Hyde Park Middle School
The Academy of Science and Mathematics

Learning for Mastery

News and Announcements

HPMS 2020-21 Elective Request Forms

Please click on this News Story for links to 2020-21, Hyde Park Elective Request forms. Students will select their top 3 elective choices. Final scheduling is determined by the needs of the school and students are not guaranteed their top choice.

Students should select the grade-level form that they will be in for 2020-21, school year.
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Student Learning Extensions and Food Resources during School Closure

For up to date information visit CCSD.net

Kindergarten-Grade 8
The learning extension activities will be available at food deployment locations throughout the Las Vegas valley and online at ccsd.net in the near future.
Additional learning resources available for students in Kindergarten-Grade 8 are provided
● MAP Accelerator in Mathematics for Grade 3-Grade 8 https://www.khanacademy.org/login
● Khan Academy at www.khanacademy.org. Teachers can create access and assign learning
experiences prior to or during school closure by referencing Khan Teacher Resources.
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CCSD Learning Line

CCSD Learning Line - Telephone Help for Students
In an effort to provide assistance for students and families, CCSD has created the Learning Line, a service where CCSD personnel can provide support for all students via telephone to maximize their learning through distance education. Students and families can access the Learning Line by calling 702-799-6644. Educators will be available Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. to assist students in both English and Spanish during scheduled school days.
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Accessing Teacher Information

Our teachers will be utilizing a variety of platforms to contact you and their students, One of the ways is through Campus Portal messaging. If you do have a login for Campus Portal, please click here and complete the Google Form provided on the next page. An HPMS staff member will email you back within 24-hours your login information. You will be asked to answer student and parent-specific questions to verify tour identity.
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School Contacts

If you need to contact the school, please reach an administrator via the Hyde Park website. On the website click Teachers and find an administrator. Anna Belknap, Principal, Greg Jacobs, Assistant Principal, Christine Notareschi, Assistant Principal, Adam Taylor, Assistant Principal
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School is Closed - Please Click the Story for Full Details and Instructional Enrichment

Please see the message from Superintendent Dr. Jesus F. Jara

Today, Governor Steve Sisolak announced the difficult decision to close all schools in our state, including Clark County School District schools, effective tomorrow Monday, March 16, 2020. This closure will continue through Monday, April 13, which includes the already scheduled Spring Break. State health officials will determine if schools are to reopen after April 13.

While no students will be attending school, CCSD essential functions will continue operating throughout the closure, pending potential adjustments based on the changing environment.

As the decision to close our schools was made out of an abundance of caution to prevent the spread of coronavirus COVID-19, we ask parents to keep in mind the recommendations of the Southern Nevada Health District (SNHD), and as much as possible, please keep your children at home and avoid unnecessary outings.

We will continue communicating regularly throughout the closure to keep parents informed. Again, all schools are closed effective tomorrow, Monday, March 16, 2020, until at least, Monday, April 13.
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PAC Meeting Cancelled

To be in line with the CCSD in an abundance of caution, the March PAC Meeting has been canceled. Please be sure to check the school website and Twitter feed for continuous updates. You may contact the school administration for questions or concerns.
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Nevada Moves Day, March 16-20


Nevada Moves Day is a statewide event that highlights the benefits, opportunities, and barriers around safe walking and biking to and from school. Physical activity, such as walking and biking, before school gets student's brains oxygenated and ready to learn. Plus, more walking and biking to school can reduce up to 25 percent of morning rush hour traffic
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Student Council is Supporting the Las Vegas Rescue Mission

Starting on Thurs, 1/30, leadership students will be coming around during the third period to collect any donated items (the list of items is on the attachment). Collections will occur every day between the 30th and Feb 6th. The three classes with the highest donation percentage will win an ice cream party courtesy of STUCO.
All donated items will be delivered to the Rescue Mission, along with the bagged lunches.
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