8/27/18 - 8/30/18
100 N. East Street
Pickerington, OH 43147
(614) 833-6385 - phone
(614) 833-6415 - fax
Principal - Mr. Chad Rice - email@example.com
Counselor - Mrs. Marieca Mattox - firstname.lastname@example.org
School Nurse - Mrs. Marni Dreher - email@example.com
Secretary - Mrs. Katie Thielman - firstname.lastname@example.org
Office Assistant - Mrs. Lisa Karavakis - email@example.com
8/31/18 - NO SCHOOL - Professional Development
9/3/18 - NO SCHOOL - Labor Day
9/5/18 - 2 Hr Late Start - Professional Development
9/7/18 - Fall Picture Day
9/29/18 - CommUNITY Fair - Central H.S.
1st - 4th Grade 9:15 - 4:05
AM Kindergarten 9:15 - 12:15
PM Kindergarten 1:05 - 4:05
Two Hour Delay Schedule:
1st - 4th Grade 11:15 - 4:05
AM Kindergarten 11:15 - 1:15
PM Kindergarten 2:00 - 4:05
1st Grade 12:15 to 1:00 pm
3rd Grade 12:30 to 1:15 pm
2nd Grade 12:45 to 1:30 pm
TECHNOLOGY PROTECTION PLAN
This plan is available for all students grades K-12 for the 2018-2019 school year.
Coverage and Benefit
This annual agreement covers the Chromebook or iPad (“device”) loaned to the student against the following accidental damage costs. This agreement costs $40 per student per school year for a total of $400 worth of repairs, replacement and/or labor costs. Any costs above and beyond $400 will the responsibility of the guardians/student. The charger is NOT covered and is the sole responsibility of the student/parent. Coverage is 24 hours per day. Damage(s) due to intentional reckless, willful, wanton and/or malicious conduct is not covered.
Effective Date and Expiration
Coverage is effective from the date this technology protection plan is purchased through Infinite Campus. Subject to immediate termination for the failure to timely pay the premium, the coverage shall end on the date that the device is required to be returned to the school, whether or not that device is returned to the school by that date. This is an annual plan.
The total annual premium cost is $40 for the 2018-19 school year. Payment is due by September 14, 2018 for the plan to continue to be in effect. The Technology Protection Plan is non-refundable. The Building Administrator, in its sole discretion, will determine if damages were due to intentional, reckless, willful, wanton and/or malicious conduct. This is an annual plan, previously purchased PLSD Technology Protection Plans will NOT cover the new school year. This fee is not subject to waiver for free and reduced students as it is totally an OPTIONAL fee; students/parents are NOT required to have this coverage.
How to Purchase the Technology Protection Plan
To purchase the Technology Protection Plan, log into your Infinite Campus Parent Portal and under the fees section, there is an optional purchase, Technology Protection Plan. Purchase and pay for the plan for it to be active. Reminder this is an annual plan and does NOT extend from one school year to the next.
If the Technology Protection Plan is Not Purchased
All damages and replacement parts will be charged at the current market rate with a labor fee of $40-$100 determined by the repair. Damage fees without the Technology Protection Plan will range between $50 – $300. If the cost of the damage exceeds $300, then a new device will be issued at the cost of $300. All damage, replacement parts and labor costs will be applied through the parent portal in Infinite Campus.
If Your Device is Damaged (if you have the Technology Protection Plan or Not)
Take your device to the Media Center and inform the Media Center Specialist/Aide what the issue is with the device. A loaner device will be supplied during the time in which your issued device is being repaired. Loaner devices are only available to students that have submitted a damaged device to the Media Center.
THE DOMINO'S FUNDRAISER!
- The card is good for by a large pizza, get a large pizza FREE!
- The Card sells for $10.00.
- If you use the card just one time, it more than pays for itself!
- Use the card as many times as you would like until Sunday, June 30, 2019.
- Great for parties! Buy 10 large pizzas, get 10 large pizzas FREE!
- The SLICE THE PRICE card is valid for delivery or carryout!
HOW THE PROGRAM WORKS
- Turn in order forms and money on Friday, September 14, 2018.
- Cash accepted or make checks payable to: Heritage Elementary PTO.
- Please call our HOTLINE with any questions: 866-252-6103. Your Event ID is 27885.
SLICE THE PRICE OF PIZZA & HELP SUPPORT OUR SCHOOL!
FROM THE MEDIA CENTER
Hi Heritage Family,
The Library is off to a great start, all students, with the exception of Mrs. Lyons Kindergarden class, had the opportunity to check books out this week! The students were taught how to take care of their Library Books, ask them what they should and should not do with their Library Books!!! Below are directions on how to use the "Heritage On-Line Catalog" from Home! Happy BOOK Hunting!!!
Heritage Elementary Media Center On-Line Catalog
How to get to the Heritage On-Line Catalog from your HOME!
This will take you to the CAT & CATJr. Screen
2. Click on the BLUE CATJr. Screen
3. You are in!! You may search by Author, Title, Subject or Series
4. Most records have AR levels or you may Click on the GREEN box “Reading Programs” & Type in an AR range
HAVE FUN AND EXPLORE ALL THE BOOKS THAT OUR MEDIA CENTER AT HERITAGE HAS TO OFFER!
The Pickerington Plan for Progress
Dear Heritage Elementary Community,
Pickerington Schools is developing The Pickerington Plan for Progress, a roadmap for the future that ensures we are attaining greater levels of efficiency, reaching a higher level of community trust, and graduating students that are prepared for today’s world.
The Plan for Progress will focus on three key goals:
Academic Excellence – What must we do to engage all our students in relevant and rich learning experiences that will prepare them for career, college, and life?
Efficient Operations – What can we do to maximize resources and ensure the district is operating efficiently?
Modern Facilities – Do our facilities reflect the environment needed to be successful in today’s world?
Our hope is to have our Plan for Progress completed this school year and for it to serve as a connection between schools and community that reflects resident and staff input, values, priorities.
We need your input to ensure our priorities match the priorities of our community!
Mr. Rice will hold an informal public presentation about the Plan for Progress on September 20th, during our PTO meeting. Parents and staff members are invited to hear about the Plan for Progress and discuss their ideas for the district’s future.
We also encourage you to visit our district website at www.pickerington.k12.oh.us/p4p/ to learn about the Plan for Progress. While there, click on the link that will allow you to take a brief survey in which you may share your priorities in the areas of academic excellence, efficient operations, and modern facilities.
Pickerington Schools also will hold two informal public events in September. At these events, the community is invited to hear about the Plan for Progress and discuss their ideas for the district’s future with our superintendent, Dr. Chris Briggs. The events will be:
6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 12, at the Sycamore Plaza Branch of the Pickerington Library (across from Pickerington High School North.)
6:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 24, at the main branch of the Pickerington Library (off Opportunity Way near Pickerington High School Central.)
We look forward to hearing from you and hearing your thoughts as we develop the Plan for Progress, which will pave the way into the future for Pickerington Schools.
Weekend Food Program
Violet Baptist Church
This program was created to help those families in need of meals for their children over the weekend. This is a wonderful program that helps those families in need within the PLSD.
What it is:
Food provided per student for 3 meals a day over Saturday and Sunday.
The food will be dropped off at the school office on Fridays.
The appropriate student will be notified and will come to retrieve their food bag.
We follow the school calendar & inclement weather schedule. No deliveries on Friday if no school. If we do know of a long weekend, we can arrange to drop for 3 days worth of meals. We have been approached by Mid Ohio Food Bank and have partnered with them to grow this program. Violet Baptist Church has volunteered to host the program and recruit volunteers from the community to join at VBC weekly to pack the food and distribute to the appropriate schools. Again, HOPE does not know whom the recipients are in order to keep strict confidentiality. If there is a food allergy we do identify that up front.
We keep strict guidelines on safety at the elementary levels for food prep. No food that needs a can opener, heat or microwave for little hands and safety. This changes for the upper levels. Also, we keep records for food safety and handling according to the standards set by the FDA and have completed training for such at Mid Ohio.
Lastly, this is no strings attached. Absolutely FREE for the student. If a household has more than one student, each student would receive a bag of food.
Please contact Marieca Mattox, School Counselor at Heritage Elementary School, if you are interested in this program or would like to learn more about it.
Phone: 614-833-6385 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Pickerington Schools will celebrate its third annual CommUNITY Fair from 11 am to 2 pm Saturday, September 29, at Pickerington High School Central. The event spotlights and celebrates the diversity that is Pickerington!
Organizers are looking for families who would like to participate in the event and help share their cultures with the rest of the community. Families can participate in various ways.
If your family is interested in participating, just fill out this quick form ( https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScaD3XKcY1AiQE2U_bqEb6740jwyiYe06m_ZMpZHrsMWXzl4Q/viewform?c=0&w=1) by Thursday, August 30. CommUNITY Fair coordinators will contact you closer to the event to arrange the details.
Please contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Drop Off Map
Heritage Elementary School
Morning Parent Drop Off
9:00 a.m. to 9:15 a.m.
1. Any child being dropped off in a car will need to take Northern Avenue to Lakeview Drive and turn right onto the school grounds. Students will be dropped off on the playground. Please note: Law enforcement is requesting parents to utilize North Center Street and enter the school from the north side of either East Street or Lakeview Drive.
2. Please be courteous to the cars around you and make sure that when you pull onto the school grounds your student is ready to get out of the car in order to keep the line moving. If your student exits your car on the passenger side, please allow them to cross in front of your car before you move to ensure their safety.
3. We ask that cars remain in a single file line and do not pass the car in front of them. Exit onto East Street will be right turn only.
4. Busses will be dropping students off in front of the school. Reminder: State law states that when a bus has its red lights flashing and the “Stop” sign out, cars cannot pass the bus in either direction.
Any student arriving after 9:15 will need to be walked into the building and signed in by an adult. You will need to use the front entrance for late arrivals.
During Pick-Up, busses will pick up students from the playground and parents can pick up students on North East Street in front of the main office/cafeteria.
Kindergarten Pick-Up & Drop-Off:
Kindergarteners may be dropped off and picked up on North East Street in front of the main office. Please keep in mind that busses will also be utilizing this area for kindergarten drop-off and pick-up.