April Bulletin

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Get Ready for Hillside’s Next Open House

Hi prospective families! Are you ready for an adventure? Explore Hillside, where learning is always an adventure! Join us on Thursday, April 20th at 7pm for our Open House event.
Hillside is a place where kids can discover their passions, explore new ideas, and make lifelong friends. Our website is filled with exciting information about our school, including our fantastic programs, talented teachers, and dedicated staff.
Whether you’re looking for an Intermediate level program or seeking a challenging middle school or high school curriculum, Hillside School has something for everyone. Our website is a treasure trove of information that will help you explore all of our amazing programs and find the perfect fit for your family.
So grab your laptop, tablet, or smartphone and dive into the world of Hillside. We can’t wait to show you everything that Hillside has to offer, so visit us today at https://hillsidesc.org
We hope to see you soon!

Hillside’s History Feast 

This year our History Feast event is scheduled for Saturday, April 29th from 5pm-8:30pm.

RSVP/Ticket purchases must be made by midnight this Wednesday, April 5th, so we have enough time to calculate food and rental requirements. (Your purchase of tickets will serve as your RSVP to the event.) Tickets are $15. per guest, and seating is limited (students IN the feast do not need a ticket!)

Pay by:
-QR code on the invite (PLEASE write your name on the “note” section in Paypal!)
-via paypal at: lizeth@hillsidesc.org (PLEASE write your name on the “note” section in Paypal!)
-by dropping off a check at Hillside made out to “Hillside Student Community”.




Birthdays, Birthdays!

Happy birthday to Keegan, Sam and Leslie!
May your day be filled with loads of happiness and yummy sweets.



Mount Saint Helens Trip 

Hillside Earth Science and Environmental Science Families (aka grades 5-8) will be attending an overnight field trip to Mount Saint Helens for May 2nd until May 3rd this spring. Students will learn about Mount Saint Helens both from a plate tectonics/earth science perspective as well as from a disturbance/succession/environmental science perspective from the educators at the Volcano Outdoor School (VOS).

The VOS will provide meals and bunk rooms for the students. The VOS offers vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, etc. meal options. Participants will leave by 8 am on Tuesday, May 2nd and return after 3 pm on Wednesday, May 3rd. It’s been a major highlight of the year for past students.

Dance Party Benefit – More Details to Come! 


Happy Arab American Heritage Month

Our Global Studies students recently finished a lesson on Ancient Egypt, which inspired their art projects celebrating Arab American trailblazers. Take a look at some of the portraits! They are beautiful and well researched!

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