Sandy Hook Elementary Primary Plays Cancelled
Tuesday, December 10, 2013
Due to cancellation of school, Sandy Hook Elementary Primary Plays scheduled for tonight (December 10, 2013) have been CANCELLED. We will reschedule and post the new date as soon as possible. Thank you!
Senator Blevins Visits SHE
Monday, December 09, 2013
Sandy Hook Elementary's 4th grade class had the opportunity to welcome Senator Walter "Doc" Blevins. Mrs. Mayse's and Mrs. Elam's classes have been studying levels and branches of government in their social studies class as well as the exploration of career opportunities with their practical living course. Senator Blevins shared the importance of being a citizen, their responsibilities, and how students can become involved in their government. The students contributed well-received questions which supplemented their lessons learned in class. Through this personal experience, the students have been able to apply their recent knowledge and embed new connections. Sandy Hook Elementary appreciates Senator Blevins for making room for us with his busy schedule. Thank you, Senator Blevins, for your commitment to education!
High Attendance Day Emphasizes Importance of Class Time for Kentucky Students
Friday, September 06, 2013
Regular attendance is essential for success in school. By attending class regularly, a student is more likely to keep up with the daily lessons and assignments, and achieve academic performance benchmarks on time. Research reflects that a child's attendance record is one of the strongest single predictors of their academic success.
Afternoon Pick-up Time Changes
Sunday, August 11, 2013
For the safety of our students, beginning on Monday, August 12, 2013, the doors to the cafeteria will be unlocked at 3:10 pm for parents/guardians to come into the cafeteria and pick up their children. Thank you so much for all you do to keep our students safe!!!
Science Fun Camp
Tuesday, July 16, 2013
Elementary students from across the Elliott County District participated in a week of science fun at the Science Fun Camp! Students worked independently, with partners and whole groups to complete hands-on scieince projects. Just a few on the projects included the construction of relief maps, measuring the acidity or alkalinity (acid or base) of various solutions, making some "goo" and taking a field trip to COSI!!! Log on to the link to read more about the camp and look at the pictures of how much FUN science is!!!
School Calendar - 2013-2014
Monday, July 08, 2013
For your convenience, this is the Elliott County Board of Education approved calendar 2013-2014.