SCA Parent Newsletter
May 5, 2016
FRIDAY AFTERNOON STUDENT PICK UP
Due to Dutchfest set up behind the school, parents picking up elementary students after school tomorrow should pull in front of the elementary entrance, NOT the playground area. All students riding home on the bus will board at the high school (main) entrance. Thanks for your cooperation in helping to ensure the safety of our students.
Students staying after school Friday are not officially supervised unless assigned to a specific project. We ask that students return home after school, and then accompany their parents to Dutchfest.
SPRING BREAK-NO SCHOOL
There will be no school for students Monday, May 9th. The school offices will be closed.
This week is National Teacher Appreciation week. Remember
your student’s teacher by sending a note of encouragement and thanks!
The annual room mother prepared hoagie lunch this year will be Wednesday, May 25th. Please note that it needs to be preordered and it is included on the May lunch order form. Below is a link to the order form.
UPCOMING SPRING PROGRAMS
Middle School Drama and Chorus – Thursday, May 19th, 7:00 PM
Lower Elementary (grades Pre K-2) and Preschool – Friday, May 20th, 6:30 PM
Upper Elementary (grades 3-5) – Tuesday, May 24th, 6:30 PM
High School Chorale & High School/Middle School Instrumental – Thurs., May 26th, 6:30 PM
Special Music: Friday evening, Guilford Station Bluegrass Gospel Band will be the featured entertainment from 9:00-9:45 PM.
Help needed after Dutchfest: Help would be greatly appreciated to take down tables and chairs immediately following Dutchfest on Saturday. If you are able, please plan to stay briefly and help us.
Dutchfest Children’s Activity Wristbands will be available for purchase at the information booth and the information table at the main entrance.
Dutchfest yard signs: Thanks to everyone who displayed signs to promote Dutchfest. After the event, don’t throw it away—return it to the school. We will put stickers with new dates that can be used next year.
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Two sturdy 2X6 pine construction Twin-sized Campus Loft beds with ladders and desks and shelving underneath. These beds are a real space saver. $200 OBO. Please contact Bob Keener at 717-532-9723 firstname.lastname@example.org if interested.
Sonata Singer 10-stitch basic Sewing Machine, great for new learners and simple sewing projects. Carrying case, direction booklet and accessories included. Asking $50. Call/email Patti Crilley, 717-375-2223 ext. 122 or email@example.com.
Get the school uniforms organized now so you won’t need to worry about it in August!
HS girls school uniforms:
3 plaid Flynn O’Hara High School Girls’ skirts, sizes 10 ½, 12T ½, 18T. Good condition! $7.00 each
Flynn O’Hara navy v-neck sweater vests with Shalom emblem, like new, hardly worn! YL, YM. $10.00 each (regularly $28.00)
High School Girls’ polo shirts, (all short sleeve)- $4.00 each. 2 green YXL, 3 navy YXL, 2 red YXL, 1 red, adult sm., 2 light yellow YXL
Elementary girls shirts:
Girls’ Elem polo style and 2 Peter Pan collar shirts (all short sleeve)- $2-3.00 each. 2 small, 7 med, 2 lg.
Elementary boys pants:
7 pairs elem. boys navy pants, size 5- $3.00 each; 2 pair never worn! $7.00 each.
If interested, call or text 717-658-9029.
HS girls school uniforms:
3-khaki kilts--the hem has been professionally taken out on these (16x) $5 ea
2-Navy kilts--one NWT (16x) $15 for the new kilt, $10 for the other
2-plaid kilts (16x) $10 ea
4- Lands End long sleeved women's polos- size SM/Tall (red, navy, white, green) $8 ea
5-Lands End long sleeved women's polos-size SM (red, navy, white, yellow, green) $8 ea
4-Lands End short sleeved women's polos-size SM (red, navy, white, green) $5 ea
5 -Flynn & O'hara short sleeved youth x-large polos (red, navy, white, yellow, green) $4 ea
1-Land's End women's cardigan-size sm (white) $10
1-Flynn & O'hara women's cardigan size sm (navy with Shalom emblem) $7
Please call Nicole Holloman at (240) 291-2163 if interested.
HS girls uniforms/misc.:
Chorale Dress - Size 2 - $15
(2) Plaid Skirts- Size 12 1/2 and Size 16 - $10 each
Navy Skirt - Size 12 1/2 - $10
Polos short sleeved: Size Small ( 3) navy, (2) red, (2) yellow (1) green - $5 each
Polo long sleeved: Size Small Navy - $5
Cardigan Sweater Navy Size YL like new - $8
(2) Sweater vests - Size Adult Medium and Adult Large - $5 each
Gorgeous Purple "Cinderella" Prom Dress - Size 7/8 - $100 Please call Lori Ebersole 717-377-1262
Elementary girls uniforms:
2 size 7 jumpers, worn one year, $15 each
Size 6 white Peter Pan shirts. $1 each.
youth small navy Shalom sweater. $5. Call Sara Miles 240 520 1272
Elementary boys uniforms
9 boys Elementary light blue polos, size 14/16, 1 pair of size 12 Husky blue uniform pants (were hemmed)
2 pairs of 12 Regular blue pants. Contact Kelley Sanders at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Elementary jumper in size 8½ or 10. Contact Kelley Sanders at email@example.com.
I am looking for size 5 or 6 elementary jumpers for upcoming kindergartener – contact Michelle Gordon, firstname.lastname@example.org.
I am in search of size 12 and 14 elementary jumpers. My name is Tammy Shaffer, my phone number 717-593-9797.
Needed - Girls size 6 or 7 jumpers for fall. If you will have any available, please contact Becky Kellerman at 717-263-3163.
Cleaning Service – Residential and commercial – weekly, bi-weekly, monthly or special
occasions. References available, free estimates. Call Nichole Lane – 717-404-9915.
Openings available for piano and/or voice students for both summer and
fall. Email email@example.com or call Leslie at 717-830-1401 for more information.
Private Tutoring - Want to avoid the "summer slide" for your son or daughter and give them a head start on the next school year? Bethany Lehman, a certified elementary and special education teacher, is offering tutoring services this summer for students entering grades K-8. Please contact her for rates and availability at firstname.lastname@example.org or 717-552-8705.
Open your heart and home to a Fresh Air child this summer! Host a child from NYC for a week this summer. You choose July 1-8 or August 5-12. Pick-up and drop-off in Chambersburg. Since 1877, The Fresh Air Fund, a not-for-profit agency, has provided free summer experiences in the country to more than 1.8 million New York City children from low-income communities. Contact Laura Geesaman at 717-253-0511 or email@example.com
The Dangers of Drug Overdose—A Franklin County Town Hall Meeting: Due to the increased drug overdoses throughout the Commonwealth, the Chambersburg District Attorney’s Office, the Chambersburg Police Department, the Franklin County Coroner’s Office and the Franklin/Fulton Drug and Alcohol Program is hosting a Franklin County Town Hall Meeting to educate area residents, parents, and students about the drug use in their area. On hand to answer your questions will be: Matt Fogal, Franklin County DA; Matt Lynch, Chambersburg Police Dept, Drug Recognition Officer; Jordan Conner, Paramedic; and April Brown, Franklin and Fulton County Drug and Alcohol.
The meeting will take place on 05/11/2016 at the Chambersburg Recreation Center, 235 South Third Street, Chambersburg. Doors will open at 6:00.