Highline Public Schools
15675 Ambaum Blvd. SW Burien, WA 98166

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Monday-Friday: 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Hazel Valley Elementary School
402 SW 132nd Street Burien, WA 98146


Weekly Wrap UP 10.16.2020

Weekly Wrap UP 10.16.2020
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A Note From School Leaders

It's time to visit us again! Starting next Wednesday October 21st families who are joining 5th grade band can swing by the office to pick up their supplies and instruments if they are being borrowed from the school. Also, starting in November look out for monthly "Avispones en Autos"! On Wednesday November 4th you'll be able to pick up art supplies for this month's Art Project with our teaching artist Carina delRosario. Addtionally, some families have opted to  join the afterschool art program. Their supplies will be available November 4th as well.

A Note from ArtsCorps

Are you missing field trips to museums? Here’s a safe way you can view beautiful artwork and celebrate Latinx and Filipino heritage month. The Museum of Latin American Art has MOLAA En Casa, different exhibitions you can view online.

After viewing any of the exhibitions, try making your own version of some of the artwork you saw. Use some of the supplies in the art kit and gather anything else you already have. You can even use the inside of a paper bag or food package as your canvas! Take a picture and post it on social media with #HazelValley and #ArtsCorps, or email it to Ms. Carina at

A Note from Our Librarian

Hello families, This week in library we focused on honoring Indigenous Peoples day by highlighting two stories,  Fry Bread, written by Kevin Noble Maillard of the Seminole Nation and When I was Eight by Margaret Pokiak- Fenton of the Inuit Nation. Please continue to encourage your student to read using books, magazines, our virtual library, King County Library System, iReady or Raz Kids. As always if you have any questions, would like to collaborate on a read aloud or would like to recommend a book, you can email me at Have a great week!

A Note from Our Music Teachers

This week in music, we continued our SEL in Music Unit. We learned about self-efficacy and how to set goals and motivate ourselves in music class. Also, we had a lesson on Indigenous Peoples' Day and learned about the importance of respecting others.

A Note from Our PE Teachers

Currently the P.E. Department is teaching the students underhand toss and catch. We also taught paper fitness which is similar to hop scotch. We taught the students the importance of brushing their teeth, especially this time of year.