By Kaylie Lawhun & Olivia Redmon The HES Food Drive, is a fun, optional charitable project that collects canned or boxed food items to donate to The Well. It is for HES students to donate unopened food items to put in boxes right outside the library. Our librarian, Mrs. Grugett and the Eagle Council members … Continue reading The HES Food Drive
By Kade Holman and Mason Rogers Ernie The Eagle is the HES mascot. Ernie, as you probably guessed is an eagle. He shows up at Eagle Pride assemblies, Indy Night, and sometimes Superhero Academy. It is a mystery who is under the mask. Some students think that it is Mr. Hardin or Mr. Hovdet. Ernie … Continue reading Ernie the Energetic Eagle
By: Addison Swartz & Lilly Necci Every year students at H.E.S go on field trips. Depending on what grade you’re in you go on different field trips. You go at different times in the year. We go for educational fun and to do something that has to do with school but not at school. For … Continue reading Field Trip Fun
By Sarah Comer & Rebekah Comer Did you enjoy the Indy parade? Most HES students loved it. The parade involves IHS students and HES students. During the parade, Independence High School students show off their floats which they worked very hard on. IHS students come to HES while Heritage students wait to see the genuine … Continue reading Indy Parade
By Grace Wood Every year the Heritage Elementary PTO hosts a book fair. The book fair is a time where you can buy books to read. The book fair will be March 17th – 23rd. The book fair takes place in the HES library. The book fair raises money for the library. To get kids … Continue reading The Book Fair
By Audrey Davenport & Hope Hood The Daddy Daughter dance is a free event held in the gym on February 10th. You and your dad go to the gym in somewhat fancy clothes and get to dance to the music! There is candy, cupcakes, and other cooling refreshments. Some dads get flowers for their daughters. … Continue reading The Daddy Daughter Dance
By Kaylie Lawhun & Olivia Redmon Eagle Pride is an award that you will receive when you are being responsible, respectful, and you are showing teamwork. Once in a while, we have assemblies in the gym and we can earn our Eagle Pride award. First off, our principal normally explains to the school what Eagle … Continue reading Eagle Pride
By Caleb King & Wesley Sprinkle One of the fun things we have 3-4 times here at HES is Skate Night. Skate Night is an event after school around 6:00 we go to a skating rink called ” Skate Center.” Skate Night is when you see your friends, skate with them and have lots of … Continue reading Skate Night
By Franklin Sargent Veterans’ Day is a holiday celebrated on November 11th each year in the United States. It used to be celebrated only for World War 1 veterans, but was soon changed to honor all veterans. To honor our veterans at Heritage, we host an annual Veterans’ Day program. It involves Boy Scouts, Heritage … Continue reading Veterans’ Day Program
By Kade Holman & Mason Rogers What is Spirit Week you ask? Well, you’re about to find out. Spirit Week is an event here at HES. Spirit Week happens a week before Indy night. Indy night is a football game at Independence High School. Spirit week this year was on September 11-15, Monday’s theme was … Continue reading Spirit Week Madness
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 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 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 Ava Grace Diplock February 2nd is Groundhog Day! Will the groundhog see his shadow? If so, winter will last longer than it usually does. If the groundhog doesn’t see his shadow, spring will be here at last! It basically depends on what time of day he comes out of hibernation. Do you think the … Continue reading Groundhog Day!
By Adam Perry Do you know what happened on December 3rd? Breakfast with Santa! It was an event sponsored by the HES PTO. On Saturday, you got to play games, eat breakfast, and do other fun things. At 9:05 our Glee Club did a performance. There was also a story time, a place to make reindeer … Continue reading Breakfast with Santa
By: Ava Grace Diplock Dolly Parton once said, ” I have always believed that charity begins at home.” She sure does stand by her word. You must be living under a rock if you haven’t heard about the fires in Gatlinburg, TN. Roughly 15,000 acres were burned in the scorching fires, 700 buildings were … Continue reading Gatlinburg Up In Flames! Dolly Parton Saves the Day!
By Jason Johnson The 5th grade JA Biztown field trip is almost here. Students can chose from a large group of jobs, such as CEO, bank teller, file clerk, and CFO. Don’t forget about the mayor. One of the lucky six final candidates will become mayor. Those lucky six are Madison, Matthew, Paige, Maya, Addison, or … Continue reading JA BizTown is Almost Here
By Emi Taylor Dear Students of HES, On Monday, November 24th of 2016, the cafeteria ruined gravy. The light, spoonfuls of pure deliciousness, dead, according to some. Mikayla Stolle told me that day, “HOW DID THEY RUIN GRAVY?!” From that opinion to Jasea Howell says, “It was fine, I guess.” The gravy I must say, … Continue reading Gravy Dead or Alive?