Sunday, October 12, 2014

HAWKS eNEWS 13-19OCT14



2014 September 8-12 

   
   
 
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           http://www.uniteforher.org/students-unite-for-her.html




http://cfpmssports.blogspot.com/2014/09/patton-goes-pink.html




Book Fair: 

The Patton Middle School Book Fair will be in the library October 15th through October 22nd !  Students - Please bring your money!  You will have a special time to shop on the day assigned by your Language Arts teacher.  Parents - The book fair will also be open during Parent Visitation Day, October 22nd, so please come visit the library to purchase books for holiday gifts. You can also shop during any free time you have throughout the week.  If you do not have time to visit the Book Fair, have your child fill out a "Wish List" during their LA visit and then shop the Book Fair online.   http://bookfairs.scholastic.com/homepage/cfpms

Sign up to help:  http://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f0d4cafac22a75-charles




Coin Drive Challenge: 

Patton Middle School is participating in Scholastic's All for Books program now through October 17th. Coin donation jars are located in each 7th and 8th grade Advisory class room.  The donations we collect will be used to purchase books for our library.  In addition, Scholastic will match the money we collect and donate up to 1 million books to two non-profit organizations dedicated to helping children, families, and teachers acquire books and educational resources – Kids in Need Foundation and Kids in Distressed Situations, Inc..  Your loose change can make a huge difference in the life of those less fortunate. As a special thank you from the Book Fair Committee, the Advisory class in both the 7th and 8thgrade who collects the most change will win a breakfast!





NOPE Presentation

October 15th

Unionville HS Auditorium.

FOCUS and The UCF Education Foundation invite you to a NOPE for Parents presentation
(Narcotics Overdose Prevention & Education): 
Unionville HS Auditorium.
In this NOPE program, experts explain the facts regarding: prescription drug abuse, drug interaction, signs of substance use, addiction, parenting strategies, and where to get help.

Please visit the following link for more detailed information:

http://ucfsd-community-news.blogspot.com/2014/09/focus-and-ucf-education-foundation.html

                                                                                                          



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Cavalcade of Bands March on the Brandywine Festival 

Saturday, October 18

A crisp fall evening is the perfect time to get out with the family to enjoy music, pageantry, and fun! Unionville High School invites you to the "March on the Brandywine" marching band competition on Saturday, October 18, 6:30 - 9:30 p.m.


Tickets are $12 adults, $10 students and seniors, free for ages 5 and under. Food, including our famous hand-cut, fresh—never frozen!—band fries, will be available for purchase, along with programs  and music-related items. Fun for all ages!

A crisp fall evening is the perfect time to get out with the family to enjoy music, pageantry, and fun! Unionville High School invites you to the "March on the Brandywine" marching band competition on Saturday, October 18, 6-9:30 p.m.

This event features the area's best high school musicians and color guard squads in friendly competition—it's like one exciting halftime show after another! Judges from the Cavalcade of Bands, Inc. will rate the bands for precision, creativity, musicality, and complexity. Participating high schools are Bridgeton, Conestoga Valley, Downington West, Eastern York, Kennett, Marple Newtown, Methacton, Pottstown, Sun Valley and West Chester East.  When the competing bands are finished, the Unionville High School Marching Band will treat the audience to a unique collection of images in an unforgiving environment where nomads roam the dunes in a desperate search for water in an exhibition of its 2014 show, "Mirage."  The evening concludes with an awards ceremony.

Tickets are $12 adults, $10 students and seniors, free for ages 5 and under. Food, including our famous hand-cut, fresh—never frozen!—band fries, will be available for purchase, along with programs  and music-related items. Fun for all ages!




http://http://uhs.ucfsd.org/artgala.html




      EVENT CALENDAR

OCTOBER 2014

13 - School closed, Inservice

15-22 - Book Fair

22 - Parent visitation

24 - Picture retake

24- CFPMS Magazine Drive VIP Party & Pig Race 1-1:40 pm

24 - Bike drive

30 - End of marking period


November 2014

3-Java with John

4-No School, Election Day/Inservice

6- PTO Meeting

20-Focus Presentation

22-Minute to Win It

24-1/2 Student Day- Conferences

25-1/2 Student Day- Conferences

26-1/2 Student Day- Conferences

27-School Closed- Holiday Break

28-School Closed-Holiday Break



GIANT FOOD STORES - FUNDRAISING

Did you know you can support Patton Middle School just by doing your regular grocery shopping at Giant? All you have to do is provide us with your Giant Bonus Card number and we will register you in the A+ Rewards program. You can still earn Giant gas points and other Giant rewards while participating in the A+ program!

We will hold a contest for the month of October and the Advisory in each grade that turns in the most Bonus Card numbers by October 24th will win a spook-tacular breakfast on Halloween! Ask your extended family or neighbors for their Bonus Card numbers to get more entries for your Advisory. Sign ups from Curriculum Night or PTO meetings will be credited toward this contest.

To sign up: send your Name, Email, Phone Number, Bonus Card Number and Child's Advisory to luci.mcclure@gmail.com or to the office in an envelope marked "Giant Contest".  If you would like to designate a second school for the A+ rewards, please note that too.

If you have any questions about the Giant A+ Program, please contact Luci McClure luci.mcclure@gmail.com


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Target Red Card- 

Do you have a Target Credit Card?.  Did you know that you can benefit your school every time you shop using your Target Credit Card?  Register Patton Middle school to receive credit every time that you shop!….. Thank you for your passive fundraising support!





Box Tops for Breakfast
Help your student's Advisory class win a free breakfast by collecting Box Tops for Education! The Advisory class in 6th, 7th, and 8th grade that earns the most Box Tops points will be treated to breakfast by the PTO. The Advisory class that collects the most Box Tops overall will receive a special prize as well. Please place your Box Tops in clear plastic bags or white envelopes. Please write the Advisory teacher's 
first and last names,grade, and the number of Box Tops on the bag or envelope and place it in the collection box in the main office. Any number of Box Tops will be accepted, but please try to submit the Box Tops in multiples of 10 to make counting easy. Please note that Box Tops with expiration dates prior to September 2014 cannot be submitted for Box Tops credit.

Where Can I Find Box Tops?
You'd be surprised how many companies participate in Box Tops! Here are just a few products: all Hanes' Apparel, Green Giant Fresh, Canned, and Frozen Vegetables, all Hefty and Ziploc Bags and Kleenex and Scott Tissues and Paper Towels. To designate Patton Middle School for your Box Tops earnings, go to www.Boxtops4education.com. Create a new account or log in if you already have registered. Patton Middle School's ID number is 576522!

 


 
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