PTA Pajama Story Night
It is a long-standing tradition to celebrate the love of literature with the joy of the winter holiday season. Each year, Hardy Elementary students have Pajama Day at school during the day, and then come together in the evening for Story Night.
Featured guest readers may include Hardy parents, teachers, retired teachers, or SDSU college students, who offer the crowd fun, dramatic readings of old classic and new favorites. Families share the spirit with singing songs, topped off with cookies and cocoa to end the evening.
Give what you can
Each year the Hardy Student Council holds a Food Drive that directly supports Hardy families. Student representatives create posters to advertise to classroom and to encourage donations after we return from Thanksgiving break. I
f you would like to support our families, please bring in canned goods, non-perishable dry goods like pastas, rice, beans, breakfast cereals and protein rich items like peanut butter, chili, tuna or soups. Household helpers and personal care products are also needed.
For safety, no glass jars please.
A flyer with specific items and needs is available at our Main Office to help you when putting together your donation.
That you for supporting your Hardy families and ensuring a merry and bright winter break for all.
—Laura Alluin is principal of Hardy Elementary.