Heights Elementary School
300 25th Street North
Ph: (409) 916-0500
Fax: (409) 942-2450
7:55 am - 3:15 pm
Monday - Friday
Red & White
Heights Elementary is located at 300 25th Street, which is also known locally as Logan. If you are traveling east, turn right from Ninth Avenue N. to 25th Street (Logan). The school will be on your left.
Texas Recognized School; TEA Gold Performance Awards; Teacher Awarded Foundation For the Future Grants (rock climbing wall, special needs playground equipment, fitness walking trail, classroom technology etc.); Channel 2 News Sunshine Award Recipients (2003 & 2005); Daughters of the Republic of Texas History Essay contest winners; American Legion Essay contest Winners; Cafeteria Health Department Awards; District Safety Award Recipient (2008)
Making Academic Gifted Instruction Count (MAGIC) for identified gifted and talented students; English as a Second Language ( ESL); technology in every classroom; Guided Reading Groups; special education inclusion; PPCD; SLC; ARI/AMI; Pre-K Head Start; LEAP; Destination Success Lab; two computer labs; dyslexia services; character education; math & reading family nights; tutorials; integrated curriculum (K-4); campus assessment and referral team; awards assemblies; spelling bee; Kindergarten Orientation; Red Ribbon Week activities; safety patrol; Student Council; Field Day; Boys & Girls Club (after-school childcare); guidance groups; Skate to Blade; grade level musical performances; Big Brothers & Big Sisters; Proud Card recognition; Heights Heroes; Angel Network Christmas Program; BEST Committee; QuEST Committee.
Parent/Teacher Organization (PTO) membership; classroom instructional volunteers; office and library volunteers; QuEST Committee; cafeteria helpers; parent education programs; classroom guest readers; field trips; yearbook; book fairs; Guest Reader Day; Grandparents Day; field day volunteers, Easter egg hunt volunteers and parent workshops (Disciplining with Love, Healthy Relationships, GED/Continuing Education, Reading Is Fun, Fun with Fathers); Parent STAAR awareness meetings; Water Day; Parent Conference Day; Community Helpers Week; School Supply Drop-off/Meet the Teacher; Parent Orientation Night; Kindergarten and fourth grade graduation ceremonies;Texas Public School Week activities; Kindergarten Round Up; 100th Day of School Celebration; Pig Parade; Thanksgiving Feast; Hat Parade; Bear Parade; Book Character Day; Go Texan Day