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Dear HLE Family,
Please remember that all visitors must have a photo ID and visit the front office before entering the campus. Even those of you who volunteer often must visit the front office and follow the proper sign in and sign out procedures. No one is exempt from abiding by our procedures. All visitors must wear proper identification while on campus whether that be a visitor badge or volunteer badge. Staff have been directed to stop any visitor not following these procedures and direct them to the front office. Please keep in mind you must be an approved volunteer to participate in any activities.
Remember every day is a learning day at HLE.
I am grateful for the partnership that we share with you, our HLE family.
Mrs. Baker- PrincipalSAC Openings for 2015 - 2016 School YearLooking for a great way to get involved? Join school administration, teachers, and other parents as part of our School Advisory Committee. Members work with our school improvement plan in order to implement ways to achieve student gains, maintain safety, and support school programs. Please contact Mrs. Baker at 727-724-1429 for more information.
Summer Bridge Program
Pinellas County schools has a summer extended learning program.
Could your child benefit from extra learning opportunities over the summer? Enrollment for Summer Bridge is underway. Summer Bridge is designed for students who are not performing on grade level or need additional help to stay on track. The programs provide engaging activities and intensive instruction to ensure that students are prepared for maximum success when the school year begins. Most Summer Bridge programs will run Monday through Thursday from June 16 to July 23. Parents can register online using the Student Reservation System at https://reservation.pcsb.org. Schools will also assist families with the registration process. Summer Bridge locations and the latest information can be found on the district’s Summer Bridge website, www.pcsb.org/summerbridge. Contact the school for additional info.
Pinellas County Schools Code of Conduct 2014-2015
Code of ConductBattle of the BooksEach year, third, fourth, and fifth grade students may participate in the Battle of the Books. Students will read a selection of 10 titles and be ready to answer questions about the books on a qualifying test. A team of four students from each grade level will go on to compete with each other in a game show format. The winning team will then go on to compete with other teams from various schools. The program is designed to help foster a love of reading and expose students to a greater number of authors of age appropriate books in a fun manner. Our school library carries some of the titles, and they can also be found at public libraries and book stores.
Get InSync this school year
In Sync website
Pinellas County Schools is excited to introduce a one-of-a kind, online program to all parents, teachers and students. InSync Education provides more than 1,200 fun activities to do in the classroom or at home. Resources can be searched by grade level or by subject. InSync Education is a great tool for:
� Homework help
� Test preparation
� Writing strong reports
� Mastering difficult subject areas
� After school and summer school learning
Parents and students can read or listen to activities in English, Spanish or Haitian Creole. Teachers can use the activities in class or as homework assignments. We抮e hoping you take advantage of this great new resource. InSync is available online 24/7 and can be accessed from any computer or mobile device.
To get started:
� From the Pinellas County Schools website, click on the InSync logo or go to www.insyncedu.com/insync.
� Enter this code: PCSB; and select START.
� Create your username, password and profile to begin.
Adopt A Class
Adopt A Class Form
If you would like to adopt a class for the next school year, please download the form above.
Nutrition standards in school
Proposed rule for nutrition standards in schools.
� The USDA Food & Nutrition Service Child Nutrition Division has devised a proposed rule on nutrition standards for foods sold in schools, which could substantially change our current practice. Art Dunham, Director of Food Services, has asked that you review the attached PowerPoint presentation, which explains the rule, and share it with your staff and families. The USDA is asking for comments on the proposed rule from school districts, principals, teachers and parents from now through April 9. If you or a member of your school community would like to speak to this proposed rule, please submit comments to Mr. Dunham at email@example.com.