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To date, first grader Brendan Lowery has raised more than $1,600 and counting for the American Heart Association all by himself. That is by far the highest total from one student ever at Bedminster.
Each January, physical education teacher Judy Antonucci organizes a “Jump Rope for Heart” program at Bedminster. Students commit to a certain level of physical activity during class and at home, with family members and friends pledging money for their efforts.
Brendan was so excited about participating that he signed up by himself online and put together a list of everyone he wanted to ask to donate. He even got the head of his father’s company to make a $500 donation!
But even that was not enough to satisfy Brendan. He decided to combine his love of Legos with his fundraising and came up with the idea of making a Lego Heart for each donation he received. He and his dad set up a website – www.legoheartsforamericanhearts.com. For every donation he receives, he will be making a Lego Heart to donate to a child in a local hospital to make them smile.
Brendan, the compassion, persistence, creativity, and love you have shown in so many ways over the past few weeks is amazing and inspirational to all of us. Thank you and congratulations to your parents for raising such a fine young man!
The Ready Freddy Program includes all the pieces of a quality transition to school. (cited from: www.readyfreddy.org, Pathways to Kindergarten Success)
This informative website is packed with great ideas and information for helping with the transition into kindergarten including a “parent tab,” a calendar of monthly activities, and interactive books.
Bus safety is a priority at Bedminster Elemenary School. We want our children to understand how important it is to act property near all vehicles.
Enjoy the beautiful singing voices of students in Mrs. Gray's 1st grade music classes as they pay tribute to our heroes on Veterans Day.