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1 January 23, 2015 THE HOFFMAN HUM A WEEKLY NEWSLETTER MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY Market Day 3:00-4:30pm at HO HE/HO International Fair at HE 6:30-8:30pm Special Needs Parent Forum Attea 6 9 Board of Education Meeting 7:00pm 10 HE/HO - PTA Meeting at HO 7:00pm HOFFMAN SCHOOL 2000 HARRISON STREET! GLENVIEW!

2 Dear Hoffman Family, Swinging through the nearby Starbucks, or your local coffee shop equivalent, is a daily ritual for many folks. There s something about needing that jolt of caffeine that causes our cars to steer their way to the drive-thru window. At least that was the case for one Newington, Connecticut woman as she stopped for her usual cup of coffee. While out doing some last minute Christmas shopping, the Starbucks just off the Berlin Turnpike was her stop of choice. Kaitlyn placed her order and sat in line behind a host of other early morning coffee drinkers. She did her best to wait patiently on that busy morning as she inched her way toward the window. So you might imagine her surprise when she instinctively handed over her credit card only to hear these words: Your drink is free. The car ahead of you paid your bill. As it turns out, Kaitlyn found herself right in the middle of a spontaneous pay if forward chain that had begun several hours before her arrival. One after another, Starbucks patrons discovered that the person in front of them had covered the cost of their order, only to decide that they, too, would keep the good gesture going and do the same for the person next in line. Kaitlyn wasn t about to break the procession of kind deeds. Despite having to pay more than what her own coffee would ve cost, she gladly spent a few more dollars in hopes that it might brighten the next person s day as much as it had hers. And the string of goodwill continued----for four days and an incredible 1468 people! Said one customer, It s such a small gesture, but it instantly turned my mood around. And another, It s pretty cool how such a simple act can show such care for another person-----even someone you don t know. The more you think about it, most of our lives are filled with small acts, simple words, or rather unassuming moments that end up making a big difference. The smallest of things can affect our lives in the deepest of ways. Our lives as parents can be impacted hugely by the smallest gesture of kindness by our spouse or loved one. Similarly, the smallest act of kindness by a mother or father directed toward his/her child, can make an impact to last a lifetime. Small things can make a difference..a child enters this world in the form of a petite eight-pound, two ounce package, and yet is guaranteed to turn her parents world upside down. Anyone who experiences the sting of a splinter knows it doesn t take more than a near-microscopic sliver of wood to cause incredible discomfort. Small things can have a big impact. The words we choose and the actions we take are no different. A single smile or an unexpected phone call, or 5 minutes of your undivided attention----they make a bigger difference than you might imagine. The life of a parent is like yeast or salt. More often than not it may go unnoticed or unseen. But even a hint of joy or generosity instantly adds meaning and richness to another s life. Doing the work of a parent looks something like a match illuminating a dark room. You may think the light you shine is expendable, but without your touches of warmth, there s a corner of your household still looking for hope or comfort. So this month, don t do something big. Don t assume that being a parent is only reserved for grand gestures or public platforms. Instead, do something small. Or even better, do lots of small somethings with a generous heart. Parenting is lived in the midst of shared laughter, caring conversations, warm embraces, and spontaneous gifts of unconditional love. Your small acts of kindness and care actually make a very big difference in the life of a child. Sincerely, Mark Walther Principal

3 PLEASE SHARE YOUR OPINIONS THROUGH PARENT SURVEY Parents have a unique opportunity to provide feedback to their school through the Illinois 5Essentials Survey. This survey was designed to generate a detailed picture of the inner workings of your child's school. As a parent, this opportunity will allow you to share your thoughts on the important elements of school effectiveness. Please complete the survey today for each school where you have a student enrolled. The survey is only open throughmarch 13, The information gathered will be used by the schools and the District to help identify areas of strength and areas for improvement. The identity of respondents and their survey responses will be kept completely confidential. The survey is not long and should only take about 10 minutes to complete. For more information about the Illinois 5Essentials Survey, or to view 2014 Reports, please visit If you have any questions or concerns, please contact 5Essentials Client Services at COMPARTA SUS OPINIONES MEDIANTE LA ENCUESTA PARA LOS PADRES DE FAMILIA Los padres de familia tienen una oportunidad especial de expresar sus comentarios sobre la escuela con la Encuesta 5Essentials para Illinois. Esta encuesta fue diseñada para generar una imagen detallada del funcionamiento interno de la escuela de su hijo/a. Como padre de familia, esta oportunidad le permitirá compartir sus opiniones acerca de los elementos importantes de la eficacia de la escuela. Responda hoy esta encuesta respecto a cada escuela en la que tenga inscritos a sus hijos. Estará abierta solo hasta el 13 de marzo de Las escuelas y el Distrito usarán la información que se reúna para ayudarles a identificar las áreas de fortaleza y las áreas que necesitan mejorar. La identidad de los encuestados así como las respuestas a la encuesta se mantendrán en estricta confidencialidad. La encuesta no es larga y responderla solo debe tomar alrededor de 10 minutos. Cuando usted vaya a la página web, la información en las primeras páginas está en Inglés. Por favor siga estas instrucciones para que pueda ver la encuesta en Español: - Oprima Start Here debajo de Parent Survey - En el área *County, empiece a escribir co y seleccione Cook - En el área *School, empiece a escribir el nombre de la escuela y seleccione Henking Elem School - Oprima Login - Seleccione Español debajo de *Language - Oprima Submit Para obtener más información sobre la encuesta de 5Essentials de Illinois, o para ver 2014 informes, por favor visite Si usted tiene alguna pregunta o inquietud, por favor póngase en contacto con 5Essentials atención al cliente al o

4 Pinot s Palette strives to support local and national charitable causes and efforts. Painting It Forward continues out efforts to support causes such as the Red Cross, Susan G Doman, Habitat for Humanity, local charities and so much more! This February, Pinot s Palette invites the Henking/Hoffman PTA a Painting It Forward event benefitting our organization. Up to 20% of all event sales will be donated back to us, so get ready to have fun! Every guest is an artist and leaves with their own masterpiece to take home that night! Only 54 seats available, so be sure to sign up in advance. Register by: [insert date] Located in The Glen Town Center Event Date: Thursday, February 19, 2015 Arrival Time: 6:30-6:45pm Departure Time: 9:15 9:30pm Cost: $38 [do you want to up charge at all for more $?] Sign up: Featured Painting for the evening: Moonlight Through The Trees Please contact [insert best contact person] with any questions. We look forward to seeing you at this fun-raising event! Pinot s Palette The Glen 2011 Tower Drive, Glenview, IL, Pinot's Palette is the upscale "Paint. Drink. Have Fun." destination on Chicago's North Shore 'burbs where anyone can be a Picasso. No art experience required, the company offers step-by-step art parties! In two or three hours you can create a festive or whimsical painting.

5 HE/HO PTA HEART-Y PANCAKE BREAKFAST The pancake breakfast is quickly approaching! Please turn in your RSVP form by Friday, January 30. We cannot accept walk-ins. Visit the PTA website if you have misplaced your RSVP form. Also, please take an opportunity to look at our Volunteer site (links below) and sign up to work the event or donate something fabulous to our raffle. We are looking forward to this fun-filled, family event. Don t forget about the Principal a la Mode, which is new this year. Buy raffle tickets for a chance to turn your principal into a Human Sundae. There will be 6 lucky kids drawn from a raffle to participate in this fun event. If your name is not chosen, it will still be fun to watch! This is an event you don t want to miss! Volunteer Sign-Up: Raffle Sign-Up:

6 SPECIAL NEEDS PARENT FORUM THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, :30 P.M.-8:00 P.M. KEY NOTE SPEAKER at 7:15 Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Jeff Salt JOIN DISTRICT 34 S STUDENT NEEDS ADVISORY PANEL (SNAP34) FOR AN EVENING OF INFORMATION AT: ATTEA MIDDLE SCHOOL 2500 Chestnut Avenue Glenview, Illinois Supporting Community Involvement for Your Child -- Every parent wants their child to participate in positive community experiences as part of a rich and fulfilling childhood. Dr. Jeff Salt, Director of Psychological Services for Have Dreams, is a clinical psychologist with extensive experience working with parents, families and schools. Although Dr. Salt s area of expertise includes autism and related disorders, all parents of children with disabilities will benefit from his perspective and suggestions for supporting children in community activities and experiences. Meet representatives from the community in an open forum and learn about program offerings for children with special needs, including the following organizations: Youth Services of Glenview/Northbrook Glenview Public Library Association of Parents and Staff (APS)/NSSED Jump for Joy Glenview Park District Kids on the Block Northfield Park District NSSED and NSSRA NSSED Parent Mentor Special Gifts Theatre Equestrian Connections North Suburban YMCA Institute for Therapy Through the Arts Have Dreams

7 Featured Glenview Stars: Libby Hurley Laura Fine Alicia Wojcik Jackie Pilossoph Cathe Russe Beth Engelman Bill Casey Hal Schmeisser Ken Smith Eric Schloss Sam Ach Jim Shellard Featured Area Dance Studios: Ballroom Dance Center Center for Ballroom and Dance Dance and Music Academy Fred Astaire Dance Studio Life Time Fitness Glenview Park Center Sheila Tully Academy of Irish Dance Proceeds fund District 34 teacher grants provided by GEF

8 January 23, 2015 Dear Hoffman Family, On Saturday, March 21, 2015 Hoffman School will be hosting a special Dodgeball for Diabetes event! Our fifth Dodgeball for Diabetes event is an exciting service opportunity and fundraising effort for the American Diabetes Association (ADA) that teaches students the benefits of making healthy life choices, including getting daily exercise and eating nutritious foods. Diabetes is a chronic disease that impairs the body s ability to use food properly. Insulin is a hormone produced in the pancreas that is necessary for the body to convert food into energy. In people with diabetes, either the pancreas doesn t make insulin, the body cannot use the insulin properly, or both. Without insulin, glucose (sugar) the body s main energy source builds up in the blood. Nearly one child in every 400 develops diabetes. Only Hoffman School students are invited to participate in this special event to raise funds to help the ADA accomplish the mission to prevent and cure diabetes and improve the lives of all those affected by the disease. The programs and research supported by the ADA help more than 23 million people living with diabetes today. Interested students are asked to organize themselves into a team of 6 members who will play Dodgeball in a tournament format against other students of the same gender and grade level. Please read the attached registration form carefully, and turn in your team s application and registration fee of $60.00 before Friday, March 6, Proceeds will be donated to the American Diabetes Association. Checks for registration may be made out to Hoffman School. We are delighted to provide this unique opportunity for our students! If you should have any questions, please contact me at your convenience. Sincerely, Mark Walther Principal

9 IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR ALL DODGEBALL FOR DIABETES PARTICIPANTS SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 2015 PLEASE READ CAREFULLY Thank you for participating in Hoffman School s Dodgeball for Diabetes event! We are looking forward to a great day of fun for a very meaningful cause! 1. ALL teams must be checked in at the designated time WITH their ADULT leader or coach no exceptions. 2. The adult leader or coach must stay with their team at all times. 3. TENTATIVE CHECK-IN SCHEDULE A. Grade 3 Boys and Girls 7:00 am 8:00 am B. Grade 4 Boys and Girls 10:00 am 11:00 am C. Grade 5 Boys and Girls 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm 4. Players must be dressed appropriately including proper gym/tennis shoes. 5. TENTATIVE Tournament Schedule A. Grade 3 Boys and Girls 8:00 am 10:30 am B. Grade 4 Boys and Girls 11:00 am - 1:00 pm C. Grade 5 Boys and Girls 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm 6. Please review the attached rules you will be expected to follow them safely! 7. Lunch will be provided for all interested participants and spectators from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm in the Cafeteria. $2.50 Lunch includes pizza or hot dog with fruit, vegetables, and drink. Questions? Please call Mr. Walther, Mr. Hoeft, Mr. Russell, or Ms. Pagone at 847/ Thanks again for helping to make this a wonderful event!

10 Hoffman Dodgeball for Diabetes Tournament Official Rules NADA RULES The Hoffman Dodgeball for Diabetes rules are in line with the NADA (National Amateur Dodgeball Association) rules set for on their website Some changes have been made in order to accommodate different team sizes, as well as some rules have been eliminated (no substitutions or timeouts). ADULT SUPERVISION Each Team must have a minimum of 1 parent/coach that will stay with and supervise the team the entire time the players are at Hoffman School. THE TEAM & TOURNAMENT Teams will be made up of 6 players. Five(5) players will compete on a side. There will be six divisions. DIVISIONS: 3 rd Grade Boys, 3 rd Grade Girls, 4 th Grade Boys, 4 th Grade Girls, 5 th Grade Boys, 5 th Grade Girls. The round robin tournament will determine the seeding for a single elimination bracket tournament. 3 rd Grade Division 4 th Grade Division 5 th Grade Division 7:00-8:00 A.M. check-in 10:00-11:00 A.M. check-in 12:30-1:30 P.M. check-in 8:00-10:30 A.M. tournament 11:00-1:00 P.M. tournament 1:30-3:30 P.M. tournament THE FIELD The playing field is a rectangle, divided into two (2) equal sections by a center-line and attack-lines approximately 3m from, and parallel to the centerline. MEASUREMENTS: Approximately 50 x 22 Similar to a volleyball court. THE GAME The object of the game is to eliminate all opposing players by getting them "OUT". This may be done by: 1. Hitting an opposing player with a LIVE thrown ball thrown below the shoulders. 2. Catching a LIVE ball thrown by your opponent before it touches the ground. Definition: LIVE: A ball that has been thrown and has not touched anything, including the floor/ground, another ball, another player, official or other item outside of the playing field (wall, ceiling, etc) If a player is hit in the head with a LIVE ball, the player will not be eliminated. The player that threw the ball will also NOT be eliminated and no penalty will be given. BOUNDARIES During play, all players must remain within the boundary lines. Players may leave the boundaries through their end-line only to retrieve stray balls. They must also return through their end-line. If a player exits the field anywhere other than their end-line, they are eliminated. If a player dodges a ball to the side or jumps backwards off the court while dodging, they are eliminated.

11 THE OPENING RUSH Game begins by placing the dodgeballs along the center line three (3) on one side of the center hash and three (3) on the other. Players then take a position behind their end line. Following a signal by the official, teams may approach the centerline to retrieve the balls. This signal officially starts the contest. Teams may only retrieve the three (3) balls to their right of the center hash. Once a ball is retrieved it must be taken behind the attack-line before it can be legally thrown. TIMING AND WINNING A GAME The first team to legally eliminate all opposing players will be declared the winner. A 90 second time limit has been established for each contest. If neither team has been eliminated at the end of the 90 seconds, the team with the greater number of players remaining will be declared the winner. In the event that there is an even number of players on the court, a sudden death overtime period will be played. The team that eliminates an opposing player first will be declared the winner. 5-SECOND VIOLATION In order to reduce stalling, a violation will be called if a team in the lead controls all six (6) balls on their side of the court for more than 5 seconds. This also applies to tied teams. More details can be found in the NADA Rule Book Officials All decisions made by the official are final. NO EXCEPTIONS.

12 ffman Dodgeball for Diabetes egistration Division Form (Please check one) 3 rd Grade Boys 3 rd Grade Girls Saturday March 21, th Grade Boys 4 th Grade Girls 5 th Grade Boys 5 th Grade Girls eam Name: arent Coach/Supervisor: eam Registration: $60.00 for the entire team. Proceeds will benefit the American Diabetes Association Participant s Name Emergency Contact Phone # Parent/Guardian Signature Payment: Cash Check (Makes Checks Payable to Hoffman School) Payment: Cash Check (Please make checks payable to Hoffman School) Please fill out the entire form or six separate forms and place with money in an envelope. Return the envelope to one of your Hoffman Physical Education Teachers by Friday, March 6. *ALL TEAMS MUST ARRIVE WEARING THE SAME COLOR T-SHIRT*

13 23 enero 2015 Padres de Familia: El sábado, 21 de marzo 2015 la Escuela Hoffman va a tener un evento especial- Dodgeball para la Diabetes! Nuestro quinto evento de Dodgeball para la Diabetes es una oportunidad emocionante para servir y recaudar fondos para la Asociación Americana de Diabetes(ADA) que enseña a los estudiantes los beneficios de tomar decisiones saludables, incluyendo hacer ejercicio diariamente y comer alimentos nutritivos. La diabetes es una enfermedad crónica que afecta la capacidad del cuerpo para usar la comida adecuadamente. La insulina es una hormona producida en el páncreas que es necesario para el cuerpo para convertir los alimentos en energía. En las personas con diabetes, el páncreas no produce insulina o el cuerpo no puede usar la insulina adecuadamente, o ambos. Sin insulina, la glucosa (azúcar)- la fuente principal de energía- se acumula en la sangre. Casi uno en cada 400 niños desarrollan la diabetes. Sólo los estudiantes de la Escuela Hoffman están invitados a participar en este evento especial para recaudar fondos para ayudar a la ADA cumplir su misión- prevenir y curar la diabetes y mejorar las vidas de todos los afectados por la enfermedad. Los programas e investigaciones apoyadas por la ADA ayudan a más de 23 millones de personas viviendo con diabetes hoy en día. Se les pide a los estudiantes interesados de organizarse en equipos de 6 miembros que jugarán Dodgeball en un torneo contra los otros estudiantes del mismo género y grado. Por favor lea la hoja de inscripción adjunta con cuidado y devuelva la solicitud del equipo y la cuota de $60.00 antes del viernes, 6 de marzo Los ingresos serán donados a la Asociación Americana de Diabetes. Los cheques de inscripción pueden hacerse a Hoffman School. Estamos encantados de proveer esta oportunidad única para nuestros alumnos! Si tiene alguna pregunta, por favor póngase en contacto conmigo a su conveniencia. Sinceramente, Mark Walther Director

14 INFORMACIÓN IMPORTANTE PARA TODOS LOS PARTICIPANTES DE DODGEBALL POR DIABETES SÁBADO, 21 DE MARZO, 2015 POR FAVOR LEEA CUIDADOSAMENTE Gracias por participar en el evento Dodgeball de la Escuela Hoffman a favor de la Diabetes! Estamos esperando tener un día de mucha diversión a nombre de una causa muy significativa! 8. TODOS los equipos deben de registrarse en el horario designado CON sus líderes o entrenadores ADULTOS no excepciones. 9. El líder adulto o entrenador debe de permanecer con su equipo a todas horas. 10. HORARIO TENTATIVO DE REGISTRO A. Grado 3o Niños y Niñas 7:00 AM 8:00 AM B. Grado 4o Niños y Niñas 10:00 AM 11:00 AM C. Grado 5o Niños y Niñas 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM 11. Los jugadores deben de vestirse apropiadamente incluyendo zapatos para el gimnasio/zapatos tenis. 12. Horario TENTATIVO del Tornamento A. Grade 3o Niños y Niñas 8:00 AM 10:30 AM B. Grade 4o Niños y Niñas 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM C. Grade 5o Niños y Niñas 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM 13. Por favor revise las reglas adjuntas Se espera que ustedes las sigan de una manera segura! 14. El almuerzo será proporcionado para todos los participantes interesados y los espectadores de las 11:00 AM a la 1:00 PM en la Cafetería. El almuerzo tiene un costo de $2.50 e incluye pizza o hot dog con frutas, vegetales, y un jugo Preguntas? Favor de llamar a: Mr. Walther, Mr. Hoeft, Mr. Russell, or Miss Pagone al 847/ Muchas Gracias de nuevo por ayudar a llevar a cabo este maravilloso evento!

15 Reglas Oficiales del Torneo Hoffman Dodgeball para la Diabetes REGLAS NADA Las Reglas del Tornamento Dodgeball de Hoffman para la Diabetes se encuentran en Internet junto con las de la Asociación Nacional de Aficionados del Dodgeball (NADA, por sus siglas en Ingles), el sitio establecido en Internet: Algunos cambios se han hecho a fin de acomodar diferentes tamaños de equipos, así como también algunas reglas han sido eliminadas (no substituciones o descansos) SUPERVISION POR ADULTOS Cada Equipo debe tener como mínimo un padre/entrenador que permanecerá y supervisara el equipo y a los jugadores el tiempo completo en la Escuela Hoffman. EL EQUIPO Y EL TORNEO Los equipos se compondrán hasta de 6 jugadores. Cinco (5) jugadores competirán al lado. Habrá seis divisiones. DIVISIONES: Niños y Niñas de 3 er Grado, Niños y Niñas de, 4º, Niños y Niñas de 5º Grado. El Grupo del Torneo Round Robin determinara la eliminación del Grupo del Torneo Bracket pasando así al siguiente nivel. División 3 rd Grado División 4 o Grado División 5 o Grado 7:00-8:00 A.M. Registrarse 10:00-11:00 A.M. Registrarse 12:30-1:30 P.M. Registrarse 8:00-10:30 A.M. Torneo 11:00-1:00 P.M. Torneo 1:30-3:30 P.M. Torneo LA CANCHA La cancha del juego es un rectángulo dividido en dos (2) secciones iguales con una línea al centro y unas líneas de ataque paralelas a la línea que miden aproximadamente 3m paralelas a la línea del centro. MEDICIONES: Aproximadamente 50 x 22 Similar a una cancha de voleibol. EL JUEGO El objetivo del juego es el de eliminar a todos los jugadores del equipo opuesto, sacándolos, del juego, esto se hace de la siguiente manera: 1. Pegarle a un jugador opuesto con una pelota ACTIVA tirándola por debajo de los hombros. 2. Capturar la pelota ACTIVA que tiro el equipo oponente antes de que la pelota toque el piso. Definición: ACTIVA: Una pelota que ha sido lanzada y no ha tocado nada, incluyendo el piso/otra pelota, otro jugador, un oficial u otro artículo que este fuera de la cancha (pared, techo, etc.) Si a un jugador se le pega en la cabeza con una pelota ACTIVA, el jugador no será eliminado. El jugador que tiró la pelota NO será eliminado y no se le anotará penalty. LÍMITES Durante el juego, todos los jugadores deben permanecer entre las líneas limites. Los jugadores pueden salir de los limites de la cancha a través de su línea final solo para recuperar pelotas perdidas. Deben de regresar a través del final de la línea. Si un jugador sale de la cancha en cualquiera de su línea final, será eliminado. Si un jugador esquiva una pelota de un lado o brinca hacia atrás de la cancha mientras esta esquivando la pelota, también será eliminado. LA PRISA DE APERTURA El juego empieza al colocar las pelotas a lo largo de la línea del centro tres (3) en un lado del centro y tres en el otro. Los jugadores entonces toman una posición atrás de la línea. Siguiendo la señal del Oficial, los equipos se acercan a la línea del centro para obtener las pelotas. Con esta señal oficialmente se empieza el juego. Los equipos solo recuperan las tres (3) pelotas para su lado derecho del centro. Una vez que la pelota es obtenida debe de ser tomada atrás de la línea de ataque antes que pueda ser lanzada oficialmente. MEDIR EL TIEMPO Y GANAR EL JUEGO El primer equipo que legalmente elimina a todos los jugadores opuestos será declarado el ganador. Se ha establecido un tiempo limitado de 90 segundos para cada concurso. Si ninguno de los equipos ha sido eliminado al final de los 90 segundos, el equipo con la mayoría de jugadores será declarado el ganador. En caso de que hayan quedado jugadores en números pares en la cancha, jugaran un periodo de (1) minuto más. El equipo que elimine a un jugador del equipo opuesto será declarado el ganador. 5-SEGUNDA VIOLACIÓN A fin de reducir estancamiento, se producirá una violación si un equipo líder controla seis (6) pelotas de su lado de la cancha por más de 5 segundos. Esto también se aplica a equipos que hayan empatado. Pueden encontrar mas detalles en el manual de Reglas de NADA. Oficiales Todas las decisiones que el oficial tome son finales. NO EXCEPCIONES.

16 ffman Dodgeball para Diabetes Formulario/Inscripción División (Por favor marque uno) 3 er Grado Niños 3 er Grado Niñas Sábado Marzo 21, o Grado Niños 4 o Grado Niñas 5 o Grade Niños 5 o Grado Niñas ombre/equipo: adre Entrenador/Supervisor: scripción Equipo: $60.00 por todo el equipo. os beneficios se destinaran a la Asociacion Americana para la Diabetes ó 1. Nombre del Participante Número Teléfono para Emergencia Padre/Tutor Legal Firma Payment: Cash Check (Makes Checks Payable to Hoffman School) Pago: Efectivo Cheque (Favor de dirigir los cheques a la Escuela Hoffman) Favor de llenar todo el formato o seis formas separadas ponga el dinero en un sobre. Devuelve el sobre a uno de los maestros de Educación Física en Hoffman a más tardar el viernes 6 de Marzo del *TODOS LOS EQUIPOS DEBEN DE USAR UNA PLAYERA DEL MISMO COLOR*


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