News and Updates from Mrs. Adelman - April 23, 2021
Health and safety asynchronous student assignments through Canvas and/or Seesaw to be completed at home (more information below)
Wednesday, May 19 - Friday, May 21st: ELA PSSAs
Monday, May 24th: Math PSSAs
Friday, May 28th: Science PSSAs
Monday, June 7th: Save the Date: Sixth Grade Promotion will be held Monday, June 7th (6PM) for sixth grade students and up to two adults per student. (Rain Date: Wednesday, June 9th) More information to follow!
PTO News and Updates
PTO Board Information: We are looking for parents who would like to be involved in PTO and currently have both treasurer positions open for the upcoming year. This would be a one year appointment with the possibility of running again next year for a two year term. If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to reach out to Mrs. Adelman or the PTO at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will vote on this during the May 5, 2021 meeting. Thank You!
Warwick Fundraiser: Exciting News!
Our Warwick PTO has teamed up with CBSD Parent Dr. Todd Welsh of Bucks County Orthodontics in Doylestown to offer an exclusive Fundraiser for our Warwick Elementary families! One lucky Warwick student is going to WIN FREE BRACES in our WARWICK SMILE RAFFLE! You may ENTER TO WIN by sending in a donation check made out to the Warwick PTO with your student to give to their teacher during the fundraiser which will run from April 19th until May 21st. You may enter as many times as you would like per student ~ your entries in the BCO Smile Raffle increase with the amount donated. Entries start at $10 each and are even available for $4 each depending on your donation amount! Please see the attached flyer for details. In addition to 100% of your donation going DIRECTLY to the WARWICK PTO, you will receive a voucher for your donation redeemable for future treatment at Bucks County Orthodontics!
It’s a WIN-WIN!
From the Desk of Mrs. Adelman
Hi Warwick Bears!
As part of the Central Bucks School District Elementary Health Curriculum, a unit on personal safety is taught to students in grades K-6. The primary purpose of the K-5 program is to make children more aware of sexual abuse by providing them with information appropriate to their age level as well as help them to develop self-protection skills that will make them less vulnerable to exploitation.
Grade 6 teachers address the “Dangerous Stranger” issue taught in grade K-5 using material which is thematically similar to the materials used in the earlier grades. The grade 6 Internet Safety unit is presented in a contemporary manner by utilizing a PowerPoint slide show about internet safety.
- A PDF version of the PowerPoints (instructional tools) used in the classrooms can be viewed at: http://www.cbsd.org/site/Default.aspx?PageID=33541.
- Parents may also review the video material included in this curriculum by clicking on the link : https://sway.com/utApIiaU4Y9yttHD
- This lessons will be completed on April 30th through asynchronous work, in the afternoon, at home. April 30th is a half day for students.
- Should a parent for some reason wish to have their child excused from the program, they should send a written request to the attention of the classroom teacher and Principal.
As always, please do not hesitate to call with any questions.
Mrs. Amy Adelman
Testing is only available in-person and on-site, and each virtual student will be scheduled to take the test in his/her/their homeschool. We remain committed to adhering to the guidelines in our district’s Health and Safety Plan. All students, including virtual students, have been assigned a bus route. Your children may take their bus to and from school on testing days.
Virtual families in grades 3-6, please complete this form to help us plan accordingly for the administration of the PSSAs. Please complete it for reach child you have in grades 3-6.