Highland Elementary School

Overview

Welcome families to Highland Elementary! The mission of Highland Local Schools is to personalize learning for each student in a safe, caring, organized and trustworthy environment. We believe our students will become well-prepared, self-aware, and independent learners. Communication is a valuable and necessary piece of a personalized learning environment.

Important Information

Daily Schedule

  • Breakfast is served from 8:35-8:50
  • Students may enter the building at 8:35 am
  • The school day starts at 8:50 am and ends at 3:25 pm

Morning Drop Off & Pick Up

  • Students should be dropped off no earlier than 8:35 at the front of the building/main entrance
  • Early Sign Out; Students will need picked up in the office and signed out by an adult listed on the students’ emergency medical information
  • Dismissal Pick-Ups; No students are to be picked up in the office at the end of the day. Students will need to be picked up at our designated location

     

    Final Forms

    All parents/guardians must complete these forms

    • We are utilize Final Forms for all paperwork emergency contacts and medical forms. You can access Final Forms on the district website under the parent tab.
    • If you do not have a computer at home, we will have computers available at open house for you to sign up
    • Parents must complete, update and sign off on the forms every year. Students will not be able to attend and participate in any field trips or off campus activities during the school year.

    Technology

    We utilize many tech tools to aid in the learning process at HES, such as:

    • Dreambox
    • Compass Learning
    • NWEA
    • MobyMax
    • iXL

    Students do not take ChromeBooks home; instead, they pick them up each morning and return them each afternoon

    HES is very fortunate to be able to provide each student with a ChromeBook (computer) that they carry with them throughout each school day

    Cafeteria

    All students will eat FREE during the 21-22 school year.

    Future breakfast & lunch prices for 2022-2023:

    Breakfast Prices: Regular price: $1.00, Reduced price: $0.30

    Lunch Prices: Regular price:  $2.75, Reduced price:  $0.40

    Charging policy

    Students may not exceed $10.00 in charges or they will be served an alternate lunch. A la carte items cannot be charged

    Important Names and Numbers

    • Highland Elementary School: 419-768-3040
      • Mr. Shawn Winkelfoos, Principal
      • Mr. Caleb Duncan, Assistant Principal
      • Mrs. Jessica Litzenberg, Assistant Principal & Preschool Director
      • Ms. Amy Randolph, DistrictDirector of Student Services
      • Mrs. Michelle Mosher, Family & Community Liaison
      • Mrs. Amy Rinehart, Family & Community Liaison
      • Mrs. Logan Adams, School Nurse
      • Mrs. Roberts, School Secretary
      • District office:  419-768-2206

    21-22 Student Supply List

    Kindergarten

    24 Pk Crayola Crayons (4 per Student)

    Watercolor paints

    1 pair of Fiskar blunt tip scissors

    Supply Box

    Book Bag

    1st Grade

    24 Pk Crayola Crayons (4 per Student)

    1 Watercolor paints

    1 Fiskar Blunt scissors

    12 Pk Crayola colored pencils (1 per student) 

    Headphones with cord (no earbuds or bluetooth) 

    Supply Box

    2nd Grade

    Large Pencil Pouch   

    Scissors

    (2) 24 packs of Crayola crayons

    Markers

    3rd Grade (Waggoner/Terril)

    2 plastic pocket folders (different colors)

    1 zippered pencil pouch (no supply boxes please)

    1-4 pack dry erase markers

    1 pair scissors

    1 container disinfectant wipes

    3rd Grade (M. Duncan/Stannar)

    (1) 2-subject spiral bound notebook

    3 plastic folders (different colors)

    1 pack pencils

    1 pencil pouch or supply box

     *Any other supplies students do not want to share with the class (colored pencils, markers, scissors, erasers etc.) Please label them. We will supply these other supplies to share only. 

    3rd Grade (L. Duncan/Deere)

    4 plastic folders (different colors)

    1 pack of pencils (12 count)

    1 pencil pouch (no art boxes please)

    (1) 4 pack of dry erase markers

    1 container disinfectant wipes

    1 pair of scissors 

    3rd Grade (Beltz)

    3 plastic folders 

    2 reams wide-ruled paper

    1 pack pencils (12 count)

    1 pencil pouch (no supply boxes please)

    1- 4 pack of dry erase markers

    1 pair of scissors

    4th Grade

    Headphones or earbuds

    1 pack of Wide Ruled (Loose leaf) notebook paper

    Heavy duty, three-ring, zippered pencil pouch (not a box)

    2″ thick 3-ring binder or Trapper Keeper

    Hand-held pencil sharpener with shavings receptacle

    6″ long, pointed scissors

    *you do NOT need to send folders, we will supply colored subject folders

    5th Grade

    100 #2 pencils

    1 large zipper pencil pouch

    5 pocket folders

    Binder

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