Hazeldale Hawk

School Newsletter - March 31, 2021

Welcome to Hybrid and CDL Learning!

Dear All,

We are so excited for the start of hybrid/CDL instruction on Monday, April 5th. Students in grades K-2 who signed up for hybrid will start on Monday here in the building at 9:00. Students can be dropped off at 8:45 a.m. Students in grades K-2 who signed up for CDL will start classes at 12:15 p.m. each day.

Grades 3-5 students, please see instructions from your teacher about what each day will look like.

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Preparing for Hybrid and CDL


* K-2 students begin hybrid on Monday, April 5th

* 3-5 students begin hybrid on Thursday, April 8th.

* Doors open at 8:45 a.m.

* The end of the school day is at 11:15 a.m.

* Follow staff directions when dropping off and picking up students

* Staff will be wearing blue Hazeldale shirts!!

* All must wear a mask at all times. Stay 6-ft apart.

* Afternoons and Wednesdays will be asynchronous learning.

* Patience is needed during this time of newness and changes. Especially during dismissal.

* Your child's teacher will tell you what your child needs to bring to school.


* Asynchronous learning will be assigned in the morning.

* Live zoom lessons will occur in the afternoon, 12:15 - 2:30.

* Look for specific information from your child's teacher.

Just in Case You Missed our Return to School Video

Hazeldale - Return to School (English)
Hazeldale - Return to School (Spanish)

Going Home Plans for Hybrid

If your child is going home a different way, call 503-356-2010 OR email Kathy_cook@beaverton.k12.or.us before 9:00 a.m. of the day the plan is changed.

** Please use the attendance line to report absences @ 503-356-2011.



Important Dates

April 5th - Hybrid Return to In Person Instruction for grades K, 1 and 2

* Gr. 3, 4 and 5 hybrid students will meet in the a.m. on Zoom.

* Gr. 3, 4 and 5 CDL students will meet in the p.m. on Zoom.

April 8th - Hybrid Return to In Person Instruction for grades 3, 4, and 5

Kids Heart Challenge Update!!

Kids Heart Challenge was an AMAZING success this year at Hazeldale. We set out with an ambitious goal of raising $4,500 for the American Heart Association and as a school we far surpassed that goal. All of the money has been turned in now so I can share our final numbers and I am proud to report Hazeldale Elementary students and families raised $9,637.47!!!! This shattered our previous high fundraising mark of $6,300 back in 2015. I hope everyone feels great about this accomplishment as we help people in need as a community.

Since we met our goal I will be dyeing my beard rainbow colors this week so your students can look forward to seeing that in PE class this week 😊. Also, we are planning the sliming of myself and Mr Culbert for sometime in June before school gets out so the 24 students who raised $150 or more will get the details for when that will be happening. Finally, the class that had the most fundraisers participate in the program was Mrs Martinez kindergarten class with 10 students participating. Because of this they will get a zoom lunch date with me this Friday, April 2nd.

Thank you so much for everyone's participation in this awesome program and keep exercising and eating healthy to keep our hearts going strong! I have sent off all the cash and check donations and have been told that we will get all the prizes sometime in May. Sorry for the delay but everything is taking longer to be delivered this year. I will make sure and let students who raised money know when the prizes arrive and how to get those when they do.

We do need to recognize our top ten fundraisers from this year as they played a major part in getting our school to nearly double our fundraising goal.

1) James Sword (Danielson) $1,062 dollars donated

2) Benjamin Young (Hogan) $581 dollars donated

3) Roke Rose (Danielson) $512 dollars donated

4) Liam Foren (Laing) $483 dollars donated

5) Emily Burke (Martinez) $349 dollars donated

6) Mikaela Lardieri (Taylor) $325 dollars donated

7) Noah Aeria (Laing) $285 dollars donated

8) Juan Carlos Riestra (Hogan) $271 dollars donated

9) Dominic Dellacioppa (Hinds) $257 dollars donated

10) Madyson Lardieri (Haynes) $255 dollars donated

I also want to recognize the 14 other students who raised more than $150 and will be getting to slime myself and Mr Culbert for their great fundraising efforts:

Peyton Bolf, Micah Crump, Anna Crump, Elizabeth Esch, Abram Gilbertson, Hailey Hebert, Charlie Howard, Patrick Howard, Asher Long, Colin Lucey, Devin Mercer, Emercyn Nelson, Santiago Perez Garrido and Malcolm Schultz.

In total we had 115 students bring in money and it was a total team effort. Thank you thank you thank you for all the lives we helped to save through this program. Go Hawks!

Mr Lynn

Bilingual Music Parent Event - Tonight!

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Library Services at Hazeldale

Read our Hazeldale Library newsletter to learn all about how to get books during CDL.

Reminder: You must wear a mask at all times when you get books.

The last day for the Library Book Bus will be on Wednesday, March 17th.

Social Work Support

Em Rochford, our School Social Worker will have an open time weekly, Mondays from 3:00pm to 4:00pm to meet with families to express their concerns, gain tools, and connect with other parents. This is available to all families. Feel free to stop by.

Topic: Em Rochford Office Hours

Time: Every Monday 3:00pm-4:00pm

Join Zoom Meeting:


Meeting ID: 880 8466 6458

Passcode: SSW

By Phone:



PTO Information

PTO Website

Meet the PTO!

Fundraisers - English

Fundraisers - español

Hazeldale Volunteering

The PTO has a lot of fundraising events throughout the year. If you prefer to donate directly instead of participating, you can donate through the PTO's secure website.

Link to Donate

PTO's Dining for Dollars Today!

Where: Replay Sports Pub & Arcade (formerly Papa's Pizza)

When: March 31st

You can use an electronic flyer. No need to print.

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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.