Heritage Helping Hands Goes to Mexico

ABC 15 reports on Heritage Elementary staff members volunteering to spend their spring break building a house from the ground up for a family of five in Puerto Peñasco, Mexico.

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Heritage Teaches Many Lessons with Martial Arts

ABC15 reports on the many lessons children are learning at Heritage through Pee Wee Martial Arts classes. Principal Justin Dye said the program teaches self-discipline and strategies for de-escalating confrontational situations.

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Fox 10 Features Heritage Helping Hands

Students from Heritage Elementary School partnered with St. Mary’s Food Bank and Heritage Helping Hands, to distribute produce to members of the community and Heritage families in need, as reported by Fox 10.

Report on 12 News Praises Heritage Helping Hands

In an interview with 12 News, Vice Principal Sonia Camilli discusses the partnership between Heritage Helping Hands and local charities. Heritage students in Glendale have recently started a food drive to benefit St. Mary’s, St. Vincent de Paul, and fellow classmates whose families may need groceries. Heritage Helping Hands aims to teach students the benefits of selflessness, kindness, and good citizenship while helping those less fortunate.

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3TV Reports Live from Heritage for the Character Counts Event

A live report from 3TV included a visit to campus and chat with Principal Justin Dye about Heritage’s Character Counts Assembly, Not All Heroes Wear Capes. The special event recognized police officers for their service to the community and embodiment of the Six Pillars of Character.

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Heritage Elementary School Hosts Event to Honor Police Officers

Not All Heroes Wear Capes: Recognizing the Six Pillars of Character

GLENDALE, AZ (09/14/16) – Heritage Elementary School invites the police community of Glendale to campus for an event recognizing their service. On September 29 at 9 a.m., students will thank officers with an event called Not All Heroes Wear Capes, during which a representative from the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office will present to the students.

September is National Obesity Awareness Month

Heritage’s school nurse and dance coach, Ms. Colleen Baich, and her son talk with 3TV Phoenix about National Obesity Awareness Month. They discuss approaches for parents to talk to students about healthy eating and how Ms. Baich does this as a school nurse.

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