We want to hear from YOU! All current parents- please take a moment to fill out this survey. It will serve as both as this year's reenrollment form and gives you the opportunity to tell us how we are doing. https://forms.gle/4ANuZaxLwu1iRAAq7
9 months ago, Annie Fowler
As we will not be in school here at HPS on Friday, we will collect reading logs from students tomorrow! Last week students read a total of 3,951 minutes! Could we double or even triple that number!!? We are so excited to find out! An announcement will be made with how many minutes were read this week on Monday.
9 months ago, Jeanine Medrano
Readers are Leaders - tomorrow students can dress for the job they want!
9 months ago, HPS
This is a friendly reminder to send in reading logs tomorrow! We are excited to record our first week's worth of reading! Students are allowed to record minutes beginning on March 1st. An announcement will be made with how many minutes were read this week on Monday.
9 months ago, Jeanine Medrano
In the month of March we are celebrating Reading. Today students are coming home with a flyer of information and a calendar. The calendar is suggestions of fun ways to incorporate reading at home. Make sure to check out Wednesdays because those are dress up days at school. The students are working towards a schoolwide goal of reading 35,000 minutes. Check out the flyer for all of the details. We are excited to embark on this mission!
9 months ago, HPS
Reading Calendar
Testimonial Tuesday- Comment below to tell us what has been the most challenging part of adjusting to school during COVID.
10 months ago, Annie Fowler
testimonial
Happy Birthday, Miss Stephanie! If you see Ms. Stephanie today, be sure to wish her a very happy birthday!! Thank you for all you do to keep our school clean!!!
10 months ago, Jeanine Medrano
stephanie
7th & 8th grade students! Live math instruction for the week will be on the following schedule: 7th grade join at 8:30. 8th grade join at 9:00. Remember to answer my daily emails. Thank you, Mrs. Kuenzer
10 months ago, Connie Kuenzer
On Wednesday, February 17th we are having a schoolwide reading day. Students may dress in pajamas and bring items to help them snuggle up with a good book. A flyer with all of the information was sent home yesterday. We are excited to celebrate Mrs. Fowler reaching her goal of reading 100 books in 100 days.
10 months ago, HPS
Reading Day
This is Mr. Fowler do to the closing of school for tomorrow our class valentines party will be postponed until the Friday after we return back to school. If you have any questions email me at chris.fowler@hillsdaleprep.org.
10 months ago, Chris Fowler
For the month of February we are challenging HPS families to complete 100 acts of kindness. If, together, we meet our goal of 100 acts of kindness by February 28th, the whole school will receive a special reward! To submit your act of kindness simply email Miss Melody a picture of you completing it. A flyer with all of information and examples is being sent home with each student today. We are excited to work together to spread kindness.
10 months ago, HPS
Kindness
Kindness
Do you want to send a sweet treat for Valentine's Day? You can purchase a Candy Gram for $1.00 to send to someone special. Parents can send them to students and students can send them to staff or friends. A flyer is coming home today with the information. If you want to purchase a Candy Gram please fill out the bottom of the flyer and return it with payment. Orders are due by February 10 and will be delivered on February 12. We are excited to spread some love for Valentine's Day.
10 months ago, HPS
Candy Grams
We would like to wish Mrs. Fowle a very Happy Birthday today! If you see her, be sure to wish her a very happy birthday!!
10 months ago, Jeanine Medrano
fowle
We would like to wish Mrs. Medrano a very Happy Birthday today! If you see her, be sure to wish her a very happy birthday!!
11 months ago, Jeanine Medrano
medrano
We would like to lighten up the mood during our first month of the new year! What better way than to continue the HPS tradition to have a spirit week! This year, your child will have the opportunity to dress up during the week of January 25-29. Students can pay $3 to dress up for the whole week (Due Monday, Jan 25) or $1 per day! There is no cost to dress up on Friday because that is a regularly scheduled casual day. We are looking forward to this fun school-wide event!
11 months ago, HPS
Spirit Week
We would like your feedback about parent involvement. Please take a moment to fill out the following survey: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdvTaB8O9erzl5vLaAmU82QSFExmmSWPSnUwfDs80RANad7YA/viewform?usp=sf_link
11 months ago, Annie Fowler
We would like to wish Miss Melody a very Happy Birthday today! If you see her, be sure to wish her a very happy birthday!!
11 months ago, Jeanine Medrano
henthorne
We would like to wish Miss Weaver a very Happy Birthday today! If you see her, be sure to wish her a very happy birthday!!
12 months ago, Jeanine Medrano
weaver
We would like to wish Miss Taylor a very Happy Birthday today! If you see her, be sure to wish her a very happy birthday!!
12 months ago, Jeanine Medrano
taylor
This is a friendly reminder that Angel Tree submissions must be submitted by tomorrow, Dec. 2nd. Information is below: Hillsdale Preparatory School is proud to be the family school. As a family, we want to do whatever we can to help each other out. One of the ways we like to help during the holiday season is by offering an Angel Tree. The Angels on the tree represent a child in need. The Angel Tree will be put up in the lobby of the school and families who would like to help out will take an Angel off the tree and sponsor that child. We know that due to COVID-19, many of our families are enduring hardships that may make celebrating the holidays more difficult than past years. If you or someone you know are in financial need this holiday season, please click the link below and fill out the form. All personal identifying information will remain completely confidential. https://forms.gle/FTMeMTW35Pk4RgsG8
12 months ago, Jeanine Medrano