1 Volunteering in Making the decision to volunteer your time and talents to the students of the Methacton School District is a very honorable one and a decision with which we hope you will be pleased. School volunteers enhance the educational experience in so many ways and it is rewarding for parents as well as students! ALL VOLUNTEERS will need clearances to volunteer in any capacity! The process to obtain clearances, a TB Test and become Board approved may take up to three months. VERY IMPORTANT: ALL volunteers working with school children MUST secure Act 34 and Act 151 clearances AND get a TB test. How to Complete the Volunteer Registration Process: Volunteer Registration Form. Fill out the volunteer registration form attached or found online on Methacton s website (www.methacton.org). On the homepage under Site Shortcuts click on Volunteering in Methacton. If completing the printed registration form, please return the form to the Methacton School District Activity Office (1001 Kriebel Mill Road Eagleville, PA 19403). Please do this at the same time you mail your clearance requests. Include the Volunteer Disclosure Form attached so that we know you are in the process of receiving your clearances. TB Screening. Contact the school nurse ( ext 25040) to make arrangements for a TB screening. You may have the TB test done by the school nurse for free or have a TB test done by your family physician at your own cost. In either case, it is YOUR RESPONSIBILITY to provide proof of the TB screening to the District Administration Office. (Cannot be older than one year from the date you submit to our office). Complete Act 34 Criminal History Report. Criminal History reports can be obtained electronically from the Pennsylvania State Police at https://epatch.state.pa.us Click on the Submit a New Record Check. You will be required to pay a $10.00 fee using a debit or credit card. If you do not have access to a computer or do not have means to pay electronically, the Criminal History Request Form (SP4-164) is attached to these instructions. Print out receipt/record and send a copy to the District Office (Farina Education Center, 1001 Kriebel Mill Road Eagleville, PA 19403). Do NOT mail the original clearances to the district office; they will not be returned. Complete ACT 151 Child Abuse Clearance. The PA Child Abuse History Clearance Form (CY113) is attached to these instructions. Please complete the form and mail to Childline and Abuse Registry, Dept. of Public Welfare, P.O. Box 8170, Harrisburg, PA The Child Abuse History Clearance requires payment of $10.00 payable to the Department of Public Welfare in the form of a certified check or money order. The Pennsylvania Child Abuse History Clearance Form (CY 113) may also be downloaded from the Department of Public Welfare website (www.dpw.state.pa.us). To check on the status of a request for the Child Abuse Clearance call When all paperwork has been received in the District Office, including the processed registration and approved clearances, you will be ready to volunteer at Arrowhead Elementary School. A Volunteer ID card will be issued to all approved volunteers. Please remember to sign in at the school office every time you volunteer! If you have any questions, please call the activities office at ext
2 REFERENCE CALENDAR SEPTEMBER 3 First Day of School 5 Holiday - No School (K-12) 6 Back to School Picnic & WatchDogs Night (6:30 PM) 9 AHSA Meeting (9:15 AM Teachers Lounge) 10 Back to School Night/Meet the Staff (7 PM) 19 Market Day (Pick-up in Cafeteria 5:30-6:30 PM) 30 Fall Book Fair (Sept 30-Oct 4) OCTOBER 1 Book Fair Family Night 1-4 Fall Book Fair (cont d) 7 AHSA Meeting (9:15 AM Teachers Lounge) 9 No School (K-12) In-Service 11 Family Fall Fest 16 Fall Picture Day 17 Market Day (Pick-up in Cafeteria 5:30-6:30 PM) 18 Arrowhead Challenge 31 Halloween Parade & Parties (K-4 1:45 PM) NOVEMBER 4 AHSA Meeting (7:00 PM Arrowhead Library) 5 No School (K-12) Election Day In-Service 8 End of Marking Period 14 Market Day (Pick-up in Cafeteria 5:30-6:30 PM) 22 Craft Night/ Report Cards Distributed No School (K-8) Parent/Teacher Conferences Thanksgiving Holiday - Schools and Offices Closed DECEMBER 2 AHSA Meeting (9:15 AM Teacher's Lounge) 4 Winter Concert (7:00PM) 9-13 Holiday Shop 12 Market Day (Pick-up in Cafeteria 5:30-6:30 PM) 20 Holiday Parties 23- Jan 1 Winter Break- No School (K-12) JANUARY 1 Holiday-No School (K-12) 6 AHSA Meeting (7:00 PM Arrowhead Library) 17 Watch DOGS Night
3 JANUARY (CONT D) 20 Holiday- No School 23 Market Day (Pick-up in Cafeteria 5:30-6:30 PM) 24 Marking Period Ends 26 Family Ice Skating Event 2:30 PM FEBRUARY 3 AHSA Meeting (9:15 AM Teacher's Lounge) 7 Father/Daughter Event, 3rd/4th grades 7 Report Cards Distributed 14 No School (K-12) In-service 17 Holiday-No School (K-12) 18 No School- (K-12) 20 Market Day (Pick-up in Cafeteria 5:30-6:30 PM) MARCH 3 AHSA Meeting (7:00 PM Arrowhead Library) 12 No School-In service (K-12) 14 Family Folk Dance 20 Market Day (Pick-up in Cafeteria 5:30-6:30 PM) 21 Family BINGO Night, 6:00 PM APRIL 3 String Jamboree (Arcola 7:30 PM) 3 Marking Period Ends 7 AHSA Meeting (9:15 AM Teacher's Lounge) 11 Spring Picture Day 14 Market Day (Pick-up in Cafeteria 5:30-6:30 PM) 15 Spring Parties/Report Cards Distributed Spring Break - No School (K-12) MAY 5 AHSA Meeting (7:00 PM Arrowhead Library) 12 Spring Concert (7:00PM) Spring Book Fair 13 Book Fair Family Night (4 PM) 17 Spring Fair (11:00-2:00, Rain or Shine) 20 No School (K-12) In-service 21 Field Day (Rain Date May 27) 22 Market Day (Pick-up in Cafeteria 5:30-6:30 PM) 23 No School (K-12) In-service 26 No School -Memorial Day Holiday JUNE 2 AHSA Meeting (9:15 AM Teacher's Lounge) 11 Class Picnics 12 Tentative Last student and teacher day/report Cards Distributed
4 WHO S WHO ON STAFF FRONT OFFICE ROOM # Mr. Aaron Roberts... Principal Mrs. Barbara Goff... Secretary Mrs. Rachel Hawthorne... Psychologist Mrs. Jamie Friedman(2 nd Semester) Counselor Mrs. Jennifer Addy (1 st Semester).. Counselor Mrs. Jodi Lattanze... Nurse Mrs. Robin Faulkner... Office Assistant Mrs. Heidi Parente... Office Assistant SPECIAL AREA TEACHERS Mrs. Colleen Caccavo... Reading Specialist Mrs. Stefania Davidse... Challenge Program Mrs. Cindy Golden... Math Specialist Mrs. Marsha Benner... Math Specialist Mrs. Beth Williams... Speech Mrs. Susan Basalik... Stringed Music Mr. Jeff McCoach... Instrumental Music Mrs. Michele Sinnott... Vocal Music TBD... Occupational Therapist Mrs. Linda Seibert... Physical Education Mrs. Deborah Smith... Physical Education Mrs. Nicole Kraus... Art Ms. Kassie Donofrio(2 nd semester)... Art Lisa Roese (1 st semester)... Art Mrs. Dawn Montare... Librarian Mrs. Theresa Yocum... Librarian Mrs. Linda Yedinak-Meyers... IST Specialist Room # LEARNING SUPPORT STAFF Mrs. Mary Lee Boswell Grades Mrs. Michelle Davis Grade Mrs. Jennifer Hobson Grades K Ms. Sarah Reid Grades Mrs. Beverly Beck IU 154 Ms. Erica Bratt K-4 INSTRUCTIONAL AIDES CUSTODIAL & CAFÉ. STAFF Mrs. Regina Mangos Grades 1-2 George Pastino Head Custodian Mrs. Sharon Kushner Instr. Asst. Eileen Ammon Custodian Mrs. Sandy Portzer Grade 3 Linda Foulke Custodian Mrs. Patricia Layman Reading Mrs. Vera Uhrich Cafeteria Mgr. Mrs. Nancy Gartzke Grades K-2 Ms. Rosemary Fox Cafeteria Ms. Allison Kifer Grades 3-4 Mrs. Mary Anne Shope Recess Aide
5 Teachers, Room Numbers, Lunch & Specials Schedules Specials Grade Teacher Room Lunch M T W Th F K Mrs. Sandy Fischer (AM) A P L M P 11:05-11:35 K Mrs. Sandy Fischer (PM) A L M P P 2:50-3:20 IU Mrs. Beverly Beck :40 P L M - A 11:05-11:35 1 Mrs. Mary Beth Moyer :10 A M L P P 1:55-2:45 1 Mrs. Pam Kennedy :15 P P M L A 1:55-2:45 1 Mrs. Kathleen Fontanella :20 P A P M L 1:55-2:45 2 Mrs. Anita Morgan :30 A M L P P 1:00-1:50 2 Mrs. Eileen Guss :34 P A P M L 1:00-1:50 2 Mrs. Adrienne Keffer :38 P P M L A 1:00-1:50 3 Mrs. Barbara Vallerio :42 A M L P P 10:10-11:00 3 Mrs. Betty Grabfelder :46 P P M L A 10:10-11:00 3 Mrs. Chrissy Fitzgerald :50 P A P M L 10:10-11:00 4 Mr. Michael Yosifon :05 P P M L A 9:15-10:05 4 Mrs. Sara Kehs :09 P A P M L 9:15-10:05 4 Ms. Katie Young :13 A M L P P 9:15-10:05 M=Music A=Art L=Library P=Physical Education** Special Education students are mainstreamed for special area classes with their grade levels. ** Students in Grades 3&4 receive Health Education instruction during one Physical Education period per week for part of the year. RECESS SCHEDULE TEAM TIME KAM 11:40 11:55 10: :30 KPM 2:30 2:45 1:35 2:00 IU 12:00 12:30 ********* 1 ST 12:00 12:30 9:15 9:50 2 ND 1:55 2:25 10:50 11:25 3 RD 2:50 3:20 2:10 2:45 4 th 12:45 1:15 2:55 3:30
6 Home & School Officers and Committee Chairs AHSA EXECUTIVE BOARD: President Allyson Lorenti Suzanne Hoy Vice President Christine O'Donnell Treasurer Cathy Cleary Co-Recording Secretary Dawn Hopple Julie Barto Corresponding Secretary Mary Hull AHSA COMMITTEES, CHAIRPERSONS and CONTACTS: Arrowhead Challenge Karyn Gormley Suzy Dowell Arrowhead Dining Out Fundraiser Dianne Guihan Art Goes to School Michelle Greenawalt Back To School Picnic Dana Deardoff Maria Hermann Book Fair Coordinator Michelle Davis Campbell s Labels for Gail Goldberg Education Craft Night Michelle Greenawalt Suzy Dowell E-Alert/Website Coord Mary Hull Fall Festival Marla Kline Gwen Zimany Family Bingo Night Sheila Scheidecker Gwen Zimany Marla Kline Family Ice Skating Mary Hull Father/ Daughter Dance Carol Davidson Mary Hull Jill Murray Deanna Roeger
7 Field Day Coord. Sheila Scheidecker Fourth Grade Activities Michelle Davis Allyson Lorenti Margaret Gabell Stephanie Micilcavage Garden Club Sharon Welsh Genuardi s/escrip Coord. Anne Pensabene Giant A-Plus Rewards Sherry Polidore Handbook Amanda Jacobs Holiday Shop Carol Davidson Amanda Jacobs Sherry Polidore Margaret Gabell Renee Lagana Ink Cartridge and Cell Phone Recycling Coordinator Anne Pensabene Lunchroom Aides Coord Susan Demedio Market Day Marla Kline Gwen Zimany Nominating Committee Chairperson Sherry Polidore Post-Prom Coordinator Sheila Scheidecker Redemption Programs Kristen O'Brien (General Mills Box Tops / Tyson Labels) Room Parent Coordinator Lisa Sommer Dawn Hopple School Board Rep Michelle Greenawalt Spirit Raiser Christine O Donnell Spring Fair Karyn Gormley Suzy Dowell Staff Recognition Sherry Polidore Carol Davidson Student Directory Cathy Alexander Volunteer Coordinator Marla Kline
8 Watch Dog Dads Karyn Gormley Yearbook Sharon Welsh Karyn Gormley Julie Barto DRIVING, WALKING AND PARKING It is imperative that our front driveway and our side parking lot remain open at all times! When buses are loading or unloading in the front, cars may not enter the traffic circle. We ask your cooperation in using the parking areas located at the rear of the building. Please observe that there are areas where no stopping is allowed, such as in the line of traffic at the side parking lot. Also, there are two handicapped parking areas in the side parking lot. Please respect the handicapped parking spaces, and use them only if you have a handicapped license. When dropping students off before school or picking students up after school, drivers must follow the white arrows around the rear parking lot. All students must enter the building via the rear driveway entrance to the gym. This includes walkers, who will follow a protected path along the edge of the parking lot to the gym door. LEAVING SCHOOL GOING HOME WITH ANOTHER CHILD If your child is to go home with another child after school, two notes are required, one from you and one from the parent of the other child. We will not grant permission for a child to go home with another child without the two notes. EARLY PICKUP OF CHILDREN If you must pick up your child during the school day, come to the office and we will call the child from class while you sign them out. Families who have unusual custodial situations are to inform the office in writing. This information will be kept confidential and shared with office staff and homeroom teacher. FIELD TRIP MEDICATION PROCEDURES If your child currently takes any type of medication and plans to attend a class field trip, one of the following rules will be followed: 1. Time of dispensing the medication will be adjusted. 2. Medication will be dispensed by the principal s designee. (The nurse will package and label it with the appropriate information: name of student, name of medication, dosage, and time to be administered). 3. The student s parent may be asked to accompany the child on the trip.
9 4. The school nurse may determine that a nurse should dispense the medication. If a nurse is needed, arrangements will be made to have a nurse accompany the student on the field trip for the purpose of dispensing the medication only. 5. If a nurse or parent is unable to accompany the student, the matter will be referred to the principal for final disposition. AFTER-HOURS EVENTS FAMILY FALL FEST (OCT. 11) This back-to-school bash gives everyone a chance to kick up their heels and celebrate! Plan to meet your child's new friends and reconnect with old acquaintances. Get ready for food, crafts, DJ and FUN! FAMILY BINGO NIGHT (MAR. 21) Chase the winter blahs away by attending Arrowhead Home and School s annual Family Game Night featuring Bingo! Great fun for all ages! Look for a flyer to come home seeking volunteers and donations for the prize baskets. FAMILY SKATING AT CENTER ICE (JAN 26) Everyone is invited for open skating at Center Ice in Oaks. The time and cost will be announced at a later date (which includes skate rental). Have a great time skating with your classmates. FATHER/DAUGHTER DANCE 3 RD, 4 TH GRADES (FEB 7) This event is held every other year. It offers a fun-filled evening for Arrowhead's 3 rd, 4 th grade girls to attend with their fathers or chaperones. A Mother/Son event is planned every other year. The next MDD will be in Feb A snow date is TBD. MARKET DAY (Refer to Calendar for dates) Market Day is a unique fund-raiser offering a wide selection of over 180 high quality foods at competitive prices, many of which are not available in your grocery store. The products range from butcher shop meats and poultry to easy family meals, delicious appetizers and gourmet desserts. Many of the items are not only great tasting but also low in fat and calories for healthy eating. For a look at the products available please visit BACK TO SCHOOL NIGHT/ MEET THE STAFF (SEPT. 10) This is your opportunity to be introduced to the entire staff at Arrowhead, meet with your child s teacher, and find out the teacher s plan for the year and the district s grade level curriculum. SPIRIT RAISER Show your Arrowhead spirit by purchasing and wearing T-shirts, hoodies, and other items proudly featuring the Arrowhead logo and colors. SPRING FAIR (MAY 17) A delightful way for the students, faculty and community to meet for fun, food, games, face painting and more. Rain or Shine! Watch for information to come home regarding this Arrowhead Home and School event. EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITES AFTER-SCHOOL SPORTS An afternoon sports program for 4th graders, which runs from November to April. The After School Sports program at Arrowhead provides a variety of sports. The focus of this program concentrates on student participation with a fun and relaxing atmosphere rather than on winning and losing games.
10 ORCHESTRA, CHORUS AND BAND All of these programs meet before school. Orchestra (string instruments) is open to students in grades 3-4. Chorus and band are for students in grade 4. All perform at the winter and spring concerts, and at school district art events and in the community. The directors are Mrs. Michele Sinnott (chorus), Mr. Jeff McCoach (band), and Mrs. Susan Basalik (orchestra). READING OLYMPICS The Reading Olympics program is sponsored by the Montgomery County Intermediate Unit and run by Mrs. Dawn Montare and Mrs. Theresa Yocum Arrowhead librarians. Teams of 4 th graders compete against many schools from all over the county in the spring of the year. Students read books on their own, selected from a list of over 45 books and answer questions as a team. SAFETY PATROL Fourth graders are chosen to assume the serious responsibility of monitoring students as they arrive at, and depart from, school. SPANISH CLUB This after-school club is for students in grade 2 and is designed to introduce children to conversational Spanish. STUDENT COUNCIL The Arrowhead Student Council is a student led organization comprised of elected third and fourth grade homeroom representatives. Student Council aims to support the school (students, faculty, Home & School Association), organize and implement service projects to benefit the school and community, promote school spirit, provide leadership opportunities for students, foster problem solving, decision making, and teamwork among students, and encourage citizenship, respect and responsibility. Student Council members work with the Arrowhead student body to represent their interests and voice their concerns. The Arrowhead Student Council meets every other Friday in the library at 8am. The Student Council faculty advisors are Michelle Davis, Jamie Friedman, and Sara Kehs. STAYING INVOLVED GENERAL MILLS BOX TOPS Please save box tops from General Mills cereals and other products that bear the special Box Tops for Education logo. Each box top turned in means additional funds for the school. LABELS FOR EDUCATION Turn in the Labels for Education symbol found on many popular products such as Campbell's soups, Post cereals, Pepperidge Farm Goldfish, Prego sauces, Pop Secret items, V8 products, BIC products and many more. AHSA redeems the points for athletic equipment. A list of items with the Labels for Education symbol can be found at MEMBERSHIP Every Arrowhead family is automatically a member of the Home and School Association. Each family is welcome and encouraged to attend all AHSA meetings. RIF (READING IS FUNDAMENTAL) The Reading Is Fundamental Program, funded by AHSA, allows every Arrowhead student and staff member to choose a book at each of two book distributions. These books are for the children s enjoyment and provide a positive reinforcement for reading.
11 ROOM PARENTS Room mothers/fathers are those dedicated Home and School volunteers who organize treats and games for holiday classroom parties and assist with classroom volunteer registration and other organizational activities. SCHOOL BOARD MEETINGS The Methacton School Board makes decisions directly affecting our school. Representatives from Arrowhead Home and School attend each meeting and report back to AHSA. We encourage you to join them! Meetings are held at the Methacton High School in the LGI according to this schedule: Committee Meetings: Third Tuesday of the month, 7:30 PM Regular meetings: Fourth Tuesday of the month, 7:30 PM TARGET CREDIT OR DEBIT CARDS Receive 5% off all of your Target purchases, and register Arrowhead to receive 1% of all your purchases. Follow the "Take Charge of Education" link on Target's website to elect Arrowhead as your beneficiary. WATCH D.O.G.S. PROGRAM Arrowhead Elementary has implemented the WATCH D.O.G.S. program. WATCH D.O.G.S. (Dads of Great Students) is an innovative father involvement, educational initiative of the National Center For Fathering. The response to this program has been positive as fathers and positive male role models have volunteered their time to spend a day with students at Arrowhead. There are 2 primary goals of the WATCH D.O.G.S. program. 1. To provide positive male role models for the students, demonstrating by their presence that education is important. 2. To provide extra sets of eyes and ears to enhance school security and reduce bullying. WATCH D.O.G.S. (Dads Of Great Students) began in 1998 in a single school in Springdale, Arkansas and has since grown into a nationally recognized program that has brought hundreds of thousands of fathers and father figures into the school classrooms and hallways across the country, creating millions of hours of "in school" volunteer time and having a tremendously positive impact on the educational process. SCHOOL PUBLICATIONS/INTERNET INFO. HANDBOOK A comprehensive guide to what you need to know about Arrowhead, compiled jointly by the Arrowhead Home and School and Arrowhead administration. The school's handbook will be online on Arrowhead s website. The handbook contains useful information about Arrowhead School and Methacton School District rules and regulations, as well as information about special events and activities for the school year. Although every effort is made to ensure accuracy, some information was not available at publication time. INTERNET SAFETY AND THE STUDENT WIKI We recognize that the Internet offers our students many opportunities to access information, but needs to be monitored carefully. In an effort to insure the safety of our students while using the Internet we are providing teachers, students, and parents with lists of safe Internet resources for their use. Our student wiki is a collection of interactive websites and activities that allow students to practice skills they are learning. At the same time, all of the resources have been previewed by a Methacton teacher or curriculum specialist. Elementary students can easily navigate through the site. The wiki homepage is organized by subject area and continues to grow throughout the year. You may access the student wiki at:
12 MONTHLY NEWSLETTERS/CALENDARS Each month, an informative E-Alert school newsletter discusses school events and special information from the principal and guidance counselor. AHSA meeting minutes are included. The calendar in each newsletter lists special activities and events that will occur during the month at Arrowhead School and elsewhere in the District. STUDENT DIRECTORY A compilation of students' names, addresses, phone numbers and s by class is available a few weeks after school begins. This year due to past successful fundraising, every Arrowhead family will receive a directory at no cost. WEB SITE The Arrowhead Home and School web site can be accessed through the Methacton School District web site, at To locate the Arrowhead Home and School portion you must select Arrowhead Elementary under Select a School at the top left corner. Once you've selected Arrowhead look under the Parent/Guardians section for Home and School. Welcome to official website for the Arrowhead Home and School Association! In order to receive E-alerts with all the latest news and information from one or all of the Methacton schools, please register for this service through the Methacton website. Go to In the gray area above the primary green background choose Select A School and then SIGN IN/REGISTER. Click REGISTER. At the next screen you will enter your birthday (for verification only); then click SUBMIT. You will be directed to a data entry page. Fill in all sections, then click SUBMIT. This will save your profile for future reference. An acceptance screen will appear. At this time you are able to SIGN IN so you can personalize your profile and select the news and website updates you would like to receive from the school district. If you need any help with the E-alert portion of the website contact Mary Hull at WEEKLY E-ALERTS Please register at to receive E-Alerts. Information regarding all Arrowhead and AHSA events and volunteer opportunities, community events and Methacton School District events are all distributed via the E- Alert system. From time-to-time, hard copies of important papers are sent home with students. Please be sure to check with your child for these documents on a weekly basis. YEARBOOK Our Arrowhead Yearbook is published in the Spring and is a special remembrance of the school year. Acknowledgements This handbook is published jointly by Arrowhead Home and School Association and Arrowhead School, which thank the following individuals for their efforts: Barb Goff, Aaron Roberts, Suzanne Hoy, Allyson Lorenti, and Amanda Jacobs for compiling the information and proofreading the text.
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