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RHE - Principal Rolanda McKenzie

Principal's Message

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Welcome to Rolling Hills Engineering Academy. I am very excited to be the proud principal of Rolling Hills Engineering Academy. The kindness and support from parents, staff, and students I have met has been overwhelming; this truly is a community committed to the success of its students.

Rolling Hills Engineering Academy is a school with proven success. Together, we will continue to build upon the positive school culture and climate that cultivate the unique needs, talents, and gifts of each individual student. We will continue to academically soar and flex the minds of our young “Tigers” in the pursuit of excellence in learning.

I look forward to building positive relationships with each of you and modeling the Pride, Excellence, and Legacy of Lancaster Independent School District.

Rolanda McKenzie, Principal
Rolling Hills Engineering Academy
mailto:rolandamckenzie@lancasterisd.org.
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Lancaster High School Student Wins 3rd Place in TAME State STEM Competition Thumbnail Image

Lancaster High School Student Wins 3rd Place in TAME State STEM Competition

Lancaster High School 11th grade student, Dewitt Hunter, won third place in the Engineering Math section of the 33rd annual TAME State STEM Competition held the YMCA Collin County Adventure Camp in Anna, Texas. Hunter, who is also a member of the LHS En gineering Robotics club, was one of 28 Dallas County students selected to participate in the state-wide competition sponsored by Raytheon. Hunter said that events such as this competition offers great field learning opportunities.
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New District Anti-Truancy Initiative Removes Barriers for Student Success

Due to the receipt of the MetroTex Association of Realtors Charitable Trust Public Education Grant grant and Lancaster ISD Truancy Coordinator Dona Mitchell’s anti-truancy initiative, four campuses now have a new washer and dryer for teachers to utilize at any time throughout the day. Mitchell, who applied for the grant, believes that this is a major step in truancy prevention and will help teachers continue to remove barriers and fulfill the needs of students.
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