The Kindle Korner

Monday, October 24, 2022

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Elwood Kindle HSA is linked to Amazon Smile! If you are shopping on Amazon, please think about going through Amazon Smile and a portion of the purchase will be given to the HSA.

It’s not too late to receive your free hugger, all you have to do is sign your child up at If you need any assistance please don’t hesitate to contact Megan Lowden,

Save that Halloween candy that you may not want! We will be holding a candy drive following Halloween-more details to follow.

Please follow the “Kindle School HSA” Facebook page for future updates and reminders!

Next HSA meeting is Wednesday, November 2nd at 7pm in the library. We would love to see you there!

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From Mrs. Rosenberger, RN

What’s “going around” at school right now? Flu season is in full swing and we are still seeing Covid-19 infections. How can you tell the difference? Only a lab test can tell for sure, but this link is helpful:

Is your child eligible for a COVID -19 booster? Discuss options with your child’s healthcare provider.

Ask your child’s healthcare provider if your child should get the flu vaccine. It is easily accessible through our county’s free flu clinics, primary care providers and pharmacies.

Children & the Flu Vaccine

  • Children are encouraged to see their pediatrician for vaccination.

  • Children without a pediatrician, under the age of 5, should attend the scheduled "preschool/daycare/family clinics".

  • Children ages 6 months to 18 years must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. If a legal guardian, please bring proper documentation.

  • Children under the age of 9 receiving flu immunizations for the first time need a second shot at least 4 weeks after the 1st.

  • Preschool children attending a licensed daycare facility must have received their mandatory flu immunization before December 31st to be allowed to attend daycare the following year.

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Spirit Week

Throughout the month of October, our students will be participating in various age appropriate activities to recognize the Week of Respect (October 3rd -7th), NJ School Violence Awareness Week (October 16th - 21st) and Red Ribbon Week (October 23rd - 31st). The primary focus of the activities is to encourage all of our students to make healthy choices and demonstrate respect for themselves, their fellow students and their community.

As a culminating activity, we will have a “Spirit Week” with themes each day during the week of October 24th.

The themes are as follows:

Monday, October 24th – “Paws off to Drugs.” – Everyone will wear black and orange.

Tuesday, October 25th – “Team Up Against Drugs.” – Everyone will wear a team jersey/t-shirt.

Wednesday, October 26th– “RED-y To Live A Drug Free Life” - Everyone will wear red.

Thursday, October 27th – “Being Drug Free is No Sweat” - Everyone will wear a sweatshirt or sweatpants.

Friday, October 28th - “I’m a Jean-ius I’m Drug Free” – Everyone will wear jeans.

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Halloween Parade

Date: Monday, October 31, 2022

Time: 2:00-2:30 p.m. (Memorial School’s parade is 1:00-1:30)

Place: Kindle Playground


  1. Enter by the playground gates on Highland Terrace. Sign-in and receive a Visitor’s Badge to wear during the parade.

  2. Please stand on the outside of the cones so there will be room for the students as they parade out. The parade will begin promptly at 2:00-so come early to sign-in!

  3. Students will parade around the playground multiple times with their homerooms.

  4. Food Pantry Collection! We will be collecting canned goods for the local food pantry! Please bring non-perishable food items to the parade. They are currently in need of: peanut butter, jelly, tuna and canned vegetables. (No cereal at this time)

Just a friendly reminder: Please use good judgment when selecting a costume for your child. Pretend weapons, excessively scary, or bloody costumes are not permitted. Thank you!

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November School Closings

Thursday, November 10th - Professional Development

Friday, November 11th - Professional Development

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Pitman Technology Support Request Form

Technology Support Tickets Form

All requests for Technology Support must be submitted via the Pitman Public Schools - Technology Support. Please do not email the building principals, teachers, or the Pitman Technology Team directly. We will contact you as fast as possible with some troubleshooting techniques or schedule a drop off for repair. The form can be accessed above, the district website under the Families tab, or on the student Chromebooks in the PSD links bookmark folder.

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Counselor's Korner

Please see the link below to access Dr. Davidson's Google Classroom.
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School Breakfast Program

If students are ordering breakfast they should arrive at school by 8:05. Students need to be finished breakfast when homeroom starts at 8:20. Eating breakfast can improve school performance. Research shows that increase School Breakfast Program participation is associated with better academic test scores, daily attendance, and class participation. The School Breakfast Program also has been linked to reductions in student absences and tardiness. Breakfast is $2.00 and Reduced/Free lunch is $0.00.

Home of the Pitman Panthers!

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