Final Total- LLWW Service Project/Fundraiser Basler $2 Holland $7 Lawrence $981.01 Petry $60 Ferrell- $193.89 Huffman- $40 Loomis- $116.89 Rice- $34 Fields- $1 Schoen- $25.05 Lawhon- $536.69 Runion- $10 Boggess- $38.38 Ryan - $22 Simmons- $22 No School Monday! Have a great weekend!
12 days ago, Donna Petry
Thursday's LLWW Totals Basler- $2 Holland- $7 Lawrence- $281 Petry- $40 Ferrell- $193.89 Huffman- $35 Loomis- $66.98 Rice- $34 Fields- $1 Schoen $5.05 Lawhon- $320 Runion- $10 Boggess- $34.38 Ryan- $20 Simmons- $22 Valentine's Party Tomorrow- K-5th Grade https://htes.putnamschools.com/o/htes/article/1454372 (See for Times) Please remember tomorrow is a THREE HOUR early dismissal!
13 days ago, Donna Petry
Wednesday's LLWW Fundraiser Totals- Holland- $7 Lawrence- $170 Petry- $40 Ferrell- $153.89 Huffman- $35 Loomis- $66.98 Rice- $31 Fields- $1 Lawhom -$280 Boggess- $29.38 Simmons- $22 https://htes.putnamschools.com/o/htes/article/1454341
14 days ago, Donna Petry
Tuesday's LLWW Fundraiser Totals- Mrs. Holland- $7 Mrs. Lawrence- $157 Mrs. Ferrell- $128.81 Mrs. Huffman- $25 Mrs. Loomis- $29.87 Mr. Rice- $25 Mrs. Lawhon- $80 Mrs. Boggess- $4.25 Miss Simmons- $12 https://htes.putnamschools.com/o/htes/article/1454341
15 days ago, Donna Petry
CORRECTION! Sorry! Monday's total for the LLWW Fundraiser- Miss S (5th grade) - $6 Mrs. Lawrence- $105 Mrs. Huffman's - $25 Mrs. Loomis- $6.87 Remember you have all week to bring your donation to school! Class with the most donations will win a pizza party.
16 days ago, Donna Petry
Monday's total for the LLWW Fundraiser- Miss Amy's Prek - $6 Mrs. Lawrence- $105 Mrs. Huffman's - $25 Mrs. Loomis- $6.87 Remember you have all week to bring your donation to school! Class with the most donations will win a pizza party.
16 days ago, Donna Petry
PTO Sponsored Valentine's Dance on Friday, Feb. 23rd
19 days ago, Donna Petry
Valentine's Dance 2-23-24
LLWW Fundraiser-Feb. 12-16
19 days ago, Stacy Ballengee
LLWW Fundraiser-Week of Feb. 12-16
Good Afternoon! https://htes.putnamschools.com/o/htes/news ⬆️ You will find all classroom supply lists (PreK through 5th grade) using the link above. Open House- Tuesday, August 22nd 4-6pm
7 months ago, Donna Petry
Lunch Menu Changes Tuesday- Beefy Nachos Wednesday- Breaded Chicken on a Bun Thursday- Spaghetti Friday- Corn Dogs
almost 3 years ago, Donna Petry
Good evening! Just a few reminders for those of you who plan to return to in person learning on Tuesday, January 19. Hours at Hurricane Town will be the same as they were at the beginning of the year. Doors open at 8:00am and dismissal is at 2:50pm. For the safety of all students & staff, we will not be allowing visitors into the building & we will not be accepting outside deliveries or drop-off of items. We will have an abundance of staff outside each morning to help children into the building. It would be helpful if you could tag their backpack with their grade level and/or teacher's name as well as bus number. Bus info can be found on the PCS website. Please make sure your child knows how they will be getting home at the end of each day. Sending a note to the teacher on Tuesday with this information would also be helpful. Friendly reminder that YMCA will not be reopening their aftercare program at our school at this time. The lunch menu is available on our website & on the PCS Connect app. If your child is ill, in quarantine, or experiencing symptoms of Covid-19, we ask that you do not send them to school. Please follow the "Should I Come to School?" checklist on our school website, or the guidance found on PCS or WVDE websites to screen your child at home each morning. As always, if you have questions, please reach out to your child's teacher or call the school. We can't wait to welcome our students back on Tuesday! Enjoy the rest of your weekend!
about 3 years ago, Sarah Dempsey
PUTNAM COUNTY SCHOOLS COVID-19 CASE CONFIRMATION On November 12, 2020, Putnam County Schools was notified that an individual at Hurricane Town Elementary School has tested positive for COVID-19. The individual testing positive is not permitted to return to school until cleared by the Putnam County Health Department (PCHD). In accordance with privacy laws, information specific to these cases will not be released publicly; however, details are being made available to keep the community informed of the transmission of COVID-19 locally. Putnam County Schools is working closely with the PCHD. The PCHD investigates each positive COVID-19 case to identify and notify those known to be in close contact with a confirmed positive individual. The PCHD has completed contact tracing and deemed that no individuals need to be quarantined. PCS continues to follow the guidelines for COVID-19 Outbreaks in Schools as outlined by the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources (WV DHHR) such as additional cleaning protocols. For more information about COVID-19 and to view the WV DHHR’s guidelines, please visit www.coronavirus.wv.gov. To prevent the spread of COVID-19, everyone is urged to follow best health practices as issued by the Governor’s Executive Orders and outlined by the WV DHHR and the West Virginia Department of Education (WVDE) guidance. This includes, but is not limited to, properly wearing face coverings, practicing social distancing, properly and frequently washing hands, and cleaning regularly. For more information about COVID-19, please visit the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website at www.cdc.gov/coronavirus. For details about the WVDE and WV DHHR guidance documents, visit https://wvde.us/COVID19. The safety and well-being of our students and staff is always our top priority at Putnam County Schools. We will continue to work jointly with our local health officials to monitor this situation.
over 3 years ago, Sarah Dempsey
Good afternoon! This message is to inform you that all Putnam County Schools will operate in full remote for the week of November 9, 2020. Hurricane Town students will receive instruction via Schoology and Teams for the week. Virtual students may pick up 5-day meals on Monday at 10am, just as always. In person students will be able to pick up meals daily from 11am-12:30pm. This does not include Wednesday, as schools will be closed in observance of Veteran's Day. If you would like to participate in the daily meal pick up, please call the school tomorrow before 9am to order. If you are unable to pickup meals, they can be delivered to you if you call ahead to arrange. Stay safe, Hurricane Town!
over 3 years ago, Sarah Dempsey
PUTNAM COUNTY SCHOOLS COVID-19 CASE CONFIRMATION On November 1, 2020, Putnam County Schools was notified that an individual at Hurricane Town Elementary has tested positive for COVID-19. The individual testing positive is not permitted to return to school until cleared by the Putnam County Health Department (PCHD). In accordance with privacy laws, information specific to these cases will not be released publicly; however, details are being made available to keep the community informed of the transmission of COVID-19 locally. Putnam County Schools is working closely with the PCHD. The PCHD investigates each positive COVID-19 case to identify and notify those known to be in close contact with a confirmed positive individual. As a result, 11 individuals have been asked to quarantine. As a result of staff members being quarantined, Hurricane Town Elementary will be operating in full-remote the week of November 2-6, 2020. Students will receive their learning instruction remotely utilizing Schoology. Hurricane Town families will receive an additional notification regarding meal distribution for next week. All staff will report. PCS continues to follow the guidelines for COVID-19 Outbreaks in Schools as outlined by the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources (WV DHHR) such as additional cleaning protocols. For more information about COVID-19 and to view the WV DHHR’s guidelines, please visit www.coronavirus.wv.gov. To prevent the spread of COVID-19, everyone is urged to follow best health practices as issued by the Governor’s Executive Orders and outlined by the WV DHHR and the West Virginia Department of Education (WVDE) guidance. This includes, but is not limited to, properly wearing face coverings, practicing social distancing, properly and frequently washing hands, and cleaning regularly. For more information about COVID-19, please visit the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website at www.cdc.gov/coronavirus. For details about the WVDE and WV DHHR guidance documents, visit https://wvde.us/COVID19. The safety and well-being of our students and staff is always our top priority at Putnam County Schools. We will continue to work jointly with our local health officials to monitor this situation.
over 3 years ago, Sarah Dempsey
Staggered Re-entry Schedule Update
over 3 years ago, Sarah Dempsey
Staggered Re-entry Schedule Update
Good Morning! HTES students who are virtual learners will have the option to pick up breakfast and lunch daily at the school beginning Monday, October 5, 2020. Daily drive thru pickup next week will be at 10:00am in front of the school. If you wish to pick up meals daily beginning next week for your virtual learner, please call the school today before 2:00pm at 304-562-3610 and leave your child's name with the office staff. Thank you!
over 3 years ago, Sarah Dempsey
Please be aware of the following reminders from HTES. *Unfortunately, visitors are not permitted in the school, so parents will not be able to walk students into the building on the first day. K-2 teachers provided backpack tags to be attached to your child’s backpack indicating their name, grade, and mode of transportation home. Please remember to use this tag, it will be essential for staff who are escorting your child into the school from your car or from the bus. It will also be essential for us to know how to help your child at dismissal. *If you have not sent back your child’s emergency card and health information sheet, please do so on their first day of school. *Please have your child bring their ipad fully charged to school with them. These devices will be used daily in classrooms. *Doors will open for student drop off at 8am at HTES. *Students and staff will be required to wear face coverings at all times. We encourage students to wear their own face mask from home. However, if your child does not have a face mask, we are happy to provide one. *Please complete the daily home health screening checklist with your child each morning before coming to school. If your child is displaying symptoms of Covid-19, has had close contact with an infected individual, or is currently under quarantine or isolation due to a positive test, please do not send your child to school. Please report any of this information to the school as soon as possible. We look forward to welcoming our in person learners back to school!
over 3 years ago, Sarah Dempsey