Mark your calendars for Monday, November 14th! Please support our school by having dinner at Chipotle on Tuscarawas, or placing an order to go. 50% of the proceeds will be donated to the WHPTO! Last year we raised just over $800.00 through this event. This year we are going for $900.00+! Hope to see you in line.
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At Whipple Heights, we believe in teaching our young learners the importance of being charitable. The week of November 16-20 will be devoted to focusing on helping those less fortunate. Last year we collected $1,650 plus boxes and boxes of donated items. This year, we hope to be able to do the very same if not more. Please take a few minutes to read the file linked here. A copy of this came home this week as well. We ask that you take a few minutes to talk with your child(ren) about what it means to be charitable and do as much as you can to support each day of this all-important week. All donations and money raised will go to Perry Helping Perry.
The PTO is looking for some help for the Father Daughter Dance this Friday, November 11th. We are in need of baked goods as well as help after school plating cookies for the dance. Additionally, we are looking for help serving punch/water at the dance itself. If you can help please contact Kim Matasich email@example.com via email or cell phone/text (330) 361-0576.
Recently you received information, in Whipple’s November Newsletter, for our Upcoming Grandparents Day! To pull this event off we need your HELP! Please see the attached flyer which should come home with your student today. We are especially in need of LOTS of cookies for this day. Also, because of the volume of people we host on this day, please know we will be unable to have grandparents stay for lunch. They are certainly welcome another day but with so much going on we would prefer they come only during their scheduled time.
Whipple Heights held its 4th annual Whipple Walk-A-Thon on Thursday, October 6th. It was by far our biggest walk-a-thon to date, raising just shy of $21,000.00. A HUGE Thank You to our Whipple Heights Community for their support! The top prize for students was a ride in a limo bus to CiCi’s Pizza for lunch with the Mr. Hug on Wednesday, October, 26th! We had 146 students qualify for this prize level which meant they each raised $100.00 or more towards our total. Thanks to the Whipple Heights PTO for putting on another great fundraising experience for our students and school!
At our last Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) meeting it was discussed and decided that notes from each one of our PTO meetings will now be posted on Whipple Heights school media. These will be archived on the website under the Parent Organization tab. Attached are the minutes from October’s meeting.
Great things happen at Whipple Heights Elementary School. The most recent being the posting of Mr. Hug’s 2nd Round Principal Showcase. The Principal Showcase is a bulletin board (located in the main hallway across from the office) where every four to five weeks teachers submit student work for recognition and display. Each time the board is changed we recognize these students on our website/social media. Additionally, when it’s time to change the board students receive a small token from Mr. Hug to reinforce his pride and excitement in their display of hard work. (more…)
A BIG congratulation to our Walk-A-Thon Top Donation Earners! Together these three students brought in $1,100.00 for our school! All together we exceeded our school goal of collecting $20,000.00 which is simply amazing! (An exact total will be communicated out soon.) All student prizes have been ordered and permission slips for our Limo Lunch qualifiers have already gone home. Thank you to ALL of our students and families!
Several Perry employees were recently recognized as a Person of Character by the Character Counts program in Stark County. This prestigious award celebrates individuals who live their lives by the Six Pillars of Character and serve as role models to their students and colleagues. Congratulations to the following Perry staff members: (more…)