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  • Estes Hills Elementary Science Fair!

    We will host our annual Science Fair event on April 16, 2019. Students in 2nd-5th grade are invited to complete a project to be displayed at the fair. For more information and to sign-up click the following links:
     
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  • Public School Foundation 5K for Education

    Sign up to run or walk with our teachers and friends at the Public School Foundation 5K for Education on Saturday, March 16 at 9 am.

    The PSF 5K for Education will celebrate its sixth year of supporting our teachers, our schools and our community. It is a great fun-filled community event which promotes health and fitness and school spirit!

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  • Estes Hills' 60th Year of Celebration!

    The whole Eagle Family is invited to all events!  Everyone is Welcome!!

    Estes Hills is continuing the celebration throughout the year on 60th Fridays (and one Thursday).  The dates are:

    September 28 - Alumni and Former Staff Reading to Classes
    October 26 - School-wide photo on the blacktop
    November 30 - Remembering and Learning About the 50s and 60s
    January 25 - Remembering and Learning About the 70s
    February 22 - Remembering and Learning About the 80s
    March 21 -Thursday - Remembering and Learning About the 90s
    April 26 - Estes Hills in the New Century
    May 18 - Saturday - End of Year Bash!

    These are casual events during the school day - no speeches or program - just an opportunity for Estes Hills to celebrate 60 wonderful years with the whole Eagle Family. We hope EVERYONE will be able to join us for some of the events.

    Details for each month are still being worked out so if you have ideas to share or would like to help, please email esteshills60years@gmail.com

     

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  • Estes Hills Community Looks for the Good

    From February 11 to February 22, EHES participated in the nationally recognized “Look for the Good” gratitude campaign, but it’s already evident the impact and deeper sense of connection and positivity will last far beyond 10 days.

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  • Hour of Code Spreads Excitement about Digital Learning

    Since December 3, Hour of Code sessions have taken place in elementary classrooms across the district: children gathered in circles on the carpet, watching as teachers and technology facilitators modeled coding activities. Once the demonstrations were finished, children practiced new steps in programming with devices like Cubettos, Bee-Bots and Spheros. The level of joy and energy was high, and very few of the students even realized they were learning, instead of “just” having fun.

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  • Estes Hills Elementary Welcomes a New Garden Sculpture

    Guy Solie, a Durham artist, says that his creative objective is simply to “make you smile.” A new 15 foot sculpture in front of Estes Hills Elementary School has already brought smiles to hundreds of students, parents and staff, and the joyous impact will continue to be yet another celebration of the sixty years of the school and its community.

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  • Elementary Schools Host Bring a Guest to Lunch Day

    The first Child Nutrition event of the school year, Bring a Guest to Lunch Day, has become a cherished tradition. The 11 CHCCS elementary schools all participate, with some schools hosting more than 75 parents, grandparents and other adults on the designated day.

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  • District Launches New Tip Line

    The Tip Line link can be found on the front page of the new district website in the "Quick Links" section and on the front page of each individual school website.

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