Bobcat Bulletin 5/30/22

Bobcat Bulletin

C.D. Hunking School | May 30, 2022

The AC units have been repaired. Yay! A big thank you to the director of facilities who spent hours working to secure the boards needed for the repairs. We were initially told it would be at least six weeks before receiving them so we are grateful that the repair happened within a week.

I am noticing an increase in students being dropped off before 8:00am and many are waiting outside the lower school walker entrance door. There is no staff on duty to supervise students before 8:00am. This is a safety issue. Please follow the established drop off procedure and use the lower school or upper school car drop off area beginning at 8:00am. Do not drop your child off before 8:00am.


6/14 Grade 8 Promotion Ceremony at 5:30PM

6/15 Last Day of School – Early Release at 11:05AM


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

During the last few weeks of May the Upper School Student Council will be recognizing Mental Health Awareness Month. We will be selling Mental Health Awareness pins during the 6th, 7th and 8th grade lunches. 4th and 5th grade students can see Mrs. MacRae in the office to purchase their pin.


Author/Illustrator Marty Kelley will be coming to Hunking on June 10th to present to grades K-4.

The final PTO Meeting of the year is scheduled for Thursday, June 2nd at 6:30PM in the Hunking Library. Babysitters will be on site. 

The PTO is looking for a Recording Secretary, a Communications Secretary and several Members at Large seats. Please email if you’re interested in getting involved!


To access school-related information, including grades and report cards:

If you need help with this please email support at  Please have the following included in any email to Portal Support:

  • Full Name
  • Full name of child(ren)
  • Full email address (be sure to contact Portal Support from this same email)
  • Your child(ren)’s Grade Level(s) and School(s)
  • Detailed explanation of issue


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


Personal Responsibility ○ Integrity ○ Determination ○ Excellence