The Warwick Weekly
Respect - Responsibility - Cooperation - Excellence
Thursday, September 10th
KidStuff Coupon Books coming home soon!
Beginning September 15, 2015, our school will be selling valuable, family-friendly KidStuff Coupon Books filled with hundreds of national, regional and local coupons for all ages! The KidStuff Book is conveniently organized, offers incredible savings and is sold exclusively through schools! Our school earns 50% or more profit for every book we sell!
Use just a few coupons and easily save more than the $25 cost of the book…Remember to keep KidStuff in your car! Most coupons are long-term and valid for 16 months!
Your family earns 1 FREE book worth $25.00 for every 5 books you sell! Payment is due by October 2, 2015. Please make checks payable to Warwick PTO and return money to your child's teacher. If you have any questions, please contact Christine Albor at 215-491-4418. KidStuff does not promote door-to-door sales by children.
Save The Date!
Moonlit Fun @ The Market at DelVal
Friday, October 2nd
6:30pm - 9:00pm
Hay rides, bonfires, flash light corn maze and more.
Keep your eyes open for the flyers to be sent home next week.
Day of Service and Remembrance
This Friday is September 11th and has been formally designated as a National Day of Service and Remembrance.
The National Day of Service and Remembrance was created to provide a positive way to forever remember and pay tribute to the 9/11 victims, to honor those that served that day, and to remind people of the importance of working more closely together in peace to improve our world. Today millions participate annually by taking time out on 9/11 to help others in their own way.
Warwick Students are invited to participate in the following activities:
- Students may bring in a photo of a hero in their own family to hang on our bulletin board.
- Students can choose to join Mrs. Sleicher, Warwick School Counselor on Friday, Sept. 11th at the picnic area during recess to write letters of thanks or draw pictures. We’ll deliver the kids’ work to the heroes who keep us safe (local police and fire departments, EMTs, and military overseas).
Feel free to visit the following site to learn more and search for other opportunities to serve during this year’s Day of Service and Remembrance.
Meet Our QUEST Teacher - Mr. Merrill
My name is Brian Merrill and I am one of the two quest teachers here at Warwick Elementary. This is my eleventh year with the Central Bucks School District, where I have taught fourth and fifth grades at Cold Spring and Doyle elementary, and my 15th year teaching over all.
I started my career teaching sixth grade in Hawaii, where I met my wife. We have three small children, the oldest of which is starting Kindergarten this year. I am very excited for our new QUEST program. This course plays to my natural interests of tinkering, and creating. We will be solving real world problems in QUEST. Following the Engineering Design Process to define the problem, and imagine solutions that we can actually build.
The response I’ve gotten from students so far has been extremely positive. Know that I am just as excited as they are to get started, and I am so happy to be joining the community here at Warwick.
Meet Our QUEST Teacher- Mrs. Brevic
I am looking forward to a great year as a QUEST instructor. I am going into my 17th year of teaching. I taught 5th grade in Wyckoff, New Jersey for two years followed by teaching in Haddonfield, New Jersey for five years teaching grades 6, 7, and 8 language arts and social studies.
Because of my husband's job, we relocated to Doylestown, where I received my job in Central Bucks. I taught 4th grade for three years and 6th grade for six. In addition to my teaching degree, I have a Master's in Educational Leadership from St Joe’s University.
I currently live in Doylestown with my husband and my two children, Brady (5) and Cody (3). In my free time, I like to read, go to the beach, and spend time with friends and family.
Plan to Volunteer? Get on the list!
Effective July 1, 2016 (according to the state), volunteers must have their clearances on file with the CBSD Human Resources Department prior to starting volunteer work. Volunteers may drop off required paperwork at the Administration Center at 20 Welden Drive. CBSD is asking all volunteers for the 2015-2016 school year to provide clearances. Please "get on the list!"
Required Volunteer Paperwork
Click the Volunteer Information Packet for complete information and links to the required clearances. Note, the "Volunteer Affidavit" must be notarized.
You MUST contact Tracy Van Houten at 267-893-2010 to schedule notary services.
Please click Frequently Asked Questions for additional information.
If you have any questions, please contact the office of Human Resources at firstname.lastname@example.org- See more at: http://www.cbsd.org/volunteers#sthash.aNV5t1Pl.dpuf
Boomerang Award Assets 2015-2016
- Back to School Night, Grades KA, KP, 1 & 2/ KA @ 5:30, L/S & A/S @ 5:45, General Assembly @ 6:30, Grades KP, 1 & 2 @ 7:00
- National Day of Service and Remembrance
- School Holiday, Rosh Hashanah
- 6th Grade Trip to Camp Adventure
- PSSA test scores Gr. 4-6 come home today
- 6th Grade Trip to Camp Adventure
- School Holiday, Yom Kippur
- Race for Ed labels due today
- Picture Day, Barksdale Studios
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Warwick Elementary School
1340 Almshouse Road
Jamison, PA 18929