Hocking Hills Elementary
Welcome to the Hocking Hills Elementary Web Site. We are committed in the 2021-22 school year to engage students through education that empowers them to succeed!
: Parents- take a look at the changes to the Medication Policy. A complete list of available medical supplies, along with information regarding prescription and over the counter medication can be found under the "Documents" link to the right.
Check out this month's activities, parent letters, and other information under the Documents
section. Please feel free to contact the school if you have any questions.
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Please be aware that fall picture day has been moved to September 10 at Hocking Hills Elementary. Order forms and flyers were not able to be shipped in time for our original date. Please have your child get their picture taken even if you are not planning on purchasing photos. It is important to have an up to date photo on file for safety and security purposes each school year.
Parents and Guardians,
I hope everyone had a great summer! It is exciting to begin the 2021-2022.
We look forward to seeing you at open house to kick off the year! We have folders prepared and all pertinent information will be included in those for distribution during Open House. If you are unable to attend, the folders will be sent home with your child the first day of school.
Representatives will be present from the Transportation Department, the Hocking Hills PTO, Before and After C...
November 19, 2020
Dear Hocking Hills families,
I am sending this correspondence home just to clarify how we plan to continue to educate children during our brief remote learning venture. As you are likely aware, we will shift to remote learning on Monday, November 23, 2020 and continue remote lessons until the end of day on December 4, 2020. We will resume face to face and in building learning on December 7, 2020. Just like a normal school day, we have expectations that students connect w...
Here is a link to our Veteran's Day tribute. I hope you all enjoy, especially the members and former members of our armed forces. Thank you for your service!
Please enjoy this video presentation as we begin the school year. Grades 1-4 will begin school on August 24, 2020.
Kindergarten will begin August 26, 2020.
Hocking Hills Pre School will begin September 1, 2020.
The entire Hocking Hills staff would like to invite every student to enjoy a Honk Out drive through event to end our school year. Every year we do a Clap Out for our 4th grade students when they leave Hocking Hills Elementary as students for the last time but due to COVID-19 restrictions, it is not possible to hold that event this year. Instead, the awesome teachers at Hocking Hills Elementary came up with the idea for a Honk Out. We request 4th grade participants to arrive at the school by 3:00...
Mrs. Cassady's Second Grade class celebrated the 100th day of school today with cookies that made the number 100. Why is this good learning? Grade 2 has been working on the following two standards all year, and they have even gone beyond 100 in problem solving.
2.NBT.5 Fluently add and subtract within 100 using strategies based on place value, properties of operations, and/or the relationship between addition and subtraction.
2.MD.5 Use addition and subtraction within 100 to solve word pro...
A Message from the School Social Worker
Hello and Welcome Winter!
January brings some exciting events to the School Counseling Program. We are continuing with lessons regarding gratitude, compassion and caring among several grades. The last week of January is The Great Kindness Challenge. This is an international event involving several kindness activities. Help our school become Kindness Certified by participating in this event!
Kindness Week is January 27th - 31st
We are as...
Hocking Hills Elementary fourth grade students visited the Ohio Statehouse in Columbus on Friday, December 13th. The students were excited to share their knowledge about Ohio history. The students enjoyed seeing the Map Room, Senate Chamber, Rotunda, and many other spaces in the complex. Senator Schaffer sent two representatives from his office to talk to the students and brought them Ohio activity books. Students were also able to explore the Interactive Museum. We thank Mrs. Shepard for planni...
Mrs. Woodburn has the students painting the snow plows. ODOT reports a 15% increase in efficiency with the paint on the plows. They not only look spiffy; snow days should be reduced, too. (Some statistics in this post may qualify as fake news ;)