Tomorrow is a half day of school and late stay will be available. However, the lunchroom will not be serving hot lunch and microwaves will not be available. There is no school on Thursday and Friday. Enjoy the break!
School Spirit Day!
On Tuesday, September 27, Hampton Park will have school spirit day. Our Middle School teams will play Mitchell Road and our JV/Varsity teams will play Bob Jones Academy. Lower school students are encouraged to wear HPCS gear or school colors and Upper school students can wear Connection Week shirts and jeans. See schedule below for game times.
Please return picture orders to your child’s teacher by September 27.
Greg Moss made photos in the Mizell Pavilion of each class. If you wish to order a 5×7 print of your child’s class, please turn in the form that was sent home previously with payment to your child’s teacher by Friday, October 7.
College Preparation Meeting (grades 9-12) – October 10 at 7 p.m.
Student and parents are invited to come hear information about preparing for college on Monday, October 10, at 7 p.m. If you want details about a high school timeline, how to prepare for college applications, what scholarships are available and more, this meeting is for you! The meeting will be held in M202/204. Please RSVP to Miss Shoemake (email@example.com) if you plan to attend.
Ci Mini Camp – November 2-4
Ci Mini Camp is a 3-day, 2-night camp designed to reinforce our biblical worldview and is scheduled for November 2-4. The trip is now open to all students in grades 8-12 and the information and registration form can be found in RenWeb under the Resource Documents. Students who attend will visit the Creation Museum and Big Bone Lick State Park, view a planetarium show and star gazing, tour the “Ark Encounter” and more. The registration deadline has been extended to include the additional grades – please turn in your registration form to the office by Monday, October 3.
Panthers in Action
Our Varsity Volleyball and Soccer teams had a great time this past weekend at the tournament in Tennessee. The competition was tough, but both teams came in third place! Way to go, Panthers!
Our Cross Country team competed locally this weekend with great results. The girl’s team finished in second place and the boy’s team finished in fourth. Jackson Vierow came in first place out of the 134 boys competing! It has been an exciting first year for the Cross Country team.
- Saturday, September 24
- Cross Country Meet @ Dorman High School
- Tuesday, September 27
- MS Volleyball vs. Mitchell Road Christian 4:00
- MS Soccer vs. Mitchell Road Christian 4:00
- JV Volleyball vs. Bob Jones Academy 5:00
- Varsity Soccer vs. Bob Jones Academy 5:30
- Varsity Volleyball vs. Bob Jones Academy 6:00
- Thursday, September 29
- MS Volleyball @ Bob Jones Academy – time TBA
- MS Soccer @ Bob Jones Academy – time TBA
Support Our School
Visit our website to find out ways to support our school without spending any additional money. If you already shop at Publix, Ingles or Amazon, the details on our website will show you how to sign up so that a percentage of your purchases will be given to Hampton Park. Publix has given more than $24,000 since the Publix Partners Program began!
Lands’ End Sale
Lands’ End is running a Friends and Family 30% Off Sale from September 22-27. To take advantage of the savings, enter Promotion Code FRIENDS30 and PIN 4071.
Art Classroom Needs
Thank you for your response in sending in items for our new art classroom. However, we could use more of the following items: newspapers, yarn, fabric, car magazines, animal magazines, travel books (i.e. – tourism/travel agent brochures and magazines) with photos of landscapes, and art reproductions from calendars. These items may be sent to school with your child at any time. Please contact Amy Panosian at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Reminder: Stop by the office for Early Dismissals or Building Access
- Our buildings are locked during the school day. If you need to pick up your child or need access to the classroom, please come by the office.
- Parents of Lower School students must check out a pass to access the classroom.
- Parents of Upper School students must pick up their children at the office.
|Wednesday, 9/21||Thursday, 9/22||Friday, 9/23||Monday, 9/26||Tuesday, 9/27|
|½ Day – No Lunch||NO SCHOOL||NO SCHOOL||Southwest chicken wrap, chips, salsa, nacho cheese, salad||Salad bar, Jell-o, dessert|
|September 21||Teacher’s Convention (11:30 a.m. dismissal)|
|September 22-23||Teacher’s Convention (No School or Child Care)|
|September 29||Class Meetings (Grades 11 and 12)|
|October 1||Blazer Blast – All Volleyball Teams|
|October 3||Carnival Work Night|
|October 7||Grandparents’ Day|
|October 15||Cross Country State Meet|
|October 17||End of 1st Grading Period|
|October 17||Carnival Work Night|
|October 18||Senior Pictures|
|October 19||PSAT (Required for Sophomores)|
|October 20||Lower School Conferences (No K4 or K5 classes; Grades 1-6 dismiss at 11:30 a.m. Grades 7-12 full day)|
|October 21||Conferences (No K4 or K5 classes; Grades 1-12 dismiss at 11:30 a.m.)|
|October 21||Senior Carnival (11:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.)|
|October 21||Report Cards|
|October 25-28||Fall Book Fair|
|October 27||PTF/Band Concert – K4-12th Parents|
(7 p.m. – MAC)
|October 28||Sword Drill Run-offs (Grades 4-6)|
|October 28-29||SCACS Soccer/Volleyball Tournament|