For ALL NEW incoming students starts Tuesday, Jan. 21 2020 – Jan. 31 2020 between the hours of 9:00 and 11:30 a.m. or 1:00 and 3:00 p.m. Enrollment is on a first come first serve basis. Registration is a two step process; step one is done online – link to “info snap” – the online registration site, will be available January 21st on wccusd.net. Step two is an in person visit to the school office with all the verifying documents (after the 21st please call for an appointment). If you come on the morning of the 21st without filling out the online registration we will take all your verifying documents and you can complete the enrollment process by submitting your online registration later that day. If you’re unable to stay, you can make an appointment to return at a later date.
Upper Grade Registration: Starting this year registration for upper grades will take place at the same time as Kindergarten registration.
- Upcoming Events
Due Now –
-The district is requiring all families to have a Powerschool account, so every year you can update your information and more importantly sign all required annual forms. The district is no longer printing the handbooks, it is all online and accessible through your powerschool portal. Please take the time to complete and submit the annual school forms.
-We need every family in the district to complete the Multipurpose Family Income form, even if you don’t qualify for free or reduced lunch . Please take a moment to fill out the form online or request a paper copy from the office. Thank you.
Thursday, Jan. 16 – AAPAC meeting
Friday, Jan. 17 – Coffee with the Principal – 8:30/Library
Monday, Jan. 20 – MLK Jr. Holiday – No School
Tuesday, Jan. 21 – First day of registration for all new incoming students / KEF Board meeting
Thursday, Jan. 30 – 100th day of school
- About the KEF
What is the Kensington Education Foundation?
The Kensington Education Foundation (KEF) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, established in 1983, with a mission of delivering academic enrichment programs to Hilltop students. The organization supports educational programs that supplement and extend the academic offerings funded by our school district. The KEF also provides financial resources to help Hilltop School mitigate the impact of changes to academic funding at the state and district level.
- Parent Ed. Night- Limitless Mind: Learn, Lead and Live Without Barriers
PTA Presents Jo Boaler on January 9 at 7 PM. Doors open at 6:30 at the El Cerrito High School Theatre. Opening remarks by Superintendent Matt Duffy. Jo Boaler’s books will be for sale at 6:30, prior to her presentation.
- Welcome Back to School!
The Dads’ Club would like to welcome everyone back, and invite you to the following upcoming events:
September 26th – Dads’ Club Social Night
Please join the Dads’ Club for a social gathering and a beer! We will hang out, talk, and discuss some of the upcoming school events and how the Dads’ Club will take part. The gathering will be at the Kensington Circus Pub on 389 Colusa Ave. at 8:30pm.
October 24th – Dads’ Club General Meeting
Please join the Dads’ Club for General Meeting where we will discuss the Garden Party, and participation in other upcoming events. Meeting will be held in the MPR at 7pm.
October 25th – PTA & Dads’ Club Family Movie Night
Put on your PJs, bring a sleeping bag, and head to the MPR to watch a family-friendly movie with everyone. Popcorn, pizza, and drinks will be sold by the PTA.
November 1st & 2nd- Volunteer for the Garden Party
Parents needed to help set up the Garden Party prior to the event, and break it down after the event.
November 21st – Dads’ Club Social Night & Garden Party Thank You
In order to thank everyone who helped set up/break down the Garden Party, the Dads’ Club invites you to enjoy a night out to enjoy and mingle with fellow parents. Time and Location TBD.
- About Site Council
The School Site Council (SSC) is composed of the school principal and 8-10 parents, teachers and other staff selected by their peers, representing all segments of the school community for the common goal of supporting student success. The SSC does this by developing and monitoring the implementation of the school’s plan known as the Single Plan for Student Achievement. The SSC also determines how certain funds received by the school for this purpose should be spent.
The SSC members are the principal; teacher representatives; other staff representatives; parents/other community representatives, and student representatives at the secondary level with each group selected by their peers.