Annie Weingart HHS biology teacher Chris Vitt has decided to retire at the conclusion of the current school year. This will mark an end to not only his teaching career in the district, but to the annual trip the Biology Club takes to the Gerace Research Center on the island of San Salvador as well. This year the club will be taking two separate trips, one in March and the following one in June, to better accommodate the . . .
A recent outbreak of frustration has come about in the students of HHS. Bullying plays a part in this, but the student body’s main concern is based on the accusation that no action is being taken by administration to confront this. HHS recently held a presentation during seminar about bullying in front of all . . .
The HHS Trigonometry/PreCalculus students 'traveled the world' in class last week. Dressing up for their destination and bringing food associated with the local cuisine to share the students used numbers from the yearly climate to produce a Sine wave predicting local temperatures. This model was then used to predict the . . .
Song: Metal Planet By Alasdair Cooper
Sara Lewis Senior year: the most anticipated year of all by high school students. It’s your last year of high school, you’re at the top of the food chain, you’re almost graduated which means going to the college of your dreams which means you get to leave your home town and experience life as a semi-adult. What you don’t expect is all of the homework, the activities, the scholarship applications, the ACT, other responsibilities of home life and all of the stress that senior year has to offer. When you ask a high school student . . .
Students in Mrs. Enneking's class were surprised when upon returning from recess they found that their classroom had been invaded by ducks that were now hiding throughout the room! Students were challenged to count the ducks without being able to move or touch them, design their own method for keeping track of what they found and then explain their method for recording the ducks with the class.
Stop, Drop and Roll…get outside and stay outside…check your smoke detectors; do all these warnings sound familiar? During Fire Safety Week, October 4-10, the first grade classes at Hiawatha Elementary had been learning the importance of knowing what to do in case of a fire. On Friday, October 9, the classes took a tour of the Hiawatha fire station where Hiawatha fire fighters explained the importance of a fireman’s protective clothing, firefighting equipment and allowed the students to look inside the fire engine truck. The children were also given a plastic . . .
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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