Heritage Monthly News

June 2022

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Dear Heritage Families

June already? We cannot believe we have made it to the end of the school year. This year has given us so much joy, and we are so thankful you shared your children with us. Thank you for being a partner in your child's education, because without your support we would not have made the gains we did. We hope you have a fun-filled summer, where you can take some time to relax and recharge. Please take a minute to read through the information below, because there is a little something for everyone.


Have a wonderful summer!

Maura Neville

Heritage Principal

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Student Safety

As the last couple of weeks are here, we know a lot of you are signing out your children early for a variety of reasons. Please remember to ensure the safety and security of our students at Heritage Elementary we ask that if you are picking your child up early from school, you bring your identification card to the office when signing your child out. Our office staff will ask you to identify yourself and hold your ID card up to the window for verification. This will help us ensure you are a safe adult for one of our children. While we understand this procedure can be frustrating, especially if you have to go back to your car for your identification, we are doing this to keep everyone safe and secure. Thank you in advance for cooperating with this very important procedure.

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MAP Results

We have completed our MAP testing for the year at Heritage. In the coming days you will receive a report of your child's progress on our spring benchmark, along with the scores your child obtained throughout the year. In looking at our scores we have seen students make growth at their own personal pace and achieve the goals they set for themselves at either the start of the year, or in January. Take a minute to talk with your child about their scores and see if they reached the goal they set for themselves this year.
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What is Summer Slide?

“Summer slide,” “brain drain,” and “summer learning loss” all describe the phenomenon, and occurs when students “turn off their brains” during the summer months. "Learning loss" is the general umbrella term, of course, but it can attach itself to any specific discipline, like "summer reading loss," etc. To prevent summer slide with your child take the opportunity to continue reading during the summer months, join the library's summer reading program, keep up on IXL, and make everyday summer activities a mathematical journey. You can keep your child's skills sharp and ready for next year by doing one thing each day.
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Summer Spanish Classes


Provided by The City of Avon Parks & Recreation


Spanish 1

Spanish 1 is a beginning conversation class in which students will build an immense vocabulary that includes themes such as greetings, counting to 100, family members, colors, verbs and much more! Spanish cultures will be explored, foods will be sampled and songs will be sung. Class ends with a piñata, fashion show and fiesta!

WHO: Students entering grades 1 - 6

WHERE: Community Center at Northgate Park

WHEN: June 13-17 * 9:00A.M. - 10:30A.M.

FEE: $100


Spanish 2

In Spanish 2 students will learn to count to 1,000, conjugate verbs and learn a great deal of vocabulary including months, seasons, animals and question words. We will craft maracas, play bingo, eat tacos and re-create a bull fight! Spanish I is not required.

WHO: Students entering grades 1 - 6

WHERE: Community Center at Northgate Park

WHEN: June 20-24 * 9:00A.M. - 10:30A.M.

FEE: $100


Register online at www.cityofavon.com (Parks & Recreation - Online Registration - Spanish Gr. 1-6)

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Summer Office Hours

The Heritage North Office will be open 8:00 am-1:00 pm through June 17th. We will reopen on August 1st with the same hours. If you need assistance outside of these days and hours please email the person you are trying to get in touch with. Thank you in advance.
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I'm Possible Café Craft & Vendor Show Benefit

Please join us on June 5 from 10 AM-4 PM for a Craft & Vendor Show at Avon Middle School to raise money for I'm Possible Games Café. I'm Possible Games Café is a new business coming to Avon, founded by Robin Kane, as a board game café that will be a safe and inclusive place for all individuals with special abilities, families, and friends.


We appreciate all of your support! Please contact Devon Gazdak (delorged@avoneagles.org) or Veronica Mulgrew (mulgrewv@avoneagles.org) if you have any questions or would like to learn more information about this event.

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Summer Fun

Are you looking for opportunities for your child to be engaged this summer? Look no further than Avon Parks and Rec. You will find camps, workshops and activities for all your interests and needs. Checkout their website below.


https://www.cityofavon.com/178/Parks-Recreation

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For Your Calendar

June 1, 2nd Grade Visiting Heritage

June 2, AHS Graduation

June 5, I'm Possible Craft and Vendor Show at AMS

June 6, Field Day

June 7, Field Day Rain Date

June 8, Last Day of School for Students

2022-2023 Board Approved Calendar

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Contact Information

Avon Heritage Elementary

35575 Detroit Road
Avon, OH 44011


440-937-9660


Maura Neville-Principal

nevillem@avoneagles.org


Emily Russ-Assistant Principal

russe@avoneagles.org


Gary Vojtush-Assistant Principal

vojtushg@avoneagles.org