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Silver Hill Horace Mann Charter School

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The Mission of Silver Hill Horace Mann Charter School is to be a thriving learning environment that educates, inspires, challenges and nurtures the minds and well-being of our diverse population of children Kindergarten through Grade 5; where all children achieve at their optimum academic level and develop positive citizenship and character. Silver Hill supports the growth of the Whole Child and the continuous improvement of the teachers in collaboration with the families of Silver Hill and the Haverhill community.

Our students wrote their own version: The mission of SHHMCS is to educate, inspire, challenge and nurture all students (US). Our thriving learning environment (classroom & school) helps us build and develop higher academic skills, positive citizenship and character traits.

  • There is still time to donate to SHHMCS Foundation’s Annual Campaign and if you do so before March 1, Home Care Specialists, Inc., a local business, has generously offered to fully match all donations to our Annual Giving campaign up to $5,000–double the value of your gift to our school just by donating once! Please remember to also check with your employer offers to match your charitable contributions.

    Campaign one page 2016

  • SHHMCS Foundation Beer Tasting Save the Date  2017

  • MCAS Testing Dates

    Grade 3
    April 6 – ELA Session 1
    April 11 – ELA Session 2
    April 26 – ELA Session 3
    May 10 – Math Session 1
    May 12 – Math Session 2
    Grade 4
    April 7 – ELA Session 1
    April 12 – ELA Session 2
    April 27 – ELA Session 3
    May 9 – Math Session 1
    May 11 – Math Session 2
    Grade 5
    April 7 – ELA Session 1
    April 12 – ELA Session 2
    April 27 – ELA Session 3
    May 9 – Math Session 1
    May 11 – Math Session 2
    May 16 – Science Session 1
    May 18 – Science Session2
  • January 2017 Open House

    SHHMCS January 2017 Open House 2017 update

    SHHMCS Open House Jan 2017-Spanish

  • We hope you received our 2016 Annual Giving campaign brochure! Please note that all funds raised by the SHHMCS Foundation, Inc. helps financially support our school’s yearly operating expenses* (*expenses such as an annual audit, state mandated data entry etc. and not included in our annual budget funds from HPS) which usually total $25,000; in addition to raising funds for technology, professional development, etc. It’s quite a challenge to meet these financial needs, but the SHHMCS Foundation is working hard to make sure that our school can continue to meet its mission and provide an exceptional education for our children!

    Until March 1, Home Care Specialists, Inc., a local business, has generously offered to fully match all donations to our Annual Giving campaign up to $5,000–double the value of your gift to our school just by donating once! Does your employer offer to match your charitable contributions-submit your forms! The SHHMCS Foundation is a non-profit, 501c3 organization, so your donations are tax-deductible to the extent of the law.

    If you’d like to be involved with our endeavors, reach out! shhmcsfoundation@gmail.com

    Happy Holidays!

    Silver Hill Horace Mann Charter School Foundation

  • Book fair dates:  
    Wednesday, December 7th through Wednesday, December 14th. Students will shop during their regular library period starting on the 7th through the 13th. The fair will be open on the 14th for last minute shopping and during conferences from 5:00PM-6:45PM. Fliers will be going home this week.
    Online shopping is available at the following:
  • Our Grade 2 ‘Good Food’ Garden Project

    Thanks to Marlene Stasinos and members of the Bradford Grange, we now have four raised beds, so each grade 2 classroom will have their own garden. Lots of help went into this project based learning activity, with special thanks to Marlene, Nikki Mulloy, and Devan Ferreira for coordinating this project and helping with everything from building the beds to weeding! A big thank you also goes out to Neal, Ollie, Lucas, and Genevieve Ferreira and Brady Mulloy who have been digging, planting, and watering; Becca Marley for helping plant the seedlings with our grade 2 classes; Chris Stasinos from Chris’s farm stand for helping build the raised beds and along with Knapp’s Greenhouse donated the transplants; Kimball Farms for providing the compost; and especially Marlene and all the wonderful members of the Bradford Grange who chose Silver Hill to help educate the children on growing healthy food, helped build the beds, and provided manual labor and the soil and seedlings to bring our Plant unit to life!

    Over the summer the vegetables were picked and donated to the Sacred Heart Food Pantry. Thank you to the Eldredge family for taking care of the vegetables all summer!

    Grade 2 Seeds

    Digging Building the beds garden veggie4

  • 2017 Ski Club

    **If you missed sign-ups for Ski Club please contact CJ Judson at cjudson@northmechanical.net or at (781) 363-6103**

    The club is available to 3 rd thru 5th graders. It is a 6 week program that starts on Tuesday January 3 rd at Bradford ski area. The buses pick up at 2:30 at Silver Hill and Consentino before proceeding to the Ski Bradford base lodge. Silverhill requires parents to sign an early release form.

    To keep the cost down the bus is one way only all club members must be picked up at 6pm at Ski Bradford base lodge.

    Club options include:
    Lift ticket only $175.00
    Lift ticket with one hour ski or board lesson $245.00
    Club rental options (rental prices would be in addition to lift prices)
    Skis, boots, and poles $110.00 includes all 6 sessions
    Snowboard, boots $110.00 includes all 6 sessions
    Helmet $30.00 (Club members MUST have a helmet personal or rental)
    There are also several local ski shops that offer season lease packages that are usually $100 for the whole season which would allow your skier or rider to use the equipment when ever and where ever they want to ski or ride.

  • SHHMCS Facts

    With the upcoming November 8 election and Question #2, as well as our upcoming charter renewal in 2018, it is very important to share this information to educate Haverhill residents and educators who may have a misconception of what a Horace Mann Charter school represents to the City of Haverhill.

    SHHMCS Fact Sheet

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