Summer hours are 8 – 4 through June 24th, when we close for summer, and the same hours when the office re-opens on August 25th. Have a great summer!
Happy Kids Dentistry Parking Lot Painting
On Saturday, May 14th, St. Helens participated in Happy Kids Dentistry Parking Lot Painting. Our students did a great job of painting as seen in this picture.
Check out those hands!
Citizens of the Month for May
The St. Helens Elementary School Citizens of the Month for May 2016.
Front Row: Ivan Lopez, Gabby Casanova, Chevelle Toney, Kilie Ball, Kaden Swanson, AileiAnna Parcel, Michelle Rahier and Ashley Retherford
Back Row: Kasinda Page, Jordan Bugg, Hector Carapia-Velarde, Zac Butts, Breanna Epperson, Aurora Monroy-Lee, Emma Barto and Principal Nikki Reese
Not Pictured: Malaqui Garcia
Super Star Citizens of the Week
Below are the names of the St. Helens Elementary School Super Star Citizens of the Week for the week of June 6 through the 10th:
Kindergarten: Amy Bossy, Xavier Rosales, Carson Huntington, Sariah Jarrett, Jaelynn Vazquez, Omar Ruelas, Cynthia Ables and Kyra Hay
1st Grade: Kilie Ball, Caitie Jo Palmer, Caleb Baker, Morelia Roldan-Reid, Journey Barksdale, Miguel Clark, Yamileth Rodriguez, Sophia Ruff and Michelle Rahier
2nd Grade: Kaelyn Collins, Alaina Cave, Bk Bossy, Diego Gonzalez, Andres Orozco-Stansbery, Maricella Villa, Angel Routh, Rodolfo Martinez Cruz and Alex Rodriguez-Valencia
3rd Grade: Leo Richardson, Aidan Evans, Hector Carapia-Velarde, Uzziel Cordero, Emery Chavez, Alejandro Ruelas, Donnie Ball, David Garcia and Grantie DeWitt
4th Grade: Luis Gomez-Bracken, Jasmin Escorcia, Archer Allred, Ryan Blankenship, Aubrey Foreman and Darrell Garcia
5th Grade: Humberto Rosas, Jose Cortez Gaucin, Adrian Mohammad, Yesenia Rodriguez, Chloe Ervig and Jaquan Taylor
Community invited to information sessions on long-range facility planning
A staff-citizen committee is developing a plan to address the district’s long-range building needs, and they want to hear your ideas. See more
Our Zero the Hero Math Night was a huge success. We had just under 300 children and adults attend! Wonder Woman and Captain America made a showing again. Mrs. Reese's son, Konner, was Captain America’s (aka Mr. Hooper) “Mini-Mi”. Thank you to all of our wonderful families for taking time out of their busy night to attend the event! See images....
Come on Mrs. Reese...Lucy won't bite!
The Reptile Man stopped by St. Helens for a visit on November 24th. Students and staff enjoyed an hour of seeing and learning about a variety of reptiles. Lucy the Alligator was a huge hit with the students! Mrs. Reese even mustered up enough courage to hold Lucy for a quick pic! See more pictures...
It’s a great day at St. Helens. We kicked off our morning on November 4th with our annual staff photo.
This year’s backdrop was graciously provided by St. Helens PE teacher, Darcy Campbell. The “Limo of Boom” brought smiles to adults and student’s faces this morning. What a great way to start our day. Go hawks and Super Stars!
School Hours – 8:30-3:00,
3rd-5th Grade 11:20-11:50
Kindergarten-2nd grade , 11:50-12:20
Early Release Wednesdays
Every Wednesday, beginning on September 9th, there will be a one hour early release. Students will be released at 2:00. This will take the place of what was late start Wednesdays last year.
Need to leave a message for your child?
In order to maximize the learning time for our students, we are asking parents/guardians to call the office by 2:30 to leave a message for a child. Any calls received after that time may not reach your child.
We appreciate your support with this and also avoiding early check-outs as much as possible.
What do we do when the weather or other emergency impacts out school day?
Our school hours and other emergency info can be found on the Longview School District website. You will find info about bus snow routes and hours of school operations.
In addition to local radio stations announcing weather delays, you would like to get notices sent to your my email. Sign up for a free service called "Flash Alert". Please note: you must subscribe and keep your contact information updated; some spam filters block these messages; you can get messages pushed to your smart phone or tablet with the FlashAlert Messenger App. Info is on the FlashAlert signup site.
Information will be posted before 6 a.m.