September 07 - Labor Day - No School
September 11 - Red, White, and Blue Virtual Dress Down
September 14 - iReady Diagnostic Window Opens
September 21 - Start with Hello! Week begins
September 25 - Progress Reports Released
September 28 - Teacher Planning Day - No School for Students
**Every Tuesday and Thursday you may come to pick up Breakfast and Lunch between 4-6PM**
During these new times, the school system is heavily relying on technology to connect each student with every teacher. As a school district, we are ensuring that every student is connected to the classroom digitally. If your HGE student needs a mobile device laptop, please call the main office at 305-827-8830 from 9:00 A.M. - 1:00 P.M. to set up an appointment to receive one.
Welcome Back to School, Dolphins!
We are so excited to have you all virtually on campus with us! Remember, we are here to help you! You can contact Ms. Nanney and Ms. Alfaro, our counselors, in the Students page. You can also contact your teachers through the staff page. If you have any questions, please call our main office and we will gladly assist you!
School Supply List
As the 2020-2021 school year approaches, you can get a head start and begin getting your school supplies together! You can access the list here: Hialeah Gardens Elementary's 20-21 Supply List. This may be a great year to invest on some good headphones or earphones!
Core Value of the Month
Respect Challenge - What does it mean to you?
MDCPS will be hosting a "Respect" Challenge where students will be asked "What does Respect mean to you?"
To enter this challenge, download this book and complete the directions on each page. Then submit it to your teacher. Your teacher will need to follow briefing # 28755 to officially enter you into the contest!
Start Smart, Return Safe
Miami-Dade County Public Schools (M-DCPS) announced today that in light of the viral surge in the community due to COVID-19, the 2020-2021 school year will begin on Monday, August 31, with students utilizing the District’s new and comprehensive My School Online (MSO) distance learning model. The District’s decision to open with MSO for all students is the result of several weeks of careful consideration based upon the counsel of the M-DCPS reopening workgroup comprised mostly of medical experts, meetings with county officials and continued science-focused analysis of the latest public health data, which is continually evolving. Additionally, the Florida Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics today issued recommendations regarding the reopening of schools which support the District’s decision to delay the start of physical schooling.
“Miami-Dade County Public Schools is proud to offer our families much-needed structure and stability as we adjust to a new reality. The decision to commence the academic year on the My School Online distance learning platform is representative of our commitment to safeguarding the health and wellbeing of our students and workforce, while providing a quality education to all,” said Superintendent Alberto Carvalho.
Links to the Guidelines
Our students live in a hyper-connected world, spending large amounts of time communicating with family and friends through social media and doing schoolwork/homework in an online environment. Whether at home or school, our students need to know how to be safe, how to use technology appropriately and how to act responsibly when using the Internet or social media. They need to be digital citizens. We need to ensure that our students are able to navigate the digital world in a safe and ethical manner.