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Blackhawk Newsletter
February 2015
Hinton Community School
315 W. Grand St.
Hinton, IA 51024
Volume 21 / Issue 6 

Flipped Classroom With the introduction of the laptops for the 9-12 students, the Math Analysis classes (Trigonometry) also had to adapt to a new way of learning. Starting this past fall, the students were asked to flip the way they were used to learning math.
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Jump Rope and Hoops for Heart
K-6th Jump Rope and Hoops for Heart money will be due Febuary 6th. Money will need to be given to the classroom teacher.
Kindergarten Round-Up
Kindergarten Round-Up will be on Thursday, March 5th. For more information please call Kim in the elementary office at 947-4327.
4-6 Blackhawks of the Month
The students in grades 4-6 are working on Positive Behavior Instructional Support (PBIS). Students are recognized daily for following the Blackhawk Code: Be Respectful, Be Responsible, Be Safe, Be Prepared. Every month a student from each class will be drawn and will be recognized as the Blackhawk of the Month. If you see these students around town or at school events, congratulate them on representing our school well!
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Bus Safety
Physical Plan and Equipment Levy
Senior Checklist
7-8 Language Arts
9-12 English
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February - Printable
PK-12 Breakfast Menu - February
Preschool Lunch Menu - February
PK-5 Lunch Menu - February
6-8 Lunch Menu - February
9-12 Lunch Menu - February
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