- Friday, April 29
- 5th Ave Theatre Assembly
- International Night
- Monday, May 2
- Board Meeting
- Teacher Appreciation May 2-6
- Tuesday, May 3
- Annual Volunteer Appreciation Social
- Wednesday, May 4
- Elementary/Middle Early Release - Half Day
Yearbook pre-order going on now! Early bird pricing ends April 29th! You may purchase the 2015-2016 Yearbook by submitting an order form to the Hansen office paying by cash or check. All checks should be made payable to Hansen Community Council (HCC). All dedications must be received by April 29th to be included in the yearbook.
The HCC yearbook coordinator is currently collecting photos to be included in this edition. If you have any questions or would like to submit photos to be added to the yearbook, please contact our yearbook coordinator Claire Beagle at firstname.lastname@example.org
Dedications should be submitted to the email address above or placed in the yearbook box in the school office.
Important 2016-17 Enrollment Questionnaire
Current families only- Next year enrollment planning
If you did not have a chance to complete the 16/17 Enrollment Planning form at your conference, please click here http://goo.gl/forms/npsZ94T05G to complete a simple questionnaire to help us with enrollment planning for next year!
Please submit one response per student currently enrolled at Hansen.
2016-17 Kindergarten Registration
Follow the link below to enroll your child in Kindergarten for the upcoming 2016-17 School Year. You may use this link (a new pilot system) or obtain a paper enrollment packet from your school office. Please click below and follow the prompts to register your child for kindergarten.
If you have questions, please contact the school office. Please have your registration form completed by April 28, 2016, but sooner is a welcome help to our school Office Professionals.
After you submit your registration to the school, your information will be reviewed by the school office staff. If there are questions, they will contact you directly. You will then be called to set-up a time that you can come into the school and finalize any questions, provide proof of residence, and bring your child’s birth certificate and immunization record.
Cispus Outdoor School May 11-13
Fifth grade students will be attending Outdoor School at the Cispus Learning Center in Randle from May 11 through May 13. This is a Wednesday, Thursday, Friday trip. The Cispus Learning Center has been developed specifically for students environmental studies for both student and research. The cost of the trip is $150.00 per student. If you need to make payments, please contact Crystal Koplan in the office to set up a payment plan. Also, if your student needs to take a prescription or over the counter medication, the medicine and doctor’s permission form must be completed. It’s always an OK time to start preparing for what the kids need. A sleeping bag, towel, tooth brush, toothpaste, backpack, and small piece of luggage/large duffel bag are helpful. We could hit some wet weather so light rain gear, extra socks and underclothes are important. Look for more information to be coming from your child’s teacher soon.
Are you planning a vacation or do you have another reason your student will be missing school for a day or more? Please fill out a Planned Absence Request Form and return it to the Hansen office proir to the absence. The completed form will be reviewed by the student's teacher and school principal for approval of planned absences to be "excused".
Facility Use & Rentals
Facility use requests are now processed through a web-based operations software called SchoolDude. Community and district users alike can request the use of facilities via this tool. Once you have submitted a facilities use request, your request will be routed to the appropriate staff representative to confirm availability of the space you've requested. If you would like to submit a request click here.
We are now accepting online payments for All Day Kindergarten, Preschool and 5th Grade Outdoor School.
Go to the Online Payments Page and tell us what you think.
Safe Schools Alert
Safety is our top priority. SafeSchools Alert is a reporting system that allows students, staff, and parents to submit concerns to our administration in four different ways; phone, text, email or via the web. Anyone may easily report on bullying, harassment, alcohol/other drugs, vandalism or safety concerns through the SafeSchools Alert process. Tips may be submitted anonymously.