Hillside Family Newsletter

January 2022

IMPORTANT DATES:

January 6, 2022 PTO meeting: 4:00-5:00pm

January 17th, Martin Luther King, Jr Day- No School

January 21st, Teacher Work Day- No School

HES Virtual PTO Meeting

Join our PTO Thursday, January 6th 4:00PM via Zoom


Join Zoom Meeting https://eaglepnt-k12-or-us.zoom.us/j/89467460952?pwd=cVR4WVhoaXN5MDM1UDU5VXJwYkdjdz09 Meeting ID: 894 6746 0952 Passcode: 498705 One tap mobile +12532158782,,89467460952# US (Tacoma) +13462487799,,89467460952# US (Houston) Dial by your location +1 253 215 8782 US (Tacoma) +1 346 248 7799 US (Houston) +1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose) +1 301 715 8592 US (Washington DC) +1 312 626 6799 US (Chicago) +1 929 205 6099 US (New York) Meeting ID: 894 6746 0952 Find your local number: https://eaglepnt-k12-or-us.zoom.us/u/kcla8nhBfc



Our PTO would like parents to take a survey. Please see it here.


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Wintertime and coats

Parents, we are seeing too many kiddos coming to school without warm jackets and coats. Please make sure that your child is sent to school with one. If you are in need, please contact the front office and we will help in any way that we can. We would like to give a huge shout-out to the Sell family who has graciously donated to our new coat supply.

Breakfast and Lunch Menu For January

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PurposeFull People Social Emotional Learning

January 2022


Happy New Year! During the month of January, our Hillside staff will be celebrating scholars who demonstrate courage. We will focus on understanding that fear is one of our feelings, it is okay to feel afraid, and how important it is to choose the right thing even when we are scared. We would encourage our families to practice this trait at home too!


Courage: to choose what is good, right, and kind even when it is hard or scary.


Think About It

Here are some questions to ask your child at home or talk about as a family:


K-2 Think of someone you know that shows courage. How can you tell that they have courage? Why is it important that they show courage? How might their example help make your courage stronger? What are some strategies that have helped you feel calm even when you’re being asked to be brave?


3-5 Talk with your child about what scared you as you were growing up. How did you overcome those fears and/or show courage in the face of those fears? Talk about a time that you’ve needed to show courage. How did that feel? What did it look like? When have you wished for more courage? Who is your role model or example of courage? Why?

Our Students of the Month for December - Respect

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School Hours

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday- 8:30-3:15

Wednesdays 8:30-1:55

Please DO NOT drop off your student before 8:25, as there is no supervision outside until this time.

Ipad Insurance information

Does your student have Ipad insurance? Just $25 per year covers many oopsies that could be very expensive. This can be paid in the office by cash/check or ParentVue by Credit/Debit.