December 3, 2012
Administrators’ Corner PTA Pipeline
It is important that we provide regular updates to you You will be missed…
about your student’s academic progress by sending
home a report card. However, once a year we provide
you with updates on our school’s achievements
The PTA would like to congratulate Mrs. Alice
through the North Carolina School Report Card.
Schafer on her retirement and thank her for
This report card includes important information about
school and student performance, class sizes, her many years of dedicated service to Hunter
attendance, school safety, instructional resources and Elementary. There isn’t a student in the
teacher quality. Report card data is available for our
school district and for the state’s education system as a school who hasn’t seen Mrs. Schafer’s smiling
face in the front office or benefited from her
Our school’s full report card can be found on the NC kind assistance. She has always gone above
School Report Cards’ website at
http://www.ncreportcards.org. Our school district’s and beyond to help Hunter students and their
report card is also available on that website address.
School Report Cards are provided for regular schools, families. Thank you and best wishes for a
charter schools and alternative schools. happy retirement.
State and local education leaders are committed to Karey Harwood,
providing parents with more information about
Hunter PTA President
schools. Well-informed parents who participate in
their children’s education and school enhance the
learning environment for students and educators alike.
In addition, the federal No Child Left Behind Act
requires schools to issue report cards. THANK YOU, Hunter students!! You
raised $880 for victims of Hurricane
Thank you for allowing me to share this report card
with you and thank you for supporting our efforts to Sandy! This money has been sent to two
provide your child with a high-quality education. hurricane relief funds in NJ and NY.
The Book Exchange is coming… Technology
The Book Exchange is an annual event at Hunter that gives students meeting
a chance to trade books with their classmates. This year’s Book
Exchange will be January 18.
Be thinking about which books you would like to give away... Please Thursday
donate any gently used age appropriate books (no board books, December 6
please). Send them to school by January 11. Your child's teacher will
collect the books.
If you have any questions, please contact Paromita Basu at All interested
firstname.lastname@example.org parents are
2102 Annual Hunter Holiday Gift Program
Each year, the Hunter community comes together to help make the holidays brighter for our less
fortunate students. We invite you to participate in this annual holiday event. The gift program
Wish List is online at:
You can sign up to donate NOW through December 16. Please spread the word among your
community groups, faith groups, and friends. Anyone can sign up to donate items. Please note:
donated items can be dropped off at Hunter on these dates: December 13, 14, and 17.
Questions? Please contact:
Trinity Pellas, School Social Worker, 919-856-7687 or email@example.com
Aliss Mullen, School Counselor, 919-856-2953, firstname.lastname@example.org
Let your voice be heard…
The Wake County Board of Education is holding public hearings on the student assignment
proposal for 2013-14. You can sign up online or in-person to speak.
Monday, December 3 Wednesday, December 5
6:30 to 9:30 p.m. 6:30 to 9:30 p.m.
Davis Drive Middle School Rolesville Middle School
2101 Davis Drive, Cary 4700 Burlington Mills Road, Rolesville