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WELCOME TO HAVENS PARENTS CLUB

HPC plays an essential role in funding the enrichment of your child's school experience, including: classroom materials, library support, STEM resources, science materials, lunchtime activities, assemblies, speakers, musical instruments, art supplies and teacher appreciation activities. 

 

Your membership dues are key to our fundraising for all these activities and much more.

IMPORTANT LINKS
CONTACT US
Havens Parents Club

323 Highland Avenue

Piedmont, CA 94611    

havensparentboard@gmail.com

NEWS UPDATES
PUSD Summer School Program

We are currently in the planning stages for a PUSD summer school program that will run from June 21 - July 16 with Monday, July 5th being a holiday. The program will run from 9:00am - 12:00pm.  The program will target literacy and/ or math, and will not include enrichment offerings as in years past.  Students who are experiencing significant learning loss will be invited to participate. Criteria for these invitations will be communicated in the coming weeks.

Havens Elementary School

Main: (510) 594-2680

Attendance (call/email before 8:30am):  (510) 594-2824,              havattendance@piedmont.k12.ca.us

Principal: Anne Dolid

Main Office: Melanie Reed

 School Counselor:  Lori Morris 

Health Clerk (for Covid-19 Health 

Related Questions): Jasmeen Kelley

Contact Tracing and 

Other Health Questions:   nurses@piedmont.k12.ca.us, (510) 594-2751   

Screener and Infinite Campus Help:    ichelp@piedmont.k12.ca.us

A Message from the HPC President
 
HPC stands in solidarity with and support of the AAPI community. The dramatic increase in violence against our Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) community members has shocked our community but has not shocked us into silence. I stand unequivocally with our AAPI community members and have zero tolerance for hurtful or discriminatory language, harassment, or violence against the AAPI community.
Digital Safety Resources 

Our children are virtual learning, spending their days logged onto a computer instead of in a classroom interacting face-to-face with their peers. The additional time spent online means that students may be more vulnerable to online hazards. 

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