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HCHS Daily Announcements

 

Daily Announcements  

 

Wednesday, October 23, 2019

 

Red Ribbon Week is next week, October 21st -25th. 

Theme days for Red Ribbon Week: 

Thursday--"You Can't Dream Big with Drugs" - Wear Pajamas

Friday--"Team Up Against Vaping" - Wear Team Shirt/Jersey

Chamber Leadership

Check in with your 1st period teachers on Thursday morning and THEN meet at designated location ASAP. Dress professionally. Bring your Project Notebook and a pencil/pen. 

Practice for the dance will continue this week during LUNCH. Contestants please get a to-go lunch and meet at the designated location.

Anyone interested in going on the FLIGHT field trip to Discovery Park of America on October 25 needs to pick up a permission form from Ms. Brooks. This field trip is completely free!

Any sophomore with strong leadership abilities can apply for the HOBY Leadership Seminar Program.  Our school has been given the opportunity to send three students to HOBY!  Interested students must submit a typed essay to the guidance office by October 28th.  Essay requirements are in the guidance office.

 

Senior Athletes

The deadline to submit your application for the Heisman High School Scholarship is next Tuesday, October 29th at 5:00 p.m.  One female and one male winner from our school will be selected to advance to the state competition to compete for a $1000 scholarship.  

 

Berea College Deadline

Seniors - the priority application deadline for Berea is Thursday, October 31st.  You need to have all application materials submitted before this date including your teacher recommendation and school counselor evaluation form.

 

Prudential Spirit of Community Award - All GradesAny student grades 5-12 that has been an active volunteer in their community can apply for the Prudential Spirit of Community award. They will  have a chance at a $1,000 scholarship. Applications can be found at spirit.prudential.com. Deadline to apply is November 5th.

For more info visit the guidance office.

 

December 14th ACT

The registration deadline for the national December  14th ACT is Friday, November 8th.  Register online at www.actstudent.org.  $52.  Juniors & seniors on free/reduced lunch can request a fee waiver from the guidance office to cover this fee.    

Seniors, turn in senior pics and quotes by 

November 22. 

 

ACT Prep Workshops

Information about a couple of ACT Prep Workshops in the McCracken & Graves County areas is available in the guidance office.  There is a cost associated with the workshops.  We have had a couple of students attend these workshops.  

 

Shop the FALCON STORE for all your back-to-school needs.  We have flavor packets for water at 25 cents each, t-shirts and PopSockets for $7 each and lots of pencils and index cards.  We even have poster board for those fun and exciting presentations that you love to do!!

 

Falcon Friends Mentors - Join your Remind group ASAP using code @ff2k19.

Field Trip Policy

Reminder: Please know that if on the Friday before a field trip, any student with an F in any class will be ineligible for the trip. 

 

Seniors

Senior Spotlight forms and photos should be returned to Mrs. Stairs or Mrs. Young as soon as possible. If you do not return a photo, we will use your formal Senior yearbook photo.  
 

Senate Youth Program

Any juniors or seniors who are interested in government and are currently serving as an officer in a club, can apply for the senate youth program. If chosen, you will have a chance to go to Washington D.C. and participate in discussion groups with national leaders. Anyone interested should visit the guidance office.

 

MSU Talent Search Students

Mrs. Boaz needs to send out information through Remind to the students in the MSU Talent Search Program about some exciting upcoming opportunities.  Text @msutalent to 81010 ASAP to join the MSU Talent Search Remind group.  The information is also available in the Guidance Office. 

 

Any sophomores or juniors with artistic abilities can apply for the Governor’s School for the Arts program. Chosen students will spend three weeks in Lexington learning, performing, and growing in their art category. Categories are: architecture & design, creative writing, dance, drama, instrumental music, musical theatre, film & photography, visual art, and vocal music. For more info visit the guidance office.

 

Yearbook sales are on-going.  The new price is $46.  To purchase one, see Mrs. Heath.

If you want information about the trip to New York City, stop by Mrs. Mullins’ room.

Beta members:  there is a tote in Mrs. Pettit's room for items you are donating to the Merryman House.  This is a wonderful service to people in need, so let's support them by bringing in LOTS of personal care items!!!

 

Any juniors with a Composite ACT score of 25 and a 3.5 or higher GPA can apply for the Commonwealth Honors Academy. The academy will be held June 6th-June 27th at MSU. Upon completion of the academy, students will receive six hours of honors-level university studies credit and be awarded a $2,000 renewable housing scholarship to attend MSU. To apply visit www.murraystate.edu/cha. Visit the guidance office for more info.

 

If you want information about the trip to New York City, stop by Mrs. Mullins’ room. There is still room to sign up!

 

Any student grades 9-12 who needs community service hours may contact Megan Black at the Preschool/Head Start office for more info @ 270-653-4923. Childcare workers are needed for a December event. One to two hours of community service are available that evening.

 

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