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In accordance with district procedures and records retention guidelines, Hickman County School District is required to maintain special education records for three (3) years after the date of the last activity. Therefore, the school district will destroy all records three years after graduation or three years after a student has exited a special education program. If you have reason to believe you will need these records at a later date, you must notify the Hickman County School District, that you want the records prior to the designated time for destruction. Please be aware that you may need information from the records for social security benefits or other purposes. All records through May 2014 will be destroyed by June 30, 2017. If you wish to obtain your records, please call the Hickman County Board Office at 270-653-2341.

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Posted Tuesday, March 21, 2017
"The Nest" will be selling t-shirts to promote Autism Awarness Month. All of the profit from the shirts will go to Autism Speaks Organization . The order form with a photo of the shirt is attached to this article. All orders need to be turned in to Mrs. Collins, Mrs Crawford or any member of  "The Nest" by March 27th.

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Posted Thursday, March 9, 2017

Comprised of avid readers, members of the HCHS Book Club recently had the opportunity to meet Courtney C. Stevens, a successful young adult author...

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Posted Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Senior Emily Cooley won the Student Spotlight door prize for her deer harvest entry in the photo display this season...

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Posted Monday, February 27, 2017

Bruce Kimbell of First Community Bank presented a lesson on personal finance, banking and other economic principles to sixth grade students in Jeff Boaz’s social studies class at Hickman County Elementary this week.

Assisting Mr. Kimbell with the presentation was Ethan Cunningham and Daniel Kimbell.

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Posted Thursday, February 23, 2017

With February being Library Lovers’ Month, it is the perfect time for local students to celebrate reading with I Love to Read Week.  This annual event was held at the high school this week and included a variety of activities related to reading promotion.  From dress-up days to a poetry contest, from a week-long library scavenger hunt to a photo display, each literary-themed activity was a fun opportunity for students to not only celebrate reading, but also to earn the chance to win monetary prizes generously sponsored by the Hickman County Arts Council. 

 As part of the week’s events, students were challenged to create a found poem by using a black-out technique.  Here, students take a copy of a random page of text and create a “found” poem by isolating certain words in a particular order to create a new idea or unique sentiment.  The top 20 entries were put on display in the library, and the entire student body was asked to vote for their favorite.  Prizes were awarded as follows: 1st place Latosha Hurt, 2nd place Allison Pettit, 3rd place Brandi Hornback. 

 

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Posted Thursday, February 23, 2017
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