Welcome to Pinecrest Elementary
Thank you for attending fall conferences. We enjoy getting to know our parents and your help in collaborating a learning plan to help our students be successful.
FAMILY MOVIE NIGHT
WHAT: Pinecrest Parent Educator Partnership (PEP) Annual Family Movie Night
WHEN: Friday, November 16
- 5:00 PM pizza (optional)
- 5:45 Movie starts
WHERE: Pinecrest gymnasium (movie) and cafeteria (pizza)
Please note this is a parent supervised event
MORNING DROP OFF
Please remember that students should not arrive at school before the 7:40 bell unless they will be eating breakfast. (Breakfast is served from 7:30-7:55).
If you do arrive early, students must be accompanied by an adult or wait in your vehicle. For those parents dropping off students, please be patient, as we do expect parents to be parked along the curb with their son/daughter as we wait until 7:40. If you do need to drop off your child earlier, please contact the Kids’ Campus program through the community education website
If you have any questions about this process, please email or call Paul Bakker.
Thanks for your support,
Principal – Pinecrest Elementary
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DRESS FOR THE WEATHER
When the temperatures start to dip into the 40’s and 50’s, we do require students to wear a light jacket or sweatshirt outside. When winter arrives, winter clothing including hats and mittens/gloves will be required.
DON'T WAIT UNTIL WINTER...PREPARE FOR A "SNOW DAY”
It is important that you have accurate phone numbers on file for your student with the school district. Although we are using a calling system to contact families in case of inclement weather, the district will still continue to post school delays or closings in the following ways:
Official school closing announcements will be made on Hastings KDWA Radio 1460, WCCO-Channel 4, KSTP-Channel 5, KMSP-Channel 9 and KARE-Channel 11 television and Hastings Public School Website.
Please visit our webpage for directions at: www.hastings.k12.mn.us
Just a reminder that if your child is having a birthday party and would like to invite their friends from school, we are not able to give out names, phone numbers or addresses of the students. While we know it is exciting for children to have a birthday party and invite their school friends, we ask that you do not send invitations to school as it can cause hurt feelings for those students who did not get invited to the party.
TREATS AT SCHOOL
The district has adopted a wellness policy. We are still celebrating student birthdays; we are just not doing so with birthday treats. We ask that students not bring any treats in honor of their birthday.