When: Thursday, May 30, 5-8pm
Join us to socialize with school pals before summer kicks in. Coach T (former PE instructor and longtime Hillcrest friend) will lead games on site. This a free, all-family gathering, and it’s a potluck — plus, we have a taco cart that provides delicious Mexican food (for the first 500 people). Questions? Email Kira Gould.
Saturday April 27, 2019
9AM to 3PM
Kids have the power to change the world! What issues do you care about and how can you be MIGHTY to effect positive change in the world? The Hillcrest 2019 Walkathon is coming up & we are getting ready to show our MIGHTINESS by walking, volunteering & pledging to raise funds for important programs at our school! It’s our school’s last large fundraiser of the year & our annual Spring carnival!
Registration is now open so please begin talking with your kids about how many laps they will walk & who they should ask to sponsor them. It’s their laps and hard work that will allow them to do things they love at Hillcrest like Art, Music, Information Technology, Library, Spanish and so much more.
Register your children for the Walkathon by visiting the Walkathon website.
The class with the most early registrations will win a fun Party! REGISTRATION GETS YOU A FREE T-SHIRT TOO! Parents MUST complete a permission slip & register children to walk in the Walkathon. The class with the most registration by April 8th wins a fun Party (party theme is tbd).
The Annual Walkathon T-Shirt…
Tuesday, April 9th, 7 – 8:30pm
Hillcrest Multipurpose Room
This is your chance for inside scoop on what the high schools are really like!
Join us to hear from Hillcrest alumni (and parents) about the choices they made for high school. Students will share about campus life, academics, and more. School administrators will also be on hand to talk about their schools and answer questions.
We’ve invited students and school reps from Oakland School for the Arts, Oakland Tech, Skyline, Bentley, Bishop O’Dowd, College Preparatory School, Head Royce, Holy Names High School, and St. Mary’s.
This event is especially suited for 7th grade students and families who will be making high school decisions in the coming months, but we encourage any interested students and families to join.
Questions? Contact Kira Gould.