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 Kindergarten "Round Up" Orientation!  May 19, 12 - 1pm This event is for Kindergarten families only. Ever wonder all that you need to do to get ready for Kindergarten? We have prepared a VERY special event to explain the logistics of starting this adventure with success. Students will have an opportunity to spend some time in the kindergarten classrooms with their future classmates and participate in a few of our visual and performing arts specials! We look forward to seeing you! Please RSVP using this link.

If you are unable to attend these events, we will be in touch with you about future events as we approach the 2016-17 school year!! Again, we celebrate your acceptance and look forward to partnering with you! 

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  We empower our Hunter community by developing the gifts and talents of each member through a nurturing culture that promotes and celebrates diversity, provides a rigorous learning environment, and inspires passionate learners.
 The vision of Hunter GT/AIG Basics Magnet Elementary School is to improve academic achievement in all students through clear objectives, high expectations, a wide variety of instructional strategies, and a sense of physical and emotional security. Student success as independent and responsible learners is contingent upon the collaborative efforts of staff, parents, and community volunteers.

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