Hayshire loves Mrs. Dick! We honored her with a special assembly to thank her and congratulate her on the new job as principal at Sinking Springs. We will miss her!
DUKE IS A HAPPY ADDITION TO HAYSHIRE!
Duke is a wonderful therapy dog that comes to Hayshire to listen to children read. Duke lives with Mrs. Thomas and her family. Here are some stories from our Hayshire readers.
Duke listens to us read. We pet him and keep him in the green circle. We love Duke, and Duke loves us! By Olivia
I like to read to Duke. He listens and doesn't make noises. I love Duke! By Honor
Duke is a therapy dog. We read books to Duke. He is a good listener. By Justice
WINTER WORD LAND NIGHT
Our K-1 families learned new games and activities for word practice at home. Moms and dads practiced the activities while the children played games and participated in a fun Winter Word Land party. Game Ideas for Home (click on the link for ideas)
HAYSHIRE PROUD POINTS AROUND SCHOOL
WE LOVE MATH AT HAYSHIRE!
Math is learned in all kinds of ways at Hayshire. Sometimes we are in whole group. Sometimes we are in a small group with the teacher and learn skills that are targeted for our small group level. Sometimes we play math games with partners. Sometimes we use hands-on manipulatives to understand skills. Sometimes we use technology to practice individual needs. Sometimes we work with parent volunteers and assistants to refine skills. Sometimes we participate in projects that require real life math skills.
In November, first graders invited families to school for an evening program called Magnificent Math Skills! First graders showed families how to play fun math games to improve math skills at home! First graders showed off their skills as they sang math songs on stage!
HAYSHIRE CHILDREN ARE CARING AND SHARING!
Mrs. Glover's second graders collected pajamas to help others.
The Green Team collected pancake mix and syrup to make pancake breakfast kits for the Panther Pantry.
Hayshire children and staff are collecting Red Cross donations to help others in times of need.
Continue to send donations to school. The Red Cross will be present on December 21 at our Sing Along to collect the donations. THANK YOU!!!!!
HAYSHIRE LEARNERS LOVED THE HOUR OF CODE!
All About Kodable by Armando Silimperi, grade 1
We played Kodable for hour of code. There are three levels. You start out with a blue fuzz and you have to earn other fuzzes. You have to use computational thinking to save the puzzles. Now you know about Kodable.
The Ripples are our PR group of Hayshire learners who keep us informed about what is happening at Hayshire.
Family Forums are coming! Hayshire will share information about the following topics:
Vertical Teaming - January 11, 6:30 - 7:30 pm
Using Technology to Leverage the Learning - February 6, 6:30 - 7:30 pm
Multi-Age Classrooms - March 26, 6:30 - 7:30 pm
We will share info and provide time for questions.
THERE IS NO SCHOOL FROM THE AFTERNOON OF DECEMBER 22 (early dismissal at 12:30 pm) THROUGH JANUARY 1. We will be back in session on January 2.
We wish everyone a wonderful holiday season with family and friends!
YOU ARE INVITED!
Kindergarten learners will present a holiday program on December 18th, 6:30 pm, at Hayshire. Come and enjoy the sounds of the season!
THANK YOU FOR ATTENDING THE PARENT-TEACHER CONFERENCES!!!!! We want to work together to help your child succeed!
Panther Pantry Schedule The mission of The Panther Pantry is to provide nourishment to the children and families of Central York School District. The pantry shelves are stocked each month by Central York School District learners and community volunteers. The food and household items that line the shelves are donated by community members.
Anyone from our Central York School District community is welcome to the pantry. Know that you will be cared for and that information is kept confidential.
Pantry hours are from 5:00-6:00 pm on the Dec. 19 at the Central York Middle School.
Central York School District Mission Statement
The Central York School District is committed to providing educational opportunities in which ALL students strive to achieve their full potential.