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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
Buck Fever Finale
 Deer season is a big deal in Hickman County, and since many HCHS students are avid deer hunters, this month’s Student Showcase display at the HCHS Library focused on this popular hobby. Under the title Buck Fever, photos of students sporting this year’s deer harvests were displayed along with various books on the subject. The month-long focus culminated with Hickman County Ag Extension Agent Mattea Mitchell presenting a program on preparing and planting a deer plot in anticipation of next year’s harvest.   
Jr. Beta News
 

As a community service project, the HCHS  Jr. Beta Club recently collected canned goods to donate to the Mission House.  Shown here are club members Witt Bell, Grant Davis, Kendra Curlin, Mallorie Hobbs, and Audrey Byassee.    

 

 
HCHS Basketball Homecoming Jan. 9th, 2015
Basketball homecoming date is Jan. 9 .  On this night we will be honoring the 1973 boys basketball team that made it to the semifinals of the state tournament that year. Anyone that was associated with this team and has not been contacted please call Henry Edwards at the High School  270-653-4044. 
HCHS\Graves Co Basketball Game
The December 15th game with Graves Co. will be played at Wingo Elementary School with game time beginning at  6:00 pm. The Order of games are jvb-VB.  Tickets are available at HCHS or may be purchased at the door the night of game.  
Parent Survey

HIGH SCHOOL:
In an effort to improve system practices, Hickman County High School is conducting a Parent Survey. We value your opinion and ask that you take the time to complete this survey. In order to complete the survey, please go to:http://www.advanc-ed.org/survey/public/2239341.

Please be assured that your responses to this survey will be anonymous. Your honest opinion is appreciated. Thank you for your time and attention to this matter.

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL:
In an effort to improve system practices, Hickman County Elementary School is conducting a Parent Survey. We value your opinion and ask that you take the time to complete this survey. In order to complete the survey, please go to: http://www.advanc-ed.org/survey/public/0460264.

 

 Please be assured that your responses to this survey will be anonymous. Your honest opinion is appreciated. Thank you for your time and attention to this matter.

 
**SBDM MEETING RESCHEDULED**
***The Hickman County High School SBDM has been rescheduled for November 25 @ 4:00 pm. ***
 
HCHS TEST SCORE ANALYSIS NIGHT
Tuesday, November 18th at 6:00p.m. in the gymnasium .  Click on read more for further information . 
High School taking Nominations for SBDM council
 Hickman Co. HS is taking nominations through November 17th for a parent member on the SBDM council.  Due to Marty Templeton being elected to the board of education, Hickman Co. HS will have a parent vacancy on SBDM as of January 1st.  Nominations can be submitted by letter to the office or email to kevin.estes@hickman.kyschools.us no later than November 17th at 3 pm.  The Special Parent Election will take place in the HS lobby 8 am to 7 pm on November 18th.  
 
Basketball Team Selling School Spirit Attire
  Basketball season has begun and our high school boys basketball team is now selling Falcon attire. They have a great selection to choose from and hope everyone will find something that fits their style. You can see any boys basketball player or Coach Blalock to purchase items.   Please click read more to view the catalog of attire. 
Congratulations Cross Country Team
Congratulations to the HCHS Cross Country Team. They placed 3rd overall in regional competition. Jordyn Naranjo and Isaac Madding finished 4th and 5th respectively as individuals.  
Leadership Class visits Peerless, Harper Hams and First Community Bank
 Written by: Jace York

This week the Hickman County Leadership Class did a lot of fun things learning about business in Hickman County. We couldn't believe how much a business needs to be successful.

 

Our first stop was Peerless Premier Appliance Company.  Peerless has been manufacturing the stoves in Clinton since 2004. They sell stoves to many businesses- Lowes, for example.

 
A Trip Down the Nile
In connection with their study of ancient Egypt, students in Karen Dean’s 7th grade social studies classes added their own modern touches to these pyramid replicas.  Like the symbolism used by the ancient Egyptians, HCHS students decorated their creations with icons representing things that are important to them in today’s time.           
Hobbies Connect Former and Current Students
What do current HCHS senior Jade Florence and HCHS alum (Class of ’08) Jennifer Nuckolls share in common?  It turns out they both have an affinity for cartooning—one as a collector and the other as a creator.  Florence opened this month’s HCHS Student Showcase program by sharing with her fellow students her personal collection of Peanuts memorabilia including several versions of cartoonist Charles Schulz’ beloved Snoopy. 
Yearbook Sales Begin
HCHS yearbooks are now on sale through November 25th. Prices are as follows:
Oct. 23-30      $42
Nov. 3- 14      $46
Nov. 17-25     $48
Seniors may have their name printed on their yearbook for an extra $5.
 
Bustling Butterflies

Students in Mrs. Paul’s Arts & Humanities rotation classes created these beautiful butterflies in connection with their study of the art of Japanese origami. Like paper itself, origami actually originated in China but became popular in Japan as early as the 1600’s. Students began by first decorating the paper with original designs. Then they formed their butterflies without cutting by creating a series of folds from a single sheet of paper.

 
Career Fair Is a Falcon Homecoming
Several former HCHS graduates returned to their alma mater recently for the annual Career Fair event to help educate current students on various career options.  Now in the workforce with accomplished careers, these HCHS alumni served as prime examples of the school’s long-running history of educational success. Click read more for Photo and participants.  
HCHS Career Fair

Hickman Co. High School hosted their annual Career Fair on October 1st. It was sponsored by the Hickman County Community Education and the KAPS Family Resource Center. We had 33 participants showcasing various careers and colleges. The 8th, 10th and 12th grade students were given the task of visiting every booth. They were required to interview at least two people asking questions about his/her career. They visited with the college representatives and asked questions such as the requirements to attend that college, financial aid, scholarships etc…

 
Seniors: How to Order Graduation Announcements
Click Read More for links to order announcements for graduation.
 
New Student Showcase Display Draws Students

 A new display case in the HCHS high school library is being used to spark student interest in a variety of hobbies. During the month of August, the display case has held Librarian Karen Stairs’ personal collection of pop-up books. Last week, during a program entitled “Pop Up Palooza”, Stairs shared these books and instructed interested students on how to make their own pop-up cards. The program concluded with a drawing for a door prize sponsored by the Hickman County Arts Council. To inspire new interest in reading and unique hobbies, each month the Student Showcase event will feature a different student sponsored collection and presentation.

 
DEMOCRACY IN ACTION
The Hickman County High School Library was recently transformed into a polling center as students voted to elect members to this year’s Student Council.  To make the experience as authentic as possible, students used private voting booths on loan from Hickman County Clerk Jimbo Berry. In addition, students had to sign a register before  
8th Grade GT News
8th Grade GT students are beginning the study of engineering using Lego Robotics. Students will be learning to program robots using LabView software currently used in University of Kentucky College of Engineering at West KY Tech in Paducah. 
Students Receive High Honors
Hickman County High School would like to congratulate the following students on their distinguished awards for the 2014 school year... 
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

 
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