February Lunch Menu
The PTSA and its members wanted to show appreciation to the Hankey Teachers today. Due to Covid, a safe way was created for the teachers to come and enjoy snacks and drinks donated by the Hankey School Family.
Thank you to the Hankey Teachers, we appreciate you!
Please read the attached letter for important health information regarding our school community.
Also attached are additional resources for you to refer to for more information. The staff and I appreciate your continued support and assistance with keeping our school community safe. Please remember to check your child for a fever before leaving the house, keep them home if they are sick, and remind them to keep their masks on and maintain a safe distance from others.Carl Hankey ES Letter to Families- 1.22.2021.pdf Carl Hankey ES Letter to Families Spanish – 1.22.2021.pdf COVID19-symptoms-English.pdf Know the Symptoms – SPANISH.pdf Decision Tree – Student 12 .18. 20.pdf Decision Tree – Student – Spanish 1-8-2021.pdf
Capistrano Unified School District’s School of Choice program offers parents within the CUSD boundaries the opportunity to apply for another CUSD school that they would like their child to attend. If you are looking to apply, your student must first be enrolled at their School of Residence and have an active Student ID number. For more information please visit the School of Choice website using the link below.
Application Window: Opens February 1, 2021, and closes March 5, 2021
Notifications: Approval and denial emails will be sent by April 2, 2021
Website: School of Choice
Howdy Hankey Families! Do you have a preschooler or know someone that is ready to move up to Kindergarten next year? Are you looking to start your kindergartener in the only public International Baccalaureate K-8 program in South Orange County?
Carl Hankey’s VIRTUAL Kindergarten information presentation is coming ‘round the corner- on Monday, February 1st from 9:00-10:00am via Zoom. Join us virtually for a presentation featuring our IB kindergarten program here at Hankey.
Here is the link to our Zoom meeting:
Please call the Hankey Office (949 234-5315) to RSVP for the Zoom meeting. At that time, you will be provided with the meeting ID and pass code. YOU WILL NEED THESE TO ATTEND!
Stop by one of our virtual information session hosted by Principal John Misustin. Learn more about our unique and innovative programs. Find out what makes us a nationally ranked US News Best High School and the top ranked high school in Mission Viejo.
- Open Enrollment – You can attend Capo Valley!
- IB Diploma Program
- CIF Championship Athletics
- World-Class Visual & Performing Arts,
- Innovative Programs & Pathways including Engineering & Robotics
- Inclusive, Spirited & Supportive Environment
- & Much More!
Capo Valley High School Informational Sessions – Dates, Times & Details
Info presentation and Q/A Session
- January 19: 1:00PM – 2:0PM
- January 20: 7:00PM – 8:00PM
- January 21: 4:30PM – 5:30PM
- January 25: 5:30PM-6:30PM
- January 26: 11:00AM – 12:00PM
- January 29: 3:30PM – 4:30PM
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 394 437 6055
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 982 9371 7426
Topics to be Discussed;
Transitional Kindergarten Age Requirement
Intent and Purpose of Transitional Kindergarten
Transitional Kindergarten Curriculum
Differences Between Transitional Kindergarten and Kindergarten
Our second program change will begin on Tuesday, January 19, 2021. There will no longer be “independent learning days”. All students must log in every day they are at home to all 5 classes. All Hankey middle school teachers will have contact with all students every day. Please note- this does not impact students’ onsite days! Program A students will still come to school on their color cohort days.
The changes will look like this:
- Tuesdays and Thursdays, all GREY students must log in to their assigned classes from home and follow the bell schedule.
- Wednesdays and Fridays, all RED students must log in to their assigned classes from home and follow the bell schedule.
- Attendance will be taken every day.
- Special Education teachers will be reaching out to the families of students with IEPs to clarify details regarding support on Wednesdays and Fridays.
Each teacher will give further details of their newly restructured non-color cohort day class expectations prior to January 19, 2021.
As a reminder Hankey Middle School students will follow these school wide expectations:
• Log in to your class on time and stay logged in for the whole period
• Keep your camera on when requested by the teacher, and be engaged for the whole class period to be marked present
• Find a quiet place where you can unmute and participate
• Have an appropriate and distraction-free background/environment
• Wear school appropriate clothing and have an appropriate profile picture
• Eat before or after class
• Remember: All School Rules Apply
Students must have a device with BOTH a functioning microphone and camera to be able to successfully participate in classes while online. For those who do not have BOTH a functioning microphone AND camera on their computer, parents/guardians are expected to pick up a school-issued Chromebook from the library as soon as possible so that students do not fall further behind. If you have this need, please contact Ghada Ghosn GMGHOSN@capousd.org
Please feel free to email me with any questions you have (email@example.com). I will also be out at 1:40 tomorrow and Friday during Middle School dismissal to answer questions.
Dana Aguilera-Principal Hankey K8
Topic: Carl Hankey K-8 Academy – January 2021 PTSA Association Meeting
Time: Jan 19, 2021 06:30 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)
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Parent/Guardian Webinar Topic: Suicide Prevention 101 for Parents
Hosted by California Department of Education, this free webinar and Facebook Live event will provide information about suicide prevention for parents, including warning signs for suicide, how to have a conversation with their teen, actions to take if their teen is having suicidal thoughts, and resources.
January 27, 2020 at 5 to 6 p.m.