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    Holiday Heights Elementary School is located in North Richland Hills, Texas. HHE opened in the fall of 1966, and it was the twelth elementary school to open in Birdville ISD.  The school was constructed on land formerly owned by J. Fred Davis Sr., and his son J. Fred Davis Jr., whose house was moved to a farm near Haslet. 

     

    The focus of Holiday Heights Elementary is on individual student needs.  Our leadership, curriculum, support services, teaching styles, general school environment and community form the foundation for student success.  We strive to show #HuskyPride in and out of the school setting. 

     

    Mission Statement:

    Holiday Heights Elementary is a community of lifelong learners where everyone learns in a safe, kind, and nurturing environment. 

    Vision:

    Staff and students will grow and develop, not only academically, but socially for a future they create. 

    Our Husky Promise:

    I promise to respect and value the differences of others. Intentially work toward improvement.  Demonstrate responsibility for my words and actions and encourage others often.  Because I have Husky Pride!

     

    Our Husky Song
     
    We've got Husky pride
    way down deep inside.
    Red and blue we love you;

    we've got Husky pride.
    H-U-S-K-I-E-S,
    HUSKIES, HUSKIES ALL THE WAY!

     

    Mascot: Husky

    Colors: Red, Blue and White

    Feeder Schools: North Richland Middle School and Richland High School