Weekly Newsletter
Pri ncipal:  Autumn  Bray
PTA President:  Lucinda Johnson    

PTA news

Dates to remember:

1-12-18 Glow Dance-Family Dance Party

1-15-18 No School (Martin Luther King)

1-18-18 Duty Free Lunch
Father-Daughter Dance:  This was such a fun event and we hope all the Daddy's & Daughter's enjoyed it!  Another huge THANK YOU to Michele Miller, Nicole Lucas & Abbey Garcia for the planning!  Thank you to all the volunteers for set up & clean up help! A special THANK YOU to Kristen Warr for her amazing photography skills.  She is so awesome!

If you paid for a picture, they will be sent home this Wednesday!

Many of you have asked, so we are including the information for the florist and DJ.  We ordered the corsages from Mitchell's Florist on Jordan Lane and the DJ was Music by Mike.   

Counselors Courner
Dear Parents,

Happy New Year and my, what an introduction to the new year we are receiving!  I know that everyone is cringing and freezing in these brutal temps, but I am quite happy- yet still freezing.  I grew up in a cold climate so this type of weather suits me just fine!  I hope all of you had a wonderful Christmas break filled with sweet treats, warmth, surprises and lots of love.  These cherished experiences and memories are often what keep us going as the busyness of the new year creeps upon us.

I'd like to say thank you to all the SGA parents who donated Christmas cards for our December nursing home project.  The students wrote such heartfelt messages inside the cards that I know were received with joy for the ones who opened them.  Also, from our Belk Charity Sale the students were able to donate $370 to Christmas Charities Year Round to help ensure kids just like themselves were able to open presents on Christmas day.  Parents, thank you for all your help and support with these efforts!

Tomorrow, January 8 th kicks off our annual fundraiser for The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, entitled Pennies for Patients.  Most students have already received their money collection boxes along with an informational flyer, but if you haven't seen these items yet please expect them this Wednesday.  The fundraiser will end on January 26 th.  Thanks in advance for your support in this endeavor!

Have a wonderful week and a great start to the new year.

Peace, Love and Blessings,
Wendy Manuel

Ready, Set, GLOW

Ready, Set, GLOW!!

Glow Dance
The Glow Dance is this Friday 1-12-18 from 6:30-8:30pm.  Parents must accompany kiddos! We are excited about another fun night of DANCE!!!!!
If you ordered a Glow Shirt, they will be sent home this Wednesday!
Any questions? Email Abbey Garcia abbeypg@gmail.com

Spring Clubs

Please visit our website for information about Spring Clubs.  Each club has its own informational flyer with specific instructions about registration and payment.  

Girls on the Run has shared a video about their Fall club-take a look at what the team accomplished along with three other area schools: 
Take a look at what the Fall HCES Girls on the Run team accomplished with three other area schools.   https://youtu.be/CscCMmkUS10

Community Parnter info

Huntsville High School Theatre


February 23 - March 3
The jack-of-all trades, Bert, introduces us to England in 1910 and the troubled Banks family. Young Jane and Michael have sent many a nanny packing before Mary Poppins arrives on their doorstep. Using a combination of magic and common sense, she must teach the family members how to value each other again. Mary Poppins takes the children on many magical and memorable adventures, but Jane and Michael aren't the only ones upon whom she has a profound effect. Even grown-ups can learn a lesson or two from the nanny who advises that "Anything can happen if you let it."
Purchase tickets at  http://www.hhspanthertheater.com/

 Going to be absent
If you are going to be absent please email excuses to hces.officeaide@hsv-k12.org

Lunch Menu

Monday:  Chili cheese hotdog, seasoned potatoes, green beans, pineapple chunks, milk

Tuesday: chicken bites, mashed potatoes, steamed carrots, sliced peaches, milk

Wednesday: hot pocket, romaine garden salad, corn on the cob, sliced pears, milk

Thursday:  beef nachos, black beans, romaine garden salad, mandarin oranges, milk

Friday: BBQ Pork sandwich, coleslaw, baked beans, mixed fruit, milk, FREE COOKIE
Breakfast in the Classroom

Monday:  breakfast pizza, fruit, juice, milk

Tuesday: crispito, fruit, juice, milk

Wednesday: pancake on a stick, fruit, juice, milk

Thursday: chicken croissant, fruit, juice, milk

Friday: sausage slider, fruit, juice, milk
2017-2018 Community Partners
We are so fortunate to have such great Community Partners!  Please support these businesses whenever possible, they do wonderful things for all of the Cove schools!
Marquee Level ($2500+)

Platinum ($2500)

Gold ($1500)
Pearson Homes
McKinney Orthodontics

Silver ($1000)

Bronze ($500)