Winter weather means keeping on top of possible delays & cancellations
With the freezing temperatures and winter weather that's sure to follow it's time to remember to add a step to your morning routine. Be sure to check here and other media outlets to ensure there are no delays or school cancellations when the weather turns particularly wintry. Remember that in case of a two-hour delay everything starts two hours late, from school bus pick ups to the ringing of the tardy bell. For a full two-hour delay schedule and more information about what to expect when inclement weather hits click here.
After school program available at community center
Kids ages six to 18 looking for something to do after school are welcome to take part in the city's Youth Drop-In Program. The after school program is available from 2:30 to 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday at the Grandview Community Center at 812 Wallace Way. Participants are able to use both the gym and game room during that time. The cost to attend is $10 a year for city residents and $20 for non-city residents. The only requirement is that parents fill out a program form, which is available for pick up at the parks and recreation office in the community center. For more information call 882-9219.
Introducing HT's October Students of the Month
Harriet Thompson Elementary School’s October Students of the Month are preschoolers Adrian Sanchez and Danny (Erick) De La Fuente; kindergarteners Frankie Medina, Anthony Rios, Brianna Morales, Ethan McCallum and John Moreno; first graders Alessandra De Robles, Lynette Grimaldo, Lucas Kassinger and Charlie Olmstead; second graders Diego Arteaga, Brandon Muniz, Marley Patnode and Mercedes Arguello; third graders Jennifer Solis-Rios, Kayda Roberts, Alexis Lopez and Destiny Barajas; fourth graders Joselene Prieto, Juan Hernandez, Arella Cardenas and Erick Ventura-Gonzalez; and fifth graders Leslie Lemus, Julian Bobadilla and Taylor Maki.