|BOOK FAIR, OCTOBER 26 - 29
The Fall Book Fair is happening soon. This year’s theme is Monsters, and we’re planning fun events all week long. We need several volunteers to help the Book Fair run smoothly during class visits, Family Night and clean-up, so please help out if you can. To volunteer, visit VolunteerSpot. Click here for the Teacher’s Class Visit Schedule and consider volunteering while your child visits.
Book Fair Schedule:
• Oct. 26 - 29, Monday - Thursday, 8:30am - 3:30pm
• Oct. 27, Tuesday, 7:30am: Donuts with Dad - bring a dad, granddad, brother, or other special person for doughnuts and coffee
• Oct. 29, Thursday, 5:30 - 7:30pm: Family Night - join us for fun activities, pizza, salad, and ice cream
• Oct. 30, Friday, 8:30 - 11:00am
Please donate $1 to our “All for Books” program. All donations will go directly towards purchasing books for the Chester Charter School for the Arts. All you need to do is help your child attach $1 to the sheet in your take-home packet and return to school.
Book Fair Contacts:
Michele Bolton, firstname.lastname@example.org
Renee Del Viscio, email@example.com
Mary Hashemi, firstname.lastname@example.org
Amy Stoios, email@example.com
Elena Williamson, firstname.lastname@example.org
|PARENT SOCIAL ON NOVEMBER 14 - WINE AND SILENT AUCTION DONATIONS NEEDED
SCIENCE EXPLORERS ASSEMBLY - OCTOBER 19
Time to book your sitter because the Parent Social on November 14th is quickly approaching! Last year’s Wine Raffle
was a huge hit so we’re doing it again! Please help us by donating a bottle (or two)
to our wine collectors Marianne Marquet, email@example.com
, and Tory Stagnaro, firstname.lastname@example.org
. Remember - the more we collect the more winners we have! And who couldn’t use some extra wine over the holidays to give as gifts, to serve to friends, and to calm your nerves?!
We are still looking for donated auction items. Any event tickets, gift cards (even the ones collecting dust!), specialty goods and services are greatly appreciated. Questions? Contact Peggy Myers, email@example.com. But most importantly, we want to see you! Get those response cards in so we know you are coming!
NOMINATE YOUR FAVORITE TEACHER AND BES COULD WIN A REWARD FROM CITADEL BANK
The HSA Cultural Arts Committee presents Science Explorers "Let's Get Energized" on Monday, October 19
. The 9:30am show is for 1st and 3rd graders and the 10:15am show is for 3rd and 4th graders. Students will learn about potential and kinetic energy along with mechanical, chemical, electrical, sound, and light energies. Science Explorers offers an after school club at Beaumont on Thursdays from 3:30 - 4:30pm. To learn more about their program, view their flyer
CHESS CLUB - BEGINS OCTOBER 20
The Beaumont Chess Club begins on Tuesday, October 20, from 7:45 - 8:30am in the Cafeteria
. Players of all ages and levels are welcome to join the 9-week session (October 20 to December 22) by filling out the Registration Form
. For more information, view Chess Club Flyer
. We are seeking at least 4 Parent Volunteers per session to help supervise the club.
Note: You do not need to know how to play chess to supervise.
Chess Club Contact:
Kate King, firstname.lastname@example.org
PINK DAY (BREAST CANCER AWARENESS) - OCTOBER 22
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness, we invite everyone to dress in all things pink: pink outfits, hats, scarves, hair... We ask all participants to donate at least $1 towards the The Rachel Paster Helping Hands Cancer Foundation
, in honor of Hillside Elementary second grade teacher, Mrs. Paster, who passed away in June from breast cancer. Thank you for your donations. View flyer
for more details.
SAVE THE DATE FOR MOVIE NIGHT - NOVEMBER 2
BES will be showing the animated movie Home
, on Monday, November 2, from 6:00 - 7:30pm
, sponsored by Beaumont Staff Cares, a group created by BES teachers and staff. It's on a Monday night, but there is no school the next day since it is a Staff In Service Day. Fill out the Registration Form
and sign up by Friday, October 30.
CELLO FURY AT VFMS - NOVEMBER 13
Cello Fury will be performing at Valley Forge Middle School on Friday, November 13 at 7:00pm
. It is a cello rock powerhouse featuring three cellists and a drummer. Cello Fury's original music combines the emotive and symphonic sounds of the cello with driving rock beats to create a cinematic, progressive rock sound. To learn more, view flyer
or visit Cello Fury's website
BES DIRECTORY & PARENT HANDBOOK
Copies of the BES Directory & Parent Handbook, which were pre-ordered in the beginning of the school year, were delivered last week. Please read an Update to the directory
. Thank you to Sarah Kenneck
and Colleen Mahoney
who put together this year's directory and handbook which includes Beaumont's school policies and a directory of staff and students.
BES HOMEROOM PARENTS & VOLUNTEERS
Thank you for volunteering to be Homeroom Parents & Volunteers. We are still looking for volunteers for some of the class parties.
Please review the full list of class volunteers
by grade and teacher and contact your Homeroom Parent directly to volunteer for a party.
BEAUMONT FAMILY SERVICE DAY
Many thanks to the generous Beaumont parents and students who came together on October 10 to help spruce up Hilltop House (just in time for the Parent Social) and to gather a whopping 150 pounds of apples for Chester County Food Bank and others in need of food. It was a beautiful, fun-filled day and we look forward to our next service adventure together. Thank you to the Community Service Committee, led by Jean Allen, Jen Bacani, Valerie Cheng, and Becky Pitofsky,
for bringing families together to give back to the community.
Fill out an Online Form to nominate your favorite teacher for the 2016 Citadel Heart of Learning Award. Citadel Bank is also holding a Schools with Heart Contest, which rewards the entire school for nominating teachers. The top three schools, in terms of overall percentage of nominations, will receive up top $1,500 to be used for school assemblies or special events. Submit your nomination and share why your favorite teacher has made a difference in your child's life.
For the latest news and information from the T/E Community that may be of interest to Beaumont Families, visit the HSA's Community Corner.
• T&E Care Annual Fundraiser - November 7, 2015, 6:30 - 11:00pm at St. Davids Golf Club, 845 Radnor Street Rd, Wayne, PA 19087. T&E Care is a non-profit that lends assistance to families in the T/ESD who might be struggling due to any number of reasons.Visit www.tecare.org to learn more.
• Expedition Easttown: Search the Stacks - Explore Easttown Library on Sunday, November 8, from 1:30 - 4:00pm during an exciting scavenger hunt based on the award-winning book Escape from Mr. Lemoncello’s Library. Tickets are $5 and all proceeds benefit the library.