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Highland Elementary School News
SBDM Meeting Cancelled

The SBDM Meeting scheduled for May 17th has been cancelled. For more information contact Highland at 270-659-0432. 

Field Day

Highland Elementary will have their annual field day this Friday May 18th.  Click here for important information. 

Please click here for the Knockerball Waiver.

Highland Junior Beta Club Glow Dance

Glow Dance Poster  Students support Jr. Beta by attending the Glow Dance this Thursday from 5:00-6:30.  The cost is $3.00 per child or $5.00 per family.  Each student will recieve a glowing accessory upon arrival.  Don't forget to wear your brightly colored shirt and tennis shoes.  Concessions will be available for purchase.

Dissect With Dad

A picture of adults and students at dissect with dad. Dissect with Dad was a huge success at Highland Elementary! 4th and 5th grade scholars were joined by a male family member or a school representative to experience dissecting a frog (4th) or a rat (5th). This family involvement activity is sponsored by the Family Resource Center and FRC Director, Becky Honeycutt. For more information on this yearly event, contact Mrs. Honeycutt at 270-659-0432.  

Dissect with Dad

A don't forget clip art with a frog Highland 4th and 5th grade students will participate in the annual Dissect with Dad event on March 30th.  Students are encouraged to ask one older male family member to attend and particiapte with them.  5th grade will dissect a rat starting at 12:15 and 4th grade will dissect a frog at 1:15.  Each student received a letter about this event.  Please return this to school indicating if your student will have a male family memeber present as soon as possible.  

4th Grade visits Mammoth Cave National Park

A picture of 4th grade students and a park ranger doing an experiment

Fourth grade students at Highland Elementary recently visited Mammoth Cave National Park.  This annual field trip supports the Next Generation Science Standards. Students enjoyed the Historic Cave tour, went on a hike, watched a ranger demonstration about chemical erosion, and played games that centered on weathering and erosion.  Special thanks to the Friends of Mammoth Cave for the grant awarded to Highland to help fund this experience.


Highland Teacher Receives Leadership Award

A picture of Genelle Jones on WBKO

Highland Elementary Kindergarten teacher, Genelle Jones, was recognized on WBKO as “Today’s Leader” for the month of March. This leadership award is sponsored by Flora Templeton Stuart and WBKO. Mrs. Jones was nominated in recognition of the exemplary  leadership that she shows every day at Highland. In her interview, she described how she always knew that she wanted to work with small children and said she is “very much a little kid person” because she is “a kid at heart”. Congratulations to Mrs. Genelle Jones for this prestigious award and for showing us what a true leader is.    


Kelsey Montague is coming to GMS!

A picture of Kelsey Montague's Wing art Famous International, Denver based artist, Kelsey Montague, will be at GMS on April 11. In conjunction with this, Highland Elementary students, led by Art Teacher Mailey Wilson, are each designing a feather based on the #what lifts you campaign that expresses their personal inspiration.  These feathers will then be combined to contruct a set of wings to be displayed at the art reception.   For more information on the reception, click here!  

SBDM Cancelled

The SBDM scheduled for tomorrow, March 15th has been cancelled.  For more information contact Jennifer Myers at 270-659-0432.

Beta Classic

An image of a Beta Tournament advertisementHighland Elementary Jr. Beta Club is sponsoring a basketball tournament to raise money for national convention.  For more information please contact Brandon Pitcock at brandon.pitcock@glasgow.kyschools.us

Student Lighthouse Ambassador Service Project

Student Lighthouse Ambassadors Service ProjectHighland Elementary Student Lighthouse Ambassadors recently conducted a service project.  This project involved collecting supplies for a care package to be sent to deployed soldiers serving abroad.  Students are shown in the picture posing with some of the donated supplies. Lighthouse Ambassadors were excited to show their leadership skills through service to others.    

Spring Book Fair

A clip art of a puppy with a bone reading a bookIt is time to "Paws for Books" at the Spring Bookfair. 

Highland Elementary Library will be hosting a Spring Bookfair March 5-9.  Students will be able to shop during their library time at school.  The book fair will be open at 7:00 am on Tuesday and Wednesday morning and will stay open till 5:00 on Thursday to accomodate families who want to shop with their scholars.  If you need another time, please contact Mrs. Miller in the library at 270-659-0432 or email christy.miller@glasgow.kyschools.us. Come to the "Paws for Book" spring book fair where you can "Come, Stay, and Read a great Tale". If you wish to shop at the online book fair Click here!

Read Across America Week

An image of the cat in the hatGet ready for "Read Across America Week'!

Read Across America will be celebrated February 26-March 2 at Highland Elementary.  Each day will be a special dress-up day as students are encouraged to stop and enjoy some time for reading.  There will also be a Dr. Seuss parade float contest.  Each student is encouraged to make a "float" out of a cereal box or shoe box that highlights a Dr. Seuss book.  These will be displayed in the library.  Three winners will be chosen by the student votes.  Winners will receive "book fair cash" to spend at the Spring Book Fair March 5-9.  The prizes are as follows:  1st- $25.00, 2nd-$15.00, 3rd-$10.00  For more info on the dress-up days. Click here!



Highland Elementary students win at Jr. Beta

Highland Elementary students recently competed at the Kentucky Jr. Beta Convention.   Group Talent placed 1st in Division 1.  Ellie Ball placed 1st in Speech and 1st in Painting.  Ava Jackson, Traigen Simmons and Chloe Caldwell placed 2nd in Book Battle.  Harrison Belcher placed 3rd in Woodworking. These students all will be competing at the National Convention in Savannah, Georgia in June.   Highland also received the GOLD Key growth award for the club.   Addyson Norris, Kinleigh Glass, Kyndel Moore and DaNiya Wooten received Golden Tickets to perform at the opening ceremonies at the National Convention in Savannah, Georgia in June.  

Chorus Students Recognized at February Board meeting

Students from Highland Elementary, South Green Elementary, Glasgow Middle School and Glasgow High School were recognized at the February regular meeting of the Glagow Board of Education.   The students were recognized for being selected and participating in the KMEA and ACDA All-State Choir.

Student Lighthouse Service Project

hands reaching upwardHighland Elementary Student Lighthouse team members are collecting items for a service project. These items will be sent to American soldiers deployed to Kuwait. To participate, please see Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Gibbons, or a student lighthouse team member.  Deadline is February 28th.  For a complete list of items needed, please click here. 

President's Day

sticky notes with the words-Don't Forget! Monday, February 18th is Presidents Day! Students will not be in school! Have a safe and happy weekend! 


There is no SBDM today. It has been rescheduled for February 22, 4:30 at Highland Elementary. 

Blue and Orange Day

marshall strongFriday is "Blue and Orange Day" in support of Marshall County. Please wear blue and orange to school tomorrow as we support Marshall County.  

Honeymart-Open Friday February 2nd

beeThe Honeymart will be open Friday February 2nd from 7:30-2:45.  Please bring those saved honeybucks and spend them in the Honeymart.  See you there!

Support our Family Resource Center

A flyer that says Pizza! battle of the FRYSCNeed dinner ideas for Wednesday?  Order pizza from Papa John's and support Highland's Family Resource Center.  Thanks for supporting a great program!  Just mention Highland when you order or use the code GHS17. 

Last day for running club until spring!

A smiley face with the words Don't ForgetNovember 9 is the last day for running club this semester.  Running club will start back in the spring when the weather warms up.  Thanks to all of our runners.  See you in the spring! 

Bobby Driver Scholarship Fund

 A sign that reads I'll be Home for ChristmasPresenting "I'll Be Home for Christmas" Saturday November 4th at 7:00 pm.  Click for more information.

Spooktacular Data Night

A clip art picture of a jack-o-laternData Night Spooktacular is this Thursday starting at 5:30.  Click here for more info.

Reminder-Cookie Dough Pick Up!

A sticky note that says Don't ForgetCookie dough pick up is Wednesday September 27 from 2:30-5:30 in the gym. There is no cold storage so all cookie dough must be picked up.  Thanks for your support of Highland Elementary.  

Girl Scout Informational Meeting

a cartoon girl is shown wearing a green dress and holding a box of cookiesThere will be a girl scout informational meeting on Thursday at 5:30 in the Highland cafe.  All girls interested in findng out more about girl scouts are welcome to attend.  See you there! 

See you at the pole

Logo says See you at the pole/fix our eyesSee you at the pole will be held this Wednesday September 27 at 7:20 am.  See you at the pole is an annual voluntary event for students who wish to meet at the flag pole in front of the school and pray as a group.  For more information visit http://syatp.com/ 

Grandparents Day!

a clip art picture of a grandma and a childGrandparents day will be this Friday September 29th at Highland Elementary School.  Grandparents are invited to attend at the following times: Kindergarten- 12:30, 1st Grade-1:15.  See you there! 

Kindergarten gives back!

A group of Kindergarten students with one teacher and two unidentified adults and some supplies to be sent to Hurricane Irma reliefKindergarten students recently participated in bringing in supplies for Hurricane Irma relief.  Click here for more info. 

Important Reminders for Thursday September 21st

An owl with a sign that says, Just a reminder

  • PTO Meeting-September 21st at 5:30
  • Title I Parent Meeting-September 21st at 6:00
  • Book Fair will stay open until 5:30 for families who would like to shop.
  • The Honey Mart will be open from 4:45-5:20 
Cub Scouts Informational Meeting

An animated picture of a boy holding a bow facing a target.  There is a tent in the background and a fire in the foreground.  There will be an informational meeting for families and scholars interested in learning more about Cub Scouts,  Cub Scouts is a program for boys in grades 1st-5th.  The meeting will be held Monday September 18th at 6:00 pm in the Highland Cafe. 

Poppy's Field Trip

Image result for poppy's field trip image  Highland Elementary has been nominated as a candidate for Poppy's Field Trip this week.  Click here for the link to vote! 

Kindergarten Field Trip

a picture of a butterfly on a flowerDon't forget our Kindergarten students will be visiting Edie Bell's Butterfly garden on September 8, 2017. Click here for more information!

Solar Eclipse Information for Glasgow Independent Schools

Link to letter for Glasgow Independent families and students about the upcoming eclipse.

Highland's Back To School Bash: August 1st From 5:00-7:00

Join us on August 1st from 5:00-7:00 for our Back to School Bash. Click here to download your forms in advance.

GIS District Open Enrollment

District wide Open Enrollment will be held at each school on Thursday, July 20th from 12:00 pm until 6:00 pm.   Please go to the school that your child will be attending to enroll them.   

CJ Aubin wins 3rd at National Jr. Beta Convention

Highland Elementary student, CJ Aubin recently competed at the National Jr. Beta Convention in Orlando, Fl.  CJ placed 3rd in Division 1 for Sketch.  Congratulations to CJ!

Highland Elementary wins 1st Place at National Beta

Highland Elementary recently competed at the National Jr. Beta Convention in Orlando, FL.   They received 1st place in the Division 1 Group Talent competition.   They also received the People's Choice Award.  Congratulations to all these students and sponsors who worked so hard for this honor!  

Lion King, Jr.

Highland Elementary Lion King, Jr. Casting Call: August 28th & 29th! Click here for more information on how your child can join in the fun!

Don't forget-4th Grade Swim Lessons!

All Fourth Grade students will be heading to the Barren County Family YMCA for swimming lessons September 18-22

School Picture Retakes on October 19th

Any student that was absent on School Picture Day will have the chance to have retakes taken on October 19th

Red Ribbon Week

Red Ribbon Week is October 23rd-27th. Click for more information about the theme of each day!

World's Finest Chocolate Fundraiser

Five Candy bars are picturedWe are selling World's Finest Chocolate.  Please sign your child's permission form to get a box to sell.  Thanks for supporting Highland Elementary!

Deck the Halls of Highland

A Christmas sign that says Deck the HallsDeck the Halls of Highland will be Saturday December 2.

Click here for more information. 

Veterans Day Program-November 8

American flagVeterans Day Program-November 8th at 9:00 am

Click for more information. 

Christmas Program

A picture of a reindeer with colored lights on it.  Families of K-2nd students are invited to the annual Christmas Program December 14 at 6:00 pm.  Don't miss watching these primary students perform! Students please arrive by 5:40!  See you there.  

Brain Boosters Club

a lightbulb with words in it Families, BBC will begin January 4th for grades 1st-5th and will meet Tuesdays and Thursdays until 3:30.  Kindergarten will begin January 9th and will meet Tuesdays only until 3:30.  If your child is attending BBC, you have already been contacted by your child's teacher.    

Highland Elementary Presents Disney The Lion King jr.

Disney The Lion King Jr.Highland Elementary is excited to present Disney The Lion King Jr.  Click here for more info.  

County-Wide Spelling Bee

the words spelling bee and a picture of a beeThe County-Wide Spelling Bee will be held January 22nd.  Good Luck to all participants! 

Jr Beta Convention

The Jr, Beta Club logo Don't forget! National Jr Beta Convention is January 31st-February 2nd.

HEAT places 2nd overall at District Governor's Cup

A picture of the Highland Academic Team after winning 2nd at districtHighland Elementary Academic Team placed 2nd overall at District Governor's Cup on Saturday.  They placed in several team and individual areas.  Click here for a complete list of winners.  

Highland Elementary Title I Family Survey 2017-2018

Please click on the following link to take the Highland Elementary Title I Family Survey for 2017-18.  '


Title I Family Survey




SBDM Parent Nominations

A picture of an apple with SBDM on it. Highland Elementary School is currently accepting nominations for a parent representative to serve one year on the School Based Decision Making Council at our school.  Nomination forms can be picked up at the HES office or printed here.


Parents versus Teachers basketball Game

ptoHighland PTO and Junior Beta present the "Parents Versus Teachers Basketball Game" next Thursday April 26th at 6:00 pm.  Admission is $2.00. All proceeds benefit PTO and Jr. Beta.  Come out and enjoy a fun event and support Highland! 

Inquiring Minds Incredibles Camp - Registration is Open!

Inquiring Minds Incredibles Camp

Calling all Incredible rising 2nd-6th graders!  The summer is in peril and it's up to the Scotties to save it!  Join us June 18-22 at Glasgow High School for a week of super fun as we learn about Mr. Incredible, Elastigirl, Violet, Dash and Jack-Jack from the hit movie The Incredibles.  We will explore the principles behind these heroes’ powers, create our own incredible art, find our hidden strengths, solve problems and work together as Incredible Scottie Supers!   Join the Inquiring Minds staff as we take you on an incredible journey of SUMMER FUN.

Camp Hours are from 8:00 – 1:00.  Breakfast and lunch will be served, and each student will receive a camp T-shirt - and some Incredible memories!

Register at the link below:



Awards Day!

Families don't forget awards day this Monday May 21st. 



If your student is getting an award, you have been contacted.  


End of year Promotion Ceremonies

Promotion ceremonies will be held May 24th at the following times.


12:30-5th Grade


Talent Show

Talent showWednesday May 23rd is the annual Talent Show at Highland Elementary.  For a complete schedule click here

Gillie Hyde Ford to hold Drive 4 UR School Event

Gillie Hyde Ford-Lincoln and Highland Elementary School are working together to help raise up to $6,000 in support of  Glasgow Independent School District as part of Ford Motor Company’s Drive 4 UR School program. Members of the Glasgow-area community will have the opportunity to raise money for the Glasgow Independent School District by test-driving a Ford vehicle. For every person who

test-drives a new Ford vehicle at this one-day event, Ford Motor Company will donate $20, up to a maximum donation of $6,000, to Glasgow Independent School District.

For every person who takes a test-drive in a new Ford vehicle, Ford Motor Company will donate $20 to Glasgow Independent School District. In total, a maximum donation of $6,000 could be raised!

Date:          Friday, May 11th, 2018

Time:         3:30 P.M. – 6:30 P.M.

Location:   Highland Elementary School

                   164 Scottie Drive.

                   Glasgow, KY 42141

NOTES: *NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. MUST BE 18 YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER WITH A VALID DRIVER’S LICENSE AND VALID AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE. Donation of $20 per valid test-drive, up to 300 total test-drives, for a maximum total donation of $6,000 per event. Limit one (1) donation per person and one (1) donation per household.

Interviews are available with Gillie Hyde Ford-Lincoln representatives. Please contact  Marilee Gore at 270-576-0086.

Highland Elementary's Run for the Roses

We are excited to announce the first annual Highland Beta's "Run For The Roses". We will have a 5k Run/Walk. Participants may wear Derby attire. Don't forget to wear your Derby Hat!! We will have an event for kids 10 & under. Kids 10 & under may bring a stick horse(but certainly not required) to use during the event.  For more information or to sign up click here.Run for the Roses logo with information about the upcoming fundraiser

HES students perform at KMEA

Ellie and Logan with Mr Shep in front of the Center for Performing Arts Highland Choir students Ellie Ball and Logan South were invited to be part of the Kentucky Childrenś Chorus at the Kentucky Music Educators Association conference in Louisville February 7-8.  This is a prestigious honor that both students were thrilled to accept.  Music teacher, Matt Shepherd, submitted audition tracks for all students interested in being in the choir, and was notified by KMEA that Ellie and Logan were chosen. They performed Thursday, February 8th at the Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts with students from various parts of the state.  They represented Highland well as they took this opportunity to ¨find their voice¨.     

Highland Spirit Days

Highland School Spirit DaysStudents support Highland Jr. Beta by participating in School Spirit Days this week.  Pay $1 per day and dress up to support Jr. Beta.  For more info click here

Highland Night at Zaxby's

The Zaxby's chicken logoTuesday January 23rd is Highland Night at Zaxby's.  Eat at Zaxby's and support our school! 

Martin Luther King Jr. Day-No School

I have a dream text with a picture of MLK  No School January 15th in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day!           

Dollars and Sense

Clip art that reads dollars and senseStudents in 4th and 5th grade will be participating Friday in Dollars and Sense.  This program is offered in connection with the Barren County Extension Office and teaches students about managing money.  For more information, contact Trey Harper, Guidance Counselor.  

100 Days of School

100th Day of SchoolOn Friday, February 2nd we will celebrate the 100th Day of School!  For more information, contact your child's teacher.   

Student Leadership Roles

a clip art that says Apply Now!We are now taking applications for student leadership roles.  These are available in grades K-5.  For more information, click here. 

Family Literacy Night-November 9

a clip art pic of some booksFamily Literacy Night is Thursday November 9, beginning at 5:00. The Honey Mart will be open from 4:30-5:00.  Click for more information. 

Children's Day Celebration Tonight!

The 2017 Children's Day Celebration will be from 6pm-8pm on November 20.  

Childrens Day

1st Grade Field Trip this week

A sign says Mammoth Cave National Park 1st grade will be going on a field trip to Mammoth Cave National Park.  Click here for more info. 





PTO Meeting on October 19th

Join us for our PTO Meeting on October 19 at 3:00 in the HES Library as we start planning for Deck the Halls of Highland

Wild West Book Fair: Saddle up and Read!

Book fair is coming! Click here for more info! An image with a cowboy hat and a cactus and the words Wild West Book Fair Saddle Up and Read!

National Beta Winners Recognized

Highland Elementary Beta students were recognized at the September 11, 2017 GIS Board meeting for their outstanding accomplishments at the National Jr. Beta Convention in Orlando, FL. in June.   HES received 1st place in the Group Talent competition and CJ Aubin placed 3rd in sketching.

Nightmare at McKinley Field on October 21st

Join in the Halloween fun as the Glasgow High School Cross Country Team presents "Nightmare at McKinley Field" Fun Run & 5K on October 21st. Click here to download Registration Forms.

Annual Fifth Grade Field Trip to Frankfort

Fifth Grade students will take their annual trip to Frankfort on October 24th

Highland Fundraiser

Highland students are in the middle of our annual Fall PTO Cookie Dough Fundraiser through August 30th

Merry Grinchmas!

Merry Grinchmas clip artHappy Holidays Highland Families!  As we get into the holiday spirit we want to invite each of you to participate in our Grinchmas theme, A change of mindset can change your heart.  Please click here for more details.  

Budget Class

A stack of coins that say the words budget on topWould you like to learn more about how to manage money?  Click here to find out more.  

Jump Rope for Heart

an image that says welcome to the scare squadFamilies, our annual Jump Rope for Heart event is coming up February 14, 2018.  Click here to see how your student can be involved. 

Student-Led Conferences

student-led ConferencesFamilies don't forget that Student-Led Conferences will be held January 25 from 3:00-5:30!

Mother's Day Tea

Mother's Day Tea will be held this Thursday for 2nd and 3rd grade students.  Students are encouraged to invite one female family member to this momentous occasion with them.  Second grade will be held at 9:30 and 3rd grade will be at 1:00.  Please make plans to attend Mother's Day Tea this Thursday! 

Parents' Night Out

Parents Night Out flyerFamilies make plans to go out and bring your students to Highland Elementary for Parents' Night Out this Friday from 5:30-8:00.  Cost is $5.00 per child and all proceeds benefit Highland Jr. Beta.  For more infromation call 270-659-0432.  

Highland Elementary Student-led Conferences

A student and a parent doing a conferenceStudents and families at Highland Elementary attended Student-led Conferences Thursday night.  This event differs from the traditional parent-teacher conferences that we all remember as students, in one specific way. The students take the lead, not the teachers! In a student-led conference, the students are in charge of reporting to parents their progress on core subjects and whether they are reaching grade-level benchmarks.  Parents also partner with students and help them write goals to achieve by the end of the school year.  This type of conference allows students to be proactive about their own learning and also makes parents partners in the learning process.  After conferences, each student enjoyed a bag of fresh-popped popcorn.  Thank you to all families who came out Thursday night.  

HES Jr Beta Wins at State

Highland Beta members after winning state Congratulations to HES Beta Club members and sponsors! Click here for a complete list of awards.  

School Environment Parent Survey

surveyThe Leader in Me School Environment Committee invites parents to complete a short survey about the overall school environment.  This survey focuses on how the school looks and how it feels related to the Leader in Me.  Please let your voice be heard and help us improve our school.  Click here to take the survey.

Highland Student's Art Chosen for District Christmas Card

Superinttendent Keith Hale hands certificate to student Ellie Ball.  Several students are shown in the background.  Highland Elementary student Ellie Ball was recently chosen as the district art Christmas card winner for this year.  Ellie was one of the Highland winners and competed against South Green Elementary students before finally being chosen as the overall winner.  Her drawing will be featured on the district Christmas card this year.   

Matt Shepherd Honored by GIS Board

Matthew Shepherd, music teacher at Highland Elementary was recognized at the September 11, 2017 GIS Board meeting.   Mr. Shepherd was recently selected as the KMEA 3rd District Elementary Music Teacher of the Year.  Glasgow Independent School District is very proud of this honor for Mr. Shepherd.

Academic Team

Three award medals are pictured with a 1,2,and 3 on them.  Highland Elementary Academic Team (HEAT) is beginning practice this week.  Don't miss the opportunity to be a part of a winning tradition.  Click here for more information!

No School September 4th

Enjoy your Labor Day with friends and family! We look forward to seeing you again on Tuesday.

Vote for the 2018-19 School Year Calendar

There are two options available for the community to vote on for the 2018-19 Glasgow Independent school calendar.  The poll will be open until Sunday, December 3rd. 

HES Student Places in Top 3 of County-Wide Spelling Bee

Preston Allen competing  in the Spelling beePreston Allen, Highland Elementary School 5th grade student, placed 3rd overall in the Ford Motor Company Kentucky Derby Festival County-wide Spelling Bee.  Preston was runner-up at Highland before advancing to the county-wide bee.  Congratulations Preston for representing Highland and finishing in the top three.      

Lady Scotties Basketball Camp
Lady Scotties Basketball Camp 
Session 1 (Grades K-4) May 8-10 from 3:15-5:00 at GHS
Session 2 (Grades 5-8) May 14-16 from 3:15-5:00 at GHS
The cost is $25 for each session.  Download registration brochure here.
For more info contact Justin Stinson at justin.stinson@glasgow.kyschools.us or 651-8801.
SBDM Special-Called Meeting

The SBDM meeting for April 19th has been cancelled and a special-called meeting has been scheduled for April 26th at 4:30 at Highland Elementary.  

Glasgow High School Choral Department presents Meredith Wilson's The Music Man

Glasgow High School Choral Department presents Meredith Willson’s The Music Man.  The performances will take place in the GHS Auditorium on March 2 and 3 at 7PM and March 4 at 2PM.  Tickets are available online at  https://ghsmusical.ludus.com and at the door.  If you have any questions or special seating arrangements, please contact us at ghsticketsales@gmail.com or 270-651-8801.

Shirts for the show can be ordered from the following link:   The Music Man T-Shirt Order Forms  



Glasgow Board of Education Local Planning Committee Meeting Notification

The Glasgow Board of Education Local Planning Committee will hold a meeting on Tuesday, February 20, 2018, at 6:00 p.m. at Glasgow Middle School at 105 Scottie Drive, Glasgow Kentucky.  The purpose of the meeting is an orientation meeting in regards to developing a new District Facility Plan. 

2018 State Testing Schedules

We ask that parents ensure that all students have ample rest, eat a good breakfast and

necessary appointments be scheduled in the afternoons on testing dates.

Running Club at Highland

A graphic of three runners Highland Elementary is forming a running club for the 2017-2018 school year, for 2nd-5th grade students.  Click here for more information!   

Highland Students Accepted into All-State Choir

Ten students from Highland Elementary School were recently accepted into the Kentucky American Choral Directors Association (KYACDA) All-State Choir, according to HES music teacher Matt Shepherd.

Super Saturdays

A star with the words WKU the center for gifted studiesClick here for more information about opportunities for students in grades 1-8. 

Christmas Card Art Contest-Highland Winners

The word art written in red, blue, and yellow/green.Highland students grades 2nd-5th recently participated in an exciting art contest.  Students were asked to draw and color a Christmas card.  The winners from Highland will be sent to the Glasgow Board of Eduation where they will compete with the best of South Green Elementary. Click here for Highland winners!

Angel Tree Applications

Image result for angel treeAngel Tree applications are being accepted September 25-27, at Mary Wood Weldon Library from 9:00-2:00. 

Glasgow Board of Education Local Planning Committee Public Forum Notification

The Glasgow Board of Education Local Planning Committee will hold a public forum on Thursday, February 20, at 5.30 p.m. at Glasgow Middle School at 105 Scottie Drive, Glasgow Kentucky. The local planning committee will solicit public comments regarding district facilities and the district facility plan.

2018-19 School Calendar

The 2018-19 GIS school calendar has been finalized.  Please click the link to view the calendar 2018-19 Calendar.

Ready, Set, Grow University

Image result for ready set growIs your child starting Kindergarten soon? Are you looking for something to help prepare them for the Kindergarten classroom?  Click here for more information! 

Highland's Mr. Shep Named Music Teacher of the Year

Congratulations to Mr. Shep on this tremendous accomplishment! Click here to read more.

Lost & Found Items

Please be sure that you are writing your child's name in their jackets, lunch boxes, etc... All unclaimed items in the Lost & Found will be given away on October 1st.

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Highland Elementary School
164 Scottie Drive
Glasgow, KY 42141  

Phone: (270) 659-0432 
Fax: (270) 659-0478