Nov 14, 2022 Weekly Bulletin
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Dear Families, this was a difficult week in our community. On Wednesday morning I met with staff, and we discussed how we were feeling after the Ingraham shooting the day before, and how we would address it with the students. At the younger grades we decided to only discuss it if it was brought up, and at the older grades we intentionally started the morning with 1st period community circles to allow students to talk about how they were feeling. At lunch on Friday, we had a poster for kids to write messages to the Ingraham community saying Hazel Wolf K-8 was holding them close to our heart. Thank you for helping your students through this time.
Nov 14 Read-a-Thon begins
Nov 17/18 Staff Appreciation – Pie Day
Nov 21 – 23 No School – Conferences
Nov 24 – 25 No School – Thanksgiving Break
Dec 2nd Spirit Day (pajamas)/Buddy Day
Dec 8th Field Trip – MS Drama and Art to Pacific Northwest Ballet
Dec 10th Show Choir Caroling at Barnes and Nobles 3:30 – 6:00 pm
Show Choir Green Lake Pathway of Lights 6:30 pm
Dec 13th Middle School Winter Concert 7:00 pm
Dec 14th Kindergarten Winter Concert 5:30 pm
1st Grade Winter Concert 6:30 pm
Dec 16th 1 hr Early Release 2:25 pm
Dec 19 – Jan 2 Winter Break – No School
All School Announcements
1.Conferences (Reminder) – Sign up for a Parent Teacher conference, which will take place prior to the Thanksgiving break.
2.Student Illness (Reminder) – It is that time of year and colds, flu, RSV and covid are all around us. Please see the attached symptom flowchart for deciding when to test and/or keep your student home. If you need access to tests, please reach out to Cammy. Even if your student has tested negative for flu, RSV and/or COVID and they continue to have significant symptoms (fever, deep or very frequent cough, runny nose, sore throat or congestion) they need to stay home. They can return to school if no fever within the past 24 hours and not on medication and also when their other symptoms have significantly improved.
Contact Nurse Kelly or Cammy with questions.
3.Spring Musical Information for 4th-8th Grade Families (Reminder) – Parent information meeting will be November 17th at 6:00 pm on the stage (music room). Come find out how you can support our production of the Little Mermaid. Attendance for parents of aspiring actors grades 4-8 are mandatory. Parents of crew and/or general volunteers (sets, lighting, props, costumes, makeup), highly recommended.
Elementary School Announcements
Wednesday Ski Bus (Reminder) – This option is available for students in 2nd through 5th grade
(also available for middle schoolers). This ski bus starts Wednesday, January 11th. 5th graders
Are also eligible for the Friday ski but. Please see the Hazel Wolf PTSA website for information about the Wednesday School Bus.
Middle School Announcements
1.Friday Ski Bus (Reminder) – This option is available for students in 5th – 8th Graders
beginning January 6th. Middle Schoolers can also do the Wednesday Ski Bus. Please see the Hazel Wolf PTSA website for more information.
PTSA Sponsored Events
1.A big shout out about the success of the Ski Swap – Thank you to all our volunteers, Dusty’s ski shop, and everyone who came out for making our 1st annual winter gear and ski swap a success! It was great to see so many faces from our community at the school grabbing jackets and hats for the winter season, plus loading up on books at the bookmobile. We’ll see you again next year!
2.Book Fair & Hazel Wolf Library Fundraiser by Blue Kettle Books(Reminder)
You can continue to shop online for books through December 1st. Shop for yourself or purchase books for teacher classroom wish lists. Best of all, Blue Kettle Books is donating 10% of all book fair sales to the school library. Below are the links to teacher wish lists, when you purchase a book from a list, that book will be delivered to Hazel Wolf 😊
Dolin Grade 5 Wish List
DeRouen Grade 1 Wish List
Wheeler Kindergarten Wish List
1.Read-a-Thon: The 2022 Read-A-Thon starts on Monday, November 14! The read-a-thon challenges students to read as many books as they can between Nov.14-26th. It encourages a love of reading while also being a fundraising event. Friends and family pledge a dollar amount for each minute read. Prizes will be awarded for top readers, top fundraisers and participants, including free pizza, free tickets to Wild Waves, and more. Packets will be sent home on Monday in KidMail.
2.November Staff Appreciation – Pie Day: Let’s show our staff how appreciative we are of everything they do for our kids! Sign up to donate to the November Staff Appreciation Pie Day. Buy or make a pie to donate for the staff, tutors and interns to take home. Drop off November 17th or 18th in the staff lounge. We will NOT have refrigeration space. We need 91 pies if we want everyone from our staff to receive a pie.
3.Upcoming Giving Drives: Thank you to everyone who donated a gift card for the Coat Drive. Family Support will also be holding Giving Drives before Winter Break and Mid-Winter Break to provide food to families over these longer breaks. Any gift cards remaining after meeting all coat
requests will be used for Family Support. Thank you to our generous Hazel Wolf community for
your ongoing support of these programs.
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