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Current News

DARE Skate Night is 2/8

The 12th Annual DARE Skate Night for Highland Middle School will be held on Wednesday, February 8 at the Brunswick Skate Station from 6:30-8:30 p.m. We open our middle school skate night to our 5th grade DARE students as well! Forms are available in the middle school lobby. DARE Skate has lots of skating fun and door prizes. Hope to see you there!

Board Meeting Location/Time Changed

The All-County Boards of Education Meeting that was scheduled for Wednesday, February 8 at 6 p.m. at the Medina County Career Center has been cancelled.  As a result, the Highland Board of Education meeting will remain on the same date, but the location and time has changed. The meeting will now be held at 7 p.m. in the Highland High School Media Center. 


Dear Highland Families:
As you may recall, in 2014 Highland Schools assembled a Facility Advisory Committee comprised of 30 people including community leaders, elected officials and parents to perform an extensive review of our elementary and middle school facilities. At the conclusion of that process, committee members voted and made a recommendation to the board on how to address our aging and deteriorating facilities.

Winter Adaptation Program

Hinckley 1st graders Reese Stanley (left) and Alyssa Haist pay close attention to Pam Taylor of the Cleveland MetroParks as she talks about the fur of a beaver.Cleveland MetroParks representative Pam Taylor visited Hinckley Elementary School on January 6 to offer a special presentation on animals and how many of them are able to adapt during the winter months. Pam explained to the students how many animals such as coyote, fox, deer, snakes, butterfly, birds, beaver, etc, adapt and survive the cold weather. Students also had the opportunity to ask lots of questions! Pictured are Hinckley 1st graders Reese Stanley (left) and Alyssa Haist as they pay close attention to Pam as she talks about the fur of a beaver.