HSB DALLAS WEDNESDAY MAIL
October 14 Wednesday Mail
Please read the following announcements carefully as well as any attached flyers.
Dear Parents/Guardians and Students:
The District has developed nutrition guidelines and wellness goals for the school year 2015-2016 in consultation with the local school health advisory council and with involvement from representatives of the student body, school nutrition staff, school administration, the Board,parents, and the public.
Local wellness policies (LWP) are an important tool for parents and CEs to promote student wellness, prevent and reduce childhood obesity and provide assurance that SNP guidelines meet the minimum Federal standards.
There will be an assessment and follow up meeting in regards to goals set in previous meeting,at 11:00 am on Thursday, October 22, 2015 at District Office, 12005 Forestgate Dr Suite 110
Dallas, TX 75243.
If you are willing to participate in the meeting please contact me via email,
District Child Nutrition Director
Movie Night & Fall Carnival
With over 30 nations represented at HSB, a cookbook of your favorite dishes and desserts is sure to be an amazing and unique treasure of tastes and memories.
Complete the attached submission form and drop into the PTO Drop Box in the lobby no later than Oct. 23rd, 2015
The cookbook will be available for only $15! It would make a great Holiday gift too!
Please be advised that students will no longer be allowed to bring Pokemon cards to school as it has been causing issues during lunch, recess, and dismissal. If seen, the cards will be confiscated. We encourage you to send books that your student can read if they are waiting during dismissal. Thank you in advance for your cooperation with this.
EUROPE TRIP to SPAIN AND TURKEY 2016 Spring Break
Dear students, parents and staff,
We are inviting you to join our traditional Spring Break Europe Trip. As Harmony DFW cluster, we are going to have trip to Spain and Turkey during spring break. This trip is offered to students (8-12 grades), Parents and Staff.
Please click on these links below for more information:
Please contact Mr.Kilich at email@example.com for more details.
ARE YOU A STUDENT IN 7TH-11TH GRADE WHO IS LOOKING FOR COMMUNITY SERVICE HOURS?
If so, consider becoming a mentor in our Teen Trendsetters reading mentorship program! We need at least 15-20 students who are looking to build positive relationships with 1st and 2nd graders! We read and discuss great books related to science and social studies, as well as do fun activities. As a mentor, you will develop leadership skills, including patience, motivation, active listening, engagement with others, punctuality, integrity, critical thinking through problem solving, and perseverance. Parent permission and training are required prior to the start of mentoring sessions, which should be during the week of October 5th. Email or come see Mrs. Hare (firstname.lastname@example.org) ASAP if you are interested!
This next Thursday evening, October 1st, 2015 at 6:00 PM, the ESL Department will be hosting an informational parent night. Come and learn all about the school's ESL program and services for our students!
Basketball Season Is Almost Here!
If so, come by Coach Watts office to put your name on the sign up sheet and get the necessary paper work!