Your child may be the person attending Castle Hills Elementary, but we still consider you very much a part of the Castle Hills Family. Parents play a vital role in championing our efforts. We offer extensive parent resources to familiarize you with our campus and provide information on important academic calendar dates.
If your child receives an invitation to enroll, as part of our lottery system, and you decide to come to Castle Hills Elementary, you will receive information on how to enroll, and the steps your child needs to take before arriving on campus. We are the only elementary Magnet school in North East ISD, offering a modified year-round calendar and a focus on enrichment and leadership. If you would like to view the checklist before May, visit the New Students page on our website.
Our resources for families don’t end there. A Meet the Teacher event in July is an orientation for the families and students to introduce you to the teams your child will be working with. A Family Open House Night in August offers you insight into your child’s academic and co-curricular experience. Our monthly Principal Newsletter, as well as teacher newsletters and the Facebook group provide regular updates on happenings at CHE as well as ideas for encouraging your child in their newfound independence.
Nobody is more qualified than you to make decisions about your child’s education. You know what is best for your child. You know what makes your child happy, excited, and curious.
Discover below how we can work together to make sure your child succeeds, achieves, and thrives in a safe and nurturing environment.
Student and staff safety is always our priority. We must all work together to keep our school safe. Here are some helpful procedures and tips to help our school run efficiently and safely. We appreciate your cooperation with these procedures.
Skyward Family Access is where students and parents can find grades, report cards, attendance records, class schedules, and graduation roadmaps.
With email and push notifications, parents can stay on top of their student’s account balance. Low balance reminders make sure parents never miss a payment and students always have adequate funds in their account.
We know that parents and family members play an important role in the success of their students. We want to help you stay engaged in the academic process and connected to the campus. If you’re just joining our community as a parent of a new student, please visit our parents and families orientation page (see quick links) to get started.
Student 2 Student® (S2S™) is a student program that brings military and civilian students together to welcome new students, create a positive environment, support academic excellence, and ease transitions.
View essential digital resources for students, parents, education professionals and influencers available in multiple formats: videos, webinars, and downloadable documents.
The goal of all clubs and extracurricular organizations at Castle Hills Elementary is to help each student become involved and realize his/her potential.
North East ISD welcomes military families who have been transferred to a local military installation. Any parent or guardian who is an active-duty member of the armed forces of the United States, or are part of the reserve armed forces, may establish residence and enroll children in North East ISD.
Simply provide a copy of a military order requiring your transfer to a military installation in or adjacent to the district’s attendance zone. The parent or guardian has up to 90 days of the arrival date specified in the order to provide North East ISD with proof of residence.
Thank you for choosing our community. Our aim is to support you and your children, ease into our community and schools. For your convenience, we have collected here resources that you may find valuable.
Campus-Based Military Liaisons serve as the primary point of contact for military-connected students and their families throughout the enrollment and exit process. They are responsible for ensuring a smooth transition as well as providing access to supports and resources throughout the student’s stay in NEISD.
Joint Base San Antonio Military Child Education Program - School Liaison Office (SLO) helps parents ease the transition of the mobile military lifestyle and can assist prior to your PCS, upon arrival, while at your installation and when you prepare to depart for your next duty station.
They specialize in serving military families with K-12 school age children and are able to provide information about the local school systems and community. The SLO will support parents and school districts with the Interstate Compact for the Education of Military Students interpretation, information on schools and boundaries, Home School, Deployment Support, provide School and Community Outreach partnerships. These military dependent education professionals serve as a link between military families and all surrounding school districts, ensuring maximum educational opportunities for academic success.
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Angela Green, Randolph AFB
Dianna Fryer, JBSA-Lackland
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