Bobcat Bulletin 1/16/22

Bobcat Bulletin

C.D. Hunking School | January 16, 2022

We will continue to accept donations of new hats, mittens, and gloves that we will add to the tree as they come in. Please send them to the main office. We also have new backpacks under the tree for students who need one.

Families are having difficulty accessing the school using Revere Street because people are parking on both sides to drop off and pick up students. If you are dropping off or picking up students the safest way to do so is by entering the school and following the traffic patterns. If you are not doing this, please be mindful that cars need to be able to enter and exit the school using Revere Street simultaneously. 


2/7 K-8 Progress Reports issued

2/10 K-8 Parent Teacher Conferences

2/18 Early Release at 11:05  students only – staff PD

2/21 No School – Washington’s Birthday

2/22-2/25 No School – Winter Recess


UPDATE! Basketball and Cheerleading can begin practicing again this week. Coaches will let players know when they will have their next practice. Stay tuned for when games will be played again.


The window for Access testing has been extended so we will be postponing the start of testing for a few weeks. A new start date will be forthcoming.

Student Council – Advisors Ms. Pouliot, Ms. Godfrey, Ms. Riley

Grade 6, 7 and 8 members will meet on 2/16, 3/9, 4/13, 5/18 from 3:00-4:00PM in Room 113. If you haven’t returned your permission slip, return it at the first meeting. Please make sure students have transportation home at 4:00PM.

Gay-Straight Alliance  – Advisors Mr. Molloy, Ms. Curry

The next meeting will be Tuesday, January 18th. Ms. Curry and Mr. Molloy are thrilled at the number of students of diverse identities who showed up to support the Hunking queer community. The meeting will run until 4:00. 


The next PTO meeting will be held on 2/1 at 6:30PM. Stay tuned for whether the meeting will be held in person or virtually.


To access school-related information, including grades and report cards:
If you need help with this please visit the “Parents & Student Resources” section on the Haverhill Public School website.


Please make sure your student comes to school every day with a charged Chromebook.

You have the opportunity to protect the Chromebook issued to your student by paying a Device Waiver Fee. This $20 fee will cover a single incident of damage or repair for the school year. It will not cover lost equipment. If the annual optional Damage Waiver Fee is not purchased, the typical cost of repairing components is as follows, and an invoice would be sent to the family:

  • Charger – $39
  • LCD Screen – $80
  • Top Cover (keyboard, trackpad, etc.) – $139
  • Device Replacement (when damage to the device is unrepairable) – $199

If you would like to submit your $20 (per student), please send it to Shelley MacRae in the main office. Make checks payable to: Haverhill Public Schools


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