December 5 - 5th Grade Spelling Bee - 9:00 AM in the Cafeteria
December 6 - Friday Chorus 7:45-8:25 AM
PTO Blue Pop Day
December 7 - Saturday, Winter Festival Parade Performance Chorus
Call Time - 3:15 PM
Performance - 4:00 PM
December 9 - Final Rehearsal for Concert - Time TBA
December 9- 13 - Book Fair during school hours
December 10 - Chorus Holiday Concert 6:00 PM
Book Fair Family Night until 8:00 PM
December 16 - Science Fair Project set up
December 17 - Student Council
Science Fair judging
PTO General Meeting with 1st and 3rd grade performance
December 18 - Early Release 12:20
December 19 - Early Release 12:20
December 20 - Early Release 12:20
End of 2nd 9 weeks
December 23-31 - Winter Holidays NO SCHOOL
January 1-3 - Winter Holidays NO SCHOOL
January 6 - Teacher Planning Day NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS
January 7 - Students return
January 8 - SAC
January 10 - Spirit Day
January 15 - Report Cards go home
January 16 - Awards Ceremony
January 17 - Spirit Day
January 20 - Martin Luther King Holiday NO SCHOOL
January 21 - Student Council
January 22 - Chorus 3:00 - 4:30
January 24 - Spirit Day
January 28 - 2nd and 4th grade program
January 29 - Chorus 3:00-4:40
January 31 - 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 2:00 PM.
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Leon County School
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 - 2:50 PM
Before School Supervision - 7:45 AM - 8:30 AM
After School Supervision - 2:50 PM - 3:20 PM
Tardy Time - After 8:30 AM - Please come to the office and get a tardy pass for your child.
LCS WEEKLY WELLNESS TIP
Take More Steps!
One easy way to reduce your risk of several common health concerns: Take more steps every day.
See more on Parent Resource page
under Parent Information.
"GIVE WITH TARGET"
and make money for Hartsfield!
Target is giving schools $25 for every 25 votes through their "Give with Target" Facebook application. We need all of our parents and students, if they are on Facebook, to vote for our school!
Each Facebook account can vote
once per week.
HARTSFIELD'S STUDENT COUNCIL IS COLLECTING BOX TOPS & ALUMINUM JUICE POUCHES TO RECYCLE
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 and save juice pouches such as Capri Suns to earn money for Hartsfield.
START SAVING BOX TOPS AND JUICE POUCHES FOR HARTSFIELD
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
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.
Leon Family Fitness is made possible thanks to support from The FSU College of Medicine and Leon County Schools.
Leon County School web page.
Leon County School Calendar 2012-2013. School Board adopted 1/24/2012
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.
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
Click on the link below to print out the supply list for your student.
Items Needed for
- 2 Proofs of Residency (one must be a legal form - homestead exemption, lease/purchase agreement or warranty deed. The other can be a utility bill, driver’s license, etc…)
- Certified Copy of the Birth Certificate
- Physical – signed by a doctor and less than a year old (gold form you get from doctor)
- Proof of Immunizations (blue or white form you get from doctor) – includes the chicken pox vaccine
- Social Security Number
Bruster’s Blue Ice Pop Day
Friday, December 6
Pops will be $2.00 each
and the money is due
Tuesday, December 3.
Bruster's Blue Ice Pop Day will be the first Friday of every month!
Please support Hartsfield PTO. Thanks!
HAMS, HAMS, WHO NEEDS A HOLIDAY HAM?
PTO is taking orders for smoked Boston butt hams through December 12 with pick up on December 18. Only 150 hams will be available for purchase, and they are selling fast. Each ham is eight pounds and will cost $30 (prepaid). The Tallahassee Lions Club is donating their time and cooking talent, so all proceeds will go directly to the PTO. PTO sponsors field trips, underwrites the Fall Carnival and Fitness Festival, provides funds for the 5th grade celebration, and so much more.
These hams make a great gift!
The Golden Plate Awards
The Golden Plate Awards for best behavior in the Cafeteria went to the following classrooms:
Ms. Duclos, Ms. Howard, Ms. Harvey, Ms. Lozowski, Ms. Clark, Ms. Cosenza, Ms. Mathis, Mr. Hale and Ms. Gammons. Each class room will receive an ice cream party.
Read All About it!
The first edition of Hawks Time to Shine is
now on sale in the front office. This paper is written entirely by Hartsfield students!
The money will be used to buy new picnic tables.
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.
Hartsfield Students Enjoyed a
Family Day at FSU Museum
Thank You FAMU Athletes
Student athletes from FAMU were here at Hartsfield to be Lunch Buds to our students. They are coming 5 more times this semester.
Parent Workshops Information
Under Parent Resource Tab
Under Parent Information
Do You have a
High School Student?
Saturday Morning Physics is program at Florida State University
which serves to introduce local high school students and interested adults to current
research topics in the physical sciences, by those actively doing research.
The goal is to educate, entertain, and inspire. The program is entirely funded
by Florida State, and is offered as a community service at no cost to the participants.
Click here for a flyer 1 and
Click here for flyer 2
Florida Sunshine State Reader
Click Here for a copy of the Florida Sunshine State reader award reading for 2013-2014.
Is it a bird or a plane? No, it is a "Super Hero"
from our Enrichment Group in our Afterschool Program
They made the costumes themselves
(cape, mask, shield, armbands).
The students are in K-2.
Looks like fun Ms. Rosati!
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!
Click on the link below to
view the Hawk Talk.
A Cool Place to Discover
Monday, Dec. 9th - Friday, Dec. 13
Open during school hours
8:30 AM - 2:30 PM
Hartsfield Media Center
Tuesday, Dec 10 - open until 8:00 PM
MANY DISCOUNT BOOKS
STARTING AT 50¢
CHORUS HOLIDAY CONCERT
Tuesday, Dec 10 - 6:00 PM
Backstage at the Ballet!
Sunday, December 8
Backstage at the Ballet is a fun and educational event designed to experience the inner workings of a classical ballet company and is open to all ages.
This peek behind the curtain includes watching company rehearsal for the upcoming production of The Nutcracker, a tour of our costume shop, and taking a mini dance class.
Click here for more information.
VISITOR AT HARTSFIELD
Maestro Darko Butorac, the new director of the Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra came to visit one of our 5th grade classes.
All 5th grade students will be attending the Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra concert titled: "Holiday Magic" on
Friday, December 13, 2013.
VISITOR AT HARTSFIELD
Casanova Nurse the Chief Meteorologist for WTXL in Tallahassee, stopped by and spent the morning with the fifth grade. He shared information about tornadoes, chasing storms, and general weather information. Mr. Nurse shared new information, and helped us to recall some information that we already knew from our Imagine It! story.
Overall, the fifth grade had a great morning listening to, and learning from one of our local TV celebrities.
Friday, Dec. 6, 2013
5:30 - 7:30 PM
Special Guest includes:
Lorinne M. Myatt
Certified ZUMBA® Instructors
Help support the Hartsfield Chorus
PLEASE Buy a ZUMBA ticket
CLICK HERE for more information.
Our students walked to collect money to raise money for Field Trip bus rental.
The goal is $500.
On Friday, November 1 our students walked a total of 3,323 laps around a big Leon County Schools bus during their special area time to demonstrate their support in raising money for field trip bus money. An empty plastic baggie went home with each student. Please fill it with any loose change you can find (maybe even a dollar or so) – check your car seats and those sofa cushions! All money received will be used to fund bus rentals and a small portion will be donated to the Leon County School Foundation so other schools can ride!
THANK YOU STUDENTS!
See link under Parent Resources,
Under Parent Information for link to
home access to SuccessMaker.
The student Parent Portal is a good tool for Elementary students
The video ”Getting to know the Pinpoint Interface” can be found by clicking here.
Student User Guides can be
found by clicking here.
STUDENT ART WORK
Click here to see more artwork.
2013 Blast from the Past DVDs on sale for $5.00
All proceeds go to
Please see Mrs. Singleton for pickup.
PTO is Recycling
is collecting Frito-Lay chip bags 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.
WHO: boys and girls, K5 - 6th Grade
WHEN: weekly, January - March 2014
WHERE: 1st Baptist Church of Tallahassee
Tallahassee First Church of the Nazarene
COST: $80 per child before November 9 ($100 after November 9)
Click here for more information.
HARTSFIELD IN PINK!
Paint the Town Pink
Faculty and Staff wore pink to raise awareness of breast cancer.
In an effort to improve system practices, Leon County School District is conducting a Parent Survey. We value your opinion and ask that you take the time to complete this survey.
In order to complete the survey, please go to: http://www.advanc-ed.org/survey/public/2032475 .
Please be assured that your responses to this survey will be anonymous. Your honest opinion is appreciated. Thank you for your time and attention to this matter.
If you have any questions about this survey, please contact Ava Williams at email@example.com or 850-488-7322
Hartsfield's Innovative Programs for 2013-2014
We are excited to share our innovative programs for the 2013-2014 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, click here.
Important Information for the EDEP Afterschool Program