Come Join Us
Our S.T.E.M. Night will be February 1, 2019 from 6-8pm.
We will have presentations from Hillcrest robotics as well as community businesses and organizations that work in STEM fields.
There will also be free dinner for families.
Come Join Us as we honor our 5th grade students for completing the N.O.V.A. Program.
Thursday January 10th, 2019
1:00 pm -2:00 pm
One Teacher of the Year from each elementary school, and two Teachers of the Year from both the middle and high school will be selected during the 2018-2019 school year.
Come Join Us!
Mom's and Muffins is going to be on Friday, January 18th. Our moms and muffins is held in the Hillcrest Elementary library from 7:15-8am, before school begins. The PTA will provide donuts/muffins and a drink. Moms and other female figures are welcomed to come and bring a book to read with their child while enjoying a morning treat.
We encourage everyone to come join us in the joy of reading!
After School Club
January 3rd - May 11th
Registration opens: November 13th at 9:00 am.
Field Trips and Guest Speakers
Fun Arts and Crafts Projects
Recreational Games and Activities
Healthy Lifestyles and Tobacco Awareness
Fees below are per session. A 25% discount will apply when registering additional siblings.
If your student qualifies for Free Lunch: $31 for the first child.
If your student qualifies for Reduced Lunch: $61 for the first child.
If your student Does Not qualify for free or reduced lunch: $121 for the first child.
Please contact the school with any questions.
CLUB después de la ESCUELA
Enero 3 – Mayo 11
El registro se abre: Noviembre 13, a las 9am.
Niños Reciben: Ayuda con Tareas
Viajes de Estudios y Oradores Invitados
Proyectos de Servicio
Proyectos Divertidos de Artes y Manualidades
Juegos y Actividades Recreativos
Estilos de Vida Saludables
Conciencia del Tabaco
Carácter y Aprendizaje de Habilidades para la Vida
Afiliación con 4-H
Las tarifas debajo son por sección. Un descuento de 25% aplica cuando registrando hermanos adicionales.
Si tu estudiante califica para Almuerzo Gratis: $31 para el primer niño.
Si tu estudiante califica para Almuerzo Reducido: $61 para el primer niño.
Si tu estudiante no califica para almuerzo gratis ni reducido: $121 para el primer niño.
Lineamientos para participantes del Club después de la Escuela se encuentran en: http://www.loganschools.org/asc-participant-guidelines-1/
Holiday Card Challenge
We invite all students to participate in Logan City School District’s
Holiday Card Challenge!
To enter submit an original design on an 8 1⁄2 X 11 piece of paper. On the back clearly print your first and last name, grade, and school.
Please submit artwork to the District Office
Entries collected until December 10, 2018 at 4:00pm
If your design is selected it will appear on the District Holiday Card which is sent to various agencies and districts throughout the state.
We look forward to honoring the artist selected during a January Board Meeting
If you have any questions, please contact Shelly at the District Office
Winter Music Program
December 14, 2018
Held at Logan High @ 6:30
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE - TOC
The building will open at 7:35 a.m. for breakfast. Students should not arrive before then unless they are participating in scheduled school activities before the start of school (i.e., orchestra or breakfast). The school day begins at 8:15 a.m. and students are dismissed at 2:35 p.m.
Morning kindergarten begins at 8:15 a.m. and students are dismissed at 11:15 a.m. Afternoon kindergarten begins at 11:35 a.m. and students are dismissed at 2:35 p.m. There is no adult supervision on school grounds before or after school. We expect children to go home immediately following dismissal from school. Parents may load and drop off (unload) students along 1400 East between 900 North and 1000 North. Parents may load or unload students on 900 North. There is no loading, unloading and parking in the bus zones on 1000 North. Loading, unloading and parking on the playground and in staff parking areas is also prohibited (see Hillcrest Traffic Safety Map in this document). Parents and guests may park in front of the school on the East side of 1400 North between 900 North and 1000 North as long as they avoid doing so during the following student drop off and pick up times:
7:30 am - 8:15 am (start of school day)
11:15 am - 11:25 am (AM kindergarten pick up)
11:25 am - 11:35 am (PM kindergarten drop off)
2:35 pm - (end of school day)
On half (½) days, students are dismissed at 12:15 pm. There is no school on ½ days for Kindergarten or Pre-school.
Parents and guests may also park east of the school on both sides of 900 North in the designated parking stalls.
SAFETY - TOC
Safe walking routes have been established and maps are available identifying the location of crosswalks and sidewalks. Parents have the responsibility to practice walking the safe route with their children. Slow down to 20 MPH or less when driving near the school. Park, load and unload students in designated areas only. See Hillcrest Traffic Safety Map on page 16. Skates, skateboards, scooters, roller blades or roller shoes are discouraged at school. Students should not bring CD players, sports equipment, toys, electronic games, cards or other potential nuisance items to school without teacher authorization. It is against Logan City ordinances for a student to throw snowballs, sticks, rocks, or any other"projectiles". Such behavior may result in a student being suspended from school. (See Safe Schools Policy) Please report lost or stolen bikes directly to the police. A student is allowed to ride a bicycle to school when:
A parent has given permission.
All riding safety and courtesy rules are known and willingly followed by the rider, (e.g., not riding double).
The bicycle is parked and locked in the bike racks.
The bicycle is not ridden on school grounds during, just before, and just after school.
The rider wears a helmet. Please be sure to label your child's helmet.
Sports or games, that involve excessive physical contact, are not allowed (e.g., tackle football, rugby,"King of Bunkers Hill", etc.).
Students should not climb trees, rails, basketball standards, the school building or other structures not intended for climbing. Students are not automatically covered by accident insurance while attending school. It is the responsibility of parents to provide accident insurance for their children. Information about obtaining student insurance is sent home with students at the first of the year and is also available at the office.
View the report under PARENTS and COMMUNITY COUNCIL