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INFORMATION PERTAINING TO CORONAVIRUS

NEW  Vermont Agency of Education

Superintendent's Letter Regarding COVID-19



From Principal

Please find a letter from Catherine Gallagher, Superintendent, in your student’s Friday folder.  As information becomes available, we will get it to you through email, our websites, Facebook, and phone calls if necessary.

There is a flier in your student’s Friday folder from the CDC website about stopping the spread of germs.  Please read and share with your child.

Reminder that the In-District Transfer Student Update/Transfer Application forms are due back to Central Office by April 15th. 

PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING MESSAGE FROM P.I.E:

It is with heavy hearts that we have made the decision to postpone Pie Breakfast and the Puppet Show until a later date.  We value the health and safety of our community and want to support prevention efforts.  Thank you to all those who have offered to donate.  If you have already made a pie, please share a picture of you and your loved ones enjoying it on our Facebook page, throw it in the freezer for our future event, or consider donating it to the warming shelter.  

Hyde Park Partners in Education (P.I.E.)

NVU Hoop Camps

Time to register for NVU basketball camps!  

NVU Hoop Camp (boys) will be June 21-25.  $450/week for overnight camp or $315/week for day camp only.  The camp is staffed by NVU-Johnson coaches and is open to grades 4-12.

Lady Badger Basketball Camp (girls) will be August 9-13.  $425/week for overnight camp grades 6-12 or $250/week for day camp only grades 3-12.  Staffed by NVU-Johnson Coaches and players.

Register at NVUBadgers.com/camps-clinics.  

From Guidance Counselor

In guidance this month in 6th grade, we are exploring the importance and history of Black History month and Women's History month.  Students are doing research projects on famous leaders and will present to the class in a couple weeks. 

In 1st, 3rd, and 4th grades we are learning the best ways to ask for help.  In 5th grade, we're working on more problem solving skills. 

Kindergarten and 2nd grade have Laura Darling, our nurse, coming in for health class.  They are learning about personal safety such as crossing the road and how to prevent the spread of germs. 

Please let me know (521-5458) if you feel your student is having anxiety with the virus and would like to check in. 


Kindergarten Mingle

Kindergarten Mingle for next school year’s Kindergarteners is Thursday, April 9th from 5:30-6:30 in the HPES Library.  All families planning to attend kindergarten at HPES for the 20/21 school year are invited to our annual Kindergarten Mingle!  See you there!


T-Shirt Fundraiser

Tie-Dye T-Shirt Fundraiser:

Hosted by the Cancer & Autism Group

When:  Wednesday, March 18th

Where:  Cafeteria/Gym

Time:  During Lunch 11:30am-12:30pm

T-Shirt Sizes: Kids Small, Medium, Large, & Extra Large

Price:  $5.00 Each

A special thanks to Mr. Steve for his donations to provide all the materials to create this project!



Baseball/Softball

Hyde Park Little League Baseball and Softball Registration is now open! 

Registration for players ages 4-12 starts March 1st, and closes April 1st.  Registration will be online this year.  Please enter the url below in a web browser to register players.

https://clubs.bluesombrero.com/Default.aspx?tabid=717473

After registering, you will receive an email confirmation with a medical release form which must be completed and handed in before the player starts the season. 

We are still looking for coaches and parent volunteers to help throughout the season - please register as a volunteer through the website if you are interested!

Thank you and please contact Eric Bornemann at 825-8672 or HydeParkLittleLeague@gmail.com with any questions or concerns.  (Baseball/Softball is NOT an HPES sponsored sport!)



Spruce Peak Arts Camp

Spruce Peak Arts Camps offer a fun, in-depth theatre experience packed with creativity and opportunity to develop new skills.  Each child enjoys a week of friendship, laughter, growth, and development!
 
July 27-31:  Fractured Fairy Tales...in Camelot
Campers will help create an original play/musical based on our favorite fairy tales, set in Camelot!  
 
August 3-7: Fractured Egyptian Mythology...in the 80s
Campers will help create an original play/musical based on Egyptian Mythology and 1980’s pop culture. 
 
Cost is $295 Spruce Peak Arts Members, $335 Non-Members.  Each camp is from 9am to 3:30pm.  The week will culminate in a final performance for families and friends on the final day at 3:30pm. 
Space is limited, sign up today! 
To register, visit Spruce Peak Arts Camps or call 760-4634.




Early Release – 11:30 am

     Thursday, March 19th

NO SCHOOL – Professional Development

     Friday, March 20th    

Kindergarten Mingle for K 20/21

     Thursday, April 9th   





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