Welcome to the 2022-2023 school year Houston Upper Elementary School! I am incredibly excited to be your principal and look forward to an amazing year of learning and growing.
Education is so very important. Education is more than grades and report cards. It is the gatekeeper for so many things in life that it is vital that we work as a school and community to ensure that every student has access to a rigorous and relevant learning experience to inspire them to be life-long learners and to pursue any dream they can imagine!
Our mission at Houston Upper Elementary is to ensure high levels of learning for ALL students. We cannot do it alone. Therefore, I urge you to please join us in making this goal a reality for our children. Please communicate with your child's teachers, and find ways to supplement the learning your child is receiving at school in relevant ways at home.
I am thankful that you have chosen Houston Upper Elementary School as your child’s school. I am looking forward to an amazing school year. If you have any questions throughout the year, please know that I am here for you! Through our collective dedication to our students, I am confident that we will achieve Success for All! Here’s to a wonderful year!
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robotics in technology lab.
Students at HUES are exploring early robotics while attending Mrs. Hodnett's Technology Lab. They are excited about learning about coding in real life.
A Typical Day at HUES
HUES Teacher, Staff, and Student of the month.
Congratulations to these students for being respectful, responsible, and positive to be successful. When students received a positive office referrals, they are recognized with a trip to the Principal’s office, but for a good reason. Students received an award and prize. Week of August 15-22, 2022.
Congratulations to these students for being respectful, responsible, and positive to be successful. When students received a positive office referrals, they are recognized with a trip to the Principal’s office, but for a good reason. Students received an award and prize. Week of August 8-12, 2022.
Where every student matters and every moment counts.
Any student, school employee or volunteer who feels he/she has been a victim of bullying or harassing behavior, or has witnessed or who has reliable information that a student, school employee or volunteer has been subject to bullying or harassing behavior shall report such conduct to a teacher, principal, counselor or other school official. The report shall be made promptly but no later than five (5) calendar days after the alleged act or acts occurred. The school official shall complete a “Bullying/Harassing Behavior” complaint form which shall include the name of the reporting person, the specific nature and date of the misconduct, the names of the victim of the misconduct, the names of any witnesses and any other information that would assist in the investigation of the complaint. The report shall be given promptly to the principal or superintendent who shall institute an immediate investigation. Complaints against the principal shall be made to the superintendent and complaints against the superintendent shall be made to the Board chairman.
The complaint shall be investigated promptly. Parents will be notified of the nature of any complaint involving their student. The District official will arrange such meetings as may be necessary with all concerned parties within five (5) working days after initial receipt of the complaint by the District. The parties will have an opportunity to submit evidence and a list of witnesses. All findings related to the complaint will be reduced to writing. The District official conducting the investigation shall notify the victim and parents as appropriate when the investigation is completed and a decision regarding disciplinary action, as warranted, is determined.
If the victim is not satisfied with the decision of the District official, he/she may submit a written appeal to the superintendent. Such appeal shall be filed within ten (10) working days after receipt of the results of the initial decision. The superintendent will arrange such meetings with the victim and other affected parties as deemed necessary to discuss the appeal. The superintendent shall provide a written decision to the victim’s appeal within ten (10) working days. If the victim is not satisfied with the decision of the superintendent, a written appeal may be filed with the Board. Such appeal shall be filed within ten (10) working days after receipt of the decision of the superintendent. The Board shall, within twenty (20) working days, allow the victim and parents as appropriate to appear before the Board to present reasons for dissatisfaction with the decision of the superintendent. The Board shall provide a written decision within ten (10) working days following the victim’s appearance before the Board.