After School Activities - 3:00pm - 4:20pm
After School Buses Depart at 4:30pm
Polls will be open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m
The Brandywine School District will hold four Town Hall meetings to discuss the referendum that will be held on May 17, 2016. The meeting schedule is as follows:Tuesday, May 3 - Carrcroft Elementary School
Additional referendum information is available by this link to the BSD website. We will continue to add information to this section.
If you have questions, please call 793-5000 or email email@example.com.
The book fair is coming again on May 9-13, 2016. This time of year you can stock up for your summer reading by shopping the BOGO book fair. At the BOGO book fair, whatever item you buy, you can get another item at equal price or less FREE! The library page has more information so click here to visit.
8th GRADE FORMAL DANCE
Tickets will be $10 and on sale during lunch beginning Monday, May 2nd
Students should be reminded that this is a dance not a “prom” and should dress appropriately. Boys should wear shirts and ties. Girls should not buy formal gowns; dresses are appropriate. Spaghetti straps are allowed. We encourage any student to express their concerns about a specific dress with an administrator during lunch.
Limousines, tuxedos and gowns should be saved for high school memories.
Finally, high school students are not permitted to attend. Sixth and seventh grade students may come only as the guest of an eighth grader. Students who wish to ask a friend, other than a Springer student, must adhere to the following:
· The guest must be identified to an administrator one week prior to the dance.
· A guest must be currently enrolled in a school as a middle school student and a guest application must be completed. Names of individuals not presently attending school will not be considered.
· Administration will call the guest’s school to verify that the guest is a middle school student in good standing.FROM DR. WOODSON
Two teams from Springer Middle School excelled at the Junior Solar Sprint competition this month. Our teams placed 1st and 2nd in the state in the design competition, and 4th and 5th in the time trial race. The students had to build model cars to certain specifications using balsa wood and incorporating solar panels. At the event, on April 14th at the Delaware State Fairgrounds, the cars were judged on speed and engineering/design. Congrats to students Mason Ferzetti, Chris Gray, Jack Kaminski and Nick Carlini (not pictured), Dylan Kutch, Nevon Glispy, Will Wennberg and Evan Ciecko (not pictured) as well as instructors Michelle Dech and Jeanine Kersch!Picture 1
Springer Middle School will host the Philadelphia NFL Alumni Youth Football camp this coming summer. They will participate in Non-Contact Football Instruction and Fun for Kids Ages 6-14 Years Old on Monday, July 11-Friday July 15 from 8:30 am to 11:30 am daily.
Visit www.NFLAlumniYouthFootball.com or call at 888-226-9919 for details
FROM NURSE CAWMANThe School Nurse has a new page on Springer’s website. All current information will be available on the Nurse’s page. Access the Nurse’s page from the Site Shortcuts menu or the Parents tab
DIAA PHYSICAL FORM INFO:
The NEW UPDATED DIAA Physical form and consents form is a five page document. Pages one, two and four require your signature before an exam can be conducted. Page five is a reference for you to keep. This physical evaluation must be completed after April 1 of the current year playing sports and runs through June 30 of the following year. Please click the links below for documents. Students will not be permitted to try out or participate in any athletics without a physical on file with the nurse.
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM A2 Day - Periods 2,1,4,3
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM PTA Meeting