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Show your school spirit in support of Red Ribbon Week!

"Your Future is Key, Stay Drug Free"

Tuesday - "Give Drugs the Boot!" - wear your boots: cowboy boots, rain boots, hiking boots, snow boots, etc.

Wednesday - "Don't Get Mixed Up in Drugs" - wear mis-matched clothes and socks

Thursday - "Drugs are Scary!" - wear your Halloween costume to school

Parents: Here is a tool kit from Utah PTA with some ideas on how to talk to your kids about drug prevention and also the importance of connections and family time.

Red Ribbon Week Tool Kit

        If students come to school on Friday, they will now be released at 1:17 pm.  As always, students can leave earlier if parents check them out from school.  Crossing Guards will be available on Fridays from 10:00 - 10:40 am and 1:15 - 1:55 pm.    You will find attached a poster you can print out with information about Friday's at Hayden Peak.

Hayden Peak Parent Teacher Association is committed to make every child's potential a reality by engaging and empowering families and communities to advocate for all children.

  • What does PTA do for YOUR child?
    Teacher Appreciation
    Birthday Prizes
    Field Day
    Red Ribbon Week
    Anti-Bully Week
    Safety Week
    Academic Prizes
    Family Week
    New this year will the Halloween and Valentine Party boxes for each class.

Join PTA today for only $6.00

Become a member today by signing up online at

All students who have a family member become a PTA member will get an ice cream cone coupon from Chik-fil-A.

There will also be a contest between classes.  Each class per grade with the highest number of members by November 15th will get a DONUT PARTY!

Dear Parents and Guardians,

Due to COVID-19 and attempts to decrease the possible spread of the virus, the Utah Department of Health has recommended that mass vision screenings be suspended for the health and safety concerns related to COVID-19 for the 2020-2021 school year. Parents are encouraged to take their child to their physician for a thorough eye screening. Students who are in special ed., getting a new special ed. evaluation, or a re-evaluation will be screened using appropriate distancing guidelines. Parents and teachers may contact their school nurse to request a vision screening on all other students that they may have a concern about.

Students will be given a green ribbon to tie on the fence during the week to help remind us all to be safe.  please have a discussion with your student about how to stay safe.  The following are a few important safety rules.

  • Cross streets at crosswalks and use traffic signals.
  • Look left, right, and left again before crossing the road.
  • Make eye contact with drivers before crossing in front of them.
  • Walk facing traffic as far to the left as possible when no sidewalk is available.
  • Do not play in the street or in parking lots.
  • Watch for cars that are turning or backing up.
  • Always ask an adult for permission when going somewhere.
  • It's always safe to have a buddy with you.
  • Never go anywhere with a stranger.
  • Use a seatbelt on every ride.

To support of Safety Week at Hayden Peak wear the following:

Monday - School Spirit Day:  Wear gray, navy blue, or your Hayden Peak Hawks shirt/sweatshirt

Tuesday - Wear your favorite Disney shirt or Mickey Ears

Wednesday - Sports Day:  Wear your favorite jersey

Thursday - Pajama Day

Students will only be in the school by appointment on Friday’s.  Most students will work from home this day. Teachers will notify parents on Monday’s if they would like to have a student come to school on Friday to work with them. Teachers will be working the rest of the day in PLC’s, professional development or preparing for the next week’s lessons.  

Grades 1st - 6th

Start 10:30 am until 1:25 pm


AM Class -  10:30 am until 11:55 am

PM Class -  11:55 am  until 1:25 pm

Teacher Office Hours on Friday

10:00 am - 10:30 pm   Teachers will be available by phone, email or zoom by appointment.

Safety on Friday’s

Crossing guards will be on duty at 10:30 am and 1:25 pm for those students walking to school for appointments with their teachers

For safety reasons, all students who come to school on Friday will need to remain at school until 1:25 pm, even if they don’t eat lunch, unless their parent/guardian picks them up. We will release them to walk home at 1:25 pm.