National School Counseling Week

February 3It's National School Counseling Week, and the high school guidance department is busy working with students on four-year plans and scheduling. A shout out to Mrs. Austene and Mrs.

Alley honored as Athlete of the Week

February 2 - Congratulations to senior Brooke Alley who was named the KRCG 13 Student Athlete of the Week. Brooke will be honored with a segment at the end of Rod Smith’s sports cast on the 10 p.m. news Thursday night. In addition, she will be featured on the KRCG Student Athlete of the Week website.

All State Academic Softball

February 1 - Congratulations to the HHS Softball team for being honored with the MHSFCA All State Academic Award. In addition, eight varsity softball players were selected individually as MHSFCA Academic All State.

PTO Trivia Night: Feb 5

January 25 - Join PTO for a night full of fun and trivia! The evening is open to adults 18 years and older. Mrs.

Angel Tree Project

December 21 - Ms. Poyner's advisory class completed an Angel Tree Service Project. Three of the students chose one boy and girl around the ages of 5-6. Noah, Emily, and Amanda purchased and wrapped gifts for the children. Emily and Amanda are pictured above. 

Persuasive Commercials

December 18 - English III classes filmed commercials for a persuasive technique project. One of the lesson objectives is to understand the ways in which writers/speakers use language to persuade their audiences. Their teacher, Ms.

Chromatography

December 15 - Recently, AP Biology students performed a lab to test plant pigments with chromatography; they also completed a floating leaf disc assay. The AP biology course is instructed by Mrs. Erin Snelling.

Butterflies in English Class

November 24 - The HS English classes created butterflies for children of the Holocaust.The students chose a poem that a Jewish child of the Holocaust wrote and made a butterfly to commemorate their death. The class is reading the memoir "Night" by Elie Wiesel.

3D Bodies

November 17 - Body parts. Everywhere. If you visit the art room this week, you can see the beginning of the yearly 3D body project. Students wrap various body parts and form all the parts into one 3D body.  This is a class favorite, and Mrs. Williamson's students have been completing the project for 13 years.

ASVAB Review

October 26 - National Guard recruiters met with students who completed the ASVAB test to review individual student results. The students recently completed the test on the Hallsville campus. The ASVAB assessment measures a students' developed abilities and predicts future and occupational success in the military. 

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