The Warwick Weekly

Respect - Responsibility - Cooperation - Excellence

Thursday, November 14th

Coming Home Today

Holiday Giving Project Letter

Hats, Mittens & Scarves Drive

Foreign Language Class Information

Backpack Newsflash

Concert Information, Gr. 1, 2, 3, & 4

Pizzeria UNO Coupon

The Cub

Enjoy the online version of our student-created school newspaper. Thank you to Mr. Fillette, Mrs. Jacobs & Mr. Heine for supporting this.

Philly Brick Fest LEGO Fan Festival

One of our very own Warwick parents, Mr. Chad Collins, is organizing the first-ever-in-our-area Philly Brick Fest. Since I know so many of our families (and students) enjoy LEGOs, I wanted to pass along information should you be interested in attending the convention.

Held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on April 26–27, 2014 at the The Greater Philadelphia Expo Center, festival-goers are invited to celebrate all things LEGO. Huge creations made from LEGO bricks will be on display. Organizations such as First LEGO League, TEACH FLEET, and Bricks4Kidz will also be on-hand to promote the educational benefits LEGO, and multiple vendors will also be onsite selling LEGO-centric wares.

For many, the fascination with the little plastic blocks known as LEGO begins in childhood and endures into adulthood. The custom creations and constructions merely increase in size along with the person. Philly Brick Fest provides a venue for LEGO lovers of all sizes to come celebrate their mutual affection, build new creations, and see some truly awesome LEGO sculptures. Replicas of Navy battleships sail across a bed of blue bricks, while entire cities bustle with hundreds of mini figures, each dressed appropriately for his or her mini career. Come see how these little plastic bricks open up a world of learning, imagination, and creativity.

For more information visit or email

Over 5,000 tickets to the event have already been sold!

Boomerang Awards

MonthlyAssets for School Year 2013-2014:


November: #33 - Interpersonal Competence - Young person has empathy, sensitivity, and friendship skills. Young person cares about and is aware of other people's feelings.


December: #17 - Creative Activities - Young person participates in creative activities, which have a direct positive impact on him/her and others. Their creative activity can take a variety of forms - music, drama, art, writing, or any other creative activity.

January: #9 - Service to Others - Young person values service to others, in their family, school, or community. He/she commits to meaningful and caring actions.

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.


March: #38– Self Esteem -Young person demonstrates a confidence that promotes positive behaviors and relationships. He/she is proud to be the person that they are and they serve as a role model to others because of their healthy self-confidence.

April: #25 - Reading for Pleasure - Young person reads for pleasure most days of the week, either alone, with family members, or with friends.

May: #32 - Planning and Decision Making -Young person knows how to plan ahead and make choices. They are pro-active about getting started and they follow through to the end. If working in a group, he/she helps the group achieve its goals.

Boomerang Nominations

The nomination form can be found through the below link.

Forms are also available in the Warwick office.

Upcoming Events are always scrolling on the Warwick Website


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