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School Doors Open at 7:20am

Morning Bell:  7:40 am

Tardy Bell: 7:45 am

1st Lunch (K-2):

11:15am - 11:45am

2nd Lunch (3-5):

12:00pm - 12:30pm

Dismissal:  2:40 pm

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2018-2019 HIES STUDENT HANDBOOK

Attendance Policy

Students have 2 days after an absence to bring in a valid excuse note. After 2 days, the absence will remain Unexcused.
TARDIES: After the 4th unexcused tardy, the student will have closed lunch. After the 5th, the student will be assigned after school detention.

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Our Mission, through shared responsibility, is to prepare each child to graduate so they can become a productive citizen.

 

Our school will be a place where students learn, grow, and progress while immersed in rigorous, relevant curriculum delivered by utilizing local, cultural, and historical resources.

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COVID 19 ANNOUNCEMENTS

We Miss You!!  And LOVE you all !!

 

 

There are bins set up in our lobby for packet drop-off.  You may visit any weekday from 9:00-1:00.  

 

Park and Learn at HIES is open for business!!  Free WiFi in the parking lot each day from 7 AM to 8 PM.  If you still need a device, please call the office.  We can help!

 

Check out the Video Announcements (titled by date) on the right side of the Homepage underneath the Calendar. 

 

PICTURES:  Individual proofs may be picked up at school during business hours. You may mail your orders directly to the photographer or return them to school by May 26 and I will do a bulk mailing.  Class pictures are ready and will be available soon.  If you mail directly, make sure to include your return address so they will get back to you.

 

YEARBOOK:  We are creating a yearbook for the 2019-20 school year.  Hope to have it ready by August.  You may submit pictures of remote learning experiences to al.roberson@carteretk12.org 

 

BAND:  5th Graders - DEMS Band Sign-ups begin the week of May 4th.  Check your email for more information.  Here are some helpful resources:

Instrument Demonstration:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CCTeSjpDsIs&feature=youtu.be

Fuller's Music Info:  https://drive.google.com/file/d/1TLDb10-FsmKD-aA3gPB_j-ZXy86LH9Tu/view

Recruitment Video:  https://drive.google.com/file/d/1d9-0vT3QP-ZrUK266q8oU00uWDkBsN77/view

Sign-up Form:  https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScfbWPzrAQPoXuTp-oArtbDUWlqQhjYHHtEmppajgXTI5NAZQ/closedform

Band Materials List:  https://docs.google.com/document/d/10ZV_rifQJaqO-ljfJuYxMQX5C7rY_rXKJNDBA3VMOaI/edit

 

 

BIRTHDAYS:  Happy Birthday to Jaxon G. on Sunday!   

 

Camp Noah at The Bridge Down East is still on for this summer (August 3-7)  Here is the website for more info.  https://www.lssmn.org/campnoah/

 

Our goal in our virtual learning is to learn, practice, and master skills at students' grade level to prepare for the future.  It's not about getting good grades, but learning concepts by doing work with fidelity.  

 

MEALS:  Meal delivery will end after Friday, April 3.  Meals will still be available at Smyrna Elementary School for pick-up Monday-Friday from 11:00AM - 1:00PM.

Online Resources for Designated Learning Days

Below are "How to" pages to help navigate the online resources during our Designated Learning Days.  This will be updated frequently.

 

Virtual Learning Days Parent and Student Resources

How to Access Google Apps at Home (when using a personal device)

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HIES Webmaster:

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DONATION STATION

If you would like to help, here are a few ways.

 

1. Donate STEM supplies.  We are always accepting items to build stuff with:  pipe cleaners, popsicle sticks, toothpicks, dowel rods, bins for storage, blocks, cups, ziplock bags, cardboard, paper towel rolls, Legos, etc.

2. Game system (like Nintendo, X-box, Playstation) for our PBIS reward room!

3. Prizes for our weekly PBIS drawing.  New or unused items that we can use as weekly prizes for our kids who are Respectful, Responsible, and Safe.

4. Plants and soil for our sign. 

5. We will be creating a "tinker station" in STEM class.  Looking for things that we can take apart and fix or figure out how it works.  Gladly accepting broken stuff that might serve this purpose.  Thanks