Home & School Association
The Home and School Association would like to welcome you to the 2022/23 school year. BBE is a special place and the HSA works continually throughout the year to foster a sense of community among our amazing families. Typically, the HSA funds student and family events, assemblies and school programs, and works to enhance the student and faculty experience at BBE. As your student gets started this year, please look for information from us and feel free to reach out with questions. Best wishes for a wonderful year as part of this awesome school community.
2022-23 General HSA Meetings:
General HSA meetings are in the Blue Bell Elementary Library (unless otherwise noted on the school calendar) from 6:30-7:30 on the following dates: 9/21/22, 11/16/22, 1/18/23, 3/15/23, 5/17/23
Support BBE Through Your Purchases
Please consider participating in the programs below to help support the programs run through the Blue Bell Elementary Home and School Association. Your purchases will help fund Assemblies, Family Fun Nights, Breakfast with a Buddy, and much more!
Giant A+ School Rewards
Click here to register your Giant card. Scroll down to the center of the page and select register your card from the red box on the right. Our School Code is 24066. Giant will donate a portion of your purchase to our school.
Click here and sign in to you Amazon account. Select Blue Bell Elementary H&SA as your preferred Charity. When you shop, 0.5% of all eligible purchases will go to Blue Bell!
How to Become a Volunteer
There are many opportunities for family members to become involved in their child’s education through the HSA. If you would like to volunteer, be sure to refer to the WSD Volunteer webpage for the step-by-step process. Thank you!
Executive Board 2022-2023
- President: Caryn Donnelly
- Vice President: Melinda Borrell
- Treasurer: Stephanie Rodemer
- Recording Secretary/Room Parent Coordinator: Kirsten Orechiwsky
Wissahickon Teachers and Staff: Apply for a Learning Grant
Driven by a common mission to support ongoing educational opportunities for Wissahickon students, WEOF and our Home and School Associations use a new Common Grant Application to streamline the grant application and approval process. Grants may be submitted by Wissahickon administrators, teachers, counselors, coaches and class/activity sponsors.
Learning Grant Application Guidelines
Common Grant Application (each WSD school is listed under the Grants tab on the WEOF website)