Tiger Times

Weekly News and Notes - January 2nd through January 3rd

Titus Staff Updates

Mrs. WENDELL-WESOLOWICH, our Certified School Nurse, will be retiring on January 21st. Mrs. WW has worked in the district for 25 years and all 25 years have been at Titus as her home school. Mrs. WW is a tremendous asset to our school and we will miss her greatly. We are in the process of hiring a new Certified School Nurse and we will communicate that information to all families once our new hire is approved by the school board. Please join me in congratulating Mrs. WW on her upcoming retirement.


In addition to Mrs. Wendell-Wesolowich's retirement, we are happy to announce that pending school board approval in January, Mrs. Lauren Dowd will be appointed as the Interim Assistant Principal at Mill Creek Elementary. Even though this will be a huge loss for Titus, we know that Mrs. Dowd is going to do great things while at Mill Creek. We are currently in the process of hiring Mrs. Dowd's replacement and will communicate that information to our Titus families once our new hire is approved by the school board.

Upcoming Events

December 23rd to January 1st

  • No School - Winter Break

January 2nd

  • Classes Resume

January 3rd

  • Titus Spirit Day! Show your Tiger Spirit by wearing our school colors or your Titus gear.

January 14th

  • Home and School Board Meeting
  • CB School Board Meeting - 7:30PM

January 15th

  • MLK Night of Service

January 20th

  • School Holiday - Martin Luther King Jr. Day
  • Home and School Spirit Night - Red Robin (information below)

January 21st

  • Community Connections with Dr. Kopicki - 6:00PM in the library

January 24th

January 28th

  • CB School Board Meeting - 7:30PM

January 31st

  • Pennies for Patients Kick-off Assembly - 9:30AM

Paws for PRIDE

Congratulations to last week’s Paws for PRIDE winners: Brandon C, Nathan M, Mrs. Weidenhammer, Bradley M, Franklin R, Avander A, Harper M, Shaivi P, and Mrs. Snyder’s 6th grade class.


Students, classes, and teachers are chosen at random to be recognized and celebrated for demonstrating one of our five character traits - Pride, Respect, Individual Responsibility, Determination and Empathy. Thank you to all of the Titus families for your support of our Paws for PRIDE program.

Kindergarten Modified Schedule for Inclement Weather

New for 2019-2020 School Year - Modified Kindergarten Schedule

DELAYED OPENING

  • If school is delayed for two hours, kindergarten will be conducted according to the following modified schedule (Titus is an A school):
    • A Schools: AM Students 10:35 a.m. - 12:20 p.m. | PM Students 1:30 p.m. - 3:15 p.m.
    • B Schools: AM Students 10:50 a.m. - 12:35 p.m. | PM Students 1:45 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    • C Schools: AM Students 11:05 a.m. - 12:50 p.m. | PM Students 2 p.m. - 3:45 p.m.
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Kindergarten Registration

Kindergarten registration began on November 19! Families of new students who are eligible to enroll in kindergarten in the 2020-2021 school year are invited to begin the registration process. Get the details on eligibility, what documents to gather, and how to navigate the online registration process at www.cbsd.org/registration. We look forward to welcoming the class of 2032!

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Save the Date - 6th Grade Promotion

Please mark your calendars for this year's 6th Grade Promotion. Our 6th Grade Promotion will take place on Wednesday, June 10th at Central Bucks High School South. More detailed information will be sent to all 6th grade parents in the spring.

Dress for the Weather

Don't forget, as we enter the colder weather, to please dress appropriately for recess outside. Hats, gloves, coats, etc. are all important as we will be outdoors as long as the weather allows.

Walker and Bike Dismissal Reminder

Parents of our walkers and bike riders who leave through our dining room are reminded that they should not be driving and parking by the cafeteria doors. We have many staff members who park in this area for After Care and it may cause a dangerous situation for our walkers and bike riders who are leaving at the end of the day.


We appreciate your help in keeping our Titus children safe. If you need to pick up your child(ren) as a car rider, please use the car line in the back of the building and send communication to your child's teacher. Please do not pick up your child as a car rider by the cafeteria doors.

Dismissal Reminders

If it is necessary to change your normal pick-up routine at the end of the day, i.e., a different adult, bus rather than car, car rather than bus, a change in child care arrangements, etc., a written note must be presented to the classroom teacher, who will share the information with the office.


Any phone calls regarding a change in end-of-day plans must be directed to the office before 2:45 PM through phone (267-893-4500, dial zero for the office) or via e-mail (mdaily@cbsd.org and rglasgow@cbsd.org) and not directly to the classroom teacher, as we cannot guarantee the teachers will be able to check their messages during the instructional day. It is extremely important that all changes in dismissal are provided to the main office prior to 2:45 PM in order to prepare all of our children for dismissal. Only emergency changes should be called into the office after 2:45 PM.

Check Out Our New Twitter Handle

Titus Elementary is proud to announce their new Twitter page. If you have been following @BridgetPustayCB for all the Titus news, check out @TitusElemSch. All the happenings of Titus will be shared through our new page as well as our Facebook page.


Check us out today!

A+ School Rewards - GIANT

Titus Elementary has an opportunity to earn extra money, for our school, through

the A+ School rewards program at GIANT food stores. This is a great fundraising program that earns our school money when you shop at GIANT. Please click the letter below for easy instructions on how to register. Our specific school ID number when registering online at giantfoodstores.com is #23597 , then click REGISTER to join.


Thank you in advance for your continual support through fundraising programs like this.

Titus in Action

Lego League Team

The first Lego League Team comprised of students from Tamanend, Titus, and Butler had their Mid-Atlantic Qualifiers Competition recently. These students came in fifth out of 34 teams and recently qualified for their region's championship. Students created a proposal for a playground friendly fence.


Congratulations to all! We are Titus Proud!

Fourth Grade Gingerbread Houses

Fourth grade planned, designed, and calculated cost of materials to build a gingerbread house. Way to go fourth grade!!!
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Paws for PRIDE Assembly - December 13th

On December 13th, Titus Elementary held their Paws for PRIDE assembly focusing on the characteristic of "Respect". We would like to thank Cadet First Class McCloskey for speaking about respect to all of our students.
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Holiday Fun!

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Home and School Association Information

Box Tops for Education

Congratulations to Mrs. Williamson's 4th grade class who was the winner of the 1st trimester Box Tops competition. They will be enjoying a Soprano's pizza party for lunch after the holiday break. Our 2nd trimester contest is now under way and classes will be competing to win a soft pretzel treat. Send your clipped Box Tops into your child's classroom; we will do our next collection in February. Keep scanning your store receipts and use the "give credit" icon to input your child's teacher's last name. (One teacher per scan. If you have multiple children at Titus you can edit the "give credit" section to a new teacher prior to tapping submit.) Competition results and information on the Box Tops program can be found here. Thanks for your participation.

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Spirit Night - Mark Your Calendars

Put the fun in fundraising at our Spirit Night on Monday, January 20 from 4-8pm at Red Robin Valley Gate. 20% of fundraising sales go to the Titus Home and School Association! Please show this post on your phone or mention our fundraiser for sales to apply. *Donation based on dine-in food sales only. Excludes alcohol and tax.

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Community Activities

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