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AFTER SCHOOL MEAL PROGRAM

Join us at Highland Park Middle School for a FREE meal after your school day.  Meals will be served in the cafeteria from 3:50 -4:10, Mondays, Tuesdays & Thursdays.  After school meals are served at no charge to all students by BSD Nutrition Services.  You do not have to be enrolled in a club or activity in order to receive a meal.  No application or registration is needed.  Meals need to be eaten in the cafeteria unless they are taken directly to a club or activity room.

 

After School Clubs, Session 2 starts Jan 21 thru Feb 20.  Visit the After School Club page here on our website for more information.

 

Southridge Youth Dance & Guard try outs are on January 28th & 30th from 6 pm - 9 pm.  Flyers are available in the stacker in red hall near the office.

 

Dining for Dollars for the PTO! Visit Joe's Burgers at 14623 SW Teal Blvd Beaverton 97007 on TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 2020 from 5 - 8 PM and 20% of sales goes to benefit Highland Park Middle School!  Mention or bring this flyer when you go!

 

Track & Field starts on February 25th and runs until May 7th.  Flyers are available in the stacker in red hall near the office.  

 

College and Career day planning is under way.  This is a great opportunity for our students to learn more about colleges and careers!  We need guest speakers in order to make this happen. Please see this flyer for further information. (En español)

 

Want to show your HP Spirit by wearing the latest in HP fashion?  Check out our online shop for gear. Proceeds benefit HPMS Student Leadership group:  https://teamlocker.squadlocker.com/#/lockers/highland-park-2

 

If you have not ordered a memory book (yearbook), the order forms are in the front office, they are $25.00.  If you are not sure if you have ordered one, check with one of the secretaries in the front office to verify your order.

 

HPMS PTO:

(9:15am-10:15am) PTO meetings are the 1st Wednesday of each month in the Library.  All families are welcome to attend.

Community Resources - Beaverton City Library message:

We are writing with some exciting news:  students at Highland Park will be receiving a WCCLS library card called a Youth Access Card!  We hope to distribute cards to your school sometime February 5th and February 12th.  Students will be able to use their new library cards to access a wealth of resources at the library and online; this is a great opportunity for them to extend their learning beyond the classroom walls.

 

Upcoming Dates:
JANUARY

27          School Closed: Grading Day

Chromebook Information:
The Beaverton School District is fortunate to be able to provide Chromebooks to all secondary students. At the beginning of each school year, each student is automatically enrolled in the District's Chromebook Damage / Loss Program and charged a $20 fee. Students who are eligible for free and reduced meals will have the fee waived and removed from their account. In order to be covered by the Chromebook Damage / Loss Program, the $20 fee must have been paid or waived.
On October 18, 2019, any Chromebook Damage / Loss fees that haven't been paid will be removed from student accounts. Students who have checked out a Chromebook but have not paid the Damage / Loss fee or have had the fee waived will not be covered by the program. Students not covered by the program will be fully responsible for any damage or loss of their assigned Chromebook.

For more information about the BSD Chromebook program, please visit: https://www.beaverton.k12.or.us/departments/future-ready/chromebook-resources

 

BSD Announcements:
District Community Event - Conversations About Race

Come join the conversation! Southridge High School is hosting a community-wide event on Wednesday, January 29, 2020. Starting with a schoolwide "conversation about race" earlier in the day, the school is then opening its doors to all students, families, staff, community members, and partners to engage in community-wide conversations about race from 3:30-6:00 p.m. There will be student, staff, and community-led breakout sessions on various topics from 3:30-4:10 and 5:05-5:45, with a keynote student panel from 4:15-5:00. The goal of this event is to increase individual racial literacy by participating in meaningful and purposeful learning and conversation. Registration information will be coming soon!