A Message from the Principal
Have you ever wished that there were more hours in a day? Ok, maybe how about wishing that you had more hours to do everything that was on your “to do” list. There is always so much to do and we often wonder where the time went. My motto, “Tomorrow will come and if it doesn’t, then it becomes someone else’s “to do.” Don’t stress over it, what can you do about it anyway? Yes, the month of October is almost over and seems as though it just got here! Daylight savings time will come to an end in just two short weeks.
Parents, as we wrap up our PTO World’s Finest Candy Sale, we still have quite a few dollars that are outstanding. Please bring or send monies in if you have not done so. We also invite you to our PTO/SIC monthly meeting scheduled for this coming Monday, October 24th at 5:30pm. We are still in need of officers for our SIC group. Please consider joining us.
This morning, Ms. Angela O’Neal, a rep for Coach Dawn Staley’s non-profit organization helped us kick of an initiative “Educate My Sole” here at “The Park” that involves 2nd -5th grade students. Our students will have an opportunity to win over 200 FREE pairs of tennis shoes just for being responsible students, reading, and coming to school on time!! Be sure to ask your child about it.
We will be celebrating Red Ribbon Week next week. Ms. James has a week of fun activities planned so I am sure you will be hearing about these events from your children. Our students will pledge to be drug free and join in the excitement. They will also get to participate in costume day next Friday. Just a reminder that students should not wear face painting nor dye their hair. Candy treats should not be sent to school. Thanks for adhering to our rules that attempts to prevent disruption of the instructional day.
As we prepare for our Veterans’ Day celebration, we are looking forward to getting your pictures for our Veterans’ Wall of Honor. Please send in pictures of family members that have served in the Armed Forces. On the back of the picture, or on a sheet of paper, include the person’s name, branch of service in which they served, number of years and the student’s name here at Hyatt Park. The display will be located in the main entrance so that families may be able to enjoy it. It is not too early to make plans now to attend our Veterans’ Day Assembly which will be on Thursday, November 10th at 8:30am. Any member of your family is welcome to attend.
Report cards will be coming home on Tuesday, October 25th. This is a good time to set expectations for your child(ren) for the remainder of the school year. We need your support!
Please come in to volunteer whenever you can, we’d love to have you.
We are Hyatt Park and our “Mission is Possible!”
Dell Brabham, Principal
Hyatt Park Mission
We are Hyatt Park and we strive to foster respect, cultivate obedience, inspire academic
achievement, and promote personal and community responsibility for all of our students.