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Family Newsletter February 7, 2022

Intent to Return--Due Friday 11th by 4:00

Current HPA students should have received an intent to return email. Please follow the link and say whether your student is returning or not for the 2022-23 school year. If no response is received by 4:00 on February 11th, we understand that you are choosing to place your child(ren) elsewhere for the 2022-2023 school year and the spot will be given to a lottery recipient. Please contact our Registrar if you have any questions -

End of Grading Period

This Friday will be the end of the grading period. Please make sure students have completed all assignments. Also, make arrangements to pick your student(s) up at 12:00

.Fine Arts Spring Shows

Second Grade Families

We would like to invite you to our 2022 Fine Arts Second Grade Performance, "Bada Bing, It’s Spring" on Tuesday, March 1st at 6:00pm at our 8300 West Fwy Auditorium. Doors to the auditorium will open 20 minutes prior to the performance starting. Student's artwork will be displayed in the hallways for parents to view before and after the show.

Dress Attire:

Taylor & Wilson’s classes may wear jeans, green shirts, flower clips, headbands, flower necklaces, etc.

Schutza & Ardoin’s classes may wear jeans with spring color shirts or spring dresses, flowers, etc.

Allen’s class may wear jeans, spring color shirts, rain coats, rain boots

Contact Ms. Korenek with questions:

Upcoming Elementary Piano Recitals at 8300 W Fwy Auditorium

Grade 2 March 8 6:00 PM

Grade 3 March 10 5:00 PM

Grade 4 March 10 6:45 PM

Grade 5 April 21 5:00 PM

Students are encouraged to wear something nice for their recitals.

Contact Mrs. Reber with questions:


Closure of 8300 February 9-11

In case any K-1 families missed Mrs. Stellar's email this past Thursday:

Good Afternoon High Point Family,

I have exciting news to share with you regarding our 8300 W Freeway campus location. We are making progress! The construction company has confirmed the scheduled move and placement of the modular buildings. This will be accomplished by crane and will occur next week. Unfortunately, this will necessitate closing the 8300 campus for three days (Wednesday, 2/9 thru Friday, 2/11).

Here are the details:

  • A crane will be moved onsite early Wednesday morning, 2/9.

  • The crane will remain onsite Wednesday, 2/9 thru Friday, 2/11.

  • Due to safety concerns, Kindergarten and First Grade classes will not be in session Wednesday, 2/9 thru Friday, 2/11.

  • During that three day period, there will be no school access to the property, including the parking lot and driveway.

I certainly apologize for the inconvenience this will cause. I was hopeful the construction would not conflict with our school schedule. However, it has become obvious that closure is necessary to ensure safety. I wanted to pass this along as promptly as possible so that you may plan accordingly.

I hope you and your family are staying safe and warm.

Katie P. Stellar



Yearbook Purchase

Yearbooks are now available to order! This yearbook is for elementary K-5 students.

Please note:

  • For a limited time, yearbooks are on sale for $20. The price will increase to $25 in February.

  • There is only 1 way to order yearbooks and that is through this link:

  • We do not accept cash or check payments.

  • The yearbook CANNOT be purchased through My School Bucks.

  • Yearbooks will arrive in May and be distributed the last week of school.

Ms. Summer, our counselor, is collecting warm items(coats, gloves, scarves, etc.) to deliver around the city to help people stay warm this winter. Please send any items to the office at either 1256 or 8300.

Father/Daughter Valentine's Dance

SAVE THE DATE! The sophomore class is hosting a Daddy/Daughter dance on February 18th at the 8300 campus for children grades K-5. Please contact Mrs. Biggs at with any questions.


The new variant Omicron has very similar symptoms to the flu and allergies. Please check symptoms and get students tested as needed. If a family member, living in the household with the student, tests positive please keep the student home. If someone is waiting for test results please keep students home until results are received.

Masks are not required, but they are highly recommended.

Please do not send sick students to school. If a students does test positive for COVID please let the school know immediately. You can email the nurses: Ashleigh Campbell for 2nd-5th graders at or Carey Diner for Kinder-1st at Please sent positive or negative results to them.

COVID Symptoms:

  • Feeling feverish or a measured temperature greater than or equal to 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit

  • Loss of taste or smell

  • Cough

  • Difficulty breathing

  • Shortness of breath

  • Fatigue

  • Headache

  • Chills

  • Sore throat

  • Congestion or runny nose

  • Shaking or exaggerated shivering

  • Significant muscle pain or ache

  • Diarrhea

  • Vomiting or Nausea or Stomachache

Up Coming Events

Monday, February 7--100th Day of School

Friday, February 11--End of Grading Period--Early Dismissal

Monday, February 14--Wear red, pink, Valentine's clothes for $1Have a great day,

Heather Houpt

Elementary Principal

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