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Dear Hassayampa Family,
Wow, this has been a fantastic school year! It seems like just yesterday we were starting the new school year and having our boo hoo breakfast as our new kindergarteners started their first school experience. All our students have had many exciting experiences this year, both academic and social. Certainly, we are fortunate to have so many great opportunities.
The final days of school are full of end of the year festivities and celebrations. Please continue to encourage your child to finish the year on a high note by doing their best every day. Our final round of benchmark assessments takes place the week of May 5. We will get our final measures on how students have done with their math and reading skills. We will use these results to determine educational needs for next school year.
Teacher appreciation week is also the week of May 5. Hassayampa Elementary has the best teachers! Every day, I am impressed by their dedication and professionalism. Teachers give one hundred percent of their time to students throughout the year. If you are not sure how to show your appreciation to your child’s teacher, a “thank you” is one of many simple ways to show your child’s teacher that you appreciate his/her efforts.
Finally, I would like to wish our fifth grade students the best of luck at Vulture Peak Middle School. The social and academic skills students have developed over the year will help them to have continued success in the challenging middle school years. Parents, remember that this is a time when children need you more than ever, and your patience is critical. I will miss the fifth graders' energy, spirit, and leadership
Have a spectacular and safe summer!
Very truly yours,