Welcome Star Hill Families!
Our community of learners house students in grades first through fifth in the Caesar Rodney School District. Our days are spent focused on learning with the understanding that time is an invaluable resource that should be spent wisely. When visiting our school you will find children and adults engaged in writing, reading, math, critical thinking and real life problem solving. Often you will find students being led in small groups on focused lessons or exploring research topics delving deeper into standards and interests. Instruction, activities and language used by educators is purposeful with the intended outcome of having students who are independent thinkers and problem solvers.
The success of our students comes from the support of our Star Hill families. Collaboration occurs daily among the staff in the building and with the students’ own families. We encourage parents and guardians to develop close relationships with school staff so that we may get to know your child even better which will allow us to best meet his or her needs. As one family we will make informed decisions about what is best for children while celebrating their accomplishments.
We are proud and honored to be members of the Star Hill and Caesar Rodney learning community. Working together will ensure your child has a productive, successful school year.
Families are the compass that guide us. They are the inspiration to reach great heights, and our comfort when we occasionally falter.-- Brad Henry
School Hours: 8:45 am - 3:25 pm
Looking for Star Hill Memorabilia
Star Hill Elementary is looking for photographs, report cards, uniforms, t-shirts, lunchboxes and anything associated with the history of Star Hill Elementary. During the school year, memorabilia will be displayed in our school. If you have items of interest, please consider loaning them to us so that our community can enjoy seeing the 100 years of "Rider Country." All items will be returned. If you have any items you would like to share, please contact Jill Boyce at (302)697-6117 or email firstname.lastname@example.org by October 1st.
Volunteers Needed for Rider Pride Day
Star Hill is in need of two volunteers for two hours on Rider Pride Day, Friday, October 16th at 2:30 to help hand out water. Please contact the front office if you would like to volunteer.
Mrs. Teresa Fitchett received the Spirit of Caesar Rodney Volunteer Award at the June 15th School Board Meeting for the recognition from the CR School District for all of her hard work and dedication with the Mentoring Program at Star Hill Elementary School. She has recruited nearly 60 volunteers to help assist struggling students.
Congratulations Rebecca Donahue, Teacher of the Year!
October 5th-9th Book Fair Week.
October 8th at 5:30: Information session on the referendum in the cafeteria. At 6:00 PTO meeting.
October 8th: Author Julia Cook will be sharing at Star Hill/ Omfpr,atopm jas neem sent home.
October 12th: Columbus Day, school closed.
October 13th-16th: Spirit Week.
Tuesday: Jersey Day
Wednesday: Crazy hat or crazy hair day.
Thursday: Twin Day
Friday: Mismatched Day or wear your Blue and Gold
October 17th at 9:40am: Star Hill Chorus will be performing at Rider Pride Day at Caesar Rodney High School. Chorus permissions slips will be sent home next week.
October 29th: Make-up Picutre Day.
November 5th: End of 1st Marking Period. Abbreviated day. School will dismiss at 1:20.
November 6th: Abbreviated Day. School will dismiss at 1:20.
November 11th: Veterans Day. No school.
November 12th: PTO Meeting in Library at 6:00pm.
November 18th: Report Cards Issued. They will be available on Home Access at 4:00pm.
6:00 PM Homecoming Parade
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM Rider Pride Day at Caesar Rodney High School
6:00 PM - 11:00 PM Parent Liaison Council Meeting at District Office
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