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Huskies Mission Statement 

Learning From the Past; Focusing on the Present; While Preparing for Our Future!
Upcoming Events
No events are scheduled.
 
Huskie Announcements


Thank you to everyone who came out for Meet Your Teacher! We are excited for our new year together!
HSES 2016-2017 Theme
Huskies Have P.A.W.S
Practice respect 
Accept responsibility 
Work together to
Succeed
Teacher of the Year 2016-2017
Congratulations to our 3rd grade teacher Jennifer Stephens! Mrs. Stephens works hard to provide engaging  rigorous learning opportunities for her children. Thank you for your hard work and dedication! We are very proud of Mrs. Stephens and excited for her to represent Hot Springs Elementary. 
Stay Connected
School Messenger System 
Parents you can now sign up to receive Text Messages regarding school closings, delays, safety alerts, and event reminders.
To participate and receive text alerts on your cell, just text Y, YES, or OPTIN to 68453. 
Link your Ingles Advantage Card to our school! This helps us earn tools and equipment for HSES through the Tools for Schools Program.
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First Day of School
The first day for students is Monday, August 22nd. School starts at 8:00AM and dismisses at 3:00PM. Please check the website for up-dated information about beginning of year details.
School Supply List 2016-2017
School Arrival
Each school day will begin at 8:00AM. Students who arrive after 8:00AM need to be signed-in in the office  by a parent or guardian and receive a tardy slip. They will take the slip to their teacher. Students will be allowed to enter the cafeteria at 7:30AM. They will eat breakfast or wait in the back room until 7:45 when they are released to go to their classroom. Staff supervises the hallways and cafeteria to ensure students eat if needed and are in their classrooms by 8:00AM. From 8:00AM-3:00PM, all entrance doors will be locked and visitors must be visually identified and buzzed in through the front door only. We require all non-students entering the building, at anytime, report to the front office, sign-in and receive a visitor's badge. When you leave the building, you will sign-out in the office and return your badge. We appreciate your support of our security and safety practices. The safety of your child at HSES is our top priority!
School Departure
All students leaving school before bus and car loading (2:55PM) will need to be signed out in the office. The office staff will provide you with an early dismissal slip that you will give your child's teacher. All staff has been asked to not release children at any time without a tardy/early dismissal slip. You will provide your child's teacher with departure instructions. All changes to your child's departure schedule should be finalized by 2:30 PM to ensure your child gets where they need to be. All bus riders will be escorted to their bus by their teacher. All car riders will be escorted to the Media Center by their teacher. All car riders will be provided with (3) Car-rider Name Cards. One of those cards must be displayed in the front window of the pick-up vehicle in order for a child to be released. Additional cards are available in the front office. All car riders will be held in the Media Center until their pick-up vehicle arrives. Students must be picked up at one of the 2 pick up points marked with a cone at the front entrance. Students will not be allowed to enter the parking lot. If a car rider card is not visible, the parent must park in a parking space, enter the school and sign in the student(s) out in the front office. Car riders will be dismissed at 3:00 PM. Thank you for your support! 
What is PAGE?

Partnership for Appalachian Girls Education or PAGE program is up and running at Hot Springs Elementary School. This summer marks the 7th season the program has worked to inspire, educate, and empower Appalachian girls. The goal of the program is to provide rigorous, innovative learning opportunities to encourage young women to create successful futures and have the confidence to pursue their dreams. This summer PAGE is serving girls from the Hot Springs, Spring Creek, Meadow Fork, Laurel, and Walnut communities of Madison County. http://www.carolinapage.org

 

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