News and Announcements

Bike To School Day

On Thursday, May 9 we will be celebrating Bike to School Day, kids riding their bikes, scooter or skateboard to school on that day, and receive a small freebie.
We are looking for a couple of volunteers to help with this fun activity from around 8:00-8:45am, please contact Mrs. Yu if you can help. Volunteers must have clearance by the district.
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Homework Club

Mark your calendar! We will be starting our drop in Homework Club in Hart's Library starting Tuesday, September 4. The Library, staffed by certificated teachers after school will be open Mondays through Thursdays from 3:15 pm to 4:15 pm. The Library is not open after school on Friday's. Students sign in and out. No in and out privileges
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Parents Guide to Snapchat

As parents we must stay informed about all the new technology available to our kids. Maintaining conversations with them requires us to be proactive and knowing what's new and trendy.
SnapChat is a fun and very popular app among our kids, Do you know what it is? Find out more and stay social media savvy.
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ANGST Film Screenings

Parents and guardians are invited to the presentation and panel discussion on April 24, 7 pm. Doors open at 6:45 pm. Panel discussion at 7:45 pm. Local mental health professionals, PUSD MSW, Hart counselor(s) and Mrs. Heller will be leading this panel.
On April 30, students will have the opportunity to watch this film during the school assembly with the opportunity for Q & A with the panel after their screening. Opt out forms will be made available by Hart administration.
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Changes to providing Student Score Reports to parents/guardians.

The California Department of Education has developed a new way to share student scores for CAASPP and ELPAC in 2019. All State Assessment Student Score Reports will be available electronically through the Parent Portal better known as Q, instead of mailed as hard copy reports. As of March 1, Student Score Reports for the previous three years of CAASPP and the past year of ELPAC are available in the same parent portal. To read he full notice click on the headline.
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You are Invited to Middle School Mania 2019

Pleasanton's three Middle Schools (Hart, Harvest Park, and Pleasanton MS) have joined efforts to celebrate our very first Middle School Mania. Middle School Mania is coming up on April 26. It is a 3-school event, the first in a decade, where students from all 3 middle schools can celebrate the end of the school year together! It is from 4-5:30 at PMS. Tickets are $5 and will include a snack, water, and 3 games, because it is Carnival themed. There will be games like you see at the Pleasanton Fair, along with cotton candy, popcorn, Porky's Pizza, and ice cream. Come buy your tickets at the student store starting this Wednesday 17-24. Get your ticket early, we are only selling 75 per school!
Pleasanton Middle Schools’ is located on 5001 Case Ave., Pleasanton, CA 94566
For more info and to print the REQUIRED permission slip, click on the headline.
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Make a Difference Awards

MAD Awards were established to provide an opportunity for families to acknowledge individuals who have gone “above and beyond” to make a difference in the life of their special child.
We invite families with a special needs child to nominate a staff member. For more information and to nominate go to MAD Awards Submission Form found on their website or fill out their google form. (click on the headline to find links)
The Awards Ceremony will be celebrated on Friday, April 19.
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PRIDE Artwork Contest

The annual contest to design next year's cover of Hart's homework organizer is open to participants now! This art contest is open to all Hart students, and submissions can be hand drawn or computer generated artwork. Contest rules and entry info can be found by clicking on the headline.
Artwork is due on Friday, April 12. Winners being announced on April 22.
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Free Educational Events

Axis Community Health is providing FREE educational events in your community. We heard what your community is eager to learn about and we are very excited to announce them to you. Graham Wiseman’s presentation on Raising Emotionally Healthy Kids delves into the struggles of depression, stress and social media. The documentary Screenagers helps audiences understand the influence of smart phones and risk of addiction among today’s youth.
Several locations and dates to choose from. Click on the headline to see fliers.
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