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School Newsletter — June 10th, 2020

Volunteer Appreciation Video Link!

Volunteers!!! We are so grateful for you. Please watch this video sharing just a snippet of our appreciation!

End of the Year Slide Show Sent on THURSDAY, JUNE 11TH via School Messenger

Watch your email for a message from School Messenger/Hazeldale and/or Hazeldale Hawks Facebook page for the End of the Year Slide Show on the last day of school for students—June 11th! You may want to watch this one as a whole family. I'll admit, I've seen it and I needed a few tissues! Tears of great memories and joy!

SUMMER TIME: Hazeldale's Last Dance Party of the School Year!

We hope you'll watch and dance along with this one!


Hazeldale Staff Dance Party: Summertime Edition

End of Year Wave-By/Clap out

In celebration of our 5th graders and end-of-the-year, Hazeldale staff is excited to see you all one last time before Summer Break!


On Thursday, June 11th at 4:00 PM members of the Hazeldale staff will be standing (6 ft from each other) in the car pick-up/drop off line so the Hazeldale community can come by and give us all a wave or even a pool noodle high five!!

  • 5th graders and their families at 4 pm
  • All other grades 4:15 pm


Logistics/Notes:

-It will work like car pick-up/drop off, please keep the car line moving through.

-There will be traffic congestion, please be kind and patient.

-We are encouraging masks to be worn.

-If you think you might be sick, please stay home.

-We are encouraging a drive-by wave, but if you do walk or ride, please follow all social distancing measures and be careful of cars.


-Please note, this is not a time to drop off or pick up any school supplies.


Angela Tran

Principal

Note from the Principal

Dear Families of Hazeldale,


In light of what is happening in our country right now, I feel compelled to make a statement. As a human, mother, and an educator I have a wide range of emotions about what has happened and continues to happen to Black Americans. I do believe now is the time for change.


Racism has no place in the Beaverton School District or at Hazeldale Elementary. I stand with my Black colleagues, students, and families to say racism must end.


We must speak out and promote understanding through education to create a better, smarter, and kinder world. It is not enough to believe racism needs to end and Black students should receive an equitable education. We must have action steps. I know that the Hazeldale staff is committed to the following already, as is the new principal. There are likely more action steps that should be taken or revised.


  1. When incidents of racism come forward it will be addressed and parents will be informed.
  2. We will continue to add to library books and curriculums that represent Black voices, in an effort to help create a fuller richer picture of Black culture and lives.
  3. Staff will use culturally responsive practices to support academic access for Black students.
  4. Restorative practices and teaching behavior will continue to be the way we respond to discipline issues.
  5. An open invitation for Black families to attend the Parent Teacher Organization meetings and to participate in school decision making.
  6. Embedding school wide opportunities for Black culture to be celebrated and valued.
  7. Engaging in honest dialogue to confront our own implicit bias.
  8. Embedded Social Emotional Learning on identity and respect for diversity.


The Hazeldale staff continues to work on creating a loving safe environment where young minds can grow. Conversations about racism can be messy and uncomfortable. However if we are to grow as a community we must engage in uncomfortable conversations and be able to listen to each other. The first step in changing hearts and minds is to have difficult conversations and confront our own implicit bias. I am not an expert on race. However I am committed to bring in resources to support teachers and students. I am committed to listening and learning to be a better advocate. I highly encourage you to talk to children about racism. Here are some resources you might find helpful. Thank you for giving me this opportunity to share our commitment to educating young minds at Hazeldale Elementary.


Working with you for kids,


Angela Tran

Summer Newsletter from the Teaching and Learning Department

This newsletter includes information about Summer Reading and Math, SEL activities, and resources to share with children about racism.

Chromebooks—Please KEEP over the summer unless moving

If your family is moving outside of the Beaverton School District boundaries, and your child was issued any type of BSD device (such as a Chromebook), please return them.


Monday June 15th - Thursday June 14th between 1 and 2 pm


If that time/date window does not work please email our Technology Support Specialist to schedule an alternate date and time: Wesley_Hayashi@beaverton.k12.or.us

Kinder Registration Has Begun—Register Now!

Kindergarten registration for Fall, 2020, is open! Students must be five years of age on or before September 1st, per State Statute, and live within the attendance boundary of our school. We invite you to register early as this assists us in confirming enrollment for staffing purposes.


New student registrations can be completed online. Go to the Beaverton School District Website/Enrolling Your Child (under quick links at the bottom of the main page). Be sure to register for the 2020-2021 School year.


*If you need a paper enrollment packet, there will be a box to pick up and a box to return enrollment forms on Wednesdays from 8 am to 12 pm beginning May 13th.


Upon enrolling you will either need to upload or bring in to be copied the following in order to make your child’s registration complete:


  • completed student enrollment form (if not completed online)
  • certificate of immunization
  • birth certificate (we will make a copy of your original)
  • migrant questionnaire
  • proof of address


The office staff is happy to help you with registration and to answer any questions.

Phone: 503.356-2010 or email: kathy_cook@beaverton.k12.or.us

Summer Reading!

Summer Reading is HERE!


Elementary Summer Reading Newsletter


Get ready for the summer reading season with information regarding:


  • Public library summer reading programs

  • How to access the district’s eBook library (Sora)

  • Recommended reading lists

  • OBOB 2021 title list with book trailers

  • ORCA 2021 title list with book trailers


PLUS a downloadable Summer Reading BINGO card!

Upcoming Events

Key Dates and Events Coming Up:


    Hazeldale is a school meal site during the school closure: Meals available Monday through *Thursdays 11-12 (grab and go). Click here for the locations and schedules.

    *Note: As of Thursday, May 14th, you can pick up Fridays meals on Thursdays as well.

    Kindergarten Enrollment: If you need a paper enrollment packet, there will be a box to pick up and a box to return enrollment forms on Wednesdays from 8 am to 12 pm.


    Thursday, June 11th at 4:00 PM—Wave By


    • 5th graders and their families at 4 pm
    • All other grades 4:15 pm

    District Goal: WE empower all students to achieve post-high school success.


    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.

    Hazeldale Elementary School

    The District prohibits discrimination and harassment based on any basis protected by law, including but not limited to, an individual's actual or perceived race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, national or ethnic origin, marital status, age, mental or physical disability, pregnancy, familial status, economic status, veteran status, or because of a perceived or actual association with any other persons within these protected classes.