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    More Donations are Needed for our Largest Fundraiser

    The more items we have, the more there is to bid on and the more money Heritage earns! Funds will be used to cover operating expenses so that the school’s budget can be used for teachers, EAs and staff. This will keep class sizes small!

    Does your company sponsor events or donate products/services? Can you ask your favorite resort, restaurant, store, entertainment spot or spa for donations? We could use your help!

    All donations are tax-deductible! Here’s the letter you’ll need for sponsorships or this letterand donation form with you to make solicitations easy!

  • Page to Stage: Alice in Wonderland

    Douglas County Libraries continues its long tradition of bringing children's theater to Douglas County Schools in the form of Page to State Productions! April 3rd @ 9:30.

  • Leave Your Legacy with a Personalized Heritage Brick

    Buy a tax-deductible brick to be placed in our Heritage garden and personalize it with a special message about your child or family! This is a great way to honor your graduating 6th grader or your budding kindergartener! Cost is $30-$50 depending on size and orders are due Apr. 1We are installing all bricks ordered to date later this spring; thank you for your patience if you already purchased one!

  • AFW - Shop and HE Wins
  • Love Books?

    Love Books?  Love Kids?  We are in need of volunteers in our library.  If you are interested in helping, please fill out this form.

  • HE is a Top Public Elementary

    Heritage named one of the Top Elementary School by 5280 magazine!

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  • Silent Auction

    Save the Date for the Kentucky Derby-themed Silent Auction

    Dust off your Kentucky Derby gear and get ready for our Silent Auction, which will be held the evening of Friday, Apr. 28. More details to come!

  • Kindergarten Registration

    Kindie Registration begins December 1st8:00-3:30.  Please bring completed paperwork, proof of residency, birth certificate and immunizations.  Click here to access the forms.

  • Jump Rope for Heart is Feb. 24

    Pledge forms are due Feb. 24, when we jump rope in support of heart research. Our goal is to raise $10,000. Contact Mrs. Conry with questions.  

  • More Donations are Needed for our Largest Fundraiser

    The more items we have, the more there is to bid on and the more money Heritage earns! Funds will be used to cover operating expenses so that the school’s budget can be used for teachers, EAs and staff. This will keep class sizes small!

    Does your company sponsor events or donate products/services? Can you ask your favorite resort, restaurant, store, entertainment spot or spa for donations? We could use your help!

    All donations are tax-deductible! Here’s the letter you’ll need for sponsorships or this letterand donation form with you to make solicitations easy!

  • Douglas County Libraries continues its long tradition of bringing children's theater to Douglas County Schools in the form of Page to State Productions! April 3rd @ 9:30.

  • Buy a tax-deductible brick to be placed in our Heritage garden and personalize it with a special message about your child or family! This is a great way to honor your graduating 6th grader or your budding kindergartener! Cost is $30-$50 depending on size and orders are due Apr. 1We are installing all bricks ordered to date later this spring; thank you for your patience if you already purchased one!

3350 Summit View Pkwy
Highlands Ranch, CO  80126
Office Hours:   8:00 - 4:00
School Hours:  8:35 - 3:35
Main Phone:  303-387-6725
Attendance:   303-387-6727
Fax: 303-387-6726

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Kindness Keeper Leadership Team Creates “You Rock” Recognition Program

 

Kudos to these 6th graders for encouraging kindness and compassion throughout Heritage. They created a “You Rock” campaign to recognize students who exemplify these values. We’re proud they are putting their leadership skills to work for good!

What's your Genuis?

Your expertise is a powerful gift that deserves to be shared.

If you have been a part of a community or workforce where your knowledge, experience, and unique set of skills could benefit our students, we want to hear about it! Click here to fill out a short form to add yourself to our data base.

We thank you for your interest in wanting to collaborate with students and staff at Heritage Elementary.

Makery

Help us Make our Makery!  We are constructing an amazing space for students to prototype their ideas and projects.  But we need a little help.  Please look around your house for some of the items on our list.  If you have materials you can contribute, please send them to school.  Be watching for a "makery" collection box coming soon. Supply List: Click Here

Chickens

Chickens@HeritageElementary

Follow the Glorious Adventures of the HE chickens: Frenchy, Pebbles, Cherry and Ozzy. Watch the changes in the garden from season to season, and the different crops Heritage grows. Discover with the students learning about sustainability. 

Blog

YouTube Channel

 
Ready to buy eggs from the Heritage Hens?  The hens are fed organic food, as well as leftovers from the Heritages students in the cafeteria.  Nothing is wasted!
 
 
 

School Spirit Gear

Need some Heritage Spirit gear?

Heritage has t-shirts, hoodies, pajamas, hats and other spirit wear.

Makes great gifts and supports our school. Available in youth, men and women’s sizes.

Show your Heritage Spirit by purchasing from PTO.

Please click here to order

 

Lunch Menu

School News

Student Council's next spirit day is CRAZY Day on Friday! Students and staff are encouraged to wear lots of color, crazy socks, unmatched shoes/clothes, inside out/backwards clothes, and crazy hairstyles.
 
The primary and intermediate classes with the most crazy spirit will be recognized by Student Council! More information to come this week about the spirit competition!

Jump Rope for Heart is this Friday!  

We have raised over $4,000 so far!  The class that raises the most money will earn a PE party.  The winning class a fun PE party! Once the event is over and all money is totaled I will let everyone know who won the PE party!  
 

This year all specials teachers are involved and on Friday we will be doing a rotating schedule.  Specials times will be the same time like the regular specials schedule. 

 

Intermediate & Kindergarten Schedule:
Students will rotate every 11 minutes.  
Art- will help students in making a heart collage
PE & Music -jumping in the gym
STEAM-heart stations set up in classroom where students can move around and learn about the heart.  
 
Primary:
Students will rotate every 15 minutes.
Art- will help students in making a heart collage
PE & Music - jumping in the gym
 
If you have any questions please don't hesitate to ask!  

Restaurant Night at Rubio’s on Feb. 22

Enjoy a yummy meal out and save the cooking for another day. Swing by Rubio’s onWednesday, Feb. 22. Mention Heritage and our school will receive a portion of the proceeds.