Wow! Way to go HPCS! Between both campuses we brought in 304 coats along with many more winter items to keep the community we serve warm this winter! That is more than one coat per student! What an amazing testament to how great our HPCS community is!
Ms. Bailey and her 1st grade class brought in 29 coats to win the donut party for the elementary students at the Madison campus. Great job 1st graders!
Mrs. Priske and her 8th grade class brought in an amazing 73 coats to win the donut party for the middle school students at the Madison campus! This class is our smallest class at the Madison campus at just 16 students! That is over 4 coats per student! Amazing job HPCS 8th graders, way to set an example for our younger students.
Honorable mention: Mrs. Krumbach's 7th grade class who brought in 52 coats! They will receive something in recognition of their amazing achievement as well!
Mt. Horeb hit their school goal of 35 coats to win a donut party for their school! That is one coat per family! Way to go Mt. Horeb students!
High Point families, our lost and found is overflowing! Please claim any of your items by Thursday, October 7! The cart will be in the lunchroom today and tomorrow for the kids to pick up any items and will be outside the gym during the day.
Our students had the opportunity to spend some unique time in prayer this week. Mrs. Krumbach’s 7th grade class had to hunt for a color and pray with each other. Mrs. Priske’s 8th grade engaged with a neighborhood prayer walk. They prayed in front of homes and fielded questions from curious residents. “It was a blessing to witness their hearts and courage as they boldly prayed for Madison!!”-Mrs. Priske. Our elementary students journaled and prayed outside as well. It is our privilege to worship and serve our God during school.
It was a tasty week for our elementary students! Today, our 2nd graders incorporated math concepts into their annual Johnny Appleseed Day. They taste tested apples and graphed their preferences. (What’s your favorite apple?)
Our 4th graders had a special ice cream treat and in-class “field trip” with Babcock Hall. Yum!
The 7th and 8th Grade ELA attended “Camp Rewind” last week. The activities culminated in collaborative campfire stories that took them to the woods and a pumpkin patch, as well as a ride on a train! They had to have s’mores around the campfire, of course!
Thank you, Mrs. Priske, for sharing and happy 1st Day of Fall to all of our HPCS friends and family! We hope you all kick off the season with a pumpkin patch and perhaps enjoy some time keeping warm in front of a campfire and sharing your own stories!