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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, March 16  - no school
Tuesday, March 17- Pita Pizza's with Caesar Salad
Wednesday, March 18 - Hot Dog with Soup andd Choc Milk
Thursday,March 19 - Chicken Parma Rosa Pasta withh Garlic Bread
Friday, March 20 - Taco in  a Bag
Monday, March 23 - Cheese with Grilled Soup and Choc Milk
Tuesday, March 24- BLT with Potato Wedges and Pasta Salad
Wednesday, March 25 - Soft Taco's with Tator Tots
Thursday,March 26 -  Lasagna with Garlic Toast
Friday, March 27 - Cheeseburger with fries

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

Instant Message
THIS WEEK IN HORIZON (March 16 - 20, 2015)
Kevin C. Garinger – Director of Education

I want to begin this week by thanking each of you in Horizon School Division. At our collaborative learning day, we were given some hard news that came out of our literacy assessments. What I noticed about the sharing of our literacy data is that there has been no blaming…no excuses. There is simply a resolve to address our results and an appreciation that, in knowing our results, we are better able to respond proactively and in new and different ways in support of our students. It is the way we respond to difficult news that sets us apart and makes the ultimate difference moving forward. The assessments each of our teachers performed didn’t create the circumstances…they created the awareness that things need to change. Over the years, we have been good teachers doing good work but somehow that good work has resulted in the deficit we saw in our data. This deficit didn’t happen this year or even over the last few years. It is not the result of a group of weak teachers doing poor work, or even a weak group of students or a full moon. It is a systemic matter that has been brought to light by the work of each of us and because of the work of each of us, our students will improve.


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