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  • NESHAMINY SCHOOL DISTRICTNESHAMINY SCHOOL DISTRICTNESHAMINY SCHOOL DISTRICTNESHAMINY SCHOOL DISTRICT

    Samuel Everitt Elementary School Forsythia Drive South * Levittown, PA 19056

    Andre Modica, Principal * 215 809 6320

    OctoberOctoberOctoberOctober 2012 2012 2012 2012

    NEWSLETTERNEWSLETTERNEWSLETTERNEWSLETTER

    “Providing Educational Excellence and

    Community Service since 1955 “

    This year's Scholastic Book Fair is right around the corner. Our Book Fair is

    running Monday, October 8th through Friday, October 12th. All students at

    Samuel Everitt will have the opportunity to visit the Book Fair with their

    classes during that week, first to preview the books at the fair and then to shop

    on Thursday or Friday.

    This year we will also be holding an evening Family Event. If your family enjoys

    reading, this is an evening that you won’t want to miss!

    If you cannot visit our fair in person, you may like to take advantage of the new

    Online Book Fair where you can preview and order books from our homepage

    here:

    http://bookfairs.scholastic.com/bookfairs/cptoolkit/homepage.do?method=home

    page&url=samuel_everitt

    Alternatively, you can find the link on our Library Homepage by going to the

    Samuel Everitt homepage, clicking on “Academics/Support” at the top of the

    page, then “Library”. The link to our fair page is on the front of the library

    page.

    Our evening Book Fair will be held Thursday, October 11th from 6pm - 8pm. A

    percentage of all sales from our fair will benefit our school. We hope to see you

    there!

  • Welcome to fall and October. We had a great turnout for Back to School Night and lots of new families joined the PTO. Thanks to those teachers and families that have already joined and a little reminder that it’s not too late. Forms are available on our website.

    Be sure to “like” our page on Facebook, Samuel Everitt PTO, so you can be kept in the loop for upcoming events and activities.

    KidStuff books are still available. If you have already sent in your money or your book, thanks. If not, time is running out. Please return all books or money by October 3. If you are ordering additional books or out of area books, those books will be sent home with your child.

    This year is our first Joe Corbi fundraiser in recent years. Look for catalogs to come home with your children the first week of October. Sale ends October 10 and orders will be delivered to the school November 14 for you to pick up .

    The Book Fair is coming...Monday October 8 thru Friday October 12. Be on the lookout for your child’s wish list to come home that week. Simply choose the books you would like to purchase and send in the money on their buying days which are Thursday and Friday. Families are invited to come out and shop on Thursday night from 6-8. Besides books, there are many different novelties available for purchase as well. Hope to see you there. We are seeking parents to help with the browsing days. Look for forms to come home soon.

    Support your children’s school while enjoying a great Italian sandwich! Primo Hoagies in Langhorne will donate 10% of all purchases on October 22nd. Bring your family and friends for a fun night out! Our first family fun night, Pizza Pumpkin Night is just around the corner. Come out October 26 from 6-8 where $3.00 gets you a slice of pizza, a beverage, and admission to our event! We will be featuring carnival type games, a haunted hallway, and our “cake walk”. The entire family is encouraged to come!

    As always, we will be collecting the following items all year long:

    • Box Tops…first collection for Box Tops contest ends Oct 26..the class with the most box tops collected will receive a special treat from the PTO

    • Labels for Education/Campbell’s Soup labels • Render’s/Shoprite receipts • Campbell’s labels for education • Paper/newspapers (donation bin is located behind the school, in the rear parking lot)

    These are nice and easy ways to help earn things for your child’s class room without much effort!

    CALENDER DATES OCT 1 JOE CORBI STARTS OCT 2 SCHOOL STORE OCT 3 KIDS STUFF BOOKS SALE ENDS OCT 8-12 BOOK FAIR OCT 11 BOOK FAIR FAMILY NIGHT 6-8PM OCT 12 JOE CORBIS ENDS OCT 15 PTO MEETING IN LIBRARY AT 7PM OCT 16 SCHOOL STORE OCT 22 PRIMO HOAGIE NIGHT OCT 26 PIZZA PUMPKIN NIGHT 6-8 Oct 26 BOX TOPS DUE OCT 30 SCHOOL STORE

  • Mrs. Jennifer Force

    Mrs. Stacy Rahn

    Hello, my name is Stacy Rahn and I am excited to be joining the Everitt community this year in 5th grade. I have worked in the Neshaminy School District for the past 3 years teaching 5th grade, 4th grade, and 2nd grade learning support. I have truly enjoyed, and learned so much from each experience. In my spare time I enjoy spending time with my family. I love going to bookstores and discovering new books. I also delight in going to new restaurants and trying different foods. I am an avid sports fan and continue to be hopelessly devoted to our hometown teams. I look forward to a great year here at Everitt!

    Hello, my name is Jen Force, and I am very excited to begin my first year here as the general music & chorus teacher at Everitt Elementary on Days 1, 2 & 3. I can also be found teaching general music at Walter Miller Elementary on Days 4 & 5. I am coming from the Philadelphia School District, where I taught music for three years in a neighborhood K-8 elementary school in the southwest area. I graduated from West Chester University four years ago, and I am currently getting my master’s degree in Elementary Literacy from Walden University. When I’m not teaching, I love playing piano, watching the Flyers win all of their hockey games, reading mysteries and swimming. I am very excited to be part of the Neshaminy community, and I can’t wait to see what these talented children produce!

  • Mrs. Helen Kirsch

    Mrs. Andrea Buiocchi

    Mrs. Theresa Rubin

    Hello, my name is Andrea Buiocchi and I’m very excited to be joining the Everitt team on day 5 as your librarian. The rest of the week, I can be found at the Lower Southampton Elementary Library. In my free time I enjoy reading, working on jigsaw puzzles, gardening, collecting sea glass at the beach, and spending time with my daughter, Amanda, my son, Tyler, and my cat, Tuesday.

    Hello, my name is Helen Kirsch. I am excited to be back teaching strings and directing the orchestra at Everitt! I also teach at Oliver Heckman and Albert Schweitzer Elementary Schools. I like to share my love of music with my students. Outside of school I enjoy spending time with my family and reading.

    Hello! My name is Mrs. Theresa Rubin and this is my first year at Samuel Everitt Elementary. I am teaching 2nd grade in room 4B. I have been teaching in Neshaminy since 2006. I became a teacher after spending 15 years as a police officer. Teaching is something I have dreamed of doing since I was a child. I graduated from Neshaminy High School in 1975, earned my Bachelor’s degree from Penn State University, and my Master’s degree from Holy Family University. My husband and I live in the Somerton section of Philadelphia. We have four rescued dogs that keep our house hopping. My favorite things to do are reading, visiting and collecting lighthouses, listening to music, dancing, and spending time with my family. I am looking forward to a great year with my enthusiastic second grade class.

  • October’s “Takes Pride” theme is “acceptance.” “Acceptance” is a

    favorable reception or approval. When you demonstrate “acceptance” of

    others, you acknowledge them even if you do not agree or have different

    beliefs. Individuals who are accepting of others take the time to listen and

    respect the point of view of others. This month, take the time to practice

    “acceptance.” Be accepting of those with whom you disagree and try to

    understand and see the world from their point of view. You can always

    agree to disagree in a peaceful manner.

    Grade Level Reading Counts!

    It was wonderful to speak with so many parents at the literacy table

    during Back to School Night. Many parents were inquiring about the

    grade level reading requirements and titles. Neshaminy School

    District does have grade level reading lists from which your child

    should be reading from and read to this year.

    The Neshaminy School District's Recommended Reading Lists are

    located in the Destiny Follett program. Our