Huntington Place Elementary School

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  • Click here to view and print 2021-2022 3rd Grade supply list 

    Click here to view and print 2021-2022 4th Grade supply list 

    Click here to view GATE supply list

     

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    Looking Ahead: 

    SEPTEMBER:

    Sept 30th- Fall Pictures: These pictures will be for the yearbook.

    Smile!

     

     

    Oct. 6 : Walk to School Day!

     

    Oct. : 11-12: Students out of school 

    PD Day for Teachers. 

     

    Oct 18-22: Book Fair 

    Read More Books!

     

     

    Oct. 21: Make-up School picture day

     

    Oct. 25-29 Red Ribbon Week

    red ribbon

     

     

     

    Oct. 29: Halloween Dress up day

     

     Oct 5th:  4th Grade Curriculum Night (with Mrs. Keefer's class) 6-6:30 pm classroom 6:30-7 in the lunchroom 

    Oct 7th: 3rd Grade Curriculum Night 6-6:30 pm classroom 6:30-7 pm in the lunchroom (Keefer's class will not meet this night)

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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  • welcome

    Welcome to HPES! Please click on the link below to view our HPES Virtual Tour.  https://youtu.be/l2hvCBLmcwM

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  • National School of Character

    Huntington Place has been named a 2020 National School of Character. This is a testimony to the hard work and dedication of our teachers, students, and parents. Huntington Place is one of 84 schools certified as a National School of Character by Character.org. This distinction was given to Huntington because of its commitment to teaching our students our core values of honesty, kindness, compassion, respect, and responsibility. We refer to them as the Wildcat Way. Our goal is to inspire students to be people of character who go into our communities and are willing to stand up for what is right. We commend the efforts of so many who have supported us in our journey to be a National School of Character.

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