Rolling Hills Elementary
Weekly Newsletter - October 18, 2019
Hello RHE families,
I hope that you had a wonderful day! As you can see below, next week will be very busy at RHE. Monday kicks off Red Ribbon Week. Please see the link below for more information.
Lastly, please see the information at the link below for Trunk or Treat information.
Enjoy the weekend!
Here’s what’s in store at RHE next week…
Leave your Mark: Wear RED to support National Red Ribbon Campaign!
It’s SUPER to Make Healthy Choices: Wear a superhero shirt
Chess Club – 8:00 – Cafeteria
Picture retakes – Stage
Sixth grade roof top picture
Team up to Make Good Choices: Wear your favorite sports shirt or jersey.
Your Choices are the Key to Your Dreams: Wear pajamas.
We Make Good Choices: Wear a school shirt or our school colors: blue and gold! This is also cancer awareness day. We were asked to wear pink and blue, so wear BLUE and support BOTH!
Rockin’ Roadrunners – 8:25
Trunk or Treat – 6:30-8:00
Our annual festivities will begin with a parade on Thursday, October 31st starting at 2:30 p.m. Please see Halloween Letter 2019 - RHE for more information. Parents may cheer on our costumed students on the side playground. For school security and safety reasons, parents who are coming for the parade are not permitted inside the school. Only those parents who are RHHSA Homeroom Liaisons will be permitted to help with the party. We love when parents come to the parade in costume; however, we ask that parents not wear masks that disguise their identity. Please remember that costumes incorporating weapons and/or depicting violence are not appropriate to bring to school. Our school strives for a climate of non-violence. Your support is greatly appreciated!
Sixth Grade Pumpkin Fest Social
Join your friends under the stars at Pumpkin Fest After Dark at Shady Brook Farm in Yardley, PA!
Thursday, October 24th, 2019 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
$11 per person
This event is for 6th graders only and registration forms were sent home with students earlier this week.
*Please return the registration/permission form to school as well as purchase your students ticket/entrance fee at our school store. See attached flyer for additional information.
Please contact Julie Hamnett 215-264-9257 or Lisa Bowlen 215-850-5811 with any questions.
Bridges in Mathematics Parent Workshop
Bridges in Mathematics, Council Rock’s new math textbook, is a researched based K-5 mathematics program designed to develop deep understanding of concepts, along with the ability to solve complex problems.
Please join us to discover all the interesting strategies your child is learning in school and practicing at home on Thursday, October 24, 2019 from 7:00-8:15pm at the Newtown Middle School Auditorium.
Trunk or Treat
Date: Friday, October 25th (raindate: Friday, November 1st)
Time: 6:30 - 8:00 PM
Come join other Rolling Hills families for a night of games, fun and prizes. Children can safely trick or treat in a sectioned off area of host trunks. Please remember this is the not a "drop off" activity. Students are required to have an adult host. We will be asking for donations from students whose families are not participating as a trunk but plan on trick or treating at the event. This is not required, but greatly appreciated. All treaters and trunks should pre-register here! Please register by October 20, 2019. Any questions, please contact Jen or Paul Ruffenach at email@example.com
We are in need of volunteers to make this event successful. Please log into your Membership Tool Kit account and select the Volunteer tab. The sign up for Trunk or Treat can be found under Special Events. Thank you!
Kidstuff/Save Around Books
CR Media Festival Promotional Design Contest
The Promotional Design Contest for the Media Festival will be open for submissions from Wednesday, October 2nd to Friday, December 6th.
For more information about the Media Festival, please visit the webpage at:
Student cell phones are to be used for emergency purposes only. Cell phones are not to be used in school or on school busses. Cell phones must be turned off and kept in the students' backpacks. Please be advised that the school is not responsible for damaged, lost, or stolen items.
In today's world, there are many reasons that students carry cellular telephones, but we have to collectively remind students about their appropriate use. Please see the Student-Parent Handbook for more information.
- Friday, October 25th - Trunk or Treat
- Thursday, October 31st - Halloween Parade/Parties
- Tuesday, November 5th - No School (Election Day)
- Friday, November 22nd - Report Cards Available on Home Access Center
Monday, November 25th – Early Dismissal (Evening Conferences – PM Kindergarten Attends)
Tuesday, November 26th – Early Dismissal (AM Kindergarten Attends)
Wednesday, November 27th – No School (AM Conferences)
Thursday, November 28th and Friday, November 29th – No School (Thanksgiving Break)
Chartwells - Lunch
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