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HPS New Supply Order Program

Here at HPS we are offering a brand new service, next year at HPS. Next year, students grades Pre-K through four will be able to purchase classroom supplies, and these supplies will be sent directly to HPS and will be ready for your child when we have our Meet Your Teacher night two days before the start of the school year.

Our grade level teachers have put together supply orders, and because we are buying in bulk this will reduce the out-of-pocket cost of supplies. This will save time, money, and it will also allow your child to get the exact supplies that the teacher has requested for the school year.

We will be sending home order forms with your child, and we will also be posting these order forms on our school website and Facebook page tomorrow morning. This is an optional service, so no students will be required to participate, however we think this is a great tool that families can take advantage of. We are hopeful that after you review the informational flyer you will want to participate.

Please review the order form packet that we are sending home, and if you have any questions about this service please do not hesitate to let us know.
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HPS Gifted and Talented Explore the 100 year anniversary of Armistice Day

“Our Middle School Gifted and Talented group put together this amazing website to illuminate the sacrifices that Haledon residents made during World War I. This project began as a way to explore the 100 year anniversary of Armistice Day. The students created maps, videos, and coded many aspects of this website in order to provide a full picture of WWI and the influence this event had in our area.”
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Mrs. Miller's Class Says "Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss"

Mrs. Miller's Second Grade class has a love of reading! To celebrate Read Across America Week we read the story Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss. We discussed the story and talked about foods we do not enjoy, but would be willing to try! We then tried to think and write like Dr. Seuss and used rhyme and silly sounds to make our own versions. We hope you enjoy them!
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