Henry Hawk News
Week of May 15, 2023
Dear Henry Families,
Wishing all of our Henry mom's a Happy Mother's Day!
May Upcoming Dates
15th-18th ~ Vision and Hearing Testing
18th ~ 7th Grade Anti-Cruelty Field Trip
22nd - 23rd ~ Vision and Hearing Testing
25th ~ 8th Grade Luncheon
30th ~ 8th Grade Six Flags Field Trip
June Upcoming Dates
1st ~ 8th Grade Picnic
5th ~ 8th Grade Graduation @ 1:30 p.m.
7th ~ Last Day of School
Have a great week!
Mr. Gutierrez and Ms. Reynolds
Juan Gutierrez, Principal
Mary Ann Reynolds, Assistant Principal
IN THE HENRY HAWK NEWS THIS WEEK
PreK-5th, 6th-7th, and 8th
Track and Flag Football
School Counselor: I'll be there for you (NEW!)
Henry Student/Parent Handbook 2022-2023
PK-5 ABC Countdown
6th-7th ABC Countdown
8th Grade ABC Countdown
Track and Flag Football
ES SCORE! Network 1 7th/8th 05-12-23 4:00PM Winnemac Stadium (RESCHEDULED)
ES SCORE! Networks 1-7 7th/8th ONLY 05-31-23 4:00PM Lane Stadium
Congratulations to our Henry Flag Football Team for a great season.
Happy Mother's Day to all our mothers and mother figures!
Here are some ways to celebrate Mother's Day this year: https://www.pbs.org/parents/mothers-day
Mother's Day can also be a challenging day for some of our students and families. If this mother's day is hard, try to make a plan in advance so that when the day comes you and your family are prepared. Create a fun ritual with your family that can be anything: going to the movies, taking a family walk, or doing an art project together. If mother's day is hard, it would be a good day to tune out social media too. Finally, it's OK for it to be a hard day. Make sure to acknowledge your feelings or your student's feelings, talk about them, and ask for support if you or your students need it.
- All visitors, including parents, visiting a school must behave appropriately and adhere to school rules and visitor protocol while on CPS property. Every visitor must check in at the security check-point at the main entrance (Door #2). The security officer will ask for a valid state ID or driver's license from the visitor. If a state ID or driver's license is not available, the security officer will check in the visitor by manually typing their information into the Visitor Management System (VMS). Visitors who fail or refuse to provide valid identification or other identifying information will not be allowed entry into the building.
- Once a visitor has been checked into the VMS, the visitor will receive a badge that must be visibly worn and escorted throughout the building during their visit. Visitors who do not wear their badge must be redirected to the security check-point. If a parent seeks to visit a classroom to observe their child, the parent should request permission from the teacher and/or school staff to discuss appropriate times and days. This notification must be done at least 24 hours prior to their visit.