Please use our main entrance on North St.
Please Join our HMS staff at the Kindergarten-Grade 2 Open House on September 22 from 6:00-7:30
Good Afternoon HMS Families,
Our bucket filling program is part of our school’s approach to helping students develop positive, expected behaviors. The school uses a hybrid of PBIS (Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports) and HYFABT (Have You Filled a Bucket Today?) By Carol McCloud. Up until recently the bucket filling was limited to our classrooms but right after Thanksgiving recess we went to a whole school collection bucket near the front office with the idea of earning school wide incentives. Up until then, students in each class worked to fill buckets in their individual classrooms but now when a classroom’s small bucket is full, the class empties it into the large whole school bucket. Doing it this way allows teachers to encourage kindness, hard work, good choice making and following school rules by starting with a positive incentive at the individual level (receiving a pompom). The student can then contribute their pompom to the small classroom bucket to help the classroom community earn a classroom level incentive. Once the classroom bucket is full, the class empties their pompoms into the large schoolwide bucket. This allows individual students and later, whole classrooms to contribute to earning a whole school incentive.
Each pompom represents a celebration of a child’s achievement of the skills needed to be a positive role model and a valued member of our school community. The links below will help you find out more about the two programs which are highly compatible with one another.
PBIS https://www.understood.org/en/learning-attention-issues/treatments-approaches/educational- strategies/pbis-how-schools-support-positive-behavior
Please remember that anyone entering our school for any reason must have a valid picture ID with them.
9/14 - PTO meeting HMS Library 6:00
9/22 - HMS Open House 6:00-7:30
9/28 - Early Release,, Wellness Walk
Students are released at 1:50 PM
10/7 - School Picture Day
10/10 - No school
10/26 - Early release
PTO officers President - Scott Ryder
Vice President - Shannon Morcus
Secretary - Leslie Lawlor
Treasurer - Janet Plewa
HMS PTO Officer - Brandy Kizis, Tammy Flynn-Paradis, Shawn Moore
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HAZARDVILLE MEMORIAL SCHOOL
The mission statement of Hazardville Memorial School is for parents,
staff, students and community members to help students become respectful
and responsible citizens of the 21st century. Students will be provided
with opportunities to grow academically, emotionally, socially, culturally,
and physically with recognition of differences in a safe, environment.
Hazardville Memorial School is committed to creating a safe,
learning community that fosters respect, responsibility, and kindness.
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School Entry Security Protocol
The following protocol is to be used in all Enfield Public Schools facilities.
This protocol is for persons responding to the buzzer entry system or
working as a monitor at the entry of an EPS facility.
- Ask the person to state their name and reason for their visit before granting entry.
- Ask all visitors to report directly to the office after they are allowed in.
- All employees must show their ID badge or they must be treated as a visitor.
- All visitors must show a Driver’s License or a photo ID.
- All visitors must leave the Driver’s License or photo ID at the office during their visit.
- All visitors must sign-in on the EPS Entry Log.
- All visitors must wear a visitor badge while in the facility.
- All visitors must sign-out (Initial column of Entry Log) and return badge when they leave.
- Return the Driver’s License to visitor after they initial out.
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