November Newsletter

Dear Families of Phoebe Hearst, What a busy month of October we’ve had! The Giving Garden was in ‘full bloom’ with rich learning opportunities for students outside the classroom, PTO put on an incredible Harvest Festival in large part to the superb effort of Sarah Z’Berg, Hillary Johnson, and Holly Whitman, the Jog-a-thon raised more…

Jogathon Schedule

Jog-a-thon RESCHEDULED to Monday, November 3rd (Due to 90% chance of rain on Friday) Make sure your child comes to school with good running shoes and please remember that while it is a Free Dress Day, costumes are NOT allowed! Time Grade Run time Water and rest 8:30-8:55 K 10-15 10 9:00-9:25 1 15 10 9:30-9:55 5…

Dragon Values

Dear Parents, As you know, we have officially introduced the Dragon Values of Phoebe Hearst! There are nine core values that we expect of our students as well as ourselves with respect to conduct, attitude, and character each and every day! To reinforce these values, we have hung posters in each classroom and around campus…

Feeling Good From My Head ToMaToes!

Thank you Mrs. Relles for braving the fog this chilly morning and bringing your class out to work with our many parent volunteers in four Garden Stations! Kindergartners were able to get some Carrots planted, Be Chicken Herders, Learn about Composting Worms and be Garden Detectives! Did you know that the plant (green part) of…

ConnectED 10/21/14

A huge THANK YOU to you, the families of Phoebe Hearst, for your Jog-a-thon donations!! To date, we have totalled more than $38,000 dollars in donations to support our arts program, and the event isn’t until next week! What an incredible contribution from our families! We could not be more grateful. This Saturday is the Harvest Festival,…

It’s a Garden Party–Lettuce Turn-ip the Beet!!

Another great Garden Friday! As the weather decides to finally agree with the calendar we are getting our fall crops planted! Mrs. Warren brought her 3rd graders out and planted beets, lettuce and turnips. Did you know that before carving pumpkins became a tradition people carved turnips for Halloween? 3rd grader Christopher tending to Bella,…