Hyde Park Middle School
The Academy of Science and Mathematics

Last week, spirit week was full of hearts 

it all started with disney day - Monday

Valentine's day/ Anti Valentine's day - Tuesday

Valentine's Day Tuesday

Who was your Valentine?

Super Hero - Wednesday 

Admin To The Rescue!

P.J. day - Friday 

P.J. Day:

     I woke up like this 

Last week was the best 

Best friends make life fun

Hanging with friends - 

    Join us for the next Spirit Week

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News and Announcements

Pennies for Patients

Start gathering your change (and dollar bills) and encourage your students to do so because Pennies for Patients will be the week of February 27th - March 3rd. This will be a classroom competition during 4th period. The class with the highest average will win lunch from the Olive Garden.

Free and Reduced Lunch Application

All families receiving free or reduced lunch must reapply each year. Those families who have not applied this year are no loner receiving Free or Reduced meals. Hyde Park students benefit in 2 ways from the free or reduced lunch program. First and foremost, it is very difficult for hungry students to focus on their school work; well nourished students are more productive. In addition, our school's Title 1 funds are determined by our percentage of students that receive free or reduced lunches based on applications. That funding is used to buy technology, provide after school tutoring, and lower class sizes, among other benefits for our students. Applications may be completed on-line at: www.myschoolapps.com, or paper applications are available in the school office. If you have any questions, please contact the school at (702)799-4260.

Year of STEM Education

Governor Sandoval has proclaimed the 2016-2017 school year as the Year of STEM Education in Nevada. Please take a look at the attached letter about Nevada's plan for STEM Education.

http://www.stemhub.nv.gov/

Late Activities and Late Activity Buses

Students remaining after school must be in an adult supervised club or activity. Students not in a supervised activity must leave campus by 2:15 pm. Students are not allowed to remain at the park, play basketball on the outside courts, or roam around campus unsupervised after school. When clubs and activities are dismissed at 3:30 pm, students must report immediately to the front of the building by the flag pole to await their ride or the late activity bus or, if students walk home, they must leave immediately. Students waiting for a ride after late activities must be picked up by 3:45 pm or they will need to ride the late activity bus. Students may not leave campus after school and return to ride the late activity bus; only students in adult supervised clubs or activities will be allowed to ride the late activity bus. Students who do not follow these procedures will not be allowed to stay after school for late activities.

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