Hagan Elementary School's blog

Rachel's Challenge


Please join us on October 23rd at 7 pm in the Hagan Cafeteria for the Link Up Elementary Assembly funded by the Elementary PTA.  Rachel's challenge is based on the life and writings of Rachel Scott who was the first victim of the Columbine school shootings.  Rachel's story have moved people to start a chain reaction of kindness and compassion which positively affects the climate in our schools and communities.

Support SHS Fundraiser

Surprise friends or family members with a flock of pink flamingos on their lawns! The birds will only be here from September 9 through November 19 and will not return until spring of 2016. Order your flock today!  Download order forms and information below or speak to a member of the Flocking Team by calling 463-7822:

CLICK HERE for the flyer.

CLICK HERE for the order form.

Jump Rope for Heart


Congratulations to Hagan students for raising $6,198.35 for the American Heart Association through the Jump Rope for Heart Program.

Noro Virus Alert

March 16, 2015:  Several children in our district are presenting with a stomach illness that resembles Noro-like virus. Symptoms of Noro virus can include any or all of the following: nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain, low-grade fever, dehydration and headache.  This illness usually lasts an average of 24–72 hours.  Noro virus is more commonly known as the 24-hour stomach bug. READ MORE.

Hagan's Science Fair Winners

Congratulations to this year's Fifth Grade Science Fair Winners:

First Place:  Maria Marcinelli, Andrew Chun,      Sophia Maslyn, Jack Gemmati

Second Place:  Clare Sottile, Alexander Daley, Nicole Spero, Megan Pillus, Madison Updike

Third Place:  Shinrea Su, John Sample, Daniel Eng-Kohn, Kathryn Gagliardi, Anoushka Swain

STA Awards:  Connor Schnackenberg, Sean Lucas, Amanda Moore, Antonio Lopez, Shyan Briggs

First, second, and third place winners are eligible to participate in the Dutchess County Regional Science Fair to be held on March 21st.

Congratulations to the entire fifth grade on a job well done!


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