Warwick Weekly

News and Updates from Mrs. Adelman - October 23, 2020

Important Dates

Monday, October 26th - Friday, October 30th: Red Ribbon Week (see below)

Friday, October 30th: Warwick Spirit Day - Wear Halloween colors (i.e. purple, orange, black) ; all school Halloween Bingo 1:45 - 2:30PM

Tuesday, November 3rd: Virtual Learning Day for students - instruction will be synchronous - Election Day

Friday, November 6th: Warwick Spirit Day

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PTO News

Save the Date: We will be holding a virtual general PTO meeting on November 18th at 7PM (More information to follow).

Virtual Pumpkin Contest: Please see flyer below for our virtual pumpkin contest!

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From the Desk of Mrs. Adelman

Hi Warwick Bears!

Friday, October 30th will be a colorful spirit day, all students and staff will be invited to wear Halloween colors (i.e. orange, purple, green, black, etc.) to school. We will also be having a whole school virtual bingo from 1:45 - 2:30. Bingo winners will receive fun prizes and our grand prizes will include target gift cards! Teachers will also incorporate various Halloween themed classroom activities leading up to Halloween. All 15 elementary schools will not be having a Halloween parades or classroom parties this year.

Additionally, I invite parents and guardians to submit Halloween costume photos of Warwick students. We will create a virtual parade slideshow highlighting Warwick students dressed in their Halloween costumes. Please send all pictures to aadelman@cbsd.org, in order to create a slide show to share with students.

Have a great weekend!

Mrs. Amy Adelman

Veteran's Day

November 11, 2020 will be Red, White, and Blue Day in honor of Veterans Day! If you would like us to celebrate a veteran who is special to you, please complete the form by clicking here. You can also send their picture to ksleicher@cbsd.org by November 2, 2020 to be included in our Veterans Day Tribute!

News from the Nurse

  • The students have been doing a great job at school washing their hands and wearing their masks!
  • Daily amounts of essential vitamins are another good way to boost kid's immune system to help prevent illness.
  • Vitamin C is not stored in the body, which makes it important to consume it daily. Vitamin C is found in many fruits and vegetables including strawberries, oranges and broccoli.
  • Always consult your child's pediatrician if you have concerns about healthy eating or starting a vitamin supplement.

3rd graders need a Dental Exam dated after September 1, 2019.

6th graders need a Physical Examination dated after September 1, 2019.

You can send them in with your child , email me at kmabin@cbsd.org , or fax to 267-893-5815.

You can access Medical Forms here: https://www.cbsd.org/Page/11185
or any form that the Dentist or Physician uses can be accepted.

  • In order for the Nurse to be able to give your child Tylenol or Advil in the Health Office, you need to complete the Student Emergency Form. A nurse will always call a parent or guardian prior to administering medication to an elementary student. This form also ensures we have the most up to date contact information.

DIRECTIONS for IC Student Emergency Form access
Infinite Campus Parent Portal: https://www.cbsd.org/Page/26952

In the Parent Portal please chose the link in your message inbox that says “Student Emergency Form”.

Next – “Click here to update an Existing CB Student Emergency Form”

It will ask you to select a language (English or Spanish).
It will now take you to the Infinite Campus Online Registration – select the “Begin” button and from there you will be able to complete this information.

TIP – After you confirm / edit information, use the NEXT button until you only have the option for Previous or Save/Continue. DO NOT click Save/Continue if you have a NEXT button available.

(We’ve been told should take no more than 5-10 minutes, depending upon how much information you need to update.)

After you hit the “SUBMIT” button, you will receive an email thanking you for completing.


Kristen Mabin

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Health Check Reminder

1. Please monitor your child daily for fever and/or other signs of COVID-19. Be sure to keep students home if they have one of the following symptoms –cough, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, new lack of smell or taste; or two of the following symptoms – fever, sore throat, runny nose/congestion, chills, muscle pain, nausea or vomiting, headache, diarrhea, and fatigue.

2. Students with fever/symptoms/with no known COVID-19 exposure may return to school when asymptomatic and fever free for 24 hours without fever reducing medication; or confirmation of alternative diagnosis by health care provider.

3. Families are required to report confirmed or suspected cases of COVID-19 to the School Nurse.

4. Students who exhibit signs or symptoms of COVID-19 during the school day will be placed in isolation and masked until arrangements are made for dismissal.

5. Students with positive COVID-19 test may return to school after 10 days have passed since the symptoms first appeared and being fever-free for 24 hours without fever reducing medication. The student will need to produce the Isolation Release Letter from the Bucks County Department of Health.

6. Students returning after COVID-19 infection will be checked by the School Nurse prior to returning to the classroom.

7. If a student is exposed to a person with a positive COVID- 19 test, the student will have to quarantine for 14 days. If the student becomes symptomatic, they will be treated as a positive COVID-19 case and will need to isolate at home for 10 days from the date that the symptoms began.
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