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Read Across America

Did you know that February is the only month in recorded histroy not to have a full moon? The last time the event happened was in 1865. It is called a BLACK MOON and for the first time in 153 years it is occurring again.

February 26th - March 2nd

Monday: Sleep Book (PJ Day)

Tuesday: "Horton Hears a Who"(Wear your favorite color, color the world with kindness)

Wednesday: "Fox in Sox" (Wear crazy mixed up socks)

Thursday: "The Cat in the Hat" (Wear stripes and hats)

Read Across America Night 6-7:10pm

Friday: "Thing 1 and Thing 2" (Find a friend or a few and dress alike)

 

 

February Events

Feb. 5-9:  National School Counselor Week

Feb. 7: Dental Exams for Grades K and 3

Feb. 9:  Flex Day- Dismissal at 12:00 p.m./ 250 Box Tops due

Feb. 13- PTG Meeting 6 p.m. Library

Feb. 14:  Box Top Movie at H.S. 8:45 a.m./ Valentine’s Parties after lunch

Feb. 19-23:  Kindergarten registration packets available in main office

Feb. 20:  2nd gr. "Bring Someone to Lunch" @ 10:45

Feb.26-March 2:  Read Across America Week/Book Fair

Mrs. Perrin's class accepted the Great Kindness Challenge by sharing Stone Soup.

Congratulations to

- Eric Decker
- Zoe Puhala
- Daniel Bish
- Dominic Carlini
-Jocelyn Troutman
- Hila Wilcox

Your character has earned you pizza with your principal.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ages 3-4, Pre K Counts and Head Start are now accepting applications for 2018-19. For more information call.

(Must be 3 by August 31st 2018.) 

Pre K Counts: 814-265-8500

Head Start: 814-849 3660

Winter's last gasps provides a beautiful mixture of sun and snow on the playground. The combination of warm and cold puts a smile on everyone's face.

The return of the Robin to Pennsylvania is a welcomed sight after a cold winter. Did you know that Robins are physically unaffected by the bitter cold? They fly south as far as Texas and Florida to find food. Berries and insects are not easily found in the winter here in Brockway so they find a warmer climate necessary to eat.

That's a really BIG CHECK!

The Goodwill clothing drive was a huge success. Raising more than $1300 for the schools spring field trips. Mrs. Rogo's class receives the check with Mrs. Ransbottom, Mr. Hawkins and Mrs. Patricelli.

Some older than normal elementary students diplay their 100th day spirit.

 

 

SAVE THE DATE May 2018

We are looking for people who would like to donate their hair for this great cause. If you or your child would like to donate, there are some things you need to consider:

  1. Donated hair must be a minimum of 8 inches long (measured from just above the elastic band of the ponytail to the ends). We will have beauticians here ready to style and cut your hair. J
  2. If donating wavy/curly hair, you may straighten it before measuring
  3. Hair should be freshly washed and completely dry, without any styling products
  4. Hair may be colored with vegetable dyes, rinses and semi-permanent dyes; it cannot be bleached, permanently colored or chemically treated

We are in the planning parts of this big event and wanted to get the word out to you before you cut your hair! Help make a difference with your hair cut and join in with the Brockway Area Schools and Pantene Beautiful Lengths

Mrs. Wise's Class Measures

Second Grade measured snow on Monday and finished up with a snow cone treat. Did you know on average 13" of snow equals 1" of rain? Thats a lot of water.