Hawk Weekly

September 23rd-27th

Picture Day

Picture Day is Friday, September 27th. Order forms will be coming home soon, but if you like you can also order online at http://kaiserstudio.com/order-pictures.html. The online code is HAVEL2019.

Halloween Costume Guidelines

With October knocking on our door and the excitement of picking out a Halloween costume please keep in mind the following:


All of us at Havel work diligently to teach children how to solve problems in a non-violent way. For Halloween we do not want to see children dressed as perpetrators or victims of violence. This includes props and accessories related to blood, gore, and weapons. Parent, please monitor your child’s costume choices. Keep in mind we don’t want our youngest students frightened by gory or scary costumes. Those should absolutely be avoided. Students whose costume may be too much for our younger students may be asked to not wear their mask or possibly not participate in the parade.

Halloween Treats

All of our classrooms are peanut and tree nut safe. As is our building practice, no CANDY CONTAINING these ingredients will be allowed. As Halloween gets closer, please contact your child's teacher for specific items/food that may be needed for the party. HOMEMADE GOODS are not allowed in the classrooms. Thank you for helping us maintain a safe environment for all our students.

Safety & Security Practice Drill

In accordance with the recommendation from Michigan Department of Education, Utica

Community Schools will continue to conduct practice drills this school year.

Havel Elementary will complete the following drills throughout the school year:

Bus evacuation drills during the fall and again during the spring and include eligible riders as

well as all other students when possible.

Fire Drills (we have completed 2)

Tornado Drills (one scheduled for next week)

Lock Down Drills (we have completed one)

Homerun Hustle Times

Kindergarten-3rd Grade- 9:30-10:25

4th-6th Grade- 10:35-11:25


New this year--Parents are welcome to show their photo ID, sign in at the office, and then join the racers outside!!

Home Run Hustle

This year’s biggest fundraiser is happening NOW! Get in on the action and start collecting those donations from friends and family until October 4th!


ALL proceeds from the Homerun Hustle go directly back to Havel! All of your support helps to make Havel the best place for your child to learn and grow!


Collecting Donations

You can collect money! Cash or checks made payable to Havel Elementary, can be turned in to the school throughout the month of September. You can collect donations online!

Please visit: www.getmovinfundhub.com to set up your child’s pledge page and begin collecting donations immediately! It is a fast and easy to collect donations and share on

social media. So start spreading the word today! This is a secure website to allow for credit cards donations as well…how cool is that?! (please note the link on the flyer that went home was incorrect. the correct link is listed above.)


School Incentives:


$15,000: Mrs. Tepper dyes her hair... the school voted and it will be half blue and half green!


$20,000: Gaga Pit


Fundraising Incentives: If your child raises...

$10: Havel Lanyard

$50: Baseball Keychain

$125: Bubble Soccer with Mrs. Langlois

$200: Bowling with Mrs. Tepper

$300: Principal for the Day


BASKET RAFFLE:

In addition to the Fundraising Incentives, we will once again have basket raffles donated by our amazing staff!


Please contact Mrs. Langlois with any questions regarding the fundraiser at: Roberta.Langlois@uticak12.org

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Policy On Personal Items

Any cell phones must be turned off and out of view

during school hours or while on the bus OR IT WILL BE

CONFISCATED and an adult must come up to school to pick it up.


Students should NOT bring toys, game boys,

Nintendo DS or any hand-held electronic games, CD

players, MP3 or IPods, PDA’s, memorabilia, special

cards or other collectible or expensive items to

school.


Havel Elementary School is not responsible for

personal items that are lost or damaged.


Such items will be collected and kept in the office. A

parent must come and retrieve any items they wish

to have returned.

September/October Dates To Know

September

20th-27th- Book Fair Week In Media Center

24th- Home Run Hustle Run- Times TBA

27th- Picture Day

October

4th- World Smile Day

7th- Bus Evacuation Practice

8th- 6th Grade Camp Tamarack

14th- Columbus Day

16th- 5th Grade @ DIA

26th- Make A Difference Day

31st- 1/2 Day Halloween 12:04 Dismissal