Kelly/Linntown PSA


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Welcome to the Lewisburg Elementary PSA Newsletter! For more details about PSA check out our website and Facebook page!
Last month Mrs. Rittle's 4th Grade Class had a salad party from the lettuce they grow on there hydro planter. This is made possible by all your many donations for Dragon Dash.
Do you love books and helping kids pick out a great books, then being the Kelly Book Fair Coordinator is the job for you. We are currently look for two persons to be co-coordinators for the Kelly Book Fair. 
 If you have interest in filling one of these positions or have any questions please email the PSA at [email protected]
The District is seeking “Substitute School Nurses.” We are always in need of willing nurses to serve in our buildings in the absence of our school nurses. The daily substitute rate is $125.00. We are asking for individuals to hold RN or LPN levels of nursing certification. The school nurse certification is not necessary to work as a substitute nurse.
If interested, please reach out to Paula Young at [email protected] in our Central Office. Thanks!
Native American Heritage Month!
What started at the turn of the century as an effort to gain a day of recognition for the significant contributions the first Americans made to the establishment and growth of the U.S., has resulted in a whole month being designated for that purpose.
One of the very proponents of an American Indian Day was Dr. Arthur C. Parker, a Seneca Indian, who was the director of the Museum of Arts and Science in Rochester, N.Y. He persuaded the Boy Scouts of America to set aside a day for the “First Americans” and for three years they adopted such a day. In 1915, the annual Congress of the American Indian Association meeting in Lawrence, Kans., formally approved a plan concerning American Indian Day. It directed its president, Rev. Sherman Coolidge, an Arapahoe, to call upon the country to observe such a day. Coolidge issued a proclamation on Sept. 28, 1915, which declared the second Saturday of each May as an American Indian Day and contained the first formal appeal for recognition of Indians as citizens.
The year before this proclamation was issued, Red Fox James, a Blackfoot Indian, rode horseback from state to state seeking approval for a day to honor Indians. On December 14, 1915, he presented the endorsements of 24 state governments at the White House. There is no record, however, of such a national day being proclaimed.
The first American Indian Day in a state was declared on the second Saturday in May 1916 by the governor of New York. Several states celebrate the fourth Friday in September. In Illinois, for example, legislators enacted such a day in 1919. Presently, several states have designated Columbus Day as Native American Day, but it continues to be a day we observe without any recognition as a national legal holiday.
In 1990 President George H. W. Bush approved a joint resolution designating November 1990 “National American Indian Heritage Month.” Similar proclamations, under variants on the name (including “Native American Heritage Month” and “National American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month”) have been issued each year since 1994.
(Information copied from the National Native American Heritage Month site.)

There are 574 federally recognized Native American tribes in the United States.  According to the 2020 census, there are 9.7 million people (2.9% of the entire population) who identified as American Indian or Alaska Native (either alone or in combination with another race group) in the United States today, an increase of 160% since 2010.  
Explore additional resources for Native American Heritage Month below: 
PBS -  Native American Arts and Culture (

NPS - Indigenous Heritage - Telling All Americans' Stories (U.S. National Park Service) (
NPS Coloring - Color the Trail: Animals of Lewis and Clark 
If you would like to help with lunch at Kelly for the month of November please click on the link below and sign-up

Thrifty Threads is a unique shopping experience offered at the Linntown Elementary School. The students use vouchers (not money) that they earned through good behaviors etc. to purchase items from the store. If you would please consider donating if you have any of these items that would be greatly appreciated. If you have any questions about anything you would like to donate please contact Christina Trapani at Linntown Elementary. All donations can be dropped off at the office at Linntown.
[email protected]
Items that we are always looking for in Thrifty Threads:
Stuffed animals
Toys / games (age appropriate for 9-11 year old)
Bath and body products
Nail polish
Clothing in very good/new condition (sizes from kids medium to adult large)
Sneakers and shoes – very good or new condition
Knick knacks of any kind
Bedroom decoration
School supplies
Trinkets of any kind
Sports themed items
Backpacks in new or slightly used condition
Seasonal decorations
Water bottles
Sealed bags of individually wrapped candy of any kind, NO NUTS.
Any items that you think a 9-11 year old child would enjoy! Sometimes they do purchase items for gifts for family members as well!

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From the Principal's Desk
  • November 23-28 Thanksgiving Break
  • December 8 - Linntown Concert at High School
  • December 16 - Trip to Campus Theatre
  • December 23-January 2 - Winter Break
  • Clothing With the end of the first marking period and cooler days ahead, we are asking that students no longer wear shorts to school.  Hopefully this will help with fewer sniffles and illnesses as we head into winter.  Thanks for your help.
  • Fun Fridays: Nov. 18th Pajama Day
  • Friday, November 18th – Picture Retake Day
  • November 23-28 Thanksgiving Break
  • 2nd Grade Concert will be rescheduled for a later date.
New this year the PSA is starting to use the text reminder Remind App. The text reminders will be sent out for Sign-ups and other event reminders.  Click bellow on the link to sign up for these text reminders.
Upcoming Dates

PSA Meetings 
Jan 9th- Kelly
March 13th- Linntown
May 22nd- Kelly 

Teacher/ Staff Appreciation- December 15th 
Remember our code:FUNDRAISELEWISBURGPSA is good year round giving you 20% off and the PSA 15% of your order total.
Going out to dinner? A run to Walmart? USE SCRIP and your PSA will get a percentage of your purchase!!
Have you signed up for SCRIP yet? If not your PSA is missing out. Please contact Kristin for help to set up your account today!
Returning user from MyScripWallett:

1)Download the Raise Right App onto your phone
2) Open the App and click "Sign In"
3) Use the same log in from MyScripWallett
4) Start Shopping...all of your account information from MyScripWallett will be carried over!

New user:

1)Download the Raise Right App onto your phone
2) Open the App and click "Join a Program"
3) Enter our Enrollment Code: D134C8FB6441L
4) Follow the prompts to set up your account
5) Start Shopping
Amazon Smile: Shopping online? Type and sign in using your normal Amazon log-in, PRIME will still be applied as well. Select the Lewisburg Elementary PSA as your charity of choice. Each time you shop on the AmazonSmile page 0.5% of your purchase come back to your child's school!

Are you shopping at WEIS? If so open this newsletter on your smart phone next time you are shopping, choose the link below for your school and scan the bar code RIGHT FROM YOUR PHONE! 
Click HERE for Kelly 
Click HERE for Linntown
 Weis will make a donation to our school just for shopping at their stores, there is no cost to YOU!!

Download the Box Top App on your Phone and submit a picture of your receipt!
Online Shopping for Order Pick up or Delivery? No Problem!
Forward your digital receipts to [email protected]
Questions? Email [email protected]

Don't forget we are constantly collecting Box Tops!
Those $$$$ really ADD UP!

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