Hennessey Heroes Continue to RISE
Hennessey students and families have been working hard to continue to show growth in their attendance. Melany, a 4th grader thinks, “Being in school is important because I get to learn everyday and participate in activities. I don’t miss out on anything like learning, homework, and important things.” We continue to try and reach our attendance goal each month! Hennessey Heroes are Attendance Heroes. Here, Every day, Ready To Learn, On Time. Spirit Days continue to be exciting days at Hennessey School. Students enjoyed showing their school spirit with Sports Day, Career Day and Red/Pink Day. Gianna say that “spirit days make learning fun because you can dress up.” Students are looking forward to our March spirit days with Dr. Suess Day and Green Day. Students created Valentine’s for Veterans to show their gratitude and appreciation to our military. Jacen, a 1st grader said that he ”was excited to make a Valentine because veterans keep our country safe.” There was a lot of dancing and fun for students and staff at the PTA Sweetheart Dance! Students and teachers purchased flowers on for Valentine’s to show their appreciation for their loved ones. Staff continues to learn from each other through the Henn/Orlo Collab where teachers work on finding solutions across schools, look at student work, and collaboratively plan. It’s a great time to be a Hennessey Hero!