Fifty-five people have applied for the position, which will be vacant at the end of the school year.
Highland View Elementary
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Wednesday, December 12, 2012
The suspect ran from police leaving behind his blue Addidas.
The alarm went off at Highland View Elementary School about 1:15 a.m. Dec. 4, after a brick was thrown at a window. Greendale Police responded after the alarm went off. Once on scene, police noticed a man near the school. When police tried talking to him the man took off on foot into the "O" section—running out of his blue Adidas shoes. He was last seen wearing a black jacket with fur lined hood. Police determined that the school might have been entered but nothing has been reported stolen.
Monday, July 9, 2012
The Greendale School District offices can be found at the high school. The Greendale Park and Recreation Department will temporarily stay at Highland View's library until it moves to the public library in August.
The Greendale School District office has moved from Highland View Elementary to its new location at Greendale High School at the old wood shop and auto garage. The move was completed on July 6. The Greendale Park & Recreation office has temporarily moved into the Highland View Elementary School library until its new offices are built at the Greendale Public Library on August 6 as part of the future Greendale Community Learning Center. The school district office will remain open during the summer from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., except for July 13 and July 27. The old district office area at Highland View is being renovated to create additional classrooms, which should be ready by late summer so that the Time 4 Learning Charter School classes and …
Monday, May 21, 2012
Teachers came outside holding numbers to reveal the whopping total of reading minutes done by Highland View Elementary students over the course of the school year.
Chants of victory were heard from students outside of Highland View Elementary School on Friday afternoon as their teachers revealed their final Read 20 numbers. The second annual program, which kicked off last September, encourages students to read at least 20 minutes everyday outside of school to reach a collaborative goal of 1,000,000 minutes at the end of the school year. The hard work paid off. Students cheered as their teachers revealed 1,125,125 minutes read, beating last year’s total. One class even read 2,500 minutes in one night, said Principal Leni Dietrich. This year fourth grade challenged other grades to do 40 minutes of reading a night instead of 20. “We try to give kids different things to get excited about in education,” …
Thursday, April 26, 2012
Time 4 Learning Charter School classes and Early Childhood Programs will move to Highland View School and the district office will move to Greendale High School.
Additional classrooms at Highland View Elementary should be ready by late summer, according to an update given to the Greendale School Board on Monday. Due to growing enrollment and space issues at Highland View, school officials decided last year to convert the district offices into classrooms and move the offices to the old wood shop and auto garage space at the high school. Time 4 Learning Charter School classes and Early Childhood Programs will move to Highland View School. The total cost of the project will be $999,976, which includes architectural design, all construction and renovation, as well as any furniture and equipment. Funding for the project will come from this year’s facilities budget, other unspent funds and Fund 10 fund …
Tuesday, January 17, 2012
Administrators tell board members to start looking at open enrollment numbers for next year and to again consider moving district offices out of Highland View School.
The state-wide public school open enrollment period begins in less than a month and Greendale School officials are preparing to decide on how many seats to make available. District administrators presented an update on K-8 open enrollment and Chapter 220 Enrollment for the 2012-13 school year to the school board at its January 16 meeting. Administrators said that board members will need to take action in the next month to decide how many open enrollment seats to offer for next year. The open enrollment period is from February 6 to 24. Applications are submitted online through the Department of Public Instruction. The District Office will also have a computer available in the lobby for any parent who wants to apply there. Applications are …
Tuesday, December 20, 2011
Greendale school within safe occupancy limits despite concerns over class sizes.
Target class sizes may be at or near the limit at Greendale's Highland View Elementary, but the school is not over building capacity. That is the finding of a new report presented to the school board at its December 19 meeting. The Greendale School District requested a facilities review of the school to find out its capacity capabilities after the board voted last spring not to move the district offices out of the school building. That move had been recommended by a planning team made up of local residents to address lack of classroom space and overcrowding at the school. Instead the board approved a plan to renovate existing common spaces at the school into additional classrooms. Those plans were completed in time for the start of the …
Friday, September 2, 2011
There is nothing like the first day of school to hint that summer is just about over. Parents, take a look at some first day of school photos at the Greendale elementary schools to help ease the pain of the thoughts of cold seasons to come. Patch wishes luck to Highland View, College Park and Canterbury!