Upcoming Events

MARCH
30            HOLIDAY - NO SCHOOL

APRIL
2-6           SPRING BREAK - NO SCHOOL
15            PPIE RUN




2018-2019 PTSA Executive Board Election Slate

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We would like to send a huge appreciation and thank you to Kelly French, Christina Gary, Angela Holmes, and Marcey Donnelly, this year's PTSA Nominating Committee, who put in countless hours in search of the perfect PTA board candidates for next school year. We appreciate you!

With that said, we present you with the 2018-2019 PTA Executive Board. Congratulations to everyone!!

President - Lindsay Franco
EVP - Mary Diligent
Secretary - Ea Edwards
Treasurer - Kelley Heck
Financial Secretary - Natasha Wanis
1st VP of Student/Community Outreach - Stephanie Schieder
2nd VP of Membership - Summer Bowers
Historian - Vani Bhargav
Auditor - Shishir Gundavaram

Pleasanton Run for Education is on April 15th

The 6th Annual Pleasanton Run for Education, benefitting the Pleasanton Partnerships in Education Foundation (PPIE), takes place Sunday, April 15, 2018. All races begin and end at the Alameda County Fairgrounds in Pleasanton. 

This year's race offers 3 distances (5K, 10K and 15K) to challenge everyone- from the casual walker, to the novice runner, to those training for their first marathon. 

 
HPMS has received the School Spirit Award every year for our high participation rate, and we want to win it again this year! You can register at: www.ppierun.com.


Make A Difference Awards

The "Make a Difference" Awards were established to celebrate the special education youth throughout our community and 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. All submissions, meeting the criteria below, will receive an award and you and your family will have an opportunity at our awards event to personally present the award to your special person! "Make a Difference" Awards ceremony will be held on May 9th, 2018 - Save the date!


CRITERIA: Award recipients can be an individual from the student's school, public agency, public social service provider, or other community member who has helped, motivated, encouraged, and/or supported the student and had a significant impact in the student's life. So we may recognize, learn about, and encourage new and deserving people, submissions for awardees honored in the past two years will not be accepted. Students must currently receive special education services from one of the member districts of the Tri-Valley SELPA. Please, no staff to staff nominations. Submissions are limited to no more than two per family and are due by April 13th. 



Premio Haz la Diferencia

Los premios "Haz la Diferencia" se establecieron para celebrar a los niños y jóvenes que participan en educación especial a través de toda nuestra comunidad y brindar la oportunidad a las familias para brindar reconocimiento a los individuos que han "ido más allá" para hacer la diferencia en la vida de su niño especial. Todos los nominados, que cumplan con los requisitos que se mencionan a continuación, recibirán un premio y usted y su familia tendrán la oportunidad en nuestra ceremonia de premios de entregar personalmente el premio a su persona especial. La ceremonia de
premios "Haz la Diferencia" se celebrará el miércoles, 9 de mayo del 2018 @ Dublin High School 6:00 p.ml - 8:00 p.m. ¡Los Esperamos!



HPMS CHEER TRYOUTS!!!

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Are you interested in being a part of an award-winning team? Making lifelong friends? Then HPMS Cheer is for you! Please come to the informational meeting to find out how YOU can become an HPMS Cheerleader for the
2018/19 school year!

The meeting is on Wednesday, March 28th at 5pm in the HP Library. All necessary paperwork, as well as information regarding tryouts, and competitions will be given at the meeting, so don't miss out!

Thanks, and see you there! -Ms.Brazil and Ms. Fields


LIVERMORE INNOVATION FAIR ARTS IN TECHNOLOGY


Livermore Innovation Fair is a project targeted to bring STEM + Arts excitement in the community. It is a FREE, family-friendly showcase of discovery and imagination that is equal parts science fair, high-tech exhibition, art show, and community carnival.

RSVP required. To learn more about the event, receive updates and confirm entry, please visit the Facebook event page.

The event will take place rain or shine. If necessary, exhibitions will be covered or moved indoors.