2019-2020 School Year Supply List

The 2019-2020 School year supply list has been posted on the school website.

The page includes information for a $40 supply donation for uniform supplies to be purchased for kindergarten to 3rd Grade classrooms.

Also listed are grade level supplies for kindergarten through middle school.

The supply list can be viewed here:

https://hazelwolfk8.seattleschools.org/about/calendar_and_news/new/school_supplies

Open House on Wednesday, August 28

Join us for the back-to-school Open House on Wednesday, August 28 at 5:00PM.

Pizza (including gluten-free) and salad will be provided. Reconnect with friends and enjoy a self-guided tour of the school.

Find out your class assignments. Middle School students can pick up their schedule, if available. Learn about PTSA volunteer opportunities. Also, school spirit gear will be available for purchase.

Schedule: (subject to change)
5:00-6:00PM: Picnic and social time
6:00-6:30PM: K-5 Orientation
6:45-7:15PM: Middle School Orientation

Administrators and counselors will be in attendance (but not teachers) to meet and ask questions.

Hazel Wolf Summer Hang Outs

Enjoy an opportunity to socialize with other Hazel Wolf families this summer. Bring your own snacks or picnic. Additional grade-level hang outs may be scheduled by class reps, so watch Facebook for updates!

Incoming Kindergarten – 4th Grade:
Tuesday, July 16, 4:30-6:30PM
Maple Leaf Park Playground

5th – 8th Grades:
Tuesday, July 23, 4:30-6:30PM
Pinehurst Playfield – play kickball, Ultimate Frisbee or just hang out

All School Social:
Wednesday, July 31, 4:30-6:30PM
Meadowbrook Playground – family kickball game if field is available!

Incoming Kindergarten:
Wednesday, August 7, 10:00AM-12:00PM
Maple Leaf Park Playground
Wednesday, August 21, 1:00-3:00PM
Pinehurst Playground – following JumpStart

 

 

Thank you Zylberschtein’s for Supporting 1st Grader’s Annual Food Day

Our 1st graders recently had their Annual Food Day Event and would love to thank Zylberschtein’s Deli & Bakery for their support!

First graders wrapped up their Farm to Table E-Stem Unit last week with their Annual Food Day. At this event, first graders make jam and butter to experience food production. This year, first graders were able to experience bagel-making with local support from Zylberschtein’s Deli & Bakery! Owner Josh Grunig came to Hazel Wolf and taught all three first grade classes about bagel-making. Then, students made bagels for our picnic! Students were thrilled to experience this process with Josh and enjoyed eating over 200 mini-bagels, all donated by Zylberschtein’s. What a great community supporter! Thanks Zylberschtein’s!!

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Photo credit: Kristen Cater

Another call for Field Day Volunteers

In case you haven’t heard, we’re still in need of Field Day volunteers!
This year, Field Day is on Tuesday, June 25, and we need adults to make this event happen– especially face painters! Help make this a memorable event for our students.

Shifts are available during the following times:
K-2 (9:00am-11:30am)
3-5 (12:00pm – 2:30pm)
Middle School (12:00pm – 3:00pm) –> WE ESPECIALLY NEED MORE VOLUNTEERS! 

Please sign up to help at: https://signup.com/go/HrcdCua

Please complete the volunteer application ASAP if you have not yet done so for the year.

Theme Announced for Next Year’s National PTA Reflections Art Contest

Hello Wolf Pack families! The theme for the 2019-2020 National PTA Reflections art contest has been announced! It’s Look Within. We will be collecting submissions for student work to represent our school next fall and will have more information after school starts, including setting up some open studio times for students to work on their artwork. But we thought that there may be students who want to work on submissions over the summer so wanted to share the theme now.

Categories for entries are: dance, film, literature, music, photography, visual arts 2D, and visual arts 3D. This year’s rules haven’t been posted yet, but should be similar to this year’s. The link to find information about the contest and its rules is here.

Our most popular category is visual arts 2D and there are some specific dimensions to keep in mind before creating entries. Entries cannot exceed 24″ x 30″ x 1/2″ (INCLUDING matting). Those entries also must be mounted on a rigid material. Specific rules for the visual arts 2D category can be found here.

If you have any questions or are interested in helping with Reflections in the fall, please contact Reflections chair Tatiana Kaminsky (tatiana.kaminsky at gmail.com). We are looking forward to seeing students’ work in the fall– it’s always very inspiring!