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Wanda Hirsch Elementary School
1280 Dove Dr., Tracy, CA 95376
209.830.3312 - Main Office
209.830.3313 - FAX

A California Distinguished School 

 2000, 2004 and 2010



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 Announcements and Events
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Morning Arrival Procedures 

The gates open at 7:50 a.m. each morning. Breakfast also begins at that time. Supervision begins at 8:00 a.m. Students are not allowed to be on the playground before this time. Your child’s SAFETY is our priority! Thank you!

Meal Prices
NEW LUNCH PRICE is $2.50.  Money deposited in a student account can be used for breakfast or lunch.
Breakfast is still $1.25 and meals are served From 7:45 - 8:10 a.m.
Lose your stuff?
The Hirsch Elementary lost and found is located in the cafeteria. Small lost items are also kept in the main office.


1st - HPTO Movie: Polar Express
4th - Early Release Monday 
7th - HPTO Vendor Night: Santa's Shop
11th- Early Release Monday 
14th- Holiday Show, Kindergarten, 6:00-6:30
15th- Spirit Day: Wear your PJs
12/18-1/1  Winter Break
1/2 - Normal School Day
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 JANUARY 15, 2018
Transfer Requests for 2018-19 School year
School Lunch Application



Principal’s Message

Dear Hirsch Families,
This month, our character pillar is Responsibility. Responsible students do what they're supposed to do.  They think ahead, set reasonable goals, control their tempers and always do their best. They are diligent and persevere. Responsible students think before they act and use self-control. They are accountable for their actions and set a good example for others.
We are also focusing on empathy. In our morning announcements we’ll be reminding students to have empathy, identify their own and others’ feelings, notice and respect same and different feelings, and show compassion. Compassion involves saying kind words or doing something helpful to show you care how another person feels. When students can identify, understand, and respond in a caring way to how someone else is feeling, it helps create a positive and accepting school climate.
Second Step lessons specifically teach about empathy. You’ll be receiving Home Links describing why empathy is important and including fun activities to do with your child to help him or her identify feelings and practice showing empathy and compassion. We hope you find them helpful.
Please tell your child’s teacher if you have any questions about how you can help your child learn to identify feelings and show empathy and compassion at home.
I sincerely hope, with the holidays and breaks ahead, that you are able to relax and find time to spend with family and loved ones.
As always, thank you for your support!
Cindy Sasser