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Hagan Elementary Curriculum Night

Please join us on September 13th for Hagan Curriculum Night.  The schedule is as follows:

3rd & 4th Grade Parents:

6:00 - 6:10         Meet with Mr. Farrell in the cafeteria
6:10 - 6:45         Meet with Art, Music, PE & Library Teachers in the cafeteria
6:50 - 7:30         Meet with child's teacher in his/her classroom
7:30 - 8:00         Gr. 4 Parent Survey available in the Computer Lab

5th Grade Parents:

7:00 - 7:30          Gr. 5 Parent Survey available in the Computer Lab
7:30 - 7:40           Meet with Mr. Farrell in the cafeteria
7:45 - 8:25           Meet with child's teacher in his/her classroom
8:30 - 8:45           Gr. 5 Parent Survey available in the Computer Lab

Drowning Prevention Seminar

Honey Bee Child Care and Extended Day Program, partnered with the Dutchess County Department of Behavioral and Community Health is hosting a Drowning Prevention Seminar at Hagan Elementary School on Wednesday, June 1st at 7 pm.  Prepare for the summer months with this informative evening of water safety and drowning prevention.

All Children Exercise Simultaneously at Hagan

Wednesday, May 4th is worldwide All Children Exercise Simultaneously day! Hagan will participate at 11:00 AM by having everyone step outside their classroom and join in an all-school walk through our hallways. Mr. Molon or Mr. Murin will coordinate this activity over the loudspeaker.
 
Project ACES was created by physical education teacher Len Saunders in 1989 as a method of motivating children to exercise. ACES takes place on the first Wednesday in May as part of National Physical Fitness and Sports Month along with National Physical Education Week. It has been labeled as "the world's largest exercise class" by the media. Since 1989, millions of children from all over the world exercise together to promote proper health and fitness habits. With the obesity epidemic facing the youth of the world, children's fitness plays a major role in fighting heart disease.

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