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200 Gilead Road
Huntersville, NC 28078
Courier #: 420
P: 980-343-3835  |  F: 980-343-3849 
Principal: Jeff Ruppenthal
LC: Northwest
Bell Schedule: 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Grades: K-5
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Spelling Bee 2020

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We are so proud of Huntersville Elementary School’s Rachel for her spelling bee achievements! 
Rachel was this year’s HES Spelling Bee winner. She was first place in the North West Learning Community’s Spelling Bee which advanced her to compete in this week’s CMS Spelling Bee where she finished 3rd overall!  


The School Spelling Bee took place on Friday, November 16th. All participants did a wonderful job! Congratulations to Lilly and Rachel; the winners of the HES Spelling. Bee.


Early Act Club helped to organize a collection that would support an animal rescue in our community. That rescue is called Catering to Cats and Dogs. With the help of all students, families, and staff at HES, Early Act members were able to present a carload full of donations. Blankets, towels, food, beds for animals, collars, leashes, toys etc were presented to C2CND after Mrs. Jill Licastri, a rescue volunteer, came to speak to us and thank us in person for all of our help! ​


Congratulations to Mia Snellenburg for placing 2nd place at the state level in the Intermediate Film category for the Reflections Contest this year.  She is one of only a few participants that won at the Elementary School level, Mecklenburg County level and the art work was pushed on to the North Carolina state level.  The theme this year for the Reflections Contest was "What is Your Story?"  Mia created an awesome short film about herself and she called it,"Life of Mia".  Mia and her family have been invited to the NCPTA Reflections Celebration next month in Raleigh to recognize the state Reflections winners.  What a wonderful way to represent Huntersville Elementary and the 5th grade on the state level. Way to go Mia! Keep up the good work! 

Tina Hipp, Reflections Contest Chair​​

Dr. Seuss Week- Thing 1 & Thing 2

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 Congratulations to a​​ll of the participants that took part in the HES School Spelling Bee on Wednesday, November 16th. Everyone did a great job!  A special congratulations goes to Savannah Hancock from Ms. Nesselbush's fifth grade class for winning the Bee! She will represent our school at the District Bee on December 6th. Anna Petty from Ms. Vollman's third grade class was the alternate winner and will represent our school if Savannah is unable to attend. Congratulations girls! ​

2016 HES PTA


Panther Pride


​2015 SAC Fundraiser

Notice volunteers in before the event and after pics ​

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Bike Day! Students rode their bikes to school.​

Mr. Ruppenthal and the winners of the Spelling Bee.​

Winners of 2014 Spelling Bee

Huntersville Elementary families raised $2,578.00 for the Make-A-Wish Foundation, and on June 6th a check was presented and students participated in a Flash Mob Video. 

Click to see video: Make A Wish 2014​ (Opens in New Window)

End to another great year!


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Phone: 980-343-3000
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