Hackett Hawks Weekly Update
Update for 12/6 - 12/10
Thanks for your continued support in your student's education. Here is an overview of the week ahead:
Week of 12/6 - 12/10
M-December 6th: School Day; 3
Tu-December 7th: School Day; 4 / 2nd Grade Family Breakfast
Wed-December 8th: School Day; 1
Thu- December 9th: School Day; 2
Fri- December 10th: School Day; 3
-12/14: Las Posadas @ 4:30pm (Hackett GYM)
-12/15 Early Release @ 1:30pm
-12/18 - 1/2: Winter Break (No School)
-1/3: School Resumes
If you have any questions or need support in any way, please contact the main office at 608-361-2405. Please stay safe and healthy!
-Mr. McReynolds & the Hackett Staff
Morning Arrival Details & Videos
Start/End time: School begins at 7:30am and ends at 3:00pm
AM Arrival: To ensure proper social distancing and to alleviate congestion, we have assigned each grade level to a designated door for entry each morning. Please drop your student off to the following doors in the morning:
Door 1: 3rd grade (main entrance)
Door 3: 4K/5K (playground)
Door 4: Grades 1 & 2 (playground)
Please watch the following videos that break down morning arrival into more detail:
Early Release Wednesdays
-1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month at 1:30 pm
-No after school care on site
The next early release date for December is :
Click link for detailed school calendar:
All staff, students and visitors must wear a mask while inside the building. Please make sure you are sending a mask with your student(s) each day. The district has a limited supply of masks and we do not have enough to give to students each day.
Keep a mask in your students’ backpacks. Try to store it in the same pocket each time so they get used to knowing where it should be.
Send your student(s) with multiple masks to school in case they lose one or it breaks.
Wash fabric masks with warm water and soap, then leave to dry overnight.
It is very possible that one morning we will not have masks on hand due to limited supply. If that happens, and your student(s) comes without a mask, they will need to be taken home to get one and will be tardy to school, or not allowed in their classroom until one is brought from home. Please help us prevent that!
Thank you for your help!
Hackett Elementary School Staff
After School Care Options
The YMCA is partnering with the elementary schools to offer after school care at several of the elementary schools. The YMCA after school program hours will be: School Dismissal - 6 p.m. Grades: 4K - 1st
Contact: Aleasha Delgado at 608-365-2261 or email@example.com Our After School Enrichment Program serves school-aged children with a variety of fun and educational activities designed to help our young learners. Be sure to let the YMCA know you are from Converse if you choose to sign-up. Registration forms are able to be filled out on line for enrollment and can be emailed back. Paperwork can also be dropped off at the Y. There is a registration fee to hold your spot.
Boys and Girls Club - 1st, 2nd and 3rd Graders (ages 6 and up)
Please contact the Stateline Boys and Girls Club at 608-365-8874
Community Hub Events & Free COVID testing
December Specials Schedule
SDB - Child Find Screenings
Please Join Us for Las Posadas
Matt Wilhelm Student Assembly - Thursday, December 16th
Second Harvest Mobile Food Bank Pantry
For more information and a calendar of dates and times, visit https://www.secondharvestmadison.org/partner-resources/mobile-pantry-schedule
Or call 608-223-9121
● People’s Church (340 W. Grand Ave.) 2nd Wednesday of the month at 10 am
● People’s Church (340 W. Grand Ave.) 4th Tuesday of the month at 10 am
● St. John Vianney Catholic Church (1250 E. Racine St) 1st Monday of the month
○ Registration from 11:30-12:30, Food Distribution from 12:30-2:00 pm
● First Lutheran Church (612 N Randall Ave) 2nd Thursday of the month. 4-6 pm
Any changes to times or locations for mobile pantry distributions will be communicated via our texting service. You will ONLY receive a text notification if there is a change. Text FOODROCK to 47177.
Second Harvest does not require any identification or proof of residency. Bring bags or boxes if possible. They distribute about 60 pounds of food per household.
Speak Up, Speak Out
Created by the Wisconsin Department of Justice (DOJ) Office of School Safety (OSS), the SPEAK UP, SPEAK OUT Resource Center is a comprehensive, one-stop place to turn with important concerns.
SPEAK UP, SPEAK OUT allows students, parents, school staff, and community members to confidentially report tips on potential harm or criminal activities directed at school students, school employees, and schools. The SPEAK UP, SPEAK OUT Resource Center can respond confidentially and quickly to get help to you or to someone who is hurting or struggling.
Tips can be submitted 24-hours-a-day, 7-days-a-week by telephone, mobile app, or via the SPEAK UP, SPEAK OUT website. The phone number to report potential or criminal activity directed at students, school employees and/or schools is 1-800-697-8761. To access the website Tip Line, Click HERE.
For more information, please visit the Speak Up, SpeakOut Website.
Hackett Hawks Office Contacts
Assistant Principal - Chamari Moore
Secretary - Cristina Garcia
Social Work - Lori Hall
School Counselor - Shanae Woodward
School Psychologist - Jaden Gorniak
HRA - Mary Anne Bennett