Mrs. Patricia Bowdler's Web Page

I hope you have a fun summer!  Maybe I'll see you on the beach?

WE MADE YOU A SPECIAL GOODBYE VIDEO:


https://drive.google.com/file/d/11nkgcwVVAesKdKF99gWs9ThRTG98bQJ1/view?usp=sharing


HERE IS THE LINK FOR SHANER SCHOOL FIRST VIRTUAL SPACE NIGHT.  THE LINK IS ALSO ON MY DAILY LESSON TAB!

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1zhbEhKx5U4OJv2_7HQa57fPqs7rtJT_Ajo3luqtHrX4/edit#slide=id.g802cffd353_0_48


Here is the link to the Mindfulness Project created by Miss Leonelli, school social worker with help from Shaner kids, families, teachers and staff:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1qOMgcbbmjiWTBqkTrWSWVh2U-bwCjPLz/view


CHECK OUT THIS VERY SPECIAL VIDEO:

https://youtu.be/8njMQbZrIVg


FOOD DISTRIBUTION SCHEDULE

Meal Distribution for the period

May 20, 2020 to June 24, 2020

FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE

***EXTENDED DISTRIBUTION TIMES***

The Hamilton Township School District’s Food Services Department will make every attempt to provide meals for all students living in our district during this crisis.

Pick up is available at the William Davies Middle School or Joseph C. Shaner Elementary School at the main entrance drive through.  When you arrive, leave your windows up and remain in your car until instructed to pull up.   
Please maintain social distancing.

You may pick up at either school for all children in your household regardless of where your child is enrolled.

All children 0-18 are eligible for this service regardless of current meal status.

Accounts will NOT be charged and ID numbers are NOT necessary.

Distribution dates and times are listed below for all students:

June 10th, June 17th and June 24th

Shaner - 9:00 a.m. -1:00 p.m.

Davies – 11:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.

(Breakfast will include cereal, pop tart or cereal bar, fruit, graham crackers and milk)

(Lunches will include milk, fruit, vegetable and a weekly entrée that will be posted prior to pick up)

 These items may change depending on availability.  The menu will be posted in advance.

The Peanut butter and jelly sandwich may be frozen and can be kept frozen for up to one month.   Simply refrigerate the sandwich to defrost.  If you plan on eating the sandwich within an hour, you may defrost on the counter at room temperature.  Fresh fruit such as apples and oranges should be refrigerated.   Breakfast items such as dried craisins and raisins do not require refrigeration.

Teacher:
Mrs. Bowdler

Para-Professional:
Mrs. Barrett

email: bowdlerp@hamiltonschools.org

Please check my "Daily Lessons" Tab for day to day assignments! (the green box on the left!)

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