Fayetteville Elementary School HSA

Fayetteville Elementary School HSA

Welcome to the Fayetteville Elementary HSA page. The Home School Association (HSA) is a volunteer organization dedicated to aiding students by providing financial and other support for educational and recreational needs. Fundraising is the primary means of support for the H.S.A. whose goal is to support and enhance educational school programs.

The message below is from HSA co-presidents Sara Fisher and Gretchen Devine.

Dear Parents and Guardians of Fayetteville Elementary,

On behalf of the Fayetteville Elementary Home and School Association (HSA), we would like to welcome you and your family to the 2016-2017 school year. We would also like to express our gratitude to the parents, guardians, teachers and staff involved in last year’s HSA events. The fundraisers and programs were a tremendous success due to the support of dedicated volunteers.

Please read the online monthly HSA Communication Packet now known as the Buzz Beat and refer to the Fayetteville Elementary website for more information on HSA events.

All Fayetteville Elementary community members are encouraged to participate in HSA activities. Volunteers are the key to the HSA’s success. It is only through active engagement that the HSA can continue to provide an integral link between home and school. Please consider volunteering your time and talents. HSA meetings are held monthly in the cafeteria - please refer to the list of dates below.  Parent and guardian participation is highly encouraged.

2016-17 Meetings

  • Sept.  28 -  6:30pm
  • Oct.   26 -  7 p.m.
  • Nov.  16 -  7 p.m.
  • Dec.  14  - 7p.m.
  • Feb.  15   -7 p.m.
  • Mar.  22  - 7 p.m.
  • Apr.  12  - 7 p.m.
  • May  17 - 7p.m.

 

The HSA also publishes a monthly "At-A-Glance" that goes home with every student to keep families informed.

With the help of its volunteers, the HSA sponsors many activities for the students throughout the year and helps to provide and support home/school communication.

Activities and Communications include:

  • Foreign language classes
  • Family activity nights for each grade level
  • Dance program
  • Individual student pictures
  • Fourth grade party
  • Mini courses
  • Field trips for each grade level
  • Monthly H.S.A. At-A-Glance
  • Teacher hospitality
  • Cultural enrichment programs (authors, musicians, and other special guests are brought to the school throughout the year)
  • School cookouts
  • R.I.O.T. (Reading Instead of Television) month
  • Yearbook
  • School directory
  • Quarterly "Buzz Beat" newsletter
  • Positive behavioral support


Fundraisers can vary from year to year, and information about them is sent home throughout the school year. All parents and faculty are encouraged to get involved. There are many volunteer opportunities at all levels, and there is always room for community input. 

Remember: Each and every parent and guardian is a voting member of the H.S.A.

Co-Presidents for the 2016-17 school year are: 

Sara Fisher (sarafisher568@gmail.com).

and Gretchen Devine (gretchmpt@yahoo.com).

For more information, please call the school at (315) 692-1600.


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