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!
Volunteer to support our school and to get more involved in our community. There are many volunteer opportunities available to support next school year’s programs and events!
Check out the volunteer page with the latest volunteer opportunities for next year. A new addition is Small Fundraising Lead– get the Wolf Pack together for a good cause by coordinating community fundraisers (e.g. dine-out nights) throughout the school year.
Also, there are new opportunities to support next year’s auction. The Auction Committee is looking for several people to fill some critical roles by the end of this school year to help make the 2020 auction run smoothly! There are all sorts of opportunities with varying time commitments– there is something for everybody and we all know many hands make light work. There is also a ton of history available for how to do all of these jobs, as well as people around who have done these jobs before.
2020 Open Auction Volunteer Jobs
Contact the Auction Committee at email@example.com if you are interested or just mention it to Tabitha Burns, Jennifer Colaner, Sabrina Howell, or Kelli Charboneau, if you see us around at school.
Field Day is happening on Tuesday, June 25, and we need your help to make this an amazing and memorable event for our students! Please consider signing up to help with activities.
Field Day schedule by grade:
- K – 2nd: 10:00am – 11:30am –> volunteers report to Ms. Krebs by 9:00am
- 3rd – 5th: 1:00pm – 2:30pm –> volunteers report to Ms. Krebs by 12:00pm
- Middle School: 1:30pm – 3:00pm –> volunteers report to Mr. Riipa by 12:00pm
SIGN UP: https://signup.com/go/HrcdCua
If you have any questions, please contact Eva: firstname.lastname@example.org
We had a huge turnout at Bike To School Day on May 8th– the count was 99 bikes, so we broke our record and just barely missed our goal of 100 bikers. Let’s hit triple digits next year!
It was a beautiful morning and students enjoyed giveaways such as stickers, bracelets and snack bars. New this year, all kids who rode bikes or non-motorized scooters or boards received a raffle ticket to win a nice BPA-free water bottle or T-Shirt donated by Ride Bicycles (the bike shop located a mile or so down the bike lane on Roosevelt.). Thank you SDOT, Ride Bicycles and parents for the donations that helped make the day fun.
(Photo credit: Ann Lipscomb, Zarah Rice)
To our incoming Kindergarten Families, a message from the Kindergarten Teachers:
Kindergarten Jump Start is August 19 – August 23, 2019, and we can’t wait to see you and your child. Don’t forget to come at 8:30 a.m. on Monday, August 19 for check-in and a light breakfast. The rest of the week, drop-off is at 9:00 a.m. Pick-up every day is at 12:00 p.m. right in front of the school near the bike racks. We will provide a daily snack, but unfortunately transportation is not provided.
On Wednesday, August 21, we invite you to come to a family lunch from 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. for a chance to meet other kindergarten families. The teachers and students will join the lunch at 12 p.m. See you soon!
Are you looking to be more involved at Hazel Wolf but not sure how? The PTSA has an open board position. Also, we are looking for a few people to lead events/programs next year.
Here is a summary of the volunteer opportunities. Be sure to check out our Volunteer page for more details on each role and contact information for any questions.
- HOMEROOM REPRESENTATIVE COORDINATOR (Open Board Position): Support our classrooms during the 2019-2020 school year by recruiting K-5 room parents/MS classroom reps and support all staff appreciation events throughout the year. In addition this person attends monthly board meetings and participates in board decisions.
- BOOK FAIR LEAD: Help the school organize the annual book fair in September working with our librarian Ms. Fournier to organize and support volunteers.
- RECYCLING LEAD: Help save the planet and support our school by taking the lead on our on-going recycling programs (e.g., markers, batteries, corks).
- READ-A-THON SUPPORT: Support our fall Read-a-thon by helping to collect forms, enter data, and generally support our wonderful librarian/Read-a-thon lead Ms. Fournier.
This school year’s last edition of the Paw Print newsletter is out and went home in Kidmail last week. As usual, June is a busy month and there is a lot happening! The calendar on the front page will help keep you organized. In case you missed it, a downloadable PDF document is available here: June Paw Print