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To report an absence, please call the office at     (707) 522-3190, or send an email to the office by clicking on the link below:


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Upcoming Events and Important News


Our Spring Book Fair is coming up, April 24th thru April 28th. The Book Fair will be open before school from 7:50 to 8:30am and after school from 2:00 to 3:00pm, closing Friday morning. There will be extended shopping hours on WednesdayApril 26th, from 2:00 to 6:15pm. 

If you are unable to attend the fair in person, you can shop online at this link:  Come to Our Book Fair! from now until May 2nd.

Volunteers are needed to help make our Book Fair a big success! Please consider helping and sign up at: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f054ca9a62ca46-spring

We are looking for two Co-Chairs to get involved to help run this wonderful event next year.  Please email me below if you are interested in learning more.

If you have any questions, please contact Tara Veal @ 546-3825 or mjveal89@yahoo.com.  We look forward to seeing you and your family at the HVSS Spring Book Fair!


Spring at HVSS


By state law, absences from school must be verified.  Absences that have not been verified or cleared with the office by 9:30am each day will be followed up with an automatic phone call to the student's home.  If you are unable to call the office, you can send a note when your child returns to school.  Without a note or a phone call, all absences will be considered unexcused.  All absences should be cleared within 24 hours of your student returning to school.  

When your child reaches 14 medical absences during the school year, a note from your child's doctor will be required for any subsequent medical absences.


It is important that students arrive at school on time.  Arriving late not only deprives a child of valuable instruction, it disrupts the learning of the other students in the classroom.  Chronic tardiness may result in a parent conference, Student Study Team referral, or disciplinary action.  

In the case of Open Enrollment and employment-related transfers, tardies can jeopardize the enrollment status of the student.

Students are considered tardy if they arrive after the morning bell and students have already entered the classroom.

If students arrive late, they must check in with the office before going in to the classroom.

Students are considered truant after 30 minutes.  

Arriving late to school due to a medical, dental or similar appointment should be supported by a note from the doctor or dentist office.  

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Today: 4/25/17
12:00 AM Spring Book Fair
2:20 PM Play-Well TEKnologies - Engineering with Lego
2:30 PM Art & Soul Art Class
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Coin Drive Success!

Our coin drive was a great success!  Thank you to all who donated (many bringing JARS of coins from home) and to all the parents and volunteers who braved the rainy week to set-up and collect the coins!