Heritage Elementary 

219 Watkins Boulevard
Highland, MI 48357

Phone: (248)-684-8190
Fax: (248)-684-8193

Start Time -- 9:13 AM
Dismissal Time -- 4:05 PM

Principal: Ms. Jenna Stevens
Office Coordinator: Tina Malmquist

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MISSION STATEMENT

The Heritage Elementary mission is to guide students to become responsible learners and leaders of their lives.

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 What our students say about being a Leader in Me school:

2013 Leadership Day Video

What I Like about Being a Covey School
What the Leadership Means to Me
How I Use the 7 Habits

WELCOME! Heritage Elementary is proud to be recognized as a Leader in Me School. As a Leader in Me School, students will learn about and implement the essential skills of leadership based on Stephen Covey's The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. Necessary skills such as accountability, responsibility, problem solving, teamwork, goal setting, and adaptability are integrated into the core curriculum. Teaching these skills, along with a common language of leadership, helps to develop leaders, one child at a time.

In order to make this initiative happen, our staff needs extensive training and materials. If you would like to donate money to help us fund this amazing intiative, please click on the Pay Schools icon to the right.

If you have any questions about the process or donating money, please contact the office.

 2013-2014 Annual Report  

HVS BOARD POLICY #5114 

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Heritage News Upcoming Events
Feb 13
School Calendar Change

The current school calendar has an early release day scheduled for April 29. As you know, May 5 has now been scheduled for a statewide election. Since many of our buildings are utilized as polling sites, it was determined that it would be in the best interests of our students, staff and families to change our professional development day from April 29 to May 5. Therefore, students should report for a full day on April 29. Students will not report on May 5.

 

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