PTA is a way to engage families and communities in encouraging educational success and supporting special programs and activities. Volunteering at Hayhurst School is a way for parents, guardians, grandparents, friends and community members to show the children how much they value education. There are many different ways to get involved and you can choose a commitment that best suits your family and your
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There are many ways to get involved including evening events, take-home projects, classroom activities and field trips.


By giving to the PTA you are making a difference in the lives of all Hayhurst kids and helping to build a strong community around our school.

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Hayhurst Unity Garden

The Hayhurst Unity Garden is a school and community project that creates learning opportunities beyond the straight academics.

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Weekend Food Bags

Our Weekend Food Bags program support 42 community families in need. Join when you can on Fridays at 8 a.m. in the cafeteria for about 30 minutes. No need to sign up. Click to learn more and for more ways to support this effort.

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STEM at Hayhurst

STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. Read about advancing STEM education at Hayhurst.

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Recycle to Support Hayhurst.

It’s easy and we accept many products, including: Vitamin or supplement packaging, Burt’s Bees products, febreeze or other air freshener products, Brita brand products, Dental products, and Foil lined energy bars

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Hayhurst Chess Club

The Chess Club is open and free to Hayhurst kids in 1st-5th grades. Read about everything chess at Hayhurst.

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Hayhurst Food Drive to Benefit Neighborhood House is ON!

Bring non-perishable foods from March 12-23. high protein foods (nut butters, canned fish) as well as canned fruits/vegetables are great options! >> In the morning, place cans in the box for your grade level. Boxes will be on the stage in the cafeteria. >> K-1-2 and...

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Procedures for Parent Volunteers at Recess

We are excited to have so many parents willing to share their time and energy during lunch recess. In order to best support our teachers and students and to create a volunteer opportunity that best utilizes volunteer time, please follow the following procedures when...

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Hayhurst Library Announcements: Mo Willems books & OBOB News

Do you have any Mo Willems books in good condition that you don’t want any more? Hayhurst kids LOVE Mo Willems books (Elephant & Piggie, Don’t Let the Pigeon…do anything really, Knuffle Bunny)!  In fact, they love them SO MUCH that our library collection is looking...

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Hayhurst Wins Regional Team and Individual Championship!

Hayhurst defeated Winterhaven, Ainsworth, Abernathy, and Tucker Maxon to win the Chess for Success Region 1 Team Championship on February 17. Aiden Alanis won an individual first place trophy for being the top fifth grader in the Region, powering the team with a...

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OBOB Battles Have Begun!

Nine teams (more than 35 kids!) in grades 3, 4 and 5 tested their knowledge of 16 books as part of the statewide Oregon Battle of the Books.  Congratulations to all the kids who participated!  They got to read a lot of great books, work as a team and have fun.  All...

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