Hidden River Middle School
March 19, 2015
In 2 weeks we will have completed the second winter season for middle school athletics. Middle school wrestlers have represented the combined HRM/PPM schools very well. Currently our Varsity and J.V. wrestlers have only had two team defeats for the season. The girls basketball team has had limited success in the W-L column, but they have progressed as a team and their spirit and hard work have been evident throughout the season. Nice job Lady Hawks!
The last season of the 14/15 school year begins with track and field practice
beginning Monday March 30. This is a combined program with PPM/HRM 7th and 8th graders. If your child has participated in a sport this school year then they should be ready to go with their paperwork. If this is the first sport of the year then they need to complete the athletic packet and have a current physical. Pay to play fee is $55, and a current ASB is needed. This is a no-cut sport so all students make the team and participate after they have completed 10 mandatory practices. We hope to see many students out at track!
A couple of notes about student behavior and testing … we have had a rise in
behavior issues over the last few weeks. Student accountability for the behaviors has resulted in class meetings where we outline and remind students about the behavioral expectations. Mr. Wille and I have met with all classes and have emphasized the core values of Hidden River Middle, encouraging students to do the right thing and do their part in making this school a better place. As for testing, we begin the Smarter Balanced testing over the next several weeks. Parents, please emphasize that your students get adequate rest, feed their brain each morning with a healthy breakfast, and remind them to do their best. This requires that each student take the test seriously, come prepared to learn, and allow other students the time and quite testing atmosphere that everyone deserves.
Last, but certainly not least, a big “Shout Out” goes to the Maltby and Hidden River PTO for their work with the fund raiser spaghetti feed, silent auction, bingo and card night on Saturday, March 14. Our schools are lucky to have such a hardworking and diligent group of volunteers supporting all the students at our schools. Thank you for your time and effort!
Joe Delp, Assistant Principal/Athletic Director
Attendance Hotline: 360-804-4101
Hidden River Middle School
9224 Paradise Lake Road
Snohomish, WA 98296-7145
Toll Free: 1-800-282-7818
School Hours: 7:50 a.m. to 2:20 p.m.
Attendance Hotline: 360-804-4101
Brett Wille, Principal
Joe Delp, Assistant Principal
Liz Holton, Secretary
Deborah Schelfhout, Attendance Secretary
Kathi Yingling, ASB, Counseling Secretary
Judy Aaby, Athletic Secretary
Michelle Simeoni, Counselor
Our community offers many opportunities for youth to enrich learning, Monroe Public Schools publishes notices from not-for-profit groups offering such activities on this website under Community Notices. Paper copies are often also available in the main office at our schools.
Other HRMS links:
- ASB Reports
- Bell Schedules
- Bus Stops for Hidden River
- 2014-15 Middle School Curriculum Guide
- Hidden River Hawks Online Store
- How Are We Doing?
- Learning Improvement Plan
- Lista sugerida de útiles escolares
- Make Your Day (revised)
- Middle School Express Bus Stops
- QPS Store
- Report Card
- Report Card - districtwide
- Safe Schools Alert Flyer
- School Schedules
- Suggested School Supply List
- State Guaranteed Education Tuition Program
- Student - Family Handbook
- 2013-14 Student Fees
- Teacher webpages
- Tools for Parents
- Continue summer learning
Important Notice About Internet Safety
The best way to protect children from online harm is to keep computers in a family area of the home. Visibility allows parents to look over the students' shoulders without being too oppressive. Young children should have a parental chaperone whenever they are on the Internet. Two sites that discuss these issues and offer advice can be found at www.safekids.com and www.safeteens.com.
Hyperlinks to staff web sites (located on the Staff page) are provided for student and parent convenience, and all staff web sites are hosted by external Internet service providers. Monroe Public Schools assumes no liability for content contained on external service provider sites. Filtering software from one of the providers listed below is recommended to prevent unauthorized access to sites beyond the District's control.
Voicemail: 360.804.2998 ext 4195
2014-2015 Officers are:
- Kim Cripe
- Co-Vice President:
- Lisa Terry
- Corinne Barinaga
- Jamie Tuthill
- Terri Klemmer
- Tracey Nordby
For the most current calendar of events, watch for the weekly Hidden River Headlines.
Dialing 360-804-2998 accesses staff voice mailboxes.
The search option lets families use their telephone keypad to enter the teacher's name to be connected to the voicemail system to leave a message.
WEB SITE ADDRESS
|Aaby, Judy||Athletic Secretary|
|Bell, Jill||Food Services|
|Bennett, Tara||6th Grade Humanities|
|Cavigli, Victoria||6th & 7th Grade Math|
|Cizek, Janice||6th Grade, Math|
|Cloute, Heather||8th Grade Humanities, Health|
|Delp, Joe||Assistant Principal|
|Fordham, Jennifer||6th Grade Humanities, 7th Grade Science|
|Gnojewski, Carol||7th Grade Humanities, Digitools|
|Haberlack, Tamara||6th & 7th Grade Science|
|Holton, Liz||Lead Secretary|
|Kirk, Christina||7th Grade Humanities, Digitools|
|Koon, Alison||6th & 8th Grade Science|
|Lampers, Cynthia||7th Grade Humanities|
|Larson, Joe||6th & 8th Grade Math, Algebra|
|Lendy, Curtis||Learning Specialist|
|Oestreich, Robin||8th Grade Humanities|
|Oldfield, Scott||6th & 8th Grade Science|
|Schelfhout, Deborah||Assistant Secretary|
|Spivey, Michelle||8th Grade Humanities|
|Svee, Traci||Learning Specialist|
|Turner, Stephanie||Speech & Language|
|Valluzzi, Holly||6th Grade Humanities|
|Waller, Colin||7th & 8th Grade Math, Robotics|
|Witruk, Tanya||Learning Specialist|
|Yingling, Kathi||Assistant Secretary|
|Yunker, Rebecca||Learning Specialist|
Our Purpose at Hidden River is to to create an environment that ensures ALL students learn the necessary skills , from academic to citizenship, to be successful in middle school and beyond.
"OUR KIDS, OUR COMMUNITY"
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