May 6-10th is National Teacher Appreciation week; however, due to ARMT testing, HPES plans to recognize its teachers the week of May 13th-May 17th. HPES PTO has organized activities for each special day next week, and the list below explains what you can do to help recognize the great teachers we have at Huntington Place!
Monday, May 13TH- HPES has crafty teachers! Give the gift of classroom supplies that your teacher can use to make learning fun!
Tuesday, May 14TH- HPES teachers are noteworthy! Have your child take a few moments to make his or her teacher a card or picture telling about all the fun times he or she has had this year. Also, teachers love sweet notes from parents, so feel free to send your own note to put a smile on your teacher’s face!
Wednesday, May 15TH- Our teachers make school easy, breezy! May is national luau month, so have your child dress in his or her favorite Hawaiian shirt or outfit to celebrate our great teachers. Parents can send fruit for the teachers to enjoy during free time.
Thursday, May 16TH- HPES Duty Free Lunch day! Let your child’s teacher relax during a quiet lunch with fellow teachers by coming to school during your child’s lunchtime to sit with the class. Parents can also bring a desert to the school for the teachers to enjoy. The teacher’s lunch will be provided by our wonderful Adopt-a-school partner, Chick-fil-a. Contact PTO by emailing email@example.com or call Olivia Montgomery at (205) 331-8859 if you can sit with a class or help with deserts.
Friday, May 17TH- Wildcats pamper their teachers! Show your teacher how much you care by sending items that he or she could use to kick back and relax, or enjoy with their family! Have students wear their blue and white spirit gear to show how much they care.
We are so thankful to have such a wonderful group of teachers at HPES. Please do what you can to show how much we truly appreciate them!
HPES PTO President
We are so excited to announce that we now have EBooks!
These will run on any device that has access to the internet or is on WIFI!
These EBooks will be accessible to any student at anytime! INCLUDING WEEKENDS AND SUMMERS!
Morning Drop Off
Students are not allowed be dropped off before 7:30 a.m. Please help us as we are trying to keep your children safe.
Please remember to send a note each time your child is absent. You have two days to return the excuse to the school. After a total of 10 absences in a school year, the parent/guardian will be required to provide medical or legal documentation for absences to be excused.
Huntington Place Elementary is committed to keeping our school safe. Listed below are a few procedures that will help us 0 protect our children.
All visitors must sign in and sign out at the school office. Please be sure to have your driver’s license with you each time.
Students will no longer be allowed to be dropped off before 7:30 a.m. Our school doors open each day at 7:30 a.m.
Teachers are keeping all classroom doors locked.
***Here at HPES, we strive to keep our students safe. One way to do this is by setting up safety restrictions on our iPads. We have tried to find information for you, the parents and guardians. Click here to view links with information on how to set up parental controls for various devices. If you have that is not listed, please email Mrs. Porter at firstname.lastname@example.org . We will try to find that information for you.****
Please click here for our BYOD agreement form. Your student should have brought one home. If he/she misplaced it, please download, read with your student, and both of you sign to return to the teacher.
Click here for a copy of our BYOD Rules to keep at home.
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***No check outs after 2:15 p.m.***
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2012-2013 TCSS School Calendar.