✨NEW student Enrollment ✨

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Next step after Re-enrollment ⬇️⬇️

2020-2021 Annual Update to Open May 1

Parents or guardians of students currently enrolled in the 2019-20 school are required to complete an Annual Update for 2020-2021 by logging into the Parent Portal. After May 1, login, scroll down and click on the “More” link and then “Online Registration” in the lower-left corner of the portal screen to begin the Annual Update. Parents or guardians can verify their existing information and make any needed changes. Students will not receive 2020-21 schedules or homeroom teacher assignments in August until this update has been completed. If you need assistance registering or logging in to the Parent Portal, please email parentportalhelp@edmondschools.net with your specific question.

‼️Don’t Forget‼️

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PRE-ORDER NOW through JUNE 14th, 2020!

Visit >>> www.educationalproducts.com/shoppacks

School ID: HER266

See instructions above to complete your order!

Late orders will be accepted through June 30, 2020 with a rush order price increase of $10.

2020-2021 School Supply List

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Premier Fence GENEROUSLY donated our Pre- K & Kinder Playground Gate!! They also repaired the missing gate as well! We can't thank you enough! We greatly appreciate your business and family! - ❤️ Your Heritage Family

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Food Resources | Edmond Eats Grab and Go Meals

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As of Monday, April 20- Heritage began Grab-and-Go meal service for children in need. This also includes 4 additional school sites. The meals are available for pickup in the drive-thru from 12:30 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. M-F. Staff will set up by the doors closest to the cafeteria.

Again, the grab and go lunches are available for any child 18 and under regardless of whether they qualify for free and reduced-price meals or what school they attend.

The new sites are:

Angie Debo (16060 N. May Ave.)

Frontier (4901 Explorer Dr.)

Heritage (400 E. Sorghum Mill Rd. - on the east side of the building )

Northern Hills (901 E. Wayne St.)

Orvis Risner (2801 S. Rankin St.)

** Thank you to all of you who have offered to volunteer to hand out meals, we appreciate your kindness! For the safety of our students and staff, our Child Nutrition Team will be the only ones preparing and handing out meals. Thank you for understanding!

Additional Sites:

Children may pick up their meals in person or drive-thru (Ida Freeman and Sunset only) at the following locations at the following times:

• Ida Freeman Elementary School (12:30 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.)

• Sunset Elementary School (12:30 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.)

• Reed’s Landing Apts (10:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.)

• Uni-City Mobile Home Park (11:30 a.m. to Noon)

• Lamplighter Mobile Village (10:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.)

• Coffee Creek Apts (11:30 a.m. to Noon)

• Windrush Apts (12:30 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.)

For a master list of all locations click here: https://sites.google.com/edmondschools.net/learningresources/general-for-all/eps-eats?authuser=0

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When can we pick-up purchased items from school??

From the district as of 4/17/20:

We hope to be able to announce by late next week our plan for how elementary, middle school and high school students (except seniors) will pick up their personal belongings and drop off school equipment such as textbooks, library books and so on. Thank you for your patience as we develop this process.

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Edmond Public Schools Distant Learning Dashboard

Began April 6th and ends May 15th.

New Content Uploaded to EPS Learning Dashboard on Sundays

New content is uploaded to the EPS Learning Dashboard every Sunday at noon. Please encourage your child to do as many of the dashboard activities as possible. The skills addressed in the learning dashboard each week are key skills needed for the next grade level.

Remember, if you have a question that cannot be answered by site personnel, please reach out to us at Covid19@edmondschools.net.

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The district will be providing technical phone support to parents Monday-Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The phone number to call is (405)726-3333. We can help with student passwords, general use information for EPS iPads and EPS Chromebooks, Canvas, Infinite Campus, Zoom (elementary), Google Hangouts (secondary), and related issues. For questions pertaining to specific content delivery through SeeSaw, Capit, Prodigy, Epic, and IXL, parents should email their child’s teacher directly.
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Visit the EPS Website by clicking below or view your email for messages from Superintendent Towne about any new important Information.

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Need Help?

We have been offered resources to help our families including food, mental health resources, and more. If you need help, please call our Attendance Line (405) 726-4969 and leave a message telling us the type of help you need and your contact information.

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Heritage Elementary School Facebook

Follow Heritage Elementary School on Facebook! Stay up to date on school events & dates! Also, fun classroom and school activity photos!

Heritage Elementary PTO Facebook

Join our Heritage Elementary PTO Facebook Group for important information about upcoming events and fundraisers.


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🎉Last week‘s fun-filled Facebook Challenges🎉

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Word of the Week

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Hello Heritage Families,

We invite you to practice some of our Great Expectations concepts at HOME! Each week in S’MORE and on our Harmony Live on Facebook, we will be sharing our Life Principle, it’s definition, and a quote by a famous Oklahoman or one relating to our heritage. Life principles are character principles that we are teaching the students. We focus on a Life Principle for 2 weeks. We encourage YOU to discuss the Life Principle and practice using it. For enrichment, some families may enjoy doing a little research and learning about the person/people who gave us the quote. By partnering together, we can help children learn valuable character skills that will help them succeed as students and as adults.

Mental Health Resources

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*** 1-855-225-2726 ***

It's a tough time for everyone and talking about it can help. If you need someone to listen, remember our great partners at Mercy. The Call Sam (student assistance by Mercy) hotline is staffed by full-time counselors who are eager to assist you.

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Staying regulated can be hard sometimes! The following are some activities your kiddo will be familiar with and can be done at home. You may be surprised how much better they are able to follow directions and stay focused when you do some of these ahead of time! (Especially if they are having a hard time attending to a Zoom meeting with their class)

Calming Activities (when their “engine” is running too fast)

o Cotton Ball Blowing with a Straw

o Pretty simple! All you need is a straw and a cotton ball. Have your kiddo make their own path or create one for them yourself with masking tape or a line or pattern on the floor and have them follow the path by blowing the cotton ball! *Tip: Have them take a deep breath in between blows

o Walk the Figure 8

o Either create your own figure 8 on the floor with tape or guide them with an imaginary figure 8, walking slowly *the figure 8 should be large

o Yoga

o See attached yoga stretches for an idea or do your own

o Crab Walk

o Wall Push-up (10 or more)

o Trampoline (if you have one)

o When used as a calming activity, have them jump for 5 minutes or longer

o Cozy Corner

o Create a space in a quiet area with bean bags or pillows and an item or two that your child prefers (book, coloring sheet, etc.)

o Deep Pressure

o Give your child a “deep” massage using a ball

o Heavy Lifting

o Give your child a “job”, like carrying books to another room or let them help you rearrange furniture

o Swinging

o If you have a swing set or a rocking chair these are great calming tools

Alerting Activities (When their “engine” is running slow or they are tired)

o Wheelbarrow

o Have your child get on their hands and knees. Lift them off the floor, grabbing by their ankles, about a foot (or whatever height your feel appropriate) and instruct them to “walk” on their hands. (This activity can also be used as a Calming Activity if they do it for a longer duration.

o Wall Push-ups (less than 10)

o Trampoline (for a short time…1 – 2 minutes

o Jumping Jacks

o Hop on one Foot

o Eat something cold, like a popsicle

o Splash cool water on your face

o Crunchy Foods

o If you have a “hoppy ball” let them bounce for a few minutes

These are just a few ideas! If you need more, I have more!

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Hello Heritage Families!

Here are some easy tips, ideas and resources to help parents and caregivers support their child’s development at home. We recognize that a lot has changed in the past seven days, and now we’d like to provide resources to help meet other demands you may have.

Whether you have immediate needs like shelter and food, are looking for counseling services, or would like educational resources while schools are closed, Smart Start Central Oklahoma has compiled a list to help you manage certain aspects in this uncertain time.

Thank you for investing in your child (and yourself!), and don’t forget to follow us on social media for everyday learning tips and activities.


I Need to Meet Immediate Needs

  • 211 Oklahoma
    Information and referral services to meet a wide range of needs including food, housing, legal services, child care, mental health services, job programs, and literacy. 24 hours a day/7 days a week. Call 2-1-1 or Text “211OK” to 898211
  • Visit the SSCO Live Binder
    A list of community resources for parents and caregivers
  • Find School Meal Program Sites
  • Catholic Charities
    Emergency assistance available to all persons regardless of race, religion, ability to pay or national origin. Call 405-523-3000
  • Regional Food Bank
    Anyone in need of food assistance in central and western Oklahoma is encouraged to visit rfbo.org/get-help to locate a nearby food pantry or call 405-972-1111 during workday hours
  • OKCity Crisis Nursery
    Provides emergency care for children in times of crisis. Open 24 hours a day/7 days a week. Call or text 405-979-0706
  • Oklahoma Department of Human Services (DHS)
    Check eligibility for food benefits, Medicaid, SNAP, TANF, WIC, energy assistance, and more
  • Latino Community Development Agency
    Providing services to the Latino community. Call 405-236-0701
  • OKDOH Child Care Warmline
    Provides free telephone consultation and/or referrals to child care providers and parents on numerous topics of concern. Call 888-574-5437
  • Child Guidance Program
    Provides services to build healthy family relationships and enhance child development including Behavioral Health Services, Childhood Development and Parent Education Services, and Speech Language Services. Call 405-271-4477

I Need General Information on COVID-19

I Need Help with Mental Health and/or Abuse

I Need Free Remote Learning Resources

I Need Information on Self-Care

I am Pregnant or Have a New Baby

I Need Resources for My Child with Special Needs

Thank you and stay safe and healthy!
- Smart Start Central Oklahoma

📌 Helpful Learning Resources 📌

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📚Library Information 📚

All Edmond Public School students are eligible for Metropolitan Library system library cards. If you or your child does not currently have a card, you are still able to get one even though the libraries are closed. You can sign up by going to www.metrolibrary.org and clicking on the blue rectangle that says “Register a New Account”. The Metropolitan Library system offers free e-books, audiobooks, magazines, movies and more.

If you have any questions, please email Mrs. Drees at Marsha.Drees@edmondschools.net.

📚🎉Fun Reading Challenge🎉📚

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Edmond Public Schools Launches Mobile App to Keep Community Informed and Involved!

Edmond Public Schools has launched an official mobile app designed to enable parents, staff, and students to stay informed and up-to-date on important issues, information, and activities underway within the school community. The free app is available for download in the Apple and Android app stores by searching for Edmond Public Schools.

The app features push notifications so that users may be notified about important events, announcements, and news in real-time. Users have the ability to choose which of the district’s schools they would like to follow, making their app experience personal and school-specific.

Key features include:

· Push messaging from both the district and school sites

· News

· Google Calendars

· Online grade book and attendance

· Lunch Menus

· Athletic Information

· Language Translations

The mobile app replaces the district's previous app, SchoolWay, which abruptly ceased operations last summer. The app was developed in cooperation with Intrado, provider of School Messenger solutions.

Susan Parks-Schlepp

Public Information Officer/Director of Community Engagement

(w) 340-2858 (c) 659-5932

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Twitter: https://twitter.com/EdmondSchools

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2020-2021 Edmond Schools Calendar

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🚨Attention🚨 Next School Year, the First Day of School is Thursday, AUGUST 13 and the Last Day of School will be Wednesday, MAY 19th

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Hero Hustle Glow Run Sponsors

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Visit our Website NOW! Shop our Spirit Wear; make Donations; stay up to date with all of our upcoming events and fundraisers; important PTO information; Volunteer; and find out all the ways to help support Heritage!