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April 25, 2022 Weekly Bulletin

Upcoming Dates:

April 27 PTSA Board Meeting
May 6 Spirit Day (Animal Day) / Buddy Day
May 18 PTSA General Session
May 25 Multi-Cultural Night 5:00 pm (Outdoor playcourt)
June 2 Music Concert – 4th/5th and MS 7:00 pm (Auditorium)
June 3 Dance – 7th and 8th Graders 6:00 – 8:00 pm (Auditorium)

1.Transportation Update – Most of you have probably heard that due to shortages of bus drivers and funding, there is a proposal that our bussing moves to three tiers. This means schools would start at either 7:30, 8:30 or 9:30. At this time, K-8s have been put in the third tier, meaning our schedule would be 9:30 – 4:00. There are a couple of you who like this, but for most, this is less than ideal. If this truly is the final outcome, we will be discussing ways we can best support families.

2.Wolf Pack Spotlight – We are launching the Wolf Pack Spotlight. This is a new way we can connect and spotlight members of our community. Students and their family create short videos (1-3 mins. max) sharing something that is important to them (traditions, food, games, holidays, family stories, etc.). A few students video clips will be combined to create a video that will be shared in class and with our community. This will help us learn about and celebrate our school community. We aim to create these each month during the school year. Please email with any questions.

3.Summer Bridge Program – The UW Women’s Center to help plan our annual Summer Bridge Program Rising 9th and 10th grade. This program is a part of our high school college-readiness program, Making Connections, and runs for two weeks in July to help introduce rising 9th/10th graders to various career paths and aid them in developing academic and professional skills.

This year, the program will be held from July 11th – July 15th & July 18th – July 22nd from 11 am to 2 pm. As of now, we are planning a hybrid format with both online and in-person activities. These activities will provide students with the opportunity to explore different career opportunities by hearing and learning from real industry workers. In past years, we have visited offices such as Facebook, Google, Sound Transit, and Miller Hull Architecture. Our program has a particular focus on STEM paths but is open to all interested and curious students.

4.Family Skating Party – Join us for our school skate party at Lynnwood Bowl & Skate on Friday May 27th 5pm-7pm. Admission is $8 for skates & $12 for inlines. Contact Sabra Warren with questions or for scholarships:

5.Bishop Blanchet Summer Camps for Rising K – 9th Graders – Soak in the summer fun at Bishop Blanchet! Registration is open for in-person camps in athletics, academics, and the arts at BBHS.
Athletics Camps run throughout the summer and include cross country, cheer (K-8), basketball, flag football, freshman football, lacrosse, soccer, and volleyball.

The Discovery Learning Camp (gr 5 – 8) runs July 18 – 22. This is a full-day immersive experience where students choose to attend three class sessions in STEM, art, music, drama, social justice, outdoor activities, and more. Lunch supervision is provided.

The BBHS Study Skills Camp (gr 5 – 9) runs August 15 – 18. This camp helps students develop time management, organization, study strategies, and planning skills to increase success in the classroom.
Multi-camp and sibling discounts are available. Register

6.Arriving at School – We have noticed that families are arriving on foot and by car later each morning. This causes traffic back-up and delay. Arriving earlier (before 8:50) is much appreciated!

7.Taking Care of our Trees – Ouch, our trees are hurting! During drop off and pick up, students are climbing in our trees. Please closely supervise your children during this time so they are not pulling on branches, breaking branches or climbing trees.

8.Field Day Volunteers – If you want to volunteer for Field Day or other PTSA events for this year and next, email Tracy Buckingham at to be added to the volunteer list.

9.Multicultural Night – Save the date for Wednesday, May 25th. Bring a dish, a game, traditional clothing, or something else you’d like to share. Please come even if you’re not eating or bringing anything. Come be in community!

10.Hall of Fame – Session 5 runs Monday, April 25th-Friday, June 17th. Registration ends on Friday April 29th for Session 5 of Hall of Fame Team Camp After School Programs!
Families may choose from Hall of Fame-led or partner-led classes:

Hall of Fame Pokemon Training Camp, Coding Kidz, Volleyball, Lego Mania, Arts & Crafts, Gaga Ball, Choose Your Own Adventure

Partners – Kids’ Carpentry—FULL, Cardboard Engineering—FULL, Chess Club, Hip Hop Kids

Check out our website to register: Hall of Fame Team Camp at Hazel Wolf K-8. Please reach out to for general questions and for information on scholarships.


1.Order your Hazel Wolf 2021-2022 Yearbook! – The 2021-2022 Hazel Wolf K-8 yearbook is a 52-page, full color book of memories of students and staff. Order your copy now through May 2, 2022! The books will be shipped to the school in early June. $20

Link opens on Mar 28th.


2.Joining the parent Racial Equity Committee — We are looking for Black, Brown, Indigenous family members to join this team! While we do have members who are White, we intentionally focus on the voices of Black, Brown and Indigenous families and students. If you are interested, please contact Zoe and Gloria at

3.LGBTQ BIPOC Group for youth – Hosted by Lambert House, an activity and resource center for  lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ+) youth ages 11-22, the group is held via zoom on Sundays from 5-6. You can sign up  through

4.Hazel Wolf PTSA has a few open positions! If you are interested in a starting position or maybe something to fill up more of your time, we have openings for you!

Co-Treasurer – monthly bank statement reviews and tax related things (IRS, WA state and resale license) – 2 hours a month approximately- you would be helping the current treasurer.

Co-Family Support – oversee and find leads for Coat Drive, Weekly Backpack Food Program, Food Drives and snack drive.

Marketing/Communications Co-Coordinator -need 2-3 more people, we have 1 person already – kidmail, website & email (Facebook, PTSA website), school communications. Check in with board coordinators and ask for updates.

Vice President – Operations – Provide support to Membership Coordinator, Community Outreach Coordinator, Legislative Coordinator & Family Support Coordinator. Review new project proposals. Assist the president.

All positions can be shared with another person. Please contact Tracy Buckingham at: []( for questions or information on the position(s)