Orientation for Warwick Partners in Education (PIE) takes place Feb. 5


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WARWICK — The annual Warwick PIE (Partners in Education) Orientation meeting, given by administration and teachers, will take place Tuesday, Feb. 5, at 7 p.m. in the Sanfordville Elementary School cafeteria.

Current and past families are encouraged to attend and speak with families considering PIE as an educational option in the district. Sharing direct experiences is a valuable tool to keeping this unique program going strong, allowing families to make the best choices for their families.

A few quick updates• 90+Custom block printed Checkerboards will be printed on fabric with all PIE classes.

Family volunteers needed to carve blocks, cut fabric, printmaking with classes, organize and paint checkers, sew borders, etc. A separate sign-up will be sent around to current families.

In the meantime, please keep sending those caps in.

•Angel Bakers (baking goods to send to deployed soldiers monthly) launched on Jan. 25. Baking locations are set for the next six months with nearly 20 local merchants and business partners participating. Open to anyone.

If you would like to learn more, donate or help bake for a greater cause, please visit this link. First come, first serve: https://tinyurl.com/Warwick-Angel-Bakers-2019

• Grant write-up submitted for The Moving Company performances - more to follow on next steps soon.

Contact information:Facebook: www.facebook.com/WarwickPIEPartnersInEducation

Share Site: https://warwickpie.shutterfly.com

Group Signup: https://tinyurl.com/2018-2019-PIE-COMMUNITY



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