Doughnuts For Dad

Donuts for Dads

September 29, 2015

The dads of High Hills Elementary School made their way to our cafeteria to be honored for their constant support of our students. The dads were treated to a variety of donuts, danishes, cookies, brownies, juices and coffee. Mr. John F. Kennedy (School Liaison Officer) greeted the audience and thanked them for their contributions to High Hills Elementary. He reminded the dads of the vital role they play in the success of their child. Our dads then contributed to the school by shopping at our Annual Fall PTA Book Fair.  The dads raised over $1000.00 during the event.  Our dads are the BEST and we appreciate them each and every day!!!!


High Hills Elementary School

From the Principal's desk

Welcome to the High Hills Elementary website! 

We are pleased that you have taken the time to visit our website.  Our hope is that you find our website to be user-friendly, and after your visit, you will have a good idea of all we have to offer.

High Hills Elementary is a school of approximately five hundred students and a teaching and support staff of over sixty people.  We are very proud of our school and community.  High Hills provides each student with a quality education by developing academic and social skills in a safe environment.   Our goal is to achieve academic excellence, build strong character, and enrich learning through creativity and critical thinking; as well as, to prepare our students to contribute to the betterment of society.  Our students are focused on always being their “personal best” and encouraged to “never give up”.  Staff members are dedicated and committed to the success of every child, and their professionalism is greatly acknowledged. We will maintain a proactive approach this year to continue our expectation of a positive school culture in which ALL students achieve success.  .

It is our desire at High Hills to provide an excellent educational experience and to this end we appreciate community and parent involvement. Please feel free to contact us with your suggestions or concerns. We look forward to an exciting and productive year.


Dr. Maggie Wright




    "Teaching is definitely an assignment that grants me a boundless repertoire of moments to appreciate the gift of education.Having taught for 20 years, I firmly believe that shared power within the classroom is possible, and produces an atmosphere conducive to learning.  The atmosphere is charged by creating expectations that make for an effective learning environment where students can, consistently, practice being self-directed learners."



Vision Statement

The vision of High Hills Elementary School is to create a community committed to academic excellence. 

Daily Announcements

American Education Week Nov. 16-20th

Monday - Say Thank You to a teacher.

Tuesday - Wear your college gear!

Wednesday - Say Thank You to a staff member.

Thursday - Turkey Feast Day! Eat Thanksgiving lunch with your parents.

Friday - Wear your shades day!

Peachjar eFlyers


15-16 supply list.pdf
What a Parent Should Know for Reunification During A School Crisis Incident
Draft long version of Parent Communication.pdf
Directions for Parent Portal
Directions for Parent Portal.pdf
Parent Portal Log In

Request password
Request form for forgotten username and password.pdf


Please join High Hills Elementary School Thursday, November 19, 2015 at 5:30p.m. for our Fall Title One Meeting.  Following the Title One meeting we will have PTA and International Night.

Federal and State Parental Notification Requirements
High Hills Annual Report to the Parents page 1
Report to parents pg 1 signed.pdf
High Hills Annual Report to the Parents page 2
Report to parents pg 2 signed.pdf
High Hills Elementary School Renewal Plan
School renewal plan 14-15.pdf

Parent's Right to Know


Parents/Guardians in the Sumter School District have the right to learn about the following qualifications of their child’s teacher: state licensure requirements for the grade level and content areas taught, the current licensing status of your child’s teacher, and baccalaureate/graduate certification/degree. You may also request the qualifications of an instructional paraprofessional who serves your child in a Title I program or if your child’s school operates a school wide Title I program.

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