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Summer hours – The school office will remain open until Thu., June 16 and will reopen Mon., July 11. Summer office hours are 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays. Hancock wishes much success to those students going on to junior high next year and a safe, fun-filled summer for everyone. Thanks to all the parents for another great year. Site Council – Hancock seeks parents to be part of its Site Council for the 2011-12 school year. Site Council members review school goals, establish new goals for site improvement, help plan school events, evaluate instructional programs, address safety concerns and work to promote parent and school partnerships. The group meets after school monthly on Wednesday afternoons. If interested, contact Suzanne at 480-883-5900. Little ones - Families who meet eligibility requirements based upon the USDA Free and Reduced Lunch Guidelines can enroll their child in a free preschool program. For more information, call the Community Education Office at 480-224-3913. Box Tops – Thanks to everyone who turned in Box Tops this year. Hancock exceeded its goal by raising $2,285 through the Box Tops program this year. Box Tops can be sent in any time to Hancock teachers or dropped off in the collection box in the front office. Another classroom collection contest begins in the fall. Tax credits – Tax credit donations for 2011 can be given any time. Up to $400 can be donated to Hancock to receive credit on this year’s taxes for the full amount. Thanks to the Hancock families who have already contributed. —Suzanne Incorvaia


Youth Patterson Pride


TRACK STARS: Patterson fifth-grader Brennen Davis shows his winning ribbons from the Hershey’s Track & Field State Finals held recently in Glendale. He took first place in standing long jump and second in 200 meters. Zoe Kross placed second in 800 meters.


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Track winners – Several Navarrete students represented the school at the state competition of the Hershey Track Meet. Congratulations to Eden P., fourth place in the standing long jump; Dylan C., first place in the 200 meter dash; Matt E., Michael V., and Evan W., third place in the relay; and Zach L., Robby B., Zachary A., and Dylan C., first place in the relay. Library kudos – Thank you to the faithful library volunteers and also to others who have donated to the library this year: Joyce Synk, Lisa Romero, Joan Klein, the Asad Family and the Paddock family. Navarrete sincerely appreciates all that they do to help promote literacy. Navarrete readers – Navarrete students love to read, taking in some 551,954,167 words this year. Visit the library section of the school’s website to find out about fun summer reading programs to keep students reading while school is out. Pop tabs - Navarrete collected more than 230 pounds of pop tabs for the Ronald McDonald House. --Kerry Kester


Good luck – Seventh grader Megan Hiruko will be competing in gymnastics at the Arizona State Championship at the Arizona Grand Resort. Her events include trampoline, tumbling and double mini. Megan is 12 years old but competes in the 13- to 14-year-old group. Megan will be in San Antonio, TX July 9 to 14 to compete in the Junior Olympics for her third time, last year earning a silver medal there. Way to go – Joyce Kuong, a seventh-grade student in Eric Nedow’s class, won the Sunwise Prevention Poster Contest sponsored by the Arizona Diamondbacks and the Arizona Department of Health. Joyce and Nedow will go to the June 15 Diamondbacks game to receive the award, and Joyce’s poster, chosen from more than 6,900 submissions from the K-12 level throughout the state, will become the state’s official Sunwise poster. Conference champs - The eighth grade girls’ softball team is the 2010-11 East Valley Conference Champs, beating Willis Junior High 6 to 3. As seventh graders, the girls also took the championship last year. Their consecutive wins give them a combined record of 18-0. Payne is proud of their hard work and Coach Alycia Glashagel for her dedication to the team. --Tracy House


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