Please be aware that beginning on today, students will need an indoor set of shoes, preferably ones that can be used for indoor PE. Students will be asked to take off outdoor shoes/boots at the front door, carry them to their lockers, and change into indoor shoes. The â€œgrace periodâ€ is until Wednesday. J
This endeavor keeps our school cleaner. Thanks for your support!
Please note that during next week Tuesday afternoon and evening (and Wednesday, if needed), November 21 (and 22), we will have our annual fall Parent-Teacher Conferences. Ms. B. will connect with you regarding when you are scheduled to meet with your studentâ€™s teacher(s). We look forward to seeing you soon! (1-315-597-4400 or firstname.lastname@example.org)
Monday, November 13, 2017
Another School Dayâ€”Godâ€™s Mercies are New Every Morning
Indoor/Outdoor Shoes JJ
Tuesday, November 14, 2017
Boys Basketball practice 3:30 â€“ 5pm
Wednesday, November 15, 2017
Picture Retakes and School Group Picture 9 am
Thursday, November 16, 2017
Boys Basketball practice 3:30 â€“ 5 pm
School Board Meeting â€“ 7 pm
Friday, November 17, 2017
Saturday, November 18, 2017
Boys Basketball practice 9:30 â€“ 11:30 am
Monday, November 20, 2017
Another School Dayâ€”Godâ€™s Mercies are New Every Morning
Tuesday, Wednesday, November 21, 22 Parent-Teacher Conferencesâ€”No School Nov 22
Thursday, Friday, November 23, 24 Thanksgiving Breakâ€”No School
Friday, December 1 End of Trimester 1
Friday, December 8 EPCS Christmas Concertâ€”7:15 pm
Friday, December 15 Report Cards
Friday, December 15 EPCHS Lessons and Carolsâ€”7:15 pm
Friday, December 22 Noon Dismissal
The EPCS Website can be found at eastpal.staging.wpengine.com Please feel free to log on for up-to-the-minute information, pictures, and schedules as well as EPCS Forms, News, School Door, Videos, and Auction information. See you on-line.
All School Picture Day
This Wednesday, November 15th, the whole school will go outside in the morning for the All School picture. Please have your student dress warmly. Also, photo sessions will be available for those students who were absent on the original picture day. Please contact our front office tomorrow if your student was absent and you want a photo package. Their picture will be taken for our school yearbook whether or not a photo package is ordered.
This Friday, November 17th, the Student Council will be hosting a costume day. Students can wear a costume to school, however, it needs to follow the school dress code and not be scary.
Newark School Nurse Visit
On Tuesday, December 5th, Lisa Williams, one of the school nurses at Newark Central Schools will be visiting our school in the morning to perform vision tests, hearing tests, and scoliosis tests for those students who did not hand in a physical to our front office for this school year and for the students who did not have these tests marked off on the physical they did turn in.
Lisa can be contacted at Lincoln Elementary in the mornings (315.332.3349) and the Middle School in the afternoons (315.332.3308) if you have any questions about the tests and the physical/immunization requirements.
The next PTA meeting will be held on Friday, December 8th at 10:30 am. If you plan on attending the meeting, it is helpful if you contact Shelley at (email@example.com or 585-752-9773) or through the PTA Remind App, so that she can notify of any changes that might occur.
Christmas Fundraiser details: This fundraiser features Leoâ€™s Pies from East Rochester along with Cheesecake and Coffee from two other Upstate NY family companies. Please return your order sheets along with the money for the orders to the front office by this Wednesday, November 15th. This will allow the PTA to have everything tallied and turned into Leoâ€™s by the deadline date listed on the information flyer. All items will be ready for pickup at EPCS on Wednesday, December 20th.
Upcoming Fundraiser after Thanksgiving vacation: Our school will be selling valuable, family-friendly KidStuff Coupon Books filled with hundreds of national, regional and local coupons for all ages! Books are $25 and we earn 50% profit! Your family will earn 1 FREE book worth $25 for every 5 books you sell! This fundraiser will start Monday, November 27th. If you have family out of our Wayne County/Monroe County area who would be interested in supporting our school by purchasing a coupon book, you can check out this link to see if their state and location has a book for their area. http://mykscb.com/kidstuff-coupon-book-editions/
EPCS Community goes Camping!
Here are some details about an opportunity for members of our EPCS Community to go camping together next summer. There are EPCS families who have made reservations for the weekend of July 27th â€“ 29th at the Green Lakes State Park near Syracuse. To find out more about this NYS park with a wonderful golf course and swimming, or to just contact the reservation department of this park, use this link: https://parks.ny.gov/parks/172. EPCS families have reserved the following sites so farâ€¦.P35, P36, P37, P38, P40, P68, P69, P70 and for 2 nights the cost is just $65. â€œIt is nice to have quiet camping neighbors you know!â€ Do not wait! Reservations fill up fastâ€¦
Cleaning the School
Today, the Edmunds family will be cleaning our school. Tuesday will be the Wiley family, Wednesday and Thursday will be the Edmunds family. The Stenzel family will be Friday. Next Monday, the Edmunds family will be cleaning again.
The Hot lunch menu this week is a â€œWalking Tacoâ€ a/k/a Taco in a bag or a Taco Salad, orange and apple slices and ice cream cups. Our Hot Lunch volunteers will be Kathy Hatfalvi, Julie Hernandez, and Colleen Andrew.
The most recent Box Tops submission made on behalf of the school is going to give EPCS a check in the amount of $319.10 before the end of this year. Thank you so much to all of our collectors of these small items which when put together equals a nice large amount of cash!
Please do not hang on to your Box Tops when you collect them. It is sad for our coordinator when she has to throw out expired Box Tops. Keep sending them into the school and she will prepare them for the submission sheets for our spring time submission.
The Boyâ€™s Basketball team will be coached by Mr. Malach and Mr. Andrew, and includes 5th-8th grade. Please purchase your child proper fitting equipment for the upcoming season. High top basketball sneakers are recommended but not required. Please let a coach or team manager, Michelle Malach, know if you are unable to attend practice. Coach Malach can be reached at 585-943-6533, Coach Andrew at 315-573-2188, and Mrs. Malach at 585-507-0870 (all can receive texts).
Here is the proposed basketball schedule:
Tuesday, 11/14, 3:30-5pm
Thursday, 11/16, 3:30-5pm
Saturday, 11/18, 9:30-11:30
Tuesday, 11/20, 3:30-5pm
Saturday, 11/25, 9:30-11:30 (depending on availability)
Tuesday, 11/28, 3:30-5pm
Practices will continue on the Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday schedule until January (holiday practice schedule still TBD).
Our first game is Tuesday, 1/2/18. Once the season begins, we will only practice on Saturdays and occasionally on a Tuesday/Thursday if we have a bye. Please let us know if you have any questions.
Thank you for all of your hard work! The last step is to deliver Thank You notes to the businesses and neighbors who donated. These will be ready toward the end of the week. Please look through the file box on the front bench and find some that you can deliver with a smile instead of a stamp J
The total amount raised so far is $20,836.00!
There are several unsold gift certificates from Silent Auction, with a few new additions this week. Selling these would help bump up the total amount raised! Please contact Becky at 858-349-3642 or Newstach@aol.com if youâ€™d like to make an offer or have any questions.
– 5 Mini golf passes to Sportworks in Macedon/ $40 value
– Oil Change at Seasonall Automotive in Newark/ $24 value
– 4 Admission Passes to Smith Opera in Geneva, plus concession coupons/ $36 value
– $25 gift cert. to Curlyâ€™s Service Station in Palmyra/ expires 12/31/2018
– $350 gift cert. toward a family portrait by Tantalo Photography
– $25 gift cert. to Bobâ€™s Family Furniture (2 available)
– One Month Membership to Spunk Fitness in Newark/ New members only, Expires 12/31/2017/ $49 value. (2 available)
– Three Month Membership to Village Fitness at Gananda Physical Therapy with a Goodie Bag/ Expires 11/30/2017/ Value $128.
– One Month Trial Program to Premier Martial Arts in Newark/ Value: $145 each (2 available)
– 30 minute piano lesson by Jim & Beth Welsh in Palmyra/ Limit one per family/ $20 Value (5 available)
– $60 gift cert. with backpack and snowball throwers from Clifton Springs YMCA/ Expires 12/31/2017
– Rochester Rhinos signed photo/ $20 value
– Two $15 off 18 holes coupons to Victor Hills Golf Club/ expires 10/21/2018/ $30 value
Pre-K & Kindergarten
We host this weekâ€™s all-school assembly on Wednesday morning, starting at 8:15 (so please be early). Also, feel free to stay and listen to us perform a few songs, a Thanksgiving poem and a fun rhyme. Our letters of the week are /Dd/ for PK and /Rr/ & /Pp/ for Kindergarten. Show and tell will be on Friday. We also learn about the first Thanksgiving and the Pilgrims.
Please return mini-readers in our folders promptly so we can continue with our guided reading levels. We read and discover ways the Pilgrims worked with the Native Americans.
We work on the formation of the letters and do some simple sentence writing.
Finishing Unit 3 on classifying objects with sorting and grouping.
We move into learning about Joshua, Gideon, Samson, and Ruth this week. Our memory verse is still Proverbs 3:5-6.
Our unit is on transportation.
First Grade News
Please check out what the kids are doing for Science!! Thanks for reading!!
Changes in nature
Addition strategies and adding three numbers
Work we do at home and in our community
Changes in living things
Making a book about ourselves and the changes in us. Kids may bring in pictures of themselves to put in their book!
Second and Third Grade News
We are learning about Adam and Eve, the fall into sin, and Cain and Abel.
Both grades will be working on Raz Kids, journaling, hand-writing, and reading groups.
Unit 9, spelling list with highlighted words should be in your childâ€™s take home folder.
We will be continuing our study of the CIrculatory System.
We will be learning how people move from place to place.
We will be learning how to add two digit numbers.
We will be learning how to round to the nearest ten and hundred.
Fourth and Fifth Grade News
Our memory work is Hebrews 11:1-3. There will be a test on Thursday. We will also review the stories about Joshua.
Fourth graders are learning about metric measurement. This week, weâ€™ll convert metric units and learn about elapsed time and converting between years, days, months, hours and minutes.
Fifth graders are learning about working with metric measurements and conversions within the metric system.
We will start new literature circle books this week.
Weâ€™re continuing a study of New York Long Ago.
Weâ€™ll have a test on Wednesday.
We will finish our stories about superheroes and will start learning about letter writing.
Lesson 8 this week.
Middle School and High School News
This week we will be using computerized team quizzes in class to prepare for the Unit One Final Exam on Wednesday, November 29th and Thursday, November 30th.
Skillbuilder: Working in Vocabulary Books
Spelling: Social Study words
Reading: Focus on Comprehension
Writing: Finding Main ideas & supporting details
Labs: Microscope. Start new Unit: Viruses, Bacteria, Protoctists & Fungi
Exploration & Colonization 1492-1675
Analyzing Primary Sources
English 10 & 11
Part 3 of the ELA Regents exam is due on Tuesday. We will begin work on our next novel on Wednesday. There will be daily reading assignments for this, plus a study guide.
We finish reading The Great Gatsby on Tuesday. The symbolism assignment is due on Wednesday, and final essays are due on Nov. 27.
9:00 Brooke, 9:45 Bram, 11:15 Andrew, 2:00 Andrea.
7:45 Anna, 9:30 Genevieve
7:45 Alex, 9:00 Nick & Jonathan, 9:45 Will, 11:15 Ella
Next Monday, Nov. 20
9:00 Hunter, 9:45 Eleanor, 10:45 Elizabeth
Music Donations â€“ Due to some very generous donations recently, we have only FOUR more pieces of music to be donated! Please consider showing your thankfulness by donating one of the pieces listed belowâ€¦
If you would like to honor or memorialize a loved one, consider donating a piece of music to one of our performing groups. Your dedication will be printed in the program, now and any time the piece is played in the future. If you would like to donate one of these pieces, please let the office know:
Junior Band Concert Choir (Christmas concert)
Fireâ€™s Edge $45 God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen $50
Jurassic Park $40
Never Smile at a Crocodile $25
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