First Graders Enjoy Digital Day Every Day!
Happy Digital Learning Day from Mrs. Ramey’s fourth grade math class! #DLDay
As we celebrate Read Across America and a special BIRTHDAY, we have planned some dress up days for Highland Wildcats! March 1 - March 5
Johnson County School District Closed No Click-and-Soar instruction Thursday, February, 18, 2021 Due to Weather & Power Outages Stay safe & warm!
Congratulations to our Elementary Academic Team! They placed 3rd overall in the county tournament and 3rd overall for the season!! This team represented HES so well! It was a very unique season, but they rocked it! Go Wildcats!!
The fourth grade class celebrates the 100th day of school!
5th / 6th grade UNITE Club members and other students at Highland Elementary created kindness posters and Valentines for Veterans. The posters and cards will be delivered to VAMC in Lexington just in time for Valentine's Day.
Due to the likelihood of inclement weather this week, Johnson County District has altered our meal pickup schedule. The five-day breakfast & lunch bulk boxes for kids age 18 & under will be available for pickup today from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m at all Johnson County School locations.
Congratulations to our Elementary Academic Team for another fabulous performance!! Our quick recall team played hard for two matches! Several students placed in written assessments! Language Arts Lillian Pelton-1st Cara Stephens- 5th Science Jacob Castle- 3rd Math Julian Dials-5th Go Wildcats!! We are so proud of you! 💙
Congratulations to our Elementary Academic Team for another great meet! We had several students place in written assessments! Science Jacob Castle- 3rd Social Studies Braylee Murphy- 4th Math Julie Dials- 5th Language Arts Lillian Pelton- 5th Arts and Humanities Adalyn Ramey- 5th Go Wildcats!!
First graders became detectives today and solved the mystery of who kidnapped Punxsutawney Phil!
Congratulations to our Elementary Academic Team for another great meet! In Arts and Humanities, Adalyn Ramey placed 1st. In Social Studies, Christian Halfhill placed 2nd. In Language Arts, Cara Stephens tied for 4th place. In Science, Jacob Castle placed 3rd. In Math, Julie Dials, Braylee Murphy, and Callie Davis tied for 4th place. Way to go, Wildcats! We are so proud of you!
#MLKDay @MLKDay @Americorps Highland UNITE has organized a coat drive with the slogan " Put a Coat in the Tote" everyone in the community is encouraged to drop off new or gently used coats at Highland Elementary School between 9am and 3pm.
Highland Elementary's 4th-6th UNITE celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day by telling their dreams for their community. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YnmOwZeqy1g
Look out world first graders are ready to begin their career! https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=p0NEEcCQZcI
Mrs. Ramey's fourth grade students are using area models to divide and interpreting remainders. Students are using mental math strategies and partial quotients to solve.
Johnson County Public Library Event Calendar January 2021
Merry Christmas from Highland Elementary Second Graders! https://drive.google.com/file/d/1QVO82KFNQeCjfMVzaHs0g6QhP2pguQIE/view?usp=drivesdk
Santa Claus visits first grade meet! He read their letters and answered lots of questions about the North Pole, reindeer and the elves. He assured them he was prepared for his visit and wished them all a Merry Christmas!
Don’t forget to drop off your items for the Mountain Manor Nursing Home today! Come on Wildcats let’s spread Christmas Joy by giving!