Please support Hazel Wolf families in need this winter break!
We are accepting non-perishable, non-expired food donations through December 18. We are asking each grade to donate specific foods:
- Kindergarten: mac & cheese and granola bars
- 1st Grade: cookies and cereal
- 2nd Grade: peanut butter and jelly
- 3rd Grade: milk in aseptic cartons and tortillas
- 4th Grade: canned meat/tuna and crackers
- 5th Grade: pasta and pasta sauce
- 6th Grade: bag of onions and applesauce/canned fruit
- 7th Grade: dried and canned beans and rice
- 8th Grade: canned soup/stew and bag of oranges or apples
Deliver items to the bin in the front lobby area near the main office.
If you would like to receive food during winter break, please submit the following information to the front office by Dec. 17: Name, phone number, student name(s), number in household, and any special needs or requests. You can pick up your food bags from the Hazel Wolf office from Dec. 19-21.
If you would like to volunteer to help with the food drive, please contact Stacey Mill at email@example.com.
Session 3 for Kid’s U is officially open! The session will run January 7 to March 1. The Y is offering some exciting new classes exclusively for our 6th-8th graders (Mountaineers and Chess), as well as a chess club for K-5 (from Orangutan Chess Academy). Also, don’t miss Art Wizards, offered on Tuesdays with our very own 4th grade teacher Mrs. Holland!
Instructions for registering are on the Afterschool Programs page. You can also download the registration form for more info.
Staff Appreciation Breakfast is on Friday, December 21 just before Winter Break. We need lots of volunteers to bring goodies and/or help host our terrific staff for this warm outpouring of gratitude. Let’s send the wonderful Hazel Wolf staff on their merry way to winter break with full hearts and full stomachs!
Sign up online at http://signup.com/go/gtAnqxq or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This year we had many wonderful and creative submissions to the Reflections Art Program! The following 12 students were selected to have their entries move on to city-level judging and display at the Seattle Center Armory Loft from November 30, 2018 – January 6, 2019. Stop by and check out all of the great art!
- Amelia K., grade 5
- Anish N., grade 2
- Asher B., grade 3
- Cecilia P., grade 8
- Dylan L., grade 1
- Estee L., grade 5
- Faith C., Kindergarten
- Gwyneth F., grade 7
- Isabel S., Kindergarten
- Josie K., grade 2
- Saltanat B., grade 7
- Sebastian K., grade 2
Order now for 2018-2019 yearbooks! The hardcover book is $21. Ordering deadline is December 31. Complete the form that was sent home through Kidmail, or order online at:
ID Code: 10532219
The PTSA has financial assistance available for yearbooks. Contact Ms. Nelsen if interested.
We hope you can make it to tonight’s Parents Supporting Parents meeting at 7 to 9 p.m. in the Hazel Wolf library. We’ll spend the first hour sharing overall challenges and resources. The second hour will focus on the theme of helping kids make friends and navigate personal relationships. Come and join the conversation.
Don’t forget the Toy Buy, Sell, and Trade Community Event is tomorrow morning, Saturday, December 1 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. in the Cafetorium. Free for shoppers!