Astro September Update #1
Dream big. Reach for the stars. Together we achieve success!
We are getting closer to starting our year together. Teachers will continue their welcome calls. These calls are a chance to meet each other and to help with anything you need to get this school year started. We are all mourning the loss of our beginning of the school year traditions, but this year will give us a chance to learn more skills and try new things. We will be brave together and not worry about being perfect. Please continue to reach out if there is anything we can do to support you and your student.
Chromebooks and Hotspots
Welcome Conference Sign-up
Preparing for School
- Make a plan for school time. Designate a place for school work.
- Gather school supplies.
- Make a list of questions you and your student have about school so you can ask your student's teacher when they call.
If you need help with school supplies or technology, contact the school office at 503-844-1300.
Class Materials and Chromebook Pick-up - Everyone will have something to pick up.
Pick-up time is from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm.
K - 3 on September 10th
4 - 6 on September 11th
Comprehensive Distance Learning Timeline
School meals will be delivered by our school buses. Please use MyBus Student Route Look up to find your assigned stop and delivery time. You will use your student's school id number as the login and their birthdate (in MM/DD/YY format) as the password.
Children may qualify for reduced or free meals if your household income level within a certain range. This range was recently expanded to allow more children to access meals. Please see the linked forms for more information and to apply if you qualify.
Sept . 2, 3, 8, 9, 10 Meet your teacher calls/Google Meet chats.
Sept. 14 Comprehensive Distance Learning starts
Oct.8 No school - Staff Development
Oct 9 No school - Non-contract day
Nov. 6. No School- Conference Prep
Nov 11 No School - Veterans Day
Nov 13 No school - Conferences
Nov. 11 - 24 Scholastic Book Fair online
Nov. 26-27 No school - Thanksgiving and Non-contract day.
The safety and well being of our students is our number one priority and we are here to help, as well as our community partners. We know that the global pandemic has been challenging in many ways, including mental health of those in our community. Therefore we want to acknowledge Mental Health Awareness Month (also referred to as "Mental Health Month"), which has been observed in May in the United States since 1949. Many national organizations such as NAMI, Mental Health America, and other affiliates spotlight Mental Health Month to raise awareness about the importance of mental health and to stop the stigma associated with mental health. The Hillsboro School District also wants to spotlight and thank our local resources and organizations that continue to be available for support during COVID-19. Please go to https://www.hsd.k12.or.us/coronavirus for more information or for immediate access please call the agencies listed. (Admin: See above Support Sticker to post with this message). Our school staff are available Monday-Thursday for any assistance or questions that you or your student may have and we appreciate your partnership during these unprecedented times.