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Welcome to Virtual Kindergarten Roundup!!
If your child will be enrolling in Kindergarten for the 2020-2021 school year at Snow Heights Elementary, please send Jordan.Flowers@birdvilleschools.net a current proof of residence. This may include a lease, water bill, etc. After we receive your proof of residence, we will provide you directions on how to register your child. Thank you, and we look forward to having you at Snow Heights soon!
Please watch the following video to meet our Principal, Assistant Principal, Counselor and our wonderful Kindergarten Teachers - https://youtu.be/X8kcTT9nbAg
Also, below is our Kindergarten brochure we would normally pass out a Roundup
Our staff is ready to kick off online learning Monday March 30th, 2020!
All of our staff and students had a wonderful time at World Read Aloud Day 2020!
Congrats to our Battle of the Books Primary team for placing 3rd!!!
We'll be there for you!
If you need a friend, find a HOPE Squad member!
Here at Snow Heights we are DRUG FREE!!!
Thank you to our wonderful PTA for adding positive vibes to all of our student bathrooms in the school!!
These future Rebels had a blast walking in the RHS Homecoming parade!!
Another wonderful year has come to an end and we celebrated with our annual 5th grade VS Staff kickball game... and staff won 11-8!
Always remember... Once a Polar Bear, ALWAYS a Polar Bear!
Have a GREAT summer, see you in August!!
Thank you Addi and Colin for representing Snow Heights at the board meeting last night. You made us proud!
Our PTA hosted one of the BEST Polar Bash Carnivals YET!!! Thank you to our WONDERFUL PTA, you ladies went above and beyond for our Polar Bears
Saturday November 3rd 2018 Snow Heights celebrated our 60th year!!
Once a Polar Bear, Always a Polar Bear!!!
The Snow Height Polar Bears had the honor of running through the tunnel with the Richland High School football team at the Homecoming game against Haltom High on Friday October 26th 2018!
Snow Heights is celebrating its 60th Birthday this year! We started the year off with a birthday party to celebrate!!
Happy Birthday, Snow Heights!
We are SO proud of our Richland Rebels for making it to the 3rd round of playoffs!!!
It’s a GREAT day to be a Rebel!!!
Thank you to everyone who voted for our Grinch tree this past Friday night at the Festival of Trees. The votes have been counted and...
SNOW HEIGHTS WON 1st PLACE!!!!
If the weather requires "Rainy Day Dismissal", the Snow Heights school community will be notified using Facebook, and Remind. Once a parent / guardian arrives on the campus, they will go the their students' homeroom classroom. The parent / guardian will sign the student out there. For families with siblings, the oldest sibling will go to the youngest sibling's classroom and the student(s) can be signed out there.
Snow Heights Elementary Parent Involvement Policy
As per Public Law 107-110, the No Child Left Behind Act, Snow Heights Elementary has adopted the following policy to ensure that the staff coordinates all possible programs to provide quality services to our children and families and to afford parents substantial and meaningful opportunities to participate in the education of their children. Our goal is to maximize opportunities for all parents to participate in ways that will help all children to be successful in the meeting the State’s academic content and academic achievement standards. In addition, we strive to provide opportunities for parents to assist us in maximizing our students’ potential to become successful citizens upon completion of their public school careers. To reach our goal, the staff and representative parents have drafted the following policy outlining the ways in which parents are encouraged to participate in the life of the school and the ways we will reach out to parents.
The staff at Snow Heights Elementary invites parents to offer suggestions for improving our efforts to involve parents in meaningful ways. Please call Susan Nall at (817) 547-2200 or email Ms. Nall at firstname.lastname@example.org to give us your suggestions or to discuss opportunities for you to work directly with us.