The Raider Lead
September 2022 Edition
Welcome to "The Raider Lead" Newsletter
A Message from the Principal
Hello, Raider Family,
Welcome to the October edition of the Raider Lead school newsletter! We are excited to share our learning and leadership with you and prepare you for our big rocks this month.
We will be studying Habit 3: Put First Things First. This is the habit of managing your life--your purpose, values, roles and priorities. You can learn more about Habit 3 below by exploring our Home Habit Huddle activity with your family.
Our middle school students are participating in a variety extracurricular activities throughout the month, so be sure to review the calender and remember to priortize your big rocks first!
Let's encourage our students, families, staff, and community as we partner together to be amazing Raiders!
Inspiring life-ready leaders!
Angela A. Tanner
Manny and Clark teach us about putting first things first! Click the link below!
Leader in Me
Clark helps Manny understand what it means to Put First Things First by helping him fit all of his Big Rocks into his week. This video is associated with the 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens: Habit 3: Put First Things First: Plan Weekly, Adapt Daily: Discussion 18, Lesson 19, and Module 21.
BIG ROCKS for the Month of October
- 10/3- Volleyball match @ home (5:30)
- 10/4- 45th day (End of 1st Quarter)
- 10/5- Good News Club (1st-6th grade) begins from 3:00-4:00 HPEM Media Center with parent permission forms returned; Middle School Volleyball away @ 5:30
- 10/6- School Holiday; B-Team Football Away @ 6:00
- 10/7- School Holiday
- 10/11- Report cards for Quarter 1 Emailed (Make sure parent/guardian email is correct in PowerSchool)
- 10/13- B-Team Football Home @ 6:00
- 10/18- Title I Parents' Right to Know Meeting @ 5:45 in the media center; Coffee and Covey Conversations @ 6:00 in the media center (Family learning about the 7 habits)
- 10/20- Make-Up Picture Day; B-Team Football Home @ 6:00
- 10/24-Red Ribbon Week Begins (See Activity Schedules for Elementary and Middle School Below); FSD2 Board Meeting @ 7:00 p.m. @ HPH
- 10/25-Boo-k or Treat! (Details Below) from 6:00-7:30
- 10/27- B-Team Football Home @ 6:00
Highlights from Student-Led Conference Night!
Tracking our WIGs! (Wildly Important Goals)
Our students and homerooms are tracking their iReady WIGs for Reading and Math. We will keep you updated each nine weeks on our progress!
Starting our WIG Goal Charts (Watch for Updates!)
i-Ready Family Center Resources! (Grow those goals!)
i-Ready Central Resources | Family Center - Home
The i-Ready Family Center is the place to learn how you can support and encourage your student's success with i-Ready. Watch Video Guidance and tips for students learning at home Learn More Resources and tips for interpreting student data. Learn More These tips and tools will support your student if they are taking the i-Ready Diagnostic at home.
Help us create a new school mission statement!
HPEM Extended Day Opens! (This is NOT Boys and Girls Afterschool Program)
Extended Application (There are still some spots available!)
Breakfast and Lunch Menus
ALL STUDENTS will receive breakfast and lunch at NO COST for the 2022-2023 school year.
Title I Newsletter for Families
Raider RN Report
Happy October, Raiders!
Please take a few minutes to read the information below about the flu. Unfortunately, it's that time of year! Please use the tips and information provided to keep your family as safe and healthy as possible. As always, please don't hesitate to contact the school nurses if you have questions about the information we have shared or other health concerns for your student.
Mary Alice Faulkenberry,RN
Florence County School District Two Lead Nurse
Hannah-Pamplico Elementary/Middle School Nurse
Hannah-Pamplico Elementary/Middle School Nurse
October Home Habit Huddle!
We are learning about habit 3 for the month of October: Put First Things First. Use the October Home Habit Huddle activities below to connect as a family and have some fun together.
Complete the form below to submit your family for the Family Leadership Feature!
Swinging the Sword- Gifted and Talented
Please check out the recommended book list below for your gifted and talented student!
Early Childhood Resources for Families (Click on Document Below!)
Monthly Average for Absences in September
Our yearly average for absences was 9% for 2021-2022. We need to significantly reduce this percentage for the 2022-2023 school year. Research shows that students who are chronically absent from school perform much lower academically than their peers. Student attendance is critically important to student academic achievement. Please make every effort to ensure that your student(s) are at school on time each day ready to learn!
In September, our average for absences was 7%. That's an improvement, but we can do better! Let's keep moving this number down in October!
October Attendance Goal for Absences
HPEM Parent and Student Handbook 2022-2023
HPEMS Parent and Student Handbook 2022-2023 Parent & Student Handbook 2022-2023 DISCLAIMER: The school and administrative rules contained in this handbook are based on normal school operations. These may be amended or altered due to organizational or schedule c...
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