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416 WATERFIELD NORTH      CLINTON, KY 42031      P 270.653.2341      F 270.653.6007
Hickman County High School
301 James H. Phillips Drive
Clinton, Kentucky 42031
Telephone: (270) 653-4044
Fax: (270) 653-3200
HCHS School News
***Hickman Co. High School and Jr.High sets Registration and Orientation Dates***
Hickman Co. High School and Junior High have set their dates for student registration and 7th grade orientation. On Monday, July 28th 11th and 12th grade students can come to the school lobby and office area to pick up their schedules for the 2014-2015 school year. Mrs. Boaz will be available to discuss and process any  
Students Receive High Honors
Hickman County High School would like to congratulate the following students on their distinguished awards for the 2014 school year... 
Class of 2014
The Class of 2014 has graduated, but will not soon be forgotten.  Their hard work and dedication will place them among one of the most successful graduating  
Health Fair at HCHS
Hickman Co. High School had their annual Health Fair
November 20th. Our 7th, 9th and 11th
grade students participated. They had 14
different booths to visit.
 
Junior Beta News
The Junior Beta Club wrapped gifts for shoppers at the Arts and Crafts Festival last month. This service was provided free of charge as a community service. Thanks to all Junior Beta members who came to help. 
 
Operation Preparation at HCHS
 

March is Operation Preparation Month in Kentucky.  Schools across the state participate in a variety of ways to engage and advise students about college and career readiness.  Hickman County High School dedicated  a morning to bring trained volunteers community advisors to meet one-on-one with eighth- and tenth-grade students for an advising session about their college and career goals.   

 

 
Miss HCHS Pageant
The Miss HCHS Pageant was held Friday, September 27. The theme was “A Night in New York City” and featured eleven contestants from different HCHS clubs.  
Volleyball Award
Congratulations to Kaylee Webb who was recently recognized  as a member of the Region 1 Volleyball All Tournament Team for the 2013 season.  
Agriculture Commissioner Visits Hickman County High School
 

On August 1, 2013, Commissioner of Agriculture, James Comer visited Hickman County FFA. The Commissioner, being a past State FFA President, encouraged the present Hickman County Officers to continue in their endeavors in FFA. He expressed his support for FFA, stating the he would not be in his position today if it weren’t for the opportunities to develop leadership skills FFA offered him.

 
Monsanto Grant Awarded

Hickman County FFA has been awarded a $10,000 grant from Monsanto for the renovation of the existing greenhouse to increase student experiements and research on specific vegetables and flowers' optimum growth needs.  Mr. Irvan, FFA advisor, is excited about the opportunity for renovations to conduct research

 
Dare to Be Divergent : It Takes All of Our Strengths to Succeed
Students, faculty and staff participated in a Divergent themed KPREP testing pep rally. Students were divided into factions and participated in a variety of skills challenges....
 
FAFSA Follow-ups – April 11th
Lori Mitchum, Director of Financial Aid at MSU, will be here on Friday, April 11th from 8:30 – 3:30 in the front computer lab to assist senior students with updating and completing their FAFSA. She will help all students, not just those attending MSU. If the FAFSA has been updated with the 2013 income tax information using the IRS Data Retrieval Tool and the student was not selected for verification, he/she may choose to not meet with Lori if the student feels he/she has everything completed. If a student would like for Lori to look over everything to make sure it is updated and complete, the following information needs to be brought to school:  
Hickman County Future Business Leaders Aim For Excellence At The Region 1 Conference
This year’s state theme for FBLA is “Aiming for Excellence”
and our chapter did just that on Friday, March 14. Despite the move from Murray State to Kentucky Wesleyan in Owensboro we still had 26 students attend. The following students placed and will advance to the state level to be held in Louisville April 14-16:
 
Spanish II Students Perform Well at Spanish Fair in Dyersburg, TN.


The Hickman County Spanish II students did an outstanding
job at this year’s Spanish Fair held at Dyerburg State Community College. The following students placed at the event:
 
HCHS Students Learn History through Music
With American history, storytelling, and music all rolled into one, guest artist Gary Vidito entertained and educated HCHS students about the circumstances that lead to the American Civil War during a special live performance on Monday.  
HCHS Homecoming
Jan. 31st will be HCHS Basketball homecoming.
The Falcon’s and Lady Falcons will play Fulton City with the boys playing at
6pm and the girls to follow. There will be a dance following the game. Sign-up
sheet is in the office. Price of admission for the dance is $5.00.





 
Junior High District Basketball Tournament
Hickman County High School is the host for this year’s first
district middle school basketball tournament. The tournament will be played at
the elementary school on Jan. 27,28,and 30. The admission is $4.00 per
person. Faculty and staff will be admitted free with an identification card.  Click read more for more details about the Junior High Tournament.
 
Naranjo Competes at State

First year Cross Country runner Jordyn Naranjo finished 8th out of 14 seventh graders and
173 out of 216 at the 2013 state cross country meet held on Nov 9 at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, Ky. Congratulations Jordyn!



 



 
FFA Farm Safety Day
 

   What is Farm Safety Day? For the Hickman County FFA, its more than just a day out of class, it’s a chance to connect with the younger kids in our school system. Also, it’s a tool we use to teach kids how to safely operate farm equipment. In other words, we give a quick tour of various farm machinery that we have here in Hickman County and show them all the safety aspects of that machine. This is a day that we all look forward to and thankfully, with the support of local equipment dealers, farmers, and the school system, we make it happen. As for the FFA, it’s our way of giving back to the school and the community for all they do.

Respectfully,

Jonathan Reynolds, Vice President                                                                                                  

                        

 
Ancient Egypt
Ancient Egypt!! Back to Life in the social studies classroom!
Mrs. Dean's 7th grade students recently completed the study of the early Egyptian culture and civilizations. Students were given a project which involved the construction a pyramid complete with hieroglyphics and other early Egyptian symbols. The pyramids were on display in the library for the student body to view and enjoy.

 
Hickman County FFA Places 2nd in Regional Event

On Sept. 13 Hickman FFA visited Murray State University for the annual MSU Racer Round-up. The Chapter took two delegates to participate in making decisions within the regional FFA. These delegates were Secretary, Trent Stairs and Sentinel, Ben Wilson. The Chapter also sent four members to compete in the Soil Judging Regional Competition. Hickman County placed 2nd in the region just behind Calloway County. President Noah Ferguson placed 3rd individually, Reporter Max Jewell placed 5th, Jordan Mathis placed 13th, and Vice President Jonathan Reynolds placed 11th. The soils judging team is set to return to Hardinsburg KY on Nov. 7th to compete in the state competition. Also Hickman County FFA would like to give a special thanks to Charlie MCIntire, form the NRCS Conservation District for his outstanding help and willingness to help train our soil judging team.

 
Student Has a Gift for Art

When a large bookshelf was moved out of English teacher Ann Pettit’s room, she was left with a very gray, blank wall in her bright, colorful classroom. Something had to be done.  Using social media, Mrs. Pettit asked for volunteers who would be willing to fill the space with an inspirational quote and art work.  Ashleigh Trevino, daughter of Wendy Stairs and Ralph French, accepted the challenge.  Ashleigh earned twenty hours of community service that will be beneficial to her as a senior in the college entrance and scholarship application process.  Great job, Ashleigh!!

 
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