Our 3rd grade Distributive Doctors with the help of Mrs. Aaron and our art teacher, Mrs. Miller, represented EHES well this morning and the Shelby County Showcase of Schools. Innovative classrooms and creativity were shining bright!
Congratulations to Mrs. Rhonda Evans, our Support Person of the Year! 🎉 Mrs. Evans has such a kind heart, is patient, and always ensures students' needs are met on a daily basis. She is a team player that everyone can depend on. We appreciate Mrs. Evans and who she is to our family at The Hill!
Read Across America Week is almost here! Check out the flyer for next week's dress up days.
❤️🤍💙 No school on Monday, February 19 ❤️🤍💙
Mrs. Dudley's kindergarten class brought learning to life--literally! They have been observing the life cycle of quail from incubation to hatch. Today they had a special visitor, Mrs. Dudley's father in law, that shared new learning and answered their questions. The best part? Holding the quail!
Our 2nd grade Super Citizens celebrated their completion of the Hands on Liberty program with Liberty Learning Foundation! It was a special time as each class also honored a hero for their contributions to our community. Thank you to Representative Corley Ellis for making this learning experience possible! #itshappeningatTheHill #MissionPAWSible
If you would like to propose revisions or changes to the 2024-2025 Shelby County Schools Code of Conduct, please scan the QR Code below and complete this Code of Conduct Suggestions Form by February 23, 2024.
Check out these upcoming events!
Ole' Pete Key the Hope Dealer (Mansfield Key) will offer a dynamic, engaging session to parents on the importance of setting appropriate boundaries, encouraging positive character building, and modeling empathy and kindness.
Richard Guerry, from iROC2 (Institute for Responsible Online and Cell Phone Communication), will lead a fast-paced, 90-minute session in which he will lead parents in developing a responsible way of thinking about digital tools and technologies and how to use them to open digital windows of opportunity rather than close them.
World's Finest Chocolate fundraiser has been extended through January 31st. Help us meet our goal of 530 boxes! Every $1 chocolate bar sold gets us closer to our goal!
All Shelby County Schools will resume normal operations on Thursday, January 18. We are excited to welcome our students and staff back!
Shelby County Schools will remain closed on Wednesday, January 17 due to winter weather conditions, including the forecast of a hard freeze overnight. There are still areas of the county experiencing icy road conditions that are not likely to improve until temperatures rise above freezing midday on Wednesday. We anticipate being back to a normal school schedule on Thursday.
Due to the threat of winter weather and extreme temperatures, all Shelby County Schools will be closed on Tuesday, January 16, and students will transition to remote learning. All after-school activities are also canceled. We are also monitoring the weather for Wednesday morning and will announce school delays or closures as we receive more detailed weather information.
No school tomorrow, January 15th in observance of MLK Day. See you Tuesday!
Due to the threat of severe weather, specifically straight-line winds causing downed trees and powerlines on Friday, January 12, all Shelby County Schools will be closed and students will transition to remote learning. All after-school activities are also canceled.
Schools will be closed on Monday, January 15 for the Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday. We are also monitoring the weather for Tuesday morning and will announce school delays or closures as we receive more detailed weather information.
What else do you do when you meet your midyear school-wide goal for reading AND math? You S'MORE your admin duo to celebrate!
Pre-K registration opens on January 15th. Students zoned for EHES are eligible to apply at the Shelby and Wilsonville locations!
Happy New Year! 🎊🎆
We're excited and ready to finish this school year strong! Students return on Wednesday, January 3, 2024.
Merry Christmas from your friends at The Hill! May this season be filled with peace, joy, laughter, and love. See you in 2024!
Enjoy your time with family and friends along with the joy that the season brings! See you in 2024!
Shelby County Schools will soon be implementing Rooms, a new communication tool that will integrate with our district/school app. This will eventually take the place of Class Dojo. Please a minute to read the letter and more information will be coming as we make the transition to Rooms!