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ACCELERATED MATH SUMMER PACKET FOR RISING 7th GRADERS
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Please click here to access the Acclerated Math Summer Packet for students who will be entering the 7th Grade at Harrington Middle School.

HARTFORD STUDENT COUNCIL
PLACES FLAGS FOR MEMORIAL DAY
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A picture of the American Flag waving in the breezeThe Memorial Day Flag Placement tradition continues at Hartford School. During the last week of May, members of the Student Council placed flags in the front of the school to remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our country.  Please take a moment to view and enjoy the following video......

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NATIONAL ELEMENTARY HONOR SOCIETY SUPPLY DRIVE
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Our recent NEHS Supply Drive was a huge success!  Over 741 personal care and household items were collected and donated to Family Promise of Burlington County. 
Shown here is a photo of Mr. Scott Rush, the Executive Director of Family Promise, accepting some of our donations.  Thank you to everyone who participated!  
 
Mr. Scott Rush, of Family Promise with boxes of donated items.
 

PROUDLY PRESENTING HARTFORD SCHOOL'S
TEACHER OF THE YEAR - MR. PAUL DEVERY
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Photo of 6th Grade Teacher, Paul Devery
Mr. Paul Devery has been an inspiring presence at Hartford School for the past 26 years.  He serves as one of our most talented teachers as well as an after-school club advisor for the Hartford Student Council and the Orienteering and Model Rocket Clubs.  His willingness to do whatever is necessary for his students to succeed is admirable and his dedication to helping his colleagues is worthy of commendation.  Not only does he care about his students’ academic progress, but he always stresses the importance of community service and helping those that are in need.
 
In the classroom, Mr. Devery is a creative and innovative teacher that is always searching for new ways to engage his students.  Whether it is using technology in his science class to stimulate the curiosity of his students, creating excitement as he walks students through their next lab activity, or engaging students in a lively discussion about a global issue, Mr. Devery is always making an effort to reinvent the curriculum so that it remains fascinating and relevant to his students.  He is a great storyteller and uses that ability to deliver the content to his students that has them hanging on to his every word.  His goal is to always show how everything they learn is connected and why it’s important.  He does this by meticulously planning his lessons and connecting cross-curricular standards. 
 
Congratulations to Mr. Devery! 
 

KINDNESS ROCKS AT HARTFORD!
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A red tray with a collection of painted Kindness Rocks on it.
Check out some of the "Kindness Rocks" that were painted by members of the Hartford Student Council and placed around our school!  And congratulations to Samuel Mathew and Nina D'Aversa, who were the winners of the Kindness Rocks Contest!  They were the first ones to find rocks hidden around Mount Laurel by following cryptic clues!  
 
Two Student Council Members (a boy and agirl) holding their prize for winning the Kindness Rock Contest
A red rock with the words "Be Brave" painted on it.
A pink rock with a silver heart painted on it.
A bright pink rock with the word Love painted on it.
An orange rock with the words "Stay Safe" on it.

It's a Great Day for the Girl Scouts!
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Girl Scouts at the St. Patrick's Day parade
 
Members of Girl Scout Troop 28435 were proud to participate in the Mount Holly St. Patrick's Day Parade! Great job!

NATIONAL ELEMENTARY HONOR SOCIETY SOCK DRIVE UPDATE!
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Hartford National Elementary Honor Society members holding the socks they collected during the Sock Drive
The NEHS Sock Drive resulted in 984 pairs of socks donated!  These socks will be distributed to the Volunteers of America (Delaware Valley).  Thank you to everyone who donated to this worthy cause! And great job to the NEHS Members and Advisors, Ms. Egenton and Ms. Hamilton!
 

NUTRI-SERVE OFFERS HEAT @HOME OPTIONS
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Beginning January 9th, Nutri-Serve will be offering menu items to Heat @Home! Please click here for the flyer with complete details, including a QR code with instructions for storing, heating and portioning. (Written instructions can be found here.)   
 
 

Title 1 Highly Qualified Letter to Parents/Guardians from Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment
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SCHOOL AND ADMINISTRATION BUILDINGS REMAIN CLOSED TO VISITORS.
Due to COVID-19 no visitors will be permitted in schools or administrative offices. Please contact your school principal or adminstrators by phone or email.
 

ANNOUNCEMENTS
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