Calendar Of Events
October 26- Fall Carnival 6-8pm
October 29-November 9- GT referral window open
November 5- No School/Staff Development Day
November 6- Fall Pictures
November 16- NEHS Induction
November 16- Kinder Thanksgiving Feast 1-2pm
November 19-23- Thanksgiving Break
Come Join Us Tonight from 6-8pm for the Fall Carnival
Life School Cedar Hill New Assistant Principal
Chris Carter is serving in his first year as Life School Cedar Hill Elementary Assistant Principal and his 8th year in education. During his career in education he has served as an assistant principal, athletic coordinator, social studies department head, head coach, and teacher. He received his bachelor’s degree in University Studies from the University of Texas at Arlington in 2010 and received his master’s degree in Educational Administration from Texas A & M – Commerce in 2017. Chris has certifications in Generalist 4-8 and Principal EC-12.
Chris is married to Shanna and has two daughters Carsyn and Bailey, one step daughter Samantha, and one grandson Nash. During his free time which is rare, he enjoys playing golf, watching Netflix series, and umpire and referee’s girls high school volleyball and softball.
Mr. Carter will begin with Life School on November 5th.
This week was Red Ribbon Week. We took some time out to focus on making healthy decisions for our lives. We also took time to discuss how we would stand up against those that may be rude, mean, or bully in our school. Your student made a commitment and signed a pledge to stand up against bullying in observance of Anti-Bullying month. Thank you for supporting our initiative to make our community at Life School Cedar Hill a positive environment where our students feel confident to Learn and Lead for Life.
From Nurse Thorpe
Please review with your students healthy habits to use during flu season:
- Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when you cough/sneeze
- Wash your hands often with soap and water
- Avoid sharing drinks or eating utensils
- Use hand sanitizer regularly
For more tips visit CDC.gov/flu