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  • A Message from the Principal 

    Have you ever wished that there were more hours in a day? Ok, maybe how about wishing that you had more hours to get everything done that was on your “to do” list… There is always so much to do and we often wonder where the time went. My motto, “Tomorrow will come and if it doesn’t, then it becomes someone else’s “to do.”

    Yes, it is already mid-October and the weather is definitely cooling down. Temperatures are supposed to be in the low 60s and 70s next week. Our students continue to do an excellent job here at school and remind us each day what a great community this is in which to work and play. Yes, we try to play when the opportunity presents itself. Our 5k and 1st grade students enjoyed a trip to the pumpkin patch this week while our 2nd graders enjoyed two field trips this week.

    We will be celebrating Red Ribbon Week next week. Ms. James has a week of fun activities planned so I am sure you will be hearing about these events from your children. One of the events that students look forward to the most is the Character Parade, which is scheduled for next Friday. So be sure to get those costumes early.

    It is not too early to make plans now to attend our Veterans’ Day Assembly which will be on Monday, November 12th at 1:00pm. Any member of your family is welcome to attend.

    Due to the recent Hurricane Florence, our first nine weeks was extended a few so make sure that you are marking your calendars accordingly. Please be on the lookout for report cards in the next two weeks and make sure to pay attention to the upcoming events that have been revised.

    Our PTO World’s Finest Candy Sale has ended. Although we did not reach our goal, we thank you for your support. Your orders are ready for pickup and we will be awarding our highest sellers with prizes at the 9 weeks assembly next month.

    Thanks to our parents that attended our Parent Pow Wows scheduled by our Social Worker, Ms. Dixon so far this year. Please let us know topics you would like to see covered here at Hyatt Park and we will do our best to offer a session that interest you.

    Parents, please do not drop your child off or allow them to sit outside the front entrance before 7:00am. We do not have anyone on duty and we want our students to be safe. Thanks for getting your students here each day and on time and thanks for allowing them to participate in our morning fun run and thank you to our parents that participated in the Walk Your Child to School Day on last Wednesday. We appreciate your efforts!!!

    Plan now to attend conferences with your child’s teacher on November 1st. This will be an early release day for students a perfect opportunity to speak with your child teacher about questions that you may have about homework, classwork, assessments, etc.

    Please come to volunteer often! Together we can do great things!

    Dell Brabham, Principal

    Dell N. Brabham, Principal







    Hyatt Park Mission

    We are Hyatt Park and we strive to foster respect, cultivate obedience, inspire academic
    achievement, and promote personal and community responsibility for all of our students.