Ed Foundation Grant Applications are Here!

Dancing Classrooms. Teepee Ted's Native American Experience. Guggenheim STEM Club. These are just a few of the awesome programs funded by grants from the Ed Foundation. Grant applications for the 2019-2020 school year are now available at www.theedfoundation.org

 

If you'd like to help write a grant to secure funding for more programs at Guggenheim, contact Annie Thornton at Anniet22@aol.com

Ladies Night Out: Save the Date -- Thursday, April 11

North Hempstead Country Club Port Washington

Featuring Great Vendors, Amazing Raffle Items, Get your hair done upon arrival, have a Makeup Artist Accentuate Your Eyes, Lips or Cheek Bones and Share Tricks of the Trade!

Entertainment by Bach to Rock, Food, Wine & Friends…. What Could Be Better!!

Superintendent Search

Community Forums will be held with the search firm to garner input about the Superintendent Search.  These are open to the public and will take place on:

·         Wednesday, February 27th at 9:30am at Port Washington Public Library

·         Wednesday, February 27th at 7:30am at Weber Auditorium 

 

In addition, a survey is LIVE on the District website.  It asks opinions for qualifications for a superintendent.  The survey is anonymous and very short.  Only a few questions.  
 

To access more information on this topic please click this link:  https://www.portnet.org/Page/13615

Spring Clothing Drive

We are in need of volunteers for the clothing drive at Manorhaven Pool.  Guggenheim’s time slot is Tuesday, March 19 from 9am to 12pm.

 

If you are available, please contact sign up here:

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0b4baaaa2ea46-2018

Thank you!

In The News

Great job by these #PortWashington students, collecting coins to buy brand new books for our patients. #Thankful to them all, top row, left to right, Book Fair Co-Chairmom Dr. Rachel Weiselberg, Vice Principal Dr. Kimberly Licato, Alexandra Gargas, Zoey Armstrong, Mark Weiselberg, Dylan Buckley, Michael Iuorio, Librarian Ms. Suzanne Mody, Book Fair Mom Ms. Erica Buckley. Bottom row, left to right Maggie Weiselberg, Quinn Armstrong, Peyton Dejana, Chloe Johnson, Lucas Chan.

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Seeking Angels

 

We are looking for "Angels" to help our Guggenheim families who are in need. Angels will help to purchase items for at risk families (diapers, food, donate clothing etc.) throughout the year.

 

If you are interested in helping your Guggenheim community please email Sharon at Ssisimit@gmail.com or Joyce at joycep16@gmail.com

Donate Your Old Guggenheim Gear?

Donate slightly used Guggenheim apparel that you no longer want.

 

Please send into school attention Mrs. Kelly.

Por favor no dude en contactarme si necesita más información en español. 

Sharon Sisimit

516-974-4326  Ssisimit@gmail.com (corrected email)

Volunteer Sign Up

The Guggenheim HSA is a school-parent partnership designed to pick up where the district’s budgetary limitations leave off. With your support, our fundraisers provide our kids:

  • * new playground equipment
  • * updated classroom technology
  • * cool field trips
  • * cultural arts performances
  • * additional classroom supplies
  • * academic enrichment program

Our kids need your help to make these things happen. Take a look and sign up for a volunteer activity. Unsure what to choose? Grab a friend and dive in together.  Your kids will thank you! Click here:

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/60b094aaca72ba5f85-guggenheim

Text Message Reminders: Join now and get important school info sent right to your cell phone! Simply text "@guggen" to the number 81010 to join!

Amazon Smile 

Don’t forget -- Support Guggenheim School and the HSA while you shop! We are registered as a participating charity in Amazon Smiles, so Amazon will donate a portion of your purchase price towards our organization when you shop through this link:  smile.amazon.com  Select Guggenheim HSA

School Events

  • Monday, 2/18 to Friday, 2/22: Winter Recess, No School
  • Tuesday, 2/26: Board of Education Meeting, 8 pm, Schreiber Library
  • Friday, 3/1: Spirit Day & Popcorn Day
  • Friday, 3/1: SEPTA Second Cup, 10 am, Dolphin Café
  • Tuesday, 3/5: BOE Budget & Facilities Committee Meeting, 8:30 am, Annex Conference Room
  • Wednesday, 3/6: District Elementary Chorus & Orchestra Festival, 7:30 pm, Schreiber Aud
  • Friday, 3/8: Parent Teacher Conference Day, No School
  • Tuesday, 3/12: Board of Education Meeting, 8 pm, Schreiber Library
  • Thursday, 3/14: Transition to Weber: Parents of Students wtih IEPs or 504, Sponsored by SEPTA, Tme TBD, Weber Library
  • Thursday, 3/14: Parent Teacher Conference Evening
  • Friday, 3/15: Parent Teacher Conference Day, Early Dismissal - 11:05 am 
  • Monday, 3/18 to Friday, 3/22: Spring Clothing Drive
  • Monday, 3/18 to Friday, 2/22: Nutrition Week
  • Tuesday, 3/19: AGATE featuring Dr. Westervelt, 9 am, Weber Library
  • Thursday, 3/21: PARP (Parents As Reading Partners) Night
  • Thursday, 3/21 to Thursday, 3/28: Book Fair
  • Friday, 3/22: Popcorn Day
  • Tuesday, 3/26: Board of Education Meeting, 8pm, Schreiber Aud
  • Thursday, 3/28: STEAM Night, 7 pm, Café

 

Flyers

Click on these links for:

 

HSA Events and Flyers

 

 Community Flyers 

 

 

 

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