Together we can!
Spring Concert - Monday, May 1st at 6:30 in the Dallas Street gym. Students need to arrive at 6:15. Please no dress shoes on the gym floor, tennis shoes only.
Mother's Day Breakfast to be held at Highland Elementary cafeteria May 12th at 8:00.
Kinder Roundup will be held May 16-18th at Highland Elementary 7:30 - 4:00.
No School May 19th.
Highland Awards will be held Wednesday, May 24th: Pre-K 9:00; Kinder 9:45; 1st grade 1:00; 2nd grade 1:45.
Field Day will be held at Highland Elementary May 25th 10:00-11:30. A picnic lunch will be held at 11:30. School dismisses at 12:15 for the school year.
The Highland School day begins at 7:30 with a free breakfast for all. The first bell rings at 7:55. School is dismissed for ALL learners at 3:25. Learners need to be at school the entire school day. At Highland Elementary, every moment of every day counts. We need them for instruction all day every day, click the link below for Highland's 2016-2017 Bell Schedule.
Parent Newsletter: http://www.esc16.net/page/title1swi.3_newsletter
Federal Report Cards for Highland Elementary, as well as Tulia ISD and the state are available at https://rptsvr1.tea.texas.gov/perfreport/frc/2015/srch.html.
“Working together with a common goal of teaching students to become learners.”
Students in pre-kindergarten through 2nd grade attend Highland Elementary. It is our goal to work with students, teachers and parents to create an excitement for learning for a lifetime.
Students receive educational opportunities through classroom, small group and specialized instruction. All students have access to computer time daily. Participation in long distance programming allows students the opportunity to experience other cultures and programs that they might not otherwise have opportunity to experience.
Each student participates in daily enrichment through Physical Education and Fine Arts classes. A free breakfast is available for every student.
The core curriculum is TEKS driven through the use of the TEKS Resource System while using supporting materials form McMillan/ McGraw/ Hill reading series, GO Math, STEM Scopes Science and Harcourt Brace Social Studies. In addition, students are offered opportunities to accelerate their learning through tutorials and the use of computer programs. Technology enhances student learning through I-Station Learning, Renaissance Place, and various apps on our Ipads.
All visitors must sign in at the front office to receive a pass before entering the building. Opportunities for volunteers include reading with students, listening to students read, helping teachers with special projects, work on classroom decorations or lesson aids and copying or helping with paperwork.
Special programs are scheduled throughout the year. Be sure to check the district's events calendar.