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June 22
Final Hawk Squawk 2017-2018

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, June 22nd, 2018

 

School is out for Summer!
Mon. June 25
Tues. June 26
Join us for our 2018-2019
Meet the Teacher
Ice Cream Social
Thursday, August 30th 6:30PM
First day of school is Tuesday, September 4th!
School Open Regular Hours to pick up Report Cards
School Open Regular Hours
 
All remaining report cards will be mailed
 
This is a message from Mrs. Blanchard, Principal at Hampton Elementary School. Here is your weekly edition of the HES Hawk Squawk.
 
It was a momentous occasion Thursday as we acknowledged all of the work of our Grade 5 Leadership students and wished them Farewell on their journey moving up to Middle School. Best of luck to Mr. Raymond, Ms. Laird, Ms. Reay, Mrs. Hill, Ms. Shaw and Ms. Palmer as they move on to new opportunities within the district. If your child was not at school today report cards are available for pick up in the office until Tuesday at 12.

LOST AND FOUND/BIKES: We still have a large number of shoes, boots, jackets, sweaters and other bits of clothing. Feel free to come into the school on Monday and Tuesday to gather any missing items. Also, we still have a few bikes in the courtyard from our Grade 5 bike rally as well as an additional bike that was left in storage from the 2016-2017 bike rally!
 
WEBSITE: Our website is a great place to check out over the summer http://web1.nbed.nb.ca/sites/ASD-S/1939/Pages/default.aspx You can find my Principals End of Year Letter link at the top of the page.
 
2018-2019 SCHOOL CALENDAR: I have attached next year’s school calendar for those of you who like to plan your vacations in advance. Two holidays to highlight include the Winter Break December 22nd until January 7th and March Break, March 4-8.
 
BIGGER BETTER FAIR DAY: I am so very proud of our HES school community. We have a community of engaged families who go above and beyond to help support the many initiatives of our school. Big Fair Day was a huge success! The profits of over $3200 will go directly into our Playground Renovation Fund. Thank you again for your support. It was a fun day for everyone. Congratulations to our Basket Winners:
 
TRACK AND FIELD GRADE 5 RESULTS: Congratulations to all the students who competed this week in the Track and Field meet in Sussex. We had several students who placed top 3 in many events.
 
Our weekly Hawk Squawk is always posted on our school website under the Synrevoice tab!
Have a great weekend!
Sarah Blanchard
Principal
Hampton Elementary School
Have you joined our Facebook closed group?  
Hampton Elementary School Home and School
 
Summer Tech Tips continued…
Setting screen-time limits -- and helping kids moderate their own habits -- are all about finding the right balance for your family's needs and lifestyle. We offer advice for creating a realistic schedule, setting age-appropriate guidelines on TV time, finding the first websites for young kids to use, handling violent media, and managing kids' cell phone use.

Am I depriving my kid if I don't get him an iPhone?

Parents: you are not depriving your kid if you don't buy him an iPhone. Smartphones -- especially the latest, fanciest ones -- have become status symbols for kids and are the source of a lot of peer pressure. (Get tips on how to manage high-tech hand-me-downs.)
Be prepared for lots of impassioned speeches from your kid about why he needs an iPhone, but, if you don't want or can't afford to get one, know that plenty of kids don't have them and do just fine. He should have some exposure to digital tools and the chance to develop technology skills at home or at school, though.

Does exposure to violent movies or video games make kids more aggressive?

Although experts agree that no single factor can cause a nonviolent person to act aggressively, some studies (though not all) suggest that heavy exposure to violent media can be a risk factor for violent behavior. Children who are exposed to multiple risk factors -- including substance abuse, aggression, and conflict at home -- and also consume violent media are more likely to behave aggressively.
While exposure to violent media is only one of several risk factors, it is one that parents have control over. As parents, we can make a choice to consistently expose our kids to media that reflects our own personal values and say "no" to the stuff that doesn't. 
YOUTUBE:
Kids go crazy over YouTube. It's where they head for news, entertainment, humor, and even knowledge on topics ranging from multiplication to Minecraft. But for all the fun stuff on YouTube, the inappropriate content -- from ads to negative comments to swear words and hate speech -- concerns many parents. 

What's the deal with disturbing YouTube videos that look like they're for kids but are strange and upsetting?

Picture this: Your kid has settled in to watch what looks like a nice Peppa Pig video. The title of the video looked age-appropriate and your kid instantly recognized the familiar characters. But after a few minutes of normal play, the story goes horribly wrong. The characters start cursing, bleeding violently, or engaging in other disturbing acts. What's up with these strange videos that look like they're for kids but definitely are not? And why does YouTube show them to you?
June 15
H.E.S Hawk Squawk June 18-22, 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, June 15th, 2018

 

BIG FAIR DAY COUNTDOWN
Saturday, June 16th: TOMORROW!!!
Rain Location: Hampton Community Centre
Mon. June 18
Tues. June 19
Weds. June 20
Thurs. June 21
Fri. June 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)
Pack your lunch! No hot lunch this week. Thank you to the Home & School for another great year of hot lunches!
9AM Grade 5 Bike Rally
 
8:45AM POOL(3S,3/4K)
11:45AM POOL (Gr. 5)
1PM POOL (Gr. 4)
Grade 5 Track & Field (for participating students)
 
Field Trip (4G & 4P) – SJ public library
 
4Long – Town Square
 
1PM POOL (3FI classes)
Last Day for Milk
 
Field Trip - Grade 5 to Aquatic C. and Bowlarama
 
1PM POOL (Gr. 4’s)
9AM Grade 5 Moving Up Ceremony
 
Field Trip for 3/4K, 3S & 4L – AC and Museum
 
Field Trip for all 3FI’s to Sam de Cham & Museum
 
1PM POOL (Gr. 5’s)
Last day of school – ½ day for students
 
Keith Scott Presentations for all students.
 
11:30 DISMISSAL
 
 
 
 
 
This is a message from Mrs. Blanchard, Principal at Hampton Elementary School. Here is your weekly edition of the HES Hawk Squawk. Tomorrow is the much anticipated Big Fair Day. This is a great event and our Home and School volunteers have worked very hard preparing a day of fun. It will be located on School Street in the field at our school. BIG FAIR DAY is our biggest fundraiser of the school year! There will be a ticket booth selling punch cards at the entrance ($10 for 10 punches). A reminder that socks are required for some of the special attractions. There will also be games where students can earn “Hawk Bucks” which can then be redeemed at the prize table. The event runs from 10-2PM and we will have a BBQ.
 
This coming week is a very busy week. I have listed as many events as possible at the top of the email in our weekly schedule. I hope I haven’t missed anything. When using sunscreen, we recommend application at home as we are a scent free environment.
 
Friday Dismissal: On Friday, students will be dismissed at 11:30 with buses leaving shortly after that time.
 
Grade 5 Bike Rally is Monday: Bike Rally Drop off is 6:30-7:30 PM on Sunday for those parents who want to drop off their childrens’ bikes for the rally. Parents can come up to the front of the school and Mrs. Thorne will be accepting the bikes to store overnight in the courtyard. Please inform your teacher if you will be picking their bike up on Monday after school or if they have permission to bike home at the end of the day.
 
Milk and Hot Lunch: Today was the final day for hot lunch. Please remember to pack lunches next week. Milk continues for three days next week.
 
Track and Field Meet: Grade 5 students participating in Track and Field events will be on Tuesday.
2018-2019 School Calendar for next year is now available on the Anglophone South District website and is attached to this email for planning purposes. Also find attached a letter from Ms. Zoe Watson regarding a change to professional learning days (half days are being eliminated).
 
 
School Fees 2018-2019 – Parents provided feedback through a school wide survey that they prefer an all-inclusive student fee that included school supplies. What does the school fee cover?
Total Cost: $60 per student
 
 
 
Gr 2 FI and Gr 3-5 English and French Immersion
 
 
Amount
Rationale
 $40
This part of the fee covers all student consumable supplies. With ten months of the year, this works out to $4 a month per student and covers: pencils, erasers, paper, notebooks, duotangs, markers, crayons, glue, art supplies. Items such as scissors and rulers are recycled from year to year and are replenished on an as needed basis.
$20
This part of the fee covers student fees for items and performances. For example, students will receive a student agenda ($7), three school performances, ten skating sessions at the Hampton Community Centre in the Fall or Winter as well as two swimming session in the Spring.
Families are required to provide the following:
•2 boxes of tissue
•1 set of inexpensive ear buds/ ear phones (ear phones preferred)
•Indoor sneakers
•1 backpack
•1 lunch bag
***there may be times towards the end of the year when items such as pencils are requested to be replenished.
 
Check out our Mobiles in the Saint John City Market murals. Can you spot our stone churches?
 
SUMMER TECHNOLOGY TIPS:
Does your child watch YOUTUBE videos? Did you know?
More and more students are reporting watching YouTube unsupervised. Children are watching their favourite “youtubers” play games such as Granny and Fortnite on YouTube. While the students are not playing these games directly, they are being subjected to inappropriate content. Here is some additional information from a leading parent website Common Sense Media https://www.commonsensemedia.org You can search movies, video games, apps etc on this website:
 
WHAT PARENTS NEED TO KNOW: Fortnite
Is Fortnite appropriate for kids?
For some parents, the cartoonish, bloodless style of the action in Fortnite makes the violence less problematic than the aggressive gore in other popular shooter games. But the game's online chat feature -- especially in Battle Royale -- could expose younger players to offensive language or mature content from random strangers. Common Sense doesn't recommend games with open chat for kids under 13, but with the right controls and parental guidance, this can be a tween-friendly alternative to violent first-person shooters.
What age should kids be to play Fortnite?
Common Sense recommends Fortnite for teens 13 and up, primarily because of the open chat and action violence.
 
WHAT PARENTS NEED TO KNOW: Granny
 
Parents need to know that Granny is a free-to-play indie horror game with grotesque art, blood, and jump scares that are probably too intense for young kids. The gameplay is challenging as well, even on its easiest setting, which could frustrate some players. Its stealth gameplay features a corpse-like granny who chases the player through a house with a bloody bat. Players who get caught are beaten, and blood spatter covers the screen. Cannibalism is implied, with pools of blood and a hunk of hanging raw meat, but the grainy visuals and art style limits the realism of the gory imagery. Players are also frequently subjected to ads during gameplay. The app has no privacy policy. 
 
 
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 our Community?
Atlantic Community Church (ACC)
Phone: 506-832-2575
Grade 5 students, you are invited to our ACC Youth Pool Party, this Tuesday, June 19th 7:15-8:15 at the Hampton Pool. 
Please BRING this invitation with the following contact information in case of emergency.
Full Name: ____________________
Parent Name: __________________
Cell or Phone: __________________
If you are interested in information regarding ACC’s Youth programming for the fall, please complete the following:
email: ______________________
facebook name: _______________
We encourage you and your parents to join our Facebook page to keep in touch and we hope to see you in the fall as we continue to experience the love of Jesus and the plans He has for our lives.
God Bless you this summer!  We hope to see you soon.
Jennifer Seely & EPIC youth leaders
 
AX Kids Summer Camps
We've finalized the details for our 2018 Summer Camps! 
Ages 5-12 are welcome. Cost is $135 per week. 
Camps will run from 8:30am to 3pm, Tuesday - Friday, for 6 weeks:
June 26 - 29, July 3 - 6, July 10 - 13, July 24 - 27, July 31 - August 3, August 7 - 10
Our Summer Camp Coordinators build the group's day around different artistic activities, both indoor and outdoor. Each day a different Expert Instructor will teach a new type of art for a two hour session - painting, fibre art, creative writing, etc. Lessons will vary so the children will be exposed to new methods and mediums.
You can register in person at AX, 12 Maple Ave., or over the phone 433-8351. Cash, cheque, and credit cards accepted. 
Enrolment is limited to ensure participants get quality instruction, so register early!
Full daycare service and French immersion summer camps
 
ARCf offers a whole spectrum of French activities for children under 12 to come experience unforgettable moments in a fun, friendly and safe environment. 
 
The daycare and French immersion summer camps offer::
·        Recreational, artistic, sporting and social activities where fun meets learning in French;
·        The opportunity for children to make new friends, have fun and get involved in dynamic Francophone group activities;
·        The best way to practice their French language skills with other kids.
 
June 08
H.E.S Hawk Squawk June 11-15, 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, June 8th, 2018

 

Mon. June 11
Tues. June 12
Weds. June 13
Thurs. June 14
Fri. June 15
7:50-8:15 OPEN GYM (Gr.5)
 
7:50-8:15 OPEN GYM (Gr.4)
 
7:50-8:15 OPEN GYM (Gr.3)
Waffle w/ syrup
Quesadilla or Grilled Cheese w/ veggies
Cheese Pizza
Lasagna w/ garlic bread
Pasta or Burger w/veggies
Return all Library Books
 
 
 
Track and Field (participating Grade 5 students)
 
 
8:15-8:45 Please join us for “I Read, We Read” in participating classrooms (last one)
 
MARIGOLD Planting Day
 
10:30 – POOL (3S, 3/4K)
1PM – POOL (4L, 4G, 4P)
 
Last Day for Hot Lunch
6:30PM PSSC Meeting
 
 
6:30PM Home and School Meeting (Big Fair Day Preparation)
Robotics Last One
 
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 those students who purchased PLANTS for the garden! Our Greenhouse students raised $111.90.
 
This week will be the last week for Hot Lunch (there are three more days next week for milk after this week) as several of our classes will be on field trips throughout the last week of school.
 
HAMPTON SPLASH AND DASH: Tomorrow is the Hampton Splash and Dash! An event open to kids aged 3-13 years. This is a swim (or splash) in the Hampton pool followed immediately by a run. Registration on site at the Hampton Community Centre begins at 9AM with the Race start times beginning at 10AM. Good luck to all of our students who are participating in this fun event! Congratulations to Julia Bonney Lamont for designing the Hampton Ladies Triathlon medal!
Year End Survey: The link to our annual "Year End Survey" is now live!  (You may need to copy and paste the link in a new browser) We appreciate you taking the time to provide us with valuable feedback by Friday, June 15th. This information will be shared with our PSSC and staff to help guide our decisions in the school. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/T52MTSW
Last day of school: The last day of school has officially been announced as a half day for students (a full day for staff). Students will be dismissed at approximately 11:30AM.
LIBRARY: Our library is still looking for many books. Please dig in your closets and under your bed to see if you find any of our books.
PSSC Meeting: Our final PSSC Meeting for the 2017-2018 school year will take place Monday evening at 6:30PM.
Track and Field Meet: On Thursday we have several of our Grade 5 students participating in the Regional Track and Field Meet in Sussex. Our students will be sharing a bus with Hammond River and students should be returning to school in the afternoon.
Friday, June 15th will be our final “We Read” session in the morning. It is also Marigold planting day. Many of our classrooms will be taking the opportunity to swim at the local Hampton pool.
The last Robotics class will take place Friday, June 15th.
BIG FAIR DAY: Monday, students will be taking home flyers for Big Fair Day. Admission to Big Fair Day is by punch cards - $10 for 10 punches. It will be 1 punch for games, the bouncy castle, slides, and obstacle course. The pony rides and food table will accept cash or punch cards. Punch cards will be on sale at the front office Monday to Thursday morning. Buy early to avoid lineups at the event. Spring Basket Fundraiser: Our baskets are available for viewing in the lobby or on the H&S Facebook Page. Tickets are $2 for one or 3 for $5.00.  
TICKS: Below please find information on Lyme Disease in New Brunswick from Office of the Chief Medical Officer of Health and the Canadian Pediatric Society.  These links address general information, as well as prevention strategies like wearing protective clothing, using insect repellant, and checking clothes and skin for ticks.
1.     What is Lyme Disease
2.     How to protect yourself
 
 
Our weekly Hawk Squawk is always posted on our school website under the Synrevoice tab!
 
Coming up:
June 16th – Big Fair Day
June 21st – Moving Up Ceremony for Grade 5 students (9 A.M.)
June 22nd - Last Day for Students
 
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 our Community?
 
AX Kids Summer Camps
We've finalized the details for our 2018 Summer Camps! 
Ages 5-12 are welcome. Cost is $135 per week. 
Camps will run from 8:30am to 3pm, Tuesday - Friday, for 6 weeks:
June 26 - 29, July 3 - 6, July 10 - 13, July 24 - 27, July 31 - August 3, August 7 - 10
Our Summer Camp Coordinators build the group's day around different artistic activities, both indoor and outdoor. Each day a different Expert Instructor will teach a new type of art for a two hour session - painting, fibre art, creative writing, etc. Lessons will vary so the children will be exposed to new methods and mediums.
You can register in person at AX, 12 Maple Ave., or over the phone 433-8351. Cash, cheque, and credit cards accepted. 
Enrolment is limited to ensure participants get quality instruction, so register early!
Full daycare service and French immersion summer camps
 
ARCf offers a whole spectrum of French activities for children under 12 to come experience unforgettable moments in a fun, friendly and safe environment. 
 
The daycare and French immersion summer camps offer::
·        Recreational, artistic, sporting and social activities where fun meets learning in French;
·        The opportunity for children to make new friends, have fun and get involved in dynamic Francophone group activities;
·        The best way to practice their French language skills with other kids.
 
June 01
H.E.S Hawk Squawk June 4-8, 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, June 1st, 2018

 

Grade 4 students Provincial Exams (May 28-June 8)
Mon. June 4
Tues. June 5
Weds. June 6
Thurs. June 7
Fri. June 8
7:50-8:15 OPEN GYM (Gr.5)
 
7:50-8:15 OPEN GYM (Gr.4)
 
7:50-8:15 OPEN GYM (Gr.3)
Waffle w/ syrup
Quesadilla or Grilled Cheese w/ veggies
Early Dismissal - Half day for students
Lasagna w/ garlic bread
Pasta or Burger w/veggies
Project Webfoot (Kennedy/Long)
 
PLANT SALE
(Greenhouse Team)
 
 
 
 
 
PLANT SALE
(Greenhouse Team)
 
8:15-8:45 Please join us for “I Read, We Read” in participating classrooms
 
Roots of Empathy Year End Celebration
 
DATL Art from the Heart Event
Robotics #9/10
 
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 the PSSC members who were able to assist with our Open House on Monday evening. Your help with tours was greatly appreciated. Today we welcomed the Grade 2 students and Grade 1 French Immersion students from DATL for a visit of classrooms and tour in the morning and a lovely walk for Disability Awareness Week to close out our day today! A reminder that Big Fair Day is just 15 days away!
On Monday, Hampton Elementary is holding the Regional Roots of Empathy celebration and several of our current and former students will be sharing their experiences with having Roots in their classrooms.
Our final Home and School meeting for the school year will be held on Thursday evening to finalize plans for Big Fair Day. If you are planning to volunteer, this would be a great meeting to attend. 6:30PM in the school library!
We have our Grade 4 students finishing their Provincial Exams (beginning Monday and running until June 8th).
 
We were able to raise $358 for JDRF (Juvenile Diabetes Research Fund).
 “I Read, We Read, H.E.S. Reads!” Did you know there are only 2 Fridays left before the end of the school year? At H.E.S we would like to unite with families and the community to boost students’ reading skills. Each Friday, you are welcome to join us from 8:15a.m. until 8:45a.m. to listen to our students reading. Reading aloud helps build fluency, improves comprehension and helps develop critical reasoning. The reader is more invested in the process and is more likely to think about what he or she is saying while reading. More importantly, reading aloud builds reading confidence!
 
Home and School Reminders:
Spring Basket Fundraiser: Our baskets are available for viewing in the lobby or on the H&S Facebook Page. Tickets are $2 for one or 3 for $5.00.
Donations for Big Fair Day – we are always looking for people to volunteer their time for Big Fair Day, but for those who are unable to do so, we suggest helping with donations. Items requested include: water, juice, prizes (dollar store items, trinket type items, loot bag prizes etc).
 
Our weekly Hawk Squawk is always posted on our school website under the Synrevoice tab!
 
Coming up:
June 6th Half Day for students (Report Card Preparation P.M.)
June 7th – DATL Art from the Heart
June 14th – Track and Field (participating Grade 5 students)
June 15th – Last day for Hot Lunch
June 16th – Big Fair Day
June 21st – Moving Up Ceremony for Grade 5 students (9 A.M.)
June 22nd - Last Day for Students
 
Have a great weekend!
 
Sarah Blanchard
Principal
Ha
mpton Elementary School
Have you joined our Facebook closed group?  
Hampton Elementary School Home and School
May 25
H.E.S Hawk Squawk May 28- June 1, 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, May 25th, 2018

 

 
Mon. May 28
Tues. May 29
Weds. May 30
Thurs. May 31
Fri. June 1
7:50-8:15 OPEN GYM (Gr.5)
 
7:50-8:15 OPEN GYM (Gr.4)
 
7:50-8:15 OPEN GYM (Gr.3)
Waffle w/ syrup
Quesadilla or Grilled Cheese w/ veggies
Cheese Pizza
Lasagna w/ garlic bread
Pasta or Burger w/veggies
Grade 4 students Provincial Exams
May 28-June 8
 
Grade 5 students visit Hampton Middle School
Grade 5 Special Guest: Social Studies: First Nations/Treaties
Heart Lab for Grade 5 (Smith/Thorne)
 
Weekly Assembly
Heart Lab for Grade 5 (Smith/Thorne)
 
 
8:15-8:45 Please join us for “I Read, We Read” in participating classrooms
 
AM: DATL Gr 1 & 2 students visit
 
Gr 4 Power: Fish Friends
 
PM: Walk and Roll for Disability Awareness
6PM PSSC Meeting
6:30PM Open House for Parents (new to HES)
 
 
Competition at Milledgeville North for Robotics students
Robotics #8/10
 
This is a message from Mrs. Blanchard, Principal at Hampton Elementary School. Here is your weekly edition of the HES Hawk Squawk.
 
The week ahead is a busy one. We have our Grade 4 students beginning their Provincial Exams (beginning Monday and running until June8th), Students will be assessed in the areas of reading, math and science. Students should be well rested, have a good breakfast, nutritious snacks for school and of course, water!
 
Events for Grade 5 students: The Grade 5 students will be visiting Hampton Middle School on Monday with their peers where they will have an opportunity to tour the school and ask questions. Tuesday, the Grade 5 students have a special guest, Mr. Mark Perry visiting to discuss the Social Studies Topic: First Nations and Treaties. On Wednesday and Thursday, our English Grade 5 classes will take part in a Heart Lab for Health which our Grade 5 French Immersion classes has earlier this month.
PSSC Meeting and Grade 2 Open house: Our PSSC meeting will be Monday evening at 6PM in the library. We are inviting parents of new students to HES to come at 6:30PM for an information session and tour of the school. We will meet in the library.
Grade 4 Power will be releasing their Salmon fry on Friday, June 1st. They have done a wonderful job raising these fish and even adopted those from the Hammond River Angling Association when they lost power during the flood.
DATL Transition: Students from DATL have been joining us for Buddy Skipping with our Phys. Ed classes. On Friday, the current Grade 1 French Immersion and all Grade 2 students will be visiting HES for a tour and to visit our Grade 3 classes as part of their transition to our school for 2018-2019.
Disability Awareness Walk: HES will participate in a short walk at approximately 12:35PM on Friday. This campaign happened in response to a request from Rick Hansen following his Man in Motion World Tour. 2018 marks the 31st consecutive annual Disability Awareness Week in New Brunswick.
“I Read, We Read, H.E.S. Reads!” Did you know there are only 3 Fridays left before the end of the school year? At H.E.S we would like to unite with families and the community to boost students’ reading skills. Each Friday, you are welcome to join us from 8:15a.m. until 8:45a.m. to listen to our students reading. Reading aloud helps build fluency, improves comprehension and helps develop critical reasoning. The reader is more invested in the process and is more likely to think about what he or she is saying while reading. More importantly, reading aloud builds reading confidence!
 
Home and School Reminders:
Spring Basket Fundraiser: Our baskets are available for viewing in the lobby or on the H&S Facebook Page. Tickets will be sent home next week.
Donations for Big Fair Day – we are always looking for people to volunteer their time for Big Fair Day, but for those who are unable to do so, we suggest helping with donations. Items requested include: water, juice, prizes (dollar store items, trinket type items, loot bag prizes etc).
 
Our weekly Hawk Squawk is always posted on our school website under the Synrevoice tab!
 
Coming up:
June 6th Half Day for students (Report Card Preparation P.M.)
June 7th – DATL Art from the Heart
June 14th – Track and Field (participating Grade 5 students)
June 15th – Last day for Hot Lunch
June 16th – Big Fair Day
June 21st – Moving Up Ceremony for Grade 5 students (9 A.M.)
June 22nd - Last Day for Students
 
Have a great weekend!
 
Sarah Blanchard
Principal
Ha
mpton Elementary School
Have you joined our Facebook closed group?  
Hampton Elementary School Home and School
 
 
May 18
H.E.S Hawk Squawk May 21-25, 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, May 18th, 2018
 
May is Mental Health & Food Allergy Awareness Month
Mon. May 21
Tues. May 22
Weds. May 23
Thurs. May 24
Fri. May 25
Victoria Day
Schools Closed
 
7:50-8:15 OPEN GYM (Gr.4)
 
7:50-8:15 OPEN GYM (Gr.3)
Quesadilla or Grilled Cheese w/ veggies
Cheese Pizza
Lasagna w/ garlic bread
Pasta or Burger w/veggies
 
Assembly – Hampton Ladies Triathlon Medal Winner announced
 
8:15-8:45 Please join us for “I Read, We Read” in various classrooms around the school
 
**last day for knitting
 
PJ Day for Diabetes (by donation)
 
 
H&S after school movie
Robotics #7/10
 
This is a message from Mrs. Blanchard, Principal at Hampton Elementary School. Here is your weekly edition of the HES Hawk Squawk.
 
JUMP ROPE FOR HEART: Our Jump money has been tallied and we have surpassed our goal with over $4700 raised for the Heart and Stroke Foundation!
 
Hot Lunch Orders for JUNE: A reminder all hot lunch orders are due online by Sunday!
 
Milk Orders: Our last day for milk was scheduled to be Friday, June 15th, however, due to the three days of school closures we are extending the milk into the last week of school to replace the days missed. If your child’s class is away on a field trip the last week of school, they may opt to receive their milk on a different day that week.
 
Staff Update: We welcome back Mrs. Long to Grade 4 this coming week. Miss. Palmer will be in the classroom on Tuesday to support a smooth transition back. We wish Miss Palmer well and hope we will still see her in her role as supply teacher for Anglophone South. Miss Reay is continuing to replace Mrs. Hill in Music and choir.
 
Grade 4 Provincial Assessments: Due to the flood school closures, our students have been granted a one week extension and therefore will begin on Monday, May 28th. Students will be assessed in the areas of reading, math and science. Students should be well rested, have a good breakfast, nutritious snacks for school and of course, water!
 
PJ Day for Juvenile Diabetes: At Hampton Elementary we will be having a day to support Juvenile Diabetes suggested by one of our students who is living with T1D. On May 25th, students will be permitted to wear their PJ’s and we will be accepting donations for the JDRF organization. Type 1 diabetes (T1D) is an autoimmune disease that occurs when the body’s immune system attacks and destroys the cells in the pancreas that make insulin. Unlike type 2 diabetes, T1D is not linked to being overweight, lack of exercise or other lifestyle factors. It is not preventable and its cause is unknown.
 
“I Read, We Read, H.E.S. Reads!” Did you know there are only 4 Fridays left before the end of the school year? At H.E.S we would like to unite with families and the community to boost students’ reading skills. Each Friday, you are welcome to join us from 8:15a.m. until 8:45a.m. to listen to our students reading. Reading aloud helps build fluency, improves comprehension and helps develop critical reasoning. The reader is more invested in the process and is more likely to think about what he or she is saying while reading. More importantly, reading aloud builds reading confidence!
 
Home and School Reminders:
1, Hot lunch orders are due on the 20th of each month. If you are paying by etransfer, you may still squeeze in your order by Sunday.
2. Big Fair Day – we are currently collecting items for classroom baskets as part of our fundraiser. The baskets are looking great and tickets to purchase will be sent home soon!
3. Donations for Big Fair Day – we are always looking for people to volunteer their time for Big Fair Day, but for those who are unable to do so, we suggest helping with donations. Items requested include: water, juice, prizes (dollar store items, trinket type items, loot bag prizes etc).
 
Please find below a message from Ms. Watson, Office of the Superintendent regarding Wednesday, June 6th: this day will be a half day for students as the afternoon will be allocated to June Report Card preparation at the K-8 level.
 
Our weekly Hawk Squawk is always posted on our school website under the Synrevoice tab!
 
Coming up:
May 28th – Grade 5’s visit HMS
May 28th – Hampton Elementary Open House for new students
June 1st – DATL students visit H.E.S.
June 6th Half Day for students (Report Card Preparation P.M.)
June 7th – DATL Art from the Heart
June 14th – Track and Field (participating Grade 5 students)
June 15th – Last day for Hot Lunch
June 16th – Big Fair Day
June 21st – Moving Up Ceremony for Grade 5 students (9 A.M.)
June 22nd - Last Day for Students
Have a great weekend!
Sarah Blanchard
Principal
Ha
mpton Elementary School
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May 11
H.E.S Hawk Squawk May 14-18, 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, May 11th, 2018

 

May is Mental Health & Food Allergy Awareness Month
Mon. May 14
Tues. May 15
Weds. May 16
Thurs. May 17
Fri. May 18
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
Quesadilla or Grilled Cheese w/ veggies
Cheese Pizza
Lasagna w/ garlic bread
Pasta or Burger w/veggies
 
Jump Rope for Heart Money and forms due back to office
First day of Ramadan
 
Author Visit: Natasha Pilotte (French Immersion classes)
Butterfly Garden Partnership Begins (Grade 4 students)
 
We Believe SJ
Grade 5 students at Harbour Station
8:15-8:45 Please join us for “I Read, We Read” in various classrooms around the school
 
6:30 PM Home and School Meeting **rescheduled from last week
Hampton Middle School Open House (for students and families)
 
Robotics #6/10
 
This is a message from Mrs. Blanchard, Principal at Hampton Elementary School. Here is your weekly edition of the HES Hawk Squawk. We were very thankful to be allowed to open our school today. It is hard to believe the devastation caused by all the flooding. However, the children returned eager to continue their learning journey.
 
Jump Rope for Heart went home this week. If you are not participating, forms can be returned to the school. Forms and funds raised are due back by Monday, May 14th.  
 
Home and School Reminders: Our next meeting will take place this Tuesday, May 15th in the library.
SPRING BASKET RAFFLE Please remember to send in your items for our Spring Fundraiser this week. We are looking for inexpensive items for your child’s themed class basket. The bins can include anything at all that relates to your theme. We ask that all items are brought in by Thursday, May 17th.  Photos of the completed baskets will be shared with families as well as information on ticket purchasing. Below please find a reminder of the class themes:

           Mme LeBlanc – Gift Cards
           Mme Melanson – Arts and Crafts
           Mme Aubin-Martin – Spa and Beauty
           Mrs. Salgado – Pets
           Mrs. Kennedy – Sports and Outdoors
           Ms. Palmer/Mrs. Long – Chocolate
           Mme Power – Coffee, Tea, Hot Chocolate
           Mme Golding – School & Office Supplies
           Mme Bradshaw – Family Game Night
           Mme Schofield- Salty and Sweet
           Mme Smith – Movie Night
           Mrs. Thorne – Baking with Kids

 
Hampton Middle School is hosting their Welcome to Middle School Open House for students and families on the evening of Wednesday, May 16th from 6:30-8PM. This is an informal welcoming for any Grade 5 students moving up to the Middle School next year and their families to come view the school, ask questions and meet some of the staff. There will also be a student led tour of the school during the evening.
 
Author Natasha Pilotte will be visiting with French Immersion classes on Wednesday to share writing strategies with classes and working with students in small groups.
 
Our Grade 4 students (and some Grade 3 classes) are partnering with the Hammond River Angling Association to create a “Pollination Station” Butterfly Garden on site beginning Thursday with in class lessons. Students will be discussing the value of pollinators (butterflies, bees, birds), the biological needs of pollinators and the threats and challenges faced by local pollinator populations. Students will be helping with the physical building of raised beds for pollinator gardens as well as Planting, maintaining and observing the gardens.
 
WE BELIEVE SJ: This is an exciting opportunity for our Grade 5 classes to attend Harbour Station on May 17th for the first New Brunswick WE DAY event. One of the main topics at WE Believe Saint John is going to be getting students involved in volunteering in their communities. WE BELIEVE takes place Thursday from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. and we have about 4500 students on site at this event and the link for the stream is https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOgpItkbeqa35Yzw8Od4Ehw/live
 
Grade 4 Provincial Assessments: The Grade 4 assessments will begin on Tuesday, May 22nd. Students will be assessed in the areas of reading, math and science. Students should be well rested, have a good breakfast, nutritious snacks for school and of course, water!
 
“I Read, We Read, H.E.S. Reads!” Did you know there are only 5 Fridays left before the end of the school year? At H.E.S we would like to unite with families and the community to boost students’ reading skills. Each Friday, you are welcome to join us from 8:15a.m. until 8:45a.m. to listen to our students reading. Reading aloud helps build fluency, improves comprehension and helps develop critical reasoning. The reader is more invested in the process and is more likely to think about what he or she is saying while reading. More importantly, reading aloud builds reading confidence!
 
Please find below a message from Ms. Watson, Office of the Superintendent regarding Wednesday, June 6th:
Under the NB Teachers Collective Agreement, all Kindergarten to Grade 8 teachers are to receive two half days each year for report card preparation.  The teachers had a half day in November dedicated to preparation of their report cards. The report cards were new to everyone and this time was appreciated.  On March 15 the Kindergarten to grade 8 teachers were scheduled to have another half day to help with their preparation of the March 2018 Report Cards.  Unfortunately this was a storm closure day across the District.  As a result of this, we must adjust our school calendar so there is a half day dedicated for the June report card preparation at K-8.  This will happen on Wednesday, June 6, 2018 and on that day it will be an early dismissal day for all K to 8 students. We apologize for any inconvenience this change may cause, and we hope by giving a one month notice you will be able to make the necessary arrangements.
 
Our weekly Hawk Squawk is always posted on our school website under the Synrevoice tab!
 
Coming up:
May 21st – No School (Victoria Day)
May 22-June 1st – Grade 4 Provincial Assessment Begins
May 24th – H&S after school Movie
May 25th – PJ Day for Diabetes
May 28th – Grade 5’s visit HMS
Have a great weekend!
Sarah Blanchard
Principal
Ha
mpton Elementary School
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What’s happening in the Community?
May 15th - 6.00 pm - 7.15 pm  Sussex Regional High School will be hosting Shara Munn, Saint John Crown Prosecutor and member of ICE.
Shara will be speaking on the theme of "Cyber Safety Awareness with Youth" ,including the "legal aspects" of inappropriate technological use.
This forum will be facilitated in our high school's Learning Commons and will be open to any parents and community members wishing to learn more about this growing problem.
May 04
H.E.S Hawk Squawk May 7-11, 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, May 4th, 2018
May is Mental Health & Food Allergy Awareness Month
Mon. May 7
Tues. May 8
Weds. May 9
Thurs. May 10
Fri. May 11
***There are no classes for students on Monday, May 7th due to Branch NBTA/AEFNB Meetings***
 
7:50-8:15 OPEN GYM (Gr.4)
 
7:50-8:15 OPEN GYM (Gr.3)
Quesadilla or Grilled Cheese w/ veggies
Cheese Pizza
Lasagna w/ garlic bread
Pasta or Burger w/veggies
 
Assembly: Garth & Helena Miller Topic: Hampton Triathlon Medal Winner
Wear PURPLE for allergy awareness
8:15-8:45 Please join us for “I Read, We Read” in various classrooms around the school
6:30 PM Home and School Meeting
 
6:30-8PM Hampton Middle School Open House
Robotics #5/10
 
This is a message from Mrs. Blanchard, Principal at Hampton Elementary School. Here is your weekly edition of the HES Hawk Squawk. In addition to no school today, Friday, May 4th, there are no classes on Monday, May 7th.
 
Tuesday, May 8th – Home and School meet in the library at 6:30PM.
 
May 8-11th is designated Food Allergy Awareness Week in our community. We will be encouraging students and staff to wear purple on Thursday, May 10th in support of raising awareness for Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis.
 
Grade 5 transition event to HMS: Hampton Middle School is hosting their annual Open House Transition event on Thursday, May 10th from 6:30-8PM. Both parents and students come together to this event and students are available to bring groups on tours in a very relaxed environment. 
Jump Rope for Heart went home this week. If you are not participating, forms can be returned to the school. Forms and funds raised are due back by Monday, May 14th.  
 
“I Read, We Read, H.E.S. Reads!” Did you know there are only 6 Fridays left before the end of the school year? At H.E.S we would like to unite with families and the community to boost students’ reading skills. Each Friday, you are welcome to join us from 8:15a.m. until 8:45a.m. to listen to our students reading. Reading aloud helps build fluency, improves comprehension and helps develop critical reasoning. The reader is more invested in the process and is more likely to think about what he or she is saying while reading. More importantly, reading aloud builds reading confidence!
 
Please find below a message from Ms. Watson, Office of the Superintendent regarding Wednesday, June 6th:
Under the NB Teachers Collective Agreement, all Kindergarten to Grade 8 teachers are to receive two half days each year for report card preparation.  The teachers had a half day in November dedicated to preparation of their report cards. The report cards were new to everyone and this time was appreciated.  On March 15 the Kindergarten to grade 8 teachers were scheduled to have another half day to help with their preparation of the March 2018 Report Cards.  Unfortunately this was a storm closure day across the District.  As a result of this, we must adjust our school calendar so there is a half day dedicated for the June report card preparation at K-8.  This will happen on Wednesday, June 6, 2018 and on that day it will be an early dismissal day for all K to 8 students. We apologize for any inconvenience this change may cause, and we hope by giving a one month notice you will be able to make the necessary arrangements.
 
Our weekly Hawk Squawk is always posted on our school website under the Synrevoice tab!
 
Coming up:
May 17th – We Believe SJ – Grade 5’s are attending at Harbour Station
May 21st – No School (Victoria Day)
May 22-June 1st – Grade 4 Provincial Assessment Begins
May 24th – H&S after school Movie
May 25th – PJ Day for Diabetes
May 28th – Grade 5’s visit HMS
Have a great weekend!
Sarah Blanchard
Principal
Ha
mpton Elementary School
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Hampton Elementary School Home and School
April 27
H.E.S Hawk Squawk Apr. 30-May 4, 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, April 27th, 2018

 

May is Mental Health & Food Allergy Awareness Month
Mon. April 30
Tues. May 1
Weds. May 2
Thurs. May 3
Fri. May 4
7:50-8:15 OPEN GYM (Gr.5)
 
7:50-8:15 OPEN GYM (Gr.4)
 
Provincial Council Day – No School for Students
Grilled Cheese
Quesadilla or Grilled Cheese w/ veggies
Cheese Pizza
Lasagna w/ garlic bread
 
 
 
***new hot lunch month begins***
Jump Rope for Heart Assembly
7:45-8:45 AM
Volunteer Appreciation Breakfast
 
 
 
 
***There is no school for students on Monday, May 7th due to Branch NBTA/AEFNB Meetings***
 
This is a message from Mrs. Blanchard, Principal at Hampton Elementary School. Here is your weekly edition of the HES Hawk Squawk. This week was filled with Random Acts of Kindness in recognition of Pay it Forward month.
 
In addition to May being recognized as Mental Health Awareness Month, it is also Food Allergy Awareness Month in Canada with May 8-11th being designated Food Allergy Awareness Week in our community. We will be encouraging students and staff to wear purple on May 10th in support of raising awareness for Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis. Food allergy awareness FACTS:
•1 in 13 children has a food allergy. That’s two in every classroom!
•Every 3 min, a food allergy reaction sends someone to the ER, that’s more than 200,000 visits per year.
•8 foods account for 90% of all reactions: milk, eggs, peanuts, tree nuts, soy, wheat, fish and shellfish.
 
DARLINGS ISLAND BUS ROUTE: Bus # 705 will not cross the barricades going into entrance to the island. It will be picking students up on the mainland side at 7:40 am for all students, and dropping the students off at the same location on the pm runs. Bus # 705 is the only bus that travels to and from Darlings Island for all students.
 
Jump Rope for Heart kicks off on Tuesday with a representative from the heart and stroke foundation visiting to talk to students about Heart Health.
 
Volunteer Breakfast: On Thursday, May 3rd we welcome all volunteers to our Appreciation Breakfast from 7:45-8:45. There will be coffee and treats as well as a short performance by some of our students. This is a small way for us to thank you for your involvement in our school and for all you do!
 
Friday, May 4th and Monday, May 7th: There is no school for students on these two days. Friday is Provincial Council Day for teachers in which they gather around the province for Professional Learning based on their teaching level (Elementary, Middle and High School) as well as Monday, May 7th which is a Branch NBTA/AEFNB Meeting day for teachers.
 
Please find below a message from Ms. Watson, Office of the Superintendent regarding Wednesday, June 6th:
Under the NB Teachers Collective Agreement, all Kindergarten to Grade 8 teachers are to receive two half days each year for report card preparation.  The teachers had a half day in November dedicated to preparation of their report cards. The report cards were new to everyone and this time was appreciated.  On March 15 the Kindergarten to grade 8 teachers were scheduled to have another half day to help with their preparation of the March 2018 Report Cards.  Unfortunately this was a storm closure day across the District.  As a result of this, we must adjust our school calendar so there is a half day dedicated for the June report card preparation at K-8.  This will happen on Wednesday, June 6, 2018 and on that day it will be an early dismissal day for all K to 8 students. We apologize for any inconvenience this change may cause, and we hope by giving a one month notice you will be able to make the necessary arrangements.
 
Our weekly Hawk Squawk is always posted on our school website under the Synrevoice tab!
 
Coming up:
May 10th – Hampton Middle School Open House (for parents and students)
Have a great weekend!
Sarah Blanchard
Principal
Ha
mpton Elementary School
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April 20
H.E.S Hawk Squawk Apr. 23-27, 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, April 20th, 2018
 
April is Kindness/Pay it Forward Month
Mon. April 23
Tues. April 24
Weds. April 25
Thurs. April 26
Fri. April 27
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
Meat and Tomato Pasta or Quesadilla
Cheese Pizza
Spaghetti
Slider w/side veg. or Chicken Noodle Soup
 
 
 
3/4 Kennedy & 4 Long
Visit Crane Mountain
1/2 Day for Students – Professional Learning for staff in the PM
 
Pay It Forward Day (official day is tomorrow)
 
 
 
Robotics (4) After School
 
This is a message from Mrs. Blanchard, Principal at Hampton Elementary School. Here is your weekly edition of the HES Hawk Squawk.
 
Today was a great School Wide Clean Up day in recognition of Earth Day. Students worked around the school to collect garbage, compost foliage in our flower beds and make HES clean again! Students were also spotted writing about Earth Day around the school. We have two grade 4 classes attending a field trip to Crane Mountain learning about where our waste goes and also how to minimize the waste by Recycling and Composting.
 
PARENT POWER NIGHT: Thank you to those families who were able to attend our annual Parent Power Night! We had a great group of dedicated and supportive families who took advantage of this session. The panelists spoke of the importance of kids putting away their technology and getting outside for activity breaks and also connecting with family members. Sometimes anxiety presents as anger, defiance and misbehavior. It is important to allow your child to experience anxiety. You can’t promise that your child won’t fail a test or that she won’t fall when skating, but you can express confidence that she’s going to be ok, she will be able to manage it and that as she faces her fears, the anxiety level will drop over time.  This gives the child confidence that your expectations are realistic and that you aren’t going to ask her to do something she can’t handle.
 
Active Transportation: With the nicer weather, we want to encourage students to use active transportation to get to school. It was great to see the bikes come out the last couple of weeks and we know exercise is the most effective way to improve memory and attention at school. Read more here: https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-athletes-way/201410/8-ways-exercise-can-help-your-child-do-better-in-school  
 
Student Interns: Ms. Kayla Allaby is completing her term with us at in 3/4 Kennedy. We wish her well on her journey as a teacher! We are welcoming an NBCC student intern who will be learning with us for the next 8 weeks.
 
Courtyard Ducks: Our courtyard ducks have returned and were sighted by Mrs. Chase courting once again. If you recall last year, the momma duck nested and ended up hatching her ducklings in the courtyard!
Wednesday, April 25th is another half day for students with staff professional learning in the afternoon.
 
Pay It Forward Day: To wrap up April, we will acknowledge Pay It Forward Day on Friday with Random Acts of Kindness.
 
Volunteer Breakfast: On Thursday, May 3rd we welcome all volunteers to our Appreciation Breakfast from 7:45-8:45. There will be coffee and treats as well as a short performance by some of our students. This is a small way for us to thank you for your involvement in our school and for all you do!
 
News from the Home and School: The Home and School will continue to accept entries for the Big Fair Day ticket design. Please ask students to bring their drawings to the office early next week!
 
After School Activities: On Friday, Robotics continues with the Spring term (session #4/10). There are still a few spots remaining in this great enrichment program for aspiring engineers! It is open to both NEW and CONTINUING Robotics students and runs for 10 weeks. http://www.robonorthamerica.com/course/course_01_beginner.php
 
Our weekly Hawk Squawk is always posted on our school website under the Synrevoice tab!
 
Coming up:
April 28th – Pay It Forward Day
May 4th – Prov. Council Day – No School for students
May 7th – Branch Meetings – No School for students
May 10th – Hampton Middle School Open House (for parents and students)
 
Have a great weekend!
Sarah Blanchard
Principal
Ha
mpton Elementary School
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