Heritage Elementary

925 West 3200 South, Nibley, UT (435) 792-7696


  • Nibley City Fall Events

    Nibley City Fall Events

    click here for information about fun events happening this fall in Nibley. Everyone that lives, works, or attends school is invited to join in these fun community events.

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  • Halloween


    Students are welcome to dress up in Halloween costumes on Friday Oct. 30th. Please follow District dress code policy and refrain from wearing costume masks, bringing toy weapons of any kind, or wearing glitter. Thank you!

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  • Parent Teacher Conferences Nov. 5th & 6th

    Parent Teacher Conferences Nov. 5th & 6th

    Parent Teacher Conferences will be Nov. 5th & 6th. Thurs. Nov. 5th, No School for Preschool or Kindergarten and early release at 1:00 pm for 1st-6th grade. NO SCHOOL on Friday Nov. 6th. The Online Scheduler will be available starting Oct. 26th. After you schedule, please look for an email from your teacher with more information for your online meeting information.

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  • Say Boo to the Flu!

    Say Boo to the Flu!

    Get your family immunized from the flu this winter! Heritage Boo the the Flu clinic will be held Thursday Nov. 5th from 3 - 7 pm in the Gym. A portion of the proceeds from this clinic go directly back to our school. Please practice social distancing when you come.

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  • Cache Valley Direct books now available

    Cache Valley Direct books now available

    Hey, schools! It's that exciting time of year where we release the 2020-2021 Cache Valley Direct. It's the best way to save and support local. We are passionate about our community and raising money for YOUR school.

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  • Caring for our Young

    Caring for our Young

    Congratulations to Mrs. Antriyao who received a classroom Grant from the Young Toyota "Caring for our Young" fund.

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  • Online Instruction Information

    Online Instruction Information

    Parents may choose this at-home online option for grades K-12. All online classes will be taught by a licensed teacher. Courses are designed quarterly

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  • Student Illness Protocol

    Student Illness Protocol

    what to do if your child is ill. Protocol from the CCSD School nurses to help maintain good health for all students and help control the spread of infection in the classroom.

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  • Smith's Inspiring Donations

    Smith's Inspiring Donations

    Thank you for those that have connected your cards! We have now received $112.78 in total donations for Heritage! Be sure to link your Smith's rewards card to Heritage Elementary to help grow donations for our community.

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  • Have You Linked Your Shopping Cards?

    Have You Linked Your Shopping Cards?

    Now is the time to link your shopping cards! Be sure to link your Macey's and Smith's grocery cards to Heritage Elementary. Reminder that it must be linked yearly. It only takes a moment of your time but benefits our school SO MUCH!

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  •  CHIP

    CHIP- Children's Health Insurance Program

    Raising children is hard. Keeping them healthy doesn’t have to be. Too many of our kids are uninsured that can qualify for CHIP right now. You can apply at any time of the year. Get free and confidential help today by calling 2-1-1.

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  • Home & School Newsletter

    Home & School Newsletter

    Please click here to read the current month newsletter. This is a great resource for helping to interact and grow together with your student.

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  • Weekly News

    Weekly News

    Please click here to see our Weekly News updates

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  • Box Tops Needed

    Box Tops Needed

    Please collect and bring Box Tops to school to help our school purchase classroom supplies and earn classroom prizes.

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  • COVID-19 Update

    COVID-19 Update

    As of October 21, 2020, there are forty-one active COVID-19 positive cases of CCSD students and/or staff. These individuals have been instructed to isolate at home according to state and local health department directives. Students and staff who are determined to have come in close contact with these individuals will be notified and asked to quarantine. For more information, please click on this article.

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  •  Randall Beach

    Marching Toward Excellence: Green Canyon’s Randall Beach is CCSD’s District Teacher of the Year

    Green Canyon High School band director Randall Beach has been creating stellar band programs for over 30 years. Beach has a way of inspiring his students to reach their potential, and in the words of Green Canyon Principal Dave Swensen, “watching him conduct a practice is like watching a masterpiece unfold.” We are proud to announce that Beach is the 2020-21 Cache County School District Teacher of the Year.

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  •  Donation of masks and hygiene supplies

    USU Student Organizes Generous Donation of Masks, Hygiene and Cleaning Supplies

    Many thanks to Jacob Snow, a student at the Jon Huntsman School of Business, for organizing a recent donation to our district of masks, hand sanitizer, and cleaner. The project was supported by young men and leaders in the Logan 5th ward of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.

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  •  friends sitting together

    October is National Bullying Prevention Month

    Let's work together to prevent bullying in our schools by reinforcing kindness, acceptance, and inclusion.

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