by Fatima Gutierrez Summer is almost here! One thing that I can tell you is that I love summer! Here are some things you can do for summer activities. One of my favorite summer activities is going to the pool. I love doing laps and swimming . Eating some mouth watering watermelon is another fun … Continue reading Summer Fun
by Mattilyn Moyle & Adrian Crowner We interviewed a fourth grade math teacher, Mrs. Magee . We asked her questions and she told us answers to the best of her ability. We asked her what is her favorite part of being a fourth grade teacher. She responded, “Getting to work with the best teammates ever and … Continue reading Getting to Know: Mrs. Magee
by Adam Perry, Alex Raley & Brayden Rodgers It is starting to be cold and wet which means kids are going to start having indoor recess. I myself really like indoor recess, but many people have a different point of view on the topic. Indoor recess allows kids who bring their electronics to play on … Continue reading Indoor vs. Outdoor Recess
by Mallory Baynes and Brylee Goldman Converse are the new hot thing, right? Wrong. If you date all the way back to the 1950s, the white high top converse were one of the only tennis shoes around. These shoes come in a variety of colors. Converse has been around 108 years. Marquis Mills Converse was … Continue reading Converse
By Matthew Holenstein The Soaring Eagles Wall is a wall that all the students write their name on if their ticket gets drawn for the Eagle Store. All of the students whose ticket gets drawn, go to the cafeteria and write their name on the wall. The students also get to go to the … Continue reading The Soaring Eagles Wall and the Eagle Store
Have you heard of The Heritage Herald? If you haven’t then you must of not known about any clubs! The Heritage Herald is the best! You get to type articles like this one. You can do it with your friends or do it by yourself. Mrs. Ries is the leader of The Heritage Herald. The … Continue reading The Heritage Herald
by Addison Church I have recently noticed a lot of students at Heritage have been getting ice cream every day in the cafeteria at lunch. Although ice cream is a tasty treat, it is not the healthiest. Hope Pinckard recently said that it is just not healthy. Instead of ice cream, have some fruit or … Continue reading Healthy Habits
By Megan Moffit Have you ever been there, where you have a ton of homework and you need time to just fly by? Well, if so I can help. Here are the steps to get your homework done more quickly. #1 Take all electronics away. … Continue reading How To Get Homework Done Quickly
By Bodie Clark Front Row is a cool math site students can use in either math class, RTI, or during indoor recess. Front Row has eleven main math topics to learn about. A few of the topics are Measurement and Data and Geometry. If you want to know the rest of them, log on. It … Continue reading Front Row Math
By Bodie Clark and Braden Fischer Valentine’s Day is a fun day for mostly everyone on earth. People give cards and have a good time, but what’s it like at Heritage? At Heritage, nearly the entire school participates in the events. On February 14th it is a giving, happy, fun environment at school. Classrooms do … Continue reading Heritage’s Valentine’s Day
By Fatima Gutierrez Whenever Heritage Elementary School has an assembly we do drawings of something called tickets. You can earn a ticket for showing either responsibility, teamwork, and also being respectful. Your classroom teacher collects all of the tickets before the assembly. Then, the teachers will put each grade level’s tickets in a different box. … Continue reading PBIS Drawings
By Miah King and Miranda Johnston Coming soon is the daddy daughter dance and everyone is excited! If you’re a girl between K-5th grade you have an event coming up called the Daddy Daughter Dance. So girls get your dresses on and dads put your bow ties on because February 11th will be a night to … Continue reading Daddy Daughter Dance
By Ava Grace Diplock Recently, students have taken time out of their learning time to take STARS Testing on Renaissance Learning. Williamson County Schools has now decided that we will not be taking it during specials, but instead, during our learning time. I understand that some students were complaining that they were missing their favorite … Continue reading Are STARS Tests Fair?
By McKenna Kaufman The Academic All Star award is for someone who is respectful, responsible, that shows teamwork, someone who is nice, and someone who works hard academically. Alexis Milani is Heritage Elementary’s 2017 Academic All Star. I interviewed her and here are the results. “Did you feel nervous when you where up there?” I … Continue reading Academic All Star Award
By Madison Burnett, McKenna Kaufman, and Andie Weaver We interviewed two third grade Eagle Pride winners, and asked them five questions about their accomplishment. How did you feel about winning it?” I liked it,” said Hope Hood. “I felt really good about winning,” said Cannon Spidle. Were you nervous going in front of the … Continue reading Eagle Pride for Third Graders
By Adrian Crowner and Diana Mendoza How do you think it feels to be a kindergarten teacher? Mrs. Wallace, Heritage’s new kindergarten teacher, knows. We interviewed her recently. She reports that she’s excited and proud to be a kindergarten teacher! She also loves how excited the students get when they learn something new!
By Jolee Oldham At Breakfast With Santa there were lots of fun activities for the kids to do. The kids got to make food for Santa’s reindeer where they mixed all the reindeer’s favorite snacks. There was also an ornament bookmark craft table. The bookmarks were little scratchpads that you could make your own design … Continue reading Breakfast With Santa
By Mallory Baynes and Brylee Goldman She is awesome, decorative, and new! Fourth grade part time teacher, Ms. Trent! Mrs. Trent is a new fourth grade writing teacher who came to our school after winter break. Her room is located beside the office. We interviewed a student from Mrs. Millar’s 4th grade class who said Ms. Trent … Continue reading The New 4th Grade Teacher: Ms. Trent
By Addison Church Black History Month is a time we celebrate all the African Americans that have made a big change or difference in the world. For example, Rosa Parks was an African American who stood up for what she believed in, when I heard her story it made a little mark on me to … Continue reading Black History Month
Take the following survey to find out! You usually say the first thing that comes to your mind. A. all the time B. Never C. Sometimes You like being alone A.True B. False C .Sometimes You would consider running for class president. A. True B. False C. Sometimes Your friends consider you a great listener. … Continue reading Are you a introvert or an exrovert ?