Hazeldale Hawk

School Newsletter - March 10, 2021

From the Principal's Desk

Dear Parents,


As we prepare for return to school, we are so excited to have students back and know you have many questions. See below for a video on what a day looks like for students in hybrid learning.


You will see familiar faces and spaces in the video - thank you to our Hazeldale staff for your participation!!


Also, our school will create a video that is more specific to Hazeldale, such as arrival and dismissal procedures.


Thank you!


Mrs. Bao Vang

Elementary Hybrid English
Elementary Hybrid - (Español)

Transportation Plans

If your child is in hybrid learning, please complete this survey to help us prepare for return to school.


We want information on whether your child will walk home, ride the bus or be picked up. Thank you!


We will send out more detailed information around procedures later.


Si su hijo/hija va a estar en aprendizaje híbrido, por favor complete la encuesta para ayudarnos con prepararnos para regresar a la escuela.


Queremos información sobre si su hijo/hija caminará a casa, viajará en autobús o será recogido. ¡Gracias!


SURVEY

Wellness Wednesdays

Mr. Culbert and Ms. Clifford are sooooo happy to see you again for Wellness Wednesdays! And of course, their special helpers, Mr. Marquez, Mr. Josh and Mrs. Turinsky are super excited to see you again too.


March 17th will be K, 2nd and 3rd.

Important Dates

March 22-26 - Spring Break

March 31st - Dining for Dollars @ Replay Sports Pub & Arcade


April 5th - Hybrid Return to In Person Instruction for grades K, 1 and 2

April 12th - Hybrid Return to In Person Instruction for grades 3, 4, and 5

Kids Heart Challenge Update!!

Just a reminder that your fundraising money is due Friday, March 19th!


The next PE supply/Kids Heart Challenge prize pickup will be FRIDAY, MARCH 19TH FROM 11:00-12:00 AND 5:00-6:00. This will be the last time to turn in your fundraising packet or donate online for the program. Hope to see you all on the 19th Hazeldale Heart Heroes!!!!!

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Food Box Pickup Information

You can get free food box at one of three high schools - Aloha High, Beaverton High and Southridge High.


During Spring Break, you can still get free food boxes at Aloha High School.

Free Meals at Hazeldale

Free meals for kids are available at Hazeldale (and other schools) every Tuesday and Thursday from 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. For additional information, including curbside and bus route locations, click on the link: www.beaverton.k12.or.us/meals.

Library Services at Hazeldale

Read our Hazeldale Library newsletter to learn all about how to get books during CDL.


Reminder: You must wear a mask at all times when you get books.


The last day for the Library Book Bus will be on Wednesday, March 17th.

Social Work Support

Em Rochford, our School Social Worker will have an open time weekly, Mondays from 3:00pm to 4:00pm to meet with families to express their concerns, gain tools, and connect with other parents. This is available to all families. Feel free to stop by.


Topic: Em Rochford Office Hours

Time: Every Monday 3:00pm-4:00pm

Join Zoom Meeting:

https://beavertonk12.zoom.us/j/88084666458?pwd=ZE5ERWE5WURNZ0pKYk1yeHV6ZWhCZz09

Meeting ID: 880 8466 6458

Passcode: SSW

By Phone:

1-253-215-8782

88084666458#

PTO Information

PTO Website

Meet the PTO!

Fundraisers - English

Fundraisers - español

Hazeldale Volunteering


The PTO has a lot of fundraising events throughout the year. If you prefer to donate directly instead of participating, you can donate through the PTO's secure website.


Link to Donate

PTO's Dining for Dollars

Where: Replay Sports Pub & Arcade (formerly Papa's Pizza)


When: March 31st


More info to come!

PTO Meeting Highlight

We had our first guest speaker at our PTO meeting on Monday. Keith Culbert, our Student Success Coach talked about Social Emotional Learning.


Here is the link to the presentation. Lots of resources!!


Stay tuned to hear what our next topic will be!

Hazeldale's Mission and Vision

Hazeldale Elementary School works to support and inspire every child to think, to learn, to care, and to engage with power and agency in a changing world.


We provide a learning environment and instruction that promotes engagement, academic excellence, self-confidence, independence, risk and resilience. We foster respect, an appreciation of self and others, and collaboration through inquiry, exploration, goal setting and service.