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Please help support Hambright’s ONLY fall fundraiser. It’s a win-win fundraising opportunity since you can help raise money for more family fun nights and also have a great, easy dinner or lunch! All checks can be made out to Hambright PTO and please have all money in an envelope attached for save keeping. Thank you!

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Bring your family out for the PTO’s Fall Family Bingo Night! Friday, October 17th in the Cafeteria.

Doors open at 5:45 and bingo will begin at 6:15pm. Bingo cards 25 cent each with special $1 boards too. Pizza 50 cents/slice, 25 cent chips and pretzels, 50 cent baked goods.

Please remember ONLY immediate HAMBRIGHT families (no cousins, friends, etc). Also, this is NOT a drop off event; an adult must be present the whole time (except for 6th grade helpers).
Thank you for your help & support!

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Are you aware that you have access to your child’s math book online? There is an easy way to log on. To ease this process, we are sharing this “how to log on” video with you.

The big tip is once you are logged on… simply click on the picture of the text book. It is that easy.

Click on the math book below to watch the video created by Martic Elementary School:

You can visit the online math series login page at
http://connected.mcgraw-hill.com/connected/login.do

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Above, all 510 students pose for a picture in front of the new Hambright Elementary School, which will be dedicated on Sunday, September 28th at 2:00pm.

The bell ringing ceremony begins at 2:30 in the cafeteria with guest speaker, Dr. John Anderson, President of Millersville University.

Light refreshments and appetizers will be provided. We look forward to seeing you on Sunday!

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Aevidum and TeenHope held a 5K run to raise awareness of mental health issues in schools throughout Lancaster County in a very colorful way.

The ColorBlast 5K was held on Sept. 21 at Manor Middle School. The noncompetitive event had participants of all age groups of runners, who were blasted with brightly colored cornstarch powder. Hambright staff members, pictured above from left to right, are Kathy Rowley, Jennifer Seiger, Deb DeBerdine, Beth Martin, Tracy Stevens, and Jerry Egan.

ColorBlast proceeds benefit the Aevidum student organization and TeenHope, a program that screens students for depression and suicide risk. Aevidum, with chapters at Penn Manor High School and Manor and Marticville middle schools, creates an environment in which students feel supported and are encouraged to talk about depression and mental illness.

The ultimate goal of both organizations is to prevent suicides.

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