School News & Announcements
Connect to Kindergarten
Tuesday, March 4th 2014 6:30-7:30 PM
This is a fantastic opportunity for parents/guardians to come to school and pick up registration paperwork. You will hear about our kindergarten program from those most involved – our wonderful Kindergarten team and Principal. If you have a child that will be entering kindergarten next year please plan to attend. If you have a friend or neighbor in our attendance area that will have a kindergartener please share this date and time with them. There will be NO childcare for this event and the information is geared towards adults. The incoming kindergarten students will be invited to parent/child story time and also have a chance, once enrolled, to visit the kindergarten classrooms sometime in May. We thank you for helping us to spread the word. See you soon.
Captil Hill TAG Plan - approved 2013-15
March_2014_flyer_SEPTAP.pdf - Special Education PTA flyer link
A Message from the Principal
Dear Capitol Hill School Parents and Families,
It is with a great deal of gratitude and relief that we can tell you the following: The school district and teachers' union have reached a conceptual agreement and will reconvene later today to complete a tentative agreement that would suspend the strike planned for Thursday, Feb. 20. (This is also posted on the PPS website www.pps.net .)
Tuesday, Feb. 18 - regular school day. At Capitol Hill, ExAcademy will be in session. However, all Community Uses of PPS Buildings remain cancelled for Feb. 18, meaning there will be no CLC classes today after school.
Wednesday, Feb. 19 - NO LATE START School will still dismiss 2 1/2 hours early. Capitol Hill School will start at 8:00 AM and dismiss at 11:45 AM after lunch. Busses will be here at that time to load. There will be NO EXACADEMY or CLC since there is an early dismissal.
Thursday & Friday, Feb. 20 & 21 - School will be in session at regular hours. ExAcademy and CLC will be open!
This has been a very trying time for our community as contract negotiations extended into months and the possibility of a teacher’s strike became more real this past week. Thank you all for your patience, understanding and support. Continue to stay tuned for updates and check the pps.net website for further information.
Pam Wilson, Principal
Capitol Hill School