From Principal

It is finally summer!  I am so excited that we are settled in and not moving this year, and I am sure you are thrilled that we will have some consistency in our building and routines.  We will be working diligently over the summer to prepare for our next school year.  We will be sending home classroom placement (for those who are not looping) in late July.  We will also be sending out information that is pertinent to your children’s class if it arises.

Have fun, read, read, read, read… and have a wonderful summer!

Library News and Notes

Please look around for any school library books.  Library shelves were checked once again on June 12th.  We are still missing 20 student books.  Notices will be going home via the Friday Folders.  Thank-you, Mrs. Bryce

Summer Camp

Summer Camp starts Monday, June 24th.  Door opens at 7:30 - and please use the gym doors - not the front lobby doors.  Please note one change for week 1 - Tuesday, June 25th will be our Montshire Museum day.  June 26th we will be on campus and we will be going to the Lanpher Library for the CLif Book presentation. 

Thank you to all who participated in this beautiful public artwork. 
It has been an amazing experience and a magnificent outcome. 

The HPES Class of 2019 held their graduation in the gym on Wednesday, June 12th.  They spent the afternoon decorating and setting up the gym for their big event.  The Staff would like to wish them good luck in the future and Congratulations!!



Speed Readers of New England drivers Peyton, Reilly, and Bunker returned to HPES to reward the readers who met the 10-book reading challenge, which began during Children's Book Week in April.  Readers who met the goal signed the hood and trunk of both race cars with permanent ink!  All students were invited to visit the drivers and look at the race cars.  Let's get all HPES students to meet this goal next spring! 

Last day of School – Early Release 11:20/11:30

     Monday, June 17th 

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