It's that time again!!! We need those Box Tops. Ask your friends, beg your family, whatever you can do to get those Box Tops to us!!!
We welcome all students into our CHES family!
If you are planning to register your child for Central Heights Elementary, please bring your child's:
Central Heights Elementary School
Caring Helping Educating Students
158 Central Heights Road
Blountville, TN 37617
(423) 354-1575 phone
(423) 354-1581 fax
Principal: Mr. Jeff Hickam
Secretary: Mrs. Lori Gragg
School Counselor: Mrs. Stacey Gillman
School Nurse: Mrs. Kim Wilson
Keeping the Faith
We are taking orders for t-shirts as a fundraiser for Nurse Kim and Faith. The design says "Keeping the FaiTh. WE WALK BY FAITH NOT BY SIGHT". If you would like to see the design, please stop by the office. The shirt will be gray and the letters will be purple. Order forms are also available at the office and will be taken until Monday, February 2nd. T-shirts cost $5 each and are available in children and adult sizes. Thank you for your continued support!
Fall Festival Final Totals
Kelsey Roller and her family were presented with a check for $9,200 on Monday, November 24. Thank you to all who helped, participated, and supported this effort in ANY way! This is a true testament of what a family CHES really is.
Thank you to to everyone who purchased a ticket for the quilt drawing. Your donations were greatly appreciated. We were able to raise $1760.00 for Kelsey and her family. The winner of the quilt was Kathy S. from Piney Flats.
Students speak out about doing drugs
The fence has become an amazing way for students to speak to the community about their view on drugs. Simply stated "Don't Do Drugs" has become this year's motto.
Our night at McDonalds for McTeacher's Night was a HUGE success! We want to thank all those families that came out to support our school. We were able to raise over $500! Thank you again. Just look at how much fun this was for everyone...
CHES takes the Ice Bucket Challenge
Teachers took the plunge this week to bring awareness to Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS). Students watched as buckets of ice and water were dumped over the heads of several of their favorite teachers. It is our hope that through our efforts we can help bring a cure to this deadly disease.
Join our Pre-K Program
We are doing BIG things in our Pre-K. Since the start of our Pre-K program in 2013, we have grown by leaps and bounds. We are very excited about the opportunity to host this program. With the national curriculum getting tougher, students need to have exposure to school before kindergarten. In our Pre-K program, the children will learn everything they need to be successful in kindergarten.
Please email Carol Briggs at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested or have questions about the program.
February 11, 2015 - Midpoint of the Nine Weeks
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