|FIELD DAY FOR GRADES 1 - 4, JUNE 8, WED.
We apologize for any inconvenience in postponing Field Day last week.
Things to wear and bring:
• water bottle
• bathing suit (optional) and large (beach) towel
• sunscreen and a hat
• students can wear RED for school spirit!
• a change of clothes (optional)
9:15am - 11:15am: Events for 1st and 2nd Grade
11:20am - 12:10pm: Picnic lunch for 1st and 2nd Grade
12:15pm - 1:00pm: Picnic lunch for 3rd and 4th Grade
1:00pm - 3:00pm: Events for 3rd and 4th Grade
We will be having picnic lunches outside. Students may pack or purchase a lunch that day. The cafeteria will be serving pizza or PB&J, with carrots and apple slices, and milk, juice or water. For parents who planned to volunteer for last week, please contact Mrs. Melissa McConaghy (PE Teacher) to let her know if you are able to volunteer for this Wednesday instead, or if you would like to volunteer for June 8.
A special thanks to the HSA's Book Fair Committee, Mary Hashemi, Renee Del Viscio, Michele Bolton, Elena Williamson, and volunteers for making the Spring Book Fair a success. Thanks to families for purchasing books at the Book Fair and coming to the events. Thank you also to Jessica Weinberg, Amy Biborosch, Becky Pitofsky, and volunteers for making Play Day a fun night for the whole family. Thank you to Beaumont families for supporting BES and HSA fundraising events throughout the year.
FIRST GRADE: AUTHOR'S SHARE (PUBLISHED BOOKS) -
JUNE 9, THURS., 9:00 - 9:30AM
For over 20 years, Beaumont Elementary along with other T/E elementary schools have been publishing individual students' books. Each Beaumont First Grader has written and illustrated his/her own book entitled "All About Me." This year, we collaborated with the publishing company, Studentreasures, to professionally bind the books. The HSA has generously paid for one book per child. The Author's Share is on Thursday, June 9, from 9:00 - 9:30am in the students' classrooms
, where the children will share their books with their parents. For questions on book orders, contact Claudette McCarron
LIBRARY BOOKS DUE BY JUNE 10, FRI.
A note from Beaumont Librarian, Mrs. Porsche Davis-Taylor: All books are due on Friday, June 10. To encourage students to have all of their books returned by June 10, they will have an opportunity to win a Barnes and Noble gift card. Once a student has returned all of their books, they will write their name on a ticket and put it in the jar that corresponds to their grade. On Monday, June 13, one ticket will be chosen from each jar and that student will win a gift card. For questions, contact Mrs. Taylor.
WEAR NEON ON THE LAST DAY OF SCHOOL - JUNE 16
The LAST Spirit Day of the school year will be Wacky Tacky Neon Day on Thursday, June 16. Plan ahead to find your brightest and loudest outfit.
ORDER SCHOOL SUPPLY KITS ONLINE BY JUNE 17, FRI.
The 2016 - 2017 school supply kit forms were sent home in backpacks a few weeks ago. Kits can be purchased online by the extended deadline of Friday, June 17, visit www.shopttkits.com
, and enter Beaumont's school code is 91887. For questions, contact Whitney Guralnick
REGISTER FOR 3RD AND 4TH GRADE MUSIC
• 3rd Grade Options:
Chorus and/or String Orchestra (violin, viola, cello)
• 4th Grade Options:
NOTES FROM FINAL HSA MEETING ON JUNE 1
Chorus, Band (clarinet, oboe, saxophone, trumpet, trombone, french horn, percussion/bell kit), and/or String Orchestra (violin, viola, cello)
Thank you to Principal Dr. Stephanie Demming, Mrs. Trish Plunkett (Math Support), and Mrs. Amy Romani (Reading Specialist)
for joining our HSA meeting last week to talk about Volunteer Clearances, and Math and Reading resources over the summer. We also approved the HSA Budget for 2016 - 2017, which we will post on the HSA website soon.
A note from Principal Dr. Stephanie Demming
Dear Beaumont Families,
Beaumont truly values its volunteers, and they support a variety of school programs and events. The District has revised the policies and regulations related to volunteer clearances in relation to current state law. Here is the District's regulation #1300 "Volunteers"
. In this regulation, you will find many details about the parameters for which types of volunteers need to have clearances on file and which do not.
• At the elementary level, all field trip chaperones/volunteers will need to have their clearances on file.
• Generally, classroom party or classroom volunteers do NOT need to have clearances.
• No clearances are required for volunteers at HSA/PTO events or programs.
Again, please see the attachment
and the link to the T/E Human Resources Department
for more information and how to send in your clearances.
Students will receive a Math in Focus Summer Packet. We know that you are busy over the summer, but Mrs. Trish Plunkett (Math Support) recommends that children work on a few pages per chapter or lesson to ensure that math facts are not forgotten. View presentation
given by Mrs. Plunkett for tips on summer math and visit her Teacher Page for links to other math resources
Mrs. Amy Romani (Reading Specialist) shared essential tips on how parents can help children stay interested in reading over the summer. View presentation
given by Mrs. Romani for tips on summer reading and visit her Teacher Page for links to other reading resources
. In addition, visit the HSA website to download issues of Reading Connections
, which BES has a paid subscription.
BES MINI-THON RAISED OVER $10,000
The BES Mini-THON in May raised over $10,000 for pediatric cancer, which was double the amount of our $5,000 goal. Thank you to all who donated their time and money for a worthy cause.
THANK YOU - YEARBOOK VOLUNTEERS
Thank you for buying a 2015 - 2016 Yearbook. Special thanks to Claudette McCarron, Magan Pilato, Jen Bracco, Leslie Elliott, Becky Pitofsky, Denise Christman, Pikk Haas, plus teachers and parents who contributed photos. Thanks to the Beaumont HSA, HSA Committees, and BES Staff for organizing the memorable events. We have a few extra yearbooks left if you would like to purchase one for $25.00 by cash or check (to Beaumont HSA), please contact Magan Pilato.
Over the past year, we have collected nearly 200 pieces of oral care waste and 1500 juice pouches! We will continue to collect juice pouches, oral care waste and Crayola markers until Wednesday, June 15. Please be sure to drop off all your floss boxes, empty toothpaste tubes, juice pouches, etc. in the bins at the front desk (where greeter sits) and in the cafeteria. We will resume collection in September, so save those old toothbrushes and other Terracycling items over the summer! For questions, contact Valerie Cheng.
For the latest news and information from the T/E Community, visit the HSA's Community Corner
• Children's Dental Clinic Fundraiser
- Annual Yankee Candle Fundraiser from now until June 30. Support this non-profit organization that provides free/low-cost dental care to the community. View flyer
for more details.
• Honor a teacher through FLITE's Staff Tributes
- Looking for the perfect End-of-Year gifts for teachers? Consider giving the gift every teacher will love - a tax-deductible donation in their name. Visit FLITE's website
for more information.
• Easttown Township Summer Camp
- The annual summer camp at Hilltop Park is available for 6 weeks at $50 per week. For more details, view Registration Form
• Thrive Literacy Center Summer Classes
- TLC is offering summer classes/camps. Visit website
to learn more.