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Monday February 17th - No School- Presidents Day

Tuesday February 18th: No School for Students- Staff PD Day

Thursday February 20th: Middle School Musical

Friday February 21st: Progress Reports 6:30 PM MS Musical

Friday February 21st 6:30 PM Middle School Musical

Monday February 24th - 5:30 School Governnace Meeting

Friday, Feb 28th- African American History Month Presentation produced by the HMTCA Black Student Union

Wednesday,March 4th: Early Release for District PD

Tuesday, March 10: PTO mtg

Monday, March 16th: SGC

Friday, March 20th: End of Marking Period 3

Wednesday, March 25 SAT / PSAT Dat

Announcements:









Magnet Lottery!

Parents- please encourage your friends and family to enter the RSCO Lottery for a chance to enroll for the 2020-21 schoolyear. Largest number of openings are for incoming 6th graders. If you have any local youth groups or organizations that we can contact, please let us know!

Julie.Goldstein@hartfordschools.org

Upcoming Dates:


Hartford Public Schools Volunteer Application

Type this into your web or mobile browser:
Click Here For Volunteer Application

Volunteer Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How long will it take to process my application?

A: The standard processing time for applications is 2 weeks. Most applications are processed within 1-3 business days, depending on volume. Please submit an application well in advance of desired engagement.

Q: I have a legal offense. Can I still volunteer?

A: Submit a volunteer offense even if you have a legal offense. Disclose all details on the application. Appropriate screening will be done to determine eligibility to volunteer.

Q: How can my organization partner with Hartford Public Schools?

A: Please reach out to Lindsay Diaz, Community Partnerships Manager.

Q: I submitted a volunteer application last school year, why do I have to do it again?

A: Volunteer applications are good for one school year. Screening is needed each school year as situations change.

Q: I submitted my volunteer application at one school, but I want to volunteer at another school, can I?

A: Yes, once approved to volunteer, you can volunteer at any HPS school. Please contact the school directly to learn about the procedure in that particular school.

Q: How can education students volunteer for course credit?

A: A: Please reach out to Anastasia Difedele-Dutton, DIFEA001@hartfordschools.org for additional details.

Q: Why was I disqualified from volunteering?

A: Certain legal offenses disqualifies persons from volunteering in HPS. School climate and culture is important to HPS. Ensuring students are in a safe environment with proper supervision is a priority of Hartford Public Schools. Disqualified volunteers will receive a letter from the district with additional details.

GO PHOENIXHere is the link to PRIVIT: https://hmtcaphoenix-ct.e-ppe.com/index.jspa





The winter weather season is once again upon us and with it comes the potential for school closures, delays, and early dismissals.

Typically, we review weather forecasts continuously, from the day before a storm until the early morning hours of the following day before making a decision. At approximately 3:00 PM, we begin consulting with the Hartford Police Department and the Hartford Department of Public Works to assess road conditions.

We usually determine whether to have a late opening or a school closing by no later than 5:30 AM. The announcement is immediately relayed to parents and staff by way of a School Messenger call and text message. We will also activate the Hartford Public Schools SNOW LINE number – 860-695-SNOW (860-695-7669) so that parents and staff can call to learn whether schools are open or closed. In addition, we will also inform the local television and radio news media outlets and posts the announcement on the district website: Hartford Schools Website.

In the event schools have to be dismissed early due to deteriorating weather conditions, schools will be notified by 10:00 AM and they will follow a tiered dismissal schedule posted on the Hartford Public Schools website. Parents will also receive a School Messenger call for early dismissal. In these situations, families should monitor their phones, radio and television stations to be aware of early closings.

When school is canceled, all activities and meetings for the day are also canceled. The decision to delay, cancel or dismiss school early is never easy, but it is made thoughtfully to keep our students and staff safe.

If you have any questions regarding Inclement weather procedures, please do not hesitate to contact my office at 860-695-8729

Sincerely,

Dr. Alberto Vázquez-Matos
Deputy Superintendent

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Acronyms Parents Should Know

Tips for Parents in the Digital Age

Click on the link to access the PDF file for Senior Planning Night.

Senior Planning Night

Click on the link to access the PDF file for Junior Planning Night.

Junior Planning Night

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