ACT DISTRICT TEST
When: Tuesday, October 1, 2019, 1st through 4th periods
***Deadline to Sign-Up: Thursday, August 15th***
(You must pay when you sign up in the guidance office)
Ø Can test up to 50 students in grades 10-12
(priority will be given to juniors and seniors)
Ø Scores will be college reportable
Ø Contact Mrs. Boaz for more details
Back to School at Hickman County Elementary
Registration for NEW students only will be held in the front office July 31st from 8am to 2pm. Please bring a copy of your child’s social security card, certified birth certificate, shot record, physical exam, vision exam and dental exam with you. This is for students who are enrolling at HCES for the first time.
Back to School Night will be July 31st from 5pm-7pm in the HCES gym. Class supply lists and homeroom assignments were recently mailed, and parents should be receiving them any day. We look forward to seeing our elementary students on their first day back on August 8th! (Preschool will start on Monday, August 20th!)
ATTENTION PARENTS: Please pick up your child’s prescription and/or over-the-counter medications from the nurse’s office by the end of the school year. According to school policy, we can’t send medications home with students or keep medications over the summer. All medicine must be picked up by May 22, 2017. New medications and consent forms will be obtained in August for the next school year.
The Hickman County Elementary School Leadership Cabinet recently organized a canned food drive to benefit local families in the county. The HCES Leadership Cabinet asked each homeroom at HCES to bring in canned good; as a whole, HCES collected about 1,300 canned goods and other food items, while Mrs. Jessica Lathrop’s homeroom won with 265 food items. Pictured are Leadership Cabinet members, from left, Rhett Dalton, Micah Naranjo, Emma Swift, Micah Templeton, Coleson Naranjo, Avery Nanney, Garrett Ward, Micah Swift, Jacy Hicks and Bayleigh Basch. Not pictured are students John Eric Johnson and Carter Terry, and sponsor Jeff Boaz.
Kentucky Music Educators held its annual District Choir Festival on the campus of Murray State University November 12, 2015. This annual event includes approximately 400 students in two choirs, 5/6 grade and 7/8th grade. Under the guidance of Melinda Paul, the students worked to prepare their pre-selected music and then spent the day rehearsing with students representing many different schools all over the region. After a day’s rehearsals, a concert was performed on the stage of Lovett Auditorium. The conductor this year for the 5-6 grade choir was Mrs. Sally Albrecht, composer (of all the music performed) and conductor from Raleigh , NC. The students in attendance were Tori Browning, Gabriella Buckingham, Victoria Dade, Isabella Farmer, Levi Frizzell, Alyssa Fuller, Matthew Houghton, and Emily Johnson.
After reading the story Lemonade for Sale, by Stewart J Murphy, second grade decided it would be fun to have their own lemonade sale. All proceeds were donated to pennies for patients during Red Ribbon Week.
HCES will be collecting pennies for “Pennies for Patients” Leukemia and Lymphoma Society during this week of celebration. Leukemia is the #1 cancer of kids. Each homeroom will be trying to raise the most money. The winning class will receive a pizza party. Students can bring money any day this week. Donations are accepted.
The Hickman County Elementary School Leadership Cabinet met for the first time Friday. Representatives of the HCESLC include: front row, from left; Bayleigh Basch; Micah Templeton; Carter Terry; Jacy Hicks; Rhett Dalton; Micah Swift; back row, from left; John Eric Johnson; Emma Swift; Micah Naranjo; Avery Nanney; sponsor Jeff Boaz; Micah Naranjo; and Garrett Ward. The Leadership Cabinet was elected to office by their peers at HCES following campaigning, primary elections, debates, and the general election.
Students in fourth, fifth and sixth grades at Hickman County Elementary School took a big step towards becoming citizens Friday.... (click Read More)
For the first time ever, those students cast ballots for the HCES Leadership Cabinet, a student council created this year to give students a larger voice in activities and events at the elementary school.
It’s a great time to be a Falcon!
Following a super 2014-15 school year at Hickman County Elementary, the outlook is even brighter for the upcoming year for students. A revamped schedule, new teachers, and many other changes are in store for students as they return to school Wednesday.
Those changes include... (Click Read More for full article)
It’s time for Hickman County Alumni to help the 2015 graduates achieve their dreams of attending college!
James. H. Phillips Scholarship- Alumni of graduating classes through 1978 can contribute to this specific fund in honor of Principal Phillips.
HCHS Alumni Scholarship- Alumni of graduating classes 1979-2014 can contribute to this fund.
A donation of any amount will be greatly appreciated!
Please send donations to
Attn: Guidance Office
301 James H. Phillips Drive
Clinton, KY 42031
Please specify high school graduation year.