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Huskies Talk Issue 4

The Business Advisory Council held a Google meeting where the annual plan was reviewed.

Mrs. Snider attended the Superintendents’ Cabinet where Covid procedure were discussed.

Thank you to St. James Evangelical Lutheran Church-Jewett for the generous monetary gift to assist students with past lunch charges.

Identification of gifted assessments and planning for 2020-2021 administration

Identification of Ohio state testing and planning for 2020-2021 administration

Special education reviews and updates to individual plans

Mrs. Harding participated in two zoom meetings this week for professional training. One was sponsored by the Southeast Ohio OASBO chapter and the other with Tuscarawas ESC. Federal COVID funds and state funding were the two main topics.

All FY20 final expenditure reports were filed by Mrs. Harding.

The fiscal department was bus during the month of September. Marcy Carter, assistant treasurer, updated and closed out the FY20 inventory. All information has been forwarded to Ohio School Plans. Joy Clements, payroll clerk, closed the first quarter of the fiscal year. In addition, this is when 85% of all staff contracts begin for the new school year. She also completed tasks related to staff reporting for EMIS.

Parent-Teacher Conferences

Parent-Teacher Conferences set for October 12, 2020 will be virtual. There will be no in-person conferences on this date. If you wish to schedule a conference with your child’s teacher, please visit the school website (, click on the "Parents" page, then click on the "Meet The Teacher" link to book your conference(s). A Parents' Guide for Booking Appointments is available to assist you with this online process. If you have any questions, please feel free to call your school office.


Mr. Hlivko was selected to be Teacher of the Month by the Ohio Lottery Commission. He teaches upper high school level math. 

Trevor Thompson golfing at the sectional tournament

Sam Santille golfing at the sectional tournament

Wyatt Foreman golfing at the sectional tournament

Elijah was excited to play Deputy thanks to Deputy Valesko and his PT's Amy and Kelly.

Mr. Gossett’s STEM class constructing their bridge projects

Monday was PJ day for Homecoming Spirit Week!

Students threw it back on Wednesday for 80s day!

There was a Frat vs. Hillbilly battle on Thursday!

Algebra 2 students working safely in groups

Upcoming Events

Tuesday, October 6
• Boys Soccer vs. Caldwell HS (H) 7:00

Wednesday, October 7
• Junior High Football vs. Union Local (H) 6:00
• Varsity Volleyball @ Steubenville 5:30

Thursday, October 8
• Boys Soccer @ Magnolia 5:30
• Girls Soccer vs Coshocton (H) 6:00
• Varsity Volleyball Buckeye 8 5:30 (Opponent TBA)

Saturday, October 10
• Cross Country @ Cambridge (OVAC) 10:00
• Varsity Football vs. Rootstown (H) 7:00 (OHSAA Playoff)


Thriving in Third Grade


Mrs. Carpenter’s 3rd grade math class built their own scarecrows. First, they chose the parts they wanted for their scarecrow. Then they had to add up the cost of all the parts. Once they added their totals correctly, they were able to build their scarecrow with the parts they bought.

Following the Fourth Grade

Mrs. Agostini’s students have been working hard all month on an at home STEM project. Students were asked to create something using an unsharpened pencil. Pictured above are a few of the neat submissions. You can view the entire slideshow on the TVs in the front hall of the school.

Quizlet brings a new energy and excitement to our weekly vocabulary! Pictured above are students as they work indiviually and in teams to prepare for their weekly quiz. They also have the ability to study premade flashcards or play games to study at home. Thanks to our fifth grade teachers for the tip!

Following the Fifth Grade

Mrs. Jones’ 5th grade Social Studies classes learned about the history of the American Flag on Friday. 

Soaring in Sixth Grade

HC Elementary welcomes student teacher, Hannah Walker, from Franciscan University who is working in grade 6 with Mrs. Zeroski.


William Richards was rewarded with a positive note by student-teacher Miss K for his good manners. Great job, William!

4th grader, Elizabeth Hython, was recognized this week for her enthusiasm and participation in science class. Awesome job, Elizabeth!

4th grader, Logan DeWees, was also recognized this week in science for his participation. Way to go, Logan!

5th grader, Hagan Hopkins, was recognized this week by Mrs. Barker for being ready to learn! Keep it up, Hagan!

5th grader, Noah Boyer, was also recognized this week by Mrs. Barker for being kind. Keep making HC proud, Noah!

5th grader, Aaliyah Carter, was recognized this week by Mrs. Barker for participating in class and being engaged in her learning. Way to go, Aaliyah!

5th grader, Nellie Patterson, was recognized this week by Mrs. Barker for being ready to learn. Keep being a great role model, Nellie!

Congratulations to Terri Beadling for being recognized as the HC Elementary OAPSE Employee of the Month.

4th grade teacher, Jessica Knight, was recognized as the HC Elementary Teacher of the Month.

Upcoming Events

Monday, October 12
• Columbus Day Parent/teacher conferences NO CLASSES FOR STUDENTS

Tuesday, October 13
• School Bus Safety Week 

October 19-23
• Third Grade Fall Testing

Friday, October 23
• 1st 9-weeks ends

October 26-30
• Red Ribbon Week 

Friday, October 30
• 1st 9-weeks report cards available



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