Galileo is an assessment tool that all Heritage Glendale students use to determine their achievement in both reading and math standards. These standards "benchmarks" will be administered five times per year. Kindergarten will complete math all five times, and reading twice. Fourth and eighth grade students will also be assessed in science. The first assessment, which was administered at the end of August, was a pre-test. The pre-test covered last year's standards as well as the upcoming standards for the current grade level. The data for this first pre-test is now available to parents online!
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Click on "K-12 Parent Center" under the yellow User Login tab.
Enter your student's information, which should have been provided to you or your student. NOTE: if you need student login information again, contact your child's teacher.
Select the teacher's name from the drop down menu.
On the bottom section of the screen, you will be able to see your student's overall score on each assessment, and will also be able to click on the test and see the actual state standards that were tested, and how you student performed on each individual standard.
Eventually, students will be able to complete assignments online through this system, so it will be important to retain the login information for future use.
The second of five assessments, which will be the first actual "benchmark assessment" will be administered during the first week in October.
HES Glendale polo shirts
HES Glendale now has school shirts available for purchase. We have sizes for all grades as well as adult sizes. All colors (red, navy blue, white) are also available. Shirts are polo style, embroidered with the Heritage logo. The cost is $10; parents may purchase them at the front desk.
Letter to Parents on School Accountability System
In July 2012, Arizona was granted a Flexibility Request under the provisions of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), formerly known as No Child Left Behind, which allows Arizona flexibility in designing and implementing a school accountability system. The purpose of the Flexibility Request is to improve educational opportunities for all children attending a Title I school. This federally funded program provides assistance to schools serving students who are at risk for academic failure. This legislation supports the school district’s efforts to provide a strong standards-based educational program for students along with accountability for student achievement.
As a parent/guardian, you that you have the right to request information regarding the professional qualifications of any teacher that is instructing your child. You may request information regarding the following:
Whether or not the teacher has met state certification requirements;
Whether or not the teacher is teaching under emergency or provisional status;
The bachelor's degree major of the teacher, any other certification or degrees held by the teacher and the subject areas of the certification or degrees; and
Whether your child is provided services by teacher aides/paraprofessionals and, if so, their qualifications.
You will receive a response to your request for information within 10 days.
First Day of School Round-Up
Welcome back from the Heritage Elementary School office staff! Please take a minute to read the following reminders and procedures relating to student pickup.
1.) Wednesdays are early release days. School is out at 12:15 p.m. Lunch for 2nd-8th grade will be served during after-school hours. If you would like to have your 2nd to 8th grade student eat lunch at school on Wednesdays, you simply need to pick him or her up during after-school hours after the lunch times. Please see our lunch schedule. We usually like to allow 20 minutes for students to eat lunch.
2.) If parents would like to park and come into the school, please use the parking lots; please do not park in front of the school along the road, as it causes congestion.
3.) When exiting on Glendale Ave., all cars should turn right so we don't back up the flow of traffic.
4.) The after-school office has moved. If parents come to pick up during after-school, they are to use the gate located on the south end of the front office. Regular school office hours are from 7:30 to 3:30pm, and the after-school office is open from 3:00 until 6:00pm. The after-school office is located in room A3, which is just across from the front office on the back side (when entering in the gate, it will be on the left hand side).