Kindergarten students used their observations to describe patterns of what animals need to survive in this yearly culminating activity. Students participated in hatching eggs into chicks. (Ask anyone who has passed through kindergarten...they always remember hatching chicks!) Over the course of 21 days, students were able to observe the eggs in the incubator. They also participated in “candling” experiments, which . . .
Kindergarten students celebrate the completion of their alphabet journals with a sweet treat donated by our local Sonic! Beginning in February, students complete a writing activity for each letter and sound combination in the alphabet. These 43 lessons connect students with topics for each sound and character from their phonics program. The writing activities include such topics as researching pandas, . . .
Talent filled the HHS auditorium on Tuesday, the 19th. From state-bound forensics performances to a dramatic rendition of the William Wallace’s famous freedom speech from Braveheart , nearly every type of performance was delivered up on the HHS stage. Receiving first place and a prize of $50 for his original comedic performance was senior Kris Kneisley. Taking second place and winning $30, was sophomore Josey May, . . .
You can leave comments for Ms.Trujillo at the bottom of this article or send cards to her in c/o HHS, 600 Red Hawk Drive, Hiawatha, KS, 66434! What would your advice be to someone who wanted to be a teacher today? I would say “go for it” because it is a really AWESOME career!!! It is the most rewarding experience and if you teach a subject that you are passionate about it can be very fulfilling. You get to go to a job where you can constantly learn new things and be around young people who can keep you young in spirit and will fill your life with JOY. . . .
Each month four students are chosen, one from each grade level, to represent HHS as students of the month. These students are selected by HHS faculty based on a particular trait or traits they possess. This April those traits were integrity and ethics. Students chosen express different traits: honesty, fairness, respect, trustworthiness, responsibility and doing what is right, even if it is a difficult choice. Along with the title of senior of the month, seniors are awarded a front-row parking spot for a month. April’s temporary owner of that coveted spot is Ryan Shamburg. . . .
Senior Citizen Athletic Passes Annual Asbestos Statement Annual Notification of Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act Lunch Program Regulations SECTION 504 TEXTCASTER REDHAWK ALERTS! Sponsored by Morrill & Janes Bank NO CHILD LEFT BEHIND PARENT NOTIFICATION Protection of Pupil Rights Amendment: Regulation
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