtown Athletic Club, 7:00-9:00
- Band lessons stage/8:15, library
- Chess Club, 8:00, Room 16
- Strings Rehearsal, 8:00, Gym Stage
- Secret Shop
- Spirit Day, Wear Eagles Gear
- Band Rehearsal, Gym Stage, 8:15
- Strings Rehearsal, Gym Stage, 8:00
- Band Rehearsal (8:15)
- Dress Up Day, Students and Staff
December 24-January 4
- Winter Recess
- School Resumes
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Warwick Elementary School
1340 Almshouse Road
Jamison, PA 18929