• Evening & Weekend Events


    Take Your Parent to PE Week 

    Week of September 18-22. All are Welcome & Encouraged to come to your child's PE class's this week. 

    Fall Fun Run

    Tuesday, October 18 at 2:45-3:30. One-mile fun run around the track. Open to all RHE students and family. We can't run inside, we will definitely be around the track. Dress Warm. We need volunteers. Click this link to volunteer: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0C48ABA72BAAFB6-fall

    Family Bowling Night

    American Education Week, Tuesday, November 14. Sign up for 5:00-5:45 or 5:45-6:30 or 6:30-7:15 or 7:15-8:00 by going to Sign Up Genius.com

    Spring Running Bears Club 

    Click on the Running Bears tab for more information. 

    Heart HealthyFun Run 

    Tuesday, February 15 at 2:45-3:30. Outside K-2=1/2 mile & 3-5=1 mile. Open to all RHE students and families. 

    National Sportsmanship Day

    In honor of National Sportsmanship Day, the ten Loudoun County elementary schools in the western cluster are getting together on Saturday, March 2 from 8:15-12:00 at Mountainview Elementary school for a European handball tournament. To promote good sportsmanship among our young athletes. Click on the link to the left for more information. 


    A.C.E.S. (All Children Exercise Simultaneously) is a nationwide campaign to celebrate children exercising. On Wednesday, May 4 from 8:15-8:30 a.m. our students will get up and exercise. Click on the link to the left for more information.

    Bike Safety Rodeo

    On Tuesday, April 26th from 4:00-7:30, at Round Hill

    Running Bears Memorial Day 5K Race

    Come out on Saturday, May 27 to run in the Round Hill Festival Memorial Day 5K race. 

    Field Day

    Our RHE Field Day is on Thursday, June 1, making it the best day of the year. With the help of our wonderful PTA and parents, we are able to provide the best field day for our children every year. We sure could use your help. Click on the link to the left for more information. Go to Sign Up Genius.com to Volunteer to help Mr. T or your child's classroom teacher. 


    Take Your Parents to PE Week

    Week of September 27-230

    Round Hill's 2nd Annual Take Your Parent to PE Week will take place September 27-30. During the campaign, parents are introduced to their child’s physical education program and encouraged to engage throughout the year while being physically active together at home and in the community. 

    Here is the link to your child's PE scheduled times: https://www.lcps.org/Page/57148

    All Are Welcome...





    Take Your Parent to PE Week


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    Family Hiking    Family Hike Night  Family Hiking

    Not This Year

    On (Not This Year) from 4:00-7:30ish (dark) all Round Hill Elementary students and their families are encouraged to come on down to the beginning of the W & OD Canal, which is behind Loudoun Valley High School in the athletic field parking lot, and hike 1, 2, or 3 miles as a family. Mr. Turrill will have his WVU gold & blue canopy at the start of the trail along with miniature water bottles. We will have crossing guards to stop traffic at the two places the trail crosses the road. Come on out and hike with your family. 





    Fall Fun Run

    Tuesday, October 18, 2:45-3:30 PM

     Turkey Trot

     Grades K-2 run 1/2 mile, Grades 3-5 run 1 mile.

    Open to all RHE students, parents, and siblings.

    ****   This is now an after-school event  ****

    *** We will be running outside. Dress warmly. ***

    The Fall Fun Run is Tuesday, October 18th from 2:45-3:30.We need volunteers to put a stamp on each runner for each lap they complete. We're going to try to copy the color run format. Students will begin at their color house flag. Students will receive one colored mark on their hand for each lap they complete. After 3 laps = 3 stamps = 1/2 mile the K-2 will be finished with their race. After 6 laps/stamps = 1 mile the 3-5 runners will complete their race. We need volunteers to help stamp at the different colored house stations. You can volunteer to be at your child's colored house so you can be there and stamp them as they pass the flags for each lap. Thank you all for helping us out. Link: Sign Up!

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      Family Bowling Night

     Family Bowling Night   Family Bowling Night   Family Bowling Night   Family Bowling Night

    During American Education Week, Tuesday, November 14
    Registration Website (Sign Up Genius)... Click...


    Who?: All students and their families.

    What?: Our Annual Family Bowling Night is now during American Education Week

    Where?: In the Round Hill Gymnasium

    When?: Your family can book a registration time slot of 45-minute intervals.Your family can bowl from 5:00-5:45, 5:45-6:30, 6:30-7:15, or 7:15-8:00.

    Why?: We understand how difficult it is to find an inexpensive outing for the entire family. We at the Round Hill Elementary Bowling Complex want to invite your family down for a fun-filled family-centered evening.


    Families who play together stay together.

    Children of obese parents are more likely to become obese adults.

    Life's too short, have fun.

    You don't stop playing because you grow old, you grow old because you stop playing.


    Heart Healthy Run Heart Healthy Fun RunHeart Healthy Run

    Tuesday, February 14, 2:45-3:30 PM

    OUTSIDE ON THE TRACK ONLY (Rain Date Thursday 4/28)

    K-2 Run 1/2 mile. Grades 3-5 run 1 mile.
    Around the Track at Round Hill Elementary School. 
    Open to all RHE students, parents, and siblings.
    ****   This is now an after-school event  ****
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    National Sportsmanship Day

     Saturday, March 2nd from 8:15-12:00

    @ Mountainview Elementary

     A group of Elementary Physical Education teachers in the Western Cluster of Loudoun Valley High School have grown tired and frustrated by these reports. As a result, these physical education specialists have organized a Handball Tournament on Saturday, March 18th from 8:15 A.M. to 12:00 P.M. at Round Hill Elementary School to honor National Sportsmanship Day. Fifth-grade students, who range in age from 10-12 years old, from each of the ten elementary schools in the western cluster will represent their schools in a round-robin format handball tournament. The purpose of the event is to show these young athletes and observers that you can play competitively, have fun, and show good sportsmanship. The event will begin with two students from each school reading a story or poem that they wrote about the importance of sportsmanship.

    During every game, the players will be encouraged and praised for their sportsmanship behaviors. After every game, the players will congratulate the opposing school for their participation and success. At the end of the tournament, all young athletes will receive ribbons for their excellent participation in today's event and we will congratulate all of the observers for their sportsmanship.

    The physical education specialists who are putting together this event are excited about the possibilities this may possess. Please stop by Round Hill Elementary School on Saturday, March 18 from 8:15 A.M. - 12:00 P.M.

    The elementary schools and physical education specialists involved in the National Sportsmanship Day are:

    Banneker Elementary - Brad Moss                        Emerick Elementary - John Frye
    Lincoln Elementary - Holly Lambert                       Luckets Elementary - Jill Guyton
    Round Hill Elementary - Eric Turrill                        Lovettsville Elementary - Hugh Brockway
    Mountain View Elementary - Todd McClelland      
    Kenneth Colbert Elementary - Scott Wells                  


     Project A.C.E.S.

    (All Children Exercise Simultaneously)Wednesday, May 4 8:15-8:30


    Each May, on a designated date and time, millions of school children all over the globe will exercise simultaneously in a symbolic gesture of fitness and unity to show the world that they do not fit into that negative stereotype of being "physically unfit". This non-competitive program has proven to be educational, motivational, and fun. When Len Saunders created Project ACES back in 1989, he had no idea that it would reach the magnitude and success of today. The program has been praised by Presidents of the United States, such as Bill Clinton, George Bush, and Ronald Reagan. The program has also received praise from governors, Senators, and celebrities in sports and show business. Starting its 18th year, Project ACES has reached millions of children, parents, and teachers all over the world, including participants from over 50 countries.


    This annual global event will occur on Wednesday, May 6. At Round Hill Elementary we are celebrating it at 8:15 AM, after the morning announcements. It will be celebrated during May, which is National Physical Fitness & Sports month.


    Project ACES aims to educate children about the importance of lifelong fitness, and to end the negative stereotype that children are physically unfit. Exercise can lower the chances of coronary heart disease, which includes high blood pressure, high cholesterol, obesity, and physical inactivity. Project ACES makes fitness fun!
    Stop by & join the fun!!! Wednesday, May 1 at 8:15 AM.

    Bike Rodeo Night

    Tuesday, April 26th from 4:00-7:30 at Round Hill

      Bike Safety Rodeo
    Come out with your family on Tuesday, April 26th from 4:00-7:30 for the Round Hill Bike Safety Rodeo.
    More details will be coming...
    Field Day
     2023 Fun Filled Field Day
    Thursday, June 1st,
    PreK-2nd = 8:00-10:30
    3rd-5th = 11:15-1:45

    ↓ Parent Volunteers Click the Link Below: ↓

    Sign Up!


    Our Field Day is always a big event. Our field days are non-competitive in nature. This year's field day is Thursday, June 1st with a twist because of our school growing a little. PreK-2nd will have their field day from 8:00-10:30. & 3rd-5th will have their field day from 11:15-1:45. Still all in one day we just have to split things up. Still going to be a good guarantee. If needed, Rain Make-Up Date: Friday, June 2nd from 8:00-1:45

    We always need volunteers for this special day. We will have 15 stations for the PreK-2nd morning session and 15 stations for the 3rd-5th afternoon session for classrooms to travel through. 
    If you are interested in helping, you can sign up by clicking on this Sign-Up Genius link or
    please drop Mr. Turrill an email eric.turrill@lcps.org or give him a call at the school.
    If you are interested in what your child will be doing, here is the link to the 2023 Field Day Information Packet.
    If you are interested in merely watching your child participate in Field Day.

    All Are Welcome...

Last Modified on January 23, 2024