Thank you for visiting our online home. We hope you'll feel welcome here. We also invite you to visit us at our physical location. We are proud of our beautiful school, the newest building in the Wickenburg Unified School District. We appreciate the voters who passed the $9.8 million bond allowing the construction of our modern two-story building in 2002. Our students, from kindergarten through fifth grade, love visiting the central library.
We encourage you to spend some time on our website. Learn about us and our mission to serve your children. You'll find a page that answers frequently asked questions. If your question isn't answered there, please contact us. Browse through our helpful links for parents and students. The calendar will let you know what's coming up soon. Then come back often to keep up with the news and events at our school.
We invite you to visit our school, in person as well as on-screen. Our staff will be happy to work show you around and get to know you better. We know you'll be impressed by the beautiful campus, positive atmosphere, and enthusiastic, energetic students.
Dear Hassayampa Family,
Welcome to the second semester of the 2014-15 school year. Every staff member has been working very hard to prepare meaningful and rigorous lessons for our wonderful students. We have set very high expectations and have made plans to ensure that every student at Hassayampa will be successful.
Student academic success is the primary goal of every staff member. We believe that every child will learn to the highest level, and we are prepared to offer time and support to every student that needs it. I ask for your support and participation in this effort by sending your child to school on time every day, encouraging your child to read at least 30 minutes every evening, monitoring your child’s homework, and asking your child to share what they learned at school each day.
We are excited about the start of the new school semester and hope that you will continue to support our community and school during the busiest time of the school year. Although supervision of students is available at 7:45 a.m., the school day officially begins at 8:00 a.m. We consider students tardy at 8:05 a.m. Student safety is also a priority, and I am asking for your continued cooperation with the provision of a safe environment.
The New Year always offers new possibilities. Today every child is an 'A' student! Together, we can have continued success for your child.
Best wishes in 2015!
Be sure to read the entire principal's message in this month's newsletter.