Our 2nd Qtr STEM Challenge will help us out at Camp Cubcat! We need to keep our food safe from all the wild (and not so wild)animals that are around our camp. We need you to construct a way to get our food off the ground and out of the animals reach. To read the […]
The HES Fall Book Fair will be held September 6 – 13th from 7:30-3:30. Mrs. Greedy could use some volunteers to help with this. Here is a book fair volunteer link, if you are able to help out. There will be a special grandparents day on Friday, Sept. 7th (7:30 – 3:30). There will also be […]
If you want to get a jump start on the back to school parent homework that comes your way on the first day, you can now fill out the HCPS Meal Benefit Application online! Now you can apply on-line for your children to receive free or reduced price school meals. Your application will be sent from […]
Start training now! The 6th annual Cubcat Crawl is coming up! To register as a participant in the 6th Annual Cubcat Crawl, to be held on Friday, August 3, click HERE
It’s that time of year when we start thinking about next year! If you would like to join us at Hendersonville Elementary School please click on HOW TO BECOME A CUBCAT to get all of the information that you need for registering for our school. We can’t wait to meet you!
Hendersonville Elementary is one of only four schools in the state to be named a 2018 Lighthouse School by the NC […]
Saturday, December 2nd, the Hendobots from HES competed at the First Lego League Tournament in Cherokee, NC. The Team is made up of 4th and 5th grader students and is sponsored by Mrs. Lindsey Skidmore. They did a great job and represented HES very well. Way to go Hendobots!
HES students are invited to participate in a MATH FAIR this year. The Math Fair will take place on February 12 and 13th. Winners from the HES Math Fair will be invited to attend the Regional Math Fair held at Appalachian State University on Saturday, March 24th. For our planning purposes, we are asking that […]
Our 4th grade wax museum was a definite hit! Read the article from the Times-News/BlueRidgeNow about it here.
“North Carolina has some really great people!”, one of the 4th graders exclaimed. On Friday, the HES 4th graders presented their wax museum portraying famous North Carolinians past and present and they did a wondeful job. They were featured on Friday’s WLOS Never Stop Learning segment. Watch it here.
These 4th graders want you to “Yabba Dabba Do” your reading strategies! Check our their video and catchy tune! […]
Parents, Do you anticipate that it will be difficult to provide Christmas gifts to your children this year? If so, our partnership will be working with local churches, faith communities, agencies, and businesses to make Christmas more special by providing clothing and toys for children whose families may have financial hardships and choose to participate. […]