Hawk Talk 9/30

Grade-Level Newsletters Grade-level newsletters are published monthly, and contain a digest of all the things your students are learning in class. Please use this information to help support your students with school, and to help fuel dinner table discussions! 6thContinue Reading

Hawk Talk 9/23

Monday (10/3) – Anything but a Backpack Day (students will bring any item except a backpack to carry school supplies in like, a wagon, briefcase, trashcan, etc.) Students will not be permitted to use the school elevators and must beContinue Reading

Hawk Talk 9/16

“What in the world is going on with my child?” Understanding the Middle School and Teenage Brain An informational presentation to help you understand what is going on in the body and brain of your middle school student. Spanish interpretiveContinue Reading

Hawk Talk 9/9

Back to School Night – 9/15 5-7pm This year, Back To School Night will be held on September 15th, from 5-7pm. This will be an opportunity for the students and parents to ask questions, meet the staff, socialize, as wellContinue Reading

Hawk Talk 9/2

Early Release Reminder Here at Hill, we take every other Wednesday as a half day in order for our teachers and staff to plan collectively, prepare efficiently for upcoming events, participate in professional learning and align our school community toContinue Reading

Hawk Talk 8/26

Free & Reduced Lunch Forms ALL families should complete this application, since lunch is no longer free for the 22-23 school year AND Hill Campus receives budget funds based on the number of families that submit the application, not onContinue Reading

22-23 SY: 1st Hawk Talk 8/19

First Day, First Week Reminder:  Monday is the first day of school, and we are eagerly awaiting your students! The school day is 8:10am until 3:10 pm. The first bell rings at 8:05 am, and students can be dropped offContinue Reading

Hawk Talk 8/11

Cell Phone Policy At Hill, it is a priority for all of our students to focus on their education and develop their social skills as they are engaged in learning throughout the school day.  Therefore, cell phones must be completelyContinue Reading