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2018-2019- Putting The Pieces Together....
HPE Faculty -Back to School Team Building Activity
HPE -Meet the Teacher
Welcome to the 2018-19 school year.
First, I would like to congratulate the students for their tremendous academic success this past school year.
Highland Park ranked as one of the top 12 schools in the district on STAAR performance with an overall score of 81. Marked progress was noted at the lower grade levels with our school scoring above or close to district averages on both Reading and Math.
Our theme this school year is Putting the Pieces Together. Students at Highland Park will be challenged to perform and think at high academic levels and also have an opportunity to participate in after school activities/clubs as listed below.
5th grade team
Carranza and King
Games club/ Prek-Kinder
Information regarding club meeting dates will be sent by sponsors within the first month of school.
We are also very happy to announce that as a TIF campus, Highland Park will again have the Master Teacher Program. Students who are enrolled in this program will have an additional 5 hours of instructional time weekly. We saw tremendous success last year as well as some challenges and as such, we have worked diligently to ensure that the teachers have a proven track of improving achievement for all students. Students in this program also have an opportunity to enroll in a summer school session which starts on July 23rd and ends on August 3rd.
Highland Park will continue to be a Dual Language Campus in 2018-19 for students in grades Prek-3rd grade. Information about the program is available in the main office upon request. All students enrolled in Bilingual Classrooms will automatically be enrolled in the program with additional space provided for Monolinguals.
Students must wear school uniform Monday through Thursday but on Fridays, they can wear jeans with their school spirit/college shirt. Order forms for the Spirit Shirts will be sent home on August 27th, 2018.
Please note the following important dates:
July 23rd – August 3rd – Master Teacher Student’s Summer Session
July 16th – August 8th Registration
July 25th from 1:00- 6:00 PM- After School Challenge Registration
August 10th – Meet the Teacher Night and Community Event from 4:30-6:30 (please note change from flier sent home prior)
August 22nd- Parent coffee
August 27th Spirit shirts orders go home
August 31st – Spirit shirts orders due
August 27th – 4th grade parent meeting
August 29th – 5th grade parent meeting
August 29th – Pre-K parent meeting
August 13th – First day of school
Breakfast will be served promptly at 7:45-8:00 AM daily
The school day starts at 8:00 AM and ends at 3:20 PM unless otherwise specified.
Parent participation is important to Highland Park and one way you can positively affect the school is by joining PTO. Please stop by the school and ask to speak to the PTO President for more details.
Have a wonderful rest of the summer and see you on August 10th for a fun filled Community Event as well as meet the teachers.
Dr. Rose Engelbrecht
Highland Park ES
Bienvenidos al año escolar 2018-19.
Primeramente, me gustaría felicitar a los estudiantes por su tremendo éxito académico el año pasado.
Highland Park clasificó como una de las 12 mejores escuelas del distrito en rendimiento STAAR con un puntaje general de 81%. Se observó un progreso marcado en los grados de abajo con nuestra calificación escolar por encima o cerca de los promedios del distrito en Lectura y Matemáticas.
Nuestro tema este año escolar es Unir las piezas. Los estudiantes de Highland Park tendrán el desafío de presentarse y pensar a altos niveles académicos y también tendrán la oportunidad de participar en actividades / clubes después de la escuela, como se muestra a continuación.
Patrocinadores de Clubes
Highland Park Elementary School | 635 Rigsby Ave. | San Antonio, TX 78210 | Phone: (210) 228-3335 | Fax: (210) 228-3044
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