-Student can purchase breakfast daily beginning at 8:35 a.m. Call to find out about free and reduced meal options!
Allergies and Health/Medical Needs
-Please inform the office and your child's teacher of any allergies, health, or medical needs
It’s important that we all aware of how to navigate our drop off/pick up zone and that we follow these protocols to ensure the safety of all our kids and families as well as to make drop off and dismissal as smooth as possible. The drop off/pick up lane is an active drop-off/pick up zone. Please pull as far ahead as possible and stay in your car. Do not park or leave your car there for any length of time; this will impede the flow of traffic and slow things down considerably. The second lane is for moving traffic and is not a place for cars to stop. If you are in the second lane (furthest from the curb/school) you will not be allowed to stop for pick up and will need to circle back around and get in the drop off/pick up lane. Again, please stay in your car and continue to pull ahead when in the drop off/pick up lane (it seems like a long line but if everyone follows the system, it moves pretty fast!). The buses park along the curb closest to the building. This lane and the lane next to it is off limits to families during drop off/pick up times. Please do not pull through this lane or park there. There is an area near the grass when you first pull in that is reserved for the Peace Neighborhood vehicle. It is marked with a sign. You may not park your car along this curb for any reason.
Parking and walking to pick up your children is a great way to avoid lines and speed up our drop off/pick up process. You can park in the neighborhood or in the Haisley parking lot. Please help us make sure all kids and families are safe and that we have an efficient, effective system by following these protocols. Thank you!
Welcome Families, Staff, and Visitors!Welcome to Haisley Elementary, home of the Huskies! Through authentic, lasting connections and a focus on high-quality teaching and learning we set all our Huskies up for success! Our incredible staff and amazing families support our students in all areas of their development: academic, social, and emotional. We are a Responsive Classroom school and believe that the social and emotional growth of each child is as vital as their academic growth. Haisley offers a range of exciting programs and opportunities for students, from Project Lead the Way (a STEM-based, hands-on, project-based curriculum) to Enrichment Math to our Peer-to-Peer program. We have a thriving school garden and Student Green Team, where any student in the school can sign up for recess gardening on certain days and participate in Taste It Thursdays during lunch. Students have the opportunity to participate in extra-curriculars like Science Olympiad, Rec & Ed offerings such as Chess and Basketball, and our famous Haisley Players, a student theater group that puts on a full-scale, broadway-style play each year. This year, our incredible staff will be utilizing the ATLAS system to help parents see what is being taught and continue our strong partnership with families. You can access the curriculum maps for each grade level and content area at: https://aapsk12-public.rubiconatlas.org/Atlas/Public/View/Default . Click on 'Browse' in the upper lefthand corner and choose 'Unit Calendars'. In addition to making our work transparent for families, we develop personal learning plans for each student that are maintained across the year. We put our hearts and souls into school each and every day for our students and families. Our committed and engaged families, strong community connections, and dedicated, experienced teachers make Haisley feel like home to ALL. We welcome you to the very best school on Earth!
Principals named for Bach, Haisley, Pattengill, and Pathways HS.
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Rec & Ed offers licensed before and after school childcare at 18 AAPS elementary schools. Enrollment for 2018-19 is now open.
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Resources available for students dealing with depression, grief, loss and other mental health issues.
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Additional application period August 1 - August 21, 2018.
Head Start and Great Start Readiness Programs
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AAPS graduation recap, including AAPS District News stories with slideshows, students' thank you video & CTN replay schedule.
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