News, Events, and Announcements
Thanks to SCRA for the grant to improve our environmental learning commons!!! In December 2019, we received the furniture for the library to provide a learning space for all students, staff and families. Over the last few months we have received items to get the greenhouse up and running and to provide learning related to planting, environment and making a difference in our lives in regards to healthy eating and recycling. Last spring we had an environmental fair that included various speakers and activities related to the outdoors.
Attention West Youth Girls Basketball Future Falcons Program Information
Who: Attention West Youth Girls Basketball (G3-8) players/coaches:
What: “Drills and Skills” basketball clinics/practice sessions (late sign ups and team formation can happen as well)
When: September 29/October 6/October 13 (Sundays)
Where: West HS main gymnasium
Times: 2:30-5 PM (G3-5 @ 2:30-3:45 PM/G6-8 @ 3:45-5 PM)
Cost: monetary donation – but not required – to the West GBB Future Falcon fund if you like (could offset costs for players in the program or purchase player development needs/equipment
Hosted by: West HS coaches/West HS players/Future Falcon Youth coaches
Questions? Contact West Coach
…no matter what the age of the child.
Anything from an art or lunchtime spill, wet slide, fall in a puddle at recess, being sick or even bathroom issues, your child may need a change of clothing.
Due to lack of available storage, there will no longer be extra clothes in the nurse’s office to help when these kind of problems happen.
We are requesting that EACH CHILD have a full change of clothing (top, bottom, socks and underwear) kept in their locker or cubby at school. These items should be individually labeled with the child’s
Saturday March 1st was the 1st Annual 180 Zone Elementary Basketball Tournament at Hayes. The Royal Blue team from Hayes was the winner, but all of the students who played had a great time. Players from each of the participating schools have been hard at work on practice and at weekly games. The kids gave a great effort and it was easy to see they loved every minute of it!
The Hayes team had to win three games to win it all and the last two were very close. It looked like they were worn out at
Unity Point Health Care is offering area schools a chance to win $25,000 to enhance the well-being of students, staff, and/or learning environments. Help Hayes Elementary to win the grand prize or several smaller prizes by going to the Unity Point website and voting for Hayes. You can vote as often as you like, and the voting runs from September 17th through the 30th.
Vera French Mental Health Center is proud to announce same day access for adults and children for their first intake visit. See the attached flyer for dates and times for adults and children. Each initial visit takes about 90 minutes, although they can last longer. Be sure to bring proof of insurance, a photo ID, custody or guardianship paperwork, and previous mental health history paperwork.