November 20, 2022
Message from Administration and Front Office
Hello Humboldt Families:
We are looking forward to a strong start to Quarter 2. Recently, we have noticed that some students are not moving to classes in a timely manner. For that reason, we are going to begin following hallway procedures on Monday, November 21st to encourage students to arrive to each class on time:
- Students will review THIS PRESENTATION during Advisory/Foundations this week.
- Teachers and staff will continue to support timely transitions during passing time.
- Classroom doors will be closed and locked when the final bell rings.
- Students remaining in the hall will move to the auditorium.
- Students' families will be called after they speak to a staff member in the auditorium.
- Students will return to class with a pass.
- Students who are tardy to more than one class will receive administrative consequences that may include being dismissed for the remainder of the day.
Please reach out with questions.
We are noticing many students arriving late to school after the start time of 8:30 am. Please continue to encourage your child(ren) to be on time to school and in class to avoid further attendance actions. We welcome your continued support and encouragement around this matter.
Winter is fast approaching, and the season can be extreme. Students are expected to attend school every day and on time unless the district declares a e-learning day due to extreme winter weather conditions.
For more information you can access the winter weather plan here. https://www.spps.org/weather
Saint Paul Public Schools guidelines for weather-related school closings and cancellations.
Saint Paul Public Schools uses a variety of methods to inform families about school closures, cancellations and e-learning days. Please make sure your child's contact information is up to date through Campus Parent Portal.
Here is what Humboldt is Thankful for!
Financial Aid Night
Congrats to Ms. Rose Yackley and all the staff who helped make Financial Aid Night a SUCCESS.
35 Seniors Attended
29 Parents, Guardians and Siblings Attended
64 Students and Families total
It was a wonderful night and everyone involved felt the love and support for our Humboldt Seniors. Many students were able to thank their parents as well as our staff for helping them be able to attend the evening and getting them to the point where they felt prepared to consider post secondary options.
Click the link below for photos of the wonderful event!
Family Fun Night
Give to the Max Day
Thanksgiving Distribution 2022
If you are in need this Thanksgiving, please register here for a ticket to pick up your free bag of Thanksgiving groceries. All grocery bags must be picked up in person on the date and time given on your ticket.
Pickup will be Monday, November 21 and Tuesday, November 22. Tickets and correlating time slots will be available on a first-come/first-serve basis. Upon confirmation, you will receive your ticket via email. Make sure you keep your ticket and QR code accessible; you must have a printed or digital copy of your ticket to pick up your bag. We will not be able to give groceries to anyone without a ticket.
Please complete the application through Union Mission Gospel. The application is online, here is the link
Limit 1 Bag per Family.