Welcome Back to School HES

Welcome back to another wonderful year. Hanksville Elementary has eight students this year and they are all excited to be in school. Just a reminder for the parents that we will be having a feld trip to Capitol Reef park for a day of hiking and fun, on September 11th. Permission slips need to be turned in By Monday September 9th. Also on September 20th there will be no school for students. 

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Science Fair

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     The students at Hanksville Elementary had a blast with their science projects. They worked hard preparing their projects. The student who won first place did their science project on yeast and what would make the yeast rise faster. She discovered the fastest way to make yeast rise was in warm water with cane sugar.

     The second place winner did his project on how to make a homemade stethoscope. He discovered that though it was hard to make a stethoscope he was grateful that we have them.

     The third place winner did his project on ladybugs.

     All the students had fun working on their science  projects and learning new things.

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Spy Hop

April Science 1

April Science 2“Have you guys ever seen ‘The Nightmare Before Christmas’?” Asked Sam to the students of Hanksville Elementary on March 20th. Gabbie and Sam from Spy Hop came to show the students how a stop motion video worked and to help them make a video of their own. They explained that movies like The Nightmare Before Christmas can take many years to make. They worked together to make their background of a jungle. They set up the computer and camera and took many pictures as they slowly moved their pirate and monster across the background.

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Winters End

45E6D816 4DC1 48C9 A0CE 8A68C79CF46DWinter is slowly drawing to an end. We have had a lot of fun this winter season. We had the school play where the students got to sing their favorite Christmas music. In January the preschool students learned how to bake cupcakes and frost them. We celebrated our 100th day of school January 18, 2019, and K-5 had tons of fun with Ranger Shauna as they have been learning about geology. Mr. Fred Weihing has been comeing to Hanksville Elementary on Friday‘s to help the students with learning about wood work. It truly has been a very fun season. 

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2019 Survey for HES Parents

Dear Parents and Guardians,

Beginning Monday, February 4th, CUES region will be administering online school surveys. All parents or guardians of current students are invited to participate. The purpose of the survey is to gather feedback about teachers, principals, and schools based on interactions during the 2018-2019 school year. Responses are anonymous and no personal information is collected.Please include productive respectful, and helpful input. We seek to improve our school and make it a positive place for all students, parents and community members. Results will be given to teachers and administrators and used to improve classrooms and schools. The surveys take about 10 minutes.  

You may take the survey on any computer or device that has web access. You are also welcome take the survey on a school computer. The survey is available in English and Spanish.

You can access the survey by following the link below: 

https://uepc.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_3lMETXxIWwNiypL

There is also a link to the survey on the school and district websites.  

This survey will be open through Friday, February 22nd.  You may receive more than one invitation or reminder to take the survey, but please take the survey only once per school.

Please note: 

Only select the teachers your student(s) have classes with this academic year (2018-2019).

If you have more than one child at the same school, please only take the survey once.  You will have the opportunity to provide feedback for multiple teachers at the school.  

If you have children attending multiple schools, please only take the survey once per school.  You will have the opportunity to provide feedback for multiple teachers at each school.  

Comments will be shared with administrators and teachers in their original form.  If you wish to remain anonymous, please do not provide any information that may directly or indirectly identify you (ex.: your name, your child’s name, your child’s gender, details of a specific incident or conversation, etc.).

Thank you in advance for your participation.

Sincerely,

Hanksville Elementary

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