Highland Elementary School

75th Anniversary Celebration

 On November 7, 2014, we will kick off our anniversary year with a community Open House.  Pleae join us from 6-8 pm to reminisce and celebrate our school's history.

 

We are having a timeline project that will feature memories shared by former students and staff.  If you have any connection with Highland's past, plase open the attachment and share it with us.  


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Timeline Project


Highland Elementary

Highland Elementary

"The Learning Place"

Rated "EXCELLENT" by the Ohio Department of Education


Academic Content Standards

 Parents: Want to know what students should know and be able to do by the end of each grade? Go to the Ohio Dept. of Education's website and search for the  Ohio Academic Standards. This site will give you an overview of the standards as well as provide tools you can use to check what your child is learning at each grade and to know what to expect each year.


70th Anniversary

70 Years of Academics and Community!

In 2009 we celebrated our 70th anniversary making Highland the oldest school in Stow and Munroe Falls. We are proud of our continued focus on student development and providing the best education to the children of our community.




Library Renovation

The Highland Library has ungone big changes over the summer!

As a result of a multi-year committment by the PTA,  we were able to purchase new shelving, carpet, and paint for our library.  During the spring, several parent volunteers worked tirelessly to pack up our entire collection.  This August about 20 SMF High School students representing the National Honor Society and Student Council, not only unpacked and reshelved the entire colection, but also worked with the librain to start to crosscheck the numbering system. We could not have accomplished this renovation without the support of the PTA, parent volunteers and the highschool volunteers. 

Thank you to everyone who helped make it happen!


Book Donation

 

As a service project, Highland Troop 1015 donated books to the Highland Library. The girls each picked a book to be added to the library collection and presented them to Mr. Worcester, media specialist. Thank you to this troop for doing such a great job on this project!


 
Grades K-4

Highland Elementary
1843 Graham Road
Stow, OH 44224

Phone: 330-689-5330
Fax: 330-686-4711

School Day:
9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Principal:
Mrs. Meghan Graziano


TRANSPORTATION

The number to reach our transportation department is 330-689-5234.  If you are concerned about a late bus, please call our hotline at 330-689-5200 ext. 8300. This daily recording will let you know what delays, if any, are occurring.


Highland School Supply List for 2014-2015 School Year


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Supply Lists


    Enrollment 2013-14

Kindergarten63
First Grade59
Second Grade61
Third Grade65
Fourth Grade69
  
TOTAL317