HILLS HAPPENINGS for 03/13/17
March 13-17 Parent Teacher Conference Week
Students are dismissed at 12:30 every day this week!
PARKING LOT UPDATE – BEGINS MONDAY, MARCH 13th
To ease the flow of traffic in/out of our driveway before school, we are asking that no one park in the four spots along the front sidewalk before 8:00 a.m.
To ease the flow of traffic in/out of our driveway after school, we are asking that no one park in the four spots along the front sidewalk between 2:15-2:45pm. (12:15 – 12:45 on Wednesdays and everyday this week, March 13-17.)
Invention Showcase – forms are due Wednesday, March 15th
Is your child a problem solver? Have them consider problems they or someone they know faces. Have them think of an invention to solve the problem and enter it in the Invention Showcase! If they want to, they can make a working model of their idea, otherwise a model just showing what it would look like is fine. They will also make a three-panel poster of their work on the invention and write up the inventor’s log telling about the process of making the invention. If this sounds fun, fill out the “Intent to Invent” form that went home in the Wednesday folder and return it to your classroom teacher. If you missed the deadline don’t worry, the deadline has been extended until March 15. When your child returns the form, they will get a packet with all the detailed information they need to enter their idea in the Invention Showcase.
Less than 20 more days to buy your Child’s Yearbook.
Save yourself the hassle of trying to document your child’s 2016-2017 school year, and buy the famous Del Mar Hills Yearbook for $30. This book is chock-full of beautiful memories from the
Ice Cream Social to the Talent show, and it is created by our very own student Yearbook Club! Don’t miss this opportunity to purchase one! Yearbook sales end March 31.
Click here to purchase. Use order number 20177 or type in Del Mar Hills in the school section.
Weds. March 15th- Jump Rope for Heart
All Surfriders will be participating in Jump Rope for Heart which is a program from the American Heart Association that teaches students throughout the country about heart health, helping others through service projects, and making a difference in people’s lives. The students will jump with their buddy classes at designated times in the morning. Look for the flyer that should have come home in the Wednesday folders for more details.
PTA General Membership Meeting Date Change:
This is notice that the date of the next General Membership PTA Meeting where the 2017-2018 Executive Board will be presented for a vote has changed. It was previously listed as Tuesday, April 4, 2017 at 8 a.m. It is now Tuesday, April 25, 2017 at 8 a.m. It will follow our next Pancake Breakfast!
We need Your Support of STEAM+
The Del Mar Schools Education Foundation (DMSEF) needs your help. As we begin our final spring fundraising campaign to support STEAM+, the DMSEF is in need of volunteers to help with various events at the Hills. If you have some time to help, please contact Natanya Shiah firstname.lastname@example.org or Libby Hellman email@example.com – your DM Hills volunteer parent representatives. Thank you!
PTA Reflections update:
Congratulations! The following SurfRiders recently won awards for having some of the judges’ favorite artworks in all of San Diego and Imperial Counties at the Ninth District PTA Reflections gala.
-Noah Hill, Award of Merit, Photography
-Portia Perry, Award of Merit, Visual Arts
-Cambree Bigelow, Honorable Mention, Photography
-Netta Sánchez, Honorable Mention, Dance
Detective Kids has been postponed
The Detective Kids event that was scheduled for March 15 and 16 has been postposed.
Del Mar Hills Employees of the Year:
Congratulations to Mrs. Chelsea Moore for being named Del Mar Hills Teacher of the year and Mr. Jose Luis Casas for Del Mar Hills Classified employee of the year! These two make our great school a happy place to be!
Thank you to Brooke Beros, Sandra Hoyle, Jeannie Thomas, Juli Oh, Jennifer Hill, Stephanie Mansolino, Stephanie Bryson, Jennifer Perry, Mrs. Weidmann, Mrs. Wheeler, and Ms. Lerner for making our kindergarten tours such a success!