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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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McTeacher's Night Thanks
McTeacher's Night Rewards! Thank you for supporting HME! Read More
New Standards Based Grade Card Text
Kindergarten, 1st Grade parents to see new grade cards on Oct. 24 Kindergarten and first grade parents will see a new type of grade card this year. It will reflect a student’s mastery of specific standards, rather than an overall rating of satisfactory or ... Read More
K-Kids Canned Food Drive
K-Kids Hope to Collect 1,000 Cans of Food Donations Accepted Until November 13. Read More
Mr. Wampler receives check from Food City
Linked grocery cards yield payoff for schools This week, Elizabethton elementary schools received a total of $1,753 from Food City as a result of parents linking their grocery cards to their school of choice. These funds are used for technology, ... Read More
School Pointe App Logo
Download the ECS Mobile Application Elizabethton City Schools offers a free mobile application for students, parents and community members to stay up-to-date on what is happening in the District, directly from their smartphone or ... Read More
Photos of 3 winners and Fuel Up to Play logo
Students win bags promoting healthy choices Three students won bags in a drawing that was part of Elizabethton City Schools’ participation in Fuel Up to Play 60. The program awarded $10,000 in grant funding to the elementary schools for ... Read More
Just "Bee" Awesome Assembly
Just "Bee" Awesome the Hurricane Way! Our students are creating a buzz with their fantastic behavior this year! Following the guidelines of the Tennessee Behavior Supports Project (TBSP), funded by the Tennessee Department of Education, ... 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