Gayman Gazette

Celebrating 60 Years of Education! February 15th Edition

Thank you for your generosity!

Gayman Elementary collected 463 cans of soup for our "Soup"er Game Day! We exceeded our goal!

The cans lined Gayman's hallways in celebration on Friday. This week they will be delivered to the CB Farmers Market.

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Save the Date

  • Tuesday, Feb. 15th @ 7:00PM: Minding Your Mind @ Holicong Middle School
  • Thursday, Feb. 17th: Random Acts of Kindness Day
  • Thursday, Feb. 17th @ 7:45AM: Gayman Choir Practice
  • Friday, Feb. 18th: CBSD Schools Closed/Teacher In-Service
  • Friday, Feb. 18th @ 2:00PM-7:00PM: Red Cross Blood Drive
  • Monday, Feb. 21st: CBSD Schools Closed (Presidents' Day)
  • Wednesday, Feb. 23rd: Boomerang Award Nominations Due: Caring
  • Thursday, Feb. 24th @ 7:45AM: Gayman Choir Practice
  • Thursday, Feb. 24th: Gayman's Got Talent Show!
  • Monday, Feb. 28th: Crazy Sock Day - Celebrating our Differences!
Gayman Elementary School

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Dino Dig

Our 2nd grade students learned about dinosaur fossils and more! They even saw a real dinosaur skull and acted as archaeologists sifting through dirt.
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Caring Students

The February Boomerang Asset is Caring - Young person values service to others, in their family, school, or community. If you know a student who exemplifies this asset, please complete a nomination form by Wednesday, February 23rd and email it to Liz Meier, our student support counselor, at

Random Acts of Kindness Day: February 17th

We are excited to celebrate Random Acts of Kindness Day on Thursday! Being kind and giving praise leads to immeasurable gains. Your thoughtfulness can turn someone's day around, leaving you both feeling great. Researchers, such as Shawn Anchor, report that genuine praise and kindness lead to greater success. When people feel happy, they are more productive, creative, and innovative. Let's make someone's day!

Student Council's ideas worth spreading:

  • Give a compliment to a friend.
  • Ask someone to play with you.
  • Say "thank you" or write a thank you note.

Car Rider Reminders

To ensure a safe and efficient arrival and dismissal, we ask that you follow these rules. Thank you for your patience during arrival and dismissal.

  1. Display your family's name on the "pick up placard".
  2. Drive slowly and stay in your lane in the parking lot.
  3. Stay in your car, as students enter and exit the vehicle.
  4. For their safety, students should use the passenger side door only.


As part of the state mandate for career education, all Pennsylvania students are to receive information on the various pathways available to them to pursue their interests including post-secondary education, the world of work or the military. As one part of this we have developed a long-standing relationship with the local Career Technical Center, Middle Bucks Institute of Technology.

At the high school level, our students can spend half of their school day at MBIT in classrooms and program laboratories receiving specific training in areas such as horticulture or electronics. While in the middle school grades, students attend presentations about the many programs which can lead to visits or even shadowing a current student in programs such as commercial art or dental occupations. Summer school programs are also conducted in many areas of interest including Drone Discovery and Pastry Art.

Over the last few years, we have also shared information with our elementary students through in-person tours and most recently real-time virtual panels and visits given by the current MBIT students to our sixth-grade classes. These tours are scheduled again for this May. Take a tour yourself and find out more about the many opportunities available to the Central Bucks students: Virtual Open House.

For comments or questions, please contact Ginny Barrett at

2021 PSSA Student Reports

On Thursday, February 17th, the 2021 PSSA Individual Student Report (ISR) will be sent home in a sealed envelope with your 4th - 6th grade child. The assessment was administered in grades 3-6 in English Language Arts and Mathematics, and grade 4 in Science during the 2020-2021 school year.

If your child receives a blank report, that is in an indication that your child did not take the assessment. Additionally, you will not receive a report if your child was not a student at Gayman Elementary School during our last school year. Thank you!

Attention 6th Grade Families

Kindergarten Registration

It's time to register for Kindergarten!

Click here for the CBSD Kindergarten Registration page including necessary documents to gather in order to register your kindergarten students.

Once your child is registered, then tell us about your son/daughter! We invite you to complete our Kindergarten Welcome Survey found on our New Families Resources Page.

NOTE: Requests for morning or afternoon kindergarten are determined on a first come - first serve basis. Priority is also given to a request with a documented need by the parents' employers.

Our Mighty Mustangs in Action

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PALS Socks Fundrasier

Thank you to all of our families who supported the PALS Socks Fundraiser. With your support, you have raised $325 for programs supported by the Gayman Home & School Association!

Get ready to wear those crazy socks on Monday, February 28th!

Volunteer for a GHSA Event!

Click here to access a Google form to volunteer.

Save the Date! Family Fun Color Run

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Join us on Facebook!

Gayman Elementary and the Gayman Home and School Association are pleased to announce our Facebook page.

Join today by clicking here, or join by scanning the QR code to the right of this page.

Capture Your Memories!

Order your Gayman 2021-2022 yearbook with a few simple steps:

  1. Go to
  2. Enter Gayman's Passcode: 10157566069198.
  3. Orders are due by April 12th.

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Central Bucks School District News and Information

Click here to access the Parent Resource page for the CBSD.


Parents and guardians are able to submit an absence request via the Parent Portal. When a student is absent from school, but the school did not receive communication from the parent or guardian, a text message and email will be sent.

All attendance questions can be directed to Christine Stevens,, in the Gayman Office.

Volunteer Now

To volunteer or chaperone, your clearances must be up-to-date.

If your clearances are current, upload them into the App Garden - Volunteer Tracker. If your clearances have expired, or you need to begin the clearance process, click on the Required Documents for the directions. For more information, consult the Human Resources Volunteer Required Paperwork webpage.

CB Patriots Players

Tickets are now on sale for the Patriot Players upcoming production of Into the Woods!

Performances will be in the CB East auditorium on Friday, April 1 at 7:30, Saturday, April 2 at 7:30, and Sunday, April 3 at 2:00.

Purchase your tickets HERE.

Thank you for supporting the arts here at East and we hope you enjoy the show!

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Gayman Student Handbook 2021-2022

As polices change, the CBSD school board policies will supersede the Gayman Student Handbook.