Congratulations to the Hazen Union School
Class of 2014 !!
Hazen School Budget Re-Vote: Tuesday, July 29, 2014
Information Meeting: Monday, July 28, 2014 7:00 pm Hazen Auditorium
HAZEN UNION SCHOOL DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS
Summer Meals at Hazen: Nutritious summer meals for kids and teens will be served at Hazen Monday through Friday from 11:45 AM to 12:45 PM beginning on Monday, June 23, through Friday, August 8. There is no eligibility requirement, all are welcome and it is free of charge. Summer meals will also be served at Hardwick Elementary School during the summer from 11:30 AM to 12:15 PM.
We would like to remind all Hazen students that the 3 Behavior
Expectations at our school are that
all students must be Respectful,
Engaged and Safe.
Student Life Insert is IN!!: Bring your yearbook in to Mr. Mitchell and receive the Student Life section for FREE. It looks great!
Interested in a summer camp experience?: Sports , computers, the outdoors? There are many camps available. Scholarships are also often available. See Mike Clark.
SCHOOL BULLETIN BOARD
HIGH SCHOOL HAPPENINGS
National Honor Society: High School student interested in becoming a member of the Hazen National Honor Society for next year should see Mike Clark for information.
Prom 2014 Photos! Check out this link to see photos from Prom 2014! If you would like to view prom photos, go to www.facebook.com/rwphotography802
Students! Visit the Guidance web page and
check out the "Guidance News" Bulletin Board frequently for
information on colleges and careers.
THE WILDCAT'S DEN
For sports schedules and information, please check out the Sports section of our web site
Wildcat Gear! John Sperry, Athletic Director, has Wildcat hoodies and T-shirts available to purchase to show your Wildcat Pride! Hoodies are $25, long-sleeved Ts are $20, and short sleeved Ts are $15. Wildcat gear makes a fabulous
birthday or holiday gift and remember.....these sales support
our Hazen athletic programs. Supplies are limited, so get yours today!
Go Wildcats!! Go Wildcats!! Go Wildcats!!
FACULTY / STAFF ANNOUNCEMENTS
Student Expectations: We would like to remind all Hazen students that the 3 Behavior Expectations at our school are that all students must be Respectful, Engaged and Safe! Please remember to review the Student and Parent Handbook with your parents for more specific information about student responsibilities.
Daily Schedule: The
school day at Hazen Union School begins promptly at 7:50 AM and ends at
2:35 PM. Students are expected to be on time and prepared for the
Student and Parent Handbook: Every Hazen student received a copy of the new Hazen Union School Student and Parent Handbook on the first day of school Parents are also asked to review the student handbook with
their child to insure that there is an understanding of student
expectations and school policies. Questions about the student handbook
may be directed to John Craig, Associate Principal.
Atkins Field Survey: Thanks to all the Hazen students who contributed to the survey conducted by seniors Victoria Foster and Jeremy Ducharme. The results of the survey and your input are available on the Hazen web site at the Parents and Community tab. Check out the Power Point presentation describing the final decision on what Hazen students would like to see at Atkins Field!
Academic Eligibility: A reminder for all students, faculty and staff: Students must have passing grades in all classes to participate in sports and student activities. Grades are reviewed by the Athletic Director each Monday at 8 AM. Any student who has an "F" in any class is considered ineligible and may not participate in sports or activities. Students participating in the Ski and Ride program must have a C or better in every class to be eligible for the weekly trip.
Supplemental Educational Services: as Hazen Union moves into Year 2 School Improvement, it must begin to offer Supplemental Education Services (SES), dedicate resources and offer them until the school makes AYP for two consecutive years and exits school improvement. See attached letter for more details...SES Letter
Hazen Union School continues to serve healthy breakfasts and lunches
for our students. Families are encouraged to complete the application
for free and reduced lunches that will be included in the Information
Packet that students receive on the first day of school. Applications
for the 2013-14 school year should be returned to the Guidance Office by
September 13, 2013. The cost of breakfast is $1.75; lunch for students
is $3.00 and milk is $.50. There is no charge for reduced price breakfast and lunch this year. OSSU Meal Charge Procedure
Parking Passes: Students who drive to school and park a vehicle at Hazen are required to register their vehicle in the Principal's Office and display a Hazen Student Parking Pass. Please see Mrs. Quinn in the Principal's Office to get a registration form. All student vehicles must be registered by November 15 .
Parking Lot Security: Students and staff are reminded that it is important to ALWAYS lock your vehicle when parking on Hazen property. It is disturbing to hear of thefts anywhere in our learning community, however, the school is not responsible for items stolen from an unlocked vehicle. Please be aware, be safe, LOCK your vehicle and always report any suspicious behavior.
Dress Code: Students and parents are asked to review the Dress Code Policy described on page 14 of the Hazen Union School Student and Parent Handbook. While no one wants to be the "fashion police", students are advised that the dress code will be enforced.
Community Service: All students are required to complete 30 hours of community service prior to graduation. For Community Service Certification Forms or ideas of how and where community service projects are available, see Mrs. Quinn in the Principal's Office.
After School Activity Bus: Hazen Union School is pleased to offer an after school Activity Bus on Thursdays. Students staying after school to participate in After School Study Help or another activity will have the option to take the Activity Bus if they don't have transportation home. The bus will run from Hazen to Woodbury, East Hardwick and Greensboro, and Greensboro Bend, dropping students off at convenient locations as needed. Students wishing to take advantage of the Activity Bus can sign up in the front office on Wednesdays. The bus will only come when students are signed up in advance.
Parent Portal: Parents and students can access information on grades, assignment s and attendance records. To access the Parent Portal,obtain your access id and password from Mrs. LaPorte in the Guidance Office at 472-6511 Ext. 2196 or email@example.com.
Once you have the access codes, go to: http//ps.ossu.org/public/ and click on the blue "Create Account" button. Be sure to use the parent access id and password you have obtained from the Guidance Office under the "Link Students to Account" screen.
Student Accident Insurance form for 2013-2014
Hazen Vision 2020 Report : A report and recommendations regarding the development of a school-community vision for the year 2020 is now online.
Survey Results: Here are the results of the school climate and academic/extracurricular survey of parents, students, and teachers.
Hazen Photovoltaics Monitoring Site Our new photovoltaic and hot water systems are now up and running! Click the link to check out how our PV system is doing...
Hazen Union School is proud to sponsor the Tristan Southworth Memorial Scholarship. For more information use this link. Tristan Southworth Memorial Scholarship
NEWS FROM THE PRINCIPAL