PTA Memo Monday March 1, 2021

PRINCIPAL’S CORNER Welcome to the month of March and hopefully many more warmer days ahead!  Please remember, that all students should continue to dress for the weather as we will go outside for mask breaks and recess as often as we can! Dr. Seuss’ Birthday!  March 2nd is Dr. Seuss’ Birthday!  In celebration, we are holding a week long spirit… Read More

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PTA Memo Monday February 8, 2021

PRINCIPAL’S CORNER Please join us for our Board of Education meeting on Tuesday, February 9th at 7:15pm.  The link to view the meeting will be on the Merrick website. SEPTA will host a meeting on Wednesday, February 10th at 7:15pm.  An email will go out with a Zoom link next week. Stay tuned for upcoming information on Kindergarten Registration for… Read More

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PTA Memo Monday January 25, 2021

PRINCIPAL’S CORNER PARP 2021 was a huge success!  Our building was filled with so much spirit over the days of PARP!  The virtual and classroom events were a perfect way to change the pace of the school day and add lots of fun and excitement to the days!  We thank the Chatterton PTA for sponsoring such wonderful events for the… Read More

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PTA Memo Monday January 18, 2021

PRINCIPAL’S CORNER PARP 2021 continues this week!! We have wonderful ways to celebrate books this week!! Our school wide BINGO for books will take place Tuesday with great books awarded as prizes. Wednesday we welcome author, George O’Conner, to Chatterton to share his books and all about his writing process. We look forward to a Reading Pep Rally on Thursday… Read More

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PTA Memo Monday January 11, 2021

PRINCIPAL’S CORNER This week begins our PARP celebration “Reading is our Superpower”.  A HUGE THANK YOU to our PARP Committee for planning the wonderful activities for the week!!   All events will be held virtually this year.  We have some exciting things planned and are thrilled to unite the school in common events and celebrations!  The PARP packet came home last… Read More

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PTA Memo Monday December 14, 2020

PRINCIPAL’S CORNER John Groshans, a retired police officer, school resource officer and field training officer, will be zooming in to Chatterton to speak to our fifth grade students on December 15th and our sixth grade students on December 16th.  In his Internet awareness presentation, he will discuss the importance of knowing who we are talking to online and who is… Read More

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PTA Memo Monday December 7, 2020

PRINCIPAL’S CORNER At this time of year, our Chatterton community makes a strong, collective effort toward GIVING.  We greatly appreciate the food, clothing, toys, time, and so much more you have and will donate to help those in need. ~~~~~~ Toy Drive Senator John E. Brooks and Merrick Kiwanis are proud to sponsor the annual HOLIDAY TOY DRIVE A donation… Read More

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PTA Memo Monday November 30, 2020

PRINCIPAL’S CORNER Thank you for your participation in Parent/Teacher Conferences last week. The conversations were positive and productive. We look forward to continuing to see our students soar over the course of this school year. As the weather grows colder, parents should be aware that our students will continue to go outside for recess and mask breaks as long as… Read More

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PTA Memo Monday November 23, 2020

PRINCIPAL’S CORNER As you know parent teacher conferences are being held through Zoom meetings this year.  Many of our teachers utilized Sign Up Genius to schedule conferences.  Zoom links will be sent to you directly from the teachers. If you have any questions about your scheduled time, please contact your child’s teacher.  If you would like to schedule a conference… Read More

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PTA Memo Monday November 16, 2020

PRINCIPAL’S CORNER It is wonderful to be back at Chatterton and be with all the students and staff. I am looking forward to another great week ahead! As the weather grows colder, parents should be aware that our students will continue to go outside for recess as long as possible. PLEASE be sure to send your children to school dressed with coats,… Read More

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