Hometown School Newsletter
March 8, 2022
This is the last week for the 5Essentials Survey. If you could take a minute to complete a few questions and provide your feedback we would greatly appreciate it. There were many fun activities for families this past week. Take a look at some of the great pictures and memories we captured!
Students will be able to wear green on March 17th to celebrate St. Patrick's Day.
5Essentials Parent Survey- WE NEED YOUR VOICE- Last Day is March 11th
We only have 22% of the parent voice! Please consider taking the survey.
As a parent, this opportunity will allow you to share your thoughts on the important elements of school effectiveness. You and your student's identity and survey responses will be kept completely confidential and anonymous. To get started with the survey head to d123.org/five.
Title 1 Literacy Luau Night
Ohana means family
Thank you to the Hometown family for hosting such an incredible Title 1 Literacy event for our families.
Hunting for treasure
Students played games to help build literacy skills.
Mrs. Coughlin and other staff members introduced parents to new ways to help build literacy skills at home.
Ohana means family
Cookies and Canvas Paint Night
This sweet girl enjoyed painting a butterfly during cookies and canvas night.
A Colorful World
"Life is a great big canvas, throw all the paint you can on it." ~Danny Kaye
"All Children are Artists"
(quote by Pablo Picasso)
TPS and Kindergarten Registration- NOW OPEN
If your student is already registered with district in EC or preschool, you will just register with the backpack registration in April. If you would like to register your children for Tuition Preschool please use the link below. Kindergarten registration is also open. Please use the second link to register your child for the next school year. We can't wait to meet all of our new learners.
Concert- Grades 2 and 3
Goodies with Grandparents
Spring Craft Night- April 14th
PTA Meeting- State of the District
Teacher Spotlight: Mrs. Kara Noland
How long and what grades have you taught?
This is my fifth year teaching in the CASE Program. I have taught K-4th grade since I have been at Hometown.
If you could travel anywhere, where would you go and why?
My husband and I love visiting National Parks. I am hoping a trip to Alaska is in our future!
What is the best thing about working at Hometown?
The best thing about working at Hometown is the staff! So much collaboration and teamwork happen behind the scenes to ensure our students are successful! I have made so many wonderful friends since I started here. :)
What is your favorite food?
I love pizza! It is basically the sixth food group in our house.
Who is someone you admire and why?
I admire my husband, Luke. He is super easy going and kind and always supportive of his loved ones.
If you see Mrs. Noland around the school make sure you say hello!!
The Great Outdoors
A photo of Mrs. Noland and two of her pals hiking in Colorado.
(I spy Ms. Mallon ! :)
Mrs. Noland and her sweet puppy Remy when he was just a little guy.
Happily Ever After
What a beautiful view!! Mrs. Noland and her husband were married in Lake Tahoe, CA.