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We hope you had a joyous Holiday Season from the Board of Trustees ... Committed to providing an Outstanding Education to our Students with the Support of our Community!

Superintendent's Message... Superintendent's Message… We are nearing the midpoint of the 2016-2017 school year and there seems to be no shortage of activity. There are lights on across the district as concerts, athletic events, trade fairs and a host of other activities are happening each evening. The cold weather has not seemed to dampen the energy of the events that I have had the good fortune to attend. Each year I marvel at the amazing talent and great work that our staff does with our students. Winter seems to bring out some of the best performances of the year. Winter also marks the second session of our Community Education program. Our Community Education program coordinator Tiffany Olsen, works hard to put together many quality and diverse course offerings. We hope that you will find something that piques your interest and encourages you to try a new skill or perhaps take a refresher course on a hobby that you have not had time for in recent years. Either way, we would welcome you to sign up this winter and take part in one or several course offerings. As we approach the end of the calendar year, I like to spend time reflecting on the past year. There is so much that I have to be thankful for each and every day. It is a privilege to work in a school district that has such great community support. It really is a partnership between community and school district that creates great opportunity for students. Thank you so much and Go Blue Ponies! Havre Public Schools’ Community Education is proud to offer many exciting classes for the 2017 Winter Session. Registration begins January 17th. Register on-line, by email or in person. Payment is due at time of registration. Students will be dropped from classes if payment is not received within one week of registering for classes. Payments may be mailed or dropped off, in person, at the Community Education office in the Robins Administration Building. Early registration and payment will ensure the class is offered. Many of the classes have maximum occupancy numbers so hurry and register for your favorites! Students MUST be at least 18 years of age to participate in classes. Refunds will be made only if you notify the Community Education office seven days prior to class starting or 10 days prior for classes where the instructor or Community Ed. purchases supplies. If class is cancelled due to lack of enrollment, you will be notified and refunded any payment you have made. Returned checks will be recovered by Credit Bureau of Havre. A $30.00 fee will be added to all returned checks.

Community Education is always looking for instructors and classes of interest to the adult, lifelong learner. If you are interested in teaching, know someone who would be interested in teaching, or would like to suggest a class please contact Tiffany Olsen at the Community Education office at 395-8550 ext. 6716. The success of Community Education depends on your involvement as a student or as an instructor. Thanks for your support and here’s to a great winter session!


Participa te!

HAVRE PUBLIC SCHOOLS Activity 62+ Pass For Havre Residents Age 62 and Older

Policies for use of 62+ Card Age Requirement: 62 years of age Residency: Havre Public School District—A Card: Non-transferable 62+ card entitles you to the following: 1. Admission to the athletic events, excluding tournaments. 2. Admission to fine arts activities (band concerts, vocal performances). Fundraisers not included. 3. One free or reduced enrollment in a multievening Community Education class. Does not include materials, rentals, bldg., or other fees. CARDS MAY BE PICKED UP AT THE HIGH SCHOOL or ROBINS MAIN OFFICE You must present your 62+ card when registering for a multi-evening Community Education class or attending a school activity. It is NOT necessary to renew your 62+ card each year.



CORE VALUES Diversity – Every Child Can Learn Respectful and Accepting Teaching/Learning Environment Recognize Uniqueness of Each Child (Develop Gifts & Abilities)

Opportunity – Every Child Has The Right To Learn Safe Teaching/Learning Environment Diversified and Responsive Curriculum

Quality – Commitment To Continuous Growth Professional Development High Quality Instruction/Student Achievement Innovation Recruitment and Retention of Dedicated Professionals

Community – Engaging Stakeholders Strategic and Clearly Articulated Operations and Resource Management Parental/Family Involvement Collaboration Communication Building Partnerships

Stability – Maintaining a “Tradition of Excellence” History/Pride

Purposeful Leadership and Direction Relationship with City of Havre Facility Maintenance and Planning

DISTRICT ACTION PLANS FOR 2016-17 ¨ Library Curriculum Review ¨ World Languages Curriculum Review ¨ Technology Plan ¨ Havre Trustees Strategic Plan Goals

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