Friday, February 2nd is PTO SPORTS DAY...wear your favorite sports jersey, hat or outfit and cheer on your favorite team!
READ-A-THON PLEDGE MONEY DUE
FEBRUARY 6th IS THE 100th DAY OF SCHOOL ...(unless we have a snowday)
Don't miss PTO Bingo Night on February 9th!
Doors open at 6:00pm - First Game Begins at 7:00pm
$5.00 per Bingo Card (15 games per card) and an entry into the Door Prize drawings.
Play multiple cards! Order additional 15 game cards for just $3!
ALL BINGO TICKETS MUST BE PRE-ORDERED. NO EXCEPTIONS!
Available for Purchase:
Pizza, Snacks and Drinks, 50/50 Drawing & Raffles
BINGO PRIZES AND RAFFLES INCLUDE:
Iron Pigs And Lehigh Football tickets, Macungie Pool, House and Barn, Target,
Costco, Chick Fil A, Outback Steakhouse, The Shelby, BJ’s Brewhouse, Out of Our
Minds Art Studio, Texas Roadhouse, American Girl doll of the year “Luciana”, and an
assortment of gift baskets, plus many more!
CALENDAR OF UPCOMING EVENTS
February 2nd Groundhog’s Day
February 2nd SPORTS DAY...wear favorite sports jersey
February 5th Report Cards on HAC
February 6th TARGET DAY...100th Day unless we have snow days
February 5th - 9th School Counselor’s Week
February 9th PTO BINGO 6:00 p.m.
February 12th Lincoln’s Birthday
February 11 -17th Random Acts of Kindness
February 14th Valentine's Day
February 16th and 19th NO SCHOOL President's Day(possible snow makeup)
February 22nd Washington’s Birthday
February 23rd Mustang Meeting 9:15 Dance Team will perform
HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY!
Second Grade Best of the West...
The following 2nd graders have been selected for our Best in the West Board for the month of January. They are showing us all how to be generous. Congratulations to:
Room 21: Rayne and Logan
Room 22: Merek and Jayden
Room 24: Katie and Madelyn
Room 25: Lizzy and Haily
Room 26: Michael and Ella
PLANT SEEDS OF KINDESS AND WATCH THE LOVE GROW!
RANDOM ACTS OK KINDNESS WEEK
February 11th to 17th is Random Acts of Kindness Week. Also, February 5th -9th is School Counselor’s Week. In honor of these two weeks consider “Planting Seeds of Kindness and Love" by performing Random Acts of Kindness. What can you do to plant seeds of kindness? Make a card for a family member, Mrs. Ringer or a friend, help mom and dad at home, hold open a door, give someone a compliment. Visit this website for ideas. http://www.randomactsofkindness.org/ Think of different ways to show kindness to your family and friends and...PLANT SEEDS OF KINDNESS AND WATCH THE LOVE GROW!
Watch this moving video...This powerful video motivates us to never give up ... celebrating differences, overcoming hurdles, practicing kindness and meeting everyone where they are!
HEALTH ROOM HAPPENINGS
Hello everyone! I just have a few reminders since we have been in school for almost ½ of the school year already.
Please remember that:
1. We need parent excuses for any absence or tardy. If your child has been out of school longer than 3 school days the district is requiring a Dr. note or excuse, if you have any questions please feel free to call or email myself or your student’s teacher.
2. Please remember, if your child has been running a temperature above 100 degrees, they must be fever free for at least 24 hours without the aid of Tylenol or Motrin before returning to school.
3. We do not stock any meds in the school, so if your child is running a fever or has pain we cannot medicate them unless you have provide the medication for us. The forms can be found on the district website under health services. All medication whether over the counter or prescription must be brought to the health room by an adult.
4. If your student has been vomiting please keep them at home until they have not vomited for 12 hours and have been able to keep food in their stomach.
5. Please remember that you should be aware that head lice do occur within the school setting the same as outside the school. If you have any questions regarding if your child has head lice, or treatment of it, please feel free to contact me.
6. FYI, at the present time we are seeing a stomach virus, respiratory virus with a high fever and the flu in the health room. I just like to let parents know, so you are aware.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at 610-965-1587. Thank you for all you do and for sharing your children with us!
Mrs. Freiwald RN,
Certified School Nurse
Celebrate National School Counseling Week
PENNIES FOR PATIENTS
Beginning February 23rd we will be kicking off 3 weeks of Pennies for Patients to raise money for the leukemia/lymphoma society. Save your pennies to help patients wth leukemia.
Each year, approximately 4,000 new cases of mantle cell lymphoma (MCL) are reported in the United States. Mantle cell lymphoma is one of about 100 different types of lymphoma, a group of cancers that develop when white blood cells in the lymph nodes become malignant and grow uncontrollably.
Despite advances in the treatment of MCL, patients face a challenging prognosis. It is a particularly aggressive disease, with a short remission to standard therapies and a median overall survival of four to five years.
While we know considerably more about MCL today compared to 10 years ago, there is still more work ahead of us to address this urgent, unmet medical need.
That’s why The Sarah Cannon Fund at The HCA Foundation, the philanthropic arm of HCA Healthcare, has committed $5 million to The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) to support two leading-edge research programs.
- A team led by Dr. Selina Chen-Kiang at Weill Cornell Medicine will investigate the efficacy of a therapy originally approved for breast cancer for the treatment of MCL patients.
- At City of Hope, Dr. Larry Kwak and Dr. Michael Friedman will lead a team studying novel immunotherapies to control MCL. Immunotherapy involves harnessing the power of a patient’s own immune system to fight cancer.
LLS and Sarah Cannon share a commitment to advancing therapies for blood cancer patients and providing access to the latest treatments close to home. Together, these research efforts will help accelerate innovative new treatment options for MCL patients.
Please help us continue to fund the most pioneering cancer research of our time.