Bloomingdale Avenue School

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    Welcome to Bloomingdale Avenue School... 

    ...where students learn, care, share, and grow!

     


              BAS PTA Sponsored Events     

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    Spirit Week....May 21-25

    Field Day....May 23

    Backyard Bash 6:00....June 14

     

     


    *Be sure to check the "PTA" tab above for details on these and other PTA events during the year!*


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     Looking for something?

    Please check in our Lost & Found bin located in the main hall outside the office door.  It is overflowing!  There are various articles of clothing and other possessions waiting to be claimed.


     

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  • violin Attention Second Graders...soon to be Third Graders!!

    Read here for detailed information about the instrumental program and opportunities for next year!

     

     

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  • The students at Bloomingdale Avenue School collected food and paper products for Cranford Family Care and Garwood Presbyterian Church Food Bank during the week of April 9th.  Mrs. Ferraioli's 1st grade class sorted and boxed all of the donated items!  Thank you to everyone who contributed to this great cause! 

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  • Cranford Kids Give Back Please help support our Cranford High School students!

    Cranford Kids Give Back is a charity organization made up of CHS students and they are currently collecting for Cranford Family Care.  Please check out their flyer if you are interested in giving.  Thank you for your support!

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  • nurse A few important reminders from your School Nurse...

    If your child will be absent please call the Health Office at 908-709-6973.  When reporting an absence be specific with your child’s symptoms and degree of temperature.  Please include this information when leaving a voicemail.    

    How long should I stay home if I’m sick?

    CDC recommends that you stay home for at least 24 hours after your fever is gone except to get medical care or other necessities. Your fever should be gone without the use of a fever-reducing medicine, such as Tylenol®. You should stay home from work, school, travel, shopping, social events, and public gatherings.

    Take everyday preventive actions to stop the spread of germs.

    Try to avoid close contact with people that are ill.

    If you are sick, limit contact with others as much as possible to keep from infecting others,

    After your fever is gone, stay home at least one day, without the use of fever reducing medications..

    Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth.  Germs spread this way.

    What are typical flu symptoms?

    Flu symptoms include, fever, cough, sore throat, runny or stuffy nose, body aches, headache, chills and fatigue.  Some people may have diarrhea and vomiting.

    Thank you for your attention to this important health issue.

    Sincerely,

    Sherryl Lazo, R.N.

    Certified School Nurse

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    As always, please remember to be mindful of where and how you park during drop off and pick up.  All drop off doors are monitored by a staff member from 8:20 AM-8:30 AM.  Once the doors are open, please feel free to drop and go; however if you would like to get out of the car and remain with your child, please park your car.  Remember, there is no parking in the horseshoe driveway, coned section of Albany Ave or right outside the Kindergarten door.  Your cooperation is appreciated as we keep our students safe as well as try to make ingress and egress as smooth as possible for everyone.  

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  • kids anti idling campaign

    NO IDLING ZONE

    The BAS Environmental Club reminds you not to idle during the winter months! The environmentalists of BAS hung pollution catchers to collect air pollution around the school. 

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  • school lunch SCHOOL LUNCH PROGRAM

    Students will have the option of ordering lunch through our School Lunch Program.  All information needed is located here.  Throughout the year, you will also be able to access the "Food Services/Lunch Menu Information" link under the "For Parents" tab above.  Online ordering directions can be found here, and menu options will be available each month.

     

     

     


     

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  • 2016-17 HIB SELF-ASSESSMENT

    One of the efforts to support anti-bullying in the schools is to collect information in the form of a School Self-Assessment.  Dr. Ward, Anti-Bullying Coordinator, has provided a letter inviting feedback on the 2016-17 Self-Assessment.  Please follow these links for complete information.

    Letter from Dr. Ward 

    2016-17 HIB Self-Assessment Data


     

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