Winter Break: No Class and District Offices Closed
There are no classes from Monday, Dec. 21, through Friday, Jan. 1; classes will resume on Monday, Jan. 4.
District offices will also be closed over Winter Break due to staff vacations and furlough days, and programs such as our pick-up meal service and Camp Hockinson will not be held during this time.
HHS Theatre Company presents “It’s a Wonderful Life”
Get your tickets! The HHS Theatre Company brings their holiday gift to you this Friday and Saturday only: a readers’ theatre performance of the holiday classic, “It’s a Wonderful Life.”
Reserve your tickets now
All viewers must hold a ticket, which are available at no charge or for a suggested donation of $5. Any proceeds raised will help pay for the costs of the production. To claim a ticket, please follow this link. Ticket holders will receive an email with instructions on how to view the performance.
HHS Boosters Winter Clothing Drive
Friday is the last day to donate items for the Portland Rescue Mission. Please drop off any new socks, winter blankets, and hats; and any new or gently used winter coats at HHS through tomorrow, Dec. 18.
Winter Break is almost here! Are you ready to reserve your next adventure?
Join the Hockinson Reading Challenge being hosted by our libraries. Read our post to find out how to reserve your student’s library books and download your Reading Challenge game board.
Winter Holiday Traditions from Around the World
This fall, students in Mrs. Teegardin’s second grade class have been studying Festivals of Light from around the world. These festivals include: Kwanzaa, Diwali, Hanukkah, Santa Lucia Day, Las Posadas, and Chinese New Year. Mrs. Teegardin’s class has been reading and writing about the festivals and working with Ms. Miles, Mrs. Ramirez, and Ms. Einerson to explore art and music associated with them. This week, Mrs. Teegardin’s class created rangoli art. Take a look at more of the students' amazing creations on the HHES Facebook page.
Last day of first semester: 1/29
Please be reminded that the end of the semester is only a few weeks away. The last day of the semester is January 29. If your student needs to catch up on assignments, be sure to reach out to their teacher this week to identify work that can be made up over Winter Break.
Stay Safe, Stay Healthy
With the new guidelines released by the DOH yesterday, it is critical that our community remain vigilant in adhering to public health protocols. Please help our community stay healthy this winter break: keep washing hands frequently, practicing social distancing, and wearing a mask when you leave your home. The more we adhere to these guidelines, the sooner we'll be able to reopen our schools.
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