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The mission of Harold McCormick Elementary is to ensure a safe, nurturing environment where each student is empowered to develop academic, creative, and social skills necessary for productive life-long learning.

 

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HME Kindergarten Phase-In
Kindergarten Phase-in Students who have not registered for Kindergarten may do so on August 10th. Parents should bring a copy of the child's birth certificate, updated immunization record, current physical, and proof ... Read More
Back to School Supplies
School Supply Lists are Posted! School supply lists are posted. Read More
Back to school
Back to school information available Back to school information including open house dates, schedules, calendars, communication information, registration and more is available online under the Parents tab. Click here to check it out! Read More
Pay Tuition Online
New! Pay Tuition Online & Monthly Parents of tuition students in Elizabethton City Schools may pay tuition online beginning in July 2017, and they now have access to a monthly payment option. This is offered as a convenience to ... Read More
Travis Thompson
ECS welcomes administrator Travis Thompson Elizabethton City Schools welcomes Travis Thompson to the Cyclone family. Thompson will serve as Director of the Wandell Early Learning Center, Testing 6-12, Curriculum 6-12, Attendance & Related ... Read More
Backpacks given to students
City Back-2-School Bash exceeds goal for backpacks Don’t expect a sophomore slump at Citizens Bank Stadium next month. Planners of the second annual Back-2-School Bash, scheduled to take place Saturday, Aug. 5, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., ... Read More
Camp Read-A-Lot Teachers
Camp Read-A-Lot Teachers recognized at June Board meeting Camp Read-A-Lot made it possible for 30 students to take home 22 books each and to explore literacy in different environments around the world. It would not have been possible without the teachers who ... Read More
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Elizabethton Board of Education researches reorganization of elementary schools Anticipated and historic federal funding cuts and changing laws have caused concern among Elizabethton City Schools (ECS) administrators and members of the Board of Education. Following other efforts ... Read More
Honors Day
HME Honors Day Congratulations to all who were recognized at Honors Day and to our graduating 5th graders. We are proud of all that you have accomplished and can't wait to see you succeed at T. A. Dugger! Read More
New website homepage
Elizabethton City Schools launches new websites Elizabethton City Schools is launching new websites for the district and each school on Thursday, May 25, which could take up to 48 hours to publish. This is part of a district-wide effort to better ... Read More
Wampler and Nave taped to wall
18,584 books read, principals in sticky situation Our HME students know how to meet a challenge and have fun! They read 18,584 Accelerated Reader books and over 63.5 million words during the course of the 2016-17 year, and we are so proud of them. Read More
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Kindergarten schedule to extend to full day 2017-18 Beginning in the 2017-18 school year, kindergartners in Elizabethton City Schools will no longer let out early. This is part of a strategy to increase instruction time and to improve early literacy. ... Read More
EHS Nurse Wendy Wright and student Cameron Coleman communicate with Cindy Nave, an FNP with First Assist Urgent Care.
Elizabethton schools ready to help sick and injured children For the parents of children enrolled in the Elizabethton City School System, the answer is the same as it is for a growing number of other school systems in the region: the Niswonger Virtual Health ... Read More