Heritage Happenings

White House Heritage Elementary School

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Important Information

Attendance- With the end of the school year approaching, it is imperative that you continue to make sure that your student is present and on-time each day for school. If your child is absent more than 3 days in a row, you MUST send in a doctor's note for their absences to be excused. Parent letters will not be accepted for absences more than 3 days in a row.


Report Cards- Report cards will be sent home on Friday, March 25th. Please review these with your student, sign, and return to school. Contact your child's teacher with any questions or concerns.

Cafeteria Menus

Cafeteria Information

Breakfast and lunch will be free for all students again this year. Students will also receive a free snack daily! Cafeteria menus can be found by going to:

Meal Menus - Robertson County Schools (rcstn.net)

March Key of Excellence

March Key of the Month


FLEXIBILITY – Be willing to do things differently
Recognize what’s not working and be willing to change what you’re doing to achieve your goal.

Flexibility is the willingness to try something different when we realize that what we’re doing isn’t working. Many times a day we are faced with situations that are different from what we had originally planned. One way to deal with these situations is to be rigid and continue to do things in the same way over and over—another is to handle them with flexibility. Being flexible is responding to changing or new situations in ways that move us forward.

Flexibility is about not getting locked in to one way of doing something. If we’re trying to achieve something (like getting up on time in the morning) and it’s just not working, we try another way (like moving the alarm clock to the other side of the room so we have to get up to shut it off). Flexibility is about recognizing all kinds of habits or patterns or activities in our life that aren’t working and changing them, and even changing them again until we find the one that works!

Hats Off For Reading

The HES Hats Off For Reading event will take place the week of March 21-25. Students can donate $2 to the Stephanie Mason Memorial Scholarship Fund and wear a hat, bring blankets or beach towels to read outside, and receive a treat! Students will spend 30 minutes dropping everything to read one day that week. What better way to read than outside on a nice sunny day! We will wait until closer to our set week to decide the exact day so that we can check the weather. Be looking for an announcement on Class Dojo and the HES Facebook page for more information!

Summer Learning Camp

Heritage Elementary will be hosting a Summer Learning Camp again this summer! Students will work on ELA, Math, and STREAM (Science, Technology, Reading, Engineering, Art, and Math) activities during the 4 week camp. Camp will run Monday-Thursday, June 6-30. Invitations will begin to go home with students on March 25th. Be on the lookout for your child's invitation!

Spring Book Fair

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The HES spring Book Fair will begin on March 29th and run through April 6th. Look for more information to come home with your child soon!

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