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Principal's Message


Dear Parents and Staff,
As we reach the conclusion of this school year, I want to take a moment to reflect on our collective achievements and express my deepest gratitude for your unwavering support. and dedication.
To our Wonderful Parents
Your partnership has been invaluable in fostering a nurturing and effective learning environment. From volunteering at events to supporting your children's education at home, your involvement has significantly contributed to our students' success. Together, we've celebrated many milestones, and your collaboration has made all the difference.
To our Incredible Staff
Your hard work, passion, and commitment to excellence have been the cornerstone of our accomplishments this year. Each of you has gone above and beyond to inspire, educate and support our students. Whether through innovative teaching methods, providing emotional support, or engaging in professional development, your efforts have profoundly impacted our school community.
Looking Ahead
As we prepare for the upcoming school year, we remain committed to continuous improvement and excellence. We have exciting plans to introduce new programs, enhance our curriculum, and foster an even more inclusive and supportive environment for our students. Your feedback and suggestions are always welcome as we strive to make our school the best it can be.
What is the Summer Reading Challenge?
We are excited to announce our Summer Reading Challenge for our students! This initiative is designed to keep our students engaged in reading during the summer break, helping them to continue to develop their literacy skills and foster a lifelong love for reading. The Summer Reading Challenge. is a fun and educational program where students are encouraged to read a variety of books over the summer. Our goal is to inspire a love of reading, improve reading skills, and ensure that students return to school in the fall ready to learn. 

Each student will receive a reading log to track the books they read over the summer. Students can choose books from their grade-appropriate reading list or any books they are interested in. We encourage students to set a goal of reading a certain number of books or minutes per day/week. At the beginning of the next school year, students will have the opportunity to share their favorite books and what they learned from them with their classmates. All students who return their complete reading logs with more than three books read will be able to participate in our Literacy Parade at the beginning of the school year.
Thank you once again for your incredible support throughout the year. Wishing you a restful and enjoyable summer break. We look forward to seeing you in the new school year!
Warm regards, 
Mrs. Maria Jimenez, Principal
Bucks Hill School
last updated 6/6/24