Posted September 30, 2021
Dear Hallett Families,
The last week of September was filled with learning, fun, and a bit of fall weather!
As it starts to cool down, don’t forget to send your child(ren) to school with a jacket to wear during recess!
Next week is picture week at Hallett. Make sure your student comes to school picture ready on Tuesday, October 5. All students will have their picture taken. You can find information below on how to register now to receive a link to pictures once they are ready.
Enjoy the fall weather this weekend! We can’t wait to see you back at school on Monday.
How it works:
Conferences will be conducted virtually this year between Monday, October 11 and Thursday, October 14! Teachers will be emailing parents to set up a time to meet!
Free fresh produce will be available after school on the basketball courts for all Hallett families! Produce is provided by Food Bank of the Rockies and will be available on a first come first basis.
Other non-perishable food will be available on Fridays for pick-up as well!
Dear Hallett Families,
This school year your student will receive and bring home a large “Powersack” of food, which is being provided by your friends at Food for Thought!
We are a grass-roots group of neighbors who want to make sure every student has meals to eat over the weekend! We hope this bag will help provide meals and snacks for your student and your family each weekend. All funds for this food are privately funded with great passion. Please be respectful of the contents of the bag! Help us by ensuring all the food gets to your home or a family in need. We are very cautious of ‘expired’ dating. Please review the attached documents to understand how these dates are determined. If you don’t need the food in this bag, please pass it on to another family member or neighbor in need.
Your student will receive a Powersack every other Friday during the school year. Students will receive the Powersack on the following dates Friday:
9/24, 10/1, 10/29, 11/12, 12/3 and 12/17.
We welcome your feedback! Please let us know what you think of our program! You can reach us at email@example.com. If you have additional questions feel free to contact your School representative, Brittany Talvy at 720-424-6099 or firstname.lastname@example.org
We wish you and your student(s) a productive and fun school year.
Food For Thought – Denver
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 to students at dismissal on the last school day before the weekend or break. Occasionally there will be fresh produce and food available on Friday on the playground by the basketball courts.
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. 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
Join the Black Family Advisory Council to make positive changes for Black students and families in Denver Public Schools!
How to get involved:
Did you know that your student has access to tens of thousands of books and audiobooks online? This is an incredible tool that your student and family can use to read as many books as you could possibly want. Don’t miss out on this resource! (You can also add the Denver Public Library to your profile to access even more titles)
To learn how to use this app, please watch the video below. (English & Spanish options below)
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.