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Hayshire Students Learn About Lifecycle of Chickens
Nicole Montgomery

This month, students at Hayshire Elementary have been learning about the lifecycle of chickens by incubating eggs of their own. During this lesson, students learned hands-on about the life cycle, embryology, and even how to care for baby chicks. We are happy to report that Mrs. Rankin's class had 15 chicks hatch and following the completion of the lesson the chicks will be transported to their forever home on a local farm. 

Students Participate in Reading March Madness Tournament
Nicole Montgomery

In the spirit of March Madness, our readers at Hayshire Elementary will be voting on their favorite book on the bracket. Each week the students will cast their vote until a Grand Champ book is selected for the hallway. 


Special thanks to Central York High School senior, Skylar Mumford who created this bulletin board during her internship at Hayshire Elementary.

Hayshire Elementary Celebrates Autism Awareness Month
Nicole Montgomery

April is Autism Awareness Month.  Students at Hayshire Elementary will spend time this month learning about autism through various activities. 


Today, students and staff wore blue to celebrate and show support to the autism community and our CYSD learners to kick off the month.

Little Free Library Now Open at Hayshire Elementary
Nicole Montgomery

Hayshire Elementary students and community members in the area can now visit the Little Free Library recently installed outside Hayshire Elementary. Girl Scout Troop 20401 created this for their Take Action Project.

Students from Sinking Springs and North Hills Elementary identified a problem, developed a sustainable solution and team plan, and finally put that into action.

Now, the community will have access to reading materials even when school is not in session. 

Hayshire Elementary Students Continue C.A.R.E.S. Program
Nicole Montgomery

Students at Hayshire Elementary have been learning about cooperation, assertion, responsibility, empathy, and self-control through the C.A.R.E.S. initiative throughout the past five weeks. 

C: Cooperation
A: Assertion
R: Responsibility
E: Empathy
S: Self-Control


Each classroom received a bear to assist these students with learning and practicing these social skills to succeed socially and academically. 


The smiling faces show our students enjoyed activities from learning how to work positively together, be a problem-solver, do the right thing (even when no one is watching), take care of others, and take care of themselves.