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Announcements

December 12, 2018

Congratulations to juniors Riley Barber and Gracie Lusk and sophomores Jenna Moore and Kathryn Stahr for being named Homecoming representatives for their respective grade levels.  

IMPORTANT:  ALL STUDENTS MUST TURN IN THEIR GREEN INFINITE CAMPUS CENSUS VERIFICATION SHEETS THAT WERE MAILED HOME WITH REPORT CARDS TO YOUR 4TH PERIOD TEACHER.  EVEN IF THERE WERE NO CHANGES, YOU NEED TO WRITE “NO CHANGES” AND RETURN THE SHEET.  IF YOU DID NOT RECEIVE YOUR REPORT CARD IN THE MAIL, SEE MRS. CRYSTAL OR MRS. BOAZ.

12 “School Days” of Christmas

There are now 5 school days remaining until Christmas Break.  Each day during lunch, there will be an icon from the famous Christmas song hidden somewhere in the cafeteria (not behind the serving line).  The first person who finds it will earn a free drink.    

FALCON FRIENDS

December 12th is the date for Group 2's lunch.

Homecoming Nominations:

For grades 9 and 12, elections will take place beginning today so the court will be named before we leave for Christmas break.  Freshmen will vote for two 9th grade candidates from among the four freshmen nominees.  Seniors will vote for two 12th grade candidates from among the three senior nominees.  Voting will take place in the library, and you may come at any time with teacher permission.  Voting will cease at the end of HS lunch on Monday with the 12:05 bell.

Ugly Sweater Contest

Ugly Christmas Sweater Day is Friday, December 14th.

Camo Corner Display

Any student who would like to share photos of his or her hunting harvests may submit photos for the Camo Corner display in the library.  This is for any fall/winter wild game including but not limited to deer.  Photos may be submitted to karen.stairs@hickman.kyschools.us .  Anyone who submits a photo will have his or her name entered into a drawing for a door prize to be given away before Christmas break.

MSU AIMS Program

Applications for the Murray State University Adventures in Math and Science Program are available in the guidance office and need to be returned ASAP.  Don’t miss out on this great program for students in grades 9-12 that takes some amazing trips!

GSE

Attention 9th, 10th, and 11th graders - If you are interested in applying for the Governor’s School for Entrepreneurs, see Mrs. Mullins for more information.

ACT (national date) 

The registration deadline for the February 9th ACT is Friday, January 11th.  Register online at www.actstudent.org.  The registration fee is $50.50.    Juniors and seniors on free/reduced lunch may request a fee waiver from the guidance office to cover this fee.  Sophomores & Juniors - if you are wanting to take dual credit next year and haven’t met the required benchmarks, you need to take the February ACT.  

ACT (district date) for Sophomores & Seniors

You have a unique opportunity to take a district ACT here at school on Tuesday, February 26th during 1st - 4th periods at a reduced price of $35 (normal cost is $50.50).  New this time - we will be testing online in the computer labs!  Yes - it is a real ACT and your scores will be college reportable!  The deadline to pay the $35 fee (make checks payable to HCHS or you can pay cash) to the guidance office is Monday, January 9th.

*If you want access to online ACT practice through Kentucky Virtual Library, see Mrs. Stairs for account information.  

CHA - Juniors

Applications for the Murray State University Commonwealth Honors Academy are available in the guidance office or online at www.murraystate.edu/cha.  CHA is a 3 week residential summer program June 8th - 29th on the campus of MSU.  Students will earn 6 college credit hours during the summer and have an opportunity to take 6 more college credit hours during their senior year.  Students also earn a $2000 per year housing scholarship to MSU.  The cost to attend is $195; however, students on free/reduced lunch can request a fee waiver to cover the fee.  Applications must be postmarked by March 1st.  

Trip Opportunity

FBLA is in the process of planning a trip to Washington, DC during next year’s Fall Break. If you are interested, see Mrs. Mullins for sign-up information.  You do not have to be a member of FBLA to participate.

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