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From the Principal
The HPES team is continuing to make plans for the building project. We are currently exploring all options for “housing” our students during the construction period and hope to have a viable plan within the next month. If you have any questions, please direct them to my email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For up to date happenings at HPES please check out our Facebook and Twitter feed. Also information is in the board minutes, Front Porch Forum, and the News and Citizen. Thank you for all of your support.
October 20th and 21st
Original Works Fundraiser
Keep an eye out for the Original Works fundraising packet which will be coming home in Friday folders on October 28th . This program allows you to purchase your child's personalized artwork in a variety of ways! They make wonderful keepsakes, as well as great holiday gifts! All proceeds will benefit the Lamoille Area Cancer Network as part of a student service learning project.
Meet the New 5th Grade Teacher!
Salutations! My name is Camron Colston and I am beyond excited to be teaching 5th and 6th grade literacy at Hyde Park Elementary School this year. I received my Master of Education at the University of North Florida back in 2014. Although I am from Florida, I have been working in Vermont for the past few years in the public school systems in various roles. Growing up, I had passions for reading, writing, and above all else: theater—Passions which I hope to instill in my 5th and 6th graders. I am looking forward to a wonderful year within the Hyde Park community.
Parking and Drop Off
CALLING ALL THOSE WHO DROP OFF CHILDREN IN THE MORNING Be reminded that our parking lot consists of 3 zones, all of which are clearly marked:
1. PRESCHOOL PARKING: Spaces designated for Families with preschool students ONLY.
2. DROP OFF ZONE: To be utilized as a careful drive in and drop off student. NOT FOR PARKING.
3. BUS DROP OFF: Only buses are able to drive into the main parking area to unload students.
What has been noted is idling cars, then of course; parked cars, and vehicles traveling too fast.
Please know that HPES understands families’ wishes to bring their children to school. We have walkers coming in from the village and students, some very young, getting out of cars who all need our care and attention. Please keep all of our students safe by following the guidelines for dropping of students. Drive as though your children go to school here.
Don't forget to send in those Box Tops! Last day to send them in is Wednesday, October 19th The class that sends in the most will win a Pizza Party!!!
From the Nurse
Winter Coat Drive - October pick up The coats have been collected and cleaned by DeNoia’s dry cleaning and the Morrisville Rotary will be getting them ready for anyone in need. The coats will be available for pick up on Saturday, October 22nd and 29th from 10 to 2 pm and also on Sunday, October 23rd from noon to 3 pm. They will be set up in the Crosby center at Holy Cross Church in Morrisville. Watch for more information in the News and Citizen and on WLVB.
Maple Syrup for Lunch
Calling all Maple Sugar Producers! We here at HPES have a fantastic lunch program that would very much benefit from your local Maple Syrup! One of the most popular lunches here is the Brunch/Lunch. Syrup is served, just not Real Maple Syrup. There are multiple health benefits from eating Maple Syrup and our Food Service Coordinator, Donna Ferland, has mentioned that she would love to utilize maple syrup as a substitute for sugar in other baked goods. It’s a win-win! Thanks for your consideration in donating Real Vermont Maple Syrup to Hyde Park Elementary’s Food Program!
Save the Date! First Date!
All Hyde Park Hawks! Please save the date for Friday, October 28th for our first dance of the year to support the 6th grade class trip! It will be Halloween themed and will be super fun! More information to follow as the date gets closer.
LUMS Craft and Vendor Show
The Lamoille Union Middle School will be holding its 3rd Annual Fall Craft & Vendor Show on Saturday, November 12th from 10am to 3pm. The event will be in the middle and high school gyms. There will be a lot of crafters and vendors, as well as a tea cup auction that will have great raffle items. Stop by to get a jump on your holiday shopping! This event is a fundraiser for the 8th grade field trip to New York City at the end of the school year. We are still looking for vendors! If you are interested in participating, please contact Kim Moulton (802)309-0603 or by email:email@example.com to request a registration form.