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Normal Daily Schedule
9:20-2:10 on Fridays
Conference Weeks: M-F
9:20 - 1:05
October 23- 27
March 26 -30
Day Before Thanksgiving
9:20 - 1:05
Last Day of School
9:20 - 1:05
Office will be open until June 20th Hours are: 9:00-12:00 pm & 1:00-3:00 pm Office opens again on Tuesday, August 21st Registration packets can be picked up during office hours or from our website @www.lkstevens.wednet.edu/hillcrest Guardians need to deliver packets "in person" to the office. Please remember your child's birth certificate, immunization records, and proof of residency.
Through the Math in Real Life project, our students have discovered that our families use math in a variety of ways every day. But we want to discover more!! We are anxiously awaiting to see how many different ways our families use math. At this point the project is exclusively for 5th-grade families. We need your slides as examples for the younger grades so we can open it up to all grades soon.
Thank you Hillcrest PTA, families and friends. Our incredible PTA took on a massive project, spearheaded by Melissa Rohr, and LOOK at the final product! Each student and staff member has a personalized tile on the wall across from the library. It's heartwarming to watch the kids and they look for the tile they created, the tile of their teacher, and appreciate the artwork of their classmates.
This is available to households with children who receive free or reduced price school lunch.
Hillcrest Elementary's one and only Kara Evanger has her kids drumming their way to the future. Drumming provides many benefits critical for well being. Drumming is a stress reliever. Learning rhythm can increase academic performance in math as well as increase the ability to think logically. Playing drums requires coordination of all four limbs boosting brain power. Drumming also helps to develop confidence. Check out the attached video!
They built up stamina to run/walk a full 5K. The day of the event was cold and wet. There was much more accumulation of snow in the park than what the rest of Lake Stevens experienced. All bundled up, the girls charged forward and ran anyways proving that they were stronger than they knew! Thank you, Girls on the Run coaches!