Hancock Happenings Week of Oct 17, 2022

Hancock Happenings Week 8
Posted on 10/19/2022
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Monster Dash Fun Run Oct 27th

As you may know, our Monster Dash is fast approaching!  Our fundraising so far has been amazing!  As of the end of last week, we have raised $24,200.00. This is 81 % of our total goal! Keep up the great work!  Do you still need to register?  No problem!  Register your Child by visiting www.getmovinfundhub.com It's free, easy, and fast to register!  For School Identifier use 5d2dd90096b76

Event Details: Though this is a “monster dash” for safety reasons, students are not allowed to run in costumes. All parents are encouraged to join us during their student's event participation time to help CHEER them all on!  This event will be held on our track on Thursday, October 27th. The schedule is as follows:

8:00-8:20 UTK and kinders

8:30-8:50 First grade

9:00-9:20 Second grade

9:30-9:50 Third grade

10:00-10:20 Fourth and Fifth grade

Students Can Make up Absences at Core Academy

Saturday, Nov 5th will be the first Core Academy session at Hancock this year. Core Academy is an additional instructional day (4 hours on a Saturday) offering academic support in various core subject areas to help students reach their academic goals and allows students to make up one full day of absence and up to 4 tardy days. Students must sign up ahead of time to attend. Please complete this Google Form to register your student. Sign Up for 11/5 Core Academy Here

Halloween at Hancock

Get ready for a spooky Halloween parade! We are so excited to welcome back our Halloween parade at school on Monday, October 31st! To accommodate the large number of students, we will have to break up the parade into two groups.  The UTK and K classes will be doing the parade from 8-8:30 and 1st-5th will be at 1:30-2:00. Both times will be at the flag pole area. Gates will open for parents that would like to come to watch the afternoon parade at 1:25. Please remember that costumes must be able to be worn to school or be able to be put on without requiring assistance from staff, students may not bring toy weapons/accessories/or masks, and candy is not allowed at school. 

Student/Parent Conflicts

Please note that if your child has a problem at school it is best to notify the classroom teacher, counselor, Principal, Associate Principal, or Office.  We are here to help.  Trying to “deal with the situation” yourself can lead to conflicts between students, and parents, and can sometimes involve School Police, Military School Liaison Officers, and even the San Diego Police Department. The school ends up becoming involved anyway and we could have possibly avoided unnecessary conflicts.  If you ever have a concern please talk with your child’s teacher first and other staff will become involved if/when needed.  

Cell Phones/Toys

As a reminder, students may not use their cell phones or smart watches during school hours. These devices may be brought to school and put away in backpacks during school hours. Once students are outside the gates, they may use their devices. We ask that students leave toys, sports equipment, gum, candy, sodas, trading cards, etc. at home to avoid creating a distraction of the learning environment and to prevent personal items from being lost or stolen. 

Parenting Support Program - Information Meeting Oct 20th

The Defense Department and the Military and Family Life Counseling (MFLC) Program are pleased to offer ADAPT for our community. ADAPT is a family resiliency program that strengthens families by reducing stress, improving parenting, preventing and reducing children's emotional and behavioral problems, and strengthening parental functioning. ADAPT is an evidence-based parenting program designed for military families with school-aged children ages 4-13. See the attached flyer for information.

Early Bird Pricing for Yearbooks 

Hancock’s online Yearbook YBpay portal is now open for purchasing our yearbook at “early bird” pricing. Reserve a copy of the 2022-2023 yearbook at a discounted price of $10!!!  Order now through Oct. 30th to lock in this price. Prices go up starting Oct 31st. Order at https://ybpay.lifetouch.com/ School ID 13554723

Hancock is now a Community Based School 

One exciting change at Hancock this year is that we are piloting a new program at SDUSD known as Community Based Schools. Hancock was named a Community School (CS) in the spring by the Board of Education along with four other schools in the district.   We are pleased to have our new Site Coordinator, Ms. Abi Avila, working to learn how to garner the best support possible for our Hancock students and families.  You may email Abi at [email protected]  For more information regarding Community Schools please visit the following websites:  




Students Absent With COVID-like Symptoms

Please keep your child home when they’re sick.  If your student has any COVID-like symptoms (see list), please keep them home until the symptoms have improved and a negative COVID-19 test result has been achieved.  If your student tests positive for COVID-19, please complete the Reporting Tool: https://sforce.co/3HOD3ZL If you have any questions about when and what is required for your student to return to school, please contact our health office at 619-605-3200, Option 3.  

Need to Report an Absence?

If your child will be absent please be sure to report your absence to the office, not just your teacher.  You may report the absence using this google form or you may also call our phone line at 619-605-3200 and press 1 for attendance to leave a message.  Please be specific in your reason. 

Upcoming Important Dates

Oct 27 - Monster Dash/Fun Run

Oct 31 - Yearbook price increases to $13

Nov 5  - Core Academy



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