Friday, September 18, 2020

Week 2: Another Great Week with Hope Wildcats!

 School Pride Friday! 

    Get your Wildcat Green On.... 
wear school colors or your Wildcat shirts or sweatshirts.  

Other Important Information: 

Partners in Education (P.I.E.) is not your average PTO!  
Parents, grandparents and Hope Staff work together to make PIE a great team! 

Get involved with PIE... there are many different ways to be involved and we probably have something that can work for you!  PIE is in the nomination phase for a new president.  Click the link below, if you would like to nominate yourself or another parent for president of PIE. 

Please read the Friday Bulletin sent from Pam Hewitt at the end of each week.

Sunday, September 13, 2020

Successful First Week! Yahoo!!!

September 11, 2020 

Dear Hope Wildcat Families, 

On behalf of all our Hope School staff, I am very excited to say it’s been a great first week

of getting back to school under some very bizarre circumstances.   I am grateful for all

of your support in working with us to follow our LPOSD Covid Protocols for the “Yellow”

level of operation.  We are back in school and we want to stay in school!  

We are still adjusting to our new schedules and each day we get better and better.  

In the mornings please remember our school doors open at 7:50am and our whole

class instruction begins at 8:20am.   Our school day dismissal is at 1:00 pm.   While our

busses are loading at the playground end of the building, parents can pick up their

children at the front doors.  We have staff members ready to greet you and get your kids

out to you in quick fashion (again, each day we become more efficient).   

If you need to call the school to change your child pick up plans, the earlier in the day

you call us the better.   If possible, please make these phone calls prior to 12:30pm.  

It is difficult to answer last minute phone calls and get the changes to the appropriate

classrooms. In about a 10 minute time span we are getting 96 children to their designated

bus or car.  Please help us with this critically important transition.  We want ALL Hope

students to safely get where they need to go.  

Some things we think are fun…  It is our culture to teach and promote kindness, safety,

responsibility, respect and school pride.   Each Wednesday we celebrate kindness by

wearing pink or red to help everyone to recognize the importance of being kind.   Get

your Pink on for Kindness! Red is an option for anyone who doesn’t prefer pink.   Each

Friday (or last day of the week because sometimes Friday is a day off), we wear our school

colors - green and white, or Hope School shirts or sweatshirts.  School Pride Fridays are

fantastic days that bring students and staff together by showing our Wildcat Pride

and connectedness.  

As always, please feel free to contact our school, teachers, office staff or myself if you

have any questions or concerns.   We look forward to this school year being a fantastic

school year!  Thank you for the privilege and opportunity to work with you and your children.  


Sherri Hatley, Principal Hope School 

Hope School Staff 


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