Errol Hassell Family News- December 4, 2020
Book Bus on Wednesdays
Reading and Writing: Teachers' College Units of Study
Math: Math Workshop
EHSL Spotfiy Playlist by Mrs. Palmer
Hi EH students,
When you come to check out a book during Undercover Library or the Book Bus, you will also get to choose a MakerSpace craft to create at home. Mrs. Plew and I will offer three different toilet paper roll crafts to choose from:
The Grinch (animated holiday movie originated 1966)
Olaf the Snowman (2013 Disney’s “Frozen”)
Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer (Family Movie from 1964)
When you are done, email Mrs. Lloyd (firstname.lastname@example.org) with a photo of your creation.
We miss you! HAVE FUN!
Cold Weather Doesn’t Mean You Need to Stay Inside!
With the change in weather it can be tempting to stay indoors. We know that our kids need to move every day and the extensive associated benefits of physical exercise. Here are some tips to help you build healthy (and fun!) habits into the remote school day:
- Start your day by taking a walk or a bike ride. Do you still travel to a different location for school? Then make that trip an active one! Too far to walk? Try parking halfway and walking the rest. Commit to walking or biking 2 days a week and start building those healthy habits.
- Take movement breaks in between classes or at lunch time. A brisk walk around the block will get your heart pumping and re-energize you for the rest of your day.
- Need to pick up your library holds or free lunch? Bike over to your pickup location and reap the benefits of an active trip while checking off your to-do list.
Thanks for your support!
Safe Routes to School Coordinator
Follow us @BeavertonSafeRoutes
Office open 8am-4pm Monday-Friday
Call (503) 356-2090 or come by!
School Hours: 8 a.m. - 11 a.m., noon- 2 p.m.
No school 11/25-11/27
Tuesdays 10:30- noon Outdoor Library in the back of the school
Tuesdays 11-noon Curbside food pick up for all children up to age 18
Tuesdays 11- noon Curbside food boxes
WEDNESDAYS BOOK BUS (Day change beginning December 2)
1:30pm-2:00pm SW MONTE VERDI BLVD @ BURNSRIDGE PARK
2:08-2:38pm SW OAK ST @ COOPER PARK
2:43-3:13pm CHAMPIONS PARK
Thursdays 11-noon Food pick up for all children up to age 18
If you’re done reading your books, please return them so we can replenish our shelves. During school days, place books in the bins outside the front door of the school between 8:00AM and 4:00 PM. You may also return books during undercover checkouts and the book bus. Books will remain on your library account for a week after you return them so they can be quarantined.
If you have questions, please email Mrs. Plew at email@example.com
Beaverton City Library
Winter Break and SnowFest
You are gearing up for a winter break like none other—Beaverton City Library is ready with free live and recorded online events starting with SnowFest, a weekend full of stories, songs, STEAM activities, and live performances in partnership with Beaverton Civic Theatre.
Looking for a new book to give a young person? Our Beaverton City Librarians have put together a recommended list for babies-high schoolers with some of our favorite new books from 2020.
“Parenting during a Pandemic” brought to you by Cedar Mill Community Library
How can we, as parents, manage stress, provide structure and connection to our children’s days, and support academics and social development without burning out as parents?
Join Megan Barella, Positive Discipline Educator, on December 10 at 6:30 PM to learn how to make your life easier and more enjoyable during the pandemic, let go of parenting guilt and overwhelm, and also feel confident that your children are thriving during this time. Bring your questions and real-life challenges and let’s come together in a virtual parenting community to support your family during this time.
Errol Hassell Community Room. If you have connections for donations of (new and gently used) clothes, toiletries, books, and shelf stable food, please email Cynthia Moffett (firstname.lastname@example.org) or bring in your donation Mon-Fri 8 a.m. - 4 p.m..