January 26 - Science Fair Set up in Media Center
January 27 - Science Fair Judging
PTO General meeting - 5:30 PM Art Room
January 28 - Student Council selling candy grams
January 30 - PTO Family Movie Night 6:00 PM Cafeteria. Parents are required to stay and join the fun. Concessions available to purchase. Fish fry meals for sale to parents to support Chorus.
January 31 - Spirit Day
February 4 - Mid-term Progress Reports
February 11 - Chorus
February 12 - 2nd & 4th Grade Musical
PTO General Meeting
February 13 - Valentine Dance & Movie Night
February 17 - Student Council
February 18 - Chorus
February 23 - Blast from Past Sales Begin
February 24 - Reading Night - Curl Up with a Good Book
February 25 - Chorus
February 27 - Spirit Day
We must have any changes in the way your child goes home by a note to the teacher or call the school at 488-7322.
We stop taking phone changes after 3:00 PM.
DECEMBER FRONT PAGE
DECEMBER BACK PAGE
THE EDEP EXPRESS
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Thursdays, 9:30 AM
during the school year (except the 2 weeks of testing, on holidays, or on Teacher Planning and Early Release days). Please call 488-7322 to secure your spot.
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Under Parent Information for link to
home access to SuccessMaker.
Click Here to log in to the LCS Transportation website for additional information
or call LCS Transportation 488-2636.
Sign in - All volunteers/visitors must sign in at the front office and receive a
volunteer/visitor badge. Please have your picture identification available for scanning.
8:30 AM - 3:50 PM
Before School Supervision - 7:45 AM - 8:30 AM
After School Supervision - 3:50 PM - 4:20 PM
Tardy Time - After 8:30 AM - Please come to the office and get a tardy pass for your child.
For 2 years running, Hartsfield has been recognized as a Green School for its recycling and energy saving measures!
We want to thank our Recy-Cool Crew
from Mr. Trey's Class (2nd-5th graders) for picking up the recyclables every Wednesday!
Through Florida KidCare, the state of Florida offers health insurance for children from birth through age 18, even if one or both parents are working.
Hartsfield School Vision
Members of the Hartsfield School community are committed to becoming self-directed, life-long learners in a nurturing environment, which fosters high expectations, responsibility and respect for others.
For more information about SAC, see the Parent Resource tab above.
PTO is RECYCLING
is collecting Frito-Lay chip bags and aluminum juice pouches to recycle and earn extra money to help offset the cost of some of our events. Please send your recycled bags to the front office or homeroom teacher.
HARTSFIELD'S STUDENT COUNCIL IS COLLECTING BOX TOPS
Look for the Box Tops logo on hundreds of products like Cheerios®, Hamburger Helper® and Kleenex®.
All you need to do is clip the Box Top logo, like the one above, and send to your child’s teacher
START SAVING BOX TOPS FOR HARTSFIELD
PTO Family Movie Night
Friday - January 30 -
Parents are required to stay and join the fun.
Concessions available to purchase.
Fish fry meals for sale to parents to support Chorus. Tickets are $8 each and can be purchased from any chorus student or Ms. Singleton.
Hartsfield has added new garden beds with a grant received last year. A community member generously offered to build these for us. The beds were assembled and filled with soil by Hartsfield and community family members.
Hartsfield received a WeatherSTEM station as part of a $40,000 grant. WeatherSTEM is an integration of weather stations, collected & distributed atmospheric data, & STEM-based curriculum for grades K-12. Superintendant Pons was here to celebrate with us.
Florida State University College of Medicine Outreach Program - SSTRIDE (Science Students Together Reaching Instructional Diversity
The 5th grade students in the STEM/SSTRIDE class used their new found knowledge about the differences in plant and animal cells to complete an "edible cell" lab. The students completed the hands on lab by applying the appropriate organelles (cells parts) to the type of cell they had. The students used Venn Diagrams and class notes to ensure the correct organelles were present in their "edible cell". After comparing and contrasting both the organelles present and the function of those organelles, the STEM/SSTRIDE students went to each of the other grades on campus, and shared their lab creations with the students and teachers there.
STUDENT ART WORK
Click here to see more artwork.
Hartsfield's Innovative Programs for 2014-2015
We are excited to share our innovative programs for the 2014-2015 school year. Most of the programs listed are not new but have been re-envisioned with the interests and talents of our students in mind.
Gifted and Talented Enrichment
Hartsfield Technology Class
Student Editions of the Hawk Talk
For Information about each of these programs,
MUSIC USA Choral Champions
The Hartsfield Chorus brought
home five trophies
1st Place in Show Choir
1st Place in Concert Choir
2 outstanding vocalist awards
Overall Grand Champion Choral Division Award in Elementary and Middle School
Congratulations Ms. Singleton and Hartsfield Chorus
Fairview Middle School
IB Prep Magnet Program Open House
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Location: Fairview Middle School
Tour the Fairview campus, meet the IB teachers, and learn more about the IB Prep.
SUPERINTENDANT PONS AT HARTSFIELD CELEBRATING THE HALF WAY TO ONE MILLION BOOKS READ!
Superintendant Pons, AP Williams, Principal Van Camp, Ms. Tapley, Ms. Roy, and Ms. Howard.
Superintendant Pons reads to the students.
Martin Luther King, Jr.
Positive Dreamers and Doers
Ke'Ariya Thomas and Jady Newman
Please join us in celebrating the two students who will be recognized at the annual MLK breakfast. They were selected by their teachers and principal for representing Dr. King's ideals.
Teacher of the Year, Nancy Oakley
Glenn-Howell Distinguished Educator, Michael Landrum
School Related Employee, Nikki Glenn
2014-2015 Hartsfield Spelling Bee Winners
Jamarion Gavin-Alternate, AP Ava Williams, Steven Mora-Finalist
The Hartsfield PTO
First Annual Donation Campaign
Our goal is to raise $5,000 to help fund field trips, supply our new mobile science lab, and bring science and cultural activities to every classroom at Hartsfield.
We have raised over $2,000—Please help us reach the goal!
Download and return the donation form
and your donation to the front office.
Link to Form
Information regarding schedules and grades can be located by logging into the Parent Portal. This tool enhances communication between home and school to help students reach their educational goals. Please visit this site often and view our ongoing tutorial series and parent guides. We will continue to develop more resources for you!
Parent Portal Sign In
2014-2015 EDEP Information Packet
2014-2015 Fee Schedule
2014-2015 EDEP Registration Form
For more information, see the Parent Resources tab above.
WELCOME to your school’s journey to health and wellness through the use of 95210 strategies. Click on the links below for further information.
A Guide to 9-5-2-1-0
The Activity Pyramid
95210 Surveys for Schools, Students, Parents
Please utilize the online links below
for your post-test electronic surveys.
95210 Teacher Post-Test
Annual School Evaluations
Classroom Post Test and Checklist