Sabold Cougar Paws

May 24, 2023

Welcome to Sabold... The Greatest School on Earth!

Happy Wednesday! 

If you are entering the building for a meeting or other reason, please be sure you have your license/ ID with you. You must have your ID scanned through our Raptor system in order to enter the building. 

Super Sabold Day!

Super Sabold Day is just around the corner! Parents/ Guardians are invited to see students participating in fun outdoor games and activities throughout the day. The best time to visit will be when students are on the back field. Our second and third grade students will be on the back field in the morning from 9:30-11:00. Fourth and fifth grade students will be on the back field from 1:30-3:00. 

The grade level relay times are listed below.

Our Super Sabold Day tee shirts will be coming home next week. Please be sure all students wear their shirts on Friday, June 2. They should also wear sneakers and bring a water bottle (labeled) that can be refilled throughout the day. 

Thank you! 

sabold spring fair

Students of the month- May

Gr. 5- Hailey Ragan

"Hailey is a perfect example of positivity, politeness, and perseverance. She comes to school each day with a positive outlook and an eagerness to learn something new. She works hard and takes risks as a learner. She is always focused on her work and gives every assignment 100% effort. She doesn’t shy a way from a challenge, and she perseveres through the tough stuff.  She loves to help others and is quick to lend a hand to a classmate or teacher. She shows she is a leader and a role model for her classmates by being cooperative, respectful, and responsible. We are so lucky to have such friendly, kind, and hard-working student and classmate here at Sabold. Hailey, we are so proud of you!  " -Mrs. Wisneski

Gr. 4- Julian Rizzo

"Jules is a friend to everyone at Sabold. Whether you are an old friend or he is meeting you for the first time, Jules makes everyone feel welcome and important.  His kindness and positivity are contagious in Room 18. It is impossible to be anything but happy when you are around Jules! He starts every day by greeting his classmates and asking them about their days. Jules works hard to reach his goals both in Room 18 and in Mrs. Romanelli's classroom. He takes pride in his own success, as well as the accomplishments of his classmates. Jules has many important responsibilities in our classroom, including filling out the dismissal sheet for the entire school. He certainly embraces our Sabold motto of "Work hard. Be nice." We are proud of you, Jules!   " - Ms. O'Neill

gr. 3- Sa'Nya Johnson

"Sa'Nya is an exceptional role model for Sabold's expectations of "Work hard. Be nice". She is determined to always do her best and persists through every challenge with a smile! Her willingness to accept challenges has made her grow as a learner. Sa'Nya is always there for anyone when they need a friend. Her qualities of determination, helpfulness and kindness make her a great example of a student of the month! We are lucky to have Sa'Nya in Room 4! - Ms. hawley

Gr. 2- Macklin Hill

"Mack is an all-star student! Mack is kind, compassionate, and a great friend. He loves to help people in need, including his teachers and friends. He always uses positive words and encourages others to try their best. He participates frequently. Mack is a true Sabold Star!" -Dr. Solano

Featured artist- May

"Bernie not only stands out in art because of his talent for art, but for his creative thinking.

He can envision the outcome of a project and create the steps to get there. On many occasions, Bernie is ready to help his peers with their projects. He is also a big help during clean up."

-Mrs. Mroz

bernie Dougherty

Mathematicians of the month

Congratulations to our Mathematicians of the Month, Gr. 5- Didem Ilbak; Gr. 4- Brian Weathers; Gr. 3- Cassidy Hutton; Gr. 2- Richie Meyers, for demonstrating outstanding effort, problem-solving skills, and overall academic prowess in the area of mathematics. Keep up the great work!


School Supply Lists

We can't believe it either... It is time to start talking about school supplies for the 2023-2024 school year. These supply lists are for INCOMING students for the 23-24 school year. We do not have ETR's supply lists. If you would like to get a head start on your supplies for next year and purchase them through Yubbler, CLICK HERE

Coupons are available for the first 30 days (until May 18). You will receive 20% off core items if you order in April and 15% off core items if you order in May.

Register for a coupon code: 

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The coupon code will be sent to your email! Copy and paste it in at checkout. Discount schedule (applies to core items only):

o May orders:    15% off core items

o June orders:    10% off core items

o July orders:    5% off core items

2nd grade supply list (1).pdf

Grade 2 Supply List

3rdGradeSupplyList 2023-2024.pdf

Grade 3 Supply List

4th Grade Supply List (1).pdf

Grade 4 Supply List

5thGradeSupplyListfor 2023-24.pdf

Grade 5 Supply List

Upcoming Events

Information from our School Nurse

seasonal allergy info for cougar paws.pdf

Sabold elementary cycle day calendar


no left turns into the queue!

We have run into some challenges maintaining an efficient carline for our morning drop-off. This occurs most often when cars try to make left-hand turns into the queue for drop-off. We experience gridlock that extends past our exit lane and even to Baltimore Pike. Cars are unable to enter or exit the property when this happens. Turning left out of our exit lane onto E. Thomson Ave can cause delays; however, the main reason for the gridlock and congestion is making a left into the queue from E. Thomson Ave. Please help us maintain a safe and efficient carline by avoiding left-hand turns into the queue during morning drop-off (as well as dismissal) when there is a line that extends onto E. Thomson Ave. If you are turning onto E. Thomson Ave. from Baltimore Pike, please go down to Granite Terrace, Barker Rd., etc. and turn around so that you can make a right-hand turn into our queue, or please take a different route to get to Sabold. Thank you! 

Child care weather watch


Recess is an important (and fun!) time of the day. We do our best to get our students outside everyday for play and socialization. We use this chart as a resource to help make decisions about recess on days when necessary.

Please be sure your child is dressed for the weather. 

Thank you!

HOME & SCHOOL information

HAC Phone-Email Update_2019-2020.pdf

Are you using home access center yet?

If you need to change a phone number or email, sign up for text alerts, check your child's attendance, or check report card grades, you will want to use the Home Access Center.  

You can also check the Home Access Center for any outstanding unexcused absences. Remember, all absences require a written note. That can be done via email by emailing, or a hand-written note can be sent to the main office. A phone call to our attendance hotline still requires a written note for the absence to be excused (as required by law). An email works well for us, and hopefully that makes it easier on you.  

You can visit the HAC website here: You can submit a contact form to obtain login credentials. If you need assistance, email 


If you would like to report an absence via email, please send the email using this link: sabattendance

Additionally, there is a link to submit attendance on the school website. If you go to Sabold’s page, use your mouse to hover over “Parents” in the upper right-hand corner. Select “Attendance” from the dropdown list. In the middle of the page you will find a link to submit an email to An added bonus to the hotline email is that it will serve as written notice of your child’s absence. You will not need to send an additional note to school so that the absence will be marked as excused. We will retain the email as your absence note.

 You can visit- for more information. 

district & Community information

SHS Marching Band is selling raffle tickets for $10 each for a chance to win 2 Hall of Fame tickets to the Phillies/Braves' game on June 20. If anyone is interested, reach out to Anthony Nastasi at by May 26th to get one!

now hiring!

Kelly Ed Flyer.pdf
Summer Rec Flyer 2023.pdf
Letter to Household 2022-23 REV 20220728.pdf

What's for lunch?

ELE. May 2023.pdf


2022-2023 Calendar FINAL (002).pdf


Affordable children’s health insurance plans are available through the Keystone HMO Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) from Independence Blue Cross. No family makes too much for their child to enroll in these plans, with premiums starting at $0!

One great way to learn about our Keystone HMO CHIP plans is by visiting our new and improved website: There, you can find what you need to know about…


·         Who is eligible for Keystone HMO CHIP

·         What health benefits are included

·         How to enroll

Keystone HMO CHIP Presentation

SSD Publicity and Photo Release FINAL.pdf

SSD Publicity & Photo

School Safety and Security Web page

Learn more about the Springfield School District measures to maintain safe and healthy learning environments for our students on the school district website. You can access the page by visiting this site-

We thank you for all that you do to support the health, safety, and welfare of our children.


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