Show Off Your School Pride

Be a Heritage superstar with your very own school hoodie. Simply complete this form and drop it off at the school office. After, you’ll be on your way to winning best dressed!

Start the Reading Challenge Today

Show off how much you read by completing and submitting a reading log by December 18. The top three students in each grade will be awarded prizes before Winter Break. Parents must sign off on the pages logged each night.

Autumnal Equinox

Fall begins every year on the day of the autumnal equinox. Typically, this event takes place on September 22 or 23. This year, the equinox will happen on September 22 at 1:02 p.m. MST.

Mark Your Calendar for Family Night

Everyone is welcome to attend Family Night at Peter Piper Pizza, on September 28, 5-8 p.m. Join us for an evening of pizza, games, socializing, and family fun!

Fall Dances Will Light Up the Night

All students are invited to attend Neon Night, Heritage’s Fall Dances, on Friday, September 22, from 6-8 p.m. We’ll have a DJ, concessions, photo booth, and fun surprises.

A Helping Hand with Homework

Parents will do anything for their children. So, it should come as no surprise that when children are agonizing over nightly homework assignments, parents are eager to alleviate the pain by offering their help. This raises several questions: What are the best ways to help kids with homework, and how much help is too much?

Dance the Night Away With Heritage Live

Come for an evening of music and dancing at our free Heritage Live Back-to-School Bash on August 25, featuring Remix Youth and special surprise guests. Sponsored by Heritage Elementary and Turning Leaf Community Church.

Who’s Got Spirit?

Show your Falcon spirit at the Dance and Cheer Tryouts this week, August 14, 15, and 17 from 3:15 to 5 p.m. Students who dance their way to the top will learn sideline and halftime cheers, stunts, and tumbling for performance and competitions.

The Great American Solar Eclipse

Here are two fortuitously coincidental facts: the sun is approximately 400 times further away from us as the moon, and the moon is approximately 400 times smaller than the sun. Because of that cosmic congruence, the moon and the sun appear to be the same size. The reason it’s fortuitous is that, during a solar eclipse, the moon exactly covers the face of the sun, allowing spectators a rare chance to see the sun’s atmosphere, or corona.

Wanted: 4th and 5th Grade Ninja Artists

Students in grades 4-5 who want to express their artistic creativity, are invited to join Ms. E’s Ninja Artists Club and expand their drawing, compositional, and mixed media skills. Parents or guardians are welcome to join in!