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Daycare Spaces Available at Humboldt Public School
6202014_93004_0.pngIn anticipation of a possible fall startup date, the Humboldt Public School Daycare is collecting names of possible entrants. If you have a child that will be age 6 months – 5 years as of next fall and are interested in them attending our daycare please contact the Humboldt Public School at 306 682-2684 or email us at hps@hzsd.ca.

At this time we are also taking names of people interested in serving on a parent board to establish and ensure policies and goals of the daycare are created and met. If you are interested in being a board member please let the school know.

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Attention Parents / Guardians
HCI has an easy way for you to monitor student achievement.
Now you can view your student’s information, including timetable, attendance, and achievement from the comfort of your home.

Connect Ed Login information
Our staff uses Maplewood Connect Ed as a way of tracking and communicating student achievement, attendance, timetables and important demographic information.
To acquire a username and password, please email the school at hci@hzsd.ca and identify who you are and the student you have enrolled in our school.

To Log in:
Go to the website: http://sis.hzsd.ca
Scroll down until you find Humboldt Collegiate Institute
Click on the Students or Parents Icon
Enter in your username and password.  
Please ensure to change your  password after logging in, as the password given only works once.

If you have any further questions about Maplewood Connect Ed, please phone or email us.  
You may also find help at http://www.maplewood.com/

HCI Lunch Menu
Daily Specials Students: $6.00   Adults: 7:50
Lunch cards are available at the Uniplex.

Monday, June 9 - Pita Pizza
Tuesday,June 10 - Penne with Meatsauce
Wednesday, June 11 -Beef Dip
Thursday, June 12 - Quesadiallas with potato Wedges
Friday, June 13 - Taco in a Bag
Monday, June 16 - Soft Taco's
Tuesday, June 17 - Pita Pizza
Wednesday, June 18 - Sausage with Mac and Cheese
Thursday, June 19 -Chicken Strips with fries
Friday, June 20 - Exams start

Regular Menu
Students $2.75/Adults: $3.50
Breakfast Bar
Baked Chips
Chocolate Milk
Vitamin Water 
Granola Berry Cup

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Education Week 2014
From October 19-25, 2014, we will celebrate Education Week with the theme “Supporting and Celebrating Success”.
We invite you to join us in celebrating Education Week 2014!

Kevin C. Garinger – Director of Education

Hello everyone. It’s hard to believe we are in the third week of October, given the unusually warm weather. Many of you are approaching your first reporting period and assessment is in the forefront of the work you are doing. As we focus on essential questions of where our students are at in terms of their learning, we have the opportunity to begin to address learning needs more directly through the data we glean from sound assessment practices. It is the time when we start to recognize which best practices are supporting which students and which practices need to be adjusted, revised and rethought to meet the needs of students who are not yet where we hoped they might be at this point in their learning. A lot of preparation and has been done in the training and retraining of our teachers in the Fountas and Pinnell benchmark assessment tool. Once this training is completed, our literacy data will demonstrate areas of success and areas of growth. In order for each of our students to meet their goals, we must use accurate data to address literacy needs strategically and specifically. It is my expectation that in sharing our accurate data, we will also share pedagogical practices with colleagues in our collaborative groups and among our staffs. This is a prime time for teachers to have conversations about how we are reporting learning to our parents as we all know that consistency and accuracy are crucial in communicating where children are at.


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