Cedar Hills Elementary
Phone: 913/239.3300 Fax: 913/239.3348
Attendance: 913/239.3305

 


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Recognized as:

Just Announced, June 2014! Common Sense Media Certified School

Governor's Achievement Award 2012
Top 5% of Schools in Kansas 


"Innovation Spaces" Technology Pilot Project
 2012, 2013 ,2014

"The Kindest School In Kansas City" by
Synergy Services, Inc.

Standard of Excellence on Kansas Assessments in Math, Reading, Science!
and
A place of great students, parents and staff!

 

 

 

 


Registration is now online!
Parents asked for it and now it is here – online registration! The online school registration process has improved by providing families an easy to navigate online experience. Step by step navigation moves users quickly through the registration process, including the completion of the final step – paying fees. Families are encouraged to register and pay fees as soon as possible so we can determine the number of grade-level sections needed. Elementary and middle school registration starts May 1. High school registration begins July 7. Register today by going to
www.bluevalleyk12.org/registration.

 Just announced...CHE has been recognized as a Common Sense Media Certified School. This distinguished award is for our dedication to teaching young people how to be safe, responsible digital citizens.  Congratulations to all!

Are you new to the area?  Let's start the registration process even if the start date is next school year.  Just call 913.239.3300.

Reel in a Good Book! Be sure to visit our open library time each Wednesday between 9:30-11:30am.  This special program is made possible by your generous donation to the Take Stock in Cedar Hills program. Please note: the library will not be open on Wednesday, June 18 due to the National Forensic League Tournament using CHE as a site.

A warm and special welcome to all of our new families. Thanks for joining the CHE community. Please join in welcoming these new staff members...
- Hillary Pontier, Art
- Coleen Slaney, Administrative Assistant
- Sara Hoepner, School Psychologist

 

  SchoolCenter PicturePlease make note of these important upcoming dates:


July
16- Open Library; 9:30-11:30
23- Open Library; 9:30-11:30am
28- School Office opens
30- Open Library; 9:30-11:30

August
12- Class listings posted via email, 4pm
  - PTO Ice Cream Social, 5:30-7pm
14- First Day of Classes, all grades
  Pastries for Parents, 8:30-9:30am,
21- Parent Back to School Night, 6:30pm
26- Early Dismissal, 2pm

(for a complete listing of 2014-14 school activities, simply click "Calendars")


 

(a complete set school events can be found under "calendar")

Are you new to the area? We want to hear from you...please contact the school office (239.3300) so we can start the enrollment/transition process. To help with this important step please view the vitual tour link below A group of fifth grade students want to share their school with you using an ALL NEW  Photo Story Virtual Tour . This is an excellent resource for new families as they transition to their new school. We hope you enjoy the tour! 

 
SchoolCenter Picture  IMPORTANT Information UPDATE
The "peanut product safer learning evironment has been updated to "Nut Safer". Thank you for your continued support of this practice for of our classrooms/learning areas.  A complete listing of approved food items can be found under "Forms and Documents". Part of our comprehensive, proactive plan is to limit the consumption of nut products in classrooms.  This nut product elimination will go beyond healthy type snacks (peanut butter crackers) to include birthday treats and food products enjoyed at the three classroom parties. We will continue to serve peanut butter and jelly sandwiches in our dining room and a "sack lunch" could certainly include products restricted in classrooms.  There will continue to be a "nut safer" lunch table available to children. This listing will also be used for the three designated classroom parties.  In an effort to protect all children and to continue to have safety as our number one priority, only items from the listing will be accepted for distribution at school.  Although it would be impossible to guarantee a totally nut-free environment, with your support and effort we can make additional strides in making all children safe while at Cedar Hills.  Thank you for your understanding of this very important matter.