As the tedium of Covid continues, parents are feeling a teeny bit stressed and our kids pick it up. Join a supportive workshop for simple family-friendly practices that help you step away from anxiety to revive your energy and boost family connections, taught by Hazel Wolf special education teacher Andrea D’Asaro.
Register in advance for this meeting: http://bit.ly/2O5ArjX
Parents will enjoy proven practices like soft belly breathing, mindful eating and unrestricted movement that engage all of your senses and create islands of serenity for those tough moments. We will enjoy self-compassion practices that transform worries and bring deep care to ourselves and our families. We’ll have fun with infectiously funny animal breathing that can soothe difficult moments with your student and help overcome online frustrations.
Thanks to everyone who came to the last meeting. There was so much helpful information shared that we decided to have another meeting at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 2, 2021. By then we’ll be coming up on a year of COVID. It’s a good time to take stock and think about where we are now and what we’ve learned. How are we doing? How are we tending to our mental health? How about our kids’ mental health? Let’s get together and share some ideas. Everyone is welcome!
Register here: https://bit.ly/36odVJm
This year, we are sadly unable to hold our annual auction event, which is typically our biggest fundraiser of the year. However, we are hopeful to find new ways to successfully engage with our generous community during our Direct Appeal Campaign, running March 1-14, 2021.
In a normal year, our annual auction typically raises over $90,000 and is only successful because of donors and families, like you. This year our campaign goal is $40,000, which will enable us to maintain our most important school support programs during this virtual school year.
By giving to Hazel Wolf K-8 PTSA, you’ll be investing in every student and ensuring consistent funding of our existing programs, such as our: Reading and Math Tutors who are successful providing extra support to struggling students, Staff Grants that support our (virtual) classrooms, supplies and enrichment materials, and SO MUCH MORE.
Thank you for saving the date and considering a financial commitment to your child, to every child, through our Direct Appeal.
Hazel Wolf parents, staff and students are invited to join the Hazel Wolf K-8 PTSA General Session meeting tonight– Wednesday, January 20 at 6:30pm. This meeting will take place remotely via Zoom. Register at: https://bit.ly/3bFARXO
- Updates from your PTSA
- Principal’s Discussion on Learning Updates during Covid
- Call for Nominations Committee for PTSA board positions: 2021/2022 school year
We invite everyone to join us to better build community. We hope to see you there!
The time for new students to register to attend Hazel Wolf for the 2021-2022 school year is coming up soon! The window to submit a choice application for an Option School is Monday, Feb. 1 through Friday, Feb. 19.
We want to reach out and give a special welcome to families who may be new to the country and who speak languages other than English. We need YOUR help. Do you have relatives, neighbors, or friends that speak a language other than English who are interested in enrolling at Hazel Wolf? If you do, contact Rachel Projansky at firstname.lastname@example.org with any information you have and the ELL Enrollment Team will reach out to you soon.
The Book Fair is coming! Start the year off right with some new books while supporting our library and a great local book store! The Book Fair starts this weekend on Sunday, January 10 and ends on Sunday, January 24 (runs for two weeks). This year we are partnering with Phinney Books. Hazel Wolf library will receive a credit of 25% of all book fair sales to spend on books for the school.
There are two ways to shop:
Online: Shop the online book fair at https://bookshop.org/shop/phinneyhazelwolf. All purchases made on Bookshop will be shipped from the wholesaler’s warehouse directly to the purchasers (or to gift recipients). There is not an option for in-store pickup for online orders.
In-store: You can also purchase books at Phinney Books during the book fair and have the books count toward the school credit. Just let them know at checkout that you want your purchases applied to the Hazel Wolf book fair, and they will add them to the school total. Phinney Books is located at: 7405 Greenwood Ave. N
We’re in the thick of it right now, this online learning. Would you like to know what other parents have learned? What tricks work for them? Come to our first Parents Supporting Parents meeting of the school year. Be ready to share three things you’ve found that helps your kid stay focused, help you do some work, or help your household run. Ideas for self care? That’d work too. It all counts! Also bring your top three greatest challenges. What do you need help with?
Join us for a virtual community discussion for all parents next Wednesday, Jan. 13 at 6:30 p.m., and be ready to share your ideas and your struggles.
Register here: http://bit.ly/3oaumzR
We are all stronger together!