HIP's Helpful Handbook


This is your school. It is only as good as you make it.

This booklet is to help you, as a parent, understand Hesby Involved Parents and Hesby Oaks Leadership Charter.  What we do, why we do and how we do it!!

 Need to contact someone about an event or other question you may have?  You can find all of the contact information for the HIP board members on our website.  They can answer your question or direct you to the right person. 

Your participation and support is greatly needed and appreciated.  This is our school, it is only as good as we make it!   Want to volunteer, simply email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and tell us what you might be interested in.

Click here to download this helpful PDF...  HIP's Helpful Handbook


Traffic Schedule

One of the most important parts of a school day is drop off of the children.  At Hesby, we have volunteers staff the drop off line so the children can arrive safely and those parents wishing to drive through can do so.  Without active participation of the parents of Hesby, this drop off line cannot stay open.  Please sign up when your room parent says it is your class's turn.

 Traffic schedule 1

traffic schedule 2


(click to see when your class has traffic/saftey duty)



We always need help.  Please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to see how you can get involved with one or more of our activities.



Fundraising Events

HOPE Direct Donation Drive
    •    HOPE stands for Hesby Oaks Parents Enrichment and that's what we do!  This is our largest fundraiser of the year bringing in almost half of our annual fundraising goal. A donation of $500 per child will help us reach our fundraising goal for the current school year. 

HIP Board

HIP/Hesby Involved Parents

HIP is the parent organization at Hesby Oaks. The goals of HIP are to:
    •    Enrich the curriculum
    •    Plan extracurricular events
    •    Build new grade-level and school-wide traditions
    •    Bridge the gap between what LAUSD provides and the quality educational experiences our children deserve