Ford Drive4UR School Event
Spring Craft & Vendor Fair
& Car Wash!
Saturday, April 30 from 9am-3pm
The Ford Drive4UR School Event will be here at school. Blevins Ford will be bringing an F-150, Escape and a Fusion that day for community members to test drive. The Class of 2017 will get $20 for each test drive of a vehicle that day per household.
The Class of 2017 will also wash cars for free that day for anyone who comes to the event.
Following is the link for anyone interested
in being a crafter or vendor at the fair:
Once this form is completed, Mrs. Cruikshank will send an official contract
for you to sign and return to her.
We will also need some volunteers to make this happen and to be a success!
Proceeds from the Craft & Vendor Fair
will benefit the Washington DC Trip Students.
Proceeds from the Ford Drive 4 UR School and Car Wash Proceeds
will benefit the Class of 2017.
Community Service Project
7th & 8th grade students that volunteered to make 100 wood toy tug boats as a Community Service Project for the Antique Boat Museum in Clayton, NY. The Museum uses these for their youth Summer Program.
Pictured left to right is Gary Kocher (Teacher), Harley Thomas Smith, Caitlyn Cunningham, Samantha House, Garrett Langtry, and Julia Langtry.
Hammond Pride T-Shirts
on Sale for $12!
To order, see Ms. Dillon or click on the following link:
Please Note: HCSD Water Quality
On Monday, April 4, the water at school was discolored. The water pumps had been turned off all weekend due to recent water sensor issues. The sensor has been acting up and the administration felt it necessary to turn the pumps off over the weekend in an effort to sustain workability of the sensor on Monday morning when school would be in session.
Initial use of many water sources throughout the building experienced water discoloration. As many Hammond residents can attest, the visibility of such minerals are not uncommon with the well water sources in this area, especially after system nonuse for a period of time.
Certified school officials test the water each morning using NYS Department of Health guidelines to guarantee safety for all. Also, on the first Wednesday of every month, a representative from the Department of Health visits the school and tests water samples off site in a laboratory. The water here is also chlorinated, abiding by NYS Health Department guidelines in order to eliminate the possibility of contamination.
If you have any questions regarding this process, please feel free to contact school.
Please remember that no skateboards or in-line skates are allowed on school property.
We are a Safe School Zone!