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Welcome to the 2019-20 school year at Hansen Elementary. Thank you for taking the time to visit Hansen’s website. For those of you who are new to our school, you are coming to an absolutely wonderful place. Hansen Elementary exceeded or met the state on our Istation test during the 2018-19 school year in all grades (K-3). As a school we had 75% at grade level while the state had 71.9%. Our ISAT scores (3-6) continue to grow every year and we are excited about all of our tests we have that exceed the state. The staff at Hansen Elementary has high expectations and we know that every child can learn. We hope you will follow our events and activities on our Hansen Elementary Facebook page.
I have a passion for ensuring all students receive a quality education. I attended Hansen Elementary, Junior, and Senior High School, and I am proud to say I am a Hansen graduate. I graduated from the University of Idaho in May of 2000 and without hesitation returned to the district I love. Our staff is caring, innovative, and we are always learning something new for the benefit of your child. We are excited to announce Brandi Stimpson as our new elementary librarian/art teacher. The elementary was awarded a grand for $5000 to purchase books. We were also awarded a PBIS grant for the elementary. Please stop by to see the exciting changes taking place.
We encourage you to volunteer in your child’s classroom and be a part of something magical. Please call me if you have any questions (208)423-5475 or email me at email@example.com.
With kind regards,
Heidi Skinner M. Ed.
The Hansen Early Learning Program is a program for children from 3 to 5 years old. Children can be screened anytime during the school year after their third birthday. They must qualify for special services in one or more areas. These areas are social, fine and gross motor, adaptive, cognitive, speech and language. Each child has an individual plan that lists the goals that the child will work towards throughout the year. In addition to the goals in the plan, each child works from a list of skills that are appropriate for their age level and work toward the state core standards. Many of the skills will help them to be successful in kindergarten. The time spent at preschool is a balance of child directed and teacher directed projects. The mix is to bridge the gap between playing at home and coming to school. The goal of the program is to improve skills in all areas.
At the beginning of the school year some typically developing students are allowed in the program as peer models. They pay tuition.
A "Child Find" screening is held in the Spring for the following school year and screenings are done once a month throughout the school year as needed. To have your child screened please call the school at 423-5475 to set up an appointment.
|Start of School||8:15|
|K-3 1st Recess||10:00 - 10:15|
|4-6 1st Recess||10:15 - 10:30|
|End of Lunch Bell||12:20|
|K-3 2nd Recess||1:45 - 2:00|
|4-6 2nd Recess||2:00 - 2:15|
|End of School||3:55|
Student Success Days: 8:00 am - 2:00 pm