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February 23
H.E.S. Hawk Squawk Feb. 26- Mar. 2, 2018

HAMPTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
82 School St, Hampton, N.B. E5N 6B2
Telephone: 832-6021
Principal: Mrs. S Blanchard                                                  Vice Principal: Mrs. J. Stewart
H.E.S. Hawk Squawk - Friday, February 23rd, 2018

 

HAT DAY
CRAZY HAIR DAY
PINK SHIRT DAY
PJ DAY
WEAR GREEN for MD
Mon. February 26
Tues. February 27
Weds. February 28
Thurs. March 1
Fri. March 2
7:50-8:15 OPEN GYM (Gr.5)
 
7:50-8:15 OPEN GYM (Gr.4)
 
7:50-8:15 OPEN GYM
(Gr. 3)
Grilled Cheese
Wrap (Taco or Chicken)
Pizza
**Spaghetti
**Cheese Pizza or Chicken Noodle Soup
 
Drawing Club at Noon Begins (with Mme. Aubin-Martin)
PINK SHIRT DAY
 
10:30-11:30 Skating (3 Salgado & 3/4 Kennedy)
March Hot Lunch Orders Begin
 
1:15-2:30 Skating (5 Schofield & 5 Bradshaw)
Enjoy your March Break – See everyone back Monday, March 12th
6:30PM PSSC MEETING
2:40-3:40 Mad Science Afterschool #4
 
 
Robotics Afterschool
 
This is a message from Mrs. Blanchard, Principal at Hampton Elementary School. Here is your weekly edition of the HES Hawk Squawk.
 
As some of you may know, one of our students lost their sister last year due to complications from Muscular Dystrophy. To honour her memory, the student and her family will be participating in the Walk for Muscular Dystrophy. In order to support the family, we have come up with a fun collection of activities next week. Students may bring in a small donation each day or a single donation for the week. Monday is Hat Day, Tuesday is Crazy Hair Day, Wednesday is Pink Shirt Day with “Just Dance” videos in the gym at recess, Thursday is PJ Day and Friday is Wear Green for Muscular Dystrophy as well as an afternoon walk. Each day homeroom teachers will collect donations of money for MD. In combination with staff dress down money on Friday, a grand total will be announced by students at the end of the day Friday.
 
Pink Shirt Day will take place on Wednesday and we encourage all students to wear as much pink as possible. Our Guidance Lessons will be focused on kindness and how we can all contribute to a world that is free from bullying by being kind to one another and by standing up to others using our WITS.
 
A reminder, Mrs. Long (secretary) is still away on a planned leave until after the March Break. Ms. Graham is replacing her for this time. Her email is Joan.Graham@nbed.nb.ca
 
March Hot Lunch orders begin on Thursday as it is the first of March!
 
Our Parent School Support Committee meets Monday evening. We will be demonstrating and reviewing newly purchased materials which contribute to the social emotional development of our students, reading an article about Mental Health in Schools and planning our Parent Power Night.
 
After School Activities: Mad Science continues Tuesday and Robotics on Friday.
 
Our District is implementing a new CASHLESS schools. You can now pre-register online https://www.schoolcashonline.com/ . Our school will use this online payment system for student fees, milk, school fundraisers however, no items are available for purchase yet. More information to come. School Board: ASD-S District What Is School Cash Online? School Cash Online is an easy to use and safe way to pay for your children’s school fees. Now, with a few clicks, you can pay for your child’s yearbook, class trips and so much more from your own home. All you have to do is register an account, attach your children and in no time you will be able to make payments online. We accept many different payment forms so come in and check us out!
 
Our weekly Hawk Squawk is always posted on our school website under the Synrevoice tab!
 
Coming up:
March Break is March 5-9th
March 14th – No classes – Provincial Professional Learning Day
March 26th – Term 2 Report Cards Go Home
March 28-29 Scholastic Book Fair and Parent Teacher Meetings
 
Have a great weekend!
Sarah Blanchard
Principal
Ha
mpton Elementary School
Have you joined our Facebook closed group?  
Hampton Elementary School Home and School
 
What’s happening in the Community?
 
Parents Let’s Talk Drug Awareness!!
Are you a parent or guardian of a Middle School student ?
You are invited to an information session on Drug Awareness – WHAT PARENTS SHOULD KNOW
Date: March 21, 2018 @ 7PM
Location – Bayside Middle School – 75 Bayside Drive
We are proud to have the following guest speaker:
·        David Adams – A Parents Perspective
·        Constable Corey Jamieson – Drug Abuse Resistance Education Coordinator – Saint John City Police
·        Dr. Tunde Apantaku – Olajide – Addiction and Mental Health Services for Child & Youth
·        Tambrie Hicks – Counsellor Portage Atlantic
Students are welcome but must be accompanied by a parent or guardian
Light refreshments to follow
**Proudly sponsored by the Bayside Parents School Support Committee **
 
Submitted by: Pat Laskey, Principal, Bayside Middle School
 
 
February 16
H.E.S. Hawk Squawk Feb. 19-23, 2018

HAMPTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
82 School St, Hampton, N.B. E5N 6B2
Telephone: 832-6021
Principal: Mrs. S Blanchard                                                  Vice Principal: Mrs. J. Stewart
H.E.S. Hawk Squawk - Friday, February 16th, 2018

 

Mon. February 19
Tues. February 20
Weds. February 21
Thurs. February 22
Fri. February 23
NB FAMILY DAY
 
 
NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS
 
7:50-8:15 OPEN GYM (Gr.4)
 
7:50-8:15 OPEN GYM
(Gr. 3)
Wrap (Taco or Chicken)
Pizza
Hamburger or Chicken Burger
Mac N Cheese or Chicken Quesadilla
ALL MARCH HOT LUNCH ORDERS DUE
 
Drawing Club at Noon Begins (with Mme. Aubin-Martin)
 
10:30-11:30 Skating (3 Salgado & 3/4 Kennedy)
1:15-2:30 Skating (5 Schofield & 5 Bradshaw)
 
 
2:40-3:40 Mad Science Afterschool #3
 
 
Robotics Afterschool
 
This is a message from Mrs. Blanchard, Principal at Hampton Elementary School. Here is your weekly edition of the HES Hawk Squawk.
 
I would first like to thank our wonderful Home and School and amazing parents for sending in all of the food and treats this week. We are so lucky to work in a school where we are appreciated. Our Greenhouse Plant sale was very successful with sales of:  $240.50 plus one Australian dollar. The money raised from this sale is reinvested in our greenhouse for soil, plants and also bird seed for the courtyard bird feeders.
Anyone who ordered Pink Shirts, they have arrived and were distributed to students today in their backpacks
 
Mrs. Long is on a planned leave until after the March Break. Ms. Graham will be replacing her for this time. Her email is Joan.Graham@nbed.nb.ca
 
March Hot Lunch orders are due by the 20th. All orders and payment MUST be received by Tuesday.
 
After School Activities: Skiing is finished, however Mad Science continues Tuesday and Robotics on Friday.
 
Our District is implementing a new CASHLESS schools. You can now pre-register online https://www.schoolcashonline.com/ . Our school will use this online payment system for student fees, milk, school fundraisers however, no items are available for purchase yet. More information to come.   
School Board: ASD-S District What Is School Cash Online? School Cash Online is an easy to use and safe way to pay for your children’s school fees. Now, with a few clicks, you can pay for your child’s yearbook, class trips and so much more from your own home. All you have to do is register an account, attach your children and in no time you will be able to make payments online. We accept many different payment forms so come in and check us out!
 
Our weekly Hawk Squawk is always posted on our school website under the Synrevoice tab!
 
Coming up next week:
Monday, February 19 is NB FAMILY DAY (Schools Closed)
Wednesday, February 28 is Pink Shirt Day
 
Have a great weekend!
Sarah Blanchard
Principal
Ha
mpton Elementary School
Have you joined our Facebook closed group?  
Hampton Elementary School Home and School
February 09
H.E.S. Hawk Squawk Feb. 12-16, 2018

HAMPTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
82 School St, Hampton, N.B. E5N 6B2
Telephone: 832-6021
Principal: Mrs. S Blanchard                                                  Vice Principal: Mrs. J. Stewart
H.E.S. Hawk Squawk - Friday, February 9th, 2018

 

Staff Appreciation and Heritage Week
Mon. February 12
Tues. February 13
Weds. February 14
Thurs. February 15
Fri. February 16
 7:50-8:15 OPEN GYM (Gr.5)
 
7:50-8:15 OPEN GYM (Gr.4)
 
7:50-8:15 OPEN GYM
(Gr. 3)
Mama G's Grilled Cheese Sandwich
Wrap (Taco or Chicken)
FREE PIZZA DAY!
Hamburger or Chicken Burger
Mac N Cheese or Chicken Quesadilla
 
Drawing Club at Noon Begins (with Mme. Aubin-Martin)
 
Theatre NB – 1PM performance for all students
Wear Red, Pink and White if you want to!
 
10:30-11:30 Skating (3 Salgado & 3/4 Kennedy)
 
GREENHOUSE PLANT SALE
1:15-2:30 Skating (5 Schofield & 5 Bradshaw)
 
 
 
2:40-3:40 Mad Science Afterschool #2
 
Emoji Movie After school
 
Skiing Afterschool
Robotics Afterschool
 
This is a message from Mrs. Blanchard, Principal at Hampton Elementary School. Here is your weekly edition of the HES Hawk Squawk.
 
Thank you to our teachers for sharing information and lessons with our students on what it means to be a responsible technology user in support of Internet Safety Week. If you haven’t had the opportunity to do so, please have a conversation with your child about what they can do to protect themselves in an online world.
 
Regular and Punctual School Attendance: There are no factors more important to successful school progress than regular and punctual school attendance. Students who attend school regularly learn more and are more successful in school than students who do not. Families who make regular school attendance a priority are also helping their children learn to accept responsibility, and that’s an important lesson for a successful life. At the end of each month, we verify attendance for every student and letters will be sent home to families of children who have missed more than 10 days (including excused absences). Chronic absenteeism is defined as missing 10% or more of the available school day. This week marks the half-way point of the school year and instruction only continues to increase in rigor. 
 
Theatre NB: The Young Company presents: A Herman Tale on Tuesday for all students. A Herman Tale is the story of an under the bed monster who longs to play with the street monsters outside. It was written by Fredericton author Paul McAllister, and will be adapted for the stage by Young Company director Tania Breen. It’s very much a life lesson tale about trying new things, not letting failure get you down, and trying again while at the same time focusing on not letting one’s fears take control of your life.
 
Greenhouse Plant Sale: On Wednesday our Greenhouse team will be having a Plant Sale. This is a great opportunity for students to purchase a plant form someone they love. Prices range from $1-$3 depending on the size of plant.
 
Valentine’s Day: Wednesday is Valentine’s Day and students are welcome to wear Pink, Red and/or white if they want to.
 
Home and School E-News: The Home & School Association would like to thank everyone who completed the online survey. We had 57 responses. We appreciate the great input which we have already included in the hot lunch menu choices for March. The winner of the draw was Misty Gallant. The healthy lunch schedule is now open for the month of March.  A reminder that all orders and payments are due by February 20th.  When school is cancelled we credit your account for the cost of that day’s lunch.  When placing your next order you can use the credit against your order total.  Instead of paying the order total look at your account balance and pay that amount.  To find this click on "Orders" tab and then on "Account Transactions".  If you scroll to the bottom it will show your account balance, this is the amount you should pay. Any questions can be directed to: hes.homeandschool@gmail.com Staff appreciation week is next week.  Thank you to everyone who has donated items and will be bringing food.  Food items can be dropped off at the office each morning. Here are the themes of each day
Monday – Lunch (soups/chili and rolls)
Tuesday – Cheese/Meats and Crackers & dips
Wednesday –Pizza (provided by Home and School) and salads
Thursday – Fruit and Vegetables
Friday – Coffee, Muffins and Cookies
On February 15th we are showing the Emoji movie after school. Please remember to send in your permission slips.  A reminder that students need to be picked up at 4:30.
 
Afterschool Events: On Tuesday, we have Mad Science, Thursday is the Emoji Movie OR Poley Skiing, and Friday is Robotics. Lots of great extracurricular options for our students at Hampton Elementary!
 
Our weekly Hawk Squawk is always posted on our school website under the Synrevoice tab!
 
Coming up next week:
Monday, February 19 is NB FAMILY DAY (Schools Closed)
Wednesday, February 28 is Pink Shirt Day
 
Have a great weekend!
Sarah Blanchard
Principal
Ha
mpton Elementary School
Have you joined our Facebook closed group?  
Hampton Elementary School Home and School
February 02
H.E.S. Hawk Squawk Feb. 5-9, 2018

HAMPTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
82 School St, Hampton, N.B. E5N 6B2
Telephone: 832-6021
Principal: Mrs. S Blanchard                                                  Vice Principal: Mrs. J. Stewart
H.E.S. Hawk Squawk - Friday, February 2nd, 2018

 

Feb 5-9th Safe Internet Week
Mon. February 5
Tues. February 6
Weds. February 7
Thurs. February 8
Fri. February 9
 7:50-8:15 OPEN GYM (Gr.5)
 
7:50-8:15 OPEN GYM (Gr.4)
 
7:50-8:15 OPEN GYM
(Gr. 3)
Mama G's Grilled Cheese Sandwich
Wrap (Taco or Chicken)
Cheese Pizza
Hamburger or Chicken Burger
Mac N Cheese or Chicken Quesadilla
New Milk Order Starts
Safer Internet Day
 
Drawing Club at Noon Begins (with Mme. Aubin-Martin)
10:30-11:30 Skating (3 Salgado & 3/4 Kennedy)
1:15-2:30 Skating (5 Schofield & 5 Bradshaw)
 
 
 
2:40-3:40 Mad Science Afterschool
 
Skiing Afterschool
6:30PM Home and School Meeting
Robotics Afterschool
 
This is a message from Mrs. Blanchard, Principal at Hampton Elementary School. Here is your weekly edition of the HES Hawk Squawk.
 
Nova Scotia's Shubenacadie Sam was the first to emerge from his lair on Groundhog Day. If a groundhog sees its shadow, it will return to its burrow, indicating six more weeks of winter. If it doesn't go back into hiding, spring will arrive early. Sam failed to see its shadow. Ontario's Wiarton Willie announced six more weeks of winter. Fred la marmotte, the star groundhog in Val d'Espoir, Que., didn't see its shadow.
 
SAFER INTERNET DAY:
ASD-S will observe Internet Safety Week February 5-9, 2018, and Tuesday Feb 6th is “Safer Internet Day.”  The theme this year is "Create, connect and share respect:  A better internet starts with you".
http://www.saferinternetday.org The Technology Mentors have been busy preparing Internet Safety Lessons for teachers to use in the school during this week, and the link  for parents is here: http://web1.nbed.nb.ca/sites/ASD-S/Pages/Pages%20needing%20reformatting/Internet-Safety-Information-for-Parents.aspx
Another great resource can be found here (including a great PowerPoint): www.legal-info-legale.nb.ca
 
Staffing updates: We welcome Kayla Allaby, an education student from UNBSJ. Ms. Allaby is completing her four month internship with Mrs. Kennedy’s class. Mrs. Palmer is continuing in Grade 4 English and Ms. Galley is replacing Mrs. Hill in the Music room.
 
News from the HOME & SCHOOL: The Home and School meets this week, Thursday, February 8th at 6:30PM in the school library. Discussion topics will focus on a variety of topics. This meeting is always open to new members who want to share their ideas and have an inside look at what is happening at Hampton Elementary. Please take a few minutes to give the Home & School Association feedback through an online survey at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/XPBJXKV There will be a draw out of the survey responses for an admission to the February Movie Afternoon and a $5 lunch credit. The survey will be open February 1 to February 7. Thanks in advance for your input.
 
Raz-Kids: Our school invests in the subscription of Raz Kids for all of our classrooms. This is a great way for students to read books independently and also assess their understanding with quizzes. We have recently unlocked French Books for those students in French Immersion classes. Please check with your child’s teacher for the appropriate teacher log in. We will be monitoring student use over the next month and celebrating those students who are reading at home.
 
French Immersion Registration: If your child is in Kindergarten, Grade 2, or Grade 5 and you want them to enter the French Immersion program in September 2018, please complete the online registration (deadline was January 30th but the link is still live). Please note: 2018-19 is the final year the Grade 3 entry point for French Immersion will be offered.
 
 
Our weekly Hawk Squawk is always posted on our school website under the Synrevoice tab!
 
Coming up next week: Feb 12-16th
Staff Appreciation Week
NB Heritage Week
 
 
Have a great weekend!
Sarah Blanchard
Principal
Ha
mpton Elementary School
Have you joined our Facebook closed group?  
Hampton Elementary School Home and School
 
 
 
What’s happening in the Community?
Athletics New Brunswick is proud to announce the return of the Run Jump Throw Wheel Indoor Series. Last season was the inaugural event for the indoor version of the series and was very popular with over 100 young athletes coming out to compete. It is our hope to continue to build on the success of last season and keep more young athletes involved in the sport over the course of the winter.
The Series will once again consist of several regional RJTW competitions, which are open to all athletes ages 8-13, with the top 8 finishers in each event qualifying to compete in the RJTW Atlantic Championships. The Championship meet will be at UdeM campus in Moncton this year on Sunday, March 11, to coincide with the Atlantic Indoor Championships. The Atlantic Championships will serve as the culmination event of the series.
Athletes are also able to qualify through any school meets/challenges or any other meet hosted by a community group/organization. For interested parties, anyone is capable of hosting a Regional Meet and we encourage schools, recreation organizations and other groups to host a meet/challenge themselves to prepare their athletes for Atlantics. ANB will provide support in the form of an easy guide on running a meet, along with ribbons and qualifying tickets!
Please click here to visit the RJTW Series page and stay up to date.
For more information, please contact Alex Holder at 506-644-9960 or alex.holder@anb.ca
 
 
January 28
H.E.S. Hawk Squawk Jan. 29-Feb 2, 2018

HAMPTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
82 School St, Hampton, N.B. E5N 6B2
Telephone: 832-6021
Principal: Mrs. S Blanchard                                                  Vice Principal: Mrs. J. Stewart
H.E.S. Hawk Squawk - Friday, January 26th, 2018

 

Mon. January 29
Tues. January 30
Weds. January 31
Thurs. February 1
Fri. February 2
 7:50-8:15 OPEN GYM (Gr.5)
 
7:50-8:15 OPEN GYM (Gr.4)
 
7:50-8:15 OPEN GYM
(Gr. 3)
Mama G's Chicken Noodle Soup & a Roll
Wrap (Taco or Chicken)
Cheese Pizza
Hamburger or Chicken Burger
Mac N Cheese or Chicken Quesadilla
Milk order forms go home (due Feb. 1st)
Drawing Club at Noon Begins (with Mme. Aubin-Martin)
10:30-11:30 Skating (3 Salgado & 3/4 Kennedy)
 
Pink Shirt Day Order forms due
 
Deadline for French Immersion Registration
NEW HOT LUNCH ORDERS START
 
Milk Order forms are due
 
February Newsletter sent by email
 
1:15-2:30 Skating (5 Schofield & 5 Bradshaw)
Groundhog Day
 
 
 
 
Skiing Afterschool
Robotics Afterschool
 
This is a message from Mrs. Blanchard, Principal at Hampton Elementary School. Here is your weekly edition of the HES Hawk Squawk.
 
BOOK SWAP: As part of National Literacy Day we had a great book swap. We were even able to include our Preschool students as we had many preschool books donated as well. Thanks to all the students who dressed up this week as their favourite book character! We also had some great entries in our “draw your favourite scene from a book” activity.
PINK SHIRT DAY (OPTIONAL ONLY): Orders due by Jan 31st. This is optional, as we know students may be interested if they know they do not have any pink however, many others have a myriad of pink to choose from! Pink day is later in the month (February 28th). The school does not receive any amount of money for this but it does support local Key Industries which provides services to empower persons with a disability to achieve social, community and economic independence.
Good Morning! Breakfast/Transition program: Mrs. Thorne and volunteers invite those students with permission to meet in the art room/breakfast room each morning between 7:50-8:20AM. Please remind your child if you have determined they require this service.
Milk Order forms will go home on Monday and are due by Thursday. This represents a period of 40 school days. The cost is $20 for white milk or $22 for chocolate milk.
FEBRUARY CALENDAR & NEWSLETTER: Please stay tuned for the February edition of the HES Calendar and newsletter. It will be sent on Wednesday by email. If you require or wish to have a hard copy, please call Mrs. Nancy Long in the office and she will send one home with your child.
DEADLINE FOR FRENCH IMMERSION REGISTRATION: The deadline for FI registration is this Wednesday. The system is online. Please call the school if you have any questions or need help navigating this system.
 
Our weekly Hawk Squawk is always posted on our school website under the Synrevoice tab!
 
Have a great weekend!
Sarah Blanchard
Principal
Ha
mpton Elementary School
Have you joined our Facebook closed group?  
Hampton Elementary School Home and School
What’s happening in the Community?
Athletics New Brunswick is proud to announce the return of the Run Jump Throw Wheel Indoor Series. Last season was the inaugural event for the indoor version of the series and was very popular with over 100 young athletes coming out to compete. It is our hope to continue to build on the success of last season and keep more young athletes involved in the sport over the course of the winter.
The Series will once again consist of several regional RJTW competitions, which are open to all athletes ages 8-13, with the top 8 finishers in each event qualifying to compete in the RJTW Atlantic Championships. The Championship meet will be at UdeM campus in Moncton this year on Sunday, March 11, to coincide with the Atlantic Indoor Championships. The Atlantic Championships will serve as the culmination event of the series.
Athletes are also able to qualify through any school meets/challenges or any other meet hosted by a community group/organization. For interested parties, anyone is capable of hosting a Regional Meet and we encourage schools, recreation organizations and other groups to host a meet/challenge themselves to prepare their athletes for Atlantics. ANB will provide support in the form of an easy guide on running a meet, along with ribbons and qualifying tickets!
Please click here to visit the RJTW Series page and stay up to date.
For more information, please contact Alex Holder at 506-644-9960 or alex.holder@anb.ca
 
 
January 19
H.E.S. Hawk Squawk Jan. 22-26, 2018

HAMPTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
82 School St, Hampton, N.B. E5N 6B2
Telephone: 832-6021
Principal: Mrs. S Blanchard                                                  Vice Principal: Mrs. J. Stewart
H.E.S. Hawk Squawk - Friday, January 19th, 2018

 

Book Collection continues (in support of National Literacy Day)
Mon. January 22
Tues. January 23
Weds. January 24
Thurs. January 25
Fri. January 26
 7:50-8:15 OPEN GYM (Gr.5)
 
7:50-8:15 OPEN GYM (Gr.4)
 
7:50-8:15 OPEN GYM
(Gr. 3)
Mama G's Chicken Noodle Soup & a Roll
Wrap (Taco or Chicken)
Cheese Pizza
Hamburger or Chicken Burger
Mac N Cheese or Chicken Quesadilla
Green Info Slip Goes Home
Drawing Club at Noon Begins (with Mme. Aubin-Martin)
10:30-11:30 Skating (3 Salgado & 3/4 Kennedy)
1:15-2:30 Skating (5 Schofield & 5 Bradshaw)
Literacy Day Book Swap
 
 
 
Skiing Afterschool
Robotics Afterschool
 
This is a message from Mrs. Blanchard, Principal at Hampton Elementary School. Here is your weekly edition of the HES Hawk Squawk.
 
BOOK SWAP: We have received just over 200 books to date! We still need more. As part of National Literacy Day we will be having a book swap. Please send in your previously read novels! On January 26th all students will be able to “shop” for a new to them book.
On Monday, your child will be bringing home a green slip with the contact information we currently have on file. Please look closely to see if any updates need to be made. You may return the slip with changes or call the school to give us updates on contacts, addresses, phone numbers and emails. Thanks for your help!
MISSING BOOT – One of our students arrived home with a mismatched sizing of boots. We are looking for a Cougar Storm Winter Boot with Black and White Polka Dots and Pink Trim. She is missing her Size 13 and has a Size 1 to return!
Key Industries is selling Pink Shirts again for Pink Shirt Day which takes place the last Wednesday in February. Slips will be going home on Monday. This is NOT a fundraiser and there is no pressure to purchase. Cost of shirts is $6 for students and adult shirts are also available.
All next week we will be celebrating Literacy! Students will hear on the announcements the different things we have planned through the week.
 
Our weekly Hawk Squawk is always posted on our school website under the Synrevoice tab!
 
Have a great weekend!
Sarah Blanchard
Principal
Ha
mpton Elementary School
Have you joined our Facebook closed group?  
Hampton Elementary School Home and School
What’s happening in the Community?
Athletics New Brunswick is proud to announce the return of the Run Jump Throw Wheel Indoor Series. Last season was the inaugural event for the indoor version of the series and was very popular with over 100 young athletes coming out to compete. It is our hope to continue to build on the success of last season and keep more young athletes involved in the sport over the course of the winter.
The Series will once again consist of several regional RJTW competitions, which are open to all athletes ages 8-13, with the top 8 finishers in each event qualifying to compete in the RJTW Atlantic Championships. The Championship meet will be at UdeM campus in Moncton this year on Sunday, March 11, to coincide with the Atlantic Indoor Championships. The Atlantic Championships will serve as the culmination event of the series.
Athletes are also able to qualify through any school meets/challenges or any other meet hosted by a community group/organization. For interested parties, anyone is capable of hosting a Regional Meet and we encourage schools, recreation organizations and other groups to host a meet/challenge themselves to prepare their athletes for Atlantics. ANB will provide support in the form of an easy guide on running a meet, along with ribbons and qualifying tickets!
Please click here to visit the RJTW Series page and stay up to date.
For more information, please contact Alex Holder at 506-644-9960 or alex.holder@anb.ca
 
 
ANGELA is SICK!!!!! 

Because of that we're going to postpone our PJ's and Popcorn night to NEXT FRIDAY night January 25th at the same time. Please pass this on to make sure that the word gets out. 
Feel better soon Angela


 

 
January 12
H.E.S. Hawk Squawk Jan. 15-19, 2018

HAMPTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
82 School St, Hampton, N.B. E5N 6B2
Telephone: 832-6021
Principal: Mrs. S Blanchard                                                  Vice Principal: Mrs. J. Stewart
H.E.S. Hawk Squawk - Friday, January 12th, 2018

 

Book Collection continues (in support of National Literacy Day)
Mon. January 15
Tues. January 16
Weds. January 17
Thurs. January 18
Fri. January 19
 7:50-8:15 OPEN GYM (Gr.5)
 
7:50-8:15 OPEN GYM (Gr.4)
 
7:50-8:15 OPEN GYM
(Gr. 3)
Mama G's Chicken Noodle Soup & a Roll
Wrap (Taco or Chicken)
Cheese Pizza
Hamburger or Chicken Burger
Mac N Cheese or Chicken Quesadilla
 
Drawing Club at Noon Begins (with Mme. Aubin-Martin)
10:30-11:30 Skating (3 Salgado & 3/4 Kennedy)
 
11:35 Dismissal - Half Day for students
1:15-2:30 Skating (5 Schofield & 5 Bradshaw)
All hot lunch orders for February are due tomorrow!
6:30PM PSSC Meeting
 
 
Robotics Afterschool
 
This is a message from Mrs. Blanchard, Principal at Hampton Elementary School. Here is your weekly edition of the HES Hawk Squawk.
 
HOT LUNCH: A reminder, the February hot lunch orders are due by January 20th which falls on a Saturday next weekend. Also to thank everyone at HES for supporting the Home and School, they are hosting a FREE PIZZA DAY on Wednesday, Feb 14th. All staff and students can order pizza on us. Keep your eye out for a bright yellow slip of paper.
 
BOOK SWAP: As part of National Literacy Day we will be having a book swap. Please send in your previously read novels! On January 27th all students will be able to “shop” for a new to them book.
Wednesday, January 17th is a half day for students. Our staff will be engaged in a professional learning session in the afternoon.
Mme. Aubin Martin has started a lunch hour Drawing club on Tuesday. This is open to all students and there will be an announcement each Tuesday to remind students.
PSSC MEETING: Our Parent School Support Committee comprised of many dedicated volunteers will meet Monday evening in the library.  
 
PARENTS OF GRADE 5 ENGLISH PRIME STUDENTS:  This year parents will register their children for French Immersion programs using an online registration form. Registration deadline is January 30, 2018. Only those registering for French Immersion programs need to register. To do this: Go to https://secure1.nbed.nb.ca/sites/fsl/Pages/default.aspx Scroll to the bottom of the page and click on Register for French Immersion 2018-2019.
 
Our weekly Hawk Squawk is always posted on our school website under the Synrevoice tab!
 
Have a great weekend!
Sarah Blanchard
Principal
Ha
mpton Elementary School
Have you joined our Facebook closed group?  
Hampton Elementary School Home and School
 
Check out the ad (in your email) which will appear in the Telegraph Journal on Wednesday, January 17th! Not only do we compost, our students are responsible for recycling cardboard, plastic, metal and milk cartons, and juice boxes. A huge thank you to all of our volunteer parents who pick up these items and bring them to the blue bins.
Fundy Recycles has also produced a radio ad congratulating our school. These ads will run for the month of January on The Wave, CHSJ (country), Kool 98 and Rock 88.9.  Hopefully our students get the chance to hear their school mentioned. 
Way to go Hampton Elementary!
January 07
H.E.S Hawk Squawk Jan. 8-12, 2018

HAMPTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
82 School St, Hampton, N.B. E5N 6B2
Telephone: 832-6021
Principal: Mrs. S Blanchard                                                  Vice Principal: Mrs. J. Stewart
H.E.S. Hawk Squawk - Sunday, January 7th, 2018

 

Welcome back to school!
Book Collection begins for end of month Book Swap (in support of National Literacy Day)
Mon. January 8
Tues. January 9
Weds. January 10
Thurs. January 11
Fri. January 12
 7:50-8:15 OPEN GYM (Gr.5)
 
7:50-8:15 OPEN GYM (Gr.4)
 
7:50-8:15 OPEN GYM
(Gr. 3)
Mama G's Chicken Noodle Soup & a Roll
Wrap (Taco or Chicken)
Cheese Pizza
Hamburger or Chicken Burger
Mac N Cheese or Chicken Quesadilla
First day back for students!!
 
10:30-11:30 Skating (3 Salgado & 3/4 Kennedy)
 
12:35 Weekly Assembly
1:15-2:30 Skating (5 Schofield & 5 Bradshaw)
 
 
 
 
6:30PM Home and School Meeting, HES Library
Robotics Afterschool
 
This is a message from Mrs. Blanchard, Principal at Hampton Elementary School.
 
This is a message from Mrs. Blanchard, Principal at Hampton Elementary School. Here is your weekly edition of the HES Hawk Squawk. I hope everyone enjoyed the break and you are energized and excited about returning to school ready for an incredible start to 2018!
 
HOT LUNCH: The January Hot Lunch begins on Monday. A reminder, the February hot lunch orders are due by January 20th.
 
SKATING: New classes will begin skating for the next 10 weeks so please begin looking for skates. The school does have some options for loaning so if you are in need, ask your teacher. Students require a properly fitting helmet, skates and something for their hands. The remaining classes will attend – January 8-March 23 (for 3 Salgado, 3/4 Kennedy, 5 Schofield and 5 Bradshaw).
 
WINTER PARKING LOT SAFETY: As winter weather is here, we remind parents and students to be extremely cautious in the parking lot during drop off times. Please drive slowly through the lot as we cannot ensure that this area is salted. As always, students should unload from cars only from the passenger side. Please be reminded that the front of the school is a bus zone so cars should not be stopping in front of the school for drop off. Students can be dropped off at the Hawks Nest playground, however, U TURNS are not permitted, please continue straight past the school. Thank you for your ongoing cooperation to ensure our students arrive at school safely.
 
BOOK SWAP: As part of National Literacy Day we will be having a book swap. Please send in your previously read novels! On January 27th all students will be able to “shop” for a new to them book.
HOME AND SCHOOL MEETING: Our Home and School Committee comprised of many dedicated volunteers will meet Thursday evening in the library. Please join them at their first meeting of the New Year to set goals for our school and students. It would be great to see a few new faces to share ideas at this meeting!
 
AFTERSCHOOL CLUBS: Poley Mountain skiing will begin on Thursday afterschool for those who registered as well as the Robotics program afterschool on Friday.
 
PARENTS OF GRADE 5 ENGLISH PRIME STUDENTS:  This year parents will register their children for French Immersion programs using an online registration form. Registration deadline is January 30, 2018. Only those registering for French Immersion programs need to register. To do this: Go to https://secure1.nbed.nb.ca/sites/fsl/Pages/default.aspx Scroll to the bottom of the page and click on Register for French Immersion 2018-2019.
 
Our weekly Hawk Squawk is always posted on our school website under the Synrevoice tab!
 
Upcoming Dates:
Weds. Jan. 17th – Half day for students (Professional Learning for staff in the afternoon)
Have a great weekend!
Sarah Blanchard
Principal
Ha
mpton Elementary School
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What’s happening in the Community?
GRADE 4/5 SNOWPASS  With this season’s snowy conditions, we are reminded of our fortunate proximity to Poley  mountain. If you have been thinking of teaching the kids to ski, this pass can save you a lot of money! Check out the link below for more information: https://www.skicanada.org/grade-4-5-snowpass/
 
December 15
H.E.S Hawk Squawk Dec 18-22, 2017

HAMPTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
82 School St, Hampton, N.B. E5N 6B2
Telephone: 832-6021
Principal: Mrs. S Blanchard                                                  Vice Principal: Mrs. J. Stewart
H.E.S. Hawk Squawk - Friday, December 15th, 2017

 

THANK YOU FOR YOUR DONATIONS TO THE HAMPTON FOOD BASKET!
Library is closed this week (All books are returned!)
Mon. December 18
Tues. December 19
Weds. December 20
Thurs. December 21
Fri. December 22
 7:50-8:15 OPEN GYM (Gr.5)
 
7:50-8:15 OPEN GYM (Gr.4)
 
7:50-8:15 OPEN GYM
(Gr. 3)
Waffles w/ syrup
Wrap (Taco or Chicken)
Cheese Pizza
NO HOT LUNCH!
Pack a Lunch!
Meat/Tomato Pasta or Chicken Quesadilla
Noon - “Caught you Caring” kids come to make crafts with Mrs. Blanchard
 
PM – Grade 5’s to deliver food to Hampton Food Basket
AM Gr 5 visits HMS for sing along
 
Noon - “Caught you Caring” kids come to make crafts with Mrs. Blanchard
 
1:30-2:30 Skating for 5Thorne/Smith
Noon - “Caught you Caring” kids come to make crafts with Mrs. Blanchard
 
 
***January Hot Lunch Orders are Due!!!
Chess Club at Noon
Pajama Day
 
All Triathlon Medal Designs are due today!
 
Skating Day (9-10 Gr 3 FI, 10-11 Gr 4 Power, Long & Golding)
 
Half day for students – Dismissal at 11:30
 
Happy Holidays!
No PSSC
 
 
 
 
This is a message from Mrs. Blanchard, Principal at Hampton Elementary School.
REVIEW OF THIS WEEK: Another busy week at Hampton Elementary with our Christmas concerts! We were thrilled to have two packed concerts in our gym. Thank you for your support of food, gifts and donations to the Hampton Food Basket. I said it at the end of the final concert, but I will share again how incredibly proud of all the students I am. It takes a lot to stand in front of a crowd that large and perform and every class did their very best for you.
 
Our library is closing for the holidays. Please return all books next week so we may do a final inventory over the last week. We do this as we have found in the past, books go missing over the busy holidays while families are travelling and visiting family and friends. We currently have 35 books still missing.
 
“Caught You Caring”: Students who have received “caught you caring” ballots will be chosen to visit the Craft Making station at noon in the Art Room. These are students who have been recognized for helping others.
 
Hampton Food Basket – Our Grade 5 students will be walking over to the Hampton Food Basket on Monday afternoon to assist the volunteers in emptying and organizing the shelves for the food baskets they prepare.
 
Grade 5 Sing Along at HMS: Our first transition event to Middle School will be Tuesday morning when our students will visit the Middle School for a sing along as well as hot chocolate!
 
Home and School: The January Hot lunch orders are due Wednesday, December 20th.
 
Last day: We welcome students to wear their pajamas to school on Friday for the last day of school before the holidays. Students will begin dismissal at 11:30AM – students will be called to the lobby as buses arrive.
 
Triathlon Medal Contest Students are invited to produce a unique design for the Hampton Ladies Triathlon medal. All entries must be received before the holidays.
 
BUS UPDATES: The Hammond river Bridge is opening later this afternoon. The students affected by this travel on Buses # 717, 718, 754 and 793. The routes will be going back to the original directions as they were prior to the closure. The drivers of the buses have spoken to the students about the changes that will take place starting Monday morning. If you could send out a message as well that would be greatly appreciated. The route  information can also be found  in Bus Planner.
 
Karen.T.McCully
Assistant Transportation Manager
Hampton Education Centre
 
AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS (Cost associated):
 
1.     After school Robotics: The Robotics after school program will be running a Winter term this year. This is an ongoing program where prior students may enroll again to continue on their Robotics levels. It is also open to brand new students who are interested in learning about and creating Robotics. More info can be found in the attached brochure.
2.     Poley Mountain Ski program: Forms available through the office. Transportation and Supervision is the responsibility of the parent.
 
Upcoming Dates:
Ø  Dec. 22nd Last day before Winter Holidays (Half day for students)
See you in 2018!
First day back for students:
Monday, January 8th, 2018
Have a great weekend!
Sarah Blanchard
Principal
Ha
mpton Elementary School
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December 08
H.E.S Hawk Squawk Dec 11-15, 2017

HAMPTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
82 School St, Hampton, N.B. E5N 6B2
Telephone: 832-6021
Principal: Mrs. S Blanchard                                                  Vice Principal: Mrs. J. Stewart
H.E.S. Hawk Squawk - Friday, December 8th, 2017

 

Hampton Food Basket and Toy Drive continues…
Mon. December 11
Tues. December 12
Weds. December 13
Thurs. December 14
Fri. December 15
NO OPEN GYM (Gr.5) due to stage for concert
 
NO OPEN GYM (Gr.4)
due to stage for concert
 
7:50-8:15 Open Gym
(Gr. 3) RESUMES
Waffles w/ syrup
Wrap (Taco or Chicken)
Cheese Pizza
Hamburger or Chicken Burger
Meat/Tomato Pasta or Chicken Quesadilla
Concert Rehearsal (viewed by students)
VIP tickets should be returned
 
VIP Contest ticket draw!!
 
1:30-2:30 Skating for 5Thorne/Smith
Christmas Concert
 
8:45 Last name A-K
 
10:30 Last name L-Z
Chess Club at Noon
 
2:45-4:30 Afterschool Movie
Knitting Club at Noon
 
Skating Day
 
 
 
6:30PM Home and School Meeting
 
 
This is a message from Mrs. Blanchard, Principal at Hampton Elementary School.
Congratulations to our Chess Club students – 1 of our students, Orri Gionet, placed first place in his grade level and will be representing our school at the Provincial Chess Championship in the New Year! Way to go Max, Quinn, Orri, Sam, Mitchell and Jack for your participation in this event!
Our library is closing for the holidays. Please return all books next week so we may do a final inventory over the last week. We do this as we have found in the past, books go missing over the busy holidays while families are travelling and visiting family and friends.
 
School Christmas Concerts: Wednesday, December 13th. There will be two concerts again this year at 8:45 a.m. for last name A-K and 10:30 for last name L-Z. We will gladly accept donations to the Hampton Food Basket in lieu of an admission fee.  Also a reminder if the weather does not cooperate: in the event of a one hour delay, both concerts would be delayed by one hour (9:45 and 11:30). If school is delayed by more than an hour or if school is cancelled, our concert will be postponed until the following Monday, Dec. 18th. A reminder about our VIP/best seat in the house fundraiser. Winning ticket will be drawn Tuesday afternoon! Winning tickets receive reserved parking and preferred front row seating and a few treats. The funds raised will be used to support our Kids Helping Kids Program and the Hampton Food Basket.
 
Triathlon Medal Contest Students are invited to produce a unique design for the Hampton Ladies Triathlon medal. All entries must be received before the holidays.
 
Photos from Harvey’s: If you haven’t received your photos, please contact the office.
 
Lost and Found: Our lost and found will be available in the hallway heading to the gym all week. Please check it out when you are visiting the school for the concert.
 
The time of year is approaching where you, as parents, will want to be informed about weather concerns. A web link, ASD-S Inclement Weather Information is placed on all school websites that will be linked to the information provided by Ms.  Watson, our district Superintendent.
 
KIDS HELPING KIDS (Caught you Caring): For many years we have come up with a plan that encourages empathy and compassion in the students’ lives leading up to the holiday season. This is a special program that recognizes students who are "caught" helping a fellow student in need or doing a deed for others. We have decided to post these on the wall outside the gym. Please take a moment to celebrate all the wonderful acts of caring happening at Hampton Elementary School. We have an amazing group of kids and I am so proud of each and every one of them for spreading their kindness.
 
French Immersion Programming for 2018-2019: This message is for parents of students currently in kindergarten, grade 2 and grade 5. This year parents will register their children for French Immersion programs using an online registration form.  Registration deadline is January 30, 2018.  Only those registering for French Immersion programs need to register. If your child will be continuing in the English Prime program, no action is required. Parents of students in grade 5 who are already enrolled in French Immersion do not need to do anything as these children will be continuing in F.I. in Grade 6.
To register: Go directly to  https://secure1.nbed.nb.ca/sites/fsl/Pages/default.aspx   Scroll to the bottom of the page and click on Register for French Immersion 2018-2019.
 
AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS (Cost associated):
 
After school Robotics: The Robotics after school program will be running a Winter term this year. This is an ongoing program where prior students may enroll again to continue on their Robotics levels. It is also open to brand new students who are interested in learning about and creating Robotics. More info can be found in the attached brochure.
 
Poley Mountain Ski program: Forms available through the office. Transportation and Supervision is the responsibility of the parent.
 
Upcoming Dates:
Ø  Dec. 4th-15th Toy Drive and Food Drive Collection
Ø  Dec. 9th Hampton Parade
Ø  Dec. 13th Christmas Concert (Snow date: December 20th)
Ø  Dec. 18th Grade 5’s Deliver Food to the Hampton Food Basket
Ø  Dec. 19th Grade 5 Sing Along at Hampton Middle School (the start of our transition events)
Ø  Dec. 22nd Last day before Winter Holidays (Half day for students)
Coming up next week (Dec 18-22): Last week before the holidays
Grade 5 students deliver all of our donations!!!
 
First day back for students: Monday, January 8th, 2018
Have a great weekend!
Sarah Blanchard
Principal
Ha
mpton Elementary School
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