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


From The Principal

Building Project Bond Announced 

The HPES school board, after more than a year of studying, working with the community and intensive work with Collin Lindberg architects, has come to a decision for the school project that meets the needs of the HPES school and community.  This plan has been scaled down from the last project by half, yet it offers HPES the opportunity to have a safe, healthy and educationally sound environment.

The Bond Vote has been announced for June 7th from 7:00AM to 7:00PM at the Hyde Park Town Clerks Office.  Save the date and stay tuned for more exciting news and concise information.

 

2nd Annual Mud Run

It's that time of year again!  For the entire month of May students in K-6 will be preparing for the 2nd Annual Mud Run.  Get ready for 12 challenging obstacles over approximately one half mile of uphill mud, water, and powder paint.  More information to come, but save the date of the event.  Friday, May 27th from 12:30-2:45 right here at Hyde Park Elementary School.

6th Annual Variety Show

The P.I.E. Variety show that was scheduled for May 20th has been CANCELLED.  See you in 2017!


Jam Session

Jam Session! at the Second Congregational Church in Hyde Park on TONIGHT, Friday, April 29th at 7:00PM.  This is an all ages event with a suggested donation of $10 at the door.  All proceeds benefit Laraway Youth and Family Services Crisis Fund.  Refreshments will be served.  Join us and see how much local talent there is in this area!!!  Hope to see you there.  For more info call John Clark at 888-4864.


From the Nurse

On Saturday, April 30th, local pharmacies and police departments will be taking part in a Rx Take Back Event.  From 10 am to 2 pm you can take unwanted prescription medication to five locations in the Lamoille County area.  The sheriff’s office here in Hyde Park, Stowe Police Department, Hardwick Police Department or to Kinney Drugs in Morrisville or Cambridge.  This program is designed to get rid of unwanted medication in homes where they may become a poisoning risk.  

The Northern New England Poison Center has some suggestions to help prevent poisoning.  An increasing source of poisoning even amongst adults is medication, both prescription and over-the-counter. 

    Their top 5 childhood medication safety tips are:

  • Teach children that they should not taste anything unless an adult who they know and trust gives it to them.
  • Keep medication in its original, child-resistant packaging.
  • Store medication up high and out of the reach of children (preferably a locked cabinet).
  • Keep track of medications given to a child to prevent multiple care givers giving the same dose twice.
  • Use a properly marked measurement spoon or dropper (not the silverware teaspoon).

Proper disposal of unwanted medication is also important.  If possible, avoid getting more medication than you will need.  But if you do find you have expired or un-needed medication check with your pharmacist to see if there is an authorized drop off location.  If not medication can be disposed of down the toilet or removed from its bottle, mixed with coffee grounds or kitty litter and disposed of in the garbage.  Don’t discard prescription medications in their original bottles, loose in the garbage or burn them.