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Highland Hills continues to honor the memory of a beloved teacher and her love of collecting Fiesta Medals. The Gina Perales Reading Memorial Fiesta Medal is available at the school for a donation of $7. All profits go towards The Gina Perales Reading Memorial Fund and 100% for student literacy.
Highland Hills Elementary, Where Students Come First!
VFW Post 9186 donate backpacks and supplies for students in need.
Highland Hills Teachers show their dance moves at the August Staff Development.
Mc Creless HEB donates teacher survival snack kits and school supplies to Highland Hills Elementary teachers and students.
Highland Hills PTA McDonald's Night
Highland Hills Elementary Staff and PTA Officers work at the PTA McDonald's Night.
Highlands High School student in the Education and Training TAFE Program provide support in the classrooms.
Highlands HS students assisting students with classroom work.
Highlands HS student reading with a student.
Administration and Support Staff dressed up as, "The Day The Crayons Quit," for the parade!
Students decorated pumpkins to look like their favorite storybook character.
Students decorated pumpkins to look like storybook characters for Storybook Pumpkin Day!
Fun Storybook pumpkin characters invaded the library in October.
Super Hero Pre-K Teachers were ready for a Super Parade!
"Pete The Cat" is the Kindergarten Teachers book of choice for the parade!
First Grade Teachers dressing in up in fairy characters.
Fourth Grade teachers are off to see the Wizard, the Wonderful Wizard of Oz.
Second Grade Teachers are ready for a field trip on the "Magic School Bus."
Third Grade teachers are ready for a parade!
Thing 1 is on the loose at the HHE parade!
Ready to shoe their shoes in the HHE parade!
Students are parade ready!
Students tape Principal Esparza to the wall, as part of the fundraiser incentive.
Highland Hills represented at Epic Saturday and won the Epic Saturday SAISD incentives.
Highland Hills 2nd Grade Teachers and Librarian are grateful to the SAISD Foundation for their innovative grant.
A fourth grade student had a surprise visit from his big sister in the Army.
Congratulations to another SAISD Foundation grant winner.
PBIS incentive, a run through an obstacle course.
Drug-Free/Motivational Pep Rally with Fran Harris a former WNBA basketball player.
Highland Hills Spelling Bee
A character visit with Ms. Anastasia and Stellaluna
Highland Hills Science Fair Gallery Walk
Highland Hills Science Fair
McDonald's Teacher Night
Congratulations to Mrs. La Fosse, Highland Hills Teacher of the Year2017-2018.
Students at UIL, show our school motto, "I believe in myself, and I will do my best."
Forty students participated in the UIL competition in February. Highland Hills won 2nd Place Team Award!
Students enjoy games and dance during the STAAR Pep Rally with Mrs. Esparza.
Mrs. Esparza did a cartwheel to inspire students before the STAAR Test at the STAAR Pep Rally.
Cat and Thing 1 visits Highland Hills students.
Former WNBA basketball player Fran Harris gave a motivational speech to all 3rd-5th grade students.
Curious George visited students at Highland Hills Elementary. He danced to Can't Stop the Feeling with the students.
Congratulations to Ms. Rachel Sanchez, she received the SAISD Rising Star Award.
HEB Buddy visited Highland Hills Students at the STAAR Pep Rally,
Pre-K students perform the color song at the May PTA meeting.
Pre-K students enjoy a field trip to the San Antonio Aquarium.
Highland Hills students enjoy field day activities.
Enjoy your Summer Break!!!
Students remember to continue to read for 30 minutes a day
and log onto Dream Box or Khan Academy.
School begins August 13, 2018
If you have not registered, there is still time:
Register your student online for the 2018-19 school year
K- 5th Grade Registration has started
Pre-Kindergarten Begins April 2
Click here to begin
Should you need assistance or access to a computer for online registration, call the school at (210)438-6860
Highlands Hills Elementary Where Children Come First
Highland Hills Elementary opened its doors March 17, 1952 and it is named for the neighborhood it serves. The community is very active and the neighborhood association has their monthly meetings on campus.
The mission of Highland Hills is to provide a quality education as it builds effective partnerships where children come first. The vision is that the school community will ensure that every student is successful and develops to their fullest potential by preparing them academically and ethically for the future to become tomorrow's leaders.
Since 2005 Highland Hills has proudly met or exceeded standards on the state assessments. For two consecutive years, 2014-2015, Highland Hills soared and earned all possible distinctions. In 2017 Highland Hills won the 1st place Overall UIL trophy.
Students at Highland Hills have the opportunity to participate in several extracurricular activities and events, including the first elementary strings program in the district.
Many programs, trainings and opportunities are offered to parents that include parenting classes, Monthly Fitness Fridays, college visits for parents and students, and awareness classes for gangs, drugs, and bullying. The volunteer program provides parents the opportunity to attend college classes.
Enrollment has been increasing the last few years and is currently serving over 600 students. There is a spirit of high expectations, passion, and pride in the air and many employees choose to bring their children to attend Highland Hills Elementary to become a soaring Highland Hills Eagle.
Highland Hills Elementary abrió sus puertas el 17 de marzo de 1952 y lleva el nombre de
el barrio que sirve. La comunidad es muy activa y el barrio
asociación tiene sus reuniones mensuales en el campus.
La misión de Highland Hills es proporcionar una educación de calidad, ya que
asociaciones donde los niños vienen primero. La visión es que la comunidad escolar
asegurará que cada estudiante tenga éxito y se desarrolle a su máximo potencial
preparándolos académica y éticamente para que el futuro se convierta en
los líderes de mañana.
Desde 2005, Highland Hills ha cumplido con orgullo o superado las normas sobre el estado
evaluaciones. Durante dos años consecutivos, entre 2014 y 2015, Highland Hills
ganó todas las distinciones posibles. En 2017 Highland Hills ganó el primer lugar en general
Los estudiantes de Highland Hills tienen la oportunidad de participar en
actividades y eventos extracurriculares, incluyendo las primeras cuerdas elementales
programa en el distrito.
Muchos programas, capacitaciones y oportunidades se ofrecen a los padres que incluyen
clases de crianza de los hijos, viernes de aptitud mensual, visitas a la universidad para padres y estudiantes, y clases de sensibilización para las pandillas, las drogas y el acoso escolar. El programa de voluntariado brinda a los padres la oportunidad de asistir a las clases universitarias.
La matrícula ha ido aumentando en los últimos años y actualmente
600 estudiantes. Hay un espíritu de altas expectativas, pasión y orgullo en el aire
y muchos empleados optan por llevar a sus hijos a asistir a Highland Hills
Elemental para convertirse en un águila altísima de las colinas de la montaña.
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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