- 4068 N. Fairview Street, Macungie, PA 18062
- fax- 610.965.2977
- Office Hours: 8:00-4:00
- School Hours: 8:55-3:30
- Wednesday Dismissal: 1:30PM
Please join us on Wednesday, May 14th from 6:00-7:30 p.m. for the Shoemaker OPEN HOUSE!
Academic Support Assistants will be at Open House. Please click here to see the Academic Support Flyer!
Please click here to find the Iron Pigs Ticket Form
Shoemaker Elementary School’s Night at the IronPigs
Saturday May 10th 6:35pm vs. the Gwinett Braves
$10 per ticket (includes $2 ballpark credit to be used at any IronPigs concession stand or team store)
Limited number of tickets available so order quickly!!!!!!
Fitness camp is a five-week program available for students entering grades 1-6. The camp will be held Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from Jully 8th through August 7 at Willow Lane Elementary. Parents/Guardians will have to provide to their own transportation.
There will be two sessions:
Session 1: 9:30am - 11:00am
Session 2: 11:15am - 12:45pm
Click here for Mrs. Ringer's April Newsletter
PSSA WEEK is March 31st - April 4th
Conference Week and Book Fair is April 7th - April 11th 1:30 dismissal
April 7th through 11th is conference week. Students will be dismissed at 1:30. Students can also visit the Book Fair April 7th- 10th during conference week and use their book oats to get free books.
April 7th - 10th Mon. Wed. Thurs. 9:30-4:30
Tues. 9:30- 3:30 5:30-8:00
SPRING BREAK IS FRIDAY, APRIL 18th
The Shoemaker talent scouts are searching for talented students to perform in our annual talent show! The talent show is open to students in all grades. Later in the spring, each grade level will produce its own talent show for the students in that particular grade. From these grade level talent shows, select acts will be chosen to perform at an all-school assembly at the end of the year. Dates and audition information for each grade will be sent home later in the spring. Please fill out this form and return by April 17th.
PSSA Information is now available. Click here to view PSSA information
SNOW MAKE-UP DAYS
The approved school calendar lists the sequence for make-up days. Since the district exceeded its two-day allotment, the changes to the school year are as follows:
Snow Make-Up Days: 4/17, 4/21 , 6/10, 6/11, 6/12, 6/13, 6/16, 6/17 (Students Last Day)
Check out the East Penn website for
SNOW DELAYS and SNOW DAYS:
Click link below to the Morning Call website to access an album from the Shoemaker Art Club painting the theme to the new Disney Movie, "Frozen" at the Carmike Movie Theater. The kids drawings were used to design the images and then they took 4 hours to outline/color the entire mural.
Shoemaker enjoyed a fun fall day parading around the school in their Hallowwen Costumes. Click here and enjoy some of the pics!
Please read the Shoemaker November Newsletter for important updates by clicking the link below:
Please read the Shoemaker October Newsletter for important updates by clicking the link below.
In a continued effort to ensure student safety, the district will be starting an automatic call-out system (similar to the phone voice messages that Mrs. Brinckman makes) that will alert you if your child is not in school that day. This system will go into effect for Shoemaker Elementary School on Monday, September 23rd. You can anticipate to receive a phone call around 9:40 on days where your child is recorded absent at school.
Grades 3 - 5 Only
Click here for Login Instructions
(Viewing this information will require your child's Moodle login. Be sure to log out of all personal Google Accounts prior to clicking the link).
Please click here or look for the Updated Student Handbook in the Electronic Backpack.
This year, the East Penn School District has transitioned to digital math textbooks for Grades 3 - 5. We are very excited about this change because our students will now have access to many online math resources beyond the math textbook. If you do not have internet access please contact your child’s teacher and alternate arrangements will be made. For complete info how to access please check out this link:
In the event of a severe weather emergency alternate bus routes may be used.
You can download and review East Penn’s emergency busing procedures here.
East Penn Information Line: 610-966-8480
We are a volunteer group of parents, teachers, staff and community members who provide basic material assistance to Shoemaker students on an immediate, short-term basis. We are part of a "giving network" linked by phone and email activated when student needs are identified by the caring faculty and staff at Shoemaker. We provide resources such as: groceries, shoes, clothing, medicine, school supplies, toiletries, doctor's exams, special gifts and cash for specific needs. If you would like to volunteer to be a "giver", please email Stacey Slaski at email@example.com. If you or someone you know could benefit from the Angel Network's help, please contact Mrs Ringer at firstname.lastname@example.org or 610-965-1626 ext 33008
1.Birthdays - Due to the increase in food sensitivity and allergies,we are no longer going to allow food birthday treats in our classrooms at Shoemaker. Knowing how important birthdays are to our students, we will continue to recognize student birthdays on our PTO monthly birthday board displayed in the hallway of the lobby area. Additionally, if you are interested, you may send in non-edible "treats" for your child's class on his or her birthday.
2, Celebrations - Other classroom celebrations, dates and healthy food items, will be arranged at the discretion of each classroom teacher. Please pay close attention to communication from your child's teacher regarding those special events.
Parents: We ask that you please park your car in a parking space if you will be at school for any extended period of time. Please do not block the drop off lane.We also kindlly ask that children only get on and off buses at their assigned bus stop unless there is a bus pass. Thank You!
Attenton Parents: We need to collect 2 tons of paper per month! Did you know that you can recycle paper, newspapers, catalogs, magazines, junk mail, weekly advertisement circulars, TV Guides, folders, construction and poster paper, shredded paper, spiral notebook/theme books, office and school mail 24 hours a day 7 days a week at our school? Did you also know that we earn money for paper that is dropped off at our school in the green and yellow recycling bin?
Shoemaker Elementary School and the community as a team, will teach students how to learn while providing academic opportunities and direction so that every student will achieve his/her highest potential and be prepared for life in a changing world. We will create and maintain a safe environment with a nurturing and knowledgeable staff.