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    Family Bulletin
    Posted on 09/20/2020
    Q&A Time

    Upcoming Dates:

    Hazel Wolf Office Hours – The office is open for phone calls from 9:00 – 3:00 pm every day.  We cannot guarantee that there will be someone available to hand off individual supplies and materials unless it has been pre-arranged between the teacher/admin/office staff.

    Sept 29 (Tue) 6th Grade Q&A, 5:00 pm
    7th/8th Grade Q&A, 6:00 pm
    Sept 30 (Wed) MS Library Curbside Pick Up, 2:30 – 4:00 pm

    Oct 1 (Thur) Town Hall with SPS School Board Directors, 6:30 pm
    Oct 6 (Tue) 4th Grade Q&A, 5:00 pm
      5th Grade Q&A, 6:00 pm
    Oct 8 (Thur) 1st / 2nd Grade Q&A, 5:00 pm
      3rd Grade Q&A, 6:00 pm
    Oct 14 (Wed) PTSA General Session Meeting, 6:30pm
    Oct 20 – 23 Picture Days

    New Information

    1. Middle School Schedule Clarity – Attached to this email is a color coded, hopefully easier to understand MS daily schedule. 

    2. Classroom Chats – Please continue to remind your students that the chat is limited to academic focused work.  There should be no gifs, emojis, off topic conversation, videos or polls.  For those who are really struggling to not engage in the chat, we may need to contact parents directly.  Chats are for students only, not parents please.

    3. 5th Grade (possibly 4th Grade) Elementary Instrumental Music (EIM) - We are excited to offer Elementary Instrumental Music (EIM) to your 5th Grade Student! My name is Eric Stevens, and I’ll be your EIM teacher this year. The program is for 5th graders and for 4th graders if space is available. Instruments we teach are Violin, Cello, Flute, Clarinet, Trumpet, and Trombone.
    EIM is an opt-in program that students and families choose to participate in. Classes are scheduled during the day, and students leave their regular classrooms to go to EIM one day per week.
    How do I enroll my child for EIM?   You have 2 options:
    1. PREFERRED method: Online signup. Use the enrollment link below.
    2. ALTERNATIVE method: PDF. Email me, Nathaniel Oxford, at , and I will send you the pdf document to fill out and return.
    DUE DATE: Friday, October 2, 2020
    Please submit your registration by this date. Late registrations may not be accepted.
    Please know, the enrollment process for EIM is a lottery model to support equitable access within the boundaries of the program. This means, if more students submit enrollment forms than spaces allow, there is a chance a student might not be able to do the program.
    I will get back to all families that enrolled to let you know if your child will be in EIM this year and what instrument they will play.    Sincerely, Eric Stevens aka Steve-O

    4. Grade Level/Grade Band Q&A Nights – We have set up several dates for Grade Level Q&A nights. Pre-registration required. Please see links below.
    September 29 (Tues):  6th Grade at 5pm
                                     7th and 8th at 6pm

    October 6 (Tues):         4th Grade at 5pm

    5th Grade at


    October 8 (Thur):  1st and 2nd at 5pm

                                3rd grade at 6pm

    5. What issues are important to you? Your voice matters! The WA State PTA Legislative Assembly will meet Oct. 24-25, 2020, to vote on the Top 5 Legislative Priorities for the next two years. Prior to the vote, there is an e-survey open to the entire Hazel Wolf K-8 community to provide feedback on what issues should be the top legislative priorities. Learn more here:

    1. Picture Day - Picture Days will be October 20-23, from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm. This year Yuen Lui photographers will be taking our staff and students pictures.
    Families can start booking for school pictures here: The Yuen Lui studio is located at 924 NE 63rd Street. You can also contact them at, if you have questions.
    All of our information about studio pictures this fall are on our webpage dedicated to Hazel Wolf K-8 here:

    2. Flu Shots - Flu shots for Seattle Public Schools students (regardless of insurance) are available through School-Based Health Centers.
    Visiting Nurse Association is also offering 32 “drive-through” flu clinics at 16 school sites starting September 21-October 2. SPS students and their families, and staff and their families can sign up for an appointment at:
    All School Public Schools insurance, Apple Health, Medicare and credit cards are accepted.

    3. Complete Start of School forms: Please use the link below to complete this year's "Start of School" documents:
    After you completed the forms please send them to:

    4. Library Curbside Pick-Up – Hazel Wolf Library Announces Our First Curbside Checkout!!!
    Starting this week Hazel Wolf students should be able to go to the Hazel Wolf Library Catalog (called Destiny Discover) and select books for remote checkout to be picked up at school next week. The following document and video will show families and students how to put a hold on books at the library using their district ipads and laptops.  There are two ways to learn how to put a book on hold.

    Watch the video:  OR Read the PDF document below:
    Be sure to select Hazel Wolf K-8 as your library when you are on the Follett sign in page.
    Students will be able to put up to 5 books on hold.

    6-8 grade Students:
    - They will be able to place their holds on books up until Monday, Sept. 28th at 3pm.
    - Pick up books on Wed, Sept. 30th at 2:30-4:00pm.

    Important Safety Information for Book Pickup at Hazel Wolf:
    - Please wear masks at all times
    - Maintain 6 feet of distance between family groups
    - Line up at the fence/gate to the right of the office and use hand sanitizer
    - Follow arrows along the building to the Covered Basketball Court
    - The Librarian will help 2nd through 5th grade students gather their books, then they will follow the arrows to the exit through the gate on the SE side of the court.
    - Kinder and 1st grade students will follow the arrows to the Picture Book displays along the far wall.
    - K-1 Students can not touch books while browsing, staff will help students to choose books then they will check out books before exiting the gate on the far side of the court.
    - Bins will also be provided for returning library books from last year.

    5. SPS Tech Resource Centers Open for Walk-ins and Appointments at Nathan Hale HS - Students and families can make appointments by calling Student Tech Line at: 206-252-0100 or email: Nathan Hale High School, 10750 30th Ave NE. Parking is available on 110th. Mon. AND Weds: 9 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. Closed for Lunch: 11 - 11:30am. Find details here.

    6. Volunteer as a HW Parent Wolf Pack Lead - We still need more volunteers to make this program a success! Please fill out this Google Form. If you’re on the fence and have more questions, you can email Adrienne at

    This year, instead of homeroom reps, we are looking for volunteers to serve as “Parent Wolf Pack” Leads. We are organizing smaller groups of families that can more easily connect and communicate with each other with the support of a Lead volunteer. To be a part of this program, be sure to opt-in to sharing your contact info with other families when your child’s teacher or parent volunteer asks. Read more details about the program here.

    7. Follow-up Virtual Town Hall with SPS School Board Directors - Thursday, October 1 at 6:30pm with Chandra Hampson, Brandon Hersey and Liza Rankin. Pre-registration is required:

    8. Join us at the HW PTSA General Session Meeting – Wed, October 14 at 6:30pm. Join us for our first meeting of this school year. Pre-registration is required:

    9. Family Support Team Update – We are still accepting donations for our pantry for HW families who need extra support. Please check the Target wishlist. Also, we need more drivers for Family Support deliveries on Tuesday and Friday weekly. You can sign up to join our text group and we send a text each week to see who is available. Please contact Tracy at Also, if you need food support, please don’t hesitate to email or complete this form:

    10. Reflections Art Contest - Open to K-8 students. More details are available on the PTSA blog. Deadline is Fri, Oct. 30. Questions? Contact

    11. SPS Meal Sites Open for ALL SPS Families – Open Monday-Friday, 11:15 a.m. – 1:15 p.m. Pick up sack breakfasts and lunches prepared by our central kitchen. Available for ALL students, parents and guardians. Students do not need to be in attendance.
    List of all sites here: