Royersford Elementary School



Sept 20 - Bee Kind Ella Day - Wear BLUE

October 4 - Bully Prevention Assembly: We are all on the same team - Wear a SPORTS JERSEY

October 12 - Fire Safety Assembly - Wear RED

October 21 - SF Homecoming - Wear BLUE, GOLD and all things SPRING-FORD!

October 25 - Red Ribbon Week: Kick off the Week - Wear RED

October 26 - Red Ribbon Week: It's no sweat to be bully free - Wear SWEATS

October 27 - Red Ribbon Week : Too bright for drugs - Wear BRIGHT COLORS & SUNGLASSES

October 28 - Red Ribbon Week: Say "BOO" to drugs - Wear ORANGE/BLACK

November 1 - T-Shirt Tuesday - Wear you school T-shirt

November 11 - Veterans Day - Wear RED, WHITE & BLUE

November 14 - Diabetes Awareness Day - Wear BLUE


September 16 - October 14 - Pasta Fundraiser

September 26 - No School for Students

September 27- October 7 - Scholastic Book Fair (held during library class)

October 2 - National Custodian Day - Give Mr. Mike and Ms. Kate a big hello!

October 4 - Evening Book Fair 5:00pm - 8:00pm

October 5 - No School for Students or Staff

October 12 - Fire Prevention Assemblies

October 12 - PTO Meeting 7:00pm - Media Center

October 14 - Title I Open House via Zoom

October 22 - Spring-Ford Homecoming Game 2:00pm Spring-Ford vs Norristown gates open at 12:30pm

October 24 & 25 - Recycled Haunter House Drop Off

October 26 - Picture Re-take Day

October 28 - Halloween Festivities

November 4 - Dance A Thon

December 13 - Winter Concert

Kindergarten School Supply List 2022-2023

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Royersford Elementary School

450 Spring Street, Royersford, PA 19468-2519

Teresa Carboy, Ed.D., Principal
Phone: 610-705-6005 | Fax: 610-705-6250

School Hours
Doors Open: 8:35 a.m.
Classes: 9 a.m.-3:40 p.m.
Kindergarten Schedule
AM: 9-11:40 a.m.
PM: 1-3:40 p.m.

Kindergarten Orientation

Spring-Ford S2SS

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