Report Cards: Report cards are issued at the end of each quarter and carried home by students. The fourth quarter card is mailed after school is out. If you would like to keep track of your student's progress, please check on Teleparent. The website will give you a general idea of your student's progress.
Parent-Teacher Conferences: Parents are welcome to call or email the school at any time throughout the school year to make appointments to speak or meet with teachers as all teachers ahve a daily conference period.
Library: Books are available for students and can be checked out for the Hull Library. The function of the Library is to provide library service, a study area, compter laboratory and teacher-directed materials to enhance student learning.
School Meals: The school Cafeteria is open daily for breakfast, snack and lunch. Forms for students qualifying for free or reduced price lunches are mailed to parents in their child's Pre-Registration packet or are available upon request in the school office. Unacceptable behavior in the cafeteria or the outdoor lunch area may result in the loss of privileges of using the facility. The school does not lend lunch money to students.
Parent-Teacher-Student Association (PTSA): PTSA members contribute thousands of hours assisting the school, the students and the school community. PTSA raises thousands of dollars each year in support of student activities and the purchase of equipment and materials for the school. Parents can support the PTSA by becoming members during the annual membership drive in October. Volunteering makes ll these acitivities work!
School-Site Council: J.H.Hull School Site Council (SSC) is charged with the responsibility of overseeing the Single Plan for Student Achievement, including the budget. Members are made up of teachers, parents, students and one administrator. These are elected positions and members serve for two years. The SSC meets at least four times annually from 3:30 - 4:45 p.m.
School-to-Home Communication: Information about school activities, schedules and events is comunicated to parents in a variety of ways: 1) Daily communication via your student's ow Planner; 2) Friday Communication; 3) Teleparent; and 4) School Website
Student Recognition Programs:
Principal's Honor Roll - Students obtaining a 4.0 grade point average based on their combined achievement and all E's and S's in citizenship.
Honor Roll - Students obtaining a 3.5 grade point average based on their combined achievement and all E's and S's in citizenship.
Citizenship Honor Roll - All citizenship grades must be "E's" with exception of one "S".
Student of the Month - Students are selected by their teachers each month for recognition at our Monthly Assembly. They are selected on the basis of achievement, effort and/or citizenship in class.