John Hay Elementary School
HELP NEEDED! This spring your student will be participating in the visual arts unit of Multi-Arts. We have two requests for all you art loving parents:
1) Volunteers are a crucial part of providing quality arts education for our students. This spring we need volunteers to support the Visual Arts lessons in room 205. No art experience necessary! Responsibilities will primarily include: helping with set up, assisting the teacher & students during the lesson, and helping with clean up after the art lesson. Please sign up here.
2) The art room is in need of the following supplies: Baby/hand wipes, Kleenex, Empty Kleenex boxes, and an electric pencil sharpener (used is fine!) We are most grateful if you are able to donate any of these items.
For more information about our Multi-Arts program, please visit their webpage.
GET YOUR GAME FACE ON! It is time for the 4th Annual 3 on 3 Hoops Tournament. It is all happening on May 10th, 11th, and 12th in the John Hay gym. Please visit our event page for more information about the tournament and for the sign up sheet. #GoJaguarsGo!
BELL TIMES The Mayor is considering contributing the one-time cost of $2.3M from the city’s coffers in support of Bell Time reform. If the money is committed by May 1, SPS will be able to implement a two-tier bell schedule for THIS FALL. In the 2 Tier system, John Hay's bell time would be 8:00 AM to 2:40 PM. Please write to the mayor and your city council members to encourage them to contribute this money to benefit students and families in every SPS community! For more information on the Bell Times issues, please visit our Take Action page.
SCIENCE LOVERS REJOICE, it’s time to get ready for the John Hay Science Fair. Sign up before April 28th to participate. All students are eligible to enter a project. You can work individually or co-create a project with another student in the same grade-level. Projects will be on display June 1st 6:30-8:00 PM for the entire John Hay community to enjoy. For more information, and to download a your participation packet, visit our BLOG. #GoJaguarsGo!!
MEET JANET SCHOOLER, John Hay Elementary's fabulous librarian. All of the kids at Hay love her...as have all our students for the 30 YEARS she's been making our library the place to be. Read more on our BLOG...
REGISTRATION NOW OPEN for our Spring 2017 Before and After School Enrichment classes. Clay Animation, Chess, Piano, Sewing, Golf...we have something for every interest. Learn more and sign up today!
BOUNDARIES NEWS! As of this week, the district is considering redrawing John Hay's attendance boundaries. For more information on this, our 2017-2018 budget issues, and what you can do to make your voice heard and help our school, please visit our Take Action page.
JAGUARS LEND A PAW! Our fabulous Student Council has organized a Ditty Bag Drive for Queen Anne Food Bank. We'll be collecting toiletries between March 13th and March 31st. For more information, please visit our Blog.
MEET KATIE KAISER, one of our wonderful fifth grade teachers here at John Hay Elementary. Learn all about her on our Blog!
GOAL SURPASSED!! That's right, we SOARED past our goal to raise a whopping $225,000 with our Winter Wonderland auction this year!! All of the money will directly fund programs for our kids at John Hay Elementary.
A HUGE congratulations and thank you again to our fearless leaders, Melissa Heaton and Lynn Baker, for creating such a successful event! And sincere thanks to all of you who donated time, money, talent, resources, sweat, and even a few tears to the process. You are what makes John Hay so fantastic! THANK YOU!!!
A TEACHABLE MOMENT. There is a terrific new blog post from Principal Tami Beach on this teachable moment in history and what we can do as parents to make it count.https://www.johnhaypartners.org/blogs/post/From-The-Principals-Desk-A-Teachable-Moment/
MEET THOMAS ROSE, an amazing second grade teacher here at John Hay Elementary. Mr. Rose kindly agreed to be part of our Teacher Feature spot and answer our questions. And he even shared an insanely cute childhood photo! You can read all about him on our blog at:
WEEKEND FOOD FOR KIDS works with schools in Queen Anne and Magnolia to provide extra food for students on weekends when free and reduced price school meals are not available.
In partnership with Queen Anne Helpline, Ballard Food Bank, and Queen Anne Presbyterian Church participating students receive pre-packed bags of nonperishable food items containing the equivalent of seven meals and snacks.