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Brett WilleJune 11, 2015

Hello Hidden River Families!

The end of the school year is upon us and I don't think I can recall a school year that seemed to go by so quickly as this one. This time of year is one of celebration, reflection, and certainly a little anticipation for the summertime rest and relaxation that is just around the corner. This week on Tuesday morning we held our annual Honor Roll Breakfast, honoring all of our high-achieving students from this year and several 8th graders that have had outstanding commitment to their educaon over their 3 years here at HRM. We had 114 students this year remain on the honor roll with a 3.5 GPA or higher for the entire school year, which is awesome! That's over 25% of our students achieving at a high level, 14 more than we had last school year. We also recognized 15 "Top Hawk" students with a 4.0 GPA for all of this school year and 13 "All Star" 8th graders that have been on the honor roll all 3 years here at HRM. What a huge impact all of these amazing students have had on our school as they set a high academic example for the rest of the students to follow, in addition to being great examples with their behavior and leadership. This week on Thursday we also will be recognizing many other students at our awards assembly … students
receiving different awards for their participation and success in Band, WEB, Drama, etc. This is another great time for us as we celebrate our students that have gone above and beyond to get involved and make a difference here. We are so proud of all these students being recognized …. way to go Hawks!

I also want to wish our 8th graders a happy farewell as they head off to high-school life. This 8th grade class has been wonderful and I couldn't think of a better group of students to lead our school as I begin my own leadership here at Hidden River. These kids have made some wonderful memories here and
have certainly had a positive impact on our school. From their amazing Drama production this year, their successful performances in Band, their positive impact in starting our WEB program, to their successes in sports and academics … these students are leaving their mark on Hidden River and we are so grateful for
the opportunity we had to see them through their middle school years. A special congratulations are in order for Thomas Cripe and Darian Smith, our 2014-15 Hawks of the Year. These students were chosen by the faculty for being the best models of our Core Values here at Hidden River. Their Positive Attitude,
Integrity, Respect, Commitment, and service to their Community have stood out among the rest, and they are being honored and recognized as top examples of what we believe are critical values, not only in school but in life. Way to go Thomas and Darian! Finally, we have one Principal Award winner this year,
Nicole Martin, who has maintained a 4.0 for all of her time here at HRM. What an amazing accomplishment and example of perseverance and commitment, … way to go Nicole!

It's been a wonderful 1st year for me at Hidden River … the staff, students, and parents here have been unbelievable and I look forward to many years to come. Enjoy a restful summer and we'll see many of you back here in September!

Brett Wille
Principal
360-804-4100

Attendance Hotline: 360-804-4101

Hidden River Middle School
9224 Paradise Lake Road
Snohomish, WA 98296-7145

Phone: 360-804-4100
Toll Free: 1-800-282-7818
Fax: 360-804-4199

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

Daily Bulletin
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September: 09-11-14, 09-25-14

October: 10-09-14, 10-23-14

November: 11-06-14, 11-20-14

December: 12-04-14, 12-18-14

January: 01-08-15, 01-22-15

February: 02-05-15, 02-19-15

March: 03-05-15, 03-19-15

April: 04-02-15, 04-16-15

May: 04-30-15, 05-14-15, 05-28-15

June: 06-11-15

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2014-2015 Officers are:

  • President:
    • Kim Cripe
  • Co-Vice President:
    • Lisa Terry
    • Corinne Barinaga
  • Co-Secretary:
    • Jamie Tuthill
    • Terri Klemmer
  • Treasurer:
    • Tracey Nordby

 

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Staff Telephone Directory

NAME (e-mail) ASSIGNMENT
WEB SITE ADDRESS
Aaby, Judy Athletic Secretary  
Baker, Sarah Paraeducator  
Bean, Katie Art  
Bell, Jill Food Services  
Bennett, Tara 6th Grade Humanities
Bircher, Mark PE  
Brady, Brena Paraeducator  

Bustamante, Sherah

Nurse  
Cavigli, Victoria 6th & 7th Grade Math  
Chickering, Suzanne Band
Christian, Mary Paraeducator  
Cizek, Janice 6th Grade, Math
Cloute, Heather 8th Grade Humanities, Health
Delp, Joe Assistant Principal  
Depner, Stan Custodian  
Fordham, Jennifer 6th Grade Humanities, 7th Grade Science
Glover, Jayme Psychologist  
Gnojewski, Carol 7th Grade Humanities, Digitools
Haberlack, Tamara 6th & 7th Grade Science
Hannan, Steve PE/Health
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
Ligman, Karen Paraeducator  
Oestreich, Robin 8th Grade Humanities
Oldfield, Scott 6th & 8th Grade Science  
Overturf, Karen Custodian  
Pape, Ciara Paraeducator  
Schelfhout, Deborah Assistant Secretary  
Simeoni, Michelle Counselor
Smith, Janet Paraeducator  
Spivey, Michelle 8th Grade Humanities
Svee, Traci Learning Specialist  
Tellez, Maria Custodian  
Turner, Stephanie Speech & Language  
Valluzzi, Holly 6th Grade Humanities
Waller, Colin 7th & 8th Grade Math, Robotics
Wille, Brett Principal  
Wiseman, Angela Nurse  
Witruk, Tanya Learning Specialist  
Yingling, Kathi Assistant Secretary  
Yunker, Rebecca Learning Specialist
Yusko, Shauna Librarian  


Vision

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"     
   Have a Positive Attitude
   Act with Integrity
   Wholehearted Respect       
   Keep our Commitments
   Serve our Community