The Peoria Times reports on Heritage Elementary families and staff members who volunteered to spend their spring break building a house for a homeless family in Puerto Peñasco, Mexico.Read More
Heritage Principal Justin Dye was interviewed for an article in The Glendale Star, which features the school’s annual trip to Mexico to build homes for the homeless.Read More
Dodger Blue features Heritage students, who were invited to participate in an all-inclusive Dodgers spring training game day experience. Heritage students each enjoyed a complimentary ticket, ride to the game, t-shirt, and boxed lunch.Read More
Vice Principal Cynthia Mendoza was featured in an interview on 3TV’s Good Morning Arizona discussing ways parents can help students deal with test anxiety and offering tips on how to avoid fear of tests.
The LA Dodgers sent luxury buses to HES, picked up 80 students and gave them a Dodger’s t-shirt, food and the thrill of a close game with the Cleveland Indians! Known for their community service, this is the third-straight year that the Dodgers have picked up the tab for HES Students.Read More
The Glendale Star reports that the Heritage Boys Basketball and Girls Softball teams have accomplished something for Heritage which no school has ever done before: They’ve both won state titles in the same year! Heritage coach Troy Miletta tells how this winning year came about.Read More
During Spring Break, many Heritage families and staff took a trip to Rocky Point to build a home for a homeless family. The philanthropic venture caught the attention of Fox 10 News, where Principal Justin Dye was invited to discuss the generous support that Heritage families give to those less fortunate.Read More
Principal Justin Dye was interviewed on Fox 10 News where he discussed the work that Heritage, in conjunction with 1Mission, does to help needy families in Mexico. Each year, Heritage families and staff go to Rocky Point over spring break and build a home for a family in need. Principal Dye said, “At Heritage, we talk a lot about families in need and reaching out. The family we’ll be helping has a weekly income of $65 for a family of five, which students find very eye-opening.” This year’s trip is from March 9 to March 12.Read More
Heritage Elementary was featured on Fox 10 News in a report showing students excitedly watching resident teacher band, Heritage Live, rehearse for the Back-To-School Bash, taking place on August 25. Heritage Live is comprised of Heritage teachers and staff.
This summer, Heritage Elementary and Liberty Traditional are providing free breakfast and lunch to kids and teens until July 14, through the USDA’s Summer Food Program. In the report, Liberty Traditional’s Principal, Jeremy Parker, said, “We provide an opportunity for kids to get the nourishment and vitamins they need to stay fit and healthy.”Read More
When summer comes and the National School Lunch Program ends, many Arizona students wonder where their next meal will come from. Heritage principal, Justin Dye, tells The Arizona Republic that Heritage’s participation in the USDA’s Summer Meal Program will help ensure Glendale’s kids don’t go hungry.Read More