Hidden River Newsletter
Week of October 3 - 7, 2022
What's in the Newsletter?
- School Information
- Quarter 1 Conferences
- Bike/Walk to School Day
- Online School Store - Otter Gear!
- Math Corps Volunteers
- FLIPSIDE (After-school)
- Classroom Updates
- Literacy Corner
- Safety Drills: We will conduct the third set of safety drills next Monday and Tuesday. We will have a lockdown drill on Monday, October 3. The fire drill will be on Tuesday, October 4 @ 10:00 AM. The Saint Paul Fire Department will be present for the fire drill. During the drill, firefighters will observe staff and student performance and offer recommendations to make the drill more efficient and effective. Please have a discussion with your child about the importance of safety drills at school. Thank you!
- Kleenex/Tissues: If you have any Kleenex or Tissues to donate please drop them off in the office, we are running low and want to be prepared for the changing seasons.
- FAST Screener Testing: Testing will be taking place in Math and ELA/Reading classes. Please see attached letter for more information. Click here for more info.
Walk & Bike to School Day - Wednesday, October 12!
Encourage your child to bike to school with a friend on October 12 or participate in a bike train. Better yet, you can volunteer to help with a bike train in your neighborhood!
Online School Store
Please read the website carefully. Reach out to Advanced Sportswear with any questions.
Math Corps Volunteers Needed!
FLIPSIDE - After-School
FLIPSIDE schedules will be going out this week! Program Begins Monday OCTOBER 10th!
Registration STILL OPEN, but you are not guaranteed bussing on the first day of program. Program runs Monday-Thursday 3-5pm. Bussing Mondays and Wednesday, students must provide their own transportation Tuesdays and Thursdays.
NEW CLASS ADDED: FUN IN FRENCH!! Openings for: K-POP Dance, WELL PLAYED, MATH Team and CHOIR and more!
Fun in French: Mondays & Wednesdays 3-5 pm Join Alliance Française staff to work on your French while having fun after school! This program is open to students of all French levels and will include learning about Francophone culture and the French language through projects, crafts, music and engaging activities.
Register here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc0F22Fx1QtZU9TNMQPA70NmBvLfKC8QvL_UWoU6RJlFDXdHA/viewform Any question or concerns contact Teanna Rouillard: firstname.lastname@example.org or 651-744-6969