Evamere Weekly Updates
  • Dates to Remember 

    1/31 - Final Day for ACME receipts turn in!
    2/14 - Valentine's Day Classroom Parties - Please send in no candy with Valentine cards 
    2/17 - No School, Presidents' Day
    2/21 - CCMH Posters due - more information in CCMH Poster Contest flyer in Peachjar
    2/21 - Yearbook Orders due - If you did not order a yearbook on Picture Day or would like to order extra copies, you may place your order on ybpay.lifetouch.com with ID Code: 11581520 or pick up a form in the office 
    2/26 - No School, Pre-K through 8 ONLY, Parent Teacher Conferences
    3/2-3/6 - Dr. Seuss Week
    3/6 - Snuggle Up and Read night sponsored by PTO
    3/7 - Community Pancake Breakfast at HHS
    3/16-3/20 - Right to Read Week
    3/23-3/27 - No School, Spring Break
    3/30 - School Resumes    

    Illness Guidelines:  It's that time of year when children are coming down with various illnesses.  We encourage parents to review proper handwashing procedures with your students.  Additionally, if your student has a temperature above 100 degrees and/or has vomiting or intestinal illness, please wait to send your student to school until he/she has been symptom-free for 24 hours.  For fevers, your student must be fever-free for 24 hours without the help of medication.  Please review the When Should I Stay Home? flyer in Peachjar for more information.  We appreciate your assistance in reducing the spread of germs.

    ACME Receipts Due January 31

    Please remember to turn ACME Community Cash Back receipts in by Friday, January 31 so PTO may submit them.  Thank you!

    Strategic Planning Online Survey

    Parent and community engagement is an important part of the Hudson City School District strategic planning process. This process happens every three to four years. The plan serves as a roadmap for student achievement, academic excellence, social and emotional services and programs, staff development, finances, communications, safety, facilities, technology, and Hudson Community Education and Recreation.

    Throughout October and November, the District worked with Impact Group, a local company that specializes in school, Prek-12, strategic planning, to conduct 18 focus groups that included parents, community members, community leaders, and staff members. This phase of the process is nearly complete, and we hope to engage even more parents through our strategic planning online survey.

    We sincerely want your input. Please take a few minutes to complete the survey. The survey results, as well as a summary of the feedback from the focus groups, will be made available once completed.

    Because it is important to our District that you feel comfortable participating in the survey, your responses are anonymous. The Impact Group is conducting the online survey at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/FHWWVBJ.  

    The survey will remain open through January 24, 2020.

    Thank you so much for taking a few minutes of your time to give us your valuable input!

    Library Supply Request for First Grade Families

    HELP! Our unicorns need tails! 
    During library, First Grade students will talk about the book What Do You Do With a Tail Like This? by Steve Jenkins & Robin Page. We will also look at the book Unicorn Tails by Anne Wilkinson for some inspiration. Then students will then be able to create their own tails to create paper unicorns.

    If you have any of these items not being used, please consider donating to our project by January 31. Please note, donated supplies will be made available to ALL students. Children can drop off supplies to the Evamere Library. Thank you for your support!

    We Need.....

    • pompoms
    • fabric
    • felt
    • cardboard
    • string, yarn, ribbon!
    • pipe cleaners
    • cotton balls
    • card stock - plain or colored
    • brass plated fasteners (short)
    • If you are not sure if we can use something...please ask!

    Hudson Readiness Coaltion's Annual Early Steps to Learning

    Save the Date!  The Annual Early Steps to Learning will be Tuesday, February 4, 2020 from 6:00-8:00 p.m.  For more information, please view the flyer in Peachjar

    The Hudson City School District is excited to announce a potential new community partnership. We need your input!!!

    The Hudson Community Foundation, in partnership with the Hudson Library, Hudson City Schools, the Hudson Ministerial Association, and the City of Hudson, is considering launching a speaker series that would attract recognized leaders, experts, and innovators to Hudson. These entities working together are called the Hudson Chautauqua Collaborative.
    The mission of the Hudson Chautauqua Collaborative would be to positively affect lifelong learning and heighten the quality of life in Hudson. This mission will be accomplished by establishing a speaker series and supporting selected community events grounded in local authenticity that embrace the following SIX pillars: Education, Family, Faith, Art and Culture, Science and Technology, and Civility. This meaningful community endeavor would be supported by an endowment established and maintained within the Hudson Community Foundation. 
    Although the concept is still in the planning phase and many details must still be worked out, it is the hope of the committee to host the first speaker series event in autumn of 2020.
    We are seeking community input regarding this concept. Please take a few moments to complete the brief survey by clicking on the link provided below.
    https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/HudsonFound

    Student Fees

    Student fees for all Kindergarten and 1st Grade students have been assigned. Parents can pay their student's fees online through mypaymentsplus.com. For All-Day Kindergarten students, please review your tuition contract for payment due dates.  As a reminder, final tuition payments for All-Day Kindergarten are now due.

    Cold Weather is Here!

    With colder weather here, please make sure your child comes to school dressed appropriately for outdoor recess.  The children will be going outside almost daily during cold weather season, so snow-pants and boots are a necessity.  Children will be asked to remain on the blacktop if they are dressed inappropriately.  Also, we discourage the sharing of hats, scarves and hair brushes.

    School Closings: Making the Decision and Notifying Parents

    Hudson City Schools use a variety of resources, including television and radio alert stations, Blackboard Mass Notifications (direct calls to parents), our website, www.hudson.k12.oh.us, emails, Facebook and Twitter, to notify parents of school closings, most commonly due to severe weather. With Ohio weather, it is often difficult to know exactly when weather conditions may warrant school closings. We want to prepare you as early as possible. We hope you will familiarize yourself with the School Closing Information so you know what is needed to prepare for a cancellation or a delayed start of school. We will use our automated calling system as the first means of communication.

    Final Forms

    If you have not done so, please go online and fill out your student's FINAL FORMS. These contain important information including emergency medical forms, etc. The forms can be accessed by going to "Quick Links" at the top of Evamere's homepage and clicking on "Final Forms".  

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