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There is a sign above the door leading into Hebron Elementary School that reads “Through these doors pass the greatest students in the world.” That is certainly a very high bar to live up to, but here at HES that is a very fitting description for the approximately 370 3rd through 6th grade students that come here each day to learn and grow.
At HES we are committed to providing our students with not only a high-level, differentiated academic education, but also diverse programming that allows for individualized, enriching experiences that promote independence and a life-long love of learning. We provide daily opportunities for critical social/emotional learning through our Positive Behavior Intervention Supports (PBIS), as well as continuously foster a positive school climate that celebrates student diversity and ensures a safe learning environment for all.
Our staff is the most student-centered group of professionals I have ever had the pleasure to work with. This is not only true of our classroom teachers and support specialists, but also our paraprofessionals, office staff and custodians. Everyone recognizes their work is of equal importance in determining what is best for our students and their learning. It truly is a collaborative teaching environment that is fostered here at HES and the impact that it has on our students is evident everywhere you look.
The parents in our community have not only provided us with wonderful kids, but are also supportive and collaborative partners in their educational process. In order for us to wholly educate our children, our parents recognize the importance of communication and consistency between the school and home. At HES, we are proud to have such a caring and committed group of parents working alongside us.
The combined efforts of our staff, parents, and the children themselves all contribute to creating a truly unique, supportive, and progressive intermediate school. Here there is a perfect balance of those three crucial elements that set expectations high, keep futures bright, and allow the greatest students in the world to pass through each day.