HOME OF THE HYDE PARK HAWKS


Click to view video "Made By Hyde Park Student Council"


The regular monthly meeting of the board has been cancelled for July due to the Independence Day holiday.


Building Project Presentation: see the architect's 2/15/15 presentation here


From the Principal

Hooray for HPES!!!  The proposed bond was approved by the voters, 261 in support and 256 against.  We greatly appreciate the effort Hyde Park residents made to learn the facts about this proposal before voting!

Stay tuned for more news as we move forward. Please stay in touch over the summer by checking the HPES web page and Facebook that can be easily accessed through hpes.org.

Reminder that the last day of school is Wednesday, June 15th.  We will be dismissed at 11:30 a.m.  Have a wonderful healthy and safe summer!  We will be sending out class placements for those going into Grades K, 1, 3 and 5 in late July.  We will also send next year's calendar at that time, but it may be posted on the web page in the next week.  I look forward to seeing you all on August 29th.

 

Opt-In for Text Messages

Our district will be switching automated messaging companies for the next school year.  We are moving from Alert Solutions to School Messenger.  As part of this new system, we need your permission to send text broadcasts to your cellphones.  To “Opt-In’ for these messages, you simply need to text ‘Y’ to 67587, which is the School Messenger Short Code number.  Please keep in mind you need to do nothing to still receive all the voice messages to your cell phones; this is strictly giving permission to receive texts if a message is sent out in that format.


Mini Milers Wrap Up

On June 2nd, HPES students celebrated the end of a second season with the RunVermont’s Mini Milers program.  Coaches Amy O'Toole and Whitney Kaulbach worked once a week for 10 weeks teaching children about fitness, good nutrition, citizenship and goal setting all while having fun and being safe.  Running on the Cricket Hill trails and the Lamoille Campus also helped build a rapport between the 16 runners and their high school mentors.  Josie Langlois and Emma Grove-Griffith led the mentoring each week. 

Runners celebrated their 10-week program by completing 26.2 miles (the same distance as a marathon) and a final run at the Catamount Outdoors Center in Williston.  In attendance for the season: Zeb & Zayda Whitlock, Livia & Lucian Padulo, Alana Crittenden, Kyla June Brown, Kata Fe Gilbertson, Maggie McGee, Talia Sanguedolce, Kristina Bishop, Thea & Ezra Koch, Maddex Percy, and Mae Searles.

From the Nurse

Summer Fun

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BASEBALL, CAMPING, PICNICS, BERRIES, CANOEING, SWIMMING,

BICYCLING, HIKING, VACATION


Summer Camp at LCNC

Lamoille County Nature Center is offering Summer Programs.  Come enjoy 40 acres of fields, forests, meadows and our pond and teepee during a week of fun in nature!

Ages 5-8:  Howl! Tweet! Roar!  June 27-July1; Things with Winds  July 11-15; Raptor Rave  July 25-29

Ages 8-11:  Outdoor Adventures  July 5-8, including Thursday night campout; Where the Wild Things Go  July 18-22

And just for girls ages 9-12…Girls from the Ground Up  July 18-22, including Thursday campout

More details and registration forms can be found at http://www.lcnrcd.com or email swaterman@lcnrcd.com with questions.