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Errol Hassell Family News- March 12, 2021


One School, One Book Part 4

Dragons in a Bag, by Zetta Elliott

Part 4 read by Sarah Mari Librarian from Portland Main public library.

Quiz #4

Book Bus on Wednesday: It's our last day and we have dragon crafts for you!

Curriculum Resources:

Reading and Writing: Teachers' College Units of Study

(New!) Reading and writing videos

Math: Math Workshop

Science: Twig

BSD Resources:

- Parenting video for helping your children during CDL

- Mental Health Resources (NEW!)

- Family Toolkit

EHSL Spotfiy Playlist by Mrs. Palmer

Ready for School (again)?

slidedeck from our nurse, Mrs. Gonzalez

Mask Video


There will be no school March 29-31 for teachers to get their rooms ready and to learn safety protocols.

New schedule: Hybrid will be 8:00 a.m. - 10:15 a.m. CDL will be noon-2:15 p.m.

Wednesdays will be 8-9am CDL for all students.

Kindergarten- 2nd will start April 5

3rd - 5th will start April 12 (April 5-9 will be CDL)

Outdoor Library will be Wednesdays 11-1pm

Pick up Sign: More details to come. If your child will be hybrid next month, and you will be driving to pick your child up, please place this sign on your dashboard to indicate who you are picking up. Hard copies available at school and with your child's teacher.

Meal Info: Beginning 4/5

All meals are still free for children ages 1-18 through June 30, 2021.

Hybrid students will receive their meals at school to eat at home.

CDL students can come Wednesdays 11-noon to pick up food for the week.

Third grade projects

Third graders are learning about causes right now. Teams of third graders have picked a passion project, and they are asking for your support. Please consider supporting and sharing this information! Donation boxes will be in front of the school or in the office. Thank you!
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Milk Jugs

Do you have milk jugs to donate? We are looking to collect plastic gallon milk jugs with the lids to make an igloo in the library. If you have a donation, please bring them to the office. Thank you!

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.

2020-2021 BSD Calendar

Spring Break March 22-26!


11-11:30 Lunch Bunch for K-2 Meeting ID: 307 483 5324 Password: sel

11:30-12 Lunch Bunch for 3-5 Meeting ID: 307 483 5324 Password: sel

2-3pm After School Hangout Meeting ID: 307 483 5324 Password: sel

2:15-3:15 Homework Help Meeting ID: 987 708 6687 Passcode: sel

3-4pm Social Worker Office Hour Meeting ID: 880 8466 6458 PW: SSW


10:30- noon Outdoor Library in the back of the school

11- noon Curbside food pick up for all children up to age 18

11- noon Curbside food boxes

Wednesday Book Bus

Last Book Bus is March 17


11-noon Food pick up for all children up to age 18

2:15-3:15 Homework Help Meeting ID: 987 708 6687 Passcode: sel

Fridays Spirit Day

11-11:30 Lunch Bunch for K-2 Meeting ID: 307 483 5324 Password: sel

11:30-12 Lunch Bunch for 3-5 Meeting ID: 307 483 5324 Password: sel

After School Hangout 2-3pm Meeting ID: 307 483 5324 Password: sel

EHSL Library

If you’re done reading your books, please return them so we can replenish our shelves.

If you have questions, please email Mrs. Plew at If you get a late notice charge, there is no need to worry about it. Just return it if you can.

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Online Spring Break Events for Kids

Beaverton City Library’s Spring Break is all online for 2021! Join us to make your own sundial, learn “whose scat is that?” find a dark corner to enjoy “Scary Stories to Read in the Dark,” and so much more! For a full list of activities and to register visit:

Parent Information Series with the Cedar Mill Library

Our friends at Cedar Mill and Bethany Community Libraries have put together a fabulous line up of topics and expert speakers for their 2021 Parent Information Series including “Supporting Dual Language Learners “ and “Talking with Your Children About Race and Racism” as well as “Positive Parenting to Create a Happy Home.” All events are online and free. To see the full line up and to register visit

Beaverton City Library’s Current Services

BCL Grab & Go is now available at the main library. This service includes limited browsing of the collections (both floors), holds pickup (with staff assistance), returns, quick help with questions and reading suggestions, library cards, self-checkout machines, copiers, and lobby restrooms. More information and video: While BCL Grab & Go is not currently available at the Murray Scholls branch, BCL To Go holds pickup by drop-in and by appointment remain available at both library locations. At the main library, the service hours for BCL Grab & Go, BCL To Go, and Computer Lab are Monday - Wednesday, 10 a.m. - 7 p.m. and Friday - Sunday, 1-6 p.m. (closed Thursday). These are also the hours for Ask the Library phone service. At the Murray Scholls branch, BCL To Go is in service Tuesday and Wednesday, 10 a.m. - 7 p.m., and Friday and Saturday, 1-6 p.m. (closed Monday, Thursday, and Sunday). The library continues to provide many services you can access at home - virtual events and recorded videos for all ages, eBooks and eAudiobooks, streaming video, language learning, and more - all for free. Learn about all the services being offered by the library at

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Beaverton Resource Center

BSD Meal Info

Meal benefits application

Clothes Closet

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 ( or bring in your donation Mon-Fri 8 a.m. - 4 p.m..

Amazon Smile

Connect your Amazon app to Amazon Smile. Earn dollars for Errol Hassell PTO every time you shop. (Instructions here)

Volunteer info!