Beginning this Friday, 4th grade will once again begin a pickles and popcorn fundraiser to help reduce the cost per student for their annual field trip to Austin & San Antonio.
For $1, students can choose from a large pickle and/or a bag of popcorn to enjoy as an after school snack. Pickles and popcorn will be delivered to classrooms at the end of the school.
Snow Heights is celebrating its 60th Birthday this year! We started the year off with a birthday party to celebrate!!
Happy Birthday, Snow Heights!
Congratulations to our AMAZING teacher, Maegan Holycross, on being selected as Snow Heights’ 2018 Teacher of the Year! Mrs. Holycross has been part of the Polar Bear family for the past three years teaching 3rd and 4th grade. She is an active member of the Snow Heights PTA and makes every effort to do what is best for the school, her students, and the community. Intelligent, dedicated, and supportive are just a few words to describe this wonderful teacher. Thank you for all you do, Mrs. Holycross!
W.R.A.D was a success thanks to all of the wonderful volunteers we had come out to read to our Polar Bears!
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!!!!
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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.
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Book Fair
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Book Fair
8:00 AM Fall Picture Day
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Good News Club