Spike's Friday Flyer

April 26 - 30

Next Week and Beyond....

Friday, April 30th

  • Wear your PJ's to school to help you remember to get a good night’s rest and eat a good breakfast on Monday!
  • PSSA TESTING SCHEDULE

Monday, May 3rd

  • PSSA Testing Begins
  • EY PTO Meeting @ 6:30 Via ZOOM

Tuesday, May 4th

  • PSSA Testing

Wednesday, May 5th


Thursday, May 6th

  • PSSA Testing

Friday, May 7th

PSSA Spirit Days

Join us in celebrating all that we have learned this year by participating in our spirit days!


ELA WEEK:

  • Monday, May 3- Wear your EY T-shirt
  • Tuesday, May 4th-Wear a Shirt with Words
  • Thursday, May 6th- Wear a Jersey Day
  • Friday, May 7th- Wear your PJs Day


MATH WEEK:

  • Monday, May 10th- Wear Mismatched Socks/Shoes
  • Tuesday, May 11th- Wear Bright and Bold Colors


SCIENCE WEEK:

Let’s support our 4th grade friends during Science!

  • Thursday, May 13th- Wear YS Colors
  • Friday, May 14th- Wear Comfy/Cozy Clothes



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FROM THE SCHOOL NURSE....

Just a few quick health reminders as we enter the last few weeks of the 2020-2021 school year! The weather is turning warmer and outside play will be everyday, so remember these few tips!


  • Water fountains are not working at school-PLEASE send a water bottle with your student everyday! Hydration is key!

  • Dress appropriately-with warmer weather comes cooler inside temperatures and ‘hotter’ outside conditions-send a light jacket or sweater in the backpack (just in case).

  • Seasonal allergies are in full swing-have your child take their antihistamines (zyrtec, allegra, claritin etc) if directed by the health care provider

  • Is it COVID or seasonal allergies? Click here to check your symptoms!

  • Remember to do your daily symptom check BEFORE coming to school. This can be found here.


The Nurses are always available to answer your questions-please call or email us!

REMINDERS....

*Remember to do your Daily Screening Check BEFORE coming to school!

*Make sure your child is fully charging their Chromebook and bringing it to school each day.