Please click on the calendar link below to see all the important events happening at Bancroft Elementary School this month.
If you’d like to volunteer to lead a field day game on Friday, May 26th, click on the Sign-Up Genius link below.
We will not be sending home paper sign-ups, so please use this link to sign-up. Please read all event information carefully, and
make your selections by May 19th.
In order to participate, all volunteers need the have their clearances on file at the main office.
Thank you in advance for taking part in this fun day for our school community!
On May 10, volunteers from Partners in Outreach visited Bancroft Elementary School to distribute brand new books to every student. Partner in Outreach partnered with Barnes and Noble on a book drive and offered a wide variety of new and exciting texts from which students selected. We are so thankful they came to share the gift of reading with our students!
May’s Student Spotlight is Bancroft Elementary School’s Art Club. Art Club runs in two sessions – fall and spring – and projects vary by session. Throughout their time in Art Club, students use a variety of art mediums including clay, pencils, and paint. Each session begins with a large group project that adorns the hallways of the schools. Students work together in small groups to create one large project. This year club members made turtles, lightening bugs, snakes, and more to decorate for the book fair’s camping theme. Currently, the young artists are making Pharaoh Masks using paper mache.
Get ready to celebrate ALL the holidays throughout the year on one very special day!
Our “Holiday Fun Field Day” will be held on Friday, May 26th (rain date is May 30th).
Please consider coming out to play games with your favorite Bancroft Bears!
The link to sign-up to help lead games will be posted in the next week or two.
Just a reminder – All volunteers need the have their clearances submitted to the main office
in order to participate.
For now, put in for that personal day with the following information in mind…
AM field day will take place from 9:30-11:30 for grades 4, 5, & 3 (only homerooms C4, C5, & C6)
PM field day will take place from 1:05-3:05 for grades 1, 2, & 3 (only homerooms C2 & C3)
All volunteers should plan to arrive 15-20 minutes before the start of the session.
Health & PE Specialist
This year students at Bancroft Elementary School contributed bowls to the Kennett Area Community Services’ Empty Bowl fundraiser held to feed the hungry and stock our local Kennett Food Cupboard with food. The boys and girls had fun helping to glaze the 10 clay bowls made by the school’s art teacher, Ms. Janice Finn. All donated bowls were handed out to attendees of the Empty Bowl fundraiser. See website below for more information.
Bancroft Elementary School’s fourth grade had a special visit from The Franklin Institute. This interactive field trip allowed the students to learn about electricity, circuits, and magnetism by participating in different experiments. Their hair was standing straight up as they explored static and current electricity! The students also created a HUMAN CIRCUIT, showing how electricity flows.
Bancroft Elementary School students and staff celebrate Youth Art Month in March by wearing primary colors on the first day, participating in Art Counts Contest the second day, wearing the most artistic shirt on the third day, and finally wearing student decorated sunglasses on the final day. Yes, Bancroft Elementary School is an extremely artistic school!