Hearst Weekly Update
October 27, 2019
Good evening Owls,
This week marks the final week of instruction in the first term and our first ever Fall Fest! Details about Fall Fest have been shared on Bloomz and I hope to see many of you at Hearst on Friday. We're looking forward to a fun day to celebrate fall and the end of our first quarter of learning!
Thanks for your continued support and I hope you had a wonderful weekend,
- Monday, October 28th - Hearst Autism Fund Meeting, 3:30-4:30, Room 214
- Friday, November 1 - Fall Festival
What I'm reading this week: Ethical Leadership and Decision Making in Education, Joan Poliner Shapiro and Jacqueline A. Stefkovich
News and Announcements from Hearst
Articles of Interest
Youth Bakes a Bright Future ( A Story About a Former Owl!)
AFRO/ Troy Donté Prestwood
The temperatures outside may be cooling off, but it’s quite the opposite inside the kitchen of 13-year old Madelynn Martin. With the home oven set to 350 degrees, you can even say it’s sweltering. That’s part of what her popular “Very Strawberry” recipe calls for: two large eggs, a stick and a half of butter, some baking flour, milk, fresh strawberries—and a hot oven.
News and Announcements from DCPS
DCPS SY20-21 First Day of School
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News and Announcements from Other Organizations
Music Masterclass Series
My name is Herb Scott and I am the executive director of the Capitol Hill Jazz Foundation. I am reaching out to you because our organization is hosting a free masterclass series in partnership with DPR this Fall and I wanted to reach out and see if you would recommend any of your students to participate.
The goal of the masterclass is to prepare students in grades 5-12 for music competitions, compete for first chair, or plan to audition for college/university music programs.
Our first masterclass kicks off Saturday Oct. 26th and students can register at musicmaster.splashthat.com
Please let me know if you would be able to assist in providing students for this series.
All the best,
Capitol Hill Jazz Foundation