Warwick Weekly

News and Updates from Mrs. Adelman - November 18, 2022

This edition includes:

This edition includes:

  • Important upcoming dates (Including book fair schedule)
  • From the Desk of Mrs. Adelman - Warwick Giving Tree Project Information - Food Donation List
  • Information on Warwick Annual Turkey Toss
  • Fall fundraiser information
  • Warwick PTO highlights - Glow Dance Party information; fundraising information; Book Fair information; November happenings
  • Personal Safety Lesson information
  • This Week's Power Paw Winners!
  • 12 Days of December spirit days
  • November lunch menu
  • Community Flyers: Bucks County Symphony Orchestra flyer
  • Kindergarten Registration Information

Important Dates

Wednesday, November 23rd - Friday, November 25th: No School - Thanksgiving Break

Week of November 28th: Book Fair (schedule below)

Wednesday, November 30th: Family Book Fair Night 6-8PM

Friday, December 2nd: Warwick spirit day; Early Dismissal Day - End of 1st trimester. Warwick is a "C" school we will dismiss at 12:25PM.

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From the Desk of Mrs. Adelman - Warwick Holiday Giving Project 2022

Warwick Elementary School

Holiday Giving Project 2022

Helen Keller once said, “The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched. They must be felt with the heart.” Let us offer our children a chance to experience this valuable lesson this season.

The staff and students at Warwick Elementary School, along with the local community, will be working together to collect donations for our Warwick families.

Holiday Food Pantry

The Holiday Food Pantry allows families to receive needed food items. Homerooms help by collecting a food item that will be added to a group of groceries to stock a pantry. Food items will be collected from December 1st- December 14th.

Turkey Toss

Our PE teachers will facilitate our annual Turkey Toss during the week of December 5th. The “toss” is our primary funding source for the Holiday Giving Project. Each student is asked to consider donating $2.00 which will go towards the purchase of turkeys and gift certificates to local supermarkets. Please consider sending in a donation in a sealed, labeled envelope with Teacher Name & Turkey Toss written on the outside.

Holiday Giving Tree

Warwick families will once again have an opportunity to participate in our Giving Tree.

Parents may choose a snowflake from on artificial tree in the atrium. Listed on a snowflake will be generic gift suggestion (also listed below for any families that are not able to pick a snowflake). Families can then go out and purchase the gift item and place in gift donation boxes in the main atrium. Gifts do not need to be wrapped. Gifts should be turned in no later than Wednesday, December 14th. The gifts will be shared with families to bring some joy this holiday season.

Suggested Gifts:

  • Lego Sets, boy and girl, Age 6-12
  • Arts & Crafts, Ages 5-8
  • Arts &Crafts, Age 8+
  • Stuffed Animals
  • Action figures
  • Dolls, Baby
  • Dolls, Barbie
  • Cars, matchbox or remote control
  • Sports equipment, soccer ball, football, basketball, volleyball
  • Board games, Ages 5-8
  • Board games, Ages 8+
  • Grocery store gift cards (i.e. Giant, Acme, Weiss, etc.)
  • Target gift cards
  • Walmart gift cards
  • Starbucks gift cards
  • Dunkin gift cards
  • Amazon gift cards

Hats, Mittens/Gloves, and Scarves tree

We will also be collecting hats, mittens/gloves, and scarves. Students or parents can place these items on a second artificial tree in our atrium any time until December 14th. These items will be donated to families in need.

Dates to remember:

Dec. 1st – Dec. 14th – food items collected, snowflakes selected from tree, hats, gloves, collected

Week of December 5th – Turkey Toss Money due

December 14th – Last day for our giving project!

Thank you for supporting our community!

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Warwick’s Annual Turkey Toss

The week of December 5th during Physical Education class, all students will take part in shooting basketballs and “tossing turkeys” in a friendly competition to see which class can score the most points. The important part of this fun day is to donate $2.00, or what you can, at the start of the class. These donations will be collected at the beginning of your child’s Physical Education class and all money collected will be distributed to needy families in the area. At the end of the week, the class with the highest point total from the “turkey toss,” will be awarded the “Turkey Trophy” to be displayed in the classroom for the rest of this school year. What a wonderful way to help others and have fun too!

Mrs. Langlois & Mrs. Leuthe

Check Writing Campaign - PTO Fundraiser

We are overwhelmed and humbled by the outpouring of resolve, resilience, and support for our children at Warwick Elementary while we have all been faced with radically altered lives over the past two years.

We are grateful for all the ways parents have stepped up to provide meaningful programs, teacher support, and community building. Now we are asking for your financial support, too. The primary PTO fundraiser this year is our Check Writing Campaign. The Warwick PTO, teachers, and our young students need your support more than ever because the needs today are perhaps greater than they were during “normal” times. We are committed to supporting Warwick teachers and staff to help them provide optimal experiences for our children in the classroom.

We have not actively fundraised since November 2019 and we have stretched our budget as far as we can to while avoiding individual fundraisers (any type of THON, selling candles, selling wrapping paper, selling cookies, etc.).Traditionally, we only fundraise every two years and we would like to keep that going! The Warwick PTO provides assemblies, author visits, class trips, teacher allocations, field day support, KISS Events (Kids Invite Someone Special), school improvement projects, hospitality for teacher luncheons, etc.

My Payments Plus Link: My Payments Plus

Your support enables us to continue to fund these important projects and add new ones every year!

We have currently raised $9,852.00 with fifth grade in the lead. Help us reach our goal!

K $ 650.00

1 $ 1,112.00

2 $ 1,475.00

3 $ 1,438.00

4 $ 1,590.00

5 $ 2,021.00

6 $ 1,566.00

Total $ 9,852.00

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Warwick PTO

Interested in learning more about Warwick PTO - Follow us on FaceBook. Warwick Elementary PTO - this is private group.

Upcoming Dates:

  • Friday, November 18th: 80s Glow party - flyer below
  • Week on November 28th: Book Fair

Book Fair:

Family Fun Night will be on Wednesday, Nov 30th from 6pm-8pm. Any Warwick student coming to Family Fun Night will have a chance to win a basket of amazing books!

We will be accepting E-wallet, cash, and credit card. We encourage parents to sign up for the E-wallet. It is a simple way of paying for books and your child doesn't have to worry about carrying any cash. Any questions you may have regarding the E-wallet will be on the link. It's Book Fair Time!

Please also consider signed up to volunteer for the book fair: https://m.signupgenius.com/#!/showSignUp/20f0b45aaa722a6ff2-book2

Spirit Wear Sale: Please click to order spirit wear!


  • Hospitality

All questions related to PTO can be directed to warwickelementarypto@gmail.com

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Personal Safety Lessons

Next week, you will receive a letter communicating that your child will be participating in health instruction in January. Prior to instruction, we are required to receive consent from elementary parents/guardians. Once you receive the form, please complete it and return by December 9, 2022, to your child’s homeroom teacher.

The letter includes links to the instructional materials and will be sent home the week of November 28th.

This Week's Power Paw Winners!

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