This program provides children who are receiving chemotherapy treatments at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia with a bag of new art supplies. The Coopertown Ambassadors gathered donations from the Coopertown School community and were able to fill 52 art bags in total. What a way to show that Coopertown cares! Thanks!!!! Tricia
Students use plastic construction materials, weights, rubber bands, and propellers to design and build vehicles, then test how those vehicles respond to different forces of motion, like pushes, pulls, or rubber band energy. They explore, through experiments and multiple trials, how forces like friction, gravity, and air resistance work against motion to slow their vehicles down. Students then applied their knowledge of these concepts to create a balloon powered vehicle. Agian, they reviewed the concepts they had learned through trial and error. Most of all we all had fun! Collaboratively, students worked together to write, generate and produce a video that demonstrated to others what they had learned throughout the unit. We hope you enjoy them!
Students in Mrs. Jackson and Mrs. Gallagher's class created an electronic quiz board with a partner to demonstrate their understanding of open and closed circuits. Students selected a topic to research and wrote 5 multiple choice questions about their topic. The students worked together to wire the correct answers to the questions so that the quiz board's light bulb would illuminate when a correct response was given. Third grade students were invited to interact with the quiz boards to test their knowledge of various topics. Students enjoyed creating and participating in this activity. It was an electrifying experience! Click on picture for a complete photo album
8:00 AM First Day for Students
9:30 AM Coopertown: PTO Meeting
7:30 PM School Board Meeting
6:00 PM Ice Cream Social/ PTO Event
6:30 PM - 9:30 PM 36th Annual Evening of Jazz
7:30 PM School Board Meeting
7:40 AM - 10:50 AM Act 80 Day/In-Service - Early Dismissal for MS Students
The SAVE Line has been discontinued. Parents should call the Main Office (610-853-5900 x3000) to report an absence. Please leave a message. When your child returns to school, a signed note will excuse the absence. Emails and phone calls are necessary to make us aware that your child is absent, however, a signed note will excuse the absence for student records.
How to Stay Healthy: Eat a balanced diet, don't skip breakfast. We all need fuel from our food to keep our immune systems charged up! Drink plenty of water! Get at least 10 hours of sleep every night! Yes, 10 hours! Our growing students need this rest to do their best in school every day. Exercise at least one hour every day! Get out there...get some fresh air! Wash Your Hands! Wash hands before you eat, after using the bathroom, after sneezing, coughing and blowing your nose. When to Stay Home: If you have a Temperature of 100 degrees or above, Vomiting and or Diarrhea. Stay home for 24 hours after the last sympton occurs....without the aide of medication. This gives us time for our bodies to recover and it also prevents the spread of illness.