Eagle Flyer

January 2 - 4, 2013

From the Principal's Desk

Happy New Year!

Many of us will be making New Year's resolutions to slim down and be more efficient, and so it will be with the Eagle Flyer. In an effort to be mobile friendly, we will be using this new format for our weekly communication. This trim, easy to read version will replace the current messages and monthly newsletters. Look for the Eagle Flyer to be sent each Monday with News from the Nest.

Blessings to you and your family for a healthy and fun-filled 2013!

Upcoming Events

January 4 - Soaring Eagle Day - Wear PJs and bring in games

Calendar January 2013

Eagle's Pride

Congratulations to Nick Molan for earning his black belt in Karate. Please read the essay he wrote as part of his personal project.

Tia Bruno felt compelled to help victims of Hurricane Sandy by collecting donations to buy much needed gasoline. With donations in hand, Tia tried to purchase gas cans, but to no avail. She then scoured her neighborhood to borrow as many cans as she could get. She and her dad drove to Belmar where they found a man with a generator and power strips charging his neighbor’s cell phones. These folks were truly grateful, as the generator was on its last gasp. Tia felt a great sense of fulfillment in being able to help families in need. We are so proud of Tia’s demonstration of good citizenship. Kudos to you, Tia!

News From The Nest

New Faces in the Flock

Please welcome Bridget Reed Merrill, born December 14th and weighing in at 9 lbs 6oz.

Charlotte, Mom and Dad are delighted to have a new Red Sox fan!

Weather Alert

Please note that the building does not open until the first bus arrives, approximately 8:20. Students dropped off before this time will not be allowed to enter the building.
We do our best to have our students out for recess every day even if it is only for 10-15 minutes. Please be sure your children come prepared with coats, hats and mittens (labeled with their names).

Electronic Equipment

Some of our children received electronic readers over the holidays. We are thrilled that our children have another incentive to read, but would like to set parameters for school use. First, the school cannot be responsible for any damage or loss to this equipment. Teachers in kindergarten through third grade would prefer that students not bring these readers to school. Students in grades four through six may use their electronic readers during silent reading times.

Academic Excellence * Responsibility * Respect * Citizenship * Cooperation

Doyle Elementary School

260 N. West Street

Doylestown, PA 18901

Tel. 267-893-4300