We know it's hard to think about school supply shopping, especially right now. However, this year, 1st Day School Supplies is going to help parents and teachers get the exact supplies needed for next school year without having to go to any stores.
They have guaranteed competitive prices on the highest quality brands including the germ-fighting brands like Purell and Clorox. So, with all the uncertainty, why not check school supply shopping off your list. You can make your purchase right now, get started by clicking the link: www.1stdayschoolsupplies.com/kits.php?sid=81412... See MoreSee Less
Thanks so much for all of your giving towards our Hyde Park School COVID-19 Relief Fund. The fundraising and assistance will continue through the summer months. We've raised over $3600 and have been able to help 24 families so far using $2850 of the funds raised! For several families with sudden income loss, we've helped provide groceries to bridge the gap until longer-term assistance was available. Through your generosity, we are also helping many families get necessities that aren't provided through other assistance programs (like laundry detergent, toilet paper, etc).
We will continue to track families in need throughout the summer. If your family is in need, please contact Jill Sunderman at email@example.com or your child's homeroom teacher.
If you'd like to give any amount toward this fund, go to hydeparkschoolpto.org/help to donate. We are happy and humbled that our Eagle family can be in this together! ... See MoreSee Less
Sixth graders tried their hand at needlepoint embroidery, specifically with a technique called bargello which consists of upright flat stitches. Students sketched various patterns before recreating the design on the plastic canvas squares, which were then pieced together for this happy and colorful rainbow wall hanging! The piece measures approximately 2 feet by 3 feet.
*Unfortunately, the students were not able to complete their square due to the school’s closing, but the Spring Celebration Art Co-Chair, Emily Danner, has finished them up! She used the students’ sketches to complete the desired patterns. Thanks for the hard work, Emily! event.gives/hpspto20/items/114011... See MoreSee Less
Hyde Park School Spring Celebration | Sixth graders tried their hand at needlepoint embroidery, specifically with a technique called bargello which consists of upright flat stitches. Students sketched various patterns before recreating the design on the plastic canvas squares, which were then pieced...