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Field day information
Field Day Info Sheet
Parents the following are instructions for arriving for Field Day:
Arrive between 8-8:30
2 visitors/child. NO siblings.
Enter from car rider line or bus line (Do not enter through Front Office)
You will have to sign in, have your temperature checked, and answer the COVID question
You will then wait in the gym until your child’s class goes outside
We ask that no parents go to classrooms or walk through hallways
Restrooms will be at the rear of the school
You and your child will be able to purchase lunch. Prices are listed below:
Meal $5 includes choice of Hamburger or Hotdog, chips, cookies, drink
Individual prices: Hamburger $3, Hotdog $2, Chips $1, Cookies $1, Drinks $1
All visitors will need to eat outside.
If you plan to check your child out when Field Day is over, your child’s teacher will have a sign-out list that you must sign before leaving.
Nurse Kristin Updates
Welcome to Cedar Hill Elementary School
Our Vision: The mission of Cedar Hill Elementary School is to provide appropriate learning opportunities that promote the academic, physical, and ethical growth of students enabling them to become productive citizens in an ever-changing society. Our motto "Inspire, Engage and Succeed!"
School Bank (FNB)
District Choice is a program for students who live outside the current school zones of Limestone County School District. Students may apply to attend Limestone County Schools.
This program is for incorporated areas of Limestone County that currently serve other school districts operating within Limestone County, as well as areas outside of Limestone County. To determine the school for which a student would be eligible to attend, contact Limestone County Schools Transportation Department at 256-232-5130 or email Rusty.Bates@lcsk12.org
E-Learning Days are an opportunity for students to meet class requirements through online engagement of class material and assignments while they are away from the building.
Parents/guardians may request up to three (3) days per semester as eLearning Days.
Educational trips, non-school related athletic competitions, and college and/or career visits are examples of acceptable eLearning Days. Approval of eLearning Days is at the discretion of
the school principal. Students may not take eLearning Days during the first five (5) days of the school year or during the last ten (10) days of both semesters. Click HERE for the form and instructions.