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Susan Matthews- Principal

Shawn Baskersville- Asst. Principal

Our Vision

Realizing dreams one student at a time

Our Mission

Empowers & values students, inspires learning, creates innovators & problem-solvers

Progress Reports Go Home May 13th.

Progress reports will be in an electronic format.

Memorial Day will be observed on May 31st.

There will be no school that day.

Dear Parents/Gradians,

Now that Highland is at almost full capacity (yay!) for in-person learning, we need your help getting our little people home safely and smoothly via car patrol.

-Students in grades 1-5 will be picked up at the back of the school in the afternoon.

- Please do not get here before 2:30pm. Traffic gets backed up on the main road.

- DO NOT get out of your car. Staff will assist your child getting in and out of the car.

- DO pull up and out of traffic, if your child needs help buckling their seat belt.

- Pull up close as possible to allow as many cars into the space, as possible.

-DO have your car patrol number visible for staff to help get your child to the appropriate space.

Thank you for your help, as we try to streamline dismissal for an additional 150 children per day! :)

If you have borrowed a chrome book from the school please read the letter below for our return policy

Chromebook Return Letter.pdf

Dear Parents/Guardians,

On Friday, May 21st, Highland will be hosting a Drive-In Bingo Night!!!

Please join us for this fun-filled evening of BINGO, books, & a visit from Hero the Husky!

The night will include a book reading by Mrs. Matthews, 3 high frequency word bingo games, and 3 math bingo games as well as snacks.

Please use the link below to RSVP by Friday, May 7th.

Drive-in BINGO

Have a question about what is is going on at Highland, email dcoulon@mansd.org or contact your child's teacher.

Highland Celebrates Autism Awareness

Thank you to Mrs. Reyes & Mrs. Jolicoeur!

The "Paws" look wonderful on our walls!

Title I, Title III (English Language Learners) and the 21st Century Program are

once again partnering up to offer a unified Summer Learning Academy experience

for students across the district.

Each day students will receive academic support from Manchester Certified

Teachers, followed by fun and engaging enrichment activities from the 21st Century

team, including STEAM, music, games, and lots of outdoor fun. Breakfast and lunch

will also be provided, all at no cost to students.

Programming will be offered both in person and remotely.

Operating 9am to 2pm, Monday through Friday

July 6, 2021 to August 13, 2021. Summer Learning Academy

Preregistration begins late March - early April.

Kindergarten Tour to HGF!

Welcome to Highland Goffes-Falls School where we empower and value students, inspire learning, create innovators and problem-solvers!

Please take our virtual tour on the left and let us know if you have any questions.



Directions to

Highland-Goffe's Falls School

Donors Choose is a website where we can request materials for our classroom and anyone can donate money to our project. Once the project is fully funded the materials are shipped directly to our school! It’s a great way to help your students teacher directly and help them get exactly what their classroom needs!

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School Food and Nutrition

Visit our School Food and Nutrition pages to view monthly breakfast & lunch menus.You can also read health and nutrition tips and learn about wellness initiatives in our schools. Visit www.myschoolbucks.com to manage your student's account balance.

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