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The students had a great time celebrating Earth Day on Thursday! They participated in fun activities including Earth Day art where they made projects for Children and the Arts…

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  • NHSAS (3rd/4th grade only): May 4th – 6th
  • Kindergarten Assembly Presentation on May 7th at 11:30pm via Zoom

Happy April!!! The snow has melted, the sun is shining, and the students at HES have been hard at work. Kindergartners have been learning about number stories…

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  • PTO Meeting on April 21st at 6pm via Zoom
  • 3rd/4th Grade Assembly Presentation on April 23rd at 11:30pm via Zoom

Our Huskies have participated in some exciting learning adventures at HES over the past two weeks, from Read Across America and information writing about arctic animals, to Cornmeal Canyons and Rube Goldberg Machines…

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  • No School: Tuesday, March 9th
  • Report Cards Going Home: March 12th
  • All School Assembly: March 12th at 11:30am via Zoom
  • School Vacation: March 15th-26th

Your students have been busy over the last couple weeks. Kindergartners have been learning about teen numbers and shared their learning at our last assembly. First graders have been writing opinion paragraphs…

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  • Music with Mrs. Petrick starts next week!
  • Be sure to check out the ConVal’s blog  ConValNews.com
  • All School Assembly: Friday,

Upcoming Events

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April Monday
Specialist – PE/Wellness (4/26 – 5/28)
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May Tuesday
NHSAS for 3rd & 4th Grade (May 4th – May 14th)
07
May Friday
Assembly via Zoom – Kindergarten Presentation
11:30 am
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May Monday
Memorial Day – NO SCHOOL
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June Thursday
Last Day of School (half day)

Hancock Elementary School Mission

All students at Hancock Elementary School will demonstrate academic, social and emotionalgrowth so that they may succeed as individuals and positively contribute to their classroom, school, and local community.