June 25, 2023 Weekly Bulletin
- June 26 8th Grade Trip – Dave and Busters
- 3rd Grade to Carkeek Park
- June 27 Wheeler and Smith to PSC
- MS E-STEM Career Day
- June 28 Field Day
- June 29 K Promotion 2:00 pm
- 8th Grade Promotion 5:00 pm
- June 30 5th Grade Promotion 9:15 am
- School Out 2:25 pm
All School Announcements
Field Day – Hazel Wolf families! It is forecast to be 74 and sunny on Field Day. Please send your student with a water bottle, appropriate clothing to be outside, and sunscreen. One station is “hair art,” where students can get colored hair spray put in their hair. If you would like to not have your student participate in that one, if for instance you have family pictures or a wedding coming up that you’d rather they not have color possibly left in their hair for a couple days, please discuss that with your child ahead of time. The kids will also be given an Otter Pop brand popsicle at the end of their session. The allergy list didn’t raise any concerns as it is deemed pretty allergy friendly, but if you know your child needs to skip it for health reasons, please let Ms. Sullivan and your child’s classroom teacher know before Wednesday. Ms. Sullivan’s email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lost & Found – Last chance to check the Lost & Found! Items will be out in front of the school on Thursday June 29 from 1-3pm. Anything left over will be donated to charity on Sunday 7/1/23. Thank you!
Summer Opportunities and Supports – see the end of the bulletin.
Last Day Ritual – On the last day staff will be out on Pinehurst to wave good bye to busses for the last time, and cars coming by. Please come through honking and appreciating your teachers and staff who have taken care of your children all year!!
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Middle School Announcements ***
PTSA members can help with end of year fiscal review! The PTSA needs to participate in an end of year fiscal review, likely in mid-July once we have everything done for June. This should be done by people other than the current check signers (treasurers and PTSA president). If you are a PTSA member and would like to help out, please contact email@example.com. Our treasurers will be available to answer questions, find records, etc. You will be contacted with possible dates soon. Thank you for considering!
Additional volunteer opportunities: Please see the full list of volunteer opportunities
In most cases, you do not need to have your school volunteer paperwork completed to help out our school! There are both big and small jobs, the important thing is to just get involved. Questions/ Comments? Please reach out to Christa Kleiner firstname.lastname@example.org 206-335-2497 if you are interested in becoming involved and/or have any other ideas as to how to make our school and community great.
Summer Opportunities & Supports
- Roosevelt Youth Summer Volleyball Camp – This camp provides a safe and fun environment for student athletes to learn the game of volleyball, improve their volleyball skills, gain friends, and have lots of fun! The camp for 3rd to 5th graders is being held July 10-13 from 9am to 12pm in the Roosevelt High School Gym. (The camp for 6th thru 8th graders is full, wait list available). Learn more about Roosevelt Youth Summer Volleyball Camp.
- Camp Invention – Camp Invention® is bringing new, imaginative experiences for grades K-6 back to Hazel Wolf K-8 the week of July 10 to 14! Register for the all-new program, Wonder. Use promo code SUM15 by 5/17/23 to save $15!
- Free Swim Lessons – Registration starts May 16, 2023. Making sure your kids know how to swim is a great way to introduce them to a healthy activity and help protect them from drowning. Your kids may be eligible for free lessons through a new Seattle initiative, Swim Seattle, or through a scholarship from Seattle Parks & Recreation. Sign up for Swim Seattle, contact your local city pool. To learn about Seattle Parks & Recreation swim programs and scholarships, go to Priority Registration for Scholarship Eligible Participants.
- Boys and Girls Club Rainier Vista Summer Camp – limited availability! Flat fee, some scholarships available. 206-436-1890
- Arc of King County hosts summer child care/camps at a number of community centers throughout the city of Seattle including Van Asselt, South Park, Rainier Beach, Jefferson and more! Scholarships are available.
- Kids Co. at Southshore. Weekly summer camps and afterschool care for 2023/2024. Some financial assistance available.
- Activate summer at the Y! Registration is open for summer day camps. Locations include Bailey Gazert Elementary, Concord Elementary and Thurgood Marshall Elementary.
- Launch Summer Learning – Summer Learning at Beacon Hill Elementary, Madrona Elementary, Miller Community Center and Maple Elementary. Some financial assistance is available.
- Learn to play an instrument at Summer Jazz Prep Camp! No experience is required. Sliding scale with free tuition option. Open to any students going into grades 4th through 8th.
- The Play Garden offers a fully inclusive nature-based summer camp experience for kids with disabilities and their typically developing peers. Wait list only for summer camps as of 5/15. Free play time at the Play Garden is available throughout the summer.
- Camp Lucy – Camp Lucy in Seattle is a FREE 10-day learn-to-row camp for girls, that uses rowing as a way to learn social-emotional skills and life skills. Camp Lucy is designed to intentionally increase access to rowing for those who have been historically excluded from rowing, in particular girls, people of color, and those facing socio-economic barriers. Lunch, snacks, and a Camp Lucy t-shirt are provided for all campers, and transportation and gear support is available.
- Seward Park Audubon Summer Day Camp A limited number of 30%, 50% and 100% scholarships available.
- Seattle Children Theater has week long camps throughout the summer. Scholarship and financial aid available.
- Hugo House offers writing workshops for students in 4th-8th grade. Payment is sliding scale.
- The Frye Art Museum is always free!
- The Seattle Asian Art Museum in Volunteer Park is free to children 14 years and younger.
- Discounts are available for all Seattle Art Museums
- Seattle Public Schools offers a week of music for students 5th grade and up. See website for more information.
- Seattle Public Schools also has a list of community partner summer activities
- Seattle Public Library offers the “summer of learning” yearly for students.
- King County libraries offer summer fun to encourage reading
- Kids Bowl Free! Kids get two free games of bowling every day throughout the summer!
- Participating bowling alleys in Washington State where kids bowl free
- Seattle Bouldering Project Summer Camps Up to 50% off tuition for families that need it.
- Cinemark Summer Movies for kids – $1.50 per ticket on Wednesdays at participating Cinemark theaters
- Learn about Metro Flex, an on-demand transit service that provides rides within multiple King County neighborhoods including the Rising Star area! App, Tap, and Go!
- The City of Seattle will offer free summer meals for kids beginning July 5.
- United Way of King County Free Summer Meals.
- Rainier Valley Food Bank All are welcome! Browse shelves and select the items your family prefers. Shopping hours run from 9 am – 11 am and 12 pm – 2 pm on Fridays and Saturdays.
- SODO Community Market. This food bank is open to all! No ID or proof of income required. Located at 1915 4th Ave South. See website for hours.
- ACRS – Asian Counseling and Referral Services 206-695-7510. Distributes foods that cater to Asian American and Pacific Islander diets, including healthy and nutritious staples like rice, tofu, soy milk, noodles, canned proteins and produce. The food bank is located at 800 S Weller St, Seattle , WA 98104.