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Hello West Bradford Families!

Dec. 9, 2022

Hello West Bradford Chargers!

Thank you for another awesome week!  I had the chance to meet with many of our Charger Champion Readers this week. It is such a pleasure to see our students learning more about themselves and their world each day. Please encourage your child to drop me a note or speak with their teacher about reading to me so that hey can join our growing group of Charger Champion Readers!

Thursday, Dec 15 at 6:30 pm is our winter concert. I can’t wait to hear our talented singers and musicians who have worked so diligently to bring us this wonderful celebration.

Just a reminder that as the weather changes, please be sure that our Chargers are dressed appropriately. We love going outside, so please be sure that students bring coats, hats, and gloves as needed.

Please take a few moments to review the reminders below.

General Announcements:

Home & School Updates:


Our next HSA meeting will take place on December 19 at 6:30 pm in West Bradford’s MPR or through this Zoom link: HSA December Meeting.

On The Border - Dine 'N Donate!

Take a break this holiday season and donate to West Bradford while you're at it! Visit On The Border in Exton, Dec. 14th from 11am - 10pm and mention West Bradford - 20% of sales will be donated back to your WB HSA. Click here


Make sure to join us on Insta (@westbradfordhsa) and Facebook (WB Home & School) for all of the latest parent updates for H&S activities, teacher wish lists for the holidays, and more!

Mrs. Kearney’s Charger Chat Joke of the Week

Q. What do snowmen call their kids?

A. Chill-dren 😊

Have a wonderful weekend everyone, and remember that WB Chargers choose to make it great!                 

Mrs. Kearney 

WB Knight

Please take a few moments to review the reminders below.
  • Wed., Dec. 14 – Early Dismissal; Modified Kindergarten
  • Thurs., Dec. 15 – WB Winter Concert
  • Mon., Dec. 26 – Mon., Jan 2 Schools closed for winter recess
  • Tues., Jan. 3 – Schools reopen
Spirit Days
  • Mon., Dec. 12 - WB gear – Chargers choose to make it great!
  • Thurs., Dec. 15 – Holiday Attire – wear your holiday sweater, shirt, or dress for the Winter Concert
  • Fri., Dec. 16 – National Ugly Sweater Day – wear your best ugly sweater 
  • Mon., Dec. 19 – wear blue and white in honor of our friends that celebrate Hanukkah
  • Tues., Dec. 20 - Mistle Toes – wear festive socks
  • Wed., Dec. 21 – Holiday Hats and Headpieces – wear a holiday hat or headband 
  • Thurs. Dec. 22 – Spread Holiday Cheer – wear your favorite holiday colors
  • Fri., Dec. 23 – Cozy Day – wear your favorite pajamas or sweats
Who to contact
When a child exhibits any of the following symptoms, the child should be kept at home.

Some general guidelines are:

For Fevers:

• A child running a fever of 100 degrees or higher should stay home.

• A child running a fever of 99+ degrees may have trouble keeping up with normal activities and may well become sick before the day is over.

• A child with a low-grade fever (99+ degrees) combined with other symptoms and discomfort should stay home.

• The rule of thumb is: “Fever free for 24 hours without medication”

Other reasons to keep a child home:

Severe OR persistent coughing
• Very congested
• Very runny nose
• Unexplained rash
• Contagious disease/infection
• Contagious skin disorder
• Head Lice

If it should become necessary to contact you about your child, the procedure is to contact in the order specified in the online registration.

Please remember to update your work, cell, or home phone number in case of changes.

Also, make sure you add an alternate person to be called in case you cannot be reached.