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Remember the M.O.P. Rules

M stands for Me:  Will this hurt me or get me into trouble?

O stands for Others:  Will this hurt others or get others into trouble?

P stands for Property:  Will this hurt someone's property?

   

    2014-15     SUPPLY LISTS

KINDERGARTEN FIRST GRADE SECOND GRADE THIRD GRADE FOURTH GRADE FIFTH GRADE MRS. CROUSE

 

 

 

    

 

 

Welcome to 
Royerton Elementary

At Royerton, we focus on more than just the 4R's. In cooperation with parents and community, we are dedicated to providing students the opportunity to become responsible, reliable, receptive, respectful, resourceful, and ready for the future.  As you read about Royerton Elementary, you will see why parents are anxious for their children to be a part of our Royerton family.  

 

 

Royerton Elementary News

Royerton Elementary News  

THANK YOU!

This time of year, we give thanks for the many blessings and freedoms that we enjoy each day.  At Royerton Elementary, we are thankful for our students and the families that they represent.  It is a blessing to be able to work with such fine children each day.  We not only have the opportunity to teach them every day, but we have the opportunity to learn from them as well!  The most recent example of this would be our Food Drive.  A wonderful example of our students leading the way and showing what it means to have a heart of THANKSGIVING.  Thank you to those who participated in our Food Drive, and also thank you to our Student Council for sponsoring our annual food drive to help support the Center Chapel Food Pantry.  The students of Royerton Elementary and their families contributed SO much!  We were able to collect 4486 food items to donate to the Center Chapel Food Pantry for families in need. This broke last year’s record. 

      

Thank you to students, their families, faculty and staff for your caring participation and all the support that you demonstrate daily to our community.  Happy Thanksgiving!

 

THANKS for GIVING,

Mr. Marshall

 

FROM CENTER CHAPEL FOOD PANTRY

Thank you to the students of Royerton Elementary and the Student Council Representatives for collecting thousands of food items that will be used to feed hundreds in our community.  We are extremely grateful for organizations, like yours, that help our ministry.  What a blessing your donations are to our food pantry.

Sincerely,

Center Chapel Food Pantry

 

M.O.P. PROGRAM

At Royerton Elementary School, we recognize students for positive behavior.  Each month, our classroom teachers nominate one student who has followed the M.O.P. Rules for the entire month.  Miss Conti reads the winners on the announcements each month and the students are issued a small reward.  Pictured below are the winners from October.  Congratulations boys and girls! 

 

 

DELTA JUNIORS VOLLEYBALL CLUB

Registration for the Delta Juniors Volleyball Club will be December 6th at Delta High School from 4:00-5:45 for ages 6-14.  Tryouts for the girls in the competitive age group, ages 10-14, will be going on during that same time, so girls should come ready to practice.  All age groups are open to all school districts.   For questions, please call Coach Heidi Zickgraf at 288-5597 or 748-3148 or email her at hzickgraf@delcomschools.org.  If you are unable to attend the tryout/registration, please contact coach Zickgraf as well.  Registrations can be taken up until the start date in January, but we would like to get as many registered as possible before that date.

 

SPELL BOWL

Congratulations to our Spell Bowl Team!!!  They came in first place in their division at the Regional Spell Bowl Meet at Randolph Southern!!!  Thank you students for representing Royerton Elementary in such a fine fashion, and thank you to Mrs. Alley and Ms. Guerrero for being our sponsors!

 

PTO MEETING

Our next PTO meeting is Thursday, February 12th, at 6:30 p.m. in the library.  PTO is a great way to get involved in Royerton Elementary.  Childcare is provided in Mrs. Huber’s classroom.

 

DRESS WARMLY

With the cold weather here, please take a few moments in the morning to make sure your children are dressed appropriately for the weather.  We have students coming to school without jackets and long pants and some wearing flip flops.  Close-toed shoes, long pants, and a jacket or coat are necessary with the colder temperatures.  If the weather is acceptable, the students will go outside for recess and may also need hats and gloves.

 

TIMES FOR THE SCHOOL YEAR

7:30             Students will be allowed to go to the gym and breakfast

7:40             Students dismissed to classrooms

7:40 to 7:50  GO Time!  (GO stands for GET ORGANIZED.  This is a specific time of day that students will be organizing themselves for their day of learning.)

7:50             Tardy bell rings

2:25             K-1 bus students, Latchkey, and Car Pick-Up Dismissal

2:30             2nd – 5th grade students who are riding the Bus are dismissed

 

THANKSGIVING BREAK

There will be no school on Wednesday, November 26th, through Friday, November 28th, in observance of Thanksgiving. 

 

TEXTBOOK RENTAL

If you have not paid your students textbook rental for the 2014-2015 school year, it is past due.  Please bring a check or send it in with your child attention Mrs. Wirt.  If you need to make payment arrangements please contact Mrs. Wirt at 282-2044. 

 

2014-15 ELEMENTARY TEXTBOOK RENTAL AND FEES

Kindergarten - $82.93

1st Grade - $104.50

2nd Grade - $109.66

3rd Grade - $105.13

4th Grade - $105.13

5th Grade - $106.38

 

2014-15 CAFETERIA SERVICES

BREAKFAST

Elem Student = $1.30

Middle/High Student = $1.30

Reduced = $ .30

Ala Carte Milk = $ .50

Adult = $1.75

 

LUNCH

Elem Student = $2.30

Middle/High Student = $2.50

Reduced = $ .40

Adult = $3.00

 

SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS

The Delaware Community School Corporation provides reasonable accommodations to persons with disabilities attending school activities.  If you or a guest plan to attend an event at one of our schools and require special accommodations, please call the school at least 48 hours in advance so the school may have a reasonable opportunity to provide an accommodation.

 

SAFETY TIP LINE

Delaware Community School has reopened the Safety Tip Line.  The new tip line is being provided by Com Net.  If you would like to report school safety concerns, please contact Royerton Elementary at 282-2044 and ask for Mr. Marshall or Mrs. McGuire or you can call the tip line after school hours to report your general school safety concerns.  In case of an immediate emergency, patrons would always call 911.  The phone number for the Safety Tip Line is 747-1632.   Thank you.

 

 

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Kindergarten -  Mrs.  Carmichael, Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Gardner, Mrs. Huber

1st grade -  Mrs. AddingtonMrs. Baker, Mrs. GreenMrs. Stewart

2nd grade -  Mrs. Clements, Mrs. FrederickMrs. Shaw

3rd grade -  Mrs. Hopper, Miss Orman, Mr. Parrott, Mrs. Toney

4th grade - Mrs. Alley, Mrs. Clark, Mrs. Emrick,  Miss Guerrero,

5th grade -    Mrs. FoltzMr. Kelly, Mrs. Kile, Mrs. Bratton 

P.E. - Mr. Fant

Art - Mrs. Schwer

Music - Mrs. Eichhorn

Special Education - Mrs. Crouse, Mrs. Smith

Speech - Mrs. Weiseman

High Ability - Mrs. Harman

Counseling - Miss Conti

Latchkey - Mrs. Huddleston

Asst. Principal - Mrs. McGuire

Principal - Mr. Marshall