Super Citizens for December
The following students from St. Helens Elementary School were named Super Citizen of the month for January. Chosen for their Academics, Star Behavior and Recess expectations, they received an award and had lunch with Principal, Mrs. Nikki Reese.
Back Row: Lizbeth Lopez-Robles, Talissa Sharer, JayLynn Larkin, Eva Gonzalez, Gavin Bastin, Aiden Evans, Brooklynn Gindhart, Alex Rodriguez-Valencia, Mrs. Reese;
Front Row: Isaiah Ramirez, Miguel Clark, Miguel Ruelas, Maricella Villa, Kade Oliver
Not Pictured: Nick Vath, Tia Wesson
Super Star of the Week
February 16th – 20th
Kdg: Chris Banister,Maxten Darvell ,Kaylee Kahoe
1st Grade: Ruby Rodriguez, Ava Frye,Yadira Cancinco
2nd Grade: Ivan Robles, Dennis Aguilar,Kaylynn Puckett
3rd Grade: Michael Haas, Luis Gomez-Bracken
4th Grade: Cortney Harvil, Darius Jones
5th Grade: Jayla Clark, Nolan Rawson
Kdg: Aurora McCoy, Rylan Burleson, Christian Coalman
1st grade: Alex Rodriguez, Jason Adams, Brooke Moyer
2nd grade: Leon Cervantes, Annaleah Rojas, Sebastian Gianuario
3rd grade: Erik Cruz-Organista Chloey Towne
4th grade: Nina Clark, Kasinda Page
5th grade: Nicole Tosh, Logan DeDeaux-Olds
Kdg: Sophia Ruff, Isaiah Ramirez
1st grade: Miranda Young, Payton Miller
2nd grade: Thomas Crowl, Raymond Rice, Mariposa Perez
3rd grade: Lexi De La Trinidad, Aubrey Foreman
4th grade: Giovanni Gonzales, Humberto Rosas-Munoz
5th grade: Yazmin Ibarra
Zero to Hero Math Night
- Some Wonder Students show parents how it is done
- Looks just like Mrs. Schiller and Mr. Hooper!
- More Wonder Students at work
“Zero to Hero” themed math night that was held the evening of January 29th. We had just over 150 students and 70+ adults! Staff and students came decked out in their favorite super hero attire! We even had a guest appearance by Wonder Woman (a.k.a Mrs. Schiller) and Captain America (a.k.a. Mr. Hooper)!
Thank you Longview Professional Firefighters Association!
Local Longview Firefighters (L to R) Russ Reese, Mike Scott, Dave Lamb, and Justin Noel are pictured here with very thankful students from St. Helens Elementary School. The coats were donated by the Longview Professional Firefighters Association. The association purchased the coats from Operation Warm. Operation Warm is company here in the United States and has been fulfilling orders such as this one for the last 4 years all across the nation.
New School Hours
- Breakfast is served in the gym from 7:45 – 8:15
- School starts and tardy bell rings at 8:30
- School releases at 3:00
Early Release Wednesdays
Every Wednesday, beginning on September 10th, 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.
Brightening up Longview
On Saturday, May 3rd, St. Helens showed up to spruce up the parking spaces ad Happy Kids Dental. Hold your mouse over the picture to see what it looks like when people will drive up to the space. Some of the artists below. Over all Angelina, Kian, Marcos, Tahtyonna, Ariel, Luptia all helped out.
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.
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Information will be posted before 6 a.m.