Miss Olga's Mid-Year Message...
Dear Falcon Parents,
We at Edward A. Hall Middle School would like to wish all of you a wonderful Holiday Season. Please know that our vacation begins on Monday, December 22nd. Students will be excused on Friday, December 19th at 12:47; this means that this day will be a minimum day.
It is very important that you check with your student regarding any unfinished assignments. We want all of our Falcon Students to be successful and to soar academically. We strive to provide every opportunity to help your students by providing help during lunch and afterschool. Students have been much more responsible in coming to school on time, however, we still have some chronic tardies. Please help all of us by ensuring that your students come every day ready to learn and with their assignments done. Check School Loop for the latest assignments and progress for your student. If you do not know how to access this information, ask your student or come to the Parent Volunteer Center and ask Brenda Guzman to help you.
Finally, let’s welcome in the New Year, 2015, with Peace In Our Hearts! Have a wonderful family time. We are very fortunate to have such a dedicated staff working at E A Hall and such kind and loving parents. See you all back on Monday, January 12th, 2015.
Olga de Santa Anna, Principal
Read Ms. Olga's Welcome Back letter (August 2014)
Student Supplies required for the 2014-2015 School Year
This is a list of supplies that each student will need as an E.A. Hall Falcon:
1. A 3-ring binder at least 1.5 inches wide
2. A supply of lined paper
3. A set of dividers for separating school work by class
4. A plastic zippered pouch for holding pencils, pens & erasers
5. Blue or black ink pens and pencils
All items can be purchased at Target, Kmart, or Staples.
For all P.E. classes, students will need the following items (which can be purchased in their P.E. class):
6. An E.A. Hall t-shirt ($8) with the student's name written on the front, and blue cotton shorts ($10) or nylon mesh shorts ($12) or sweatpants ($15).
7. White athletic socks and athletic shoes (which can be purchased at department or sporting goods stores).
Let's end homelessness
Un grupo diverso de ciudadanos preocupados, funcionarios elegidos, y proveedores de servicio han pasado varios meses desarrollando un nuevo plan de largo alcance para Prevenir, Reducir, y Terminar la falta de vivienda en el condado de Santa Cruz. Están invitando a toda persona interesada para que vengan a escuchar sobre el plan y den su opinión. Una audiencia pública estáprogramada para el Martes, Diciembre 2, 5:30 – 8:00 pm en la Iglesia First Christian, 15 Madison St. Watsonville.
Las imágenes abajo lo llevan al link de volantes que pueden imprimir
A diverse group of concerned citizens, elected officials, and service providers have spent several months developing a new Long-Range Plan to prevent, Reduce and End Homelessness in Santa Cruz County. They are now inviting all interested people to come hear about the Plan, and give your feedback. A Public Forum is Scheduled for Tuesday December 2, 5:30-8:00 pm at the First Christian Church, 15 Madison St. Watsonville.
The images below link to printable flyers.
PUBLIC HEALTH ADVISORY: Pertussis (whooping Cough) outbreak in Santa Cruz County
Read Every Night!
Read for at least 30 minutes every day after school. Then write a 3-sentence summary of what you read in your Planner. Don't forget to include the title and author. Finally, get it signed. If you are reading in the After School Program, have your teacher sign it.
Safety Tip Line
Read Important Policies dealing with Discrimination,Sexual and other Harassment
Cross-Country Final Meet (Mon 10/6/2014)
Anthologies Have Arrived!
The 2013-2014 Anthology of Student Work (aka yearbook) has arrived! Stay tuned for information on picking up the book you've already purchased, and information on how you can buy one now.
Working the Rotary Club Burger Booth, Santa Cruz County Fair, Sunday 9/14/2014
Congratulations New Student Council!
The Following students were elected to student council for the 14/15 school year:
1. President: Karina Bautista
2. Vice-President: Jennifer Vazquez
3. Secretary: Isaac Rocha
4. Treasurer: Alison Ramirez
Please congratulate these students and we look forward to their leadership next year!
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