OCTOBER BOOK FAIR
Ahoy Beaumont! The Book Fair is this week and we have lots of fun planned. So grab some loot and get ready to get hooked on a book! To make this event run smoothly, we need your help to fill the empty volunteer slots. Please sign up here to volunteer anytime or for your child's class time.
Book Fair Schedule:
• Class Visits: Kids visit with their class, find book, bring home a wish list of books, and parents may send money for kids to make purchases. See attached schedule to check when your child will be visiting.
• Special Book Fair Events:
Tuesday, October 25, 7:30-8:30a - Donuts with Dad: Bring a dad, granddad, brother or other special person for donuts and coffee.
Thursday, October 27, 5:30-7:30p - Family Night: Bring the family and buy pizza and dessert in the cafeteria.
Questions? Contact Mary Hashemi or Renee Del Viscio.
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. Contact Courtney O'Brien if you are interested. Thank you!
REMINDER: NO DOGS ARE PERMITTED ON SCHOOL PROPERTY
A note from Dr. Demming:
Please remember that no dogs are permitted on school district property according to School Board Policy/Regulation #7040 Use of Facilities, “No dogs are allowed on school property at any time, with the exception of guide or service dogs.” Thank you for following the district’s policies and regulations.
BEAUMONT HSA CALENDAR UPDATES
In light of recent events throughout the nation, clown costumes or costumes of a clown-like figure will not be permitted for our Halloween Parade/Dress up day activities. Thank you for your assistance in ensuring our students enjoy the activities.
The Beaumont Halloween Parade begins at 2:00 PM on Monday, October 31. The parade will begin at the main front entrance, continue along the carline, and into the carpool circle doors. Please do not park your cars in the car pool circle so we can have enough room for all parents to see the parade. There is extra parking available across the street at Hilltop Park. Please be aware that any parent visiting the parade or parties must be immediately recognizable in accordance with our district safety guidelines. Any parent choosing to wear a costume should not wear any part of the costume that covers the face.
The classroom parties are scheduled for 2:15. Parent/volunteer dismissal will be at 3:00. The morning Kindergarten students’ parade will begin at 9:30 AM. They will parade through the hallways of the school and in the car pool circle. Their party will begin immediately following the parade.
Remember when choosing costumes please avoid costumes that include:
1. gory subjects – costumes depicting monsters, blood, death, horror creatures, controversial political figures, or other frightening characters.
2. weaponry – items resembling guns, swords, rifles, knives, or other weapons
3. avoid full face coverings – material or masks that inhibit vision or breathing or cause students to be unrecognizable. Latex masks are not allowed.
Police presence is scheduled for this event to follow our schools and district’s safety
SHOP AT KRAMER DRIVE AND SUPPORT BEAUMONT
Kramer Drive would like to take the opportunity to invite Beaumont to their School Spirit Week, November 14-17 from 9a-9p, in their Berwyn store! Shoppers will receive 10% off of their purchase and Beaumont will receive 10% of the total sale. See attached flyer for more information.
PHOTOS FROM PINK DAY
Beaumont celebrated Pink Day on Friday, October 21, to support breast cancer awareness. Donations collected will benefit the Breast Cancer Research Foundation
SUBMIT PHOTOS TO YEARBOOK
If you would like to submit a group photo of 2 students or more smiling at the camera from a BES event or field trip (preferably NOT taken on a smart phone), to be considered for the Yearbook, please contact Claudette McCarron. Thank you to volunteers who have contributed their time and photos.
. View Pink Day photos taken by Yearbook volunteers on the BES HSA website.
Claudette McCarron, firstname.lastname@example.org
The HSA calendar has been updated; click here for the latest version. Of note, please save the date for the Parent Social on February 3, 2017.
BEAUMONT MOVIE NIGHT
Movie Night will be Friday, November 11. Proceeds will benefit Beaumont Staff Cares Fund. In honor of this election season, students will vote for the movie they would like to see; the choices are Rio 2, The Peanuts Movie, and Chicken Little. Voting will occur during the week of October 24-28, along with a coin drive. SPARE CHANGE WANTED!
SPECIAL OLYMPICS FALL FESTIVAL
Our fourth grade MASH students have been invited to participate in a volunteer service project in collaboration with Villanova University’s 28th annual Special Olympics Fall Festival. They will be making posters and signs to cheer on the teams that will be competing at this year’s Fall Festival on November 4, 5, and 6 at Villanova University. In addition, all students and families are invited to attend the Fall Festival on Saturday November 5th, 2016, from 10am-1pm and cheer on the athletes and teams for whom the posters were made! While this is not a Beaumont sponsored activity, you and your family are invited to attend this fun, service-oriented, volunteer experience.
Any parents and children who wish to participate must complete the attached form. Questions? Contact community chairs, Jen Bacani, Jen Bracco and Valerie Cheng.
BEAUMONT DIRECTORY ADDENDUM
If you found an error in your information in the Directory, please email Lisa Toland with corrections. We will be compiling a list and sending out an addendum with these corrections.
HALLOWEEN COSTUME SALE
Still looking for a costume? Come to the Beaumont Halloween costume sale! The sale will take place in the main lobby from October 25-27. To purchase a costume, you may donate whatever amount you wish. Thank you and Happy Halloween!
NEW TERRACYCLING BRIGADE: FOIL-LINED BAR WRAPPERS
Beaumont's new foil-lined bar wrapper Terracycling effort (including energy bars, granola bars, cereal bars, and protein bars - please, no clear plastic wrappers) has gotten off to a great start! Consider bringing in any wrappers from after-school or weekend snacks and place these empty, foil-lined wrappers in the specially marked bin in the cafeteria. For more information, click here. Help our planet and help Beaumont!
KWAME ALEXANDER AUTHOR VISIT
Kwame Alexander will be visiting Beaumont on Wednesday, October 26th, with a 9a presentation for grades K-2 and a 10am presentation for grades 3&4. For students who have purchased a book (book order form attached), there will also be a book signing in the library immediately following the 10am presentation where they will be able to meet Kwame face to face. To learn more about Kwame, visit his website.
For the latest news and information from the T/E Community, visit the HSA's Community Corner.
• Conestoga Ice Hockey Club - The Elementary school team is open to boys and girls in grades K-4. Some skating experience is recommended but not necessary. For more information, click here or contact Mike Graves at email@example.com.
• Support FLITE at Devon Whole Foods - Do you shop at Devon Whole Foods? Did you know you could opt to Support Kids in T/E? The Foundation for Learning In Tredyffrin/Easttown has been selected as Devon Whole Foods Market’s Nickels for Non-Profits beneficiary for the upcoming quarter, now thru mid-January. When shopping at the Devon Whole Foods Market, consider bringing your own shopping bag, and when checking out select the option to donate the $.05 savings from your bill to FLITE!
• 'Stoga Showcase of Sound Cavalcade of Bands - Saturday, November 5, 5-9p
• Beaumont Brownie Troop 2nd Grade Girls - We're looking to restart Beaumont's Brownie Troop! Girls in second grade are welcome to join us for bi-monthly meetings and group activities to foster friendship, leadership, confidence and character. Meeting location and times TBD. We're also looking for parent volunteers! Please contact Troop Leaders Alicia Mendicino (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Kerry Jarema (email@example.com) for more information.
at Teamer Field at Conestoga High School. The ‘Stoga Showcase of Sound is a cavalcade of marching bands from area high schools which come together to perform and compete. Ten bands will be featured. Conestoga’s own Marching Pioneers will be performing their show, 007. The price is $10 for adults ($8 for students and seniors). See attached flyer
for more information or go to www.stogamusic.com
• Rachel's Helping Hands 5K & Family Fun Walk - Register online at www.rachelshelpinghands.org for this event on Sunday, November 13. For more information, see attached flyer.
• T&E Care: Fall Fest Fundraiser - Saturday, November 5, 2016, 6:30-11p. T&E Care is a non-profit local organization that provides financial and other material assistance to persons in need in and around the T/E township. Join T&E Care for a fun evening of dinner, dancing to the Americana and country tunes of Wheelhouse, line dance lessons by Cindy Brauer of Mojo Fitness, and lots of great raffle and auction prizes. Event and raffle tickets and details are available now on T&E Care's website. Raffle prizes include Avalon shore house (only 100 tickets sold for this prize), $1000 in wine, $700 treadmill, $200 Matador gift card, and $450 earrings. You do not have to be present to win. This event raises much needed funds for T&E Care, so your support is very important.
• Stoga Theater Production: You Can't Take it With You - November 17, 18 & 19 at 7p, November 19 at 2p
at Conestoga High School. Tickets available at the door and online at www.stogatheatre.com
Come ready for an evening of laughter as two dysfunctional families navigate the engagement of their two children.
• Conestoga Boys Basketball Clinic - November 20, 1-4p. Conestoga will be holding a basketball clinic for boys in grades 1-8, cost $40. It will be held in the big Gym at Conestoga High school and benefits the high school basketball booster club. It's a great way for all kids to get ready for their basketball season or just get out among friends for some play. For more information, see attached flyer.