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Welcome to Rolling Hills Elementary - EXcellence Marks the Spot @ Rolling Hills Elementary!         Building Opens at 7:30 AM         RHE School Hours are from:  8:00 AM – 3:30 PM

RHE - Principal Pipkins

RHE - AP - Ms. Spencer

RHE - AP Principal Spencer and Principal Pipkins

RHE Breakfast - Sponsored by the Turn Around Agenda Organization - Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship

RHE - Cafeteria Manager - Ms. Dotson

RHE - PreK4 Teachers

RHE - Kindergarten Teachers

RHE - 3rd Grade Teachers

RHE - 4th Grade Teachers

RHE - 5th Grade Teachers

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RHE - Feb 2019 - Student Event Calendar

Definition of Excellence

RHE Principal Pipkin's and RHE AP Ms. Spencer

RHE - Think Like A Pirate Picture

RHE Principal - Mrs. Pipkins and Student

RHE - Teachers and Staff Celebrating - "Happy New Year" @ RHE

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RHE - "Excellence Marks the Spot" @ RHE

Principal's Message

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Excellence marks the spot at Rolling Hills Elementary! 
 
Welcome to the 2018-2019 school year!  Our experienced educators are prepared to compassionately receive and enthusiastically grow student leaders who achieve self-sustaining success.  We are fiercely committed to doing common things in an uncommon way.
 
I encourage you to visit the campus to witness children engaged in data-driven lessons that prompt inquiry and curiosity.  RHE scholars have opportunities to seek solutions, communicate ideas, and challenge thoughts. Together, as a community of parents, educators, and learners, we will mold the future.
 
As a proud graduate of Lancaster High School, I am dedicated to inspiring a new generation of Tigers. 
 
Lead, Teach, and Learn like a Pirate,
 
Cherish Pipkins, M.Ed.
Principal
Rolling Hills Engineering Academy
 
cherishpipkins@lancasterisd.org.
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Lancaster ISD Student Wins Dallas Martin Luther King Jr. Center Essay Contest Thumbnail Image

Lancaster ISD Student Wins Dallas Martin Luther King Jr. Center Essay Contest

Rosa Parks Millbrook Elementary student, Christopher Spillman won the elementary division of MLK Commemorative Week Essay Contest. He was awarded at the 37th Annual MLK Awards Gala. The theme of the evening was "Reconciliation: Moving the Dream Forward" and featured keynote speaker Dr. Michael Eric Dyson and a special performance by Sunday Best winner, Crystal Aikin. The title of his essay was “Christopher’s Amazing Creation in the World.”
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