Patriot Day / First Responder Project
Patriot Day is a special day observed in the United States on September 11th each year. It’s a day to remember and honor the lives lost during the tragic events of September 11, 2001. We encourage students to learn about the events of 9/11 in an age-appropriate manner. We discuss the importance of unity, bravery, and the resilience of our nation during difficult times.This year we would also like to engage in acts of kindness and community service as a way to honor the spirit of unity that emerged during this time. We would like to show our appreciation to our local first responders by creating bags for them to use while on the job. Please click HERE to find out how you can help support our Pirates in this great act of kindness.
New Family Orientation
We are thrilled to offer two New Family Orientation sessions this year. If you are new to the district and would like to learn how to access the parent portal, use our Suffern Central App, put money on your child's lunch account..etc please join us. Check out the flyer above for more details and to RSVP.
On Friday, September 15th students will attend their first Pirate Pep Rally of the year. At this school wide assembly, students will meet the Fifth Grade Student Council as well as work together to develop our school wide charter. Of course, we'll also have some music and dancing as well! All student also are invited to show their Pirate Pride by wearing their favorite pirate themed accessories.
Back to School Block Party Rescheduled 😔
Unfortunately due to the impending storm our Back to School Block Party, will be postponed until Friday, September 15th from 4-6 pm in our front parking lot. Students will enjoy PTA sponsored ice cream, music, face painting, games, popcorn and even Grab and Go “shopping” featuring gently used clothing / shoes..etc. Click HERE for more information.