Oct 29, 2023 Weekly Bulletin
- Reflections Art Contest (ongoing, through November 6th )
- Thursday, November 2nd: Consignment for Winter Clothing and Ski Swap, 3-6pm
- Friday, November 3rd: Consignment for Winter Clothing and Ski Swap, 3-6pm
- Friday, November 3rd: Movie Night, 6:30-8:00pm (Hazel Wolf Cafeteria)
- Saturday, November 4th: Winter Clothing and Ski Swap, 11am-4pm
- Monday, November 6th: Blue envelope campaign starts (more details to come)
- Tuesday, November 7th: Costume Making Party for Jungle Book cast/crew/families, 3:30-5:00pm
- Friday, November 10th: Veterans Day Observed (no school)
- Wednesday, November 15th: Picture Retake Day and 6th Graders will take their pictures.
- Monday November 20th-Wednesday November 22nd: Parent Teacher Conferences (no school)
- Thursday November 23rd through Friday November 24th: Thanksgiving Holiday (no school)
- Wednesday, November 29th: MOD Pizza Dine-Out Fundraiser
- Sunday, December 3rd: Barnes and Noble Fundraiser – Show Choir sings at 3:30 and 4:30
- Thursday, December 7th: Jungle Book performance, 5:30pm
- Friday, December 8th: Jungle Book performance, 5:30pm
- Saturday, December 9th: Jungle Book performance, 2pm
- Saturday, December 9th: Hazel Wolf Kraken Game, 7pm
- Sunday December 10th: Jungle Book performance, 2pm
- Friday December 15th: 1 hour early dismissal prior to Winter Break
- Monday December 25th through Monday January 1st: Winter Break (no school)
All School Announcements
Message from Dr. Breuder:
This last week was another busy one, including field trips, assemblies, so much learning in classrooms, affinity groups, club meetings, and more! Everywhere I turn there is excitement and enthusiasm every day at Hazel Wolf.
As we close out October, this week we will see many Fall/Harvest celebrations in classrooms across the school. Please note that any food for these celebrations needs to be store-bought and packaged (no homemade items). This is due to safety reasons for our students.
This last week we wrapped up our last Indigenous Peoples’ Day assembly with the middle schoolers. Students heard from a local storyteller, Roger Fernandes, of the Kellum and Makah Nations. Here is a link to that story, called Pushing Up the Sky. https://youtu.be/CmH8x_VSWJ4 Thank you to our ASB Council members for leading all of these assemblies with our students.
- Calling all Hazel Wolf Veterans! Please send us pictures of Hazel Wolf community Veterans, as we are putting together a video to honor our Veterans. Please send the following information to Ms. Dolin (firstname.lastname@example.org) and me (email@example.com) by Friday, November 3rd.
- Picture of Veteran(s)
- Branch served
- Name(s) of Hazel Wolf student(s) connected to this Veteran
- Affinity Groups: We are so excited to have some of our affinity groups up and running. This is such a great opportunity for our students to connect and build relationships. Thank you to Mr. J and Ms. Miranda for leading this groups. I have had the opportunity to participate in a couple of these affinity groups, and I am so happy to see the engagement and excitement of our students in these groups.
- Buddy Day: We are looking forward to our next Buddy Day on Friday, November 3rd. It is so great to see the connections and relationships between our older and younger scholars.
- Spirit Day: Friday, November 3rd, is our next spirit day….Monochrome Day (and rainbows for Kindergarten!) Each grade-level is assigned a color for the day, with the exception of Kindergarten, who can wear all the colors in a rainbow.
- First: blue
- Second: green
- Third: red
- Fourth: Yellow
- Fifth: Pink
- Sixth: Orange
- Seventh: White
- Eighth: Purple
- The Lost & Found is overflowing! All items will be placed outside on the benches by the front office doors from Tuesday 10/31 – Friday 11/3. Please come by and look for your child’s clothing. Items that have not been claimed by 2pm on Friday 11/2 will be donated to the Winter Clothing and Ski Swap
Middle School Announcements
- Middle School Dance! The ASB Council is planning the Autumn Masquerade middle school dance. All Hazel Wolf Middle Schoolers are welcome.
- Thursday, November 9th from 6-8PM in the cafeteria/gym
- Tickets will go on sale Wednesday, November 1st in the cafeteria during lunch
- Tickets are $3 in advance and $5 at the door
- Costumes are optional
“The Musical Note” – from Ms. Allenton
- Sunday, December 3rd: Barnes and Noble Fundraiser. Show Choir sings at 3:30 and 4:30. More details to come including our fundraising voucher code. Proceeds support building our general music library and the drama department.
- Thursday, December 7: Jungle Book performance @ 5:30.
- Friday, December 8: Jungle Book performance @ 5:30.
- Saturday, December 9: Jungle Book performance @ 2:00.
- Sunday, December 10: Jungle Book performance @ 2:00.
PTSA Announcements and Events
- Our Coat Drive Ends October 30th!
We want to make sure all Hazel Wolf students stay warm this winter. If your student needs a coat, there’s still time to fill out a request form at bit.ly/HWCoatDrive. If you’d like to sponsor a student by providing funds for a new coat, read our blog for details: hazelwolfk8.org/2023/09/23/the-coat-drive/
- Trick or Treat Adventure | Tuesday, October 31st This Halloween, enjoy some spooky fun with your Hazel Wolf neighbors! More than 20 families registered their homes on our first ever trick-or-treat adventure map. Find the map and plan your route at hazelwolfk8.org/trick-or-treat-map/
- K-5 Family Movie Night | Friday, November 3rd | 6.30-8.30pm Bring blankets and pillows and cozy up on the Cafetorium floor for our PTSA sponsored screening of The Super Mario Bros. Movie! Fun for all the family, this K-5 community-building evening is open to caregivers, students and siblings. Low-backed chairs are welcome to set up behind those seated on the floor.
- Homeroom Reps Still Needed: Thank you to all the parents who are helping out by being Homeroom Reps! We are down to one elementary class who need reps
- Einstein, 5th grade
The role of a class representative(s) may include:
Supporting your teachers to get class volunteers, snacks or supplies, promoting class events etc.; compiling and sharing a class contact list for families, and helping to plan a couple of class and/or all grade activities, such as park meetups, potlucks, etc.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to volunteer in this role.
- Reflections Art Contest: The Reflections Art Contest is going on now (through November 6th)! The theme of this year is ‘I am hopeful because…’ Students will submit their completed works of art in one or all of the available arts categories: Dance Choreography, Film Production, Literature, Music Composition, Photography and Visual Arts. For more information, visit the PTSA website: https://hazelwolfk8.org/2023/10/11/2023-2024-reflections-art-contest/
- Winter Clothing & Ski Swap is November 4th, but Consignment continues on November 2nd: Time to gather all the winter layers your kids have grown out of and consign them at the Winter Clothing & Ski Swap on November 4th at Hazel Wolf! This is a great way to recycle your clothes and gear back into the community (e-stem for the win!) and make sure the whole family is ready for chilly weather ahead. We also REALLY need more volunteers to sign up to help us with consignment and the main event. Sign up here to volunteer: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C094CADAE22ABFBC61-45365772-hwk8#/
What should you consign? Adult and child-sized gently used winter and rain jackets, pants, winter socks & layers, rain and ski boots can be consigned. Plus, any and all snow gear – skis, snowboards, boots, poles, snowshoes, bring it all! We will have consignment tables at the school in the days leading up to the event (remaining dates November 2 & 3), plus new gear to purchase on November 4th courtesy of Hazel Wolf family-owned Dusty’s ski shop! All the details including how to pre-register your consignment and how to volunteer for the event are on our website: https://hazelwolfk8.org/2023/10/19/winter-clothing-and-ski-swap-nov-4th/
Questions: Send them to email@example.com.
- Volunteer Opportunities:
- Staff Appreciation Lead: The PTSA loves to support and thank staff. We can’t do this without parent help. Would you like to organize staff appreciation events? Please contact Christa Kleiner if you’re interested. 206-335-2497 firstname.lastname@example.org
- Band/Orchestra/Instrumental Music support – Mr. Stevens would love 1-2 parent volunteers to help make his programming a success. Please contact Christa Kleiner if you’re interested. 206-335-2497 email@example.com
- Executive board and Lead positions:
-PTSA Vice President – Do you have a desire to understand how our PTSA non-profit supports our school? The VP position is a wonderful way to advocate for our school and get involved. Please reach out to Christa by text 206-335-2497 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
-Spelling Bee Lead – Did you love the spelling bee as a kid? Perfect, we would love for you to help us plan the spelling bee. For more information contact Sara Kent at email@example.com
-Party Planner/Social Event Coordinator – we’re bringing back an in-person fundraising social event. Help us plan a party to celebrate our school, build community and raise critical funds for our e-stem programming! If you haven’t done this before, no worries – we’ll make it fun and teach you what to do. Please reach out to Christa by text/call 206-335-2497 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Lunch volunteers: Thank you to all the parents who are helping serve lunches! You can continue to sign up here:: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/30E0E49ACAA22AAFF2-44373930-lunch
- SPS Covid and Flu Shot Clinics: Information and how to register for these clinics here: https://www.seattleschools.org/news/vaccine-clinic/