On Time, Every Time!

    Arriving to school on time not only ensures your child is ready to begin their day in top form, but also decreases disruptions for others. While school begins at 8:30 am (sharp!), on-campus student supervision begins at 8:05. This schedule was created, in part, to allow your child to arrive at school early. Please take advantage of this service to make sure your child is not among those that must visit the office before heading to class in the morning to get a tardy slip.

January Project Kindness

   We are currently collecting items for teens in foster care for The Forgotten Initiative (TFI) in Eureka. TFI’s mission is to bring joy and purpose to the foster care community. They are requesting the following items to put into gallon sized ziplock bags:

  • Shampoo/Conditioner (Not hotel size please. Travel size or larger is best)
  • Toothbrushes
  • Toothpaste
  • Hair Brushes
  • Soap
  • Any extra items that teens may need/want (e.g. chapstick, lotion, etc.)

It’s Not Too Late!

  We still 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 we can share on the athletics page of the school website please send them to tech@hydesvilleschool.org. Thanks!

Way to Go Mrs. Riggs’ Class!

 The first grade class held a coin drive during the month of December for victims of the Camp Fire. Through the generosity of our 21 first graders and their families, they raised $823 that went directly to a classroom affected by the fire. The classroom teacher is now teaching in Chico, where her students relocated after their school and homes were destroyed. Thank you to all the families who donated and to Kay Serotta at Coast Central Credit Union, who helped them process over $700 in coins!

Indian Taco Fundraiser   

  Rain didn’t put a damper on the eighth grade class drive thru dinner fundraiser last Wednesday night. In their final event of the year our eighth grade students raised over $1,000 for their trip and graduation!