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Highland Hills Elementary, Where Students Come First!
Ms. Alderete-Torres' PreK enjoyed stories Pete the Cat stories!
Students enjoying Ms. Anastasia's Not-So-Spooky stories.
Storybooks pumpkins line the shelves in the library.
Students in all grade levels decorated a pumpkin to resemble a storybook character.
Students dress in storybook characters for the Storybook Character Day Parade.
Where's Waldo? Where's Admin and Support?
Dia de los Muertos alters.
Dia de los muertos alters.
Dual/Bilingual teachers welcome Cleto Rodriguez to the Hispanic Heritage program.
Which one is Cleto? TV personality Cleto Rodriguez visited Highland Hills Elementary during a Hispanic Heritage presentation.
Students presented and dress in character to represent a famous Hispanic during the Hispanic Heritage Program.
The Highland Hills Choir performs for the Hispanic Heritage Month program.
The Highland Hills Choir performed at the Veteran's Day Memorial, led by Mrs. Young.
Fall Festival games and prize walk.
Highland Hills Families enjoying the PTA Fall Festival.
Fall Festival train ride.
Students past and present partaking in Fall Festival activities.
Congratulations to Highland Hills Elementary on winning the most family participation at SAISD Experience.
Highland Hills Choir sing at SAISD Experience!
Highland Hills Ballet Folklorico wow the crowds with their dances.
More Ballet Folklorico dances at SAISD Experience.
Ballet Folklorico dancing at SAISD Experience.
Highland Hills Ballet Folklorico dancing away!
SAISD Experience, fun for all!!!
Selfie time with Mrs. Esparza!
Families listening to the Polar Express in Spanish at Reading Winter Wonderland.
Door prizes at Reading Winter Wonderland.
The Ballet Folklorico performed for families at Reading Winter Wonderland.
Holiday stories read throughout the school during Reading Winter Wonderland.
More Holiday stories read to families at Reading Winter Wonderland Night.
Santa sent his helper to read his favorite story, "T'was The Night Before Christmas."
Congratulations to all HHE Chess Club members who participated in the MLK Chess Tournament.
HHE Chess Club celebrates winning the 2nd place team trophy and the MLK Chess Tournament.
Fourth grade students dress in their Sundays best to attend the Symphony.
Highland Hills students celebrate 100 days of learning on the 100th day of school.
Highland Hills students display 100's day projects.
Highland Hills won 1st Place Sweepstakes at the UIL competition! Congratulations to all the students and staff!!!
Congratulations to the Highland Hills Elementary 4th and 5th Grade Honors Choir on their performance at the Choir Festival.
Ms. Anastasia read wacky Dr. Seuss stories to students in honor of Read Across America.
Thing 6 and Thing 7 visited Highland Hills for Read Across America Day.
The Cat in the Hat paid a surprise visit to the students at Highland Hills Elementary.
Mr. Soliz' studens dressed up as the Things from the story The Cat in the Hat.
Mrs. Solis' students dressed as Things from the story The Cat in the Hat.
Students read for the Cat in the Hat visit.
Congratulations to Mr. Garcia for being nominated Teacher of the Year for Highland Hills Elementary.
Students at Highland Hills Elementary participated in the Bike Rodeo.
Coaches say, "Thank you," to all of the Bike Rodeo helpers.
The 2019 Gina Perales Memorial Fund Fiesta Medals have arrived. All proceeds will benefit the students of Highland Hills Elementary. Gina Perales was a beloved teacher whose motto was, "If you can read, you can learn." Medals are available at the Highland Hills Elementary Main Office. The cost is only $7.00. We also have previous year's medals at a reduced price of $5.00 each. Viva Fiesta!!!
The Mystical Unicorn delivered popsicles to all students with 100% attendance for the week of April 1-4.
Mystical Unicorn encouraging students to come to school everyday!
Pre-kindergarteners at Carvajal Early Childhood Education Center were treated to performances by Highland Hills Elementary students.
Incredible Hulk encouraging students to come to school everyday!
The Incredible Hulk delivered pickles to all students with 100% attendance for the week of April 15-18.
Wonder Woman and Little Wonder Women came to visit students and encourage 100% attendance.
Wonder Women says, "Be school ready and Come to School Everyday!"
Wonder Woman and Little Wonder Woman passed out takis to all students with 100% attendance from April 15-18.
Highland Hills Ballet Folklorico performed for Transportation Department. Here's what they had to say, "Our entire team had nothing but praises for the performance of the Highland Hills students yesterday! The talent of these students was amazing and the detail and workmanship of the traditional dress was out of this world! Please let the students know that they had a huge impact on our team and we will definitely want them to perform again!"
Mrs. De Leon and daughters show us their Fiesta hats! Viva Fiesta!
Batman came to visit students and encourage 100% attendance.
Batman passed out popsicles to all students with 100% attendance from April 22nd-26th.
Happy Fiesta, from students at Highland Hills!
Batman says, "Be present everyday to learn something new!"
Highland Hills students enjoy the cool popsicle treat that Batman passed out for 100% attendance.
Captain Marvel came to visit students and encourage 100% attendance.
Captain Marvel says, "Be present everyday to learn something new!"
Captain Marvel passed out ice pops to all students with 100% attendance from April 29th-May 3rd.
Teachers were treated to a luncheon in honor of Teacher Appreciation Week!
Teachers enjoyed a homemade breakfast for Teacher Appreciation Week!
The HHE Spa was a relaxing place for teachers to visit during Teacher Appreciation Week!
Teachers were treated to Kona Ice for Teacher Appreciation Week!
Superheros visited Highland Hills students before the STAAR test to encourage students to use their strategies and do their best!
The Incredibles came to visit students and encourage 100% attendance.
Students in grade K-5th grade received free books for the summer from the San Antonio Retired Teachers Association!
Highland Hills Elementary hosted a Grandparents Day event.
Grandparents and grandchildren enjoyed snacks and activities at the Grandparents Day event.
Highland Hills Elementary School | 734 Glamis Ave. | San Antonio, TX 78223 | Phone: (210) 438-6860 | Fax: (210) 228-3043
It is the policy of San Antonio ISD not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation or disability in its vocational programs, services or activities as required by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended; Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972; Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended, and SAISD's board policies DIA, FFH, and FFI.
Es norma del distrito de San Antonio no discriminar por motivos de raza, color, religión, origen nacional, sexo, identidad de género, expresión de género, orientación sexual o discapacidad, en sus programas, servicios o actividades vocacionales, tal como lo requieren el Título VI de la Ley de Derechos Civiles de 1964, según enmienda; el Título IX de las Enmiendas en la Educación, de 1972, la Sección 504 de la Ley de Rehabilitación de 1973, según enmienda, y las pólizas DIA, FFH, y FFI de la mesa directiva de SAISD.
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