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If you or your family need Christmas assistance, you can apply for the the ELF Louise

Christmas Project please contact the Family and Community Engagement Liaison: Dania Jimenez at or call the school at 210-438-6860 X63409




     Meal Distribution

during Virtual Learning

Parents may pick up meals on Glamis at Highland

Hills Elementary without a child present, but

must bring one of the following items:

** Student ID number,

**  Student ID card, or

**  an official letter/email from the school

listing the child enrolled at and SAISD



Monday: 2 breakfast meals,

2 Lunch Meals, 2 Snacks 

(Tuesday Meals included)

Wednesday: 2 breakfast meals,

2 Lunch Meals, 2 Snacks

(Thursday Meals included)

Friday: 1 breakfast meals,

1 Lunch Meals, 1 Snacks

One Bundle per student



If you need utility or food assistance contact the FACE Specialist

Donia Jimenez or

call the school at 210-438-6860 x63409

  • A big thank you to our Partners in Education:
    Texas Roadhouse

Congratulations Highland Hills ES for earning a B rating from the TEA


 Deborah Esparza, Principal @ Highland Hills, is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: SAISD BOND 2020

Time: Sep 29, 2020 05:00 PM Central Time  Zoom Meeting info: Here

Please Join us to get inofrmaion about the Proposed Bond Projects for Highland Hills Elementary. 

You can also visit the distirict web page at  for addional information about the Bond.


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To help the school counselor plan the best activities for this school year, please click on the link to answer some questions about what you believe is important for you and your families.

Parent Questionnaire link:



After school program accepting applications 

Please visit the Extended Day Program website. View flyers in English and Spanish


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We are ready to help you and your family have a successful 2020-2021 school year!  

Use the parent resources link below to find information, resources and support.

          Student Log on:

     Have your student log in to ClassLink with their SAISD username and password by visiting  This is also known as the SAISD Single Sign-On (SSO). This is where we have Canvas and all our digital learning resources. If your student has been enrolled in SAISD before, this is the same information they have used to log in. If you don’t know your student’s username and password, contact your student's campus.

Highland Hills Elementary

Parent Resources:

Click on the link(s) below for support.

Any Student still in need of technology for the school year should contact

Highland Hills Elementary main office: 210-438-6860

From the Superintendent:

Dear SAISD: 


We have been working closely with the city and Metro Health to ensure our decision-making around starting school is being driven by safety and science, using the most current health data. They see our data-based decisions as aligning well with their health and safety recommendations, and this gives us reassurance we are on a safe path moving forward.  


In consultation with Metro Health, we have developed health safety criteria to determine how we will advance to increased levels of student occupancy in our schools as local COVID-19 conditions improve over time. We are looking at implementing four levels of student occupancy, as outlined below – with one additional level than Metro Health. 


Movement between levels is based on three statistics: The positivity rate in Bexar County (a lower rate is better), the number of days it takes for the local case count to double (a higher number of days is better), and whether numbers are trending upward, downward, or flattening based on data for a certain number of days.  


Level 1 Red – No in-person learning 

• Positivity rate is greater than 10% 

• Doubling time is 12 days or less  

• Not flattening or not a consistent downward trend in positive cases for at least 14 days 


Level 2 Yellow – Up to 25% in-person learning 

• Positivity rate of 10% or less 

• Doubling time is 13-18 days or more 

• A flattening of positive cases for at least 14 days 


Level 3 Green – Up to 50% in-person learning 

• Positivity rate of 5% or less 

• Doubling time of greater than 18 days 

• 14-day downward trend in positive cases or flat at a low level 


Level 4 Blue – More than 50% in-person learning, phasing up to 100% 

• To be determined in consultation with Metro Health 


Note: Criteria may change over time based on Metro Health guidance adjustments.


When we determine the need to change levels, we will give at least one week’s notice and inform parents and staff. We also will utilize our website’s pop-up alert button and post on the Safe School Start Communications Hub.


Currently, we are in Level 1 Red and will start the school year on Aug. 17 with 100% remote learning. We anticipate moving to Level 2 Yellow sometime after Labor Day. In this phase, when we have up to 25% of students on campuses, the children who comprise in-person learning will be prioritized among those who will most benefit from it – such as students who are struggling academically or students who need services in the area of special education. Campuses will have the authority to engage families proactively and bring in small numbers of students with parental permission.   


We expect Level 3 Green of up to 50% of in-person learning to become our new normal during the first semester. However, if we do not meet the criteria for this level as we near the conclusion of our eight weeks of flexibility granted by the Texas Education Agency, we will request a formal waiver from the state to continue at Level 1 Red or Level 2 Yellow.   


Note that in Metro Health’s Green Zone, all students would be able to return, adhering to social distancing and mask requirements. However, at most of our campuses, if all students came back at this Level, we would not be able to achieve the current recommendations of social distancing – thus, we are limiting it to up to 50%.  


Finally, we do not envision meeting criteria for Level 4 Blue – our uppermost tier of more than 50% of in-person learning and phasing up to 100% – until potentially at some point in our spring semester.



I look forward to welcoming back all teachers, staff, and families over time. It may be a different start to the new year, but we know we will make the best of 2020-21. 



Pedro Martinez


Register Now

Register for the 2020-2021 School Year!! Enroll Now!!

Parents please click on the link below to register you child for the 2020-2021 school year.  All new and returning students must register for the new school year.  If you need assistance, please call 210-438-6860.

Help us close the digital divide and help students stay connected and engage in remote learning.
Donate via the SAISD Foundation link.
Thank you in advance for your donations.

Parent Announcements/Anuncios para padres:
If your parent contact number has changed, please call the school at (210) 438-6860 with your updated
number.  We are here to support you and deliver instruction to all students.

Si su número de contacto de sus padres ha cambiado, por favor llame a la escuela al (210) 438-6860 con su número actualizado.  Estamos aquí para apoyarlo y entregar instrucción a todos los estudiantes.


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