Hello Hardy Families: As you may be aware, the town approved funding last Spring for a critical district-wide initiative centered around school security with the primary objectives being: first and foremost, providing for the safety and security of our students,
Mark your calendars for the most popular event of the school year – Hardy’s annual Science Night! Science Night offers lots of fun, engaging and informative programs, such as squid dissection, geology, electronics, planetarium and much more. Wednesday, March 7th!
Hello Hardy Parents: If you are interested in serving on the Profile of a Graduate task force please let me know by Tuesday, January 23rd. It would be ideal to have at least two Hardy parents representing our school community.
Hello Hardy Families: I am sure we are all thankful to be back on a regular schedule. The snow is absolutely beautiful and provides a wonderful playground for the children. The town and WPS custodians have worked very hard to get the
Hello Hardy Families: End of the day car pick up at Hardy can be difficult given all of the challenges we face with a short pick up zone and cars waiting on Weston Road. We continue to try to move
We would like to remind parents that as a rule of thumb, we will have outdoor arrival and recess unless the temperature drops below 20 degrees F. real feel (adjusting for wind chill.) Boots, hats, socks and mittens or gloves
Hello Hardy families: Math Night is just around the corner so be sure to add this exciting, fun-filled night of math to your calendar. During Math Night parents will have an opportunity to interact with their child using math games that support the Investigation Math concepts.
Hello Hardy Families: MCAS school results were made public on Oct 18, 2017 and are available on the DESE webpage: Link. Be sure to click on Any Grade and Subject rows in the table to view Achievement Level in graphs using this.
Hello Hardy Families: I recently attended a professional conference in Atlanta, Georgia organized by EdLeaders21. This organization is a national network of school and district leaders focused on integrating the 4Cs – critical thinking, communication, collaboration and creativity – into education.
Students receiving antibiotics for a contagious condition such as strep throat must stay out of school until 24 hours of antibiotic therapy has been completed. Excessive coughing and nasal discharge and generally not feeling well are indications that the child