The Gayman Gazette
February 7, 2014
Upcoming Important Dates
- February 8th – Bucks County Ice Sports Center
- February 11th – Representative Quinn’s Art Show Open House
- February 17th – President’s Day – No School
- February 20th – Spotlight on Music – Grade 2 @ 6:30 PM
- February 20th – Spotlight on Music – Grade 5 @ 7:30 PM
- February 21st – Staff Pillo Polo Game @ Tohickon
- February 21st – 6th Grade Club Event @ Happy Tymes
- March 13th – School Musical Performance @ 7:00 PM
- March 14th – School Musical Performance @ 7:00 PM
- March 15th – School Musical Performance @ 2:00 PM
- March 22nd – 6th Grade Club Event @ Philly Sports Club
Change To PSSA Window
The Pennsylvania Department of Education has pushed back testing dates for PSSA to help make up for instructional time that was lost due to weather and power outages. Here is the new schedule:
- PSSA MATH/READING: March 24th through April 4th
- PSSA WRITING: April 7th through 11th
- PSSA SCIENCE (no change): April 28th through May 2nd
Ice Skating Event Tomorrow Night
Come out and join us for a night of skating and fun at the Bucks County Ice Sports Center sponsored by the Family Fun Night Committee!
When: Saturday, February 8, 2014
Time: 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Where: Bucks County Ice Sports Center
Cost: $7/person (includes skate rental)
For complete details click here.
February Boomerang Award
This year, Gayman will continue to accept nominations for the Boomerang Award, which is our way of honoring students who best demonstrate their own developmental assets. What are Developmental Assets? Students possessing a combination of “40 Assets” are typically most successful in school and in life. These assets have the power to influence choices young people make and help them become caring, responsible adults. For a complete listing of the 40 Developmental Assets visit: www. Search-institute.org.
February #26 - Caring: Young person cares about others. They place a high value on helping other people. He/she thinks about ways of helping others and is motivated to initiate kind and thoughtful acts.
Tis the "Flu" Season
It’s That Time of the Year!
Flu season is upon us. Our nursing staff would like to remind parents of procedures to follow when a child is sick:
· If your child develops a fever (100° or higher) he/she may not return to school until free of fever without fever medication for 24 hours.
· Diarrhea or vomiting during the previous 24 hours. Your child may not return to school until his/her appetite has returned to normal.
If you have been contacted by the school nurse to pick up your child due to illness, please make every effort to do so within a reasonable amount of time (no longer than 1 hour). If you are unable to pick up your child within the hour, please provide the nurse with an emergency back-up plan. The nurse’s office has a limited amount of space to take care of sick children. Therefore, every effort must be made to release children as quickly as possible.