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June Newsletter

                                    Hillsborough Elementary Newsletter                    

June, 2022

June 20th-June 24thSpecial end of year activities for all students…more details to come.

Thursday, June 23rd – Grade 5 Celebration Ceremony at 11:00am

                                    Sistema concert – 6:30pm


Friday, June 24th    – Last day  for students and final report cards

                                             (A  2022-2023 school calendar will be included with June report cards.)


Dear Parents/Guardians,

This is the final monthly newsletter for the 2021-2022 school year.  It has been a year like no other …and I said that last year!  It has been good to have had more normalcy these last few months.   Thank you for your support through the challenges we faced.  Your children have done well with the many rules and changes they encountered this year. We are proud of them all!  With more normal operations, we are happy to be making plans, like in previous year (before the pandemic) for end of year activities.  We are planning a school outing the last week of school. More details will be coming…stay tuned!


Some preparations have started for the next school year including plans for bussing. Bus information is available in mid-August.  If you know that alternate bus routes will be needed for your child (ie another bus stop needed besides your home address), please contact the school for an alternate conveyance form and return to the school before the end of the school year. These will be processed over the summer. Also, we often receive questions about what classrooms students will be in next year.  At this time, we are unable to confirm the specific classrooms and teachers as staffing is still being confirmed. Changes may continue to take place even over the summer. Class lists with homeroom teachers will be posted at the school on the first day in September.  


 Finally, with summer just around the corner, we want to encourage students to keep up their literacy and numeracy skills over the summer. A good way to do this is to connect with our local library. Students will be hearing about the library’s summer plans soon through classroom presentations. They will receive more information to take home.  


We want to wish everyone a safe and enjoyable summer. We look forward to seeing our returning students in September and wish our grade 5 students the very best as they leave us at HES and move on to middle school.

Susan Wilmot