Hazeldale Hawk

School Newsletter - May 12, 2021

Thank You!

Thank you to the PTO and our families for loving our staff during Staff Appreciation Week. We all felt so loved!


As I greeted the students each morning, they had flowers, candy, gifts for their teachers. I know the teachers felt so appreciated.


Each day the PTO showered our teachers with snacks! It was so nice to have a daily snack to keep us going!


We are all so lucky to have such a caring community at Hazeldale.

Important Dates

May 20th: Kindergarten Orientation, 5:00 - 6:00 via Zoom

May 21st: Parent Input Survey due

May 25th - Dining for Dollars @ McDonald's, 5:00 - 8:00 p.m.

Kinder Orientation is Happening! Spread the Word!

When: May 20th from 5:00 - 6:00

How: On Zoom


Join Zoom Meeting
https://beavertonk12.zoom.us/j/83982033751?pwd=cGtPSy9kZEJFQytJa09nTVUzTXlIZz09& from=addon

Meeting ID: 839 8203 3751
Passcode: 050146


At this time, we are offering a Zoom orientation only. Come meet the teachers and other staff to learn more about what Kindergarten looks like!


We are hopeful that we will have an in person Back to School Night in the fall where students and parents can see the classroom and school.

Parent/Guardian Input for Class Placement for 2021-2022

Staffing for the next school year continues from late Spring and throughout the summer. Therefore, the school is not able to announce the name of teachers assigned to a particular grade level nor announce class rosters prior to August. Families will find out who their teacher is through communication that is sent to them the first week that teachers come back to work. Be sure our school has your updated email address!


Parents are given the opportunity to provide input to their current teachers regarding the learning needs of their child. Teachers will use this, as well as their own information, to place students in classes for next year. Placement Input Forms are available as a Google Form Link and are due by Friday, May 21st.


We do not accept requests for specific teachers. When current teachers place students in classes, they use many factors to create optimal class groups. Class groups are balanced by gender as well as strengths and needs of students. Additionally, teachers balance classes by Special Education needs, English as a Second Language needs, and Talented and Gifted needs. Teachers also look at the behavioral needs of students. With all of this considered, we also attempt to balance class size whenever possible.


Please use the Placement Input Form if you would like to ensure that certain factors are considered. I can assure you that teachers take this task very seriously. A great deal of time and effort goes into this process and each child is individually considered. Please contact us with any questions you might have about this very important process.


All placements are final. If you wish to provide input, please use this process.

Annual Parent Survey

Annual Parent Survey

Please take a few moments to complete the BSD Annual Parent Survey! Our goal is to ensure that every member of our school community feels welcomed, valued, and informed, so it is important for all parents/guardians to complete the survey.


A link to the 2021 Annual Parent Survey will be sent to all valid parent email addresses via School Messenger on Sunday, May 16. The deadline to participate is Sunday, June 2.

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Ready, Set, Kindergarten!

Ready Set Kindergarten

Beaverton City Library invites all incoming kindergartners to a special storytime series “Ready, Set, Kindergarten!” that meets via Zoom starting Saturday, May 15. Each week we’ll read stories, sing songs, and get excited for Kindergarten together!

Kids will also get free books for attending.

Register here: https://apps2.beavertonoregon.gov/secure/Library/EventRegistration/register-family.aspx?eventid=2812



La Biblioteca de la Ciudad de Beaverton invita a todos los estudiantes que van a empezar kínder a una serie especial llamada “En sus marcas, listos, Kínder.” La serie será a través de Zoom a partir del sábado, 15 de mayo. ¡Cada semana leeremos cuentos, cantaremos canciones y nos emocionaremos con el aprender juntos!

También ganaran libros gratis por asistir.

Regístrese aquí: https://apps2.beavertonoregon.gov/Secure/Library/EventRegistration/ES/register-family.aspx?eventid=2792

Going Home Plans for Hybrid

If your child is going home a different way, call 503-356-2010 OR email Kathy_cook@beaverton.k12.or.us before 9:00 a.m. of the day the plan is changed.

** Please use the attendance line to report absences @ 503-356-2011.


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Wellness Wednesdays is Up and Running Again (Optional for Students)

Here is the Zoom information:


Topic: Wellness Wednesdays

Time: This is a recurring meeting Meet anytime


Join Zoom Meeting

https://beavertonk12.zoom.us/j/91985786796?pwd=b1ZrYTRHMW1DQzRYaUcyMW1YdlpwQT09


Meeting ID: 919 8578 6796

Passcode: 766519

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Safe Schools

Dear Hazeldale Parents and Guardians,


It’s data collection time again for Beaverton’s Safe Routes to School program. The purpose of this program is to make walking and biking to school safe, convenient, and fun.


Parent’s and guardian’s input into how students travel to and from schools and their impression of the safety of the route is valuable as the city and county prioritize needed improvements for our roads. The following link was generated from the National Safe Routes to School Center and will be used to give us a good picture of how students are getting to and from schools throughout the district.


The school’s survey will be open for responses until May 31.


We appreciate your help in giving us information to make our program effective for all Beaverton School District students.


Thank you,


Leah Biado-Luis

Beaverton Safe Routes to School Coordinator

Survey Link: http://www.saferoutesdata.org/surveyformparent.cfm?key=9552108


Estimados padres y tutores de Hazeldale,


Es hora de recopilar información nuevamente para el programa de Beaverton de Rutas Seguras a la escuela. El propósito de este programa es ir caminando y en bicicleta a la escuela de manera segura, conveniente y divertida.


El aporte de los padres y tutores acerca de cómo los estudiantes viajan de ida a la escuela y de regreso a la casa y su impresión de la seguridad de la ruta, es valioso, ya que la ciudad y el condado priorizan las mejoras necesarias para nuestras carreteras.


El siguiente enlace link fue generado por el Centro Nacional de Rutas Seguras a la Escuela y se utilizará para darnos una buena idea de cómo los estudiantes viajan de ida a la escuela y de regreso a casa, en todo el Distrito.


La encuesta de la escuela estará abierta hasta el 31 de mayo para recibir sus respuestas.

Agradecemos su ayuda al brindarnos información para que nuestro programa sea efectivo para todos los estudiantes del Distrito Escolar de Beaverton.


Gracias,


Leah Biado-Luis

Coordinador de Rutas Seguras a la Escuela de Beaverton

Enlace de la encuesta: http://www.saferoutesdata.org/surveyformparent.cfm?key=9552108

Mari's Little Lambs coming to Hazeldale this Fall!

We are excited to announce that Mari's Little Lambs After School Care is coming to Hazeldale this fall.


For more information or to enroll, go here.

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Library Services at Hazeldale

The last week of library book checkout for students and families will be May 24-28. Please help your student find any overdue items and return them as soon as possible. If an item is lost, please notify Mrs. Turinsky, our Library Media Assistant. All books must be returned to the school by June 7 or they will be marked as lost.

PTO Information

PTO Website

Meet the PTO!

Fundraisers - English

Fundraisers - español

Hazeldale Volunteering


The PTO has a lot of fundraising events throughout the year. If you prefer to donate directly instead of participating, you can donate through the PTO's secure website.


Link to Donate

Dining for Dollars - McDonald's!

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Update on our Hustle for Hazeldale Fundraiser!

Prizes are given for activity minutes and $ raised! Please see Leaderboard for by teacher donations!


If we could hit $5,000 that would be great!

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HOPE Hazeldale Meetings

Read here to learn more about what HOPE means from our PTO.


Your Hazeldale PTO Team has been working hard this year providing teacher funding for: classrooms, special grants, teacher appreciation, and trying to keep our amazing community connected and engaged amidst the pandemic. We miss being able to do big events for our entire school, but we are so hopeful for next year!


The PTO Team has been attempting to find ways to better engage more parents- we know the term “PTO” can be off-putting for many and have decided to change our name to H.O.P.E- Hazeldale-Opportunities (for) Parents & Educators. We HOPE this will help encourage more to attend our Community Meetings (we have also changed the wording from PTO Meeting to Community Meeting). Please check out our updated website. We regularly have guest speakers to our meetings as well. In March, Mr. Culbert spoke to us about Social and Emotional Learning, specifically Self Awareness and Regulation Strategies.


He is returning to our Community Meeting on May 10th at 7pm to discuss Social and Emotional Learning: Integration at Home While Supporting Your Student Over the Summer! We HOPE you can join us- Zoom
link.

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Hazeldale's Mission and Vision

Hazeldale Elementary School works to support and inspire every child to think, to learn, to care, and to engage with power and agency in a changing world.


We provide a learning environment and instruction that promotes engagement, academic excellence, self-confidence, independence, risk and resilience. We foster respect, an appreciation of self and others, and collaboration through inquiry, exploration, goal setting and service.