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Wednesday March 22nd, six Highlands students traveled to Dothan High School to compete in the annual Special Olympics. Attached are the results of our students and a photo.
Pictured: Hannah Keyton, Samantha Cherry, Preston Bolling, Abel Castro, Hayes Brockett, and Will Haywood.
Big congratulations to our Olympians! We are SO proud of them!!! 

 

DOTHAN CITY SCHOOLS

2017 KINDERGARTEN SUMMER BRIDGE PROGRAM

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Dothan City Schools will host a FREE Summer Bridge Program

to help prepare students for entering Kindergarten.

Sessions are June 19-22nd   & June 26-29th   (8:00-12:00 Mon-Thurs.).

Students will be assigned to M. Slingluff Elem. or Selma Street Elementary.

 It is important to register…space is limited!

 

Parents interested in having their child attend this two week program should stop by their zoned elementary school to complete a Kindergarten Summer Bridge Registration Form along with a 2017-2018 School Application for Admission.

 For more information, parents can contact their zoned school, or visit our website at www.dothan.k12.al.us for school zone listings.

 

Deadline for Summer Bridge Registration is April 18, 2017

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REMINDER:  Parents enrolling student(s) in Dothan City Schools will complete a 2017-2018 School Application for Admission and provide the school with the following documents:

  • Proof of birth (birth certificate, etc.)
  • Proof of residency
  • Updated Alabama immunization slip (blue)
  • Social security number (voluntary)
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Tuesday, February 14th, a few Highlands' LinC students competed in the online "Thinking Cap Quiz Bowl" competition. This competition quizzed students on general trivia related to math, history, language arts, science, and more.
     The Highlands Elementary team answered 90% of the questions correctly, putting them in first place in the state of Alabama and 10th place in the southeast division! We are so proud of them!

Team Members:

5th Grade

  1. Alex Broadaway

  2. Tucker Bryant

  3. KayLee Cobb

  4. Ragan Easterly

  5. Wesley Farmer

  6. Meg Gray

  7. J.C. Hollinghead

  8. Paige Hooper

  9. Kingsley Lucas

  10. Brodie Medlen


4th Grade

  1. Alex Brantley

  2. Mason English

  3. James Le

  4. Jacob Nolin

  5. Kelsey Peaden

  6. Brenna Pfister

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Mrs. Jackie Kinney's kindergarten class at Highlands Elementary School completed a fun and exciting leprechaun activity to celebrate St. Patrick's Day! They studied many important facts about leprechauns, completed several leprechaun writing activities, learned the steps in catching a leprechaun and even constructed their own leprechaun traps! They are still on the hunt for a leprechaun, but hopefully they will have good luck and catch one by the end of the day!
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On Thursday, February 9th, the Highlands Archery Team (made up of 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders) competed at the archery tournament in Troy, Alabama. Highlands placed 2nd overall and had several students continue on to the state archery tournament!
     During the extra portion of the competition (known as 3D Archery Contest), in the girl's division, 3rd grader Madeline Greenwalt placed second and 5th grader Madalyn Braswell placed third. 5th grader Alex Broadaway placed third in the boy's division. Way to go Highlands Archery!!!
For more results information, see the below message from Coach Thompson:
"Highlands Elementary placed 2nd in the Troy NASP Regional Archery Tournament. Highlands set a school record with 2729 points. Harrison Hicks placed 2nd with a score of 253 and Evan Hamilton placed 3rd with a total of 248 in the boys elementary division. Laci McKnight tallied 235 points for a 3rd place finish in the girls division. 
The top 12 scorers for Highlands were: 
 1. Harrison Hicks          253
 2. Evan Hamilton           248
 3. Gunner Jacobson      244
 4. Laci McKnight           235
 5. Ryan Schmidt           229
 6. Alex Broadaway        229
 7. Maddison Williams    228
 8. Madalyn Braswell      219
 9. James Howell           218
10. Braxton Deloney       211
11. Lauren Shapiro         208
12. Madeline Greenwalt  207 "

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Congratulations to 3rd grade Highlands student Judson Bailey for winning the boys' division district Hoop Shoot competition on Saturday, February 4th! Judson will now go on to compete at the state competition in Birmingham. We wish him the best of luck!!!

We would also like to congratulate Highlands 4th grader Maddy Williams for placing second in the girls' division. Though she will not advance to state, we are still so proud of her!

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A resource page with ideas for how to celebrate nominees can be found at http://lifechangeroftheyearnominees.com/showspirit/.

To view Ms. Golson and Ms. Kinney’s LifeChanger of the Year nominee profiles, visit www.LifeChangeroftheYear.com.


Mrs. Golson and Mrs. Kinney were both nominated for the "Life-changer of the Year" award.  This award is endorsed  by National Life Insurance Company.  They will compete with other teachers across the nation for the chance to win the top award.


Highlands Elementary held their annual school spelling bee. It took over 20 rounds to get a winner but it finally came to an end when fourth grader Aidan Morrow spelled the word "moisture" correctly and won over competitor Alex Brantley.

       We are extremely proud of all of our spelling bee competitors; they all did an amazing job! We can't wait to see how Aidan does at the next competition in Wicksburg!

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Congratulations to the Highlands Elementary School "Teacher of the Year": Brittney Stewart! 

     From being grade-level chair in kindergarten, to sharing project-based units with colleagues, to raising chicks in her classroom to help her students learn, to being a wonderful friend and colleague to all... We are so proud of Miss Stewart and all she has done for Highlands Elementary. She is most certainly deserving of this prestigious title. 
     Congratulations, Miss Stewart!!!

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