Attendance Report

    Attendance matters! Each day your child misses school they miss out on valuable instruction time and our school misses out on valuable funding (over $50 per day per absence). Naturally, when illness strikes we want students to stay home for their health and the health of others. However, whenever possible please avoid unnecessary and/or excessive absences. To keep this at the front of our minds we will share a monthly attendance report for the entire school in the Wildcat Weekly. During December our school wide attendance rate was 94.24%. Let’s see if we can hit 96% this month!

After School Program Aide Needed

   With the steady growth in our after school program attendance we are seeking a program aide. The hours are Monday through Friday, 3-5:30 pm (1-5:30 pm on Wednesdays). If you know anyone that might be interested in joining our team have them visit the HCOE website or give the office a call.

It’s Not Too Late!

  We still have some spots open for out of district students for the 2019-20 school year. However, the window for accepting interdistrict transfers comes to a close on February 1st. If you know families interested in joining our amazing community of learners please have them visit or call the office as soon as possible.

Sports Photos    

  If you have photos of soccer, volleyball, basketball, or cheer we can share on the athletics page of the school website please send them to We will only select a few from each sport, but thank you in advance for sharing what you have to help highlight our athletics program.

Feature Teacher

 Mara Ayala is one of our newest faculty members, and you’ll find her heading up our special education program. Mara has skillfully crafted a schedule that takes her into nearly every classroom while also offering specialized instruction to individuals and small groups in her room. When next you see her ask about her recent trip to the Grand Canyon!

Staff Spotlight    

  Dawn Dill has been supporting the students of Hydesville School learn and grow for over a decade as a classroom aide and inverntonist. But she’s not just an educator, she’s a student- currently working on her teaching credential. A true lifelong learner!