E-Staff Weekly for 3/21/16

"Personalizing Education"

CPI Team Annoucement

Please remember that if the CPI team is called over the intercom, all team members should report to the room that is announced. In addition, all neighboring classrooms in that hallway should refrain from allowing students to leave the classroom. I do not want students to observe staff members using CPI holds on the student that is in crisis.

Embedded Technology Coaching

Now that Brandon has accepted a position at Cheltenham SD, please remember that Chris Brockman and Cara Gurysh are available for coaching too. They are more than happy to support our technology integration. You can email them to schedule an appointment.

Kidsville Newspaper: Message from Dr. Scheid's office

We have been given the opportunity to provide our K-5 students with a monthly copy of, Kidsville newspaper. We will be sending article and pictures of our students to print in the paper via Joe Ferry.

The paper will be delivered on the 1st Tuesday or Wednesday of every month. There is no mandatory use of it. Teachers should use it at their discretion.

Lockdown Drill

In April, we will have our spring lock down drill. Please be advised that this will be unannounced and the Hilltown Police Department will be 'securing' our building, not our Seylar emergency response team. Due to their involvement, the drill will last 10-15 minutes. Communication will be sent to our families from the main office immediately following the drill.

Professional Development Meeting

Wednesday, March 23rd, 4pm


Agenda is forthcoming

Raptor System (NEW START DATE)

On Monday, March 29, our Raptor System will be implemented. Please remember that all visitors and volunteers must be wearing a printed sticker. See below for an example.
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The Adventure of the South Pole Pig

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Happy Birthday to You!



Teaching Resources, Inspiration, and Sometimes a Good Laugh!

M. M. Seylar Elementary School

"Personalizing Education"

Education is a very personal thing. We at Seylar believe that every child has the right to achieve their highest potential and for them to be inspired, to dream, to be excited, and to have pride within themselves and for their school community. Our mission is to combine these beliefs with your child’s innate passions and love for learning to bring together a mind’s on approach, where students are engaged, challenged, and supported so they can achieve their personal best.