PARENT SOCIAL - Friday, February 3, 7-10p
RSVP: We hope that you are considering attending our upcoming parent social event. This is a very casual, laid back gathering to get our parent community together. We will be hosting fun raffle prizes, chances to bid on wonderful school experiences for your children, homemade corn holes with special themes, and last but not least, some class level artwork with a special touch from every Beaumont Student. Please get your RSVP's in asap so we know you are coming!
WINE RAFFLE: If you are interested in donating a bottle or two to the wine raffle, you can arrange to drop off at the homes of Courtney O'Brien and Cara Wiechecki at any time. The more we collect, the more people can win!
VOLUNTEERS: We can use your help the day of the event. We are looking for volunteers to setup, sell raffles, check out and clean up. Please contact Ann McCartthy or Courtney O'Brien if you are interested.
We hope to see you on the 3rd :)
FATHER DAUGHTER DANCE - Saturday, February 11, 6-8:30p
Break out the fancy clothes and dancing shoes! The Father-Daughter Dance will be February 11, 2017 from 6 to 8:30p. This year's theme is "A Night in Old Hollywood," and promises an evening of glamour and glitz. Please return your RSVP card this week; they are due by February 4.
Volunteers are needed to help decorate the lobby, cafeteria, and gym on Friday, February 10 from 2p until 10p so please stop by and help. Adult volunteers are also needed to help out the night of the dance. Please also consider donating items for the Father/Daughter Dance on Feb. 11th. A list of items needed and all volunteer sign ups can be found at this link http://signup.com/go/93JrNg or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
TESD ENCOURAGES RESIDENT INVOLVEMENT IN OPPOSING PROPERTY TAX ELIMINATION
At the January 23, 2017 School Board meeting, the Tredyffrin/Easttown School Board adopted a resolution opposing legislation that would eliminate school property taxes. This proposal is currently being considered by state legislators and, if passed, has the potential to leave schools dramatically underfunded by eliminating property taxes and replacing them with increases in personal income tax and sales tax, which are subject to shortfalls during economic downturns. Click here for more detailed information.
AFTER SCHOOL CLUBS REGISTRATION
Registration for the Winter/Spring session of After-School Clubs is now open. Forms were sent home in backpacks last week. If you need an additional form, click here. Deadline for registration is this Wednesday, February 1, 2017.
The Spring season will begin Tuesday, February 7 and ends on March 28. Meetings will be held in the cafeteria on Tuesdays from 7:45 am – 8:30 am. Please see attached information sheet and registration form.
GIRL SCOUT COOKIES
Beaumont's Brownie Troop 4325 is participating in the annual Girl Scout Cookie Sale. We have eight flavors available: Thin Mints, Peanut Butter Patties (Tag-a-Longs), Caramel Delites (Samoas), Shortbread, Lemonade, Thanks-A-Lot, Peanut Butter Sandwiches, and new for this year, Girl Scout S'mores. Vegan and peanut safe options available. Boxes are $4 each and benefit Girl Scouting and our troop. To place an order, please email email@example.com. We will happily deliver! Sale continues until March 12.
REMINDERS ABOUT VALENTINE'S DAY PARTIES
Valentine’s Day parties are scheduled for Tuesday, February 14 as follows:
Kindergarten – AM class 9:15-10:00a
PM class 12:45-1:30p
First grade – 10:15a
Second through fourth grades – 2:15–3:00p
Please remember that in accordance with the District policy/regulation about food in schools, no food or food items can be offered or shared with others during the parties or attached to Valentine cards.
ORDER YOUR 2016 - 2017 YEARBOOK BY MARCH 31
It's priceless to look back and see how much your child has grown from Kindergarten to 4th Grade at Beaumont by purchasing a Yearbook each year. This year's Yearbook is the same price at $22.00. For questions on Yearbook orders, contact Magan Pilato. If you would like to submit photos (with 2 or more students smiling) to be considered for Yearbook, contact Claudette McCarron. Please visit the School Office or Library if you would like to see a copy of last year's Yearbook. The Yearbook volunteers are conscientious to ensure that every grade and each child are represented in many of the school and classroom events.
To help the environment and for your convenience,order a Yearbook ONLINE by March 31.
> Click on 2017 Yearbook link for buying options
Beaumont subscribes to Reading Connection which is a monthly newsletter from Resources for Educators. Reading Connection delivers tips and activities for parents to support children’s reading, writing, and language development, which are aligned to the Common Core State Standards. Please check out February's newsletters for Beginning Readers and Intermediate Readers.
CHINESE NEW YEAR CELEBRATIONS
The 2nd Grade Classes celebrated Chinese New Year this week with a visit from Master Hou-Tien Cheng (Paper Cutter), who has been visiting Beaumont for over 10+ years. It's remarkable that Master Cheng does the paper-cutting in free-form, without any prior sketching on the paper. If parents would like to purchase Master Cheng's art work which starts at $5.00, you may email him directly to place an order. Celebrations continued with a Chinese New Year Parade where all the students wore handmade lion masks and walked with their noise makers. View Chinese New Year photos taken by Yearbook volunteers on the BES HSA website.
Congratulations to Mrs. Kristin Weinrich (4th Grade Teacher) and her husband, on the birth of their son, Oliver (9 lb, 1 oz, 21 in), this month. Mom, Dad and Ollie are all doing great! Mr. Phil Munger (Learning Support Teacher) is the substitute teacher during her maternity leave. Congratulations are also in order to Mrs. Sherri Bolger (2nd Grade Teacher) and her husband since they are expecting their first child in the spring.
FLITE VS HARLEM WIZARDS
Get ready for the Harlem Wizards, one night only on March 31, 2017. You won't want to miss this fun night of trick hoops and alley-oops! This exciting community event raises money for FLITE funded programs in our school district. Online ticket sales begin on February 15 at 10a. Click here for more information.
BEAUMONT HSA OPENINGS
We have several openings for people to get involved with Beaumont and the HSA, including volunteering and leading one our many committees. Please check the Help Wanted section to the left for our most recent openings, including Pizza Bingo chairs. Contact Courtney O'Brien if you are interested. Thank you!
For the latest news and information from the T/E Community, visit the HSA's Community Corner.
• Spring Squash Program - Registration is open for Berwyn Squash and Fitness Club's elementary school spring squash program. Click here for more information.
• Wolf Performing Arts Center Summer Camp – The Summer Theatre Camp experience of Wolf Performing Arts Center offers programs for performers in grades K-12: Click here for more information.
• Conestoga High School Musical - Save the dates for the Conestoga High School musical, The Mystery of Edwin Drood, March 1st-4th, at Conestoga High School. This is a fun, interactive show which allows the audience to play detective and determine the conclusion of the show! Information and tickets available at www.stogatheatre.com. See attached flyer for more information.
• Conestoga Youth Lacrosse - Registration is open for Conestoga Youth Lacrosse (CYL). CYL is our township boys lacrosse program and it is the biggest township program in the area. Our goal as an organization is to teach the fundamentals while fostering a love for the sport and most importantly to have fun!
Click here to register. Please note that registration closes on February 5.
Age Divisions for Play
CYL follows US Lacrosse age-based divisional play format. Note eligibility for each division, by DOB (CYL does not allow for age based exceptions, and does not allow players to "play up" age divisions):
- DOB 9/1/2005 - 8/31/2007, U11
- DOB 9/1/2007 - 8/31/2009, U9
- DOB 9/1/2009 - pre-K, U7
Please note that using a laptop or desktop computer is the best way to complete the registration process. Use of a mobile device or iPad has posed problems for many people.
For any technical issues related to the registration process, please contact Greg Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org. For all other questions or concerns, please contact Bob Lee at email@example.com