Oct 24, 2022 Weekly Bulletin
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Oct 26th Staff Appreciation Event (morning)
Oct 26th PTSA General Mtg. 6:30 pm
Oct 28th Middle School Dance 6:00 – 8:00
Nov 4th Spirit Day (Hats and Blue and Green) Buddy Day
Nov 5th Hazel Wolf Ski Swap & Book Fair
Nov 9th Veteran’s Day Assembly K-4 (9:05 am, 5-8 10:00 am)
Nov 21 -23 No School – Conferences
Nov 24 –25 No School – Thanksgiving Break
All School Announcements
1.Derek Grandbois – Mr. Grandbois, previously one of our 3rd grade teachers is now our Head Teacher for the rest of the year. A Head Teacher, is for the most part an Assistant Principal, but not certified to evaluate staff. We are excited to have him in this role and fill the vacancy Ms. Madaffari left when she moved back to Georgia.
2.Spring Musical Information for 4th-8th Grade Families – Keep an eye out for an invitation to an informational meeting during conference week to find out more about our spring musical: Disney The Little Mermaid Jr. We will discuss the audition process, how to help with tech and stage crew, and chat about some needs we will have for parents/guardians/students like costuming and set design.
3.Veteran’s Day Family Slideshow – There will be a slideshow sharing photos of Military Veterans from student families at the Veteran’s Day Assembly on November 9th. If you have a military veteran in your family, and you’d like to share their photo, please send the digital photo file to Ms. Ferguson on or before November 4th: email@example.com; and please include the following information: Family Member’s Name, Branch of Military, Relationship to Student, Student’s Name and Grade. Further details about the assembly coming soon!
4.Parking – If you park on 117th across from the back of the school, please walk down to the crosswalk at the corner to cross. This keeps all the members of community safe.
Elementary School Announcements
1.It’s time to register for Session 2 of Hall of Fame Team Camp After School Programs!
Hall of Fame Team Camp provides on-site after-school childcare and enrichment to Hazel Wolf families. Session 1 ends on Friday, October 28th and Session 2 kicks off on Monday, October 31st.
Families may choose from Hall of Fame-led or partner-led classes:
Hall of Fame
Domino Toppling, Magic: The Gathering, Coding Kidz, Lego Mania, Arts & Crafts, Gaga Ball, Choose Your Own Adventure
Hazel Wolf Fiddlers, Kids’ Carpentry, Cardboard Engineering, Chess Club, Hip Hop Kids
Check out our website to register: Hall of Fame Team Camp at Hazel Wolf K-8
Registration closes on Friday, November 4th.
Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org for general questions and for information on scholarships.
3rd-5th Grade Music Students – Recorders are in the mail and on the way to us. Ms. Allenton will deliver to your classroom as soon as they come, (even if it’s not your week for music rotation). We apologize for the delay!
Middle School Announcements
1.The Middle School Staff would like to recognize the work students have done over the past month with getting to class on time! Students are focused on moving between classes efficiently and the number of tardies recorded continues to drop.
If you are curious whether or not your child is being marked tardy and what exactly would happen if they are, here is the procedure we are following:
• A robocall is sent each time a student is late to class. Tardies that occur during the school day (not 1st thing in the morning to Pack) are counted towards total tardies.
• If a student is marked late 3 times within a 2-week period, a teacher will check in with them as well as call home to help identify barriers and problem-solve reasons for being late. This may include making a plan with a specific teacher or brain-storming things to try.
• If a student receives a 4th “late”, family and student will get another check-in and see what has been working and what is still causing a problem. The next step will also be discussed so everyone knows that a 5th tardy will lead to more focused intervention.
• If a student receives a 5th tardy within the same 2-week period, a teacher will call the family again and set up a time to work individually with the student. This may be an after-school session, a Saturday session, or the teacher may coordinate with a counselor to set up a session during Office Hours. During this time, the student will reflect on what they have tried and what is still causing a problem. The teacher will help guide them to dig deeper, identify barriers that still exist and plan next steps so that students can gain ownership of the problem and of the solution.
Middle School Dance – “Fall Festival”, our first middle school dance of the year is this Friday October 28th from 6pm – 8pm. There will be costume contests and games, as well as snacks and beverages available for purchase. Tickets will be on sale at lunch every day from 10/24 – 10/28, or schoolpay at $3 pre-sale or $5 at the door. Fall Festival Dance