Warwick Weekly

News and Updates from Mrs. Adelman - October 15, 2021

Important Dates

Friday, October 15th: Fall Harvest Fun at Froehlich's

Friday, October 22nd: School security drill - more information below
Friday, October 29th: Halloween parade and parties at Warwick

  • 9:30: Halloween parade outside - we will loop around the main parking lot

Warwick PTO News and Updates

Upcoming Dates:
  • Friday, October 15th: Fall Harvest Fun at Froehlich's
  • Friday, October 22nd: Halloween Howl for 6th grade students
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From the Desk of Mrs. Adelman

Hi Warwick Bears!

The Central Bucks School District is committed to providing the safest possible environment for its students and staff. In order to maintain a safe learning environment, we constantly work with state and local police to learn and implement best practices in school safety and security.

Each month we conduct fire drills and throughout the year we conduct other emergency drills. Next week we will be conducting a school security drill. What does this look like for our elementary students? On Friday, I will make an announcement to the students and staff that we will be conducting a drill to lockdown our building. During the drill, staff will discuss safety with students such as active listening to adults during drills and be prepared to make on the spot decisions. Our drill will conclude with a fire drill. The Warwick Police Department has been notified of our drill, and we may have officers in attendance to help us with our security practices.

Please reach out to me with any questions.

Thank you for your constant support!

Mrs. Amy Adelman

Red Ribbon Week

Red Ribbon Week takes place every year in October. As a district, we will be celebrating Red Ribbon Week during the week of October 25, 2021. Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drug lessons will be instructed to all students in grades K-6 by the classroom teacher during this week. An e-blast has been sent to parents and guardians on October 1st.

At Warwick we will be having a spirit week during Red Ribbon Week. Please see below for a list of our spirit days - Being Drug Free looks like me...

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Central Bucks Elementary Schools have determined a way for us to now allow for food items involved with Halloween Classroom Celebrations to be consumed at school (this is a change from what was communicated originally to homeroom parents. The determination for if and how this will occur will come from respective Homeroom Parents in their work with the respective Classroom Teacher, but those classrooms that engage in food consumption during Halloween Classroom Celebrations will adhere to the following guidelines:

  • Food consumption will occur for less than 15 minutes.
  • During food consumption, students will be spaced as far apart as feasible.

Additional information about Friday, October 29:

  • Our Halloween Parade will begin at 9:30 a.m. The Halloween Parade is weather dependent. If inclement weather occurs on the 29th, we will hold classroom celebrations only.
  • Please park at Saint Cyrils (located across the street from Warwick) for the parade. The students will parade through the main parking lot.
  • Classroom celebrations will occur after the Halloween Parade. Specific start times will be determined by respective Homeroom Parents and Classroom Teachers. Classroom Teachers will communicate this information to their parents.

Just a friendly reminder that all Halloween costumes should be school appropriate (any costume weapons and/or scary makeup should be reserved for Halloween night at home).

Thank you, and have a wonderful weekend!

Volunteer Clearances

Volunteer Clearances: Do you volunteer frequently at school? Would you like to be a field trip chaperone? If you answered yes to one or both of these questions don't forget to submit your volunteer required paperwork (if you haven't done so previously and/or if your clearances are out of dates). Please visit our HR page on our district's website for more information. Click here!

This school year the district has approved classroom and grade level field trips. If you wish to chaperone your child's future planned event, please recognize that your clearances must be up to date with the Central Bucks School district. if your clearances are up to date, simply upload them into the App Garden-Volunteer_Tracker. If your clearances have expired or if you need to begin the clearance process, click the link above.

Boomerang Award Nominations

The Boomerang Youth Recognition Award is a district-wide monthly program which recognizes and honors youth in our community for exemplifying and living by one of the chosen Developmental Assets® for the school year.

Each year, more than 1,000 elementary, middle, and high school students from Central Bucks School District are nominated for the Boomerang Award. District winners serve as a model to all students in the district, receive school recognition, and are announced in the Bucks County Herald and the Backpack Newsflash, a monthly publication of CB Cares that is distributed to all CBSD children.

Anyone can nominate a student for the Boomerang Youth Recognition Award.

October’s asset is:

Asset #22: School Engagement Young person is actively engaged in learning.

Submit your nomination by October 27th using the link below.

Thank you!


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CB Cares Pumpkinfest


Bucks County Tile Works
Doylestown, Pa.
4 - 9 pm
$20 per Carload

Supporters can purchase an ad in the Pumpkinfest Program Book, sponsor an Artist & Archway, and more.
Pumpkinfest Sponsorship Opportunities Available

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All proceeds of this annual event supports
CB Cares EF programs and initiatives.