Click below to view the meeting minutes from the Coolidge PTO December 8th meeting.
Click below to view the meeting minutes from the Coolidge PTO November 9th meeting.
Please join the 5TH GRADERS in completing Random Acts of Kindness for the holidays
to help them raise funds for the year. Completed trackers should be turned in by
December 20th to your child’s teacher. Here’s how it works:
- Your family can pledge $2 per Act of Kindness
- We encourage every Cougar/Cougar sibling(’s) to complete at least 10 Acts of Kindness. [Photocopy sheet as needed]
- Please use this Kindness tracker to keep track of your Acts. You can use the examples provided or write in your own
- We will be keeping track of which class completes the most Acts and they will receive a special SURPRISE!
- Please turn in your Pledge Checks written out to Coolidge PTO in an envelope marked 5th Grade Fundraiser
Click below to view the meeting minutes and zoom video from the Coolidge PTO October 6th meeting.
“Did someone say pie? Help support Wyckoff’s Public School system
with STEM & Robotics programs by purchasing Demarest Farm pies for
Thanksgiving from Wyckoff Education Foundation (WEF)!
Easy to order at https://bit.ly/3noERjJ Orders must be placed by Nov. 13.
Convenient pIck up at the schools on Nov. 23″
December 1st (grade K-2) December 2nd (grades 3-5) from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
The Holiday Craft Fair committee is looking for volunteers to help with the fair.
Please consider signing up HERE!
If you missed sending in your completed form and check today you can drop it off in my mailbox at 182 Fox Hollow Rd by this Friday 11/5.
FORM UPDATE! Each child will get a door prize ticket for the day they attend.
Dear Coolidge Parents –
We are excited to announce details regarding this year’s holiday craft fair.
The fair will be held on December 1st (grades K-2) and December 2nd (grades 3-5) from 3:30 PM to 5:30 PM.
This year, we are planning an assortment of different gift options for the children. The areas include:
- Gift-making craft stations
- Holiday Boutique Shop (SchoolHolidayShop.com)
- Free Wrapping Station
- Fun Activities
HERE’S HOW IT WILL WORK:
The holiday fair will use a pre-purchased ticket system for currency. Please complete the consent form that was sent home or print one below to pre-order your child’s tickets for this event. Your purchase options are as follows:
- Package A: $45 for 50 tickets
- Package B: $25 for 25 tickets
- Package C: $10 for 10 tickets
- Package D: $5 for 5 tickets
The fair will offer a selection of make-your-own holiday and household craft items that will range in price from 1 to 5 tickets each including decorating materials.
This year, Coolidge will also be partnering with schoolholidayshop.com to offer a selection of ready-made gift items that the children can buy for family and friends. Most boutique merchandise will require 1-6 tickets each. No single item will cost more than 12 tickets.
Towards the end of each day of the fair, fun STEM door prizes will be announced to winning ticket holders.
Due to COVID restrictions, the Holiday Fair will be restricted to students and event volunteers only. If you’d like to volunteer to help with the Holiday fair, please look out for our sign-up sheet which will open next week via Sign Up Genius.
We look forward to seeing your children at the Holiday Fair!
Any questions, please reach out to Ashley Bell and Linzie Peckis
|If your child is interested in gardening, the environment, and community service please consider signing him/her up to be a Green Ambassador! The Green Team’s mission is to encourage and foster for Coolidge students an appreciation and respect for our environment and nature. Enhancement and maintenance of the MPR Garden, outdoor classrooms, recycling and sustainability initiatives, as well as giving back to our community will be key focuses of our student Green Ambassadors. |
We will have after-school meetings for students grouped by grade. We will also get members involved in fun green projects throughout the year. Sign up via the link below.
Please contact co-chairpersons Jennifer Feliciano, Erica Jalil, Brooke Lagstein at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or if you as parents wish to be involved as volunteers.
All are welcome.
We look forward to a great green year ahead! Coolidge Green Team
BACK BY DEMAND
BLANKETS…KINT BEANIES…SUPER SOFT GEAR
SHOP NOW FOR WYCKOFF FANS OF ALL AGES!
Proceeds benefit Wyckoff Schools. Make sure to select Coolidge at Check Out and order before 10/24!
Harvest Festival is Friday, October 22nd!
The Coolidge School PTO annual HARVEST FESTIVAL is back and will be held on Friday October 22nd after school from 3:20-4:30pm! Click here to sign up to volunteer for this fun event. This is a great opportunity to get involved in a school event! We’ll need volunteers to run games & craft stations, sell pumpkins and help with the bake sale. If you can’t be there that day, there are other ways to get involved! We’ll need lots of pumpkin painters and people to donate cider and treats for the bake sale! So please consider donating your time or talents and help us make this a great event! ~The Harvest Fest Chairs
This is NOT a drop-off event. Children need to remain with their parents and guardians.
Payment by Cash, Check payable to Coolidge School PTO or Credit Card.
Any questions, please reach out to Kate Rosenberg email@example.com
The Book Fair is Wednesday, October 6th & Thursday, October 7th during School. (No Parents)
The evening of Wednesday, October 6th from 5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. (Parents Welcome)
Calling all Book Fair enthusiasts! We are looking for volunteers to help with set-up on Tuesday after dismissal, as well as during the sale on Wednesday and Thursday. Please sign up for a shift (3 volunteers per shift), or to help set up on Tuesday (5 volunteers). Per COVID guidelines, we are not permitted to allow parents to come and go for their child’s specific class timeslot.
Link for Book Fair Volunteers: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090845AAA923A6F85-book
We encourage you to sign up for eWallet, a great way to allow your student to buy books without having to send in cash the day of the sale. Please find info on the flyer that was sent home on Friday, or in the PDF attached. Your child’s teacher also has the opportunity to set up an eWallet for donations. In years past, teacher’s have created Wishlists of books for their classroom. This is an alternative to that, and a great way to help your child’s teacher build their classroom library! Links can be shared by the teacher or found here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/118JEoFDpVbapwPvunpqbzxbD_UE127XV3CI15QqgjFQ/edit#gid=0