Jefferson Elementary Food Drive!

The Jefferson Angel Network

Holiday Food Drive/Contest


Help us to help others and be the Grade to donate the most items for holiday food baskets for needy families.

The winning Grade will be rewarded with a holiday treat!

Donations can be dropped off in the lobby from

Nov. 17th through the 21st.



Kindergarten: boxed macaroni and cheese or boxed stuffing

1st Grade:   boxed biscuit mix, jelly/jam, or peanut butter

2nd Grade: canned pie filling or canned gravy

3rd Grade: canned soup, juice, or applesauce

4th Grade: canned cranberry sauce, pineapple, or yams

5th Grade: canned corn, peas, or green beans


(Please do NOT send glass jars.)


Thank you for your generosity!

Any amount of help is a great amount of help.


Happy Holidays from the Jefferson Angel Network!

Superintendent’s Message

September 23, 2014

Dear Parents and Community,

I would like to make you aware of Enterovirus (EV-D68) and enlist your assistance in limiting its spread. From mid-August to September 18, 2014, a total of 153 people from 18 states were confirmed to have respiratory illness caused by EV-D68. Recently, several cases have been confirmed in Pennsylvania. We are not aware of any cases with students in the East Penn School District…. Read more…

Kid Stuff and Save Around Deadline

Dear Parents,

The deadline to purchase or return the Kid Stuff and Save Around fundraiser books was Monday, September 15. If you have not yet purchased or returned your books please do so ASAP as we need to return un-purchased books to the publisher.

At this time there are quite a few outstanding books which have not yet been purchased or returned.

Please be sure to send your orders and/or un-purchased books back to school with your Jefferson student in the original envelope which has your child’s name on the front. This will allow us to give you the proper credit for purchases and returns.


If you have any questions please contact the Jefferson office @ 610.965.1645


Thank you for your prompt attention to this matter


Mrs. Cheryl Scalzo, Principal