Document 352886

Sharon Elementary School
Sharon SC
7300 Sharon Road
Newburgh, IN 47630
October 16, 2014
Sharon School will be celebrating Red Ribbon Week
Monday, October 20 through Friday, October 24.
There will be daily “themed” activities to remind us
to stay away from drugs!
Monday, October 20—
20 “Walk Away From Drugs.” Weather permitting,
students and staff will take a walk through the Sharon neighborhood.
Wear Red Day!
Tuesday, October 21—”Friends
Don’t Let Friends Bully Or Do Drugs.”
Friends dress as twins. Twin Day!
If you do not want
your child’s picture
published (website,
Scoop, etc.), please
let the office know.
Our Character Counts trait for
October iis Respect.
Report Cards are
Going Home Today!
A Special Invitation, Just for You!
Wednesday, October 22—
22 “Smarties Don’t Do Drugs.” Nerd Day!
An Evening Coffee at Sharon Elementary
Thursday, October 23—”Lasso
A Drug Free Life.” Cowboy Day!
The Sharon Elementary School PTO is hosting a
“Coffee with the Principal” during their PTO meeting
this evening, Thursday, October 16, at 6:00 PM
in the school library. Topics to be presented: School
Improvement Plan, Bullying, and the 4th and 5th Grade
POD. Everyone is invited to attend!
Friday, October 24—”Follow
Your Dreams. Don’t Do Drugs.” Pajama Day!
Join the fun and make sure you dress to follow the daily themes!
New Staff Spotlight
My name is Melanie Bozsa. I am so
excited to be a part of the Crusader
family this year! I am 26 years old
and am a graduate of the University
of Evansville. This is my fourth year
teaching. Before joining Sharon
Elementary School, I taught 3rd
grade at Daniel Wertz Elementary
School. In addition to teaching, music
is a huge passion of mine. I enjoy playing guitar and
songwriting. Thank you for your warm welcome into the
Sharon family. I am so excited to be here.
Just a reminder that The Scoop can be viewed in living color
on the Sharon School website.
Go to and click on
Administration and then click on Sharon Scoop in the dropdown
box to view The Scoop on line.
Caught Being Good
Noura Mahmoud in 3Wo was nominated by Mrs. Wolfe for being caring.
Kennedy Trentham in 1T was nominated by Mrs. Thornton for being caring.
News from the Office
October 16—Report Cards Sent Home
Kindergarten Field Trip to Cates Farm
3rd Grade Language Club 3:15-4:00PM
6:00PM PTO Meeting/Coffee with the Principal—Lib.
Last Day to turn in Box Tops for Education
Generation Y
Please allow plenty of time when picking up
your child for an early dismissal.
The office is not allowed to call your child out
of class until you arrive to pick him/her up.
Remember that it can take a few minutes to get a student to the
office, especially during lunch and recess, or if the student is
in another classroom such as art, music, computer, or gym.
October 20-24—Red Ribbon Week and School Safety Week
Monster Change PTO Fall Fundraiser
October 21—Generation Y
October 22—5th Grade Physics Experiments Field Trip to CHS
Light Company
October 23—3:30PM Boy’s Basketball Game at J.H. Castle
Generation Y
October 24—PTO Movie Night Fall Fundraiser
Kids Cents Savings
Hey kids, savings can be fun when you save
with Newburgh National Bank’s Kids Cents
Savings! Earn prizes with every deposit
you make and watch your money grow.
Newburgh National Bank’s helper will be in
the lobby of our school every Thursday from 8:00-8:15 AM.
Parents, get your kids started saving now! Contact Michelle Rose
at 858-1605 if you have any questions.
Veterans Day Program
Sharon Elementary is having a Veterans Day Program on
Tuesday, November 11, 2014 at 9:00 AM in the gymnasium. This
program will honor veterans of every military branch.
you have a family member or friend who has served in the
armed forces, we invite them to join us for this special time.
A light breakfast will be provided for veterans and their
Sharon Elementary School student(s) from 8:30-9:00 AM
before the program.
Again this year, we will present a slide show at the end of the program to recognize
all veterans who are family members to our students and staff. Parents, guardians,
and staff members should send DIGITAL photographs in JPG format of their veteran
to Mr. Beau Fulk at [email protected] by Friday, November 7, 2014.
Along with the picture, please include three things:
the veteran’s name
their branch of the military
their relation to the student/staff member
Students and staff are welcome to recognize more than one family member if they
Mrs. Reising will be creating the Wall of Fame again this year to honor all past and
present veterans. Red and blue sheets will be sent home with students soon. Please
put only ONE veteran on each sheet. Additional sheets will be in the office if you
need more.
Snickerdoodle Art Party
News from the PTO
The Monster Change Fall Fundraiser is next week,
October 2020-24. They will be collecting change each day in
the mornings. The class that collects the most change
gets front row seats and free popcorn at their movie
night on Friday, October 24. Monster Movie Night is
Friday, October 24 at 6:00PM. Wear your costume, bring
a blanket, and watch a movie in the gym with your
friends! They will be showing ?Disney’s Monster
University. Cost is free but they will be accepting
donations to help raise money for a mural to be painted
on the gym wall. They will be selling popcorn,
candy, and sodas.
PTO is extending the deadline through
Monday, October 20 to reserve your spot for
the PTO “Mom’s” painting party on Thursday,
November 6. Get your reservation turned in
today for an evening of girlfriend fun!
Third graders
enjoyed their
field trip last
Thursday to
Trunnel’s Farm.