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Hildebrandt Hoofbeat. October 31, 2023

Hildebrandt Hoofbeat. October 31, 2023

 

Hildebrandt Hoofbeat Newsletter

Check out this week's Hoofbeat Newsletter with all of the latest information regarding our campus. This week's LEAD lesson centered around Vision Boards. A vision board is a collection of images and words that represent the things you want in life–the things you want to do, the things you want to learn, the things you want to be. The vision board serves as a daily reminder of what students want to achieve and helps motivate them to make their vision a reality. Our Mustangs created these digitally, but it is also something they can create and put on their walls as a reminder! Ask your student what they included on their vision boards. 

Our Mustangs voted on our yearbook cover this year and we are so excited to recognize the winning cover as well as each student that submitted cover art!

mustang yearbook cover

 

REMINDER:

Hildebrandt picture retakes are Wednesday, 11/1/23. Did your student miss picture day? Didn't like your hair style on your original picture? Tomorrow is the day to get those pictures taken again! Students that have not had their picture taken will be given the opportunity tomorrow. We will work with teachers to ensure that each student has the chance to take their picture for the yearbook and their student ID. 

-Hildebrandt Intermediate

 

 

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