Golden Hills Elementary School
Golden Hills Vision:
Message from the Principal:
Families of Students at Golden Hills,
Spring Break is April 2nd- April 11th. We will resume school on Monday, April 12th. Currently we have 80 percent of our students back to inperson school! It has been amazing to see all of the learning taking place in our classrooms and on ZOOM. If your child must stay home for quarantine or being ill please be sure to pick up a packet and have them login into daily ZOOM (if available).
On April 23rd our third trimester progress reports will go home. They will be handed out to in-person students and mailed home to our distance learners. Please be sure to reach out to your student’s teacher at any time. We are here to support you in your students' success!
This month we will have two emergency drills, a fire drill and a lockdown drill. Before the drill occurs we will discuss with your student these are to practice in case of an emergency.
A reminder we have a counselor on campus four days a week, Ms. Rainbow Walker. If your student is struggling with any mental health issues we are here to support you.
April 30th is wear your Golden HIlls T-shirt day! We loved our students' home made t-shirts. These can also be purchased at:
Family meetings in April:
-School Site Council Meeting on April 21st at 3pm (Zoom link will be posted that week)
- Indian Ed Parent Meeting on April 29th at 5 pm (Zoom link will be posted that week)
Please reach out if you have concerns or need assistance, thank you for your support,
Golden HIlls Principal
Golden Hills Student Dress Code:
The following dress code was designed to provide a safe, distraction-free environment where students can concentrate on learning in the classroom and on playing at recess.
In order to avoid violations and possible consequences, please read and follow this dress code:
No “spaghetti straps.” Straps must be at least 1.5 inches wide.
No low-cut tops, tube tops, halter tops, or backless tops.
Tank tops may not have oversized arm holes and must fit closely under the arms.
The midriff or stomach area may not be exposed. Shirts that do not cover your stomach when your hands are raised are not allowed.
No sheer or “see through” blouses or shirts.
No short shorts. Shorts must be fingertip length.
Dresses and skirts must be long enough to reach the fingertips when a student stands with her hands at her sides.
Under garments may not be exposed at anytime.
Pants must be worn at the waist and may not “sag” or be worn low enough to expose any underwear. This includes “low rise” pants.
Clothes and accessories may not have any pictures, symbols, colors, or words referring to drugs, alcohol, tobacco, violence, gangs, or exposed body parts.
Hats must be worn correctly, not backwards or sideways, and they must be removed when entering a classroom. Hats are not to be used to play “Keep Away” or to hit at someone. Students who do not follow these rules will lose the privilege of wearing a hat to school. Bandanas are not considered hats and may not be worn to school.
Any style of clothing, make-up, accessory hair style, or hair color that creates a distraction and interferes with the education of others will not be allowed.
Shoes must be worn at all times. Flip-Flops, shower shoes, and slippers are not considered appropriate or safe footwear, and they are not to be worn to school.
No dangerous accessories are allowed. This includes items with spikes, heavy chains, and jewelry with sharp edges.
Clothing must be clean and in good repair.
April 21st: School Site Council Meeting....3:00-4:00
April 23rd: 3rd Trimester Progress Reports go home
April 29th: Indian Ed Parent Meeting.....5:00-6:00
April 30th: GH T-Shirt Day....wear your GH T-shirt and get a treat!