Dear PWS Families,
Thank you so much for coming to participate in our Math/Literacy night and helping make it a great success! It was so wonderful to see the students teaching their parents about what they are learning at school.
A reminder to all parents about morning drop off. If you arrive after 7:50, you must go to the front parking lot, park, and walk your child in. We have had a number of parents recently drop their children off in the crosswalk and have them walk in on their own. This is not only more dangerous, but also interrupts the flow of traffic.
In the afternoon, if you are picking up after hours for one of our many after school activities like homework club or chorus, we ask that you please avoid the area of the parking lot over by the basketball courts. Our New Morning after school program utilizes that area for outdoor play and we want to keep that space as safe for the children as possible. Your cooperation with both of these traffic concerns is greatly appreciated.
Congratulations to our current and former PWS artists who had their work displayed and won ribbons at the 2016 Deerfield Fair! Please click on the link for artist names.
Students can still join Art Club Session 2 which runs February 13 - April 17. To sign your child up, click here: Art Club Session 2.
BHS Student Book Drive
Please read the link below from a BHS student to support her book drive.
Girls on the Run- Pennies for Paws
The PWS Fall session of Girls on the Run has decided for their community service project to collect donations to support the Animal Rescue League. Please follow the link below for more information about donating.
From the PTG
Hannaford Help Dollars
This is a reminder if you shop at the Hannaford on Jenkins Road please help support our school. Here is how it works. When you get your receipt if a Hannaford Help Dollar receipt is attached please put it in the slot of the light blue Hannaford for Help tower on your way out of the store.
Ski and Skate Sale
The annual Ski & Skate sale will be held on Saturday, November 19th, 2016 at BHS. Interesting in volunteering at this event? Email Maria Rocco at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thursday, October 27th - 2nd Grade Scarecrow Jubilee 6:00 PM
Monday, October 31st - Halloween Parade 1:30
Friday, November 4th-Picture Retake Day
Tuesday, November 8th-No School-Election Day
Friday, November 11th-No School Veterans Day
Have a great weekend,
Cheryl Daley Dan Mitchell
Principal Assistant Principal
Save the Date and please join the Bedford PTG along with guest speaker, Superintendent Chip McGee, at BCTV (10 Meetinghouse Road, Bedford) on Thursday, November 3rd at 6 p.m.. At this community event Mr. McGee will be speaking on important topics such as enrollments, current budget drivers/priorities, and academic performance. There will be discussion and Q&A, light refreshments will be served, and your children are welcome to attend.
GIFT CARDS are back!
Gift giving and every day shopping is easy when you order Gift Cards through the PTG. We are excited to offer gift cards to locally owned businesses along with a wide variety of local and online retailers. There is NO expiration date on the gift cards and you receive the FULL value of the gift card while the retailers will give a portion of the sale to the Bedford PTG (see order form for details). Order by November 2nd for pre-Thanksgiving delivery and order by November 30th for pre-Christmas delivery. Order forms will be going home with students K-8 and are available to download at www.bedfordptg.org
Bedford Education Foundation
Friday November 4, 2016 at 7:00pm
Manchester Country Club
Tickets available at www.seatyourself.biz/befnh
$50 for community members and $25 for faculty and staff in Bedford
Don’t miss this fantastic evening out for a great cause
For more information or for sponsorship opportunities please email email@example.com
Ecosmith Recycle Bins for Destination Imagination
Did you know that every school in the district has an Ecosmith Recycle Bin? This is a great way to donate/recycle old clothes, while helping raise funds for our teams who advance to Global Finals each year. You can put any kind of fabrics in these bins, towels and stuffed animals too. Ripped shirts and pants with holes are fine, as well as well worn shoes. Bedford DI greatly appreciates your continued participation in this program.
If anyone is interested in buying new PWS gear such as shirts, sweatshirts, pajama pants, and lunch bags please visit www.bedfordwear.com. If you would prefer, we also have paper order forms available in the front office.