- 520 Elm Street
- Emmaus, PA 18049
- 610.965.1645 fax- 610.966.8349
- Office Hours: 8:00am-4:00pm
- School Hours: 8:55am-3:30pm
- Wednesday Dismissal: 1:30
Please join us for our 2nd Annual Jefferson Drama Club Pancake Breakfast!
All you can eat pancakes
Sausage on the first plate
Coffee, juice, and all the ‘fixins’
$7.50 for adults
$5.50 for children under 6
November 23, 2013
9:00 AM -12:00PM
In the Jefferson Elementary School All Purpose Room
Bring your family! Bring your friends! Bring your neighbor!
Jefferson Elementary Penny Wars
November 18th to November 27th, 2014
Penny Wars will help raise money for Jefferson Elementary School for field trips, assemblies and other fun events for our Jefferson students. Which classroom will be the winner this year?
HERE'S HOW IT WORKS: Each grade will try to win the Penny War by having the most points at the end of the week.
- Each penny· counts as +1 point. Students will want to place as many pennies as they _ can in the jar for their OWN classroom.
- Each silver coin and dollar subtracts its value from the total: A nickel is -5, a dime is -10, a quarter is -25, and a dollar is -100. Students will want to place their silver coins and dollars in the OTHER classroom jars.
- The classroom with the most points at the end of the contest is the winner!!
The prize for the winning classroom will be: Classroom picture on the Penny War Wall of Fame Board AND a V.I.P table set up at lunchtime with lunch and desert provided and served by the PTO, teachers, and Mrs. Scalzo!!! The date for the lunch is to be determined.
The Penny War jars will be located in the main lobby each day of the contest from the start of school until the end of parent/teacher conferences. The jars will also be out on Saturday November 23rd, during the Jefferson Book Fair and Jefferson Drama Club pancake breakfast. Wednesday, November 27th at the end of the school day, will be the last chance for a pennies or other coins to be placed into the jars.
The Jefferson School Store will be open for business during the week of Parent/Teacher conferences as well as Saturday, November 23 for our Annual Pancake Breakfast. Please consider volunteering one hour of your time to run the school store for this school spirit activity.
Relay For Life of East Penn is an event for the American Cancer Society. It takes place on May 2nd and 3rd and includes food, games, entertainment, ceremonies, and more! Each year a kickoff event is held to raise awareness so the community can become more involved and form teams. Please come out to show your support for this great cause and become part of the excitement. The Relay For Life of East Penn Kickoff Movie Night starts at 6:30 pm at Lower Macungie Middle School in the auditorium. It is offered to the entire district and seating for the movie is limited to the number of seats in the auditorium. Please RSVP to reserve your seats by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Everyone that comes will get a chance to win a copy of the Monsters University DVD and more. Every cancer survivor in attendance will receive 5 extra raffle tickets! We hope to see you there!
Fall Parent/Teacher conferences will be held from 11/18/13 through 11/21/13 for kindergarten through fifth grade students. Two additional days are allocated for kindergarten conferences on 11/25/13 and 11/26/13. During Parent/Teacher conference week, students are dismissed at 1:30. Click on the teacher link(s) below to signup for a parent/teacher conference for your child. Only signup for ONE timeslot per child.
For Food Service Information please click here to visit Our Food Services Page
Check out our Drama Club page with all the latest information and forms!
Our Jefferson Drop and Drive initiative was quite successful during the 2012-2013 school year. In an effort to continue making our arrival and dismissal routines safe and secure for our students, we will again be following this initiative for the 2013-2014 school year!
Together we can make drop off a much safer process for our children!
To view the Drop and Drive policy please click here.
Mrs. Cheryl A. Scalzo, Principal
This is information regarding the identification of students in need of special education services. Click here to download more information.
Supportive and safe learning environment. Opportunities to grow and excel as lifelong learners. Acceptance and appreciation of others. Respect and responsibility in school and community. Success for all!