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Knights of Columbus
Free Throw Championship
Boys and Girls ages 9-14
For entry form and registration information:
Contact Joseph Young @ 586-2899
Competition is January 21st from 1:00-2: 30 PM
At Hazen Union Gym
Brownson Council #1568

Hardwick Elementary would like to Congratulate 
Gracie Ann Lawrence 
as the winner of the Middle School Category 
of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Poster/Essay Contest!
The contest was put on by The Vermont Bar Association.
 Gracie Ann, Mrs. LeCours, Mrs. Forbes, and members of Gracie Ann’s family will be attending an awards ceremony with Governor Scott at the Vermont Statehouse on Wednesday, January 17, 2018
Congratulations Gracie!

Hardwick Elementary School Faculty, Staff and Students would like to send our deepest sympathy and condolences to the friends and family of Kevin Robinson (K-Rob) as he unexpectedly passed away on Saturday, December 9th. K-Rob's BMX performance and power point on bullying had a great impact on HES in November when he came to do a performance

Hardwick Elementary School would like to say a huge Thank You! to Women's Auxiliary Post #7 for their donation to our lunch program. Their donation will benefit many of our HES Families.  

Scroll to the bottom for upcoming events & announcements!

Mitten Tree!

Mrs. Bader's 4th grade class clapped as the 2017 Mitten Tree filled with light!
Hardwick Elementary School would like to send a big Thank You to Carol and Art Brochu from Brochu's Tree Farm in Hardwick who generously donated the tree, tree topper and tree-skirt along with some hats, mittens and scarves to add to our mitten tree! 

Basketball Practice schedule has been posted in the sports section!
Connecting with community partners and modeling collaboration is an important part of being an artist and teacher.  So when Juedevine Youth Librarian, Diane Grenkow forwarded me a link about a project that Community Allies member Rhonda Barr was involved in called "Hardwick Rocks!", I brought the idea to 5th Grade Teacher Lisa Forbes and her students who wanted to be involved too. 

Fifth Graders are creating their own "Kindness Rocks" and placing them around the school and community.  Their goal is to spread kind words and bring joy to others through their art making.  If you happen to see a "Kindness Rock" we hope the message will make you smile, have a good feeling inside, and think about how you can be kind to others too.  Collaboration Rocks!

Mrs.Trautman's Class having fun!

Recent Announcements

  • Here's what's happening in the Bobcat's Den! 
  • We're on Facebook! Hardwick Elementary School is now on Facebook! Find our page at www.facebook.com/hardwickelementaryschool We will keep updates and announcements on our website but we are now expanding to ...
    Posted by MaryKate Crum
  • Luminary Lantern Parade Luminary Lantern ParadeTwas the night before River of Light, and all thru the art room  Not a lantern was glowing, not even the moon.The luminaries were hanging from ...
    Posted Dec 15, 2017, 9:59 AM by Christine Gifford
  • Community Gathering We will be holding a Community Gathering on the morning of December 22nd. We will be having a presentation of the Bobcat of the Month and the student's will ...
    Posted Dec 15, 2017, 9:45 AM by Christine Gifford
  • Mitten Tree! We would like to send a huge thank you to Brochu's Tree Farm in Hardwick for donating this tree to our school so we could have a successful mitten ...
    Posted Dec 27, 2017, 8:53 AM by MaryKate Crum
  • River Of Light Parade River Of Light Information!**Children may not be dropped off at the concert/event- An adult must accompany all children**Arrival At The Event: Arrive at the gym- All students ...
    Posted Dec 12, 2017, 11:18 AM by MaryKate Crum
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