TCAP Spirit Week Activities
We are celebrating our upcoming TCAP testing with a week of fun activities at school. Students at EHIS will be counting down the last days until TCAP by participating in our dress-up days.
Monday 4/20: “We’ll shine bright on the test!"
Tuesday 4/21: “We’ll sock it to TCAP!”
Wear crazy socks
Wednesday 4/22: “We can’t hide our testing skills!”
Thursday 4/23: “We’ve got our thinking caps on for TCAP!”
Friday 4/24: “We’ll soar like EAGLES on TCAP!"
Wear school colors
TCAP - April 28-April 30
We are looking forward to showing how much we've learned this school year! Our TCAP test will be given on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, April 28-30. Make-up tests will be completed on Friday, May 1. Social Studies tests will take place the following week. Please help your child be successful by making sure they are at school on time on testing days, scheduling appointments on non-testing days, helping them get a good night's rest, and encouraging them to do their best. Breakfast will be provided in our cafeteria each morning. Thank you for your help as we show what we know and do our best on the test!
April 28 - May 1 TCAP Testing
May 4 - Social Studies TCAP testing (3rd Grade)
May 5 - Social Studies TCAP testing (4th Grade)
May 6 - Social Studies TCAP testing (5th Grade)
May 7 - Ag in the Classroom (3rd Grade)
May 7- 5th Grade Awards Day (8:30 AM)
May 7- 4th Grade Awards Day (10:00 AM)
May 8- Field Day
May 11 - 4th Grade Field Trip
May 11- 3rd Grade Awards Day (9:30 AM)
May 14 - 5th Grade "Splitting" Out of 5th Grade Banana Splits
May 14 - Last full day of school for the students
Online Survey for Parents
Parents, please click on the link below to fill out a survey about our school. Your feedback will help make our school the best it can be! Thank you so much for your time. You are making a difference in your child's education!
Telemedicine Coming to EHIS in January
A new health program is coming to our school! The Hickman County Board of Education has approved a trial from Integrated Care Professionals that will provide our schools with access to a nurse practitioner. Beginning in January, students who become sick during school hours will now be able to have access to the nurse practitioner who will evaluate the student. If necessary, prescribed medicine can be picked up by the parents later the same day.
Forms will be sent home with our students in the coming days. For more information, please continue to check our website. You may also click the link below to watch a video explaining how the program will work.
Click here for a video on ICP in schools