HPCS Weekly News – April 9, 2019

In observance of National Poetry Month…

Upcoming Events

Spring Pictures

Spring picture packets went home with students today.

Going online to mylifetouch.com is the easiest way to pay.

However, teachers will collect cash or check, don’t delay,

The pictures or the money is due by the 3rd of May.

 

Library Used Book Sale

During the month of April, please take time to look around

For books you no longer need or want in your house that you have found.

The Library is collecting books for the Spring Used Book Sale in May,

The 6th-10th; so, start sending in your books today!

A Lower School will hold a competition, which class brings in the most,

And then you can buy books for a buck or less at the sale the Library hosts.

 

AACS – National Fine Arts Competition at Bob Jones University

High School students who at SCACS took first place

Will now compete at AACS their talents to showcase.

On April 10-12, at BJU, students from all over the states will meet

Along with our Readers’ Theatre, several others will compete

In music, speech, art and academic testing.

If we place at nationals, it will be really sweet!

 

Field Day – April 10

The much anticipated day tomorrow will arrive.

Field Day. On Wednesday, April 10, has long been planned.

Field Day. Some kids think it’s the best in the land.

Field Day. Mrs. Sinde has made sure that it will not be bland.

Grades 1-3, from 8:30-11:30 a.m., will compete and play,

Lather on sunblock for this sunny day.

Grades 4-6, will begin at 12:00 noon, for Field Day fun

With water balloons, tug of war, and a cross country run.

Through ParentsWeb on FACTS, Field Day lunch may be ordered at this time,

Follow these directions, which are required by April 10, at nine.

  1. Go to ParentsWeb
  2. Click on “student”
  3. Click on “Lunch”
  4. Click on pulldown menu for the date and chose 4/10/2019
  5. Click on “+Create Web Order”
  6. Enter quantity
  7. When order is complete, click on “Order Items”

The menu includes sub sandwich, pickle, applesauce, and a choice of yogurt or chips.

Students should wear their class shirts and bring a water bottle for taking sips.

Please remember when you arrive to avoid the lower lot,

Parking is available in the upper lot or if by the MAC you find a spot.

 

Disney Band Trip

On Thursday, April 11, to Disney band students will go,

That is, if the permission form has been approved on ParentsWeb, don’t you know?

The students will make lots of memories and have a ton of fun,

Unless you forget to approve the permission form for your loved one.

 

Spring Break

Easter is really late this year;

Students and teachers have had to persevere.

A few days break is what we need

April 15-22 is Spring Break, indeed.

Greenville Special Olympics – Wednesday, April 24

At Furman University, the Greenville Special Olympics will take place;

Special Olympics athletes will compete in events like softball throw or wheelchair race.

On April 24, our students in grades 9-12 will volunteer,

Packets were given out today to help make instructions clear.

Please take some time and visit FACTS ParentsWeb online,

The permission form is under Webforms, ready for you to sign.

 

Upper School Spring Concert – May 2

Please mark your calendar and plan to come to the Spring Concert for Upper School,

Students in grades 7-12 will delight us with music and speech, so cool!

On Thursday, May 2, at 7:00 p.m., to the Main Auditorium you should go,

Everyone is invited – you should know!

 

Walk-a-thon – Save the Date!

Please mark your calendars for May 7 when our students walk,

The Walk-a-thon is for everyone in grades K4-12, and not just for the jock.

Details will be coming sometime after break,

To help you with any plans that you want to make.

 

Outdoor Band Concert

Put Tuesday, May 7, on your calendar for the Outdoor Band Concert to attend,

You could bring your lunch, bring your toddler, even bring a friend.

At the Main Building Portico at 11:00 a.m., the music will begin –

Music from the trumpet, trombone, drums and the woodwind.

You may want to bring a folding chair or blanket, as well,

You’ll enjoy great music, maybe even William Tell.

 

Drama Production Tryouts

Students who are dramatic or maybe like to speak,

May want to try out for the next drama production that’s unique.

Those in grades 8-11, whether a speaking part or another role they seek

Be watching for details for the May tryouts, their interest to pique.

 

Panthers in Action

Spring Sports – Upcoming Games

Tuesday, April 9

  • MS Girls Soccer vs. Spartanburg Prep 4:30 GAME CANCELLED – TO BE RESCHEDULED
  • Golf vs. Lake Pointe 4:00

Thursday, April 11

  • MS Girls Soccer vs. BJA 4:30
  • Baseball @ Greenville Homeschool 7:00 (Shoeless Joe Jackson, 406 West Avenue, Greenville, SC 29611) THIS IS A CHANGE

Tuesday, April 23

  • MS Girls @ Langston 4:00 (Address TBD)
  • Varsity Girls Soccer vs. Lake Pointe 6:00 THIS IS A RESCHEDULED GAME
  • Baseball @ Anderson Cavs 6:00 (500 N. Jefferson Avenue, Anderson, SC 29625)

 

Pre-Participation Athletic Forms

Students interested in trying out for any of the sports mentioned above must have an up-to-date Pre-Participation Athletic Form (Part 1 and 2) on file in the office. The forms are located on ParentsWeb under Resource Documents. Please contact the office if you have questions.

JV/Varsity Volleyball Spring Training

The JV/Varsity Volleyball Spring Training will be held on April 30, May 2, and May 3, from 3:25-5:30 p.m., in the gym.

Cross Country Tryouts

Students in grades 5-11 who are interested in trying out for Cross Country should attend the tryouts on Monday through Wednesday, May 6-8, from 3:30-4:15 p.m. Students should meet Coach Cansler in front of the gymnasium and bring a bottle of water. A student only needs to attend tryouts until he or she runs a 9-minute mile.

MS Girls Volleyball Tryouts

Girls in grades 5-7 who are interested in trying out for volleyball for the 2019-2020 school year should attend the tryouts on Thursday, May 9; Tuesday, May 14; and Thursday, May 16. Tryouts will take place in the gym from 3:30-5:00 p.m.

HP Summer Sports Camps

Summer is quickly coming up, I hope you are making plans

For summer camps at Hampton Park, they are the best in the land!

For information and to enroll, please click the link below,

Register by May 20 to save a little dough.

HP Summer Soccer Camp – June 17-20 – www.itsabouttime.run/hpsoccercamp

HP Summer Basketball Camp – July 15-18 – www.itsabouttime.run/hpbasketballcamp

 

General Information

Achievement Testing

Achievement Testing is finished,

The students have worked so hard.

At the end of the school year,

The results will be included with your child’s report card.

Summer Mailing

Our goal is to have information available to you as soon as you will need it. For this reason, we plan to make some changes regarding our Summer Mailing. The final school calendar, lower school supply list, upper school schedules, lower school class assignments, textbook lists, locker assignments and the Summer Preview will all be made available, but not in one mailing at the beginning of July like in the past. Instead, lists like textbook lists and school supply lists will be made available earlier in the summer so that parents may begin shopping. Lower school class assignments will be made available toward the end of the summer when upper school locker assignments are available. Information will be posted on ParentsWeb under Resource Documents whenever it is available. As always, contact the school office with any questions.

Lunch Menu

 

Wednesday, 4/10Thursday, 4/11Friday, 4/12Monday, 4/15Tuesday, 4/16
Sub sandwich, dill pickle, applesauce, choice of chips or yogurtPepperoni or cheese pizza, salad, choice of yogurt or fresh fruitSouthwest chicken wrap (non-spicy option), corn, tortilla chips, apple slices

 

Spring Break – No School or Child CareSpring Break – No School or Child Care

 

Looking Ahead

 

April 3-12No Cuts (Grades 7-12)
April 9-11AACS Fine Arts Festival
April 10Field Day – Lower School

(Grades 1-3 – AM; Grades 4-6 – PM)

April 11Field Day – Lower School – Rain Date
April 11-16Upper School Band Trip
April 15-22Easter Vacation
April 23School Resumes
April 24Mid-Quarter Reports (Grades 4-12)
April 25Class Meeting (Grade 10)
April 26-27SCACS Spring Soccer Tournament
April 29SCACS Golf Tournament
April 30Junior Parent Meeting (7:00 p.m.)
May 2Upper School Spring Concert (Grades 7-12)
May 3-4SCACS Baseball Tournament
May 7Walk-a-thon
May 7Outdoor Band Concert
May 6-10Library Used Book Sale
May 6-22No Cuts (Grades 7-12)
May 8-14Senior Trip
May 15Senior Skip Day
May 16Kindergarten Graduation (7:00 p.m. Main Auditorium)
May 17Last Day of Kindergarten
May 17Final Day of Child Care
May 17Sports Banquet (6:00 p.m. MAC)
May 20-21Early Dismissal (Grades 1-12 dismiss at 11:30 a.m.)
May 20-22Exams (Grades 9-12)
May 22Lower School Awards Program (9:45 a.m. Main Auditorium)

(Grades 1-12 dismiss at 11:00 a.m.)

May 23Records Day – No School
May 24Lower School Report Cards/Achievement Tests (8:30 a.m.)
May 24Upper School Awards Program and Report Cards/Achievement Tests (8:45 a.m.)
May 24Graduation Rehearsal (10:00 a.m.)
May 24Commencement (7:00 p.m. Main Auditorium)

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