Posted September 3, 2021
Dear Hallett Families,
We had another week filled with joy, fun, and learning! We are thrilled by the return of in-person Community Circles on our playground, and having a chance to connect as an entire school community.
While we remain grateful for the opportunity to gather together in-person, we continue to mandate mask-wearing inside, frequent hand-washing, and disinfecting our learning spaces (desks/tables and chairs) , to support keeping our students healthy and safe.
As a reminder, we will not be having a back-to-school night this year. Instead, teachers are sent out electronic newsletters to share classroom expectations, supplies needed, units of study and learning goals, and pictures of our classrooms. Please reach out to your child(ren)’s teacher if you have questions or concerns about what’s happening in class. You may email your child(ren)’s teacher : teacher’s first name_teacher’s last firstname.lastname@example.org .
Thank you for another wonderful week. We can’t wait to see you on Tuesday! Have a great holiday weekend.
Join the Black Family Advisory Council to make positive changes for Black students and families in Denver Public Schools!
Follow us on social media: @DPS.BFAC
Email us: DPS.BFAC@gmail.com
If you are interested in volunteering this year at Hallett, visit DPS Volunteer Services and please email our Dean of Culture Kelsey Rogstad at Kelsey_Rogstad@dpsk12.org. In your email please include:
We are thrilled to have all of our students back in-person! For the safety of our entire community please make sure you are following our health and safety guidelines.
Download the order forms to the left, and pick out your Hallett spirit wear!To order:
Order forms are due by Tuesday, September 28!!
Free Meals for All Students 18 Years and Younger Will Extend Through the 2021-22 School Year!
All students enrolled in Denver Public Schools will have access to breakfast and lunch meals at no cost, regardless of free and reduced meal eligibility. A la carte options (second entrée, milk, bottled water, snacks, etc.) will be available for purchase at school sites. Adult meals may be purchased, $3.00 for breakfast and $4.50 for lunch. For students who select a school lunch, they will go to the cafeteria line and choose from a variety of entrees and fruit/vegetable sides. Students will enter their student ID at the cashier only if they purchase a la carte items.
Families who would like to get meals for children at home may go to their nearest school cafeteria and request meals for children 18 years and younger.
Families are encouraged to complete a Free and Reduced-Price Meal Application to be eligible for additional family benefits and school funding, including items such as fee waivers, EBT benefits, and to ensure proper funding for schools.
Pink Pantry Totes of Hope is teaming up with the staff of Hallett Academy and the Food Bank of the Rockies to offer a supply of nutritious meals and snacks for students over their weekends and extended breaks, free of charge. Bags will be distributed at dismissal by the buses on the last school day before the weekend or break.
Any child enrolled in Hallett Academy is able to receive these weekly bags of food.
If you feel like your family is in need from this program, we encourage you to sign up by filling the form out below and returning it to school or you can fill it out electronically. Only one form is needed per family, but include information for each child on the form below. This information is kept confidential. Once your family is signed up, they will receive bags of food each week until they leave the school or until you no longer wish to participate.
We encourage you to take advantage of this program for your family and your students.
Questions or concerns? Please contact:
Brittany Talvy, School Psychologist 720-424-6099 or at Brittany_talvy@dpsk12.org
To complete this form electronically please click:
The FACE Centers offer free wraparound services to community members 16 or older in order to obtain critical life skills to increase their economic self-sufficiency and the academic achievement of their students.
The FACE Centers offer a variety of multi-generation services at one location, making it convenient for families to benefit from multiple services offered in their school community. Participants do not have to be DPS parents, all services are open to all community members.
Free basketball camp Sept 25th from DPD/Gold Crown Basketball Camp and Mentorship Program Launch for ages 9-13.
*Eventbrite is the platform we are using to sign up kids. It’s a sales based program and references the word “tickets.”
The registered youth are not required to present a ticket at any time.This data will be used to confirm participation and track the number of registered youth.Password: Pazen