Glenview Weekly Update
March 23, 2022
Please consider purchasing a t-shirt in celebration of Neurodiversity! The shirt was designed by our very own Lance Bannister! Funds raised will be used to support future neurodiversity awareness and celebration events.
The Elementary Drama Club Musical, Willy Wonka, will be performed Friday and Saturday at the HHHS Auditorium at 7 pm. Tickets can be purchased at the door or in advance at haddonheightsarts.com.
Mrs. Lauren Orfe
(856) 547-7647 x 6000
Junior High Musical- ATTENTION 6TH GRADERS
NJSLA Testing Dates
NJSLA Testing Dates
Please see below for NJSLA testing dates:
May 2-6: 3rd and 4th grade testing
May 9-13: 5th and 6th grade testing
May 18th-19th: 5th grade Science testing
May 16-20: Make up testing
Student Art Show
STUDENT ART SHOW Dates: May 6- May 8, 2022 Location: Haddon Heights (Station Avenue) Local Businesses Theme: "Children's Feelings Are a Work of Art" Grades/Schools: All Kindergarten - Sixth Grade from Atlantic, Glenview and Seventh Ave Elementary Schools
STUDENT ART SHOW
Dates: May 6- May 8, 2022
Location: Haddon Heights (Station Avenue) Local Businesses
Theme: "Children's Feelings Are a Work of Art"
Grades/Schools: All Kindergarten - Sixth Grade from Atlantic, Glenview and Seventh Ave Elementary Schools
"Children's Mental Health Week” is May 1-7. During this exciting event, our local businesses will be displaying the great works of Art created by our K-6 grade students.
At any time from May 6-8, you can stroll down Station Avenue to enjoy these artistic displays. Please watch for more information regarding class assignments as we get closer to the event.
Mrs. Michnowski is looking for volunteers to assist on May 5th and 9th during the day.
If you are interested and can spare a little time, please email her at email@example.com
- THE DEADLINE FOR YEARBOOK BOOSTER PURCHASES IS THIS FRIDAY, MARCH 25TH AND THE DEADLINE FOR YEARBOOK ORDERS IS NEXT FRIDAY, APRIL 1ST! Please see attached flyer with information and payment options on how to order a yearbook, as well as instructions on how to purchase a celebratory yearbook booster. The price for a yearbook is $30 and the price for yearbook boosters vary with size. Sixth Grade families do not need to order a yearbook, as one will be provided to each Sixth Grade student as a complimentary item, but you are encouraged to order a yearbook booster.
- PAJAMA CANDY BINGO IS BACK IN PERSON AND WILL BE HELD ON FRIDAY, APRIL 1ST FROM 6:30 P.M. TO 8:00 P.M. AT GLENVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL. Please see attached flyer for more information on how to register your whole family for this laid-back and fun event!
- SAVE THE DATE - THE SPRING FLING DANCE FOR ALL K THROUGH 6TH GRADE STUDENTS WILL BE HELD ON FRIDAY, MAY 20TH AT 6:30 P.M. AT ATLANTIC AVENUE SCHOOL. Stay tuned for more information on how to purchase tickets.
- DON'T FORGET TO PARTICIPATE IN THE BOX TOPS FOR EDUCATION PROGRAM! When you buy products with the Box Tops logo, simply scan your receipt (from in-person and online purchases) and earn funds for our elementary schools that we can use toward assemblies, social events, student groups, teacher grants, and so much more! Please see attached flyer for more information and instructions.
March 23rd: Staff Faculty Meeting
March 25th and 26th: Elementary School Musical
March 30th: Garnet and Gold Day
Lessons of the Week!
Mrs. Schuster's 4th grade
Our class entered the science fair with a project called The Biggest Bubble. Our hypothesis was based on which brand of bubblegum would blow the biggest bubble and would the amount of sugar in the gum have an impact.
We had a blast testing the gum and recording our data. Students worked together to present the project to judges.
Mrs. Agnew's 2nd Grade and Mrs. Hornbach's 6th grade
Second grade and Sixth grade buddies in Mrs. Agnew and Miss Hornbach's classes paired up on 3-14, to learn about PI. They read about the concept of PI, and what it means. Then, the buddies completed a variety of activities. They really enjoy playing a game with dice and smarties: "Rolling the first 10 digits of PI". The friends completed word searches, and math facts as well all while enjoying the beautiful weather outside.
Nurse and Covid Updates:
Absences: When you are calling the school to report your student absent, please include the reason for the absence (covid like symptoms, vacation, stomach ache, etc.) Otherwise, you will be receiving a phone call or email to confirm the reason for absence.
Also, according to a recent CDC update, for a student who has Covid like symptoms, a negative covid will be required to return to school.
Please be reminded that students must be fully vaccinated in order to avoid quarantine if exposed. In accordance with the Department of Health guidance, an individual is considered up to date after having received all recommended doses, including a booster dose when eligible. Fully vaccinated means at least two weeks past the completion of the series and a booster if applicable. Please ensure that the school nurse has a copy of your child’s vaccination card if applicable to avoid unnecessary quarantine.
COVID TESTING FOR SCHOOLS
Covid Testing for Student's and Staff is available at the Haddon Heights High School. Please see attached flyer for details and registration information.
Breakfast Menu- March
Breakfast- March 2022
Grab and Go Breakfast
Breakfast will be served at all elementary schools. This will be a “grab and go” style where students can take it to their homeroom. Breakfast is FREE for all students for the 2021-2022 school year. Please help yourself each day. Should you not want your child to participate in the free breakfast program, please advise your child’s teacher. Thank you.
Lunch Menu- March
Lunch- March 2022
As you know, the school lunches are free. As the students enter their classrooms, the teacher will ask each student if they brought lunch from home or if they are getting a school lunch. The teachers will take the students' school lunch orders based on the menu choices for that day. The menus are located on the school website. If the student is getting a school lunch for that day, we will assume that you approved your child to receive and consume the school lunch.
Any Questions? Call HHSD: 856.547-1920 ext. 5535