Hyde Park Middle School
The Academy of Science and Mathematics

Learning for Mastery

All students need to return their school-issued Chromebooks/Hotspots between 7:30 am - 2:30 pm. Breakfast and Lunch will be distributed from the front of the school between 9:20 am - 12:20 pm. Follow us on Twitter @HydePark_MS  

News and Announcements

Community Based Summer Opportuities

Attached are some community-based summer opportunities for students. The Just One project is offering summer camps for students and Southern Hills Hospital has a Teen Talk program for social and emotional support for teenagers. Please see the attached flyers.

Online Registration is Open - ALL Families Must Register

Dear Hyde Park Middle School Parents and Guardians,

On April 19, 2021, Clark County School District opened Online Registration (OLR) for the 2021-2022 school year. Please complete the OLR process no later than May 21, 2021, by following this link

https://ccsd.net/parents/online-registration.php

As part of the registration process, you will have two (2) choices for your child listed and explained below. In order to better understand the difference between these two educational settings, please read the information below to help you make the best educational decision for your child:

I want my child to participate in full-time face-to-face instruction five days a week for the 2021-2022 school year period. I understand my child will attend daily instruction at the school site.
This will be run as a traditional, face-to-face school setting. (any mandates regarding face-masks, distancing, and safety protocols will be followed)

I want my child to participate in full-time distance education for the 2021-2022 school year. I acknowledge and understand the guidance documents related to full-time distance education.

The ability to change a selected instructional model will be limited and will be dealt with on a case-by-case basis.
The Student takes responsibility for their learning process.
The student has strong time-management skills.
The student is goal-oriented.
The Student can independently communicate with their teachers.
The Student must have a dedicated space at home with limited distractions.
The Student must actively participate with his/her camera ON during all real-time sessions and stay for the duration of the class.
Real-time sessions take place during the school’s instructional day and are mandatory for all distance learning students.
The school administration has the right to change a student from distance education to face-to-face instruction if the student is not demonstrating academic progress.
The student will need to report to school on days of district and state-mandated testing, but no transportation will be provided for these activities.
Some students with specified IEPs may need to attend therapy and related services at the school.
Students in full-time distance education can still receive meals at school at no cost during meal distribution times.

CCSD and the Library District Team-up

The Clark County School District is collaborating with public libraries on the Summer Challenge. Students should continue building literacy skills by reading for at least 30 minutes daily. Students can win prizes. Contests run through July 31, 2021.
https://ccsd.net/district/ccsd-reads

Hyde Park Virtual Family Nights

Through the Title 1 program at Hyde Park, we would like to invite you to join us for a series of informational meetings. There are 4 seminars to choose from between May 4 - 19th. Click this story for information and links to each seminar.

Sessions Include:

College Tips for Middle School Parents:
This one-hour session will provide you with tips on how to facilitate college and career conversations.

Preparing for High School:
This one-hour session will provide families with information about high school preparedness, types of diplomas, and creating an academic plan.

Conversations in the Kitchen: Enriching Family Communication:
This one-hour session will focus on the importance of families engaging in meaningful conversations around mealtimes and the benefits these conversations have on the social-emotional and academic success of students.

Canvas Observer Accounts for Parents:
This one-hour session will cover how Canvas Observer accounts can keep you informed on student activity and grant you access to the content your student(s) is learning.

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Upcoming Events

Chromebook Dropff
Date: 5/28/2021
Location: HPMS - Details TBA
Chromebook Dropff
Date: 5/27/2021
Location: HPMS - Details TBA
Chromebook Dropff
Date: 5/26/2021
Location: HPMS - Details TBA
End of Semester 2 - Last Day of School
Date: 5/26/2021
Final Exams
Date: 5/26/2021, 8:50 AM 12:30 PM
Location: Online - ALL Final Exams are Virtual. Students will not be on campus for exams

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