Bromwell Bulletin 11/2/03

Posted November 3, 2023

It’s almost week 3 of our Annual Fund, and we need you!  This coming Monday, our “Be the Change” drive starts too. This is a chance for kids to break open piggy banks and deep dive into couch cushions, or just bring in their Hamiltons, contributing to our fundraising efforts.

Want even more motivation? The Schlichter Team will generously match what is raised during the coin drive, up to $5,000!

We would like to introduce the 23-24 Bromwell Student Representatives!

5th Grade – Ray: Quentin Schlonik and Laina Roberts

5th Grade – Simpson: Johnny Pickering and Ava Cohen

4th Grade – Rimkus: Harper Ellena and Lucy Inglis

4th Grade – McGrew: Rocco Diegel, Fiona Dwyer and Katie Bailey

3rd Grade – Walker: Ellis Olsen and Charlie Berk

3rd Grade – Mak: Theo Evans and Susie Schiffer 

Congratulations to all of the Bears that participated!  We are excited to see what the Student Council accomplishes this year!

  • It’s not too late to register for Saturday School!  Math, literacy and LEGO engineering is included from 9am-12pm, with breakfast and a snack included.  Attendance is not required every Saturday, you’re okay to come late or leave early, and it’s free!  Please fill out THIS FORM if you’d like to sign your kid(s) up.
  • As we get colder and snowy days, please remember to send your child with a jacket, a hat, boots, etc.  We try to get our Bears outside for every recess so they can move their bodies and take a brain break!
  • Please remember to have your kids check Lost and Found!  We have so many items we’re running out of room.  If you’d like to check for your kid, you can come in the front and check in at the office 

Mark Your Calendars!

TODAY 11/2 – Bromwell Blue vs Bromwell Orange Basketball @ 4pm:  Come cheer on our two basketball teams at our “Battle of Bromwell” game!

TODAY 11/2 – Middle School Night 5:30-7pm: We have 14 schools coming, and you’ll be able to walk the halls, ask questions and get additional information.

Monday 11/6 & Wednesday 11/8 – 5th Grade Conferences: Conferences will take place in the evening.  Your teacher will provide a sign up

Wednesday 11/8 @ 8am – Monthly PTA Meeting: Please join us in the Bromwell Cafeteria for our monthly meeting.

Wednesday 11/15 – Thanksgiving Lunch at Bromwell!: We are excited to offer a chance to have a Thanksgiving lunch with your kid(s)!  The cost will be $7 per person and needs to be paid in advance by 11/8 in the front office.  Payment must be in cash.  We are unable to provide change, please bring exact change.  Due to capacity limits, only 2 people can join from a family that day.  Please RSVP here, they are required to ensure enough food for everyone.

Thursday 11/16 – Turkey Trot: Come cheer on our Bears as they trot through the neighborhood!  Volunteer sign up and route will be shared soon.

BE ALL in for BROMWELL and make your donation to our Annual Fund TODAY! Just CLICK HERE to join this effort. If you aren’t getting our weekly email updates, please email so we can add you to our mailing list.  Come on, Bear Families! Our school NEEDS our financial support.

Where should my student go to Middle School? What happens after Bromwell? Well, PTA wants to help with that question and is hosting our annual Middle School Information Night TODAY, November 2nd from 5:30-7PM at Bromwell. Representatives from many of the areas public and private Middle Schools will be on hand to share information and answer any questions you might have in an open house format. All grade levels are welcome to attend, especially those in 4th and 5th grades. We hope to see you there!

KUMON Learning Centers in Cherry Creek North is offering to give $25 back to Bromwell for each Bear that signs up!  Make sure to mention Bromwell if you do sign up.

Dine out at Chipotle on Steele Street next Wednesday from 4pm-8pm. Check the graphic below for more info.

While the Bromwell PTA does not endorse specific candidates or issues, we do encourage you to VOTE NOW, including for any school board seats that are on your ballot. If you don’t know who to vote for, ask a friend, check out the candidates websites, think about what you want for your student’s future, but please don’t leave it blank.