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  • December


    Mrs. Brittany Theimer
    A Weiss School Theater Department Fundraiser 
    Event Details: Parents! Need a date night? Holiday shopping to finish? No problem! The Middle School Theater Department and a crew of Weiss School staff members are hosting a Parents' Night Out on Friday, December 16, 2022, from 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm. This is open for EC - 2nd-grade students. Students can come for a Winter Pajama Party for fun, games, snacks, and a movie. The cost is $25 a student, which can be paid by cash or check (please make checks out to The Weiss School). Mrs. Eissey will be collecting the registrations and payments. 
    If you have any questions, please email
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  • The Holiday Shop & Cocoa Cafe

    Brittany Theimer
    Tuesday, December 13th - Thursday, December 15th
    Your child will have the opportunity to shop for their family and friends for the upcoming holiday season. Please send your child with cash or a check made out to The Weiss School during their shopping day. A schedule of times will be posted in our next newsletter.
    Please click the link below if you are able to volunteer for our Holiday Shop & Cafe: 
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  • November

    School Closure Update - No Virtual Learning Tomorrow

    Dr. Tammy Ferguson
    Dear Families:

    Due to the latest update from the Weather Channel, Tropical Storm Nicole is expected to upgrade to a Category 1 Hurricane before coming on shore tonight. We are expecting major power outages which will cause disruption to our virtual learning platform. Therefore, The Weiss School will officially be closed on Thursday, November 10th. We plan to reopen our campus on Monday, November 14th.
    Please continue to use the link below to follow all updates on Tropical Storm Nicole:
    Happy Veterans Day & Please Stay Safe!
    The Weiss School Administrative Team
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  • October

    Quarter 2 Aftercare & Clubs - Registration Opens 10/11/22

    Celia Eissey
    Click Here to View Q2 Club Offerings: 2nd Quarter 22-23
    Quarter 2 Aftercare & Clubs will begin on Monday, October 17th
    Need to Know: 
    • If you currently have a balance due in ProCare you will be required to pay this balance before your registration for Quarter 2 aftercare and clubs is processed. Please log into your account using the “Existing Families” link below to view and pay your balance.
    • Registration must be completed each quarter to attend both aftercare and clubs. Students will not be able to attend clubs if they are not registered for that club each quarter.
    • If your child is not registered for aftercare, a daily drop-in rate of $25 will be billed to your account.
    • Aftercare is open until 6:00 pm, and a late fee will be billed to you if your child is not picked up by 6:00 pm.
    • Space is limited in some clubs and students will be placed in clubs in the order registrations are received. If you submit a registration for a club, but the club is full, you will be notified via email and given the available club options to replace your selection.
    New to Weiss? If you are new to our Weiss family, please take a moment and create your account in our ProCare system by clicking on the “New Families” link below. You must complete this step and be approved in our system before you will be able to register for clubs and aftercare. 
    New Families:
    Existing Accounts:
    Please email Celia Eissey at with any questions.
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  • Weiss School "Spook the Halls" Event

    Mrs. Brittany Theimer
    Monday, October 31st - Noon Dismissal Day
    WHO: EC - 8th Grade Students
    WHEN: Monday, October 31, 2022
    WHERE: Students will visit elective teachers and administrative offices
    ATTIRE: Halloween costumes (No weapons or costume masks allowed)

    Backpacks are not required. Bags will be provided for Trick-or-Treating!
    To help us with our special event, we would be so grateful for Weiss School families to drop off a bag of candy at car line next week! We will distribute the candy evenly amongst the staff members who are participating. We are excited for our students to have a fun-filled half-day!  
    Thank you to our Weiss School parents who have offered their time to decorate our campus for "Spook the Halls!" We appreciate all you do to help make our events extra special for our students. Parents are welcome to join us for the Trick-or-Treat event!
    Schedule of "Trick or Treating"
    9:00-9:30 Early Childhood Trick-or-Treating
    9:15-9:45 Primary Trick-or-Treating
    9:30-10:00 Intermediate Trick-or-Treating
    9:45-10:15 Middle School Trick-or-Treating
    ***When not "Trick-or-Treating," students will remain with their homeroom teacher until dismissal.
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  • 2nd Quarter Lunch Menu Options

    Mrs. Brittany Theimer
    Please download the two 2nd quarter lunch options below and return your child's completed forms to Ms. Varty by Friday, October 7th.  We will give all students the chance to change their lunch options until Friday, October 28th, and then, unfortunately, we won't be able to make any adjustments until the 3rd quarter. If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Kelly Varty at
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  • 8th Grade Parent Zoom Meeting

    Ms. Brittany Bilous
    If you are interested in discussing your 8th grader’s high school progression plan, please join Ms. Bilous and Mrs. Evans on October 6th at 5:30 PM for a brief discussion of Weiss school report and document retrieval, testing requirements, public and private high school application processes, and other items regarding your child’s high school career.  The meeting will be held via Zoom and will last approximately one hour.  
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  • Parent Coffee Talk

    Dr. Tammy Ferguson
    Thursday, October 6, 2022, from 8:30 AM - 10:00 AM
    Location: Media Center
    If attending, please email Mrs. Pam Tripp at
    “Supporting Your Families Mental Health During Turbulent Times”
    Presenter: Dr. Patricia Gatto-Walden
    With the COVID-19 pandemic taking its toll on the world, social and emotional needs have come front and center.  As uncertainty has surrounded us for several years, we have done the best we could to take care of ourselves and our families.  A further challenge has been to make sense of a new normal which includes zoom, political, environmental, and pandemic fatigue. Instability, insecurity, and unpredictably have affected every member of our family, and particularly our sensitive, gifted and/or twice-exceptional children.  These turbulent times require adult knowledge and skills on how to establish and maintain our own mental health, and in turn, a depth of understanding of how to positively support the mental health of our sensitive children.
    Empirically-based strategies of self-care will be enumerated.  Insights gathered from a survey conducted of 400 gifted 5th-12th students in Florida and Colorado on “what they worried about the most” and “what they need help with right now” will be shared.  How to support the needs of your gifted children to build their sense of inner security and resiliency will be highlighted.  There will be allotted time for questions and answers. 
    Learning Objectives: 
    1. Parents will feel supported in a group setting as they discover commonality of personal, family, and children mental health challenges during these turbulent times.
    2. Essentials of self-care for positive mental health will be enumerated.
    3. Deepened understanding of what gifted children say are their greatest worries and needs at this unparalleled time.
    4. Integrate what gifted children say they need from parents to feel safe and thrive.
    5. Learn ways to build one’s own and your children’s self-confidence and resiliency. 
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  • September

    Campus Will Reopen Tomorrow!

    Dr. Tammy Ferguson
    After reviewing the latest forecast for Palm Beach Gardens, The Weiss School campus will reopen tomorrow for all EC-8th grade students. Tropical storm warnings are set to expire at 8:00 AM. We will continue to offer the virtual option for all K-8 students if you choose to keep your child at home. Again, all student absences will be excused if students are unable able to join their classes via Zoom. Hot lunches, aftercare, and clubs are still on as usual. Thank you for a wonderful virtual learning day - we had very minimal technical disruption to learning and provided normalcy for our gifted students throughout the day. This plan is subject to change if the forecast changes and weather deteriorates. 

    Please use the following link to monitor weather conditions in your area: CLICK HERE

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  • Hurricane Ian Update

    Dr. Tammy Ferguson
    Dear Weiss School Families:
    Our clubs and aftercare programs will remain open this afternoon. Our athletic director, Coach Hier, will contact parents regarding athletic practices and events throughout the week.
    Our top priority is to ensure the safety of our students, staff members, and the entire school community. Tomorrow, September 28th, our campus will be closed due to tropical storm force winds. The Weiss School will hold all K-8 classes via Zoom from 8:30 - 3:30, following their normal eight-period schedule.  Unfortunately, there is not a Zoom option for our early childhood students.
    All student absences will be excused tomorrow if students are not able to join their classes tomorrow on Zoom. We will continue to monitor and provide updates regarding Thursday.
    We apologize for any inconvenience.
    Dr. Tammy Ferguson
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  • Dads Take Your Child to School Day - September 22nd

    Mrs. Brittany Theimer
    Thursday, September 22, 2022
    8:00 AM - 8:30 AM
    Dads are encouraged to drop off their child through the car line
    Dads can grab a donut and shop at the Book Fair with their child
    The Dads Take Your Child to School Day initiative highlights and supports fatherhood engagement in education by helping schools foster this important connection with fathers and father figures. Research indicates engaging dads, brothers, uncles, father figures, other significant male role models, and male mentors increases student success in numerous ways.
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  • The Scholastic Fall Book Fair

    Mrs. Brittany Theimer
    DATES: September 19-23, 2022
    LOCATION: Media Center
    TIMES: Monday - Thursday 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM / Friday 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
    Students can pay using cash, a check written out to The Weiss School, or eWallet funds!
    Additional volunteering times have been added. Please only select one time slot so that multiple families have an opportunity to volunteer! Thank you!
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  • August & September Birthday Breakfast Celebration

    Mrs. Brittany Theimer

    Friday, September 9th at 8:30 AM

    We will be celebrating all August & September birthdays on Friday! We are allowing students to bring in food items as long as they are individually wrapped, healthy, store-bought breakfast items. Teachers will have fun celebrating students, and the administrative staff will be making classroom visits! Parents are welcome to join the fun! If you would like your child to be featured on our upcoming Friday Morning Show to celebrate their special day, please email a photo of your child to be featured in our Happy Birthday celebration to
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  • August

    Parent/Teacher Conference Day

    Brittany Theimer
    Friday, September 2, 2022
    8:30 AM - 3:30 PM
    Childcare is provided for EC-2nd Grade Weiss School students in the Media Center.
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  • School Forms are Due

    Mrs. Brittany Theimer
    In order to have all updated information on your student and the confirmation of school policies, The Weiss School has created several 2022-2023 Back To School forms that must be completed via the myWeiss portal by tomorrow, August 26, 2022 (i.e. authorized pickup, emergency contacts, medical form, etc.). Due to the importance of the information contained on these forms, we are asking that a parent or guardian complete these form(s) as soon as possible so that The Weiss School has the most accurate information on file. If you have a student who is enrolled in 3rd - 8th grade, there are several forms that also require your student to review and sign in addition to parent(s)/guardian(s) signing the forms.
    Please log into your myWeiss profile at to view and complete the form(s). After you log into myWeiss, the form(s) that need to be completed will be listed at the top of the page highlighted in a yellow bar. Please click the link to complete the form(s). 
    **Additionally, if you have not already done so, please also ensure that each parent and/or guardian has updated their individual profile in myWeiss to set privacy settings and also to select the type of email/text messaging notifications that you would like to receive from The Weiss School
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  • The Weiss School Fall Book Fair - Parent Volunteers Needed

    Mrs. Brittany Theimer
    DATES: September 19-23, 2022
    TIMES: Monday - Thursday 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM / Friday 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
    (Each homeroom class will have two scheduled times to shop throughout the week. Students will also be able to shop during lunch/recess.)
    WHERE: Media Center
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  • PA Auction Committee Meeting

    Parents' Association
    WHEN: Friday, September 9th at 9:15 AM
    WHERE: Cafeteria
    We are so excited to have our Annual Auction back this year! We need volunteers to help make this special event successful. We are looking for parent volunteers to:
    *Secure and organize donation items
    *Enter donation items into our auction software
    *Label winning bids on auction items
    If interested in volunteering, please contact Michele Scott at
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  • July

    New Families - Welcome to the Weiss School

    Brittany Theimer
    "The Wolverine Weekly" is our school newsletter that is sent out each Thursday afternoon to keep families informed throughout the school year. During the next few weeks, a parent from our Welcoming Committee will be contacting you to review Frequently Asked Questions, and important information will be emailed throughout the next few weeks to help you prepare for the upcoming 2022-2023 school year. We are so excited that parents are already reaching out for volunteer opportunities. A list of events will be sent out in our next newsletter. Our team is looking forward to meeting you in August! If you have any specific questions before school starts, please contact the team member below:

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  • May

    Attention Incoming 3rd - 5th Grade Students

    Mrs. Brittany Theimer
    Next week we begin the scheduling process for all student schedules for the upcoming 2022-2023 school year. The intermediate students are enrolled in many exciting courses; however, we allow 3rd-5th grade students to select their foreign language and music courses. All 3rd-5th grade students will be automatically enrolled in Spanish and Band. If you would like to switch out for Mandarin and Music or Piano, please email Mrs. Theimer at
    If you have any specific scheduling concerns that need to be addressed, please get in touch with our scheduling staff below as soon as possible: 
    EC-Fifth Grade Students: Mrs. Brittany Theimer at
    Middle School Students: Mrs. Susan Evans at
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  • Summer Reading for the 2022-2023 School Year

    Mrs. Brittany Theimer
    Students Entering Kindergarten: Please read a minimum of ten picture books. Please encourage your child to sound out and blend any words that they do not recognize by sight. Have your child practice reading high-frequency words. These strategies will help your child to become a confident and successful reader.  
    Students Entering 1st-2nd Grade2022 Primary Summer Reading
    Students Entering 3rd-5th Grade2022 Summer Reading 3-5
    Middle School Students: 2022 Summer Reading 6-8
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  • Keeping Our Campus Healthy

    Mrs. Brittany Theimer
    Dear Weiss School Families:
    A late flu season is upon us and it is our goal to keep our campus as healthy as possible. We had two reported cases over the weekend. A middle school student and a student from early childhood. During the last four weeks, the percent of influenza-positive laboratory results have increased in Palm Beach County. Influenza A(H3) is the most common subtype identified. Please read the "Florida Flu Review" link below for more information:
    Teachers have been asked to send students who have symptoms listed below to the front office to call home. A student who shows symptoms of the flu should not be on our school campus. Students must stay home if he/she has any of the following respiratory/influenza like symptoms or has been diagnosed with the flu: 
    • A fever or has had a fever during the previous 24 hours
    • A heavy, nasal discharge
    • A persistent cough
    • Vomiting and intestinal issues such as diarrhea
    • Red eye with discharge and/or crusty eyelashes
    • Body ache
    The teachers will continue their diligence in having students wash their hands regularly along with keeping their classrooms cleaned and disinfected. Also, our custodial services are cleaning and disinfecting daily. Please contact Nurse Carmack at immediately if your child has a confirmed case of the flu. 
    Stay healthy!

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  • April

    Families Please Join Us for End-of-Year Ceremonies

    Mrs. Brittany Theimer
    Tuesday, May 17th at 8:30 AM: 6th - 7th Grade Awards Ceremony
    Tuesday, May 17th at 9:45 AM: 3rd - 5th Grade Awards Ceremony
    Wednesday, May 18th at 8:30 AM: Early Childhood End-of-Year Ceremony
    Wednesday, May 18th at 9:45 AM: K-2nd Grade End-of-Year Ceremony
    WHERE: Cafeteria
    STUDENT ATTIRE: Dress To Impress
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  • 8th Grade Graduation Ceremony

    Mrs. Brittany Theimer
    WHEN: Friday, May 13, 2022, from 5:00 P.M. - 8:00 P.M.
    WHERE: DoubleTree-Palm Beach Gardens
    EVENT ADDRESS: 4431 PGA Boulevard, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
    TICKET COST: $55.00 per person includes Dinner Buffet & Open Bar (Beer & Wine)
    $25.00 for children 10 and under/8th-grade student tickets are complimentary
    DRESS ATTIRE: Dress to Impress
    4:45 P.M. - Class Photo on Stage under Balloons
    5:00 P.M. - Opening Remarks by Dr. Ferguson
    5:10 P.M. - Begin Graduate Speeches & Awards
    6:00 P.M. - Dinner & Dancing 
    6:45 P.M. - Continue Graduate Speeches & Awards
    7:45 P.M. - Closing Statement by Dr. Ferguson & Dancing
    8:00 P.M. - Closing of Ceremony
    *A recording of the event will be available for at-risk families who can not attend the event.*
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  • Please Join Us Tomorrow for our Monthly Parent COVID Meetings

    Dr. Tammy Ferguson

    Dr. Tammy Ferguson and Nurse Carmack are inviting you to the scheduled Zoom meetings below:

    Wednesday, April 20, 2022
    Schwarzberg's Class - 9:45 AM
    Early Childhood - 10:00 AM
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  • Spring Scholastic Book Fair

    Mrs. Brittany Theimer
    DATES: Monday, April 25th - Friday, April 29th
    TIMES: Monday - Thursday 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM / Friday 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
    (Each homeroom class will have two scheduled times to shop throughout the week. Students will also be able to shop during lunch/recess.)
    WHERE: Media Center
    Please CLICK HERE if you would like to volunteer for this special event!
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  • Take Your Child to Work Day - Thursday, April 28th, 2022

    Mrs. Brittany Theimer
    Take Your Child to Work Day is a national day that gives children in the United States a glimpse into the working world. If your child will be participating, please email their homeroom teacher and Ms. Kelly Varty at so that we issue your child an excused absence for the day. Weiss School staff members are more than welcome to participate! 
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  • VOTE for The Weiss School - Daily Through April 26th

    Mrs. Brittany Theimer
    Please VOTE for The Weiss School in the Macaroni KID Favorite School Contest! We can win $500, a catered lunch, and more!
    Macaroni KID Palm Beach Gardens/Jupiter wants to help you thank the teachers and staff of your school! Vote for your favorite elementary school, charter or private school today! You may vote for one school daily through April 26, 2022. The school with the most votes will receive $500 from The Gardens Mall and a catered lunch for the faculty and staff from Brio, dessert from Nothing Bundt Cakes PBG, and a yard sign from Card My Yard PBG! In addition, one winner will be chosen randomly from each person that votes and will win an ANNUAL FAMILY PASS to the Cox Science Center and Aquarium!
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  • March

    April Birthday Breakfast Celebration

    Mrs. Brittany Theimer

    Friday, April 1st, 8:30 AM - 9:15 AM

    We will be celebrating all April birthdays on Friday, April 1st! We are allowing students to bring in food items as long as they are individually wrapped, healthy store-bought breakfast items. Teachers will have fun celebrating students, and administrative staff will be making classroom visits! All parents are welcome to join us - masks are optional! If you would like your child to be featured on our upcoming Friday Morning Show to celebrate their special day, please email a photo of your child to be featured in our Happy Birthday celebration to
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  • Field Day 2022

    Mrs. Brittany Theimer
     Friday, March 11, 2022 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
    Dismissal: EC at 11:45 AM & K-8 at 12:00 PM
    We are so grateful for the overwhelming response for volunteering, however we are trying to keep Field Day safe and fun for all of our students. Unfortunately parents can only attend Field Day as a volunteer. All volunteers must check in with Mrs. Pam Tripp and Mrs. Brittany Theimer at 8:15 AM at the west gate entrance on Friday, March 11th.
    • Every student should wear a white T-shirt for the Color Run. Please send your child in comfortable clothing and shoes that can get stained and wet. We also encourage students to wear a hat and sunglasses. You may also want to pack a small towel and change of clothes if your child is staying in aftercare.
    • There is a noon dismissal on Friday, March 11th for all K-8 students, 11:45 am for Early Childhood. Lunch is not served, but snacks and drinks are provided. Please see below.
    • Snacks or drinks to be brought in by each student are assigned by grade and will be contributed to the drink and snack stations. Please send snacks and drinks to the car line by Wednesday, March 9th.
      • Early Childhood, 3rd, 4th, and 5th Grades – Drinks*
      • Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 6th, 7th and 8th Grades – Snacks**
    *Grade Levels Bringing Drinks: Each child is encouraged to bring at least 8 - 12 small waters and/or 12-ounce sports drinks.
    **Grade Levels Bringing Snacks: Each child is encouraged to bring 8 - 12 individually-packaged snacks, such as dried fruit, potato chips, and bananas. All snacks must be store-bought and packaged.
    Questions? Please email the Parents’ Association at
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  • Spirit Week

    Mrs. Brittany Theimer
    Monday, March 28th: Twin Day
    Tuesday, March 29th: Sports Day
    Wednesday, March 30th: Crazy Hair and Sock Day
    Thursday, March 31st: 80’s Day 
    Friday, April 1st: Pajama Day

    *If you choose not to participate on a specific day, please wear your Weiss School Spirit Shirt. 
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  • Terra Nova Testing

    Mrs. Susan Evans
    March 7th – 10th, 8:30 AM to 11:30 AM
    TerraNova testing begins next week. The TerraNova Test is a nationally standardized, norm-referenced achievement test. These tests are commonly used to provide valid, reliable, and unbiased information about students' knowledge in various subject areas and help determine how students are performing on state and national education standards. Test scores help identify an individual student's strengths and the areas that may need additional emphasis. The assessments also provide valuable schoolwide data that enables sound educational decision-making and evaluation of instruction.
    Subject areas include Reading, English Language Arts, Science, and Social Studies. Each test includes sample questions to help students become familiar with the content and format of the tests. All test questions are multiple-choice, and each content area test lasts about 10 to 40 minutes each, depending on grade level.
    Paper-Based Test - If your child attends school virtually, he/she will be unable to participate in the TerraNova. All morning classes are canceled until after lunch.  The regular class schedule will resume after lunch.
    Make-up Testing will be coordinated after the Spring Break. The Weiss School is testing all portions of the TerraNova Complete Battery ELA, Math, Science, and Social Studies. 

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  • February

    Masks Optional for EC Students Begins Monday, Feb. 28th

    Mrs. Brittany Theimer
    Thank you for joining us on our Zoom call today! For those not on today's call, we announced that early childhood students are moving to "mask optional" beginning Monday, February 28th. If you have any questions regarding our updated mask policy, please contact Dr. Tammy Ferguson at
    ANNOUNCEMENT FOR BECK'S CLASS: Beck's Class Act has been rescheduled for Friday, March 25th! We can't wait to see you soon! 
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  • Rotary Student of the Month - Jemma Namath

    Mrs. Brittany Theimer
    Our very own Wolverine, Jemma Namath, has been named Rotary Club of Northern Palm Beach Student of the Month! Jemma has stood out as an exceptional student and contributing member of the Jupiter/Tequesta community.
    At The Weiss School, Jemma’s academic performance is superior. Jemma’s eagerness to learn and be challenged are just a few of her exceptional qualities. She is also involved in extracurricular activities such as cross country and the National Elementary Honor Society. Her academic achievements this school year are displayed through her earning the Head of School Honor Roll. Jemma is a leader and role model for the Weiss student body.
    Jemma is known in her community for helping others with joy. She shows a genuine concern for others and gets along well with everyone. She often volunteers with her family at a local outreach in Tequesta, focusing on environmental conservation.
    Congratulations, Jemma!
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  • Monthly Parent COVID Meetings

    Mrs. Brittany Theimer
    Next Meetings:
    Wednesday, March 23, 2022
    Wednesday, April 20, 2022

    Dr. Tammy Ferguson is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting below:
    Early Childhood: Wednesdays at 10:00 AM
    K-8th Grade: Wednesdays at 10:30 AM
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  • COVID Update - Parents Welcome Back to Campus!

    Dr. Tammy Ferguson
    Dear Families:
    A huge thank you to our Weiss School faculty, parents, and students for helping us to keep our campus healthy. This week we moved to "mask optional" and students and faculty have done a fantastic job of keeping everyone healthy on campus. Our early childhood students will continue to wear masks and will eat outside until further notice. K-8th grade teachers have the option to take their class outside to eat lunch or eat inside due to our upgraded air purification systems in each room. Please see the COVID-19 Dashboard below with our updated cases through February 2nd which indicates that we have not had a positive case since January 21st. I've also included the latest graph from the Johns Hopkins dashboard. As of February 1st, cases have dropped by 123.07% from the previous week - SUCH WONDERFUL NEWS TO SHARE!
    With this information provided below, I feel very comfortable inviting parents back on campus. Thank you so much for your patience while we do this in a gradual manner to ensure the health and safety of all of our Wolverines.

    We will carefully monitor the data and will let you know of any changes to our updated protocol regarding parents being back on campus. Just a friendly reminder that parents are required to wear a mask when inside our building and must check in with Ms. Varty at the front office before entering. Opportunities to visit are listed below:
    • Parent Conferences 
    • Meetings with Administration
    • Parent Association Meetings
    • Coffee Talks 
    • Class Parties (beginning with Valentines' Day celebrations, however, please check with your Homeroom teacher for specific details)
    • Friday Morning Show (beginning February 11th - please see invitations below)
    • Birthday Breakfast (beginning in March)
    • Field Day (March)
    • Book Fair (April)
    • Graduation and Award Ceremonies (May)
    Yours In Education,
    Dr. Tammy Ferguson
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  • January

    Wearing a Mask Outside is Now Optional

    Dr. Tammy Ferguson
    Dear Families:

    Thank you to everyone who has worked so diligently to keep our campus healthy.  I am continuing to study the data (please see chart below), and I just wanted to announce that we will be moving to "mask optional outside" beginning Tuesday, January 25th and "mask optional for inside" beginning Monday, January 31st.
    If you have any questions regarding our mask policy, please contact me at

    Have a great evening!
    Dr. Tammy Ferguson
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  • 3rd - 8th Grade Honor Roll Celebration

    Mrs. Brittany Theimer
    Friday, January 21st at 8:30 AM - Quarter 2 Honor Roll Ceremony
    (During the Friday Morning Show)
    ZOOM ID: 91868224277
    If you have any Honor Roll questions, please email Mrs. Pam Tripp at
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  • Weiss School Results - Palm Beach County Science and Engineering Fair

    Ms. Suzette Milu
    Dear Weiss School Families:
    We are happy to report the Weiss School's results from the Palm Beach County Science and Engineering Fair held on January 6, 2022. We are extremely proud of all of our students! Please congratulate the following students who received the awards listed below:
    • 16 out of 20 students received awards at the Palm Beach County Science and Engineering Fair
    • Six students placed for the state fair in Lakeland, Florida (see descriptions below)
    • Five students earned specialty awards
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  • Updated CDC Protocols - Controlling Spread During Surge

    Dr. Tammy Ferguson
    Dear Weiss School Families:
    I want to thank everyone for being on the Zoom call this morning. Please see the updated information below. Note: Students who test positive will be in isolation for 10 days.
    Daily updates from this point on will be posted to the myWeiss Parent Resource Board.
    Key Terms

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