July 2019 HHASD Newsletter

District Mission Statement

Our mission is to provide a safe, challenging, student-centered learning environment focused on preparing students for their future through supportive parent, staff, and community partnerships.

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Meet Ms. Erika Scheider - FLES Grade 3

As a way of getting to know the newest members of our HHASD family, each new staff member will be introduced through a student-led interview. Please enjoy the first in this series: Ms. Erika Scheider, Third Grade Teacher at FLES. Stay tuned for more!

Farewell 2018/19! Hope you are having a great summer!

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Celebrating Students


End of Year Events!

Summer break isn't just about getting a few months off of school; it's about getting outdoors and enjoying the extra time with friends and family! To help you and your family get started, the HHASD Wellness Committee put together a FUN and EXCITING Summer Bingo card! This is a fun activity for both the child and parent(s) to take part in while being active both mentally and physically. Print off and turn in your completed bingo sheet to Mr. Heinritz on the night of orientation for your special prize! The best part? You'll also be entered into the drawing to win a $25 gift card to Sky Zone Trampoline Park!! BINGO!
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2019/20 Y-Care Registration

The Kettle Morraine YMCA will be offering before- and after-school care, as well as "Kids Day Out" events for most non-school days during the 2019/20 school year.

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2019/20 Busing Survey

If you have already done so, thank you! If not, please complete this form for EACH child so that GO Riteway can begin planning routes for the 2019/20 school year.

Parent Sounding Board Interest Survey

We are seeking parent representative(s) from every grade level to commit to attending each PSB meeting. Proposed dates/times: 8/13, 10/8, 12/10, 2/11, and 4/14; 6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. If interested in being considered for the PSB, click here!

The 2018/19 PSB elected to hold the first meeting in August, which means I will be selecting the 2019/20 PSB committee on July 8th in order to provide everyone with enough notice to participate in the meeting on August 13th. If you are interested, please submit your interest as soon as possible.

In August, I will provide a brief safety update, and in October, Deputy Sheriff Christopher Parkinson will be present to answer any questions parents may have.

Director's Corner

Autism Summer Institute Tuesday, August 13, 2019 Wednesday, August 14, 2019 8:30 - 3:00

Summertime Social Skills

Do you want to increase your child’s social skills this summer? Here’s a list of activity ideas that you can practice with your child that may assist them with feeling comfortable talking to others. You can choose a skill for your child or let them make the choice independently. The key to developing good social skills starts with modeling this behavior. Your child might not feel comfortable with choosing their own words but continue to encourage them and assist them whenever possible.



  • Order a pizza for the family

  • Call a store and check if an item is in stock

  • Go to a stores service desk to return an item

  • Call a store to find out what time they close

  • Tell a joke to a family member

  • Order a meal in a restaurant

  • Purchase an item in a store

  • Follow directions on a recipe

  • Invite a friend to come over to your house.

  • Take turns reading a book aloud to one another

Autism Summer Institute

Tuesday, Aug. 13th, 8:30am

36500 Aurora Drive

Oconomowoc, WI


The institute will focus on:

• Instructional strategies for students with autism

o Kate Mcginnity Key note

o Silent support

o Rate of speech

o Students presentations

Table Talk Topics/Break outs:

• Addressing new behaviors

• Augmentative communication

• Executive function skills

• Strategies to promote independence

• Sensory

• Inclusion

Participants will have the option to choose a book related to

one of the topics discussed during the Institute.
Join Our Team

Printable Application. (Apply for teaching positions at: https://wecan.education.wisc.edu/#/)


22 - Board Meeting

Mark Your Calendars!

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WIS 164 remains closed to through traffic between County Q and WIS 167, and fully closed to all traffic between Monches Rd and Elmwood Rd..

Website: https://projects.511wi.gov/wis164/traffic-impacts/

Washington County Libraries Transform

Did you know that free online courses are available with your library card? Or that you can access 1000s of books and audiobooks? Or attend informational events, concerts, or workshops at no cost? Join the Washington County libraries this spring!

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Summer Reading Kick-Off Party...

3 -2 -1 Blast Off @ the Library This Summer! Kids birth - 6th grade can complete reading logs to win prizes this summer at the Germantown Community library. Reading logs can be turned in Monday, June 10 through Saturday, August 17. Programs include a Summer Reading Kick-Off Party at Fireman's Park, weekly storytimes, Discovery Academy, Thursday Performers, space activities, and other special programs.

Programming information can be located on our print brochure or by viewing our online calendar: http://germantownlibrarywi.org/full-calendar/

Win a gift card...

Teens going into grades 7 – 12 can enter to win gift certificate and other prizes every time they read or listen to a book this summer. Some examples include Target, Starbucks, Kwik Trip, Chipotle, Amazon, Cousins Subs, Pizza Ranch & Buffalo Wild Wings. Reading logs can be turned in Monday, June 10 through Saturday, August 17.

Learning a foreign language? New this year, logs now include reading children’s picture or chapter books in Spanish, German or another language! Spanish and German books are available for checkout in the Children’s Area.

Programming information can be located on our print brochure or by viewing our online calendar: http://germantownlibrarywi.org/full-calendar/