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PHS Virtual Book Fair Begins This Week!
November 23-December 6
Shop online anytime! All items are shipped straight to you! Free shipping on book orders of $25.00 or more (not including toys & kits).
This is a great way to get some holiday shopping done and support Perry Harrison's Library!
Click this link to start shopping on November 23.
Important Reminders from PHS School Nurse, Ms. Lindley
If your child has the following symptoms, PLEASE DO NOT send them to school because we will be calling and sending them home unless we have a medical note stating why they have these symptoms and have the appropriate treatment plan.
Shortness of Breath
Fever of 100.4 or greater
New loss of taste or smell
Another rule is if your child is being tested for COVID or someone in the household is being tested for COVID, please do not send your child to school but email me or call the school to speak with me about returning to school.
If you have any questions about these symptoms or whether or not you should send your child to school based on any sickness they may have, please reach out to me at email@example.com.
Thank you for your partnership in keeping our students and staff safe!
NEW CARPOOL PATTERN!
Save the Date!
Please join us for our next PTA meeting on Thursday, December 3 at 7:30 pm via zoom. Register here, and you will be sent login information. These meetings are a great way to hear important updates from Mrs. Doty, ask your questions, and share ideas. Hope to see lots of you there!
Thanksgiving Treats for Our Mariner Staff
We sure are thankful for all members of the PHS staff, and our PTA Hospitality Team treated them to Fall pies, hot cider, and other goodies on Friday. Thanks to those who helped with this event!
Want to help provide more of these kinds of things for our Mariner staff? Click here to make a donation to support the efforts of the staff appreciation team who plan monthly events to remind staff how grateful we are for them.
Easy Fundraising All Year Long!
Did you know you can support PHS simply by shopping?
- Link your VIC card at Harris Teeter to #7169.
- Link your Lowe's card to Perry Harrison on their Cart to Class webpage.
- Do all your Amazon shopping through smile.amazon.com and choose Perry Harrison PTA as your charity.
- Get a School Scrip Card at Weaver Street Market, and they will donate 5% of your purchases to PHS. You will need to go to the Customer Service Desk and get a School Scrip Card and assign it to our school number. The card is refillable and reusable – if you already have a card, you can link it to our number right at the register.
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Fall Thrift Shop Update
CCS District & Community News
Chatham Reads Book Drive
Gift the gift of reading this season by donating new and gently used books to be distributed to children in Chatham County. Donations accepted through December 16th. Find donation locations and more details here.
Virtual Haw River River Learning Celebration
Looking for a fabulous virtual field trip? The Haw River Assembly has produced a series of 6 videos to teach students about water monitoring, solutions to pollution, cultural history, art, geology and more. Join them as they share their love for the river and explore nature right in our Chatham County backyard! Videos 12-18 minutes each and can be viewed together or separately here.
NCPTA Virtual Town Hall
NC PTA is offering a town hall session, Virtual Learning during a Pandemic: Are we surviving or thriving? The event is scheduled to take place on December 12th at 10:00am and will occur via Zoom. Register here.
Fuel Up Needs for Winter Break
Help Fuel Up Prepare for Winter Break!
Fuel Up is a non-profit charity food backpack organization that serves students in pre-K through 5th grade attending Perry Harrison Elementary and Chatham Grove Elementary (for the 2020-2021 school year). The mission of Fuel Up is to provide students with nutritious and substantial foods when students are not in school.
You can make your monetary donation on our website with a custom donation or send us a check to payable to Fuel Up Perry Harrison Elementary. $20 will allow us to purchase two weeks worth of food while $30 will provide substantial and nutritious foods for the entirety of Winter Break. Please note, if you send us a check, it could be a month before you get a tax receipt due to the logistics of only being at the school every other Wednesday.
Another way you can help is by sending us food items. Food items can be purchased and sent directly to Perry Harrison Elementary using our Amazon wishlist or participating in your neighborhood Porch program. You can also organize a food collection for your church group or neighborhood. Please email Aviva, the program Fuel Up chair, for a list of items to gather and to make arrangements for getting the food delivered. Please note, we leave food items untouched in our closet for a least a week before distributing them to the students.
We could not continue to serve our students without community support. Thank you for joining us in combating food insecurity at Perry Harrison Elementary and Chatham Grove Elementary.
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PHS Teachers & Staff
2020/2021 PHS Community Sponsors
Thanks to our 2020/2021 Sponsors! Learn more about these local businesses here!
" At the end of the day, the most overwhelming key to a child's success is the positive involvement of parents"... Jane D. Hull
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