HAS Weekly Update
November 4, 2022
Lost and Found
6th Grade Social
The PTA is excited to announce the HAS 6th Grade Fall Ball! The event is scheduled for Friday November 18th from 7:00pm-9:00pm. The kids are sure to have a (Fall!) Ball with a DJ, games, and a selfie station. An allergy-safe snack & water will be provided (see list of snacks below).
If your HAS 6th grader would like to attend, you MUST complete the permission slip by clicking here.
Please note: Drop off is at 7:00 pm at the Main Door and all students must be picked up by an adult promptly at 9:00 pm at the Main Door. Students will NOT be allowed to walk/bike home.
**List of snacks: Cheez-its, Snyder's Gluten Free Pretzels, Welch's Fruit Snacks, Individually Wrapped Twizzlers
Click here for the flyer of the event
Full Value/ SEL Family Night
Wednesday, November 16, 2022
6:30- 8:00 PM
This workshop is designed to define and explain the five social-emotional learning competencies as well as the six principles of Full Value. This is a hands-on workshop and parents and students who attend will be provided with practical tips and strategies for incorporating SEL and Full Value at home.
Presenters: Cari Lopez, Principal at Livingston Avenue School, Grace Rivetti School Counselor @ LAS and WAS, Gayle Colucci District Coordinator of Culture and Climate
Parent/child presentation K-8
Location-Livingston Avenue School
11/8/22 - School Closed, Election Day
11/10/22 &, 11/11/22 - School Closed, Teachers' Convention
11/17/22 - PTA Meeting
11/18/22 - Grade 6 Social
11/23/22 - Single Session for students and staff
11/24/22 & 11/25/22 - Thanksgiving Recess
12/2/22 - "Haphazardly Ever After" (Fall Drama Production), 7pm
12/3/22 - "Haphazardly Ever After" (Fall Drama Production), 7pm
12/4/22 - "Haphazardly Ever After" (Fall Drama Production), 2pm
Governor's Educators of the Year
Do you know a classroom teacher or educational services professional who is dedicated, inspiring, and making a difference? If so, please take the time to recommend this person for the Governor’s Educator of the Year Program by completing this nomination form.
ATTENDANCE AND LATENESS
Punctuality is also a habit HAS strives to expect and support. Middle school students who arrive after 8:10 a.m. are considered tardy. They must obtain a late pass from the office. After the sixth tardy, a student will receive a lunch detention each time they are tardy. Parents/Guardians will be notified if their child has been tardy five or more times. On February 1st tardy counts will reset and the process will begin again.
Elementary Drop Off
No Dogs on School Property
Bringing along the family dog, especially with such pleasant weather, during arrival and dismissal has become a common practice for many. However, it does pose some safety concerns for students who have a fear of dogs.
Thanks to everyone for being mindful of keeping the school grounds free of any dogs so that all students can move about freely without worry of having to come in contact or pass by a dog on the premises.
Notes from the School Nurse
Please know that when items for middle school students are dropped off the students will be called at the end of the period to pick up their belonging. This is to help limit interruptions.
If you are coming to the building for a meeting or to pick up a student please be aware that will not be allowing anyone to enter the building while the middle school students are passing between classes during period changes. We appreciate your patience.
You must have your ID to enter the building. If you are dropping off your child and you don't have your ID ring the bell and had your student enter the vestibule. Your child will then ring the second bell and the office staff will bring them in and direct them to class.
Parking Lot Safety
Kindergarten Single Sessions
**Kindergarten single sessions will alternate between AM & PM classes according to the following schedule:
11/23 (AM), 12/23 (PM), 2/6 (AM), 3/13 (PM), 6/21 (AM), 6/22 (PM)