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Published by geriswann, 2019-10-01 09:15:29

October 2019 HHA Parent News Magazine

HAMPSTEAD HILL ACADEMY

PARENT NEWS MAGAZINE

OCTOBER, 2019

Ryan Douglas Christian Mosier
2018 Highest Bee Fit Fundraiser 2018 Highest Bee Fit Fundraiser

Elementary School Middle School

BEE FIT IS HERE!
WHO WILL BE THE 2019

SUPER FUNDRAISERS?


Welcome to Hampstead Hill Academy!

Note from Principal Hornbeck

This is the year Kirwan has to pass! Maryland ranks number one in the nation in median household
income but we are 31st among states in the percent of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) spent on
education. A recent poll by Goucher College found that 76% of Marylanders would personally pay more
in taxes to improve public education. Good schools improve the lives of families, keep families in the
City, increase the earning power of skilled graduates and increase your property values. We need you
to put pressure on your elected state officials to fully fund the Kirwan Commission recommendations.
According to our partners at Strong Schools Maryland (https://www.strongschoolsmaryland.org),
“more than half of all Maryland schools, (822 out of 1,412) are now considered to be schools meeting
the standard of concentrated poverty. [Maryland] schools are tasked with off-setting the negative
impacts of poverty without the resources to provide high quality, research-based solutions.” The 2020
legislative session in Annapolis is finished in 180 days. Again, Kirwan must pass this session. You can
Principal Matt Hornbeck make a difference. Call your legislator, visit your legislator, write an opinion to submit to the Baltimore
Sun, and get at least two other people to join you at rallies this year for public education in Annapolis.
Go to the Strong Schools Maryland website to learn more about the Kirwan recommendations and why universal pre-kindergarten,
high-quality vocational training and coding/programming certificates, more funding for higher-need neighborhoods, pay that will
attract the very best teachers, and much more is going to make Maryland competitive again. Join Principal Hornbeck on HHA’s Team
of Ten working on this once-in-a-generation issue.

Hampstead Hill Academy Vision Statement
500 South Linwood Avenue
Baltimore, Maryland 21224 Hampstead Hill seeks to be a safe, nurturing, diverse,
family-friendly neighborhood school with rigorous,
410.396.9146 tel. 410.396.3637 fax www.hha47.org effective academic programs and exciting, engaging
extracurricular activities. We believe all parents
Matt Hornbeck, Principal [email protected] want the same thing for their children: more and
John Paz, Assistant Principal [email protected] better opportunities for college and career. We
Cassandra Bailey, Assistant Principal [email protected] believe in the importance of the arts, and we want
our students to be great communicators, listeners
Hampstead Hill Academy is operated by the Baltimore and writers. Our students will be forward thinkers,
Curriculum Project, a local nonprofit organization celebrating persistent, responsible, caring, dependable and
more than a decade of service and student learning in healthy members of the greater community.
Baltimore.
Mission Statement
Laura Doherty, President
[email protected] Hampstead Hill Academy is a neighborhood public
John McGill, Director of Academic Affairs charter school that exists to educate children living
[email protected] in both our attendance area and throughout
www.baltimorecp.org Baltimore City. Our talented staff uses research-
based curriculum to develop and implement rigorous
HHA Parent News Magazine is published monthly for the lesson plans that continuously raise the academic
families and community of Hampstead Hill Academy bar for our students. Our whole school community is
dedicated to working together to challenge our
Editor Publisher students to succeed in a fair, consistent, just and
Geraldine Swann Matt Hornbeck joyful learning environment.
Director of Community Outreach Principal

Magazine contributors:
HHA staff

Club coordinators
Community Organizations

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IMPORTANT DATES THIS MONTH

 10/2, Parent Cinema Day 8 am What’s Inside…
 10/2, Outward Bound Student/Parent Meeting 2 pm
 10/3, PTO Tutti Gusti Night 3 pm Top News Stories page 3
 10/4, PTO Movie Night 5:30 pm
 10/5, Lantern Making Workshop 10 am  Current HHA information along with
 10/7-23, Vision to Learn upcoming events
 10/7-11, 6th grade Northbay Trip
 10/7-11, 7th grade Outward Bound Trip News from the Teams page 6
 10/9. Hispanic Heritage Celebration 8 am
 10/10, Quarter 1 Progress Reports Sent Home  What your child is doing in class along
 10/12, Alumni Homecoming 10 am with resource, enrichment and ESOL
 10/14, PTO Meeting 6 pm information
 10/15, Mandatory Meeting for the Spring Musical
 10/16, Bee Fit – All Day Event Club/Activities News page 11
 10/16, School Family Council Meeting 3 pm
 10/16, Middle School Dance 4:30 pm  Updates and announcements for the
 10/17 and 10/18, School Closed many clubs offered at HHA
 10/18, PTO Happy Hour 6 pm
 10/19, PTO Marathon Cheer 9:30 am Family Information page 12
 10/21 and 10/23, After School Snack Sale
 10/22, Conexiones Latinas 8 am  Issues important to our parents on a
 10/23, PTO Bee Fit Rain Date variety of subjects
 10/23, Chat With Matt 8:30 am
 10/25, Talent Show 3:30 pm and 6 pm PTO News page 16
 10/26, Creative Alliance Halloween Parade
 10/28, Padres Unidos/Parents 8 am  News from the Parent/Teacher
 10/30, Day of the Dead Pot Luck Organization at HHA

Let Us Know What You are
Thinking page 17

 Use this form for any question,
comment, concern or suggestion you
may have

A COMPLETE CALENDAR OF ALL ACTIVITIES FOR THE MONTH MAY BE FOUND
ON THE LAST PAGE OF THE NEWS MAGAZINE.

The PTO needs volunteers to help with marketing, incentive gifts,
day of coordination, communicating with teachers, sponsorship
donations, and any other ideas you have for making this a
successful event! The goal this year is $32,000 to be raised for
field trips, after school clubs, sports, classroom supplies, school
dances, educational programs and more at HHA. We are
looking for parents and middle school volunteers (service hours
awarded) to join the Bee Fit Planning Committee! In partnership
with the Leaders Go Places (LGP) middle school program, 6-8
grade students have exciting incentives this year to raise an
average of $40 per student for BEE FIT including water bottles
and pizza parties! A special uniform-free day will be part of the
school wide fundraising incentives as well. Volunteers needed -
please email Alison Bucklin at [email protected]

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TOP NEWS STORIES

BUILD CORE TEAM – LET’S ORGANIZE HHA’S POWER!

Hampstead Hill Academy (HHA) inspires and creates leaders in all generations of this community. As a member
institution of BUILD (Baltimoreans United in Leadership Development), Hampstead Hill Leaders including parents,
staff, administrators and students take action and get results. We have worked on getting out the vote,
understanding safety in our community, funding our schools and more. We recently created a Core Team of leaders
to listen, identify, engage, and activate all of the leaders in our school community around the issues that matter to
all of us. The Core Team attends School Family Council (SFC) meetings and is trained in the BUILD ideals of relational
power and community organizing. If you are interested in joining the team please speak with Jill Vasbinder
Morrison, HHA parent and BUILD Leader ([email protected]). Current Core Team members are Alejandra
Flores, Felicia German, Cassandra LaBella, Liz Kaplan, Lucy Mendez, Christina Luthers, Meagan VW, Matt Hornbeck,
and Jill Vasbinder). Learn more about BUILD here: http://www.buildiaf.org.

NWEA MEASURES OF ACADEMIC PROGRESS (MAP) TESTS

What value does school add? How much does each student learn over the course of a year? In the fall and in the spring, all students in grades 1 – 8
will take tests called Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) in reading and math. MAP testing helps to determine your child’s instructional level
and measures their academic growth over the course of the school year. MAP is nationally normed with millions of students across the U.S.
Students will take this untimed test on a laptop or iPad in their classroom. MAP tests are unique in that they adapt to your child’s level of
performance. This significantly reduces anxiety and helps make the test a more positive experience. In addition, the tests take less class time while
providing the teacher with detailed information about each child’s performance and growth.

SAFETY FIRST PROGRESS REPORTS WILL BE
SENT HOME THURSDAY,
HHA students and staff practice a number of safety drills every year, OCTOBER 10TH
including fire drills, evacuation drills, lockdown drills and severe
weather drills. While it is very unlikely that our school will ever face HHA sends home report cards each quarter, which is every 45 school
the real-life need for these drills, we take this practice seriously. We days. In addition to four report cards, there are four interim or
have already had a fire drill and a lockdown drill this year. Students progress reports for K-8 students sent home about halfway through
and staff did an excellent job. Fire drills are straightforward and each quarter. So, there are a total of eight reports coming home to
more familiar to parents. The alarm is triggered and students exit parents this year – four progress reports and four report cards. This
the building with teachers to stand in line on the sidewalk until the is one of the key ways our school communicates with you regarding
all clear is given to re-enter the building. Lockdown drills require all your child’s academic performance. Teacher comments are
doors to be locked and students to quietly sit or stand around the included, and, if needed, a parent/teacher conference will be
classroom away from the door. We practice additional components requested. You may request a conference as well. Please look
of a new City Schools protocol called A.L.I.C.E., which is an active carefully at each subject area to see if a teacher conference is
approach to keeping everyone safe. Severe weather drills require requested. Remember to celebrate the hard, smart work of your
students to move towards the center of the building, sit in rows in child! Your time is one of the most valuable rewards you have to
the hallways and cover their heads with their hands. During the offer your child. Choose something fun (without a screen!) for both
evacuation drill all students and staff move in an orderly fashion of you such as: sports, cooking, playing a board game, bowling,
across Eastern Avenue to line up by the Pulaski monument. Drills reading, singing or just taking a walk together.
usually take between 5-8 minutes and staff work to minimize anxiety
or worry while making sure to practice keeping students safe. PLEASE JOIN US FOR CHAT WITH MATT
Please see Mr. Hornbeck with questions, feedback and concerns.
WHEN: Wednesday, October 23rd at 8:30 am
TEST RESULTS WHERE: HHA Library

As test results start to roll in from the last school year, we know that
the PARCC test, based on the Common Core Standards, sets a high
bar. As a reminder, there are about 120 school days left before 3-8
grade students sit for the new MCAP test (PARCC replacement) in
reading and math. HHA students did very well on the PARCC test,
handily beating the City and State averages in all grades in reading
and math.

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EXCELLENCE IN GIFTED AND OCTOBER IS COLLEGE
TALENTED EDUCATION AWARENESS MONTH

HHA is proud to conduct universal screening for giftedness in October is college awareness month. College is important in order
kindergarten and for all students new to HHA in other grades using a to get a good paying job, and a college degree is more likely to lead
less culturally and linguistically-biased measure called the Naglieri to fulfilling leadership positions that can contribute to the common
Nonverbal Ability Test (NNAT-3). For more information, check out good. All of HHA’s teachers have a college degree and the vast
http://images.pearsonassessments.com/images/assets/nnat3/LRNA majority has at least one Master’s degree. Principal Hornbeck
S13714_FAQsforNNAT3Page_print_no-crops.pdf. graduated from Baltimore City College in 1985, Bowdoin College in
1989, and the University of Maryland School of Law in 1996. Learn
more about how to apply, be accepted and pay for college at
www.collegeboundfoundation.org/.

FEATURED COLLEGE GRADUATE DELEGATE ADRIENNE JONES

Delegate Adrienne Jones took over as Acting Speaker of the Maryland House of Delegates on
April 7, 2019, following the death of then-Speaker Michael Busch. On May 1st, the House of
Delegates unanimously elected Delegate Jones as Speaker of the House by a vote of 139-0, after
Delegates Maggie McIntosh (D-Baltimore City) and Dereck Davis (D-Prince George's County)
bowed out of the Speaker's race in favor of Jones. Jones is both the first female and first African-
American speaker in Maryland state history. Adrienne Jones' professional experience includes
working as Executive Director of the Office of Fair Practices and Community Affairs in Baltimore
County, Director of the Office of Minority Affairs in Baltimore County, and a part-time columnist
for The Baltimore Times. She served as Deputy Director of the Baltimore County Office of Human
Resources until her retirement from service in Baltimore County Government on June 30, 2014.
Jones attended Baltimore County Public Schools and earned her B.A. in psychology from the
University of Maryland-Baltimore County in 1976. She attended The National Security Seminar,
U.S. Army War College in 2007 and received an Honorary Doctor of Law Degree from Goucher
College in Towson, Maryland. In 2007, Jones was named for the third time one of the "Top 100
Women in Maryland" by the Daily Record, and inducted into the Circle of Excellence for Sustained
Achievement. She received both the Harriett Ross Tubman Lifetime Achievement Award and the
Living Women History Maker's Community Award in March 2010.

BREAKFAST AND LUNCH MENUS Delegate Adrienne Jones

Please know that the breakfast and lunch menus are subject to change without notice. However,
changes are rare. In general, you can rely on the menu. The monthly menu template has been
updated to reflect that HHA has a salad bar, only serves chocolate or strawberry milk once a
month rather than every day, and serves a deli sandwich or sun butter sandwich rather than
peanut butter and jelly. Reasons for these long-standing practices at HHA include healthy eating
and nut allergies. There is a balanced meal served every day that includes a whole fruit. Thanks to
Cafeteria Manager Gwen Moore and her terrific staff for all they do each day. Our little cafeteria
serves more than 100,000 meals each school year!

JOIN US WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2ND
FOR NATIONAL WALK TO SCHOOL DAY

National Walk to School Day is Wednesday, October 2, 2019! Walking to school promotes
student health, builds community, and has been linked to improved student performance.
In addition, it removes cars from the morning commute, reduces congestion, and benefits
the environment. Learn more at http://www.walkbiketoschool.org.

PARENTS ARE INVITED TO JOIN US FOR THE SCHOOL FAMILY COUNCIL MEETING
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16TH AT 3 PM IN THE SCHOOL LIBRARY

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OUTWARD BOUND TRIP TAKES HHA MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS
HIKING AND CANOEING

HHA 7th grade students will participate next week (October 7th) in a life-shaping, week-long Outward Bound trip camping and hiking along the
Appalachian Trail and canoeing in the Potomac River. Special thanks to faculty leader Melissa Riorda! We expect the Outward Bound motto, “To
Serve, To Strive, and Not to Yield” will mean a great deal to the students who are on these trips this fall. See more at
https://outwardboundbaltimore.org/course-finder/ .

HHA 6TH GRADE STUDENTS HEAD TO NORTHBAY ADVENTURE CAMP

HHA 6th grade students will attend NorthBay Adventure Camp beginning Monday, October 7th. Special
thanks to faculty chaperones Kelli Poole, Katya Kleine and Jason Farber. This program is designed as a 5 day
4 night residential outdoor education program where students learn language arts, math, science and social
studies while they conduct authentic investigations of environmental issues. The NorthBay program uses
authentic environmental issue investigation to teach common core language arts and math, and next
generation science. Guiding questions are:

1. How do your actions affect your future?
2. How do your actions affect your community?
3. How do your actions affect the environment?

Each day has a science skill and character/environmental theme that help to guide students to answer these
questions. There are classes in the morning and rock climbing and activities like a giant swing in the afternoon. After dinner, campers partake in
one of NorthBay’s most unique environmental and character education components – NorthBay Live! NorthBay Live incorporates live
performances and cutting edge media to deliver a message that stresses that there is power and responsibility in our individual choices. See more
at http://northbayadventure.org/education/residential/.

SHOW PREVIEW FOR SCHOOL MANDATORY PARENT/STUDENT MEETING FOR

MUSICAL THE SPRING MUSICAL

Are you excited about the school musical? Are you anxious to know For any student interested in being a part of the school
what it is? Would you like to learn more about how to audition and musical, there will be a mandatory parent and student
what is expected? Then join the Drama Club advisors for the Show meeting on Tuesday, October 15th at 5:30 pm. Parents will
Preview on Tuesday, October 15th at 3pm in room 150. meet in the library, and students will meet in Room 150.
During this meeting, parents and students will receive
COMMUNITY ARTS NIGHT IS information on the guidelines/expectations, the audition
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7TH process and the rehearsal schedule. If you have any

questions, please contact Mrs.Kaminaris at
[email protected]

The first Community Arts Night of the school year will take place

Thursday, November 7th from 5:30-7 pm. There will be a student art

show as well as student musicians performing. A healthy harvest feast will be prepared by members of the garden club. If you RSVP, the donation

is $4 per person. Without an RSVP, the donation is $5. Please email Ariel Demas at [email protected] to RSVP or to volunteer. Don't miss

out on this wonderful celebration!

WELCOME MS. JACKSON

Ms. Jackson is a school counselor Sign up to receive your HHA News
intern working with Mrs. Seymour Magazine by email. Sign up at
during the fall semester. She is www.hha47.org and hit the
currently pursuing a master’s in school “Join Our Email List” tab.
counseling from Loyola University
Maryland. She is originally from Los
Angeles, California but has called
Baltimore her home for over two
years. In her free time, she likes to
spend time with friends, lounge with
her cat, and explore surrounding
cities. She is excited to be working
with students at HHA this fall.

Ms. Jackson

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NEWS FROM THE TEAMS

PREK

Ms. Klenk and Ms. Kaminaris: Students are doing a fantastic job adjusting to
school, learning rules and are having fun learning! Soon they will start a
language program, and learn how to apply concepts and use full sentences
when speaking. They will use their 5 senses to observe the changing season,
and share what makes our families and friends special. This month's family
project will be a fall walk with your child to observe things you see, hear,
smell, taste and touch. As a reminder, please check your child's folder daily
for notices about upcoming events such as the first Audubon trip to
Patterson Park. Also, make sure your child has a change of clothes for the
cubby and practice with your child putting on and zipping their jacket.

KINDERGARTEN

Ms. Maciel, Ms. Wallis and Ms. LaBella: In reading, students are learning

how to blend sounds together in order to read words and short phrases.

Remember to read with your child at least once a day to help expand their PreK students learn teamwork playing the

vocabulary, as well as encourage literacy comprehension. In math, they are parachute game
practicing same and different, ordering numbers and counting and writing

numbers to 20. Please continue to practice writing numbers at home for additional support. As always, we appreciate the efforts of our parents.

On Wednesday, October 2nd, students will walk to Patterson Park for their first Audubon lesson, and take their first field trip to Robinson Nature

Center scheduled for Friday, October 25th. Permission slips and money are due by October 17th.

GRADE 1

Ms. Bierley, Ms. Clary and Ms. Douglas: Students enjoyed their visit to Patterson Park for their first
Audubon lesson on Friday, September 27th. They learned about adaptations and insects by catching and
observing them close up. They enjoyed every minute of it! Students are fully engaged in the Fables unit
of core knowledge. They are busy participating in the activities related to those fables. Envelopes and
forms for Bee Fit were recently sent home. Please help support our school and help 1st grade to raise as
much money as possible. Progress reports will be sent home Thursday, October 10th. Please review the
report and contact your child’s teachers if you have any concerns. A kindergarten fall field trip will take
place Friday, November 1st. The students will be going to visit Green Meadows Petting Farm.
Information and permission slips will be sent home shortly. As a reminder, please check your child’s
folder and agenda each night for important information.

GRADE 2

Ms. Bonner, Ms. Weber and Ms. Smith: In core knowledge, students are reading fairy tales and folktales,
and are looking forward to learning about The World Wide Web when they visit Patterson Park on
October 29th for their first Audubon lesson. For this trip, students must wear uniform shirts but may
wear any suitable bottoms. Please check the weather to ensure that your child is dressed appropriately.
Volunteers are invited to join their child’s class in the park. Envelopes and forms for Bee Fit were recently
sent home. Please help support our school and help 2nd grade to raise as much money as possible!
Second grades first field trip is scheduled for Tuesday, November 19th. Students will see Stone Soup at
Goucher College. Permission slips and more information will be sent home shortly. As a reminder,
progress reports will be sent home on Thursday, October 10th. Please review the report and contact your
child’s teacher if you have any concerns. Please continue to check your child’s folder every night for
important information.

EVERY HHA STUDENT HAS AN AGENDA/FOLDER FILLED
WITH INFORMATION ON A VARIETY OF SUBJECTS.
PLEASE CHECK YOUR CHILD’S AGENDA DAILY.

2nd grade students explore the
wonders of the school garden

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GRADE 3

Reading – Ms. Kaplan: Students are practicing reading fluency and comprehension. Some students are reading stories about a flock of geese
migrating to Florida, while others are reading about Waldo's pet training adventures. There is reading homework every night, so please look for it
in your child's folder. Please reach out to Ms. Kaplan at [email protected] with any questions or concerns.

Language/Social Studies - Ms. Sparwasser: Students will continue to work on parts of sentences, pronouns and run-on sentences with the goal of
writing a well-structured paragraph. These skills will be reinforced in weekly homework assignments. In social studies, students are practicing map
skills and geography.

Math - Ms. Knudsen: Students have excelled in the place value unit. They worked to break apart and name numbers in standard, expanded and
written form. They will continue to work with multiplication and division word problems with one and two steps.

GRADE 4

Reading – Ms. Schultz: Some students are reading The Wizard of Oz, and some students are reading nonfiction texts about animal sciences. All
students are reading a rigorous text each day and answering comprehension questions as well as responding to text in writing. For at least 10
minutes per night, your child should read the text
from class or read a book of their choice in addition
to completing a lesson extension worksheet. If there
is anything Ms. Schultz can do to better support your
child, please reach out to her by phone or email
at [email protected]

Language/Social Studies - Ms. Costello: Students are
beginning to learn important parts of speech and
using this knowledge to write correct sentences. In
social studies, they have learned different map skills
and created their own map implementing the 5 key
elements of a map. They have also learned to locate
and label the world's continents and oceans.

Math – Mr. Pratta: Students will begin work on the 4th grade students practice math facts intently on a daily basis
Four Operations of Whole Numbers unit. They will
work on adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing
numbers up to the hundreds place.

GRADE 5

Reading – Ms. Pelligrini: Students continue to explore a variety of text types. Some classes are examining structure and language within personal
narratives, while others are reading The Odyssey. Students will continue to develop vocabulary, monitor comprehension and increase reading
fluency. In addition, they will work on writing in response to reading.

Language/Science – Ms. Ruppenthal: Students will construct parallel sentences that use the words only and also. They will learn how to use a
diagram to write sentences that express disagreement or agreement. They will also continue to use prefixes and suffixes to change the meanings
of words. These lessons build upon those mastered throughout the month of September. In science, students will continue to learn about living
systems. They will investigate organisms, like red worms, that consume and recycle dead organisms and organic waste. After the conclusion of
Investigation One, students will discover the many characteristics of nutrient systems. This will include the study of how plants and animals obtain
their nutrients. They will also analyze the process of digestion and how it is used by animals to break down complex food items.

Math – Ms. O’Connor: Students are doing work in Module 1 of Eureka Math, Place Value and Decimal Fractions. In this module, they are focusing
on patterns in place value, rounding, writing numbers in their various forms, adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing decimals. Gaining a
thorough understanding of the place value system will help students as they move into more difficult content. Following Module 1, they will begin
to work on multi-digit whole numbers and decimal fraction operations.

GRADE 6

Humanities – Mr. Farber: Students have been reading The Outsiders and have begun the Springboard curriculum. They are progressing toward
their first embedded assessment for the quarter, which is a personal narrative that each student will write. Students will complete the current
stories when they return from North Bay (October 7-11). They are also preparing to choose their National History Day groups and research topics.
Parents please check in and ask students what they are hoping to learn from their project. They will work on the chosen topic for most of the
school year. There are two upcoming deadlines. Students will need to choose their groups by October 4th and write a rough draft of three research
topic proposals by October 18th.

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Math – Ms. Kleine: Students will continue to work in the Number Concepts Unit. They will explore prime numbers, factors and exponents and
build fluency skills in operations with rational numbers, as well as our conceptual understanding. They will also learn to find the greatest common
factors and least common multiples to use for solving real-world problems.

Science – Ms. Poole: Students have begun their first unit called, Can I Believe My Eyes? Throughout this physics unit, students will explore the
interactions of light and matter, as well as the functions of the eye. They will use this information to explain how we see objects and color. As part
of this unit, students have created 2D and 3D models, used a light sensor to measure light, and explored how the eye works. Moving forward, they
will experiment with light in order to determine how light interacts with matter, as well as how light provides color to the world.

Sixth grade students will take a trip to North Bay from October 7 - 11. North Bay is an outdoor education camp with an emphasis on character.
Students will spend the day in outdoor classrooms doing fun activities and nights in furnished and temperature controlled cabins. Parents
interested in chaperoning, should contact Mr. Farber at [email protected]

GRADE 7

Language Arts – Ms. Locke-Jones: Students are learning about how historical events impact relationships and society. They are also studying the
geography of the United States of America. They are excited to put their geography skills to the test as they hike the Appalachian Trail during
Outward Bound.

Math – Mr. White: Students will work on multiplying and dividing rational numbers with positives and negatives. They will also convert rational
numbers and learn about terminating and repeating decimals.

Science – Ms. Petruzzelli: Students will begin chemistry with, "How is new stuff made from old stuff?" They will begin to experiment and
investigate different properties of the materials. During the week of October 7-11, most students will participate in Outward Bound, an overnight
camping, hiking and canoeing experience.

GRADE 8

Language Arts – Ms. Kosmer: Students have finished studying World War II and will begin to read the Diary of Anne Frank. They will create a
scrapbook over the next month by completing different activities that align with the novel. Other students continue to work on their interview
narrative assignment. They will choose one person who has had a coming of age experience and conduct an interview. When the interview is
complete, they will write a narrative about that person. All students will begin their National History Day project by researching different topics
and then choosing their partners.

Pre-Algebra/Algebra 1 – Ms. Luthers: Students are currently working on setting up and solving different types of equations. In the next two
weeks, they will work on solving inequalities and absolute value equations. The first unit test is scheduled for Monday, October 14th. In Pre-
Algebra, students are currently working with rational and irrational numbers and different ways to represent these numbers. Over the next two
weeks, they will start with powers, roots and scientific notation. The first unit test is scheduled for Monday, October 14th.

Science – Mr. Lohrman: Students will learn about the characteristics of organisms. They will learn about how traits are passed from parents to
offspring and how those traits can vary from organism to organism.

LEADERS GO PLACES

Leaders Go Places (LGP) continues for the 6th year at Hampstead Hill Academy.
The program is stronger than ever. The table included here shows the levels
of Scholarship, Citizenship and Leadership that students need to achieve in
order to qualify for LGP status. That status carries lots of tangible rewards, like
t-shirts, field trips, certificates and pins. More importantly, that status proves
a student’s contribution to our school and community, something that should
make us all proud. Each Friday, the entire middle school meets in the gym for a
community circle. Often, the circle ends with videos to celebrate the students’
accomplishments. If you are interested, you can see the video from our first
full week at https://www.wevideo.com/view/1457851102.

The LGP Student Committee met to make some very important decisions.
Students on the committee went through a very formal application process, which included written applications and interviews. During our first
meeting this year, the students analyzed last year’s budget to determine the best way to allocate the funds this year. Students voted on the t-shirt
design and the 1st quarter field trip. Based on their vote, we will continue our tradition of taking every student who reaches level to Hershey Park
in the Dark on Friday, November 1st. Other important dates include the first middle school dance on Wednesday, October 16th and the final first
quarter deadline of Monday, October 28th.

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MIDDLE SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS CREW

Lucie Purkey and Angel Brown are the announcements crew for the first part of the school year. You can hear their voices each morning direct
from the main office as they bring you the Pledge of Allegiance, attendance data, current weather conditions, and announcements regarding
everything happening at HHA. Thanks to both students for brightening our mornings!

PLEASE KEEP YOUR CONTACT INFORMATION (ADDRESS
AND TELEPHONE) UPDATED IN THE MAIN OFFICE.

RESOURCES

ART

Ms. Butcher: Grade 1 students learned about the artist Joaquin Garcia, and created a watercolor busy city scape painting made up of multiple
types of lines. Grade 3 students learned about the artist Claude Monet and how different types of lines can create an expressive mood. Students
created calming landscapes with acrylic paint. Grade 5 students learned about the artist Augustin Edouart and looked at his famous silhouette
paintings. They then created a silhouette of themselves made up of identification words.

Students’ art work will be on display at the Fall
Community Arts night

MUSIC LESSONS FOOD FOR LIFE

Mr. Garner: Students will continue to build upon prior skills. Ms. Demas: Students in PreK and K have been learning about table
Beginner orchestra students will read and pluck notes on the D and manners, taste buds and proper hand washing. Grade 2 students
A string. Beginner band students will continue to read notes and to are learning about vitamins A, B, C, D and E and which parts of the
play short songs on their respective instruments. Advanced body need vitamins and food sources for each vitamin. Grade 4
musicians will continue to learn music that is challenging to their students are making spice mixtures from around the world to flavor
current skill level. Advanced students will also begin preparation for popcorn, and grade 6-8 students will focus on spices. They will be
the first Community Arts Night on Thursday, November 7th. able to identify 10 different spices by sight, aroma and taste. They
will work in groups and prepare classic spice mixes from around the
DRAMA world, for example curry powder and garam masala from India,
Dukkah from Egypt and Jerk seasoning from Jamaica.
Ms. Durkin: PreK and kindergarten students are continuing
dramatic play and learning about personal space by building PHYSICAL EDUCATION
imaginary "actor boxes". Grade 1-8 students will participate in a
variety of developmentally-appropriate activities to build ensemble Mr. Edwards: HHA's younger students continue to work on gross
with their classmates. They will develop basic stage presence and motor skills including different types of locomotor movement and
storytelling skills (show-and-tell has been really cool!), and practice personal spacing. Elementary students will hone these movement
conflict resolution skills through role-play. skills and refine their throwing, kicking, catching and running
motions, and middle school students will explore team sports,
develop long term fitness goals and begin a fitness journal that they
will use throughout the year.

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NATURE EXPLORATION

Ms. Riorda: All the students have been exploring in the garden and in Patterson
Park. The elementary students made observations in the school garden using five
of their senses. They have had the opportunity to look, smell, touch and taste
many of the plants in the garden. They even heard the crickets and the buzz of
bumble bees. Middle school students have been exploring the pond ecosystem and
making observations about the plant and animal life there. Unfortunately, they
have also observed the human impact on the pond in the form of trash found in the
water. As always, please dress your child for the weather and forgive the grass
stains they might get while exploring nature.

HEALTH AND WELLNESS

Ms. Burt and Mr. Cobb:
Grade PreK - 4: Each week, PreK and kindergarten students are learning new ways
to keep their bodies, brains and hearts healthy. Grade 1 and 2 students are
learning the definition of identity, and exploring what makes them, them! They will
create a flag that represents the various components of their identity. Grade 3 and
4 students are identifying strategies for stress management. They will create a
"zine" to teach others how to handle their stress in a healthy way.

Grade 5 - 8: Grade 5 and 6 students are creating anti-bullying brochures that help A middle school student explores Patterson Park
inform the community about what bullying is, how victims are affected, how to be
an UPstander, and what students at HHA can do if they experience bullying. Grade
7 and 8 students are producing “Stress Buster videos” that explain what situations
cause stress, how stress affects us physically and emotionally, and productive ways
to cope with stress. During the 3rd quarter, students in grades 5-8 will learn about
human sexuality. Teachers will use the "3Rs: Rights, Respect, and Responsibility"
sexual health curriculum (www.3rs.org). To learn more about this curriculum,
please attend the family information session on Wednesday, November 20th
at 5 pm in the library.

LIBRARY

Ms. Kannam: Thank you to all the parents, students and teachers for your support
with the Scholastic Book Fair! It was a huge success with lots of fun and money
being raised for the HHA library. Latino Heritage month is being celebrated with
students reading and gathering information about amazing people such as: Frida
Kahlo(artist), Selena(singer), Rita Moreno(Broadway award winner), Ellen
Ochoa(astronaut) and Lisa Fernandez(Olympic athlete).

During library time, upper elementary and middle school are increasing their typing
and coding skills. Congratulations to the following students for already completing
an HOUR of CODE:

 Hannah Goneau
 Hector Interiano Hernandez
 Edwin Juvencio-Gaspar

ENRICHMENT NEWS 7th grade students study coding during library time

Ms. Guitian and Ms. Burt: Thank you to all parents who attended the

information session on Back to School Night. Parents learned how students are

formally identified as gifted, advanced or talent development. This information is also available on at www.hha47.org. Over the next few weeks,

all students in grades 1-8 will complete the fall MAP Growth Assessments. This test helps us measure your child's academic achievement and is

one factor that determines your child’s eligibility for gifted or advanced programming. The fall scores are also used to set growth goals for GAL

students, which will be included on your child's individualized learning plan (ILP). ILPs are currently being prepared and will be shared with parents.

REMEMBER TO WEAR TENNIS SHOES TO PHYSICAL EDUCATION!

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SPECIAL EDUCATION

Ms. Shaffer: The World Health Organization recognizes World
Mental Health day on October 10th every year. The day provides
an opportunity “for all stakeholders working on mental health
issues to talk about their work, and what needs to be done to
make mental health care a reality for people worldwide.”
This year’s theme set by the World Federation for Mental Health
is young people and mental health changing the world.

ESOL DEPARTMENT NEWS

Ms. Bailin, Ms. Gonzalez, Ms. Hicks and Mr. LaBarr:

Students in PreK and kindergarten are working on the All

About Me and Let’s Go to School units. They will describe

themselves and discuss school supplies, colors, things they do

in school and the school community. During October,

students will begin the Look at Me! unit. Body parts, senses,

feelings and actions will be taught. Grade 1 and 2 students

will work with Mrs. Hicks each week to learn English while

doing fun activities. Grade 1 students will begin the Avenues

ESOL curriculum. In the first unit, "What’s New with You?",

students will learn about how people and nature change over

time. If possible, have your child bring in a baby picture. The

picture will be shared with the class and then returned home.

ESOL students do fun activities related to the big city Grade 2 students will begin the unit, The Big CIty! They will
learn about how people live and travel in cities. Ask your

child what they like about living in Baltimore City. Grade 3

students are learning about community and government. In their upcoming story, James Ale, students will learn about how a young boy worked

with his local government to find a solution for a safer place to play in his community. Grade 4 students will learn about wants versus needs and

the importance of family values through a humorous fiction, If the Shoe Fits. Grade 5-8 students will continue to learn about important figures for

Hispanic Heritage month by conducting their own research. Each student created a poster with information about the person they researched,

which can be seen hanging in the halls throughout the school.

CLUB/ACTIVITIES NEWS

As a reminder, students will not be permitted to join two clubs that meet on the same day.

BUILDERS CLUB STEAM

Thanks to all the new members who joined us for our informational The first session of STEAM Club begins on Tuesday, October 1st and
meeting about the Hampstead Hill Builders Club. They are looking will run until November 19th. Students should come prepared for
forward to a great year, and are already planning the first visit to indoor, outdoor, and sometimes messy activities each STEAM day.
Future Care to make crafts with the residents on Tuesday, October Snack will be provided. Parents should plan on picking their
22nd. Permission slips have gone out. If you missed the meeting students up in the HHA lobby, at 4 pm, unless they are enrolled in
and are interested in hearing about the Builders Club, please see FF&G. Please email Ms. Burt with any questions
Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Bierley, Mrs. Kaminaris or Ms. Rebekah! The first at [email protected]
regular meeting will be held on Tuesday, October 8th in
Mrs. Kaminaris' PreK classroom. EMERGING SCHOLARS

DIVERSITY CLUB Emerging Scholars will begin the week of September 30th with 4th
grade meeting on Mondays, 3rd grade on Wednesdays and 2nd grade
Diversity Club will continue to meet Wednesdays approximately on Thursdays. Students will be available for pick-up at 4:20 pm in
twice a month throughout the school year. If you believe your the main lobby. Please email Ms. Burt at [email protected] with
student would be interested in working to make our school any questions or concerns.
community an inclusive space for students from different
backgrounds by celebrating differences, discussing news and
celebrating cultures, please encourage him/her to get a permission
slip on the Club Bulletin Board next to Mrs. Poole's room and attend
a meeting.

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GIRLS ON THE RUN

The Girls on the Run Fall 2019 season is in full swing! Sessions have focused on a
variety of important topics, including connection, choices, emotions and self-talk.
Our team will host a snack sale on Monday 10/21 and Wednesday 10/23 to raise
needed funds for the program. All snacks will be $1!

GARDEN CLUB

Students in garden club are busy tending to the school garden and planning the harvest dinner
for the Fall Community Arts Night, Thursday, November 7th. Invitations will be sent out mid-
October. Remember to RSVP and pre-pay to reserve a table for your family. It is $4/person if
you RSVP and $5/person for walk-ins. Band and orchestra students eat free. You won’t want to
miss this extravaganza of student created food, music and art.

HHA Junior Girl Scout Troop 5394 is recruiting new

members. Girls should be in grades 4 or 5 and must

be 10-12 years old. Currently, there are five spaces

available and acceptance is on a first come basis. Girls on the Run fall team

Last year the Junior Troop completed the Journey

Badge. This was a three-part badge that led them to create activities that encouraged others to

institute energy saving techniques and help them to become leaders in protecting the earth from pollution and waste. They also went on a

camping trip with over 100 other girl scouts throughout the state of Maryland. They shared in fun

activities such as flag ceremonies, cheerleading, tent camping, boating, archery and networking. This

year, the girls look forward to participating in many more exciting and impressive activities and

would like for you to join. If you are interested in being a girl with the power to change the world

please join us. Meetings will be held on Monday’s from 5 - 6:30 pm. The first meeting is October 7th

for girls and parents who are accepted. Troop Leader is Sheila Waller. This will be her second year

leading the troop and she is excited to hear from you. She can be reached at 443.531.5811 or

[email protected] Please contact her to reserve you spot!

FAMILY INFORMATION

THE COUNTDOWN CONTINUES

 12% of the school year is done
 21 of our 180 student days are completed
 There are approximately 122 school days left until our

3-8 grade students take the MCAP Assessment in
reading and math beginning Monday, April 20th.

IMPORTANT DATES TO REMEMBER

Maryland Comprehensive Assessment Program (MCAP) for grades 3 to 8 - April 20 – June 2
Report Cards – 11/14 (1st Quarter), 2/3 (2nd Quarter), 4/16 (3rd Quarter), Last Day of School (4th Quarter)

Please put these dates on your calendar and be sure NOT to plan activities outside of school on test days!
Remember, scores on the tests help decide whether students move on to the next grade.

Uniform Items - If your child borrowed a uniform item, please send it back as soon as
possible. We need those items to be available for other students that may need a change

of clothes. We also are accepting gently worn uniform pieces only.
Please bring the items to the office.

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What Does the MCAP
Look Like for Your
Child?

Spend some time learning about this new state assessment for your child at the Maryland State Department of
Education at http://marylandpublicschools.org/about/Pages/DAAIT/Assessment/index.aspx

KNOW THE NO’S

 No gum at school. It is distracting and prevents students from reading aloud clearly.
 No smoking in or around school property. This is against the law on school property.
 No double parking or idling at drop-off and pickup. Double parking creates a dangerous situation, and you could get a $252

ticket for double parking.
 No crossing in the middle of the street. Cross your child at the corner. Do not encourage your child to get to school by

crossing in the middle of the street! This can be extremely dangerous for your child.
 Please remind your child, especially older children, that ball playing is not allowed in front of the school or on the blacktop

during school arrival and dismissal times. Also, ask them to be mindful of smaller children to avoid accidentally bumping
into them.

STUDENT ATTENDANCE

HHA is serious about attendance. Our talented staff cannot teach unless students attend school. There is a district-wide focus on student
attendance. Again this year, there will be mandatory hearings at school headquarters for the parents of students with poor attendance. Each

month, the newsletter will include this chart so students and parents can review attendance averages.

Congratulations to the 8th Grade Team for having the highest attendance average for September.
The students in this grade level will have a PTO sponsored pizza party.

September Attendance% Year Attendance%
Grade 97.44% Grade 97.44%
HHA average 97.86% HHA average 97.86%
Grade 8 97.83% Grade 8 97.83%
PreK 97.71% PreK 97.71%
Grade 2 97.52% Grade 2 97.52%
Grade 3 97.51% Grade 3 97.51%
Grade 6 97.43% Grade 6 97.43%
Grade 5 97.34% Grade 5 97.34%
Kindergarten 97.33% Kindergarten
Grade 1 97.25% 97.33%
Grade 4 96.86% Grade 1 97.25%
Grade 7 Grade 4 96.86%
Grade 7

STRIVE FOR UNDER FIVE

The Strive for Under Five program will begin this month. At the beginning of the month, students will
receive an attendance tracker to track their own attendance, and a list of incentives they will be eligible for
if they have perfect attendance. If your child receives perfect attendance during the month of October, he/
she will receive a certificate the first week of November and will be able to redeem three incentives on the
back of the certificate. If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Seymour at [email protected]

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TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALLGAME

A special Thank You to
all of the HHA staff and

parents who helped
make the HHA Day at the

Ballpark such a special
event for our students.

On Sunday,
September 22nd,
approximately 140
members of the HHA
school community
attended the last Oriole
home game. Everyone
had a fantastic time!
The group stayed for the
whole game and
watched the Orioles win!

UPDATE FROM DISTRICT 46 REPRESENTATIVES

All lost and found items are held for one week only.

Items marked with the student’s name will be returned to the student.
Please come into school as soon as possible to check for any lost items.

Please make sure all of your child’s belongings
are marked with his/her name.

What’s happening at HHA? Import the HHA school

calendar to your personal Google calendar. Instructions are
located in the back of the news magazine. You will never have

to say, “I didn’t know this was happening.”
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PREPARING FOR THE HISPANIC HERITAGE CELEBRATION

Thank you to all the
parents for

participating and
helping with

cooking and dancing
in preparation for
the Hispanic
Heritage Month
Celebration. Stay
tune for more fun
events to take place

throughout the year
celebrating all of the

different cultures
here at HHA.

NEWS FROM DISTRICT 46

Dear Friends and Neighbors,
We hope your families have enjoyed the first few weeks of the new school year! While the Maryland General Assembly is only in Session from
January to April, each of us have spent the last few months gearing up for the quickly approaching 2020 Legislative Session. Next year is shaping up
to be a crucial moment for public education in Maryland, both in terms of adopting an equitable funding formula, as well as around school
construction.
The work of the Kirwan Commission on Innovation and Excellence in Education is set to conclude in the next few month with the General Assembly
ultimately determining the final outcome of its recommendations next Session. These recommendations are the output of three years of work to
ensure Maryland’s education system is set up for success on par with the highest achieving systems around the globe. The five core areas for
improvement identified are:

 Early childhood education
 High quality and diverse teachers and leaders
 College and career readiness pathways
 More resources to ensure success of all students
 Governance and Accountability

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Next Session will be the culmination of many years of work to ensure the best possible outcomes for our children and has only been made possible
through the advocacy of many people. We hope that you will stay engaged, learn more about the final recommendations when released, and
continue building support for this generational opportunity. There will be a forum on the Kirwan Commission's policy recommendations and how
those policy changes will impact Baltimore City Public Schools on October 24th. The forum will take place from 6-8pm at Dorothy I. Height
Elementary (2011 Linden Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 21217). If you would like to attend, you can RSVP and complete your registration, or find
another nearby forum at https://www.marylandblueprint.org/rsvp/.

As always, please don’t hesitate to reach out to our offices if there is anything we can do. All of our contact information is below, and we look
forward to helping wherever possible.

Senator Bill Ferguson, Delegate Luke Clippinger, Delegate Robbyn Lewis, Delegate Brooke Lierman

[email protected] 410.841.3600 [email protected]e.md.us 410.841.3488
[email protected] 410.841.3772 [email protected] 410.841.3319

NEWS FROM THE WELLNESS COMMITTEE – DID YOU KNOW?

“Many parents assume that cavities in baby teeth don't matter, because they'll be lost anyway. But
that's not true. Dental decay in baby teeth can negatively affect permanent teeth and lead to future
dental problems.”

In light of the upcoming holiday, it is important to keep in mind the importance of dental health and
hygiene. Encouraging healthy habits at a young age will set them up for a lifetime of success. “It’s OK
to eat that candy on Halloween but it’s important to have a plan,” says ADA dentist Dr. Ana Paula
Ferraz-Dougherty. Here are some tips for a healthy Halloween:

 Time it Right - eat a snack right after a meal and avoid snacking throughout the day
 Choose candy that doesn’t stay in your mouth for too long
 Have a plan for when and how much candy will be consumed
 Drink more water and avoid sugary drinks
 Brush your teeth at least twice a day

For a more comprehensive list of tips for a healthy Halloween tips, check out https://www.mouthhealthy.org/en/az-topics/h/halloween-tips. For
more general oral hygiene tips, check out https://www.healthychildren.org/English/healthy-living/oral-health/Pages/Teething-and-Dental-
Hygiene.aspx

PTO NEWS

The HHA Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) had all-time record attendance at their First PTO meeting of the school year
first member meeting of the year. A heartfelt thank you goes out to all the involved
parents that make HHA an amazing school for our kids. A special thank you also goes
out to our special guest speaker, Principal Hornbeck, who provided a brief update on
some school priorities this year. NOTE: meeting dates have changed from last year to
the 2nd Monday of the month! The next PTO meeting is Monday, October 14th at
6 pm in the school library. Free childcare is available until 7pm. All staff and parents
are already members of the HHA PTO and are welcome to attend meetings and
events. However, for just $5, joining the PTO makes you a voting member which lets
you help decide on funding requests. Voting member registration is only open at the
beginning of the school year. You can fill out the voting member registration form
included in the September newsletter, PTO family welcome packet, and available at
all meetings. If you want to be a voting member, complete the registration form and
place in the PTO mailbox along with $5 by October 14th.

Upcoming PTO Events Include:

 Tutti Gusti Night - 10/3 3-8pm flyer attached - Join HHA on the first Thursday of each month for a fun dinner out and help PTO raise
money! Tutti Gusti donates 10% of all eat in and carry out orders.

 Fall Movie Night – 10/4 5:30pm - Aladdin with Spanish subtitles - flyer attached - doors open at 5:30 pm, movie starts at 5:45 pm.
 Happy Hour – 10/18 6pm at Lee's Pint and Shell flyer attached
 Dia de los Muertos – 10/30 6-8pm – flyer attached

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 SAVE THE DATE - Panera Night – 11/4 - more info to come!
 Harris Teeter flyer attached - consider attaching your VIC card to HHA. When you shop Harris Teeter brands, a percentage of your

purchase is donated to the school that is linked to your VIC card. There are NO LIMITS to how much a school can earn.
 Canton Canopy/CCA Plantings – 11/2 and 11/16 - check out the Facebook links

https://www.facebook.com/events/349511902620916/?ti=icl) and https://www.facebook.com/events/2086560224985019/?ti=icl) to
find out where to meet Canton Canopy to mulch trees and beautify the neighborhood!

PTO TREASURER’S REPORT

Current Balance: $32,900.60 September Expenses:

September Revenue: Back to School cleaning: $140
Bee Fit: $177.01
Membership: $175 Pizza at Sandlot: $46
Storage Unit: $78
Total September Revenue: $175 Welcome Back Event: $368.57

Total September Expenses: $809.58

Staff and students would like to say thank you to:

The HHA PTO: Sean Morrison, Adrienne Ekas-Mueting, Jim Hanson, Rachel Douglas, Jill Morrison, Beth Kemmery, Nathan Gorham, Carmelina
Mosier, Shallah Graham, Alison Bucklin and Fulya Gursel. Also, special thanks to Shelbi Brookshire, Laverne Gilmore, Cheryl DeScipio and the many
parents who help with various activities throughout the school. A thank you to Tutti Gusti for collecting a box of school supplies for our students.

FAMILY FUN IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD

 Southeast Anchor Library - located at 3601 Eastern Avenue; 410-396-1580, www.prattlibrary.org/locations/southeast/
 Friends of Patterson Park – located at 27 S. Patterson Park Avenue; 410-276-3676, pattersonpark.com/
 Creative Alliance at the Patterson – located at 3134 Eastern Avenue, 410-276-1651, creativealliance.org
 Patterson Park Audubon Center – located at 2901 E. Baltimore Street, 410-558-2473, pattersonpark.audubon.org/
 Please check the back of the news magazine for additional event information!

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LET US KNOW WHAT YOU ARE THINKING!
Hampstead Hill Academy Feedback Form

School Year 2019-2020

Name and contact information if you want a response to your submission:_____________________________

__________________________________________________________________________________________

I have a_____question_____comment_____concern_____suggestion.

__________________________________________________________________________________________

__________________________________________________________________________________________

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__________________________________________________________________________________________

Please return this form to Ms. Swann.

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and
proudly present

HHA’s Got Talent

featuring performances by HHA 3rd-8th graders

Friday, October 25
3:30 pm & 6:00 pm

HHA Auditorium

Tickets sold at the door:

$2/students $3/adults

$1 off for tickets to both shows!

Delicious concessions available!


HHA FAMILY THEATRE NIGHT

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22 @ 7:30 p.m. at The Hippodrome Theatre

12 N. Eutaw St, Baltimore, MD 21201

Join fellow HHA families for a performance of the hit Broadway musical at a discounted
rate of ​only $40!

From the producer of T​ he Lion King ​comes the timeless story of ​Aladdin,​ a thrilling
production filled with unforgettable beauty, magic, comedy and breathtaking spectacle.

It’s an extraordinary theatrical event where one lamp and three wishes make the
possibilities infinite. R​ ecommended for ages 7+.

COST ASSISTANCE IS AVAILABLE! Contact Ms. Durkin.

Learn more about the production at: ​https://baltimore.broadway.com/shows/disneys-aladdin/
or e-mail coordinator Ms. Durkin at ​[email protected]​.

To participate:
1. Return the Ticket Request Form on the back with C​ ASH ONLY to the Main Office ASAP.

Tickets are first-come first-serve, so reserve fast!
2. Ms. Durkin will e-mail you to confirm your tickets and arrange ticket delivery.
3. Plan how you will get to the Hippodrome and (if necessary) where you will park.
4. Plan to arrive by 7:30 p.m. on 11/22 for the 8:00 p.m. show. It is polite theatre etiquette to

be seated 15 minutes before the show begins.


HHA FAMILY THEATRE NIGHT Ticket Request Form:
ALADDIN @ The Hippodrome

Friday, November 22 at 7:30 p.m.

Your Name:_______________________________# of tickets Requested:_______($40 each)

Student Name:________________________________Homeroom:_____________________

E-mail for confirmation:___________________________________________________

Phone #:__________________________________

Any notes or questions?________________________________________________________

____________________________________________________________________________

If you are able, consider donating any additional amount (even $1!)
to help extend this opportunity to more families.

Be sure to save Ms. Durkin’s contact information in case you need to reach her:
[email protected]/(301)651-7103.

______________________________________________________________________________

For Office Use:

Date and Time Received__________________________

Amount Paid_______________

Received By_______________________________________

Please provide a copy of this form as a receipt and place this original in Ms. Durkin’s
mailbox.


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Join Hampstead Hill Academy
and

for
Friends and Family Night Out!

Bring this flyer into Tutti Gusti on
Thursday, October 3rd
from 3-8pm

10% of Food & Drink purchases
(eat-in or carry out) will be donated to

Hampstead Hill Academy PTO

Come enjoy great food as well as a night out!

Gluten-free options available

Tutti Gusti
3100 Fait Ave.Baltimore.21224

410.534.4040
www.tuttigusti.net


Bring in your clipped Box Tops for Education by October 25th!
Hampstead Hill Academy receives
10 cents per valid and unexpired
clipped box top. Complete the
sheet at the back of the
newsletter to win a prize! The
class that collects the most box
tops in October will win the traveling trophy and a class party (must collect
at least 100 box tops as a class).

Box Tops are now DIGITAL! Download the Box Tops App on your smart phone and scan your receipts.
Designate Hampstead Hill Academy as your school when setting up
the app. After scanning a receipt, you can credit a child and
homeroom in the “credit” star at the bottom. The child & homeroom
will save in the “credit” section of the app for all future receipts.
Please use the following format: “Jane Davis – 2nd – Smith” to ensure
your child and class receives credit. The app only allows scanning
receipts up to 14 days old, so make sure to scan those receipts
quickly.

All you have to do is scan – The app will find participating products purchased at any store and instantly
add cash to HHA’s earnings online. Box Tops for Education regularly provides bonuses in the app such as
double credit for buying more than one product or for a particular store. Through the end of October,
Box Tops is doubling all digital box tops purchased at Walmart! See the app for more details and a full
list of bonuses.

Check out this video for more information on how the new Box Tops App works!
https://youtu.be/Hh94b2BvFK4

Some products will still have the clipped box top – please continue to clip those, send them to school
AND scan your receipt (HHA will receive credit for both!). Some products have only the digital image –
clipping those products will not earn HHA any cash, only scanned receipts for those items will earn HHA
money.

Box Tops can be found on products such as:

PaperMate Totinos Boise Paper
Nestle Water Lysol Cascadian Farm
Annie’s Old El Paso Chex Mix
General Mills Cereals Yoplait Go Gurt & Multipack Fiber one
Cheerios Nature Valley Granola LaraBar
Pilsbury

For a full list of participating products, please visit https://www.boxtops4education.com/Participating-
Products-Page


Presents Family Movie Night
Date: Friday, October 4th, 2019

Location: in the school gym
Time: 5:30pm

Your family is invited to a FREE showing of Disney’s Aladdin, with
Spanish subtitles, thanks to the sponsorship of the PTO! Bring a
picnic dinner and a blanket and settle in for the show. Pajamas and

stuffed animals are encouraged. Concessions will be available.

Doors open at 5:30pm and the movie will begin at 5:45pm!

All children must be supervised by an adult.
This is not a drop-off event.


Please join the PTO for Happy Hour on
October 18th at

2844 Hudson Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21224

Where: the upstairs bar
When: 6pm

What: Happy Hour Deals & Snacks!

We will have a 50/50 raffle so bring your
cash!


EXPOSICIóN DE OFRENDA • COMIDA • MúSICA • FAMILIA Ticket = ¡Traiga algo para compartir!

m iércoles Evento gratuito patrocinado por el PTO
30 Octubre 2019 @ 6-8pm
@ Hampstead Hill Academy
Día de los Muertos
Cena para Compartir

Bring food for your ¡Traiga comida para su familia
family and more to share! y más para compartir!
Enjoy a home-cooked dinner
with other HHA families. Disfrute una cena casera
con otras familias de HHA.

Ticket = Bring a dish to share! Day of the Dead
Potluck Dinner
Free event sponsored by the PTO
30 October 2019 @ 6-8pm
@ Hampstead Hill Academy Wednesday

OFFERING EXHIBIT • FOOD • MUSIC • FAMILY [email protected]


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1 From a web browser, go to:

2 Click on the
+Google Calendar icon

A new “Add calendar” window
will open.

The calendar name is:
“Parent meetings/activities”

3 Click the Add button
3

Your calendar will now display major events and will
receive any updates to the HHA calendar automatically.

Your Google Calendar will open and in “Other calendars”
you’ll see “Parent meetings/activities” listed.

This HOW-TO is brought to you by the efforts of the HHA PTO.
Want to help? Contact us!

This is a direct link to the calendar:


AUDUBON ADVENTURES IN OCTOBER 2019

With Patterson Park Audubon Center

Programas con Audubon en Parque Patterson

¡Invitamos a su familia a programas sobre naturaleza en español!

AUDUBON’S HABITAT TEAM
Saturday, October 5th 9:00-10:30 AM

All ages welcome! ∙ Free!
Meet at the wetland garden, uphill & northwest of the boat lake in Patterson Park.

Build bird habitat in Audubon’s native plant gardens in Patterson Park!
We need volunteers to make sure they remain healthy habitats for the park’s birds and butterflies. Weed, mulch, and/or plant while spending a
relaxing morning outdoors with friends, family, and Audubon. We’re happy to sign community service hours for helpful students. For directions or

questions: [email protected] or 410.558.2473.

VIAJEROS VERDES PARA NIÑOS DE 6 A 10 AÑOS CON MAMÁ O PAPÁ
Sábado, 26 Octubre, 10:30 AM – 11:30 AM
Animales Viajeros

Empezamos en la mesa al lado noreste del lago en el parque
¡Bienvenidos! Audubon imparte este programa educativo y divertido sobre naturaleza. Venga para explorar el parque y los cambios de las

estaciones y como les afectan a los animales y plantas. Se enseña en español.

STONY RUN URBAN BIRD FEST

Bird-themed crafts, games, bird walks, bird banding demonstration, and live birds!
Linkwood Park: 101 W Cold Spring Lane

Saturday, October 5th · 1:00 - 4:00 pm · Free!

BILINGUAL TINY TOTS | AMIGOS PEQUEÑITOS BILINGÜES IN PATTERSON PARK

Friday, October 18th ∙ Viernes, 18 Octubre
10:30 - 11:30 AM

A Swift Adventure ∙ Aventura de Vencejo de Chimenea

Meet at the picnic tables on the northeastern shore of the Boat Lake
Empezamos en la mesa al lado noreste del lago en el parque

Ages: 2-5 ∙ Para niños de 2 a 5 años ∙ $5 suggested donation per child, with an adult
Tiny Tots is an early childhood environmental education program where kids make a craft, play a game, and read a story around a nature theme.

Space is limited.
Please register in advance: [email protected] or 410.558.2473.
Audubon imparte este programa infantil sobre naturaleza donde los niños exploran artes, juegos, e historias, todo alrededor de un tema central –

ofrecido en español.
Registración: 410.558.2473 o [email protected]

AUDUBON’S ALL-AGES BIRD WATCHING WALKS
Friday, October 18th in Druid Hill Park, 8:00 – 9:30 AM

Meet at 3001 East Drive
Saturday, October 26th in Patterson Park, 8:00 – 9:30 AM

Meet at the fountain, closest to E. Lombard St. and S. Patterson Park Ave.
All ages and abilities welcome! ∙ Free!

Over 200 bird species have visited Patterson Park, an important migratory stopover in Baltimore City! Audubon experts will lead us in search of
avian friends! Bring the whole family! No experience necessary. If you would like to borrow binoculars, drop us an email – we have plenty to share!

There is no need to RSVP for this event, just arrive ready to explore! To borrow binoculars: [email protected] or 410.558.2473.


UNDERWATER WORLDS ARE WAITING. DIVE INTO A BOOK TODAY!
READ FIVE AQUATIC BOOKS, AND

RECEIVE FOUR TICKETS TO THE

NATIONAL AQUARIUM

The fall season of Read to Reef kicks off on Tuesday, October 1, 2019.

Step 1:

Throughout the month of October
2019, Baltimore-area children in 5th
grade and younger may visit any
Enoch Pratt Free Library Branch and
show their library card to receive a
Read to Reef bookmark, while
supplies last.

Step 2:

Check out the list of the National Aquarium's
favorite aquatic- or conservation-themed books, or ask
your librarian for suggestions. Borrow, read or listen to
someone read any five of these books and record them
on your Read to Reef bookmark.

Step 3:

Bring your completed bookmark to the National
Aquarium's ticket center through December 31,
2019, to exchange it for up to four admission
tickets to be used that day.


Family STEM:
Slime Time

Monday, October 7 4:00 p.m.

Canton Branch The free educational and cultural programs at
Pratt libraries are made possible by the generous
1030 S. Ellwood Avenue support of donors to the Enoch Pratt Free Library.

prattlibrary.org your journey starts here free TO BMORE

#atthepratt


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Use stencils, stamps, pom-poms, and more to
make your own one-of-a-kind pillowcase.

Saturday, October 19 3:00 p.m.

Canton Branch The free educational and cultural programs at
Pratt libraries are made possible by the generous
1030 S. Ellwood Avenue support of donors to the Enoch Pratt Free Library.

prattlibrary.org your journey starts here free TO BMORE

#atthepratt


Saturday at the Cinema

September 7, 11:00 a.m. October 5, 11:00 a.m.

Canton Branch The free educational and cultural programs at
Pratt libraries are made possible by the generous
1030 S. Ellwood Avenue support of donors to the Enoch Pratt Free Library.

prattlibrary.org your journey starts here free TO BMORE

#atthepratt


ALL DRESSED UP:  If your older children are going alone, plan and review the
 Plan costumes that are bright and reflective. Make sure that route that is acceptable to you. Agree on a specific time when
they should return home.
shoes fit well and that costumes are short enough to prevent
tripping, entanglement or contact with flame.  Only go to homes with a porch light on and never enter a
 Consider adding reflective tape or striping to costumes and home or car for a treat.
trick-or-treat bags for greater visibility.
 Because masks can limit or block eyesight, consider non-toxic  Because pedestrian injuries are the most common injuries to
makeup and decorative hats as safer alternatives. Hats should children on Halloween, remind Trick-or-Treaters:
fit properly so they don't slide over eyes. Makeup should be
tested ahead of time on a small patch of skin to make sure  Stay in a group and communicate where they will be going.
there are no unpleasant surprises on the big day.  Remember reflective tape for costumes and trick-or-treat
 When shopping for costumes, wigs and accessories, look for
and purchase those with a label clearly indicating they are bags.
flame resistant.  Carry a cellphone for quick communication.
 If a sword, cane, or stick is a part of your child's costume,  Remain on well-lit streets and always use the sidewalk.
make sure it is not sharp or long. A child may be easily hurt by  If no sidewalk is available, walk at the far edge of the roadway
these accessories if he stumbles or trips.
 Do not use decorative contact lenses. While the packaging on facing traffic.
decorative lenses will often make claims such as "one size fits  Never cut across yards or use alleys.
all," or "no need to see an eye specialist," using decorative  Only cross the street as a group in established crosswalks (as
contact lenses without a prescription is both dangerous and
illegal. This can cause pain, inflammation, and serious eye recognized by local custom). Never cross between parked cars
disorders and infections, which may lead to permanent vision or out of driveways.
loss.  Don't assume the right of way. Motorists may have trouble
 Review with children how to call 9-1-1 (or their local seeing Trick-or-Treaters. Just because one car stops, doesn't
emergency number) if they ever have an emergency or mean others will!
become lost.  Law enforcement authorities should be notified immediately
of any suspicious or unlawful activity.
CARVING A NICHE:  HEALTHY HALLOWEEN:
 Small children should never carve pumpkins. Children can  A good meal prior to parties and trick-or-treating will
discourage youngsters from filling up on Halloween treats.
draw a face with markers. Then parents can do the cutting.  Consider purchasing non-food treats for those who visit your
 Consider using a flashlight or glow stick instead of a candle to home, such as coloring books or pens and pencils.
 Wait until children are home to sort and check treats. Though
light your pumpkin. If you do use a candle, a votive candle is tampering is rare, a responsible adult should closely examine
safest. all treats and throw away any spoiled, unwrapped or
 Candlelit pumpkins should be placed on a sturdy table, away suspicious items.
from curtains and other flammable objects, and not on a porch  Try to ration treats for the days and weeks following
or any path where visitors may pass close by. They should Halloween.
never be left unattended.
HALLOWEEN AND FOOD ALLERGIES:
HOME SAFE HOME: Halloween can be tricky for children with food allergies. It's
 To keep homes safe for visiting trick-or-treaters, parents important that parents closely examine Halloween candy to avoid a
potentially life-threatening reaction:
should remove from the porch and front yard anything a child  Always read the ingredient label on treats. Many popular
could trip over such as garden hoses, toys, bikes and lawn
decorations. Halloween candies contain some of the most common
 Parents should check outdoor lights and replace burned-out allergens, such as peanuts or tree nuts, milk, egg, soy or
bulbs. wheat.
 Wet leaves or snow should be swept from sidewalks and steps.  If the ingredients aren't listed, arrange for a treat "exchange"
 Restrain pets so they do not inadvertently jump on or bite a with classmates or friends. Or, bag up the goodies your child
trick-or-treater or run away. can't eat because of an allergy and leave them with a note
asking the "Treat Fairy" to swap them for a prize.
ON THE TRICK-OR-TREAT TRAIL:  Be aware that even if they are not listed on the ingredient
 A parent or responsible adult should always accompany young label, candy is at high risk of containing trace amounts of
common allergy triggers, because factories often produce
children on their neighborhood rounds. many different products. Also, "fun size" or miniature candies
 Have flashlights with fresh batteries for all children and their may have different ingredients or be made on different
equipment than the regular size candies, meaning that brands
escorts. your child previously ate without problems could cause a
reaction.
 Teach your child to politely turn down home-baked items such
as cupcakes and brownies, and never to taste or share another
child's food.

©2018 American Academy of Pediatrics


FIDALECRTEDSUHCETIEOTN MDIDLEFREE

THE EFFECTS OF IDLING ON MARYLAND COMMUNITIES

HEALTH RISKS ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT WASTE AND COST

According to the Earth Policy Institute, Idling doesn’t just affect air quality. No one would knowingly purchase a
more than three million people die each It puts the entire ecosystem at risk. vehicle that guzzled gas while getting
year from the effects of air pollution. Related pollution impacts streams, zero miles to the gallon. Yet that’s what
Tailpipe emissions that form ground- rivers, lakes, bays, and coastal waters. happens when we idle. Wasteful and
level ozone can lead to a variety of If everyone in Maryland eliminated unnecessary, idling is harder on engines
serious health conditions. That’s why unnecessary idling, local ecosystems and less fuel-efficient than driving.
it’s important to be aware of how idling would be healthier. Consider the economic impact of idling
impacts those around you and turn your the next time you’re behind the wheel.
engine off at every opportunity. n Each gallon of fuel burned emits
about 20 pounds of carbon dioxide n Idling leaves residue on spark plugs,
n Car exhaust contains air pollutants and introduces varying levels of increases fuel consumption by up to
that can cause cancer, respiratory nitrogen into the atmosphere. five percent and can reduce the life
issues, reproductive effects, birth of your exhaust system.
defects, and other serious illnesses. n Over the course of a year, one car
idling for just five minutes each day n Excessive idling can damage your
n One minute of idling produces more can emit as many as 25 pounds of engine and add as much as $2,000
carbon monoxide than three packs harmful air pollutants and about 260 per year in maintenance costs.
of cigarettes. pounds of carbon dioxide.
n Idling consumes up to a gallon of fuel
n Exposure to vehicle exhaust n Excess nitrogen can fuel the growth an hour and wastes about six billion
increases the risk of death from heart of algae blooms in the bay, which gallons of fuel each year.
and lung disease. can block sunlight from reaching
underwater grasses and create low- n The average person wastes about
n Children breathe 50 percent more oxygen “dead zones” that suffocate one to two tanks of gas every
air per pound than adults. Because marine life. year by idling.
of their developing lungs and higher
breathing rates, air pollution is n About one third of the nitrogen in the n Idling for more than 10 seconds
especially dangerous to children. Chesapeake Bay comes from the air. consumes more fuel than restarting
your engine.
n Car exhaust increases the symptoms n Airborne nitrogen is one of the largest
of asthma—the most common sources of pollution affecting the n Idling contributes to serious
chronic illness in children, and the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries. environmental and human health
cause of most school absences. Poor water quality affects submerged issues that can affect local
bay grasses, blue crab, oysters, and economies.
fish species.

mde.maryland.gov/idlefreeMD

PLEDGE TO BE IDLE FREE.

For more information, contact [email protected]


2019 SAVE THE DATE! 2019 APARTA LA FECHA!

EXPLORE THE ARTS IN HIGHLANDTOWN ON A DESCUBRA LAS ARTES EN HIGHLANDTOWN EN UN

Fri. Sept 6, 5-9 PM Primer Viernes caminata de arte

Highlandtown First Friday Art Walk: “State Fair” VIE. 6 de SeptieMbre, 5-9 PM
Celebrate the arts with games, food a puppet petting zoo & more!
Primer Viernes Caminata de Arte: “Feria Estatal”
FRI. Oct 4, 5-9 pm ¡Celebra las artes con juegos, comida, un zoológico de
marionetas y más!
Highlandtown First Friday Art Walk: “Nocturne”
Meet artists as they paint & create art live that night! VIE. 4 de Octubre, 5-9 pm

LANTERNS, CANDY & HAUNTED FUN THIS FALL Primer Viernes Caminata de Arte: “Nocturna”
¡Conoce artistas que pintan y crean arte en vivo esa noche!
SAT. Oct 26 (RAIN DATE: SUN. OCT 27]
LINTERNAS, DULCES Y DIVERSIÓN EMBRUJADA ESTE OTOÑO
Great Halloween Lantern Parade
Celebrate 20 Years of lanterns & fun in Patterson Park! SAb. 26 de Octubre (FECHA DE LLUVIA: Dom. 27 de OCT]
3:30pm Festival | 6:30pm Line-up | 7pm Parade | FREE!
Gran Desfile de Linternas
Thur. Oct 31, 3-6pm ¡Celebra 20 años de linternas y diversión en el
Parque Patterson! ¡GRATIS!
Trick-o-Treat on Main Street 3:30pm Festival | 6:30pm Preparación para el Desfile | 7pm Desfile
418 S. Conkling St
Trick-or-Treat in costume at businesses on Main Street! Goodies, Jue. 31 de Octubre, 3-6pm
games and more for kiddos in front of Filippo’s Restaurant.
Hosted by the Highlandtown Business Association. Trick-o-Treat on Main Street
418 S. Conkling St
FRI. NOV 1, 5-9 pm Disfrazate y recibe dulces en los negocios locales en la
avenida Eastern. ¡GRATIS!
Highlandtown First Friday Art Walk: “Haunted”
Vie. 1 de NOViembre, 5-9 pm
Sat. NOV 2, 5-9 pm
Primer Viernes Caminata de Arte: “Embrujado”
Dia de los Muertos w/ Artesanas Mexicanas
Mexican celebration including community processions, special SaB. 2 de NOVieMbre, 5-9 pm
performances and traditional food & altars at Creative Alliance.
Dia de los Muertos w/ Artesanas Mexicanas
HOLIDAY TREE, TRAIN, LIGHTS & SHOPPING Celebración mexicana incluyendo procesiones comunitarias,
actuaciones especiales y comida tradicional y altares.
SAT. NOV 30, 9AM
ÁRBOL DE NAVIDAD, TREN, LUCES Y COMPRAS
Small Business Saturday!
Celebrate local Highlandtown businesses with morning treats, SAB. 30 de NOViembre, 9AM
coffee, shopping & more!
Sábado de Pequeños Negocios
FRI. DEC 6, 5-9 pm ¡Celebre los negocios locales de Highlandtown con golosinas
matutinas, café, compras y más!
HOLIDAYS IN HIGHLANDTOWN
3601 Eastern Ave (Outside Southeast Anchor Library) Vie. 6 de DiCiembre, 5-9 pm
Festivities include tree lighting, photos with Santa, opening
of the Highlandtown Train Garden AND merriment into the CELEBRACIÓN DE NAVIDAD EN HIGHLANDTOWN
evening on the Highlandtown First Friday Art Walk! 3601 Eastern Ave (Afuera de la Biblioteca de Sureste)
Las festividades incluyen iluminación de árboles, fotos con Santa,
SUN. DEC 8, 11 AM-5pm apertura de la Maqueta de Trenes de Highlandtown y alegría en el
Primer Viernes Caminata de Arte en Highlandtown!
Highlandtown Shopping Spectacular AND
Merry Mart at the Creative Alliance (3134 Eastern Ave) DOM. 8 de DICiembre, 11 AM-5pm

www.i hearthighlandtown.com Compras Espectaculares de Highlandtown Y
Merry Mart en Creative Alliance (3134 Eastern Ave)

www.i hearthighlandtown.com


Elementary & Mi

October Traditional Breakfas

Monday Tuesday Wednesday

1 Turkey Sausage 2 Plain Bagel 3
Breakfast Pizza Cinnamon Raisin
Bagel
Assorted Cold Cereal
Graham Crackers Assorted Cold Cereal
Peach Cup Graham Crackers
Black Plum Peach Cup
Banana

7 Oatmeal Breakfast 8 Turkey Sausage 9 Peach & Raspberry 10
Bun Breakfast Pizza Yogurt 17

Assorted Cold Cereal Assorted Cold Cereal Crunchy Granola
Graham Crackers Graham Crackers Clusters
Apple Slices Peach Cup
Black Plum Black Plum Assorted Cold Cereal
Graham Crackers
14 Pancake 15 Turkey Sausage Peach Cup
Chicken Sausage Breakfast Pizza Banana
Patty
Syrup Assorted Cold Cereal 16 Plain Bagel
Graham Crackers Cinnamon Raisin
Assorted Cold Cereal Peach Cup Bagel
Graham Crackers Black Plum
Black Plum Assorted Cold Cereal
Ginger Gold Apple Graham Crackers
Peach Cup
21 Oatmeal Breakfast Banana
Bun
22 Turkey Sausage 23 Peach & Raspberry 24
Assorted Cold Cereal Breakfast Pizza Yogurt 31
Graham Crackers
Apple Slices Assorted Cold Cereal Crunchy Granola
Black Plum Graham Crackers Clusters
Peach Cup
28 Pancake Black Plum Assorted Cold Cereal
Chicken Sausage Graham Crackers
Patty 29 Turkey Sausage Peach Cup
Syrup Breakfast Pizza Banana

Assorted Cold Cereal Assorted Cold Cereal 30 Plain Bagel
Graham Crackers Graham Crackers Cinnamon Raisin
Black Plum Peach Cup Bagel
Ginger Gold Apple Black Plum
Assorted Cold Cereal
Graham Crackers
Peach Cup
Banana

This institution is an equal opportunity p


iddle 2019 Options Available Daily at
st Menu Breakfast:
Friday
Thursday Cold Cereal Options-
4 Strawberry Banana Apple Cinnamon Cheerios,
Chicken Breakfast Yogurt Multi-Grain Cheerios, Original
Fillet Biscuit Cheerios, Cinnamon Toast
Assorted Cold Cereal Crunch, Golden Grahams,
Assorted Cold Cereal Graham Crackers
Graham Crackers Honey Kix
Banana Assorted Fresh Fruit
Ginger Gold Apple 1% White Milk, Fat Free White
11 Cinnamon Glazed Milk
Chicken Sausage & French Toast
Egg Breakfast
Sandwich Assorted Cold Cereal
Graham Crackers
Assorted Cold Cereal
Graham Crackers Assorted Fresh Fruit
Banana
Ginger Gold Apple

PD DAY 18 Menu subject to change

PD DAY

Schools Closed Schools Closed

Chicken Sausage & 25 Cinnamon Glazed Daily Available Breakfast Nutritionals
Egg Breakfast French Toast Breakfast Condiments
Sandwich
Assorted Cold Cereal
Assorted Cold Cereal Graham Crackers
Graham Crackers
Banana Assorted Fresh Fruit
Ginger Gold Apple

Chicken Breakfast
Fillet Biscuit

Assorted Cold Cereal
Graham Crackers
Banana
Ginger Gold Apple

provider.


ELEMENTARY/MIDDLE
LUNCH MENU

Monday Tuesday Wednesday

1 Steak Burger 2 Korean BBQ Chicken 3
BBQ Sauce Cup over 10
Tuna Salad 17
Saltine Crackers Brown Rice 24
Hummus Plate Deli Sandwich
Vegetarian Beans Falafel on Flat Bread
Side Salad
Cheese Pizza Broccoli
Side Salad

7 Hamburger on Bun 8 Breaded Drumstick 9 Chicken Burrito Bowl
Cheeseburger on Bun Tuna Salad Sour Cream
Deli Sandwich Deli Sandwich
Veggie Burger on Saltine Crackers
WG Hamburger Bun Vegetable rice Falafel on Flat Bread
Rosemary Garlic Fiesta Taco Black
Potatoes Seasoned Greens Beans
Hummus Plate Side Salad
Side Salad Side Salad

14 Breaded Cheese Sticks 15 Chicken Cheese Steak 16 Tangerine Chicken
Marinara Sauce Cup Sub Brown Rice
Deli Sandwich
Veggie Burger on Tuna Salad Deli Sandwich
WG Hamburger Bun Saltine Crackers Falafel on Flat Bread
Corn Hummus Plate
Side Salad Steamed Carrots Broccoli
Side Salad
Side Salad
Veggie Wrap

21 Breaded Chicken Patty 22 BBQ Wingettes 23 Beef Nachos
Sandwich Macaroni and Cheese Sour Cream
Deli Sandwich Deli Sandwich
Deli Sandwich Hummus Plate
Veggie Burger on Carrot Sticks Falafel on Flat Bread
WG Hamburger Bun Side Salad Pinto Beans
Side Salad
Corn

Side Salad

28 Fish Nuggets 29 Steak Burger 30 Korean BBQ Chicken 31
Corn Muffin BBQ Sauce Cup over
Tuna Salad
Deli Sandwich Saltine Crackers Brown Rice
Veggie Burger on Hummus Plate Deli Sandwich
WG Hamburger Bun Vegetarian Beans Falafel on Flat Bread
Side Salad
Oven Fries Broccoli
Side Salad Side Salad
Assorted Fruit

This institution is an


October 2019

Thursday Friday Options Available Daily at
Luncht:
Sloppy Joe on 4 Cheese Pizza
WG Hamburger Bun Turkey Pepperoni Cold Cereal Options- Apple
Pizza Milk Options:
Tuna Salad Deli Sandwich
WG Bread, 2 slices Carrot Sticks Cinnamon Cheerios, Multi-
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Side Salad
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Zesty Italian Cold Cut 11 Cheese Pizza Seasonal Fresh Fruit
Sub Turkey Pepperoni
Pizza 1% WhitAepMpilelks,, Foarat nFgreese, White
Baked Chips Deli Sandwich nectarMinielks, plums,
Tuna Salad Carrot Sticks
WG Bread, 2 slices Side Salad watermelon, peaches,
Roasted Butternut Menu subbjaencatntoaschange
18
Squash All rolls, breads, and
Veggie Wrap PD DAY tortillas are made with
Side Salad
Schools Closed whole grain.
PD DAY

Schools Closed

Spiral Rotini w/Italian 25 Cheese Pizza Menu is subject change.
Meat Sauce Turkey Pepperoni
Dinner Roll Pizza Daily Available Lunch Nutritionals
Tuna Salad Deli Sandwich
Carrot Sticks Lunch Condiments
WG Bread, 2 slices Side Salad
Veggie Wrap
Broccoli
Side Salad

Sloppy Joe on
WG Hamburger Bun

Tuna Salad
WG Bread, 2 slices

Veggie Wrap
Steamed Carrots

Side Salad

equal opportunity provider.


October 2019 HHA Activities

Tuesday, October 1, 2019 Coach Class Kaplan Monday, October 7, 2019 Gr 6 Northbay Trip
 7:30am - 8am Coach Class Kleine  10/7 - 10/11 Gr 7 Outward Bound Trip
 2:40pm - 3:40pm Session 1 STEAM  10/7 - 10/11 Vision to Learn-every student
 2:40pm - 4pm Coach Class Luthers  10/7-10/23 will receive a vision screening
 2:45pm - 4pm Debate Coach Class Schultz
 2:45pm – 4:30pm Green Leaders  2:40pm - 3:15pm Gr 4 Emerging Scholars
 2:45pm - 5pm Grs 2-5 Soccer  2:40pm - 4:20pm Girls on the Run
 2:45pm - 4:30pm Coach Class Pratta  2:40pm - 4pm Lego WeDo
 2:50pm - 3:30pm Talent Show Auditions  2:40pm - 4pm Coach Class O'Connor
 3pm – 4:30pm Creative Alliance STEAM  2:45pm - 3:30pm MS Girls' and MS Boys'
 3pm - 5pm Flag Football at DuBurns  3pm - 4:15pm Soccer Practice
 3pm - 4pm MS Girls' Soccer Game Junior Girl Scouts
 3:30pm - 4:30pm Cub Scouts  4:30pm - 6pm Brownies & Daisies
 6pm - 7pm Cadettes  4:30pm - 6pm
 6pm - 7pm
Coach Class Ruppenthal Tuesday, October 8, 2019 Coach Class Kaplan
Wednesday, October 2, 2019 Parent Cinema Day
 Gr K Audubon Outward Bound  7:30am - 8am Coach Class Kleine
 7:15am - 8am Student/Parent Meeting  Gr 3 Field Trip Session 1 STEAM
 8am - 9am Gr 2 Emerging Scholars  2:40pm - 3:40pm Coach Class Luthers
 2pm - 2:40pm Girls on the Run  2:40pm - 4pm Debate
Open Doors  2:45pm - 4pm Green Leaders
 2:40pm - 4:20pm Diversity Club  2:45pm – 4:30pm Grs 2-5 Soccer
 2:40pm - 4pm Talent Show Auditions Builders Club
 2:45pm - 4pm  2:45pm - 5pm Coach Class Pratta
 2:50pm - 4pm Coach Class Sparwasser  2:45pm - 4:30pm Creative Alliance STEAM
 3pm - 4:30pm Gr 3 Emerging Scholars  2:50pm - 4pm Flag Football at DuBurns
Lego Simple Machines  2:50pm - 3:30pm MS Girls' Soccer Game
Thursday, October 3, 2019 Grs K-2  3pm - 5pm Cub Scouts
 7:30am - 8am Garden Club Gr 6-8  3pm - 4pm
 2:40pm - 4:20pm Grs 2-5 Soccer  3:30pm - 4:30pm
 2:40pm - 4pm Coach Class Costello  6pm - 7pm
Coach Class Lohrman
 2:45pm - 4pm Spanish Class Wednesday, October 9, 2019 Coach Class Ruppenthal
 2:45pm - 4:30pm Talent Show Auditions
 2:50pm - 3:15pm Creative Alliance STEAM  Gr 3 Field Trip Hispanic Heritage Celebration
 2:50pm - 3:30pm Flag Football at Patterson  7:15am - 8am Gr 2 Emerging Scholars
 2:50pm - 3:50pm Park Girls on the Run
 3pm – 4:30pm PTO Tutti Gusti Night  8am - 10am
 3pm - 5pm MS Boys' Soccer Game  2:40pm - 4:20pm
 3pm - 4pm  2:40pm - 4pm
LGP Community Circle
 3pm - 8pm PTO Movie Night Thursday October 10, 2019
 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Lantern Making Workshop  Qtr 1 Progress Report Sent Home
Friday, October 4, 2019
 8:10am - 9:05am  7:30am - 8am Coach Class Sparwasser
 5:30pm - 7:30pm
 2:40pm - 4:20pm Gr 3 Emerging Scholars
Saturday, October 5, 2019
10am - 12pm  2:40pm - 4pm Lego Simple Machines

2:45pm - 4pm Garden Club Gr 6-8

 2:45pm - 4:30pm Grs 2-5 Soccer

 2:50pm - 3:15pm Coach Class Costello

 2:50pm - 3:30pm Coach Class Lohrman

 2:50pm - 3:50pm Spanish Class

 3pm - 5pm Creative Alliance STEAM

 3pm - 4pm Flag Football at the Park

 3:30pm - 4:30pm MS Boys' Soccer Game

Friday, October 11, 2019 LGP Community

 Purple Friday
 8:10am - 9:05am


Saturday, October 12, 2019 Alumni Homecoming Saturday, October 19, 2019 PTO Marathon Cheer
 10am - 12pm  9:30am - 12pm

Monday, October 14, 2019 Coach Class Schultz Monday, October 21, 2019 Coach Class Schultz
 2:40pm - 3:15pm Gr 4 Emerging Scholars  After School Snack Sale Gr 4 Emerging Scholars
 2:40pm - 4:20pm Girls on the Run  2:40pm - 3:15pm Girls on the Run
 2:40pm - 4pm Lego WeDo  2:40pm - 4:20pm Lego WeDo
 2:40pm - 4pm Coach Class O'Connor  2:40pm - 4pm Coach Class O'Connor
 2:45pm - 3:30pm MS Girls' and MS Boys'  2:40pm - 4pm MS Girls' and MS Boys'
 3pm - 4:15pm Soccer Practice  2:45pm - 3:30p Soccer Practice
Brownies & Daisies  3pm - 4:15pm Junior Girl Scouts
 4:30pm - 6pm PTO Meeting Brownies & Daisies
 6pm - 7pm  4:30pm - 6pm
 4:30pm - 6pm

Tuesday, October 15, 2019 Coach Class Kaplan Tuesday, October 22, 2019 Coach Class Kaplan
 PreK Audubon Coach Class Kleine Conexiones Latinas
 7:30am - 8am Session 1 STEAM  7:30am - 8am Coach Class Kleine
 2:40pm - 3:40pm Coach Class Luthers  8am - 10am Session 1 STEAM
 2:40pm - 4pm Green Leaders  2:40pm - 3:40pm Coach Class Luthers
 2:45pm - 4pm Grs 2-5 Soccer  2:40pm - 4pm Debate
 2:45pm - 5pm Coach Class Pratta  2:45pm - 4pm
 2:45pm - 4:30pm Debate  2:45pm – 4:30pm Green Leaders
 2:50pm - 3:30pm Grs 2-5 Soccer
 2:45pm – 4:30pm Creative Alliance STEAM  2:45pm - 5pm Builders Club Walk
 3pm - 5pm Flag Football at DuBurns  2:45pm - 4:30pm Coach Class Pratta
 3pm - 4pm Musical Preview  2:50pm - 4:15pm Talent Show Rehearsals
 3pm - 4pm MS Girls' Soccer Game  2:50pm - 3:30pm Creative Alliance STEAM
 3:30pm - 4:30pm Mandatory Parent/Student  2:50pm - 4:30pm Flag Football at DuBurns
 5:30pm - 6:30pm Meeting for the  3pm - 5pm MS Girls' Soccer Game
Spring Musical  3pm - 4pm Cub Scouts
 6pm - 7pm Cadettes  3:30pm - 4:30pm
 6pm - 7pm Cub Scouts  6pm - 7pm

Wednesday, October 16, 2019 Wednesday, October 23, 2019 Coach Class Ruppenthal
Schedule for Bee Fit
Bee Fit on Wednesday, October 16, 2019  After School Snack Sale Chat With Matt
Rain date Wednesday, October 23, 2019  PTO Bee Fit Rain date Girls on the Run
8:30-9:30 - PreK  7:15am - 8am Gr 2 Emerging Scholars
9:30-10:30 - Kindergarten Talent Show Rehearsal
10:30-11:30 - Grades 5&6  8:30am - 9:30am
11:30 - 12:30 - Grades 1 & 2  2:40pm - 4pm
12:30-1:30 - Grades 3 & 4  2:40pm - 4:20pm
2 - 2:40 - Grades 7 & 8 - Dismiss from the park  2:50pm - 4:30pm

 7:15am - 8am Coach Class Ruppenthal Thursday, October 24, 2019 Coach Class Sparwasser
 7:30am - 8am Gr 3 Emerging Scholars
 2:40pm - 4:20pm Gr 2 Emerging Scholars  2:40pm - 4:20pm Lego Simple Machines
 2:40pm - 4pm Girls on the Run  2:40pm - 4pm Grs K-2
 2:45pm - 4pm Open Doors Garden Club Gr 6-8
 2:50pm - 4pm Diversity Club  2:45pm - 4pm Grs 2-5 Soccer
 3pm - 4pm School Family Council  2:45pm - 4:30pm Coach Class Costello
 4:30pm - 6:30pm Middle School Dance  2:50pm - 3:15pm Coach Class Lohrman
 2:50pm - 3:30pm Talent Show Rehearsal
Thursday, October 17, 2019  2:50pm - 4:30pm Spanish Class
 School Closed for Professional Development  2:50pm - 3:50pm Creative Alliance STEAM
 3pm - 5pm Flag Football at Patterson
 3pm - 4pm Park
MS Boys' Soccer Game
 3:30pm - 4:30pm

Friday, October 18, 2019

 School Closed for Professional Development

 6pm - 7pm PTO Happy Hour


Friday, October 25, 2019 LGP Community Circle NEED INFORMATION QUICKLY?
 8:10am - 9:05am K Field Trip GO TO WWW.HHA47.ORG.
 9am - 1:45pm PreK Trip
 9am - 1:30pm Talent Show ON OUR WEBSITE, YOU CAN:
 3:30pm - 4:30pm Talent Show
 6pm - 7pm  Check out our school calendar for
Creative Alliance Halloween days off and upcoming events
Saturday, October 26, 2019 Parade
 5:30pm - 8pm  View the latest news magazine
Padres Unidos/Parents  Sign up to receive your information
Monday, October 28, 2019 United
 8am - 9:30am Evacuation Drill - CODE 47 via e-mail
Coach Class Schultz  Find contact info for all of the HHA
 10:10 – 10:30am Gr 4 Emerging Scholars
 2:40pm - 3:15pm Girls on the Run staff
 2:40pm - 4:20pm Lego WeDo  Look up your child’s schedule, green
 2:40pm - 4pm Coach Class O'Connor
 2:40pm - 4pm Brownies & Daisies top assignment, school supplies and
 2:45pm - 3:30pm much more
 4:30pm - 6pm Coach Class Kaplan  Click a link to check out our Facebook
Coach Class Kleine page
Tuesday, October 29, 2019 Session 1 STEAM  Find community resources and so
 Gr 2 Audubon Coach Class Luthers much more!
 7:30am - 8am Debate
 2:40pm - 3:40pm Green Leaders CHECK US OUT AT
 2:40pm - 4pm Grs 2-5 Soccer WWW.HHA47.ORG.
 2:45pm - 4pm Coach Class Pratta
 2:45pm – 4:30pm Creative Alliance STEAM
 2:45pm - 5pm Flag Football at DuBurns
 2:45pm - 4:30pm Cub Scouts
 2:50pm - 3:30pm Cadettes
 3pm - 5pm
 3pm - 4pm Coach Class Ruppenthal
 6pm - 7pm Gr 2 Emerging Scholars
 6pm - 7pm Girls on the Run
Day of the Dead Pot Luck
Wednesday, October 30, 2019
 7:15am - 8am Coach Class Sparwasser
 2:40pm - 4:20pm Gr 3 Emerging Scholars
 2:40pm - 4pm Lego Simple Machines
 6pm - 7:30pm Grs 2-5 Soccer
Coach Class Costello
Thursday October 31, 2019 Coach Class Lohrman
 7:30am - 8am Spanish Class
 2:40pm - 4:20pm Open Doors
 2:40pm - 4pm Creative Alliance STEAM
2:45pm - 4:30pm Flag Football at the Park
 2:50pm - 3:15pm
 2:50pm - 3:30pm
 2:50pm - 3:50pm
 2:45pm - 4pm
 3pm - 5pm
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