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    FREAKY FRIDAY Performance Mar 21 at 4:30, Mar 22 at 4:30 and 7:00, and Mar 23 at 1:00. * MS Orchestra Festival @ Whitman MS (Fieldtrip) March 21* ELL Family Night March 27 @ 6:00 *Y Summer Camp and Camp Invention registration is open
    Posted on 03/17/2019
    Brook Einstein Picture Hazel Wolf Principal Bulletin
    Mar 18, 2019

    Upcoming Dates
    Mar 21   MS Orchestra Festival (all day)
    Mar 21 Freaky Friday Performance 4:30 pm
    Mar 22 Freaky Friday Performance 4:30 pm and                             7:00 pm
    Mar 23 Freaky Friday Performance 1:00 pm
    Mar 27 ELL Family Event 6:00 pm
    Mar 28 MS Music Concert 7:00 pm
    Mar 30 Auction!

    New Information
    1.  A HUGE "Thank You" to families to purchase books from the Racial Equity Team book list. Next, we will put together a list of books under the topic of LGBTTQQIAAP. All of these books will be added to the school library. If you would like any specific books to come home with your child, email Debi Fournier: demandel@seattleschools.org

    2.  K-5 Movie Night (sponsored by ASB)  - April 5th, 6:15 – 8:30.  Movie options in different locations, will include Wreck it Ralph 1, Master Showman, and the live version of Beauty and the Beast.  Admission is $5 per student (scholarships are available), and donations for parents.  All students must be accompanied by an adult.

    3.  Parents Supporting Parents: Anxiety – Next parent group meeting is on April 1st at 7:00 pm in the Hazel Wolf library. The topic is anxiety so bring your resources and questions. However, conversation is not restricted to anxiety and you can ask about any topic you’d like. The last meeting date of the year is June 3rd and will focus on how to prep kids for the summer and next grade. Email elliskatherinem@gmail.com if you need childcare or have any questions.

    4.  Spring Food Drive is Coming – Watch your kidmail for information on the Spring Food drive. We will be collecting food March 25 – April 1. 

    5.  ELL Family Night - The ELL Committee, ELL Dept. and PTSA are planning an ELL Family Night for March 27th. This is an event where ELL Families come together for dinner, games and an art activity.  Families are invited to take home free books and games at the end of the night. We hosted this event last fall and it was great fun!
     
    6.  Do you have gently used or new books or games that you would like to donate?  We could use board games, card games, etc. and books for levels K-8.  If you have blocks or legos that you would like to share, please provide a box with a lid to go with them. A basket for donations will be in the office through March 22.

    Reminders
    1.  7th Grade Parents- if you have not already, please fill out the permission slip and make a payment toward our May 3rd field trip to the Wing Luke Museum (form and details available on Schoology). 
    Also, if your schedule (and child) allow, we would love to have your assistance as a chaperone! Please contact Ms. Riippa at: kcriippa@seattleschools.org.

    2.  YMCA Summer and Fall Planning – Y Summer Camp reservations are now open. All camps and descriptions can be found on ykids.org, we offer camps for ages 5-15, and provide a variety of shuttle stops to our Magnuson Park location. Reserve your spot for just $15 per week!  

    Also you can now complete your reservation for the Kid's University Enrichment Pass for the 2019-2020 school year. $50 now reserves your spot! By class families will get to sign up in May or June.  Return the form to universityprograms@seattleymca.org or at the University Family YMCA. 

    3.  Camp Invention at Hazel Wolf – This summer, help your child discover their innovative spirit at Camp Invention! Hazel Wolf K-8 will be a host site again this summer during the week of July 8. Our very own Ms. Cater is Camp Director this year!

    Camp Invention gives students entering grades K-6 the opportunity to learn through hands-on activities and build skills during fast-paced, high-energy games! Learn more about this year’s program at: youtube.com/NationalInventorsHallofFame_NIHF!  

    Register at INVENT.org/camp!  
    Save $25 if you register by 3/22/19 by using code INNOVATE25   

    4.  Black Lives Matter at Hazel Wolf T-shirts – A few special t-shirts are available to support our school’s commitment to Black Lives Matter. Shirts are $15 each. If you are interested in purchasing one please contact Ms. Nelsen.

    5.  Our Auction Decorator is Feelin' Groovy and needs your help!

    Easy: bring clean glass jars to collection basket in the office!

    Fun for kids: Do some finger weaving! Students are welcome to use their own yarn or grab a ball from the office. Instructions are available with the yarn or just use these helpful links!
    Website Tutorial: https://www.undercoverclassroom.com/finger-weaving/
    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h3BEgP5s9Pg

    Fun for older students and adults: Join Jessica for crafting time! Meet some other HWK8 grownups and help make paper flowers and macrame candle lanterns. There may even be some tie-dying!

    Crafting Sessions on SATURDAY, 3/23 in the evenings. Email jesky.ribera@gmail.com for location and times.

    Tickets: - Have you bought your tickets to the best party of year? Come out for an evening of games, dinner, socializing, and silent auction and live auction fun. Go to the auction website at https://hazelwolfk8.org/auction to buy your tickets.

    Volunteers: We still need help to make the event successful. Sign up for a volunteer opportunity here: www.tinyurl.com/hwauctionvolunteer.