Tuesday, April 28, 2020

A Request from HOPE PIE - Partners in Education

Hope PIE - Partners in Education 
~not your average PTO
Hope PIE

Please see below for the request from HOPE PIE - Partners in Education.  
Hope's version of PTO... However, PIE is NOT your average PTO.  

Dear Families....

Next week Monday, May 4th to Friday, May 8th is Teacher Appreciation Week.   

Now more than ever Hope Partners In Education (PIE) appreciates our 
teachers and all Hope School staff.  

PIE is asking for help from families to show our teachers and staff 
some love and appreciation by taking pictures or making videos 
from students to their teachers and Hope School staff 
showing their appreciation for all they do?  

These could be students reading a note or letter they've written to their teacher about their favorite thing at school, what they miss, or are looking forward to, 
or poster, a note with chalk on the sidewalk.... 

Completed items
 can be emailed to heather.howard@lposd.org or Hopepie255@gmail.com 
by Monday, May 4th. 


Hope PIE dedicates the "Appreciation" to all Hope School staff because all are partners 
in your child or children's education.   
Thank you.   HOPE PIE President, Heather Howard 

Wednesday, April 22, 2020

National Administrative Professional's DAY..... It's PAM's Day!

THANK YOU PAM!  
School Office Coordinator Extraordinaire! 

It's your day 
and we, at Hope School, wish you the best day ever!  We wish we were together to celebrate your day with you! 

Celebrating Together, Separately!  

That's the spirit Pam! 

Dr. Seuss Family Fun Night.... the loyal greeters!


These are just a few of things Pam hears each day!

Good Morning Pam!
Thank you, Pam.
Pam, can you help me with...."
Pam, the copier isn't working very well. 
Pam, there is a red light on the copying machine.
Pam, can I have a cheese stick? 
Pam, can I have a band-aid?
Pam, my band-aid fell off, can I have another one?
I don't know why I was sent to the office! 
Pam, I just need a break.  Can I rest? 
Pam, can I borrow some gloves?
Pam, can I borrow a coat?
Hey Pam, I need some gloves... not those, I want the other ones. Please Pam.
Pam,  I know you put this information was in the bulletin but can you give me the info again?
Pam, I lost my field trip form.  Can I get another one?
Pam, can I stay in the office, I don't want to go outside.
Pam, I forgot my lunch.  Can I call my mom? 
Pam, can you get a note to my kids? 
Pam....... Pam..... Pam.....
And, about a million other things too!

Of course we all say, PLEASE and THANK YOU. 


You're the Best, Pam!  

Tuesday, April 21, 2020

We Got This 5K Challenge 


The LPOSD elementary P.E. teachers are challenging students to plan their
own 5k race.All 7 elementary schools in the district are participating!
We are all in this unusual time together so here’s a chance to participate in
a community unifying event. Students that complete this challenge will
earn a race T-shirt. 
Mapping your own 5K course (3.1 miles) 
Monday, April 20th - Monday, May 4th


Step 1: Find a safe place to run or walk to complete the 5k. 
Safe, meaning two things: first we need to keep social distancing practices
in place, second, it needs to be safe from outside forces such as wildlife,
cars, or difficulty of terrain. If you have a treadmill, you can use that too.
Your parents must approve of your course.


Step 2: Map your course!  
Make a map of your own race course - it can be printed or hand drawn and
it needs a description of where it is located. If it is hand drawn, you can
submit a picture of it. There are several online apps that can be used,
“Mapmyrun” is a favorite. You can use whatever app, device, or running
watch you are comfortable with. If that is not available even using the car's
odometer will work. Remember, 5k equals 3.1 miles.   


Step 3: Email it to your P.E. teacher - jacob.peterson@lposd.org
If you do not have the internet, please return it at the next packet pickup. 
Students have until Monday, May 4th to submit their race course to
Mr Peterson.  


Run The Race 
Monday, May 4th - Monday May 18th


Step 1: Run or walk the race you have mapped out!


Step 2: Email your results (race time) along with your t-shirt size to
Mr. Peterson. Students have until Monday, May 18th to submit their
race results.


Wait for Your T-shirts.  
Tuesday, May 19th - Monday, June 1st


These are all tentative dates except when the challenge starts. We will do
our best to stick to them, but as you all know things can change and we
will need to adjust. If you map a course and run the race, submitting the
course and results on time, you will get a T-shirt. 


“We Got This” so get out and run!

LPOSD Elementary P.E. Crew

Monday, April 20, 2020

THANK YOU MR. MAC!

A GREAT BIG Thank You 
to Mr. McDonald, CFHS Teacher, 


for gathering fun stuff from local businesses to include in Hope School’s
“Learning at Home” packets.  


Thank You Mr. MAC !!!!

If you get the chance and want to send a picture of your kids playing with the items,
please do so via email to Mrs. Hatley. 
Please let me know if you are okay with me posting those pictures on the blog
and/or Hope Elementary Facebook page.  




Wednesday, April 15, 2020

Interested in Checking Out Library Books?

From our  Hope School Librarian, Mrs. Kiebert

Interested in checking out a couple of library books?  
Follow the instructions below.   

Directions for searching Hope Elementary Library’s catalog for available books: 
1. In google search, type “lposd destiny” 
2. Choose top choice “Library catalog digital media…” 
3. Click on Hope Elementary 
4. Top left click on catalog 
5. Plug in title, author or subject and click on box below 
6. On right side of screen it tells whether book is available or not 
7. If the books you would like are available, make a list and email it to: cindy.kiebert@lposd.org. 

If you do this within the next couple of days, Mrs. Kiebert will do her best to have them available for pick up with your learning packet on Monday, April 20th. 

Tuesday, April 14, 2020

Next Learning at Home Packet Pick Up: Monday, April 20th

Hey Hope School Families…

Our next Learning at Home Packet Pick-Up 
will be 

Monday, April 20th from 8:00 to 2:30pm. 

Please bring your last packets to turn in and any library books. 

We will also take your completed Silverwood Reading Logs. 

Friday, April 10, 2020

A Message from Hope School Staff...

Hey, Wildcats!  

Hey All you Fierce Wildcats, 
We miss you! 
Hope you're doing AMAZING things at home. 💚

It's FRIDAY! Hope School Pride Friday!

Friday School Spirit Challenge! 

Let's see some Hope Wildcat Pride! 
#SchoolSpiritChallenge 
 Love our school!!!
#HopePIE

Here are some spirited Wildcats! 



Send your Wildcat School Pride Picture to 
Mrs. Hatley's school email address to post here!  




Wednesday, April 8, 2020

Survey.... What's working for you?

Hello Wildcat Families...

If you have not already taken the survey published on Monday in Pam's Bulletin, could you please take a moment of your time and provide some feedback for us? 
Thank you very, very much, Mrs. Hatley

Here is the Survey Link

Thanking our Families!

Thank you, Thank you, 
Wildcat Families 
for picking up the Learning Packets! 

We had a fantastic turn out for curbside service.
BUT mostly thank you for being an amazing part of our Wildcat community! 



Together we will make it all work out.  
  Soon, we will have more information to share with you all and establish a new 'normal'.  

Enjoy the SUNSHINE! 

Find the MAGIC in the day! 

Be Safe and Be Well

Much LOVE to you all.  

Tuesday, April 7, 2020

These PHOTOS will bring good CHEER and JOY to you!!!

More pictures from Dr. Seuss Family Fun NIGHT!  
Thank you to Leslie Kiebert for the GREAT photos.
























What a great night!
So much fun and good cheer! 

Today's the DAY... Learning Packet Pick Up at Hope School

Today, April 7th from 8am to 2:30 pm 
Hope School 
Learning Packet Pick Up

Curbside Service.  Masked and Gloved Delivery to your car. 



Monday, April 6, 2020

Helping Others.... Pass it On! - Together and Separately

A little encouragement for today....
How can you help others?  What are your thoughts... how can you help others who are staying at home with you and then how can you help others from a distance? 

When I was a boy and I would see scary things in the news, my mother would say to me, ‘Look for the helpers. You will always find people who are helping.’ Fred Rogers

Knock, Knock! Who's there? Laughing Cat. Laughing Cat who?

 Laughing Wildcats - that's who!    Yep!  I should leave the jokes to the kids!  Read below for better jokes from our Wildcats!  What di...