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Our school will be hosting a Parent Workshop Night on November 14, 2017.  Join us at 5:30 in the gym to kick off the night. We will offer 7 workshops that will last about 15 minutes each. Parents will choose 2 workshops to attend. While parents are gaining useful information and asking questions, kids will remain in the gym for a Glow Dance (glow items will be available for purchase the night of the event ($1) or you may bring your own). Join in the fun of the Glow Dance at the conclusion of the workshops before heading home with your kids. Read through the information about each workshop and sign up for two. We can't wait to see you

Fall Festival

Thursday, October 12th, Highlands held their annual Fall Festival hosted by Covenant United Methodist Church. Families came to enjoy the free food, games, inflatables, rides, and petting zoo.

     Highlands is so honored to host this event each year and bring everyone together for an evening full of fun and laughter.

Mrs. Dean's St. Jude's Run

We are very happy to report that Highlands' Media Specialist/Librarian Emily Dean had huge success during her "Change for Children" campaign to raise money for her St. Jude's Memphis to Mobile marathon relay run!

     This past week, Highlands SGA members collected change each morning from students, parents, and faculty members. This change was collected in buckets as a way for students to "vote" for who they wanted to see in our dunking booth at the Highlands' annual Fall Festival; Coach Thompson was the winner!

      At Fall Festival, students were able to pay $1.00 for two chances to dunk Coach Greg Thompson, teachers Mrs. Britton Terrell, Mrs. Hanna Golson, and Miss Shupp, and Highlands' very own principal, Mrs. Vicki Davis.

     All the money raised at this event also went towards Mrs. Dean's St. Jude's run. 

The total amount raised for the week was $530.00!

In total (through online donations and the "Change for Children" campaign), 
Mrs. Dean has raised well over her original goal of $1,600.00!!!

We are so proud and excited that Highlands takes an active role in helping others.
2017-18 Highlands Elementary School Supply Lists



Kindness Box


      After Hurricane Harvey made its way through south Texas, many schools and homes were left devastated by the damage and without the supplies they dearly needed for the new school year.
       Highlands Elementary saw the need and decided to adopt one of these schools! Supplies were collected and then donated to Tinsley Elementary School in Houston, Texas. Staff, students, parents, and community members donated to this "Kindness Box" and Motobilt paid for the shipping.

       What an amazing way to help out fellow students and educators!



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Upcoming Events

  • November 8th - Progress Reports
  • November 10th - Veteran's Day Holiday
  • November 14th - Parent Workshop Night - 5:30
  • November 20th - 24th - Thanksgiving Holidays
2017-2018 Continuous Improvement Plan - click the links below to view

Parent and Family Engagement Plan 2017 (1).doc.docx

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