National School Breakfast Day
Wednesday, March 6th
Served from 7:30 a.m.–8:15 a.m.
Students eat FREE
Choice #1 - Dutch Waffles with tater tots and Sausage Patty, choice of Fruit, choice of Milk or Juice.
Choice #2 - Cereal & Toast, choice of Fruit, choice of Milk or Juice
Please use the form below or the copy sent home with your student and
RSVP by Tuesday, March 5th.
Check out KSL.com for the story about our own Mrs. Smith!
No school on February 18th in observance of President's Day.
All schools are back in session on a normal schedule today.
Jordan School District’s make-up day for the snow day will be announced next week.
The make-up day will not be Presidents Day.
All Jordan School District Schools are CLOSED today.
Due to extreme weather and road conditions, all Jordan School District schools are CLOSED today, Wednesday, Feb. 6.
Announcement taken from jordandistrict.org
Dear Parents and Guardians,
Beginning February 4, 2019, and continuing through March 15, 2019, our school will be administering school climate surveys. All parents/guardians and students second grade and higher are being invited to participate.
The purpose of this survey is to gather input about school climate and the effectiveness of the teachers and administrators at our school. Responses are anonymous and no personal information will be collected. Reports will be made available for teachers and administrators to use in their school improvement efforts. The survey is short, taking less than 10 minutes to complete.
During the survey window, there will be computers available at our school’s parent teacher conferences coming up on March 6th and 7th if you would like to complete the survey at that time. The survey will be available in both English and Spanish.
Students will take surveys during school time. The first page of the survey allows the respondent to opt out of the survey by clicking “I do not wish to take the survey.” If you do not want your child to take the survey, your child may opt out at the time of administration.
Thank you in advance for your participation.
Click on the following link to print a copy of this letter
Hayden Peak Day of Caring! Save the Date!
We are so fortunate to have the best community and support! Over the last couple of years, we have had the opportunity to participate in Comcast Cares Day and your support has been overwhelming. This year, we will be hosting the Hayden Peak Day of Caring! Ivory Homes has generously donated trees for us to plant. In addition, we will do some weeding and clean up in and around the school. Please mark your calendar for Saturday, May 18, 2019 and plan to volunteer! We look forward to another wonderful day of volunteering, music, and fun!
Valentine's Day is Thursday, February 14, 2019. While it is often thought of as a holiday for couples, it is also a wonderful day to let those you care about know how you feel! Here are a few Valentine Family Date ideas:
Take a city tour
Do a rose drop for widows
A dollar store blitz
Dinner and a movie
Go to the zoo
Take cookies to neighbors
SPOTLIGHT! Girls Who Code Club
Hayden Peak Elementary offers many opportunities for our students to expand and share their talents in after school programs. Over the next few months, we will spotlight each of the programs and how your child can participate. This month we are spotlighting the GIRLS WHO CODE CLUB!
This is a brand new after school program for 4th, 5th grade girls. What is coding? It means to construct a set of instructions to implement an algorithm in order to solve a problem. Those instructions then allow a program to run, whether it is on a computer, tablet, or phone.
The club goes from Tuesday, January 15-March 19, 2019. Girls in the 4th and 5th grade will have fun learning this valuable skill.
Dave Butler, Principal
Theresa Christensen, Assistant Principal
Click on this link to print a copy of the February Hawkeye News
Principal Newsletter Feb 2019