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Santa Clara, UT 84765
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Halloween Parade Information

October 2019

Dear Parents,

The faculty and staff at Arrowhead Elementary have selected to host our annual Halloween Parade and celebration on Thursday, October 31, 2019. Students will be allowed to wear their costumes to school on Thursday.

The parade will begin at 2:45 pm and will last about 30 minutes. Parents are invited to attend and may check their students out with their teacher at the end of the parade. We are going to parade around the track at the back of the school. The best locations to view the parade would be anywhere around the outside perimeter of the track.

Students may wear masks if they are pertinent to the costume. If it is possible to wear the costume without a mask, that is encouraged. No items such as play knives, guns, swords, or any other type of weapon will be allowed. These items are in violation of the “Safe Schools” policy as outlined by the district and state and will be taken away. Please encourage your children to leave these items at home. We would also like to request that no blood and gore or costumes that promote violence in any way be worn by our students.

We are looking forward to a safe and happy celebration. Thanks for all of your support.

Sincerely,

Mrs. K. Heki, Principal

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Service Dog at Arrowhead

September 2019

Dear Parents,Student Drawn Picture of the two service dogs.

We are excited to announce that the students at Arrowhead Elementary are going to be provided with an amazing opportunity to learn about our community helpers in the form of a pair of service dogs.  Moose and Dreamer are Diabetic Alert Dogs (DAD), and will be joining the Arrowhead Team the first part of October. Moose is a 10-year-old Yellow Labrador. He has been with my family since he was 8 weeks old.  He is the “Master Alerter” and does a stellar job of identifying high and low blood sugars. Dreamer is a 15-month-old Yellow Labrador and has also been with us since she was 8 weeks old. She is learning to do her job well and gets better each and every day.  We will have the privilege of having these “Special Helpers” at Arrowhead because my special needs daughter Taylor is a volunteer in our kindergarten and preschool. She is a Type 1 Diabetic, and although she has an insulin pump and Decom to monitor her sugar levels, we have the dogs to also assist us in this lifesaving process.  The dogs are usually 30 minutes ahead with their alerts of whatever direction the blood sugars are going. They are more reliable than any technology we have found, and they allow me to concentrate on my tasks here at school while knowing they will let me know if there is an emergency. Both Moose and Dreamer will be trading off “Diabetic Alert Duty” while here at school.  

Both dogs have been through extensive training to not only preform their medical responsibility of identifying diabetic highs and lows, but to also be in public around people, especially children.  They are both gentle giants and pose no threat to the students at Arrowhead. They will be in full service mode while at school and when interacting with the students. They will NEVER be left unsupervised unless secured in Mrs. Heki’s office.  

If you have questions or concerns please contact Mrs. Heki (674-2027, kim.heki@washk12.org) or stop in for a personal visit.   We would also like to be notified if we have any students with allergies or fear of dogs. We will make sure that an appropriate distance is kept between the dogs and these students in order to keep them healthy and safe.  Please know that you are welcome to stop in at any time to meet Moose and Dreamer, ask any questions, or address any concerns.  

Thank you for all of your support. 

Sincerely,

Kim M. Heki, Principal

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Kim Heki

August 2019 Principal’s Message

We have had a really great start to the school year here at Arrowhead Elementary.  I want to start off by letting you know how much we all appreciate your support at our Back to School Open House.  Thank you for your patience as we spent last week testing your children.  This is so important as we find the baseline of your students learning and know where to begin our instruction this year in order to provide them the best learning experience possible.  I know I can speak for our teachers when I also say Thank You for all of the donations that have been brought in for our classes.  It means so much to the teachers, and it is so helpful as they go throughout the year.

I have a few quick items of safety I need you to be aware of.

PICK UP/DROP OFF:  Please make sure when you are in the drop-off or pick up line that you do not leave your car parked there.  It slows down our process and is frustrating if you are the parent stuck behind the parked car. If you need to get out of your car please find a parking space. As cars move forward please move forward as well.  This will help to decrease the line of traffic on the street and allow parents to pick up their students more quickly.

Be aware that you shouldn’t wave your student across the pick-up lane to meet you in the parking lot.  Parents who are pulling away from the curb may not see your student crossing and they run the risk of getting hit.  If you park in the parking lot, please walk across and help your student walk back to your car.

BUS LANES:  If you park on the south side of the building where the bus lane is, please do not walk in the bus lanes. Please stay on the sidewalk when picking up or dropping off students. If you park across the street from the school, please walk your students across the street. Please encourage your students to walk around the buses on the sidewalk and not between the buses. NO CARS SHOULD USE THE BUS LANE TO DROP OFF STUDENTS.

SEP NIGHTS: Next week will be our first SEP meetings.  They will be on Wednesday the 28th and Thursday the 29th.  More information will be coming home about SEP’s from your child’s teacher.  These meetings will provide you with more specific information about your child’s teachers expectations and procedures as well as grade-level requirements.  The results of your child’s testing information from last week will also be given to you.

VOLUNTEERS:  WE WELCOME VOLUNTEERS!  If you are volunteering for the first time this year please stop by the office and sign the volunteer form.  There is a district required video that you need to watch before you work with students.  It is about 10 minutes long and you can watch it here in the office the first time you volunteer.

We appreciate all of our help.  Please feel free to come in and say hello, ask questions, or let us help you with any concerns.

Kim Heki, Principal

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