Welcome to Mammoth Heights Elementary

It is our mission to cherish and nurture the unique qualities of all children, to foster compassion and respect, to inspire children to dream of the possible and strive for the extraordinary. Dream! Strive! Become!

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  A Message from the Principal

Welcome to the 2020-21 school year! So many exciting things happen at Mammoth Heights Elementary every day! Here at MHE we have a simple vision of Dream! Strive! Become! and we continue to strive to be the most POSITIVE and ENERGETIC school in all of Douglas County. 

We are the proud recipient of the Colorado Department of Education Governor's Distinguished Improvement Award. Schools who receive this award have exceeded expectations when it comes to year-to-year student growth as measured by the CMAS (Colorado Measures for Academic Success) assessment.

We are very excited to be the first Energy Bus Certified School in the State of Colorado! The Energy Bus Leadership Journey focuses on seven Energy Bus (by Jon Gordon) principles to instill leadership capacity in our staff, students, and the surrounding community. These seven principles are:

1. You're the Driver

2. Create a Positive Vision

3. Drive with Purpose

4. Fuel Your Ride with Positive Energy

5. Transform Negativity

6. Love Your Passengers

7. Enjoy the Ride!

 Our school is supported by high-quality educators, amazing special education teachers, friendly office staff, helpful educational assistants, a full-time guidance counselor and school psychologist, and, of course, our fantastic PTO. We know there are many educational options in Parker for your son or daughter, thank you for choosing Mammoth Heights Elementary, your neighborhood school! 

#LoveMHE

Mr. H.



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At Mammoth Heights Elementary, we understand that many times a school can be defined by numbers. Here are our numbers...Behind the numbers.


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What's Happening

Virtual Classroom Tours!

Click HERE to take a virtual tour of our MHE classrooms.


Kindergarten Supply List 2020-2021

1st - 6th Supply List 2020-2021

 Kindergarten Enrollment Now Open
Children enrolling in Kindergarten must be 5 years old on or before October 1, 2020.
Please complete the enrollment forms under the enrollment link on our webpage. Completed forms may be emailed to Jana Summers at jana.summers@dcsdk12.org or Carissa Mazzeo at carissamazzeo@dcsdk12.org
New Student Registration
Registration at Mammoth Heights Elementary is ongoing.  If you have recently moved to the area, you can register your student using the  the forms under the enrollment link on the webpage. Please email completed forms to: Jana Summers at jana.summers@dcsdk12.org or Carissa Mazzeo at carissamazzeo@dcsdk12.org

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Marquee Celebrations

MHE would like to help you celebrate special moments with your student by offering a personalized slide on our MHE outdoor marquee. For one day, a message to your student will be posted for all to see! If this is an opportunity you would like to pursue, please click HERE for more information. Our Marquee Celebrations are currently on hold until after school reopens. Please contact the office once school resumes for a refund for any celebrations during our closure.





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