Mission Statement

    The mission of National Hills Elementary is to create knowledgeable students with the necessary skills and attitudes to think independently, and to maximize their academic potential in order to become proficient in problem solving so they can successfully meet the challenges of the future. We will provide a well qualified faculty and staff that will produce a positive and safe atmosphere for all of our students. These goals will be achieved in close partnership with the home and community.  

    Daily Announcements

    Congratulations to all  5th grade students who graduated from the C.H.A.M.P.S program sponsored by the Richmond County Sheriff's Office. The following students were given special honors at the graduation held on April 1, 2014 with Sheriff Richard Roundtree as the guest speaker:
    Essay Winners/Kitchings: Angel Renteria, Joy Allen, and Jasmin Carachure
    Poster Winners/Kitchings: Joy Allen & Ky'Auna Favor
    Essay Winners/Bowles: Xian Cowher, Elizabeth Zubizarreta, Zakera Jackson
    Poster Winners/Bowles: La'Darrion Arnett
    Top CHAMPS Student: Kelsie Schuyler

    Congratulations to Student Council for their successful production of Skinnybones by Barbara Park!

    Free Football Camp on Saturday, May 31st for students ages 8-18. Registration and liability form here...

    footall camp.pdf 

    National Hills has a new school brochure highlighting facts and activities available at our school. To see the brochure click here.

    National Hills raised over $1500.00 for the American Heart Association on February 21st. Click here to see the fun we had!

    Summer reading for students who will be in 4th or 5th grades (or moved on to middle school). Here are the new titles for the Helen Ruffin Reading Bowl! Start early!!

    To see Monday's news program click here.
    To see Tuesday's news program click here.
    To see Wednesday's news program click here.
    To see Thursday's news program click here.
    To see Friday's new program click here.

    1st Place Science Fair Winners: Isaiah Lewis (3rd), Jayvyn Copeland (3rd), Phillip Hodges (4th), Jordyn Taylor (4th), Iyana Emerson (5th), Kelsie Schuyler (5th)
    2nd Place Science Fair Winners: Makayla Coleman (3rd), Joseph Pearson (4th), Trinyty Gregory (4th), Joy Allen (5th)
    3rd Place Science Fair Winners: Brian Mills (3rd), Kristen Tolbert (3rd), Corey Scales (4th), Adonte Boyd (5th)
    Honorable Mention: Jaquavain Robinson (2nd), Malcolm Cochrane (3rd), Maggie Lin (3rd), Casey Scales (4th), Gerald Evans (5th), Jasmine Carachure (5th)

    Here is information regarding the proposal to merge National Hills with Garrett Elementary
    Merger of National Hills and Garrett.pdf

    The townhall meeting scheduled to discuss the proposal has been rescheduled for 6:30 p.m. Thursday, February 20th at Garrett Elementary in the cafeteria..

    Congratulations to Sonya Graham for being named National Hills Elementary Teacher of the Year 2013-14!

    Public Information

    Community Survey
    Superintendent Qualifications

    Please participate in this brief survey to express your preferences for Richmond County School System Superintendent qualifications.

    RCSS Connections

    A Parent Guide to Destination Math and A Parent Guide to Destination Reading are available to give insight on using the Houghton Mifflin website. The web address is http://rd.richmond.k12.ga.us/lms

    Upcoming Events

    Thursday, April 17
    Board Meeting
    Barnes & Noble hosts "GAME NIGHT" for Teachers & Parents @ 6:00 PM
    Wednesday, April 23
    Progress Reports
    Tuesday, May 13


    Today, 4/16/2014
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    0% chance of precipitation.
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