October 2019 Hayfield Community Bulletin

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October 2019

Nadia Ghosheh, Bulletin Coordinator

Martin Grimm, Principal

  • HS DramaHawks Win Improv Tournament
  • MS DramaHawk Courtyard Performance
  • Senior Regional Orchestra
  • H2N Newsmagazine and Yearbook Awards

 

DRAMAHAWKS NEWS

Improv Team Win at Mt. Vernon HS

The Hayfield DramaHawks won again! The Improv Team took home the trophy at the most recent tournament at Mt. Vernon High School - competing against various other high schools from all over Fairfax County. 

Congratulations to the Improv Team!

MS DramaHawks Courtyard performance 

This October, the Middle School DramaHawks performed the 48th annual Courtyard Show! They reimagined 12 of Shakespeare’s famous plays and created a sketch comedy show. 

Senior Regional Orchestra

Hayfield Hawk, Serenity Flores, has been selected to the Senior Regional Orchestra on harp for the second year in a row. The orchestra is one of the most elite in the state and will allow her to audition for All-VA orchestra in February. The concert will be directed by Daniel Myssyk of VCU on Saturday, November 9 at 2:30pm at Fairfax HS.

Congratulations Serenity!

H2N Newsmagazine and Yearbook Awards

The Hayfield newspaper, the H2N Newsmagazine, and the school yearbook for 2018-2019 have been evaluated by the Publications Evaluation Services of the Virginia High School League. The publications both received an outstanding achievement rating of "Excellent".  

Furthermore, for both publications, we have been given a "First Class" recognition award that we may frame and display proudly.  Congratulations to our scholastic Journalism and Yearbook students, Mrs. Eckard, and to all who contributed in making the news magazine and yearbook outstanding!

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Drive 4 UR School Event at Hayfield SS on Sunday, November 3

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DRIVE 4 UR SCHOOL IS COMING TO HAYFIELD SS!

Join the PTSA on Sunday, November 3, 2019 for the FORD DRIVE 4 UR SCHOOL event from 9AM TO 3PM.  FORD will donate $20 to the PTSA for every valid test-drive (18 years and older with valid license and insurance).  

 

Only one donation per household.  Test drive a new Ford Mustang as well as other new Ford cars.

 

Please pre-register at https://d4ur.com/BW87M is highly recommended, which will make event day a little easier.  THIS EVENT IS FREE and in conjunction with the Hayfield SS Auto Show on that same day.  SEE YOU THERE!  HAWK PRIDE!

 

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Hayfield Digital Citizenship Week Activities

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FCPS is celebrating Digital Citizenship Week from October 21-25, 2019! This year’s theme is Media Balance and Well-Being: Developing a Healthy Relationship with Your Technology.

Hayfield Secondary School is celebrating Digital Citizenship Week with daily themes and encouraged activities that focus on developing healthy habits around technology use. We know that technology has become an integral part of many people’s daily habits, no matter their age. By focusing on media balance and well-being, we are hoping to open a dialogue about how tech is used daily and making sure the balance still exists between high-tech and analog activities.

 

Below you’ll find the schedule of the daily themes and resources and suggested activities to help support healthy habits at home too. 

 

Resources and Suggested Activities for Each Day’s Theme

 

Monday: Put on your thinking cap and reflect on your media use and habits.

Families are encouraged to reflect on their own relationship with technology, their media habits, and begin to think of ways to make some healthy adjustments. 

 

Tuesday: Exercise healthy technology habits.

Students and families are encouraged to exercise healthy tech practices such as managing notification settings and turning off screens an hour before bedtime. Try some of these ideas:

  • Consider making phone-free zones in your home.
  • Promote better sleep by disconnecting from screens at least one hour before bedtime and charging your phone outside of the bedroom.
  • Change your phone’s notification settings to minimize distractions or try some of these suggestions.
  • Visit Google’s Focus Your Time page for suggestions to track usage and manage your time on Android apps as well as time management suggestions for Youtube and Gmail.
  • Try some family mindfulness activities with GoNoodle’s Flow channel.

 

Wednesday: Focus on how you can use technology to be creative.

On this day, students and families are encouraged to think about how technology can be used to create original works.  Encourage students to favor the active use of technology for creation over passive consumption. Try some of these ideas:

  • Use Common Sense Media’s App Reviews to learn about your child’s favorite games and apps and what you might need to teach them in order to use it safely.
  • As an FCPS student, your child has access to a number of digital tools that promote creativity including Wixie (elementary only), Voicethread, and G Suite including Google Docs, Slides, Drawings, and more. These tools are available for students to create outside of school too!
  • Students are also encouraged to experiment with computer coding at home. Code.org has activities that teach students to use coding to design games, apps, drawings, and websites.

 

Thursday: Look for and use high quality media.

Students and families are encouraged to think critically about the media they consume and actively evaluate and select high quality, age-appropriate media. Try some of these ideas:

  • Help your child become a critical consumer of media by discussing these 5 questions with them when you consume media together such as books, movies, and news articles.
  • Consider Common Sense Media’s reviews of movies, apps, TV shows, video games, websites, and music for information that can help you decide if the media your child is consuming is appropriate for them.
  • Check out this tip sheet with your child and emphasize the importance of choosing quality resources.
  • Try these additional tips on how to establish expectations at home around media use.

 

Friday: Take a break from screens and technology. 

Students and families are encouraged to practice media balance by taking a break from screens to engage in real-world experiences and quality time with their friends and family. Try some of these ideas:

  • Have a device-free dinner and focus on connecting as a family.
  • Take on a Phone-Free Day challenge as a family and commit to leaving the phone at home when family members go to school or work.  Notice how your day changes and discuss the benefits and challenges together.
  • Have a family board game night instead of playing video games or watching TV.
  • Make a phone call or write a letter to a family member or friend instead of sending a text or email.
  • Spend time outside as a family and leave the phone behind. Thank you for participating in Digital Citizenship Week!  Take good care of your body, mind and your relationships and enjoy the benefits of using technology in a healthy and balanced way. 

 

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Hayfield ANGP Donations and Volunteers Needed This Weekend and More

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The All Night Grad Party committee has been busy the last few weeks! Have you seen our website?  Please visit class of 2020 ANGP website for all the latest details!  Click here to find out everything you need.

https://hayfieldss.fcps.edu/student-life-activities/all-night-grad-party-angp Or go straight to https://sites.google.com/view/2020angp

The Hayfield Citizens Association is hosting it's Annual Halloween Parade in the Hayfield Farm Community on Sunday, October 20 from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm. ANGP has been invited to participate by selling hot dogs with 100% profit going to ANGP. There will be over 200 people in attendance based on previous years. We need donations and volunteers to help with taking flocking orders, selling candy bars, blankets, magnets, t-shirts and food. Donation drop is at Hayfield Elementary on the black top from 2:00 pm to 2:30 pm the day of the event (Sunday). Please let us know if you are able to offer your support by reviewing the available slots below and clicking on the button to sign up to help the class of 2020. Thank you!

Sign Up Genius: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/805084ba9a72ea4fa7-hayfield 

Our next fundraising event is PANDA EXPRESS. Please check out flyer at this link. If you order online, please Enter 304493 in the promo code box during online checkout. community.pandaexpress.com/events/promotions/fc6c6dd9-f0e4-86d2-a10e-fbb6143d09a8/en/landing   *****PLEASE SUPPORT********* Thank you to all the parents who stepped up to man tables, sell candy, haul supplies back and forth from cars, coordinated events, attend our meetings. We are so excited with the ideas and creativity of this group and dedication to our seniors and our focus to provide the best ANGP that we can.

We need a Co-Chair so please send us an email at hayfield2020angp@gmail.com if you are interested in being a Co-Chair. (HSS Parent, Senior, or underclassman) Clock is ticking, so please send us your fundraising ideas so we can raise funds to help reduce the cost of ANGP tickets. Check out the countdown clock @ https://hayfieldss.fcps.edu/student-life-activities/all-night-grad-party-angp

HAWK Chocolates: We still have boxes of chocolates for distribution. We ask that you pre-pay $48 for the box of 48 bars of Gertrude Chocolate and then sell those at work, gatherings, wherever, and repay your investment.

Shutterfly-Don’t forget to shop our storefront at http://hayfield2020angp.shutterflystorefront.com/

Finally, LAST CALL to order your Blankets. We must submit our order by 25 Oct 19 so we can have them for the holidays. We need at least 18 more orders to keep the low-cost vendor price. If you haven't submitted your pre-order, please visit our website or Facebook page and complete an order form to get first dibs on these fabulous blankets before the cold weather sets in!! Or, just send an email with your name and telephone number with your order. Please join our email list to receive the most timely updates, please email us at hayfield2020angp@gmail.com

Thanks for your interest and please let us know if you have any questions

Follow us on Twitter (@hayfield2020) and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/ANGP2020/) and check out our website https://sites.google.com/view/2020angp

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Dog Costume Contestants and Volunteers Needed for Friday Homecoming Parade

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Our Students need your help on Friday 11 Oct 2019!

 

DOG COSTUME CONTESTANTS  AND VOUNTEEERS NEEDED:

Dress up your dog in their best costume and walk in the HSS Homecoming Parade. 

Please use the links below to register your dog in the competition and to sign up as a Volunteer for the Parade and/or Hawktoberfest.

Contestant Registration Link:   https://docs.google.com/document/d/17M8gcfvt4dGA7w0-9xdCvZk5RncTR-bZAmweRGso6D0/edit?fbclid=IwAR15q_ObyKut5AhIInizMKurQmfkhHd5Ot4KKyRpTExp8Qo_bIsLcdUUhk4

 

Volunteer sign up link:  https://www.signupgenius.com/go/805084BA9A72EA4FA7-dogcontest

 

Hayfield ANGP Dog Contest

Homecoming Parade Dog Costume Contest and HAWKTOBERFEST

HOMECOMING PARADE AND HAWKTOBERFEST- Support our Seniors!

The All Night Grad Party is hosting it's second annual Hawktoberfest Dog Costume Contest during Hayfield Secondary School Homecoming celebrations on Friday 11 October at Hayfield Park.  The parade will begin with students/contestants leaving the school at 4:30 PM. Contestants with dogs will CHECK IN at 4:00pm  at the Dunkin Donuts parking beside the school. Once the Parade enters the Park, the winners of the Dog Costume Contest will be announced. There will be treats and surprises for the winners and all contestants.

Following the Homecoming Parade, ANGP will be selling chocolates, class magnets and taking blanket orders at the SGA HAWKTOBERFEST in the Senior parking lot 5 pm and 7 pm.

Please SIGN UP to volunteer or participate as a Contestant to support our seniors

 

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Hayfield PTSA October Newsletter

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Hayfield Happenings from the PTSA

The next PTSA meeting is Thursday, October 10 at 6:30 PM in the Library. Hayfield Parent Liaisons will be available to provide information to help parents support their children and better understand the school system. Please join us!

 

Homecoming week is October 7 – 12

Thursday, October 10 Screen on the Screen showing of Monsters, Inc. at 7:00PM in the HSS Auditorium. Admission is free.

Friday, October 11 Hayfield’s 2nd Annual Hawktoberfest, 5:00 – 7:00 PM, HSS parking lot. Join the Student Government Association (SGA) immediately following the parade in the Hayfield Farm neighborhood. There will be food trucks, games, and prizes before the Homecoming game against Chantilly @ 7:00 PM.  Volunteers are needed to assist the SGA with this event. If you are interested in volunteering, please visit these links to sign up: 

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/70A0545ACAB22A1FC1-hawktoberfest

 

Saturday, October 12 Homecoming Dance 8:00 – 11:00 PM at HSS

The PTSA is seeking volunteers to assist with the Homecoming Dance Coat/Shoe Check In during the dance. Please see this link for more information:

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/30E0E4CADA728A57-hayfield

 

ATTENTION SENIOR CLASS PARENTS

ALL NIGHT GRAD PARTY (ANGP) 2020 is seeking a Co-chair:  The current ANGP 2020 Chair needs a Co-Chair to help coordinate this event for the CLASS of 2020. This is a critical position. ANGP Co-chairs organize Senior Parents to form an ANGP Committee and engage in planning and fundraising throughout the 2019-2020 school year. The committee is off to a good start, but they NEED HELP! Estimated time commitment is 3-4 hours a month. Please consider assisting. The purpose of this party is to provide a safe and alcohol-free celebration for our students on graduation night in June 2020. For more information contact: Dahlia Graham at hayfield2020angp@gmail.com  or president@hssptsa.org.

 

Lee District Candidate Forum

The League of Women Voters of Fairfax is hosting a Lee District Candidate Forum on Wednesday, October 16, 2019 from 7:00 – 9:00 PM at Hayfield SS. This is a non-partisan forum held during this vital election year.

 

Hawk Pantry Needs Donations

Please consider donating items to The Hawk Pantry. The pantry is currently stocked with school supplies, but needs toiletries and food items. Items needed: breakfast bars, fruit cups, microwavable lunch items, deodorant, shampoo, lotion and body wash wipes. Donations can be dropped off in the front office, or consider donating through our Amazon Wishlist. Here is the link: https://t.co/EHqHDdTFCO

 

Students in need of support should visit their school counselor or speak with a trusted teacher. A permanent Hawk Pantry pass can be issued to students or they can visit the pantry before and after school. Please direct questions to: Vicky Wuerful, vkwuerfel@fcps.edu.

 

National PTSA Reflections Program is accepting theme-based artwork in the areas of dance choreography, film production, literature, music composition, photography and visual arts. This year’s theme is Look Within.

Rules for entering can be found at https://www.vapta.org/programs/arts-and-education/reflections-top or picked up in Washington Hall, Room 1320. All entries must be submitted by October 18, 2019. If you have questions, please contact reflections@hssptsa.org.  

 

 

 

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September 2019 Hayfield Community Bulletin

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September 2019

Nadia Ghosheh, Bulletin Coordinator

Martin Grimm, Principal

  • Golf Team is the 2019 Gunston District Champions
  • Students Explore Problem-Solving with Engineering Tomorrow
  • A Special Surprise at Hayfield!

 

Hayfield Golf Team wins Gunston District

Congratulations to the Hayfield Golf Team, who won the 2019 Gunston District! Go Hawks! 

 

Hayfield AP Students and VA STAR Students Explore Problem-Solving with Engineering Tomorrow

For students, it’s a chance to explore, learn and find new passions in problem solving and engineering. For Hayfield Secondary AP students and VA STAR students from Mrs. Riley’s and Mrs. Chiplock’s classrooms it was an opportunity to take a look at engineering problems, labs, and tours which will range over 4 visits from bridge building and catapults to phototherapy, water desalination, robotics, solar energy and a spectrum of varying engineering lab choices. Mrs. Riley shared regarding this field experience visit,

“I particularly like the hands on aspect of the visit that was centered around solving a problem and the opportunity for the students to talk to engineers in an informal setting.

As an educator, it was good for me to take a step back and watch the way my students problem solved and worked together in a low stress environment.”

Engineering Tomorrow, was founded In 2014 by Bill Woodburn, a Partner at Global Infrastructure Partners, with two main objectives:

 

(1) to encourage inner city high school students to pursue engineering in college by getting them excited and energized about careers in the field of engineering; and (2) to bolster the number of U.S. students entering the field of engineering in order to continue our country’s leadership in innovation and problem solving at the highest levels. 

Taking the helm as Executive Director of Engineering Tomorrow is Dr. Timothy McNiff.

The program became established in NY/NJ and has expanded to the Washington, D.C./DMV.  Hayfield Secondary School students marked the inaugural lab event for Engineering Tomorrow at the Blue Plains Water Treatment Plant. 

More information regarding this organization as well as some resources can be found at http://www.engtom.org/  Check out more of the Hayfield Secondary Pics on instagram at @engineering.tomorrow.

 

A Special Surprise at Hayfield

On Friday, September 13, 2019, Major Cooper and his brother - Tyrick Muhammad - surprised his 9th grade son, Jacob, at Hayfield Secondary.

During his sixteen-year career in the US Airforce, Major Cooper has been deployed three times. This last deployment was for over seven months in Afghanistan. Due to the time-difference and working twelve to fourteen-hour days in Security Operations, Major Cooper had very little time for video chats with his family during this last deployment. Plus poor cell-phone service made an already difficult situation even tougher! 

So - Major Cooper came up with a surprise plan! He enlisted the assistance of Jacob's counselor, Ms. Rodriguez-Lee, who told Jacob that she wanted to talk to him about his classes....however they needed to stop by the main office first to pick up something!

That’s where Jacob was surprised by his father and uncle as well as many school staff members who were there to capture the wonderful reunion.

We were all in tears when we saw the big bear hug Jacob gave his father!

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Hayfield ANGP Burton's Fundraiser for Sept. 30

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On Monday September 30th, the ANGP has made Lunch and Dinner plans for you. Please take this flyer with you to Burton's Grill and when you pay for your meal, please hand the flyer to the cashier or just tell them you are supporting Hayfield Secondary School.

 

Just like that, and 15% of the cost of your meal will go to Hayfield ANGP.

For each $ you spend at Burton's on Monday 9/30/19, they will give us 15 cents, so please stop by Burton's and pick up lunch and or dinner so the ANGP can raise money for class of 2020.

Burton's Fundraiser.pdf

Thank you,

Class of 2020 ANGP

 

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Lockdown Rescheduled

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Good afternoon,

 

We are rescheduling the Lock-down drill that was scheduled for today.  Unfortunately, a student sent a social media post about violence to the school.  This post was 100% false, and there is no threat to the school, and we are speaking with the student who sent the post.

 

However, since the timing of the threat has caused some anxiety; we will have the Lock-down drill tomorrow.  Please check your email tomorrow for more information.

 

Best,

Martin

 

 

Martin Grimm

Principal

Hayfield Secondary School

 

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Hawks Stay After Middle School Program

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Dear Parents and Guardians,

Our Hawks Stay After Staff at Hayfield are excited for this new year and what it has to offer. The first day of HSA will be Monday, September 23, 2019. All HSA information has been updated on the HSA Webpage. Please make sure to go over the Schedule and  Rules and Regulations with your student(s).

To stay update on future important dates, please visit the Hawks Stay After website and look at the monthly calendars

Kind regards,

Adam M. Fitzgerald

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Hayfield Family Tech Night Wednesday, Sept. 25

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Good afternoon Hayfield Families,

 

We want to invite you to attend our Family Tech Night on Wednesday, September 25 from 6:30 PM - 8:15 PM in the Hayfield Secondary Library. During this time we will be offering short classes on how to use Parent Vue, Blackboard, and Google Classroom. We will also provide information on digital citizenship and how to support your student at home.

 

It is our goal this year to continue our communication with Hayfield families in order to help you better support your student.

 

We hope to see you on Wednesday, September 25!

 

Thanks,

Hayfield Staff

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Hayfield Happenings from the PTSA

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Hayfield Happenings from the PTSA

Welcome to the 2019-2020 school year! Thank you for joining the PTSA. We are off to a great start. If you are not a member, it is not too late. Please consider joining the Parent, Teacher, Student Association (PTSA) online at http://tinyurl.com/HSSPTSA-PAY4SchoolStuff2019 or visit our website at www.hssptsa.org. We support school programs with your membership dues and volunteer hours.

PTSA Meetings. Our monthly meetings are held the second Thursday of every month at 6:30pm in the Library. Our meetings are an easy way to find out what is happening at Hayfield SS. The first meeting of the school year will be held on Thursday, September 12th. Mr. Grimm and all the administrative staff will be present to introduce themselves and meet with families. JOIN US!

Want to get INVOLVED? Volunteers are a critical part of the PTSA and a great way to meet people while supporting our school. We kicked off the year by hosting the Welcome Back Breakfast for our teachers and staff. Thank you for turning in the Volunteer Interest Forms. A PTSA Committee Chair will be contacting you soon. We have volunteer opportunities that fit any schedule. Contact PTSA President Heidi Frego at president@hssptsa.org for more information.

HAWK Pantry. The Hawk Pantry provides instant lunch meals, healthy snacks, school supplies and toiletry items to students in need at HSS. The PTSA is proud to support the pantry again this year by creating an Amazon Wishlist. To donate to the pantry, please visit https://t.co/EHqHDdTFCO or bring donations to the Main Office. If you have any questions, please contact teacher sponsors: Ms. Wuerfel at VKWuerfel@fcps.edu or Ms. Riley at jsriley@fcps.edu.

 

Call for entries. Each year the PTSA sponsors the National PTA Reflections Program where students create original artwork that expresses their reflections on an annual theme. This year’s theme is Look Within. Students of all grades and abilities are invited to enter in one or more of the following categories: dance choreography, film production, literature, musical composition, photography, and visual arts. Students will earn positive recognition for their efforts. Additionally, school winners have the opportunity to move up through the district, regional, and state PTA programs to the National level.  Selected entries at the National level are celebrated at the National PTA convention, receive scholarship awards, and may be included in the traveling exhibit for the following year. Rules for entering can be found at https://www.vapta.org/programs/arts-and-education/reflections-top or picked up in Washington Hall, Room 1320. All entries must be submitted by October 18, 2019. If you have questions, please contact reflections@hssptsa.org.  

 

Military Families Connect. Are you a Military Family who is either new to the area or has lived here awhile? We welcome you to join our Military Families Connect group. This is open to Active duty and military retiree parents of HSS students. Find us at https://www.facebook.com//groups/hayfieldmfc/ or contact our chair, Julie Shepard by email at hayfieldmfc@gmail.com.

 

Vaping Awareness Presentation: Hear important information on the effects of vaping on the body, dangerous chemicals in vape juice and developing refusal skills. Tuesday, September 17th at 7:00PM in the HSS auditorium. Intended for Parents Only. Presented by FCPS Office of Student Safety & Wellness.

 

I look for to seeing you at our first meeting on September 12th at 6:30PM in the Library.

Heidi Frego, HSS PTSA President

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Hayfield ANGP Shutterfly Storefront

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Dear Parents,

 

Back-to-school is here and the Class of 2020 All Night Graduation Party (ANGP) Committee needs your support. We have the perfect way to help prepare your favorite students and teachers throughout the school year while also supporting the class of 2020 ANGP.

 

We’ve created a custom Shutterfly Storefront where you can create personalized gifts, school gear, keepsakes, premium stationery and more—and for every purchase made, Shutterfly will donate 8% to the ANGP.

 

Here’s how it works:

  1. Visit our Shutterfly Storefront at: http://hayfield2020angp.ShutterflyStorefront.com
  2. Click through to create personalized gifts, stationery and school gear for your favorite students and teachers.
  3. For every purchase made, Shutterfly will donate 8% to Hayfield class of 2020 ANGP.

 

Please feel free to share this email with your friends, family and co-workers—the more orders we receive through our Storefront, the more our organization earns!

 

Thank you for your support,

Hayfield Secondary School

Class of 2020 ANGP

Contact us at: hayfield2020angp@gmail.com

 

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