Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Briefs


Carey School to hold Leadership Night
    The public is invited to attend Leadership Night at Carey School tonight, March 12, from 7-8 p.m.
    According to a news release, Leadership Night is an evening when the school opens its doors to the community to show of the “many great things that are happening.” Featured will be The Leader in Me process, which has been implemented into the culture of the school. The Leader in Me process teaches students the principles, practices and habits of being an effective person.

Hailey PTA to host Science Fair
    The Parent Teacher Association at Hailey Elementary School is inviting the public to attend the school’s Science Fair from 6-7:30 p.m. Thursday, March 13, in the school gymnasium.
    The fair is now in its fifth year. More than 60 Hailey elementary students will be presenting their science projects.
    “It’s just kind of cool because the first time we only had 18 kids participate and now we have over 60,” said Blaine County School District Trustee Kathy Baker.

School District announces ‘American Dream’ graduation ceremony
    The Blaine County School District announced this week that a family engagement program called “Realizing the American Dream” will conclude on Thursday, March 20, with a graduation ceremony for 36 parents who attended the 10-week program.
    Hailey Mayor Fritz Haemmerle will be the guest speaker.
    Conducted entirely in Spanish, the program taught parents how to help their children with schoolwork at home, motivate their children, build children reading skills, work as partners with teachers, the principal and other staff, make a plan to help their children succeed academically and help their children graduate from high school ready to go to college.
    The program was coordinated and taught by district Latino Outreach Coordinator Gloria Giraldo-Hurst.




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