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What’s Happening this Month

  • 11/5 – No School – Election Day
  • 11/6 – Room 210 Trip to Wagner Institute
  • 11/7 – 5th Grade Trip to the Phila. Court System
  • 11/11 – Veteran’s Day
  • 11/13 – Coffee with the Principal in the Library
  • 11/14 – Open House Tour for Prospective Parents
  • 11/14 – 7th Grade Trip to the Barnes Foundation
  • 11/15 – Early Dismissal 12:09 pm
  • 11/19 – Picture Retake Day ( Grades K-7 )
  • 11/20 – Report Card Conference – Early Dismissal
  • 11/21 – Report Card Conference – Early Dismissal
  • 11/22 – Report Card Conference – Early Dismissal
  • 11/28 – No School – Thanksgiving Break
  • 11/29 – No School – Thanksgiving Break

Students Celebrate the International Day of Peace

Room 212 students and Ms. Merlini joined people in cities, communities, and villages worldwide by celebrating the International Day of Peace (September 21) in diverse and meaningful ways throughout the month of September. The class created a peace table in their Zen Den, a space used by the children to encourage conflict resolution through peaceful and respectful communication. When used for conflict resolution, it encourages children to talk about what’s on their mind and gives them a specific place and method to achieve an agreeable solution.


Federal Title 1 Right to Know Letter:

As the parent of a student attending a school that is receiving Federal Title I dollars, you have the right to know the professional qualifications of the teacher(s) and instructional paraprofessional(s) who instruct your child.

Letter in English, Chinese, and Spanish

Early Release Procedures For School District Of Philadelphia Students

The School District of Philadelphia is committed to providing a safe and enjoyable learning environment for all students. The information contained in the linked document highlights the procedure that allows us to provide maximum safety for students should the need to release them early arises.  English       Chinese


Volunteer Policies and Procedures.

All adults wishing to volunteer in the School District of Philadelphia will need to complete a Volunteer Orientation.

Please visit the School District of Philadelphia’s Family And Community Engagement (FACE) site for more information.