Hopefully everyone is enjoying a wonderful weekend and soaking up the great weather! It was so great to see all of the families at Parent Teacher Conferences. Reminder, there is NO SCHOOL Monday, October 12th. BUT, that doesn’t mean we’re not already thinking about this coming week nor the next. In order to get an idea on what is happening in our first grade classrooms – check out First Grade Happenings.
Our students enjoy outdoor recess during their lunch hour. The temperature has dropped and we have seen many students without a jacket or sweatshirt. Please make sure that students have clothing that is appropriate, so they can enjoy outdoor activities with their classmates.
Don’t forget…This Thursday, student-parent-teacher conferences will be taking place at Hanover Highlands starting after 11:45. Students are dismissed early and will not be in attendance Friday, October 9th or Monday, October 12th. We are looking forward to the chance to sit down with you and your child in order to address our goal setting for the year!
Mrs. Campe & Mrs. Pullins’ classes continue to work through a variety of missions within the Primary ID classrooms. In order to check out what missions these young superheroes have completed as well as what is up ahead, check out their Primary Powers Newsletter!
Recently, Mr. V stumbled across a classmate who has been coming to Hanover on a weekly basis. Tessa, a four year old beautiful four legged friend, has been joining and rotating amongst the Hanover Highlands ID classrooms on a weekly basis. She comes in and helps take part in various activities in the different classrooms. Today, the students in Mrs. Pullins’ classroom were reading stories to her. Needless to say, the children love learning with Tessa. She is a great friend!
Today, the students of Hanover Highlands were lucky enough to have an interactive assembly. Ms. Frischolz was able to bring in Mr. Steve Harpster. From his bio on Amazon.com: “Steve Harpster has illustrated over 100 books for kids. He now travels all over the country and does online visits all over the world teaching kids how to draw using numbers and letters. Harpster wants to show kids they have the power to draw, create, and imagine their own worlds and stories.” The students, staff and even a few parents enjoyed learning how to make numbers and letters come alive – literally, and turn them into monsters, chefs and various other characters!
New to Hanover this year is one of many clubs – the Soccer Club! They have had three very productive meetings thus far and will continue to meet as follows:
A new moon, a new week and soon to be a new month. October already! It has been a very quick start to our year. Check out Mrs. Haselton and Mrs. Argueta’s First Grade happenings [newsletter] to find out what will be going on this week in our first grade classrooms. Enjoy the week-