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School Supplies List

back to school2019-2020 K-6 School Supply List


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STEM Day in the Park X

stem day in the park xCome out for this free family event for PreK-12th grade students on August 24 from 2-6 pm. Bring this registration form with you.

School Supplies List

schoolmessenger logoInstructions on editing your SchoolMessenger account settings

Summer Food Service Program

summer meals programLearn more about breakfast and lunch offered at Wright Brothers Elementary and Weisenborn Junior High

An Evening of Fine Arts

evening of fine artsCreative art work was on full display during this year's Evening of Fine Arts. View the full photo gallery.

Beckstrom Orthodontics Visits Monticello

student signing shirtBeckstrom Orthodontics visited Monticello Elementary and brought donuts and juice for all 6th grade students. The students were given a Class of 2025 shirt with Dr. Seuss's saying “Oh the Places You’ll Go” and spent time signing each other’s shirts.students eating donuts

Family Engagement Literacy Night

family engagement literacy nightMore Information For Parents & Guardians About Supporting Learning At Home

2019-20 Kindergarten Registration Information

2019-20 Kindergarten Registration InformationMore Information On Registering Students

The Warrior Path Podcast - Episode 6

Maddie DisneyTools The S.O.A.R. Program Is Using To Learn About STEM & Their Achievements In STEM

Evacuation Statement For 2/12/19

Monticello Elementary had to evacuate February 12th, 2019 due rain coming through a leak in the building’s roof. The leak dripped into a technology closet, causing smoke detectors to activate the building’s fire alarm. Students were evacuated quickly and the fire department was called to assess the situation. There was no smoke or fire detected in the building. The fire department declared the building safe for students and staff and classes resumed. Roofers are on the scene to repair the leak.

13 HHCS Students Advancing Past District Science Fair

district science fairSee The Science Fair Projects

Huber Heights Athletic Foundation Continues Making Noteworthy Donations To HHCS

huber heights athletic foundationThe Foundation's Contributions Over The Years

2019 Spelling Bee District Champion Crowned

group spelling bee pictureRead More About The Competition

2019-2020 School Calendar

2019-2020 school calendarView The Calendar

Charles Huber and Monticello Earn Purple Star Designations

Purple StarMore Information On The Designation

Health Services Reminder To Parents Of 6th Grade Students

health services reminderLearn More About The Immunizations Required For All Incoming 7th Grade Students

The Warrior Path Podcast - Episode 5

The Warrior Path PodcastA Special Look At Wayne High School's JROTC Program And A Preview Of The School's Winter One Act Performances

The Warrior Path Podcast - Episode 4

The Warrior Path Podcast - Episode 4How Arts Are Helping Students Improve Their Self-Esteem And Help Other Children In Need Around The World

Family Math Night Gives Parents New Tools To Help Students

students playing math gameMath Games Helping Students Achieve Outside The Classroom

The Warrior Path Podcast - Episode 3

warrior path podcast - episode 3Tune In And Learn More About The District's Family Math Night And How Senior Night At Wayne Is Helping Students Prepare For Life After Graduation

The Warrior Path Podcast - Episode 2

warrior path podcast episode 2Check Out The Latest Episode About The Power Scholars Academy And A Profile Of Principal Ben Ayers

Family Engagement Math Night

family engagement math nightLearn More About Our New Math Curriculum And How You Can Support Learning At Home

The Warrior Path Podcast - Episode 1

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Summer 2018 Recap

summer 2018 recapContrary To Popular Belief, HHCS Doesn't Shut Down During The Summer. Learn About All That Happened While School Was Out Of Session.

Back To School Info For Elementary Schools

back to school info for elementary schoolsOpen House Dates, Class Lists, Lunch Price, and School Supply Info For Elementary Schools

STEM Day In The Park

STEM Day In The ParkGet Ready For A Free And Fun-Filled Science Learning Experience

Transportation Building Open House

transportation building open houseMark Your Calendars And Join HHCS In Celebrating Its Newly Built Transportation Building!

Huber Heights Board of Education Objects to TIF

The Board's Ultimate Responsibility is Our Students. Read Why the Board is Objecting to the TIF

Nine HHCS Students Heading to State Science Day Competition

science day group pictureSee the Special Awards Earned by HHCS Students

Huber Heights City Schools Statement for District Lockdown on March 6th, 2018
New Centralized Registration Process for Huber Heights City Schools

registration signImportant Information for Parents and Guardians Looking to Enroll or Re-Enroll Their Student

19 Students Advancing Past District Science Fair

Tiara Jackson and her project "Are Finger Print Patterns Inherited?"Inclement Weather Doesn't Stop Students from Having Stand Out Science Fair

Huber Heights City School Statement for School Lockdowns on February 1st, 2018
2018 Spelling Bee District Champion Crowned

HHCS Superintendent Susan Gunnell with Spelling Bee champ Shane Storaci and Amarie GreggStudents Put Spelling Skills to the Test


Warrior Pride Newsletter
Huber Heights City Schools will be participating in the USDA Summer Feeding Program

META, our District ITC, is switching to a different URL over the summer. What does this mean to students and parents?

Once the switch occurs, when you logon to ProgressBook as a student or parent for the first time in the fall, your username and password WILL NOT be auto filled.

Therefore, it is very important that you have your student write down their ProgressBook username and password and you as a parent will also need to write down your ProgressBook Parent Viewer username and password before June 1, 2017 to help make a smooth transition when school starts in the fall.

Congratulations to the Studebaker Preschool for receiving a 5-Star Award from the State of Ohio!

Preschoool award

Latest edition of the Warrior Pride Newsletter!
Notice to Bidders – Rushmore Elementary Parking Renovations








Bill Sanders, custodian at Wright Brothers Elementary School, has been named one of 10 national finalists for Janitor of the Year contest. Sponsored by Cintas Corporation, the contest recognizes the best-of-the-best in school janitors. The winner receives a $5,000 cash prize and the school receives $5,000 in Cintas and Rubbermaid products and services.

Click HERE to “Vote for Bill Sanders” 



Accepting Letter of Interest for Vacant Board Seat

The Board of Education is accepting letters of interest for the vacant board seat.  A letter of interest along with a statement of why you want to serve on the board, should be submitted to Kelly Bledsoe, Board President at Kelly.Bledsoe@huberheightscityschools.org by 6:00 PM January 10, 2016.

Candidates will be contacted for interviews to be held on Tuesday, January 12, 2016 beginning at 6:00 PM.  Candidates will be contacted by Mr. Bledsoe with interview times.

This vacancy is the result of the resignation of Mr. Joshua Sullenberger.  HIs term expires on December 31, 2017.

Ohio’s College Credit Plus program

Ohio’s College Credit Plus program can help 7th through 12th grade students earn college and high school credits by taking college courses.  If you are interested in having your child participate in the 2016/2017 school year please attend the College Credit Plus Information Meeting.

Wayne Auditorium
January 14th, 2016


Dayton & Montgomery County Public Health has informed the District that they are unable to administer the Flu Mist Vaccine on Wednesday, November 4, 2015 due to a manufacturer shortage of the mist. 

We apologize for the inconvenience




Saturday, September 26, 2:00 PM - 6:00 PM

STEM Day in the Park VI is a FREE Family Event.  Volunteers are needed.  See attached flyers for additional information.

Registration Form

Volunteer Information

2015-2016 School Year

Class Lists Posted                          August 7 after 4:00 p.m.

Open House Grades 1-6                August 11 from 5:00 - 6:00 p.m.

Kindergarten Open House              August 17 from 4:00 - 5:00 p.m.  

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Five Core Capabilities Team Meeting Dates
Goal: Formulate Action Plans