On behalf of the faculty and staff of East Hickman Elementary School, we want to take this opportunity to welcome you to a new school year! At EHES, we believe that all students can learn and we are dedicated to helping each child reach his or her fullest potential.
Please feel free to contact the school with questions and concerns regarding your child’s education. Together we will achieve success!
– Leigha Coble & Angie Manor, Principals
EHES Mission Statement
The mission of EHES is to provide a nurturing environment where all students receive rigorous instruction in order to achieve academic proficiency.
Events at EHES
Pre K registration at Centerville Elementary and East Hickman Elementary will be from April 11th-29th 8:00 AM -2:00 PM.
April 25th – April 29th – SAT 10 testing
At the end of the month, all students (k-2) will be taking the Stanford Achievement Test (SAT 10). Your child’s teacher, along with your child, has worked extremely hard this year and I know they are going to do great on the test! It is important that your child get a good night’s rest, eats breakfast. and is on time to school the week of April 25th – April 29th. Students will be testing each morning from 8:15 until lunch. There will be a make-up day on Friday for anyone who missed during the week. Please encourage your child to do their best on the test!
If you are new to our community and need to register in first or second grade, please contact our school office at (931) 670-3044 or stop by during school hours: Monday – Thursday 8:00 – 4:00.
If you are registering for Kindergarten please remember the following items when signing up your child!
– Original birth certificate
– Social Security card
– Up-to-date immunization records
– Proof of residency (ex: utility bill)
East Hickman Elementary won a $2,000 grant as the first-place winner for the Healthy School Team grants from Coordinated School Health and Hickman County Health Department. Coordinated School Health’s Paula Chilton said the program school to develop ways to improve the health of their school and staff. Initiatives included providing healthy recipes to staff, asking parents to send healthy snacks to school for students, using extra recess time as an incentive for good behavior, and organizing fundraisers that included physical activity.
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East Hickman Elementary School
5191 Hwy. 100
Lyles, TN 37098
Leigha Coble, Principal
Angie Manor, Principal