The Gayman Gazette
"Every time we act, we send ripples into the world."
June 5, 2015
- June 6th - Fitness Run and Family One-Mile Fun Run @ 9:00 AM
- June 6th - Trenton Thunder @ 7:00 PM
- June 8th - Spirit Assembly @ 10:00 AM
- June 9th - 6th Grade to Dorney Park
- June 11th - HSA End of the Year Picnic @ 6:30 PM
- June 17th - Move-Up Day @ 8:45 AM
- June 17th - 6th Grade Promotion @ Tohickon @ 6:30 PM
- June 17th - 6th Grade Celebration @ Gayman @ 7:30 PM
- June 17th - Last Day of School for AM Kindergarten
- June 18th - Early Dismissal @ 11:55 AM (No AM Kindergarten)
Year-End Picnic Next Week
The Family Fun Night Committee is pleased to announce the year-end picnic is right around the corner!
When: Thursday, June 11th
Where: Gayman Elementary School Playground
Time: 6:30 - 8:30 PM (rain or shine)
What To Bring: Lawn chairs, blankets, side dish or dessert to share
Please click on the sign up genius link below to sign up that you will be attending and the food item you will be bringing:
If you cannot access the link below, please click here for the flyer
Thank you to all who visited the library during our Open House at the Ripple Roundup! It was a pleasure to see so many families. The volunteers from Tohickon really enjoyed folding origami with the students and our special guest from the Doylestown library made many positive comments about what a great place Gayman was to visit!
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Gayman's Adopt-A-Road A Success
Kids Care Club Works With AARK
May 21st was Kids Care Club's last meeting of the 2014/2015 School Year. We welcomed back AARK Wildlife and Rehabilitation Center for it's second visit to Gayman. AARK (located in New Britain) provides temporary sanctuary for thousands of injured and orphaned birds and mammals annually. Kids Care Club got up close and personal with some of these native wild animals. Educator Ms. Theresa of AARK brought along a screech owl, baby squirrel and baby possum. Kids learned about these native wild mammals and birds and how best to help when finding an animal abandoned or injured. Kids Care Club, with the help of the school, donated much needed supplies to AARK for their work at the rehabilitation center. Kids Care Club closed the meeting with some well earned water ice for all the community effort put forth this school year and said goodbye to Kids Care Club's 6th graders. The Club's 6th graders have been an instrumental part of our outreach effort since first grade.
We look forward to another engaging year of community service, education and outreach for the 2015/1016 school year. If you have any community service ideas for the coming school year or would like to be involved in the program planning for Kids Care Club, please contact Claudine Piechotta at firstname.lastname@example.org. Kids CAN make a difference!"
Parents Advisory Meeting
Mrs. Orford, Gayman's Parents Advisory Representative, attended Dr. Weitzel's PAC meeting this Spring.
Several topics were presented, starting with an overview of QUEST to the Education Technology Plan update. To review the notes please click here.
Thank you Mrs. Orford for your involvement over the past two years on behalf of Gayman Elementary!