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Parents, if you find your child is missing a coat, jacket, sweatshirt, etc., please check to see if it is in our lost and found that’s located near the library. Be sure to check promptly.
Items will be donated to charity on Friday, 2/17.
Please avoid parking in the staff parking lots. We have employees who cannot park to teach and/or supervise your children.
Hidden Valley Elementary – Home of the Hawks
(925) 228-9530 ext. 84300
Fax (925) 313-8938
GET YOUR TIX NOW!! RSVP DUE by NEXT WED. FEB 22
You don’t Want to Miss the
Hidden Valley STEM Fair
Thursday, February 16
6:00-8:00 p.m. Multi-Use Room
Special Guest Speaker
Olav Phillips from Liquid Robotics
Refreshments for Sale
What we think, we become. All that we are arises with our thoughts.
With our thoughts, we make the world.
Dear Hidden Valley Community,
As promised, January was a slow month for your PFC. Missoula Children’s Theater has just wrapped up. Congrats to all of HVE’s actors! A BIG Thank You to Michelle Arnold for managing this community event and to the hosts, volunteers, and supporting families!
Spell-a-thon has begun and planning for our annual dinner auction is in full swing. We are beginning to seek volunteers for next school year to hold committee and board positions. If you are interested in finding out more about how you can help, contact us on our website: HVPFC.com.
Good luck to everyone on acquiring sponsors for the Spell-a-thon. I look forward to hearing how well our students perform. We’ll get an update at our PFC meeting on Tuesday, February 7. See you at the Library at 7 p.m.
Dear Hidden Valley Community,
It’s hard to believe we are half way through winter and heading towards spring. February is a short month, but it will be filled with plenty of learning, and fun activities. Please look for information throughout the month from your child’s teacher, in the PFC Monday Memos, and on the Hidden Valley website at http://hves-mdusd-ca.schoolloop.com/.
We still have room for parents and/or guardians to join our Loving Solutions parent education class. Childcare is available. You can pick up a flyer and registration form in the office, or just come to the library on Wednesday, February 8th to enroll in the class.
Please join me in welcoming two new staff members to Hidden Valley. Jessica Hersh will be providing intervention support for our Kindergarten classes. Armael Malinis will join us as a Social Work intern. Both Jessica and Armael bring valuable experience and lots of positive energy to Hidden Valley. We are very fortunate to have them with us.
During the week of February 14-17 we will be participating in Random Acts of Kindness Week. Activities are planned for students and staff that will focus on kindness. Be sure to ask your child about the activities they do with their teacher and classmates. I encourage you to take the time to talk with your child about kindness, making sure that s/he understands that kindness means being helpful and generous, and that it comes from the heart.
Throughout the month of February, our morning announcements will include quotes from famous African Americans to celebrate African American History month. Please follow us on Twitter @hvehawks to learn more about the individuals who are being celebrated, along with the many other exciting things that are happening at Hidden Valley.
Thank you for entrusting us with your child or children. It is our pleasure and privilege to teach and spend time with them each day. We appreciate all you do to support your child’s success at Hidden Valley.
Rich Gorton, Principal