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Code to the Future Epic Build Showcases Continued at Hills-Hendersonville Elementary 2019 Hills-Hendersonville Code to the Future

On Halloween this year parents of Hills-Hendersonville Elementary students got to experience a special treat this year – the Code to the Future Epic Build Showcases! 

Borland Manor Kicks Off Code to the Future Epic Build Showcases coding

It’s that time of year again for our elementary students to showcase what they have created with coding.  These showcases are Canon-McMillan’s Epic Builds.  Families are welcomed to their child’s building to see first-hand how students use coding in their classrooms. 

Community Outreach kindergarten presentation

Canon-McMillan School District’s reading team reached out to local early childhood centers and invited them for an afternoon of discussion related to early childhood education.

Weapons Violation

The Canon-McMillan School District received a Safe2Say tip this morning, Friday October 25 2019. We appreciate having the student bring this matter to our attention.  Please continue to speak to your kids and remind them, "If you see something, say something."

Bringing Hope Into An Addicted World Bringing Hope Into An Addicted World

Canon-McMillan invites parents, professionals and all those interested to attend "Bringing Hope Into An Addicted World". The audience will hear about a mother's journey through her son's heroin addiction that started with prescription drugs. 

Upcoming Events

Epic Build Showcase I

You’re Invited!


Who: Hills-Hendersonville Elementary School Family and Friends

What: Epic Build Showcase 1

When: Thursday, October 31, 2019 10:15-11:15 AM

Where: Starts in the Multi-purpose Room and then to the classrooms

Why: The opportunities that computer science will bring our students are unlimited!  Come and see how we transform learning computer science using the Computer Science Immersion!  We are excited to share our coding program and accomplishments with you!  


School Wide Positive Behavior Support Program

School wide rules


* Can earn a bee sticker from any staff memeber.

* Is responsible for keeping the sticker until they return to the classroom and can place on their beehive

* Gets 5 stickers on the beehive = Filled beehive displayed it in the lobby and attend booster party

* 10 Random student names from the beehives will win a prize


* Give out bee stickers to students who "SOAR"

* Teachers keep the class chart updated

Hills Kids of Steel

Kids group picture

We are excited to announce that Hills-Hendersonville Elementary School will be participating in the Kids of Steel Program, part of the Pittsburgh Marathon, for 6 years in a row.  This year's event will be held on Saturday, May 2, 2020.

The school will organize training sessions during school hours twice a month from September through May.  In addition, families will be invited to join the students for training one day a month after school.  The program culminated with the students' participation in the Kids (1 mile) Marathon as part of the events of the Pittsburgh Marathon.  The students will "run" 25.2 miles during training and upon completion of the race downtown, they will have run 26.2 miles, the equivalent of an entire marathon.

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