Yesterday, each of our students had an opportunity to purchase $20 worth of books at the Book Fair. A special thanks to HUSD's Johnson O'Malley Program for approving this funding and providing an opportunity for books to be in the hands of our students.
10 months ago, Kevin Fosburgh
Mrs. Hubbards class in book fair
Mrs. Hughey’s class in book fair.
Mrs. Hughey’s class showing their books
Greetings Families! We are excited to see you at individual conferences tomorrow, 9/6, from 4-7 and 9/7 from 1-4. Remember, 9/7 is a half-day. As part of our Impact Aide funding, we request that all families complete a Parent Survey. You can access it from the Hulet website or by visiting the link below. https://forms.gle/BcZV3j5yKVVxVqNX6
10 months ago, Kevin Fosburgh
Parent Survey Image
Please stop by Hulet School's Book Fair during Parent Teacher Conferences. Thank you in advance for supporting our school book fair and creating a love for reading with your child. See attached flier for dates and times for families to shop. If students bring money to school they will have the opportunity to shop during the following dates/times: Sept. 5th 10:00-4th grade Sept. 5th 2:00-2nd grade Sept. 6th 10:00-5th grade Sept. 6th 2:00-3rd grade You can also visit our book fair homepage to purchase books https://www.scholastic.com/bf/hulet
10 months ago, Nichole Tow
Hulet Book Fair Flier
Greetings Roadrunners- a quick reminder that HUSD will not be in session on Monday, September 4th for Labor Day! Also, parent-teacher conferences are next week! Have a great weekend and thanks for your partnership in Helping our Unique Students Develop!
10 months ago, Dr. Koerperich
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Our fifth grade students have been learning about the effects of Westward Migration on Native Americans. They’ve been studying to answer the essential question: “How do cultural beliefs and values guide people?” Today they completed a timeline of the Nez Perce people which began with large numbers of settlers moving into Nez Perce country and ended with the relocation of non-treaty Nez Perce people moved to the reservation at Lapwai, Idaho. This timeline was created with the knowledge that students have acquired while reading multiple pieces of text about the Nez Perce people. Diversity is our campus's strength and to hear the background knowledge that many of our students bring to these conversations has been amazing!
10 months ago, Kevin Fosburgh
Nez Perce timelines
Please stop by Hulet School's Book Fair during Parent Teacher Conferences. Thank you in advance for supporting our school book fair and creating a love for reading with your child. See attached flier for dates and times for families to shop. If students bring money to school they will have the opportunity to shop during the following dates/times: Sept. 5th 10:00-4th grade Sept. 5th 2:00-2nd grade Sept 6th 10:00-5th grade Sept. 6th 2:00-3rd grade
10 months ago, Nichole Tow
Hulet Book Fair Dates and Times
Students in Mrs. Moyte's second-grade class finished reading the text "How Do You Know It's Fall?" and were discussing the many things they've learned so far about how changes in weather impact people and nature. Students had to build their knowledge by accomplishing several tasks by sharing and learning new information from their peers. This is called a Socratic Seminar. It provides a structure for students to respectfully, responsibly, and kindly agree and disagree with each other. One of the many reasons students work with the same text for several days (or whole weeks) is so that the knowledge "sticks" with them and they can remember it for the rest of their lives. Some of the important questions they discussed were: What did you learn about change? What did you learn about plants and animals? What did you learn about informational text? What did you learn about the main ideas and details? What new words did you learn? What did you learn about reading fluently? While Mrs. Moyte leads some of the Socratic Seminar, the goal is for the students to carry the conversation themselves and she just facilitates for equity in voice.
10 months ago, Kevin Fosburgh
Mrs. Moyte's Students in Socratic Seminar
Students preparing their socratic seminar
Students preparing their socratic seminar
Students preparing their socratic seminar
Students preparing their socratic seminar
Students preparing their socratic seminar
Picture Day is tomorrow! For best results, avoid wearing green.
10 months ago, Kevin Fosburgh
Picture Day Flier
Please stop by Hulet School's Book Fair during Parent Teacher Conferences. Thank you in advance for supporting our school book fair and creating a love for reading with your child. See attached flier for dates and times.
10 months ago, Nichole Tow
Hulet Book Fair Dates and Times
Picture Day is one week away! Start practicing your smiles now!
10 months ago, Kevin Fosburgh
picture day flier
Please stop by Hulet School's Book Fair during Parent Teacher Conferences. Thank you in advance for supporting our school book fair and creating a love for reading with your child. See attached flier for dates and times.
10 months ago, Nichole Tow
Hulet Book Fair Dates and Times
Save the Date for Hulet Book Fair September 5th-8th Times to be determined!
10 months ago, Nichole Tow
Save the Date Book Fair
In the course of the school year, students at Hulet work towards mastering over 40 standards in reading, math, language, and writing! These skills prepare them for the future learning they will participate in. Through strategies like "I Notice..." or "I Wonder..." as well as opportunities for students to be enriched and retaught in skills, it provides opportunities for students to grow towards mastery! In math, they use a variety of strategies to solve problem based on place value and and they use strategies like the area model to solve complex problems. It's through the countless hours of our teachers that help these students!
10 months ago, Kevin Fosburgh
Mr. Johnson in ELA
Mrs. Carlisle and area model
Mr. Johnson, I notice and I wonder
Mrs Sullivan in wit and wisdom
Mrs olaughlin in math
Mrs. Paz in wit and wisdom
Mrs. Gardner with paz quiet
Mrs. Bartruff wit and wisdom
working on punctuation
Mrs. Luna working on math
We love being a partner school with Run for the Wall! Not only do they come visit us each May, they graciously donated these blankets to our students! This Veterans Organization has always been so kind to us and we look forward to continuing a partnership with them!
11 months ago, Kevin Fosburgh
fourth grade students with their blankets
At Hulet, we are RESPECTFUL, RESPONSIBLE, SAFE, and KIND. Each year we lead our students on a Roadrunner Tour throughout the school to teach kids what this looks like, feels like, and sounds like in the hallway, bathroom, playground, and cafeteria. We even show kids what this looks like on the bus, with this video: https://youtu.be/VCRRCczSASo It would be helpful if you reinforced these expectations with your students as well. It's what's going to help each of us become #NextLevelRoadrunners
11 months ago, Kevin Fosburgh
roadrunner matrix
students practicing cafeteria expectations
students practicing playground expectations
students practicing hallway expectations
students practicing bathroom expectations
On Monday, each of our teams and departments talked about how they're going to be 2.0 this year. We also reflected on how much we each bring to each of the teams and created a collective resume! We are excited to welcome you back to school tomorrow! Doors open at 7:40am and the tardy bell rings at 8:10am.
11 months ago, Kevin Fosburgh
second grade team
preschool team
leadership team
third grade team
fourth grade team
fifth grade team
specialist
special education department
Day 1: One more day until school starts! Classes begin at 8:10 tomorrow! The doors will open at 7:40. Share your first day of school pictures on social media and use the hashtags #firstday2023 #countdown2023
11 months ago, Kevin Fosburgh
One More Day of Summer
Day 2: Attendance matters. Let's work together to develop strong attendance habits. Did you know you can monitor your child's attendance by logging in to the Infinite Campus Parent Portal? We are here to prepare your child for future success. #firstday2023 #countdown2023
11 months ago, Kevin Fosburgh
Two More Days of Summer
Day 3: Will your child eat a meal from the cafeteria? Our cafeteria provides meal choices for both breakfast and lunch at no cost to the student. Your child is also welcome to bring their own lunch. Our lunch and breakfast menus are posted each month on the HUSD Website or through the HUSD APP which you can download from the App Store or the Google Play Store. #firstday2023 #countdown2023
11 months ago, Kevin Fosburgh
Three More Days of Summer
Day 4: Find all the important dates and school breaks/holidays by viewing our campus/district calendar of events. You can print the calendar or https://www.holbrook.k12.az.us/events to share it with your family. #firstday2023 #countdown2023
11 months ago, Kevin Fosburgh
Four More Days of Summer