December Cub Connection 2020

North Hopewell-Winterstown Elementary

Health Room

Physical Forms:

Reminder - All Kindergarten and 6th grade students need to submit a completed physical exam. A summary of the well-child checkup from your provider’s electronic portal is acceptable.

Parents of Remote Students: If you would like to have the annual school health screenings (height, weight, vision, and hearing) completed, please contact your school nurse to make an appointment.

Parents of Brick and Mortar Students: Yearly health screening results are available in Skyward. If your child did not pass their vision or hearing screenings, you would have been notified by a nurse. The health section is not able to be viewed on the Skyward app. Click on the following tabs to view your child's results.

- Go to

- Parent tab

- Skyward Family Access (login)

- Plus (+) sign

- Health

- Display options

- Physical exams to view height, weight, and BMI

- 2020-21 School Year

Parents, please help us keep ALL students healthy. Check-in with your child every morning before they leave for school!! Please keep your child home if they have any symptoms of illness that may decrease the student’s ability to learn or put them at risk for spreading illness to others.

Please check your child for these symptoms:

  • Fever or chills (Temperature 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit or higher)
  • Cough
  • Sore throat
  • Shortness of Breath or difficulty breathing
  • Fatigue
  • Muscle or body aches
  • Headache
  • New loss of taste or smell
  • Congestion or runny nose
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Diarrhea

For more information, check the Red Lion Area School District Health Services Website or speak to your school nurse.

Inclement Weather

In the event of a school closing or an emergency, below is a list of radio/TV stations that will be notified regarding a change to the schedule. In addition, Red Lion residents may visit the district web-page,, for current information. Our “Skylert” notification system will also be in effect during the school year. Please be sure to keep phone numbers and e-mails active with the school office.




* WRVV-FM (97.3)

* BOB-FM (94.9)

* WHP-AM (580)

* KISS-FM (99.3)


* CW-TV 15

* WSBA-AM (910)

* WARM-FM (103.3)

* WSOX-FM (96.1)

* WKZF-FM (92.7)

* WTPA-FM (92.1)

* WCAT-FM (102.3)

* WQLV-FM (98.9)

Only the stations in bold listed above will be contacted by RLASD. The stations listed below the bold stations indicated with an asterisk (*), are associated and use the same automated systems. These * stations link and will copy the bold stations’ announcements.


State Dental Requirements

Reminder to parents: Have you taken your child to the dentist? If so, please have the dentist fill out the Family Dental Report and return the form to the school nurse.

If you do not have a dentist and would like the School Dental Hygienist to complete a screening along with fluoride, please fill out a permission slip.

For either of these forms, go to the Red Lion Homepage and click on the following tabs: Parent, Nursing & Health Services and Dental or click on the link below,

Please return your forms to the school nurse.


Timing is everything

A diet that promotes good oral health is not just about the foods you eat or avoid — when and how you eat them is equally important.

Foods that take a long time to chew or that you hold in your mouth (such as cough drops) can damage teeth as they retain sugar in the mouth longer than other foods.

Instead of snacking on sugary, carbohydrate-rich or acidic foods throughout the day, eat these foods just during meal times in order to minimize the amount of time teeth are exposed to acid. In addition, the body produces more saliva to help digest larger meals, which washes away more food and helps neutralize harmful acids before they can attack teeth.

Remember to brush and floss before bedtime to remove all the food particles….but also brush before you come to school.


The Red Lion Area School District is happy to announce that the free meal program has been extended through June 30, 2021 for all students.

The USDA, on Friday, Oct. 9, 2020, extended its Summer Food Service Program through June 30, 2021, to allow schools to continue to provide meals at no cost to all children. The program originally was scheduled to run until December 2020, but was now extended throughout the entire 2020-2021 school year.

Calendar of Events


1 - Students Return to School

3 - School Board Meeting @ 7PM

8 - PTO Virtual Meeting 6pm

8 - PTO Virtual Book Fair Ends

10 - Spirit Day/Silly Snowman & Cheerful Candy Cane

17 - School Board Meeting @ 7PM

24 - Christmas Eve

24 - School Not in Session / Office is Closed

25 - Christmas Day

25 - School Not in Session / Office is Closed

28 - School Not in Session / Office is Closed

29 - School Not in Session / Office is Closed

30 - School Not in Session / Office is Closed

31 - New Year's Eve

31 - School Not in Session / Office is Closed


1 - New Year's Day 2021

1 - School Not in Session / Office is Closed

4 - Students Return to School

North Hopewell-Winterstown Elementary School

Abby K Gold, Principal

Trish Marcules, Secretary

Fax Number: 223-200-3059

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