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High Academics in a Controlled Environment

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To equip our students to live well-rounded lives by becoming effective communicators, life-long learners, and productive citizens.

Daily Announcements

2/24/17

The D.I. Improv team will meet Monday's and Wednesday's until 4 in Mrs. Raley's room.

Juniors:  Pick up your ring ding packets and pay Mrs. Ray your Ring Ding fee during all 4 lunch shifts or before or after school.

 

Senior officers will meet with Mrs. Allison today after school in her room (E-6) for a short meeting to discuss the theme for prom.

 

It’s time for cheerleader and highstepper tryouts for the 2017-18 year.  Applications for cheerleader are available in Mrs. Shaw’s room during non class times beginning today and must be returned to her Friday, March 3. Highstepper applications will be available next week from Mrs. Weinreber.

 

Notes from Officer Almond: 1. A number of our students have unpaid parking fines that need to be taken care of before March 1st if you don’t want to lose your parking permit. 2. The student parking lot is filled up and there are about 12 students that have not purchased a parking permit. Starting today, if a car does not have a current parking permit hanging from the rear view mirror, it will be towed off the student parking lot to make room for those students who have purchased a permit. 3. If you allow a student that rides the bus or is dropped off by a parent to come get in your vehicle, Officer Almond will pull and suspend your parking permit.

 

Student Council Election applications are now available from Mrs. Marks (Lab 1). Deadline to submit an application for an executive officer or a class senator is March 1st @ 2:30.

 

SENIORS:  Deadline to submit your nominations for senior favorites is Tuesday, Feb. 28th at midnight. Please be reminded this is for SENIORS ONLY!

Thursday, February 23, 2017

The D.I. Improv team will meet Monday's and Wednesday's until 4 in Mrs. Raley's room.

Juniors:  Pick up your ring ding packets from Mrs. Ray during non class times.  She is now accepting your ring ding fees during all 4 lunch shifts or before or after school.  You need to email her the pictures you want in the slideshow.  See Mrs. Ray if you have any questions.

 

Senior officers will meet with Mrs. Allison Monday after school in her room (E-6) for a short meeting to discuss the theme for prom.

 

Redemption Day is this Friday February 24th during all 4 lunch shifts!  Come to the library to cash in your Buc Stamps for all sorts of goodies including the super popular mystery grab bags.   Tune in to KHHS on Friday to find out why Redemption Day is so awesome.

 

The HHS Fall Blood Drive will be Friday, March 3, in the girls gym.  Donors must be 16 years old or older.  Any student desiring to donate must have a signed permission slip turned into JROTC no later than Thursday, February 23rd.

 

Drill team and color guard will meet today from 2:30 until 4:00 P.M. for final practice for the Leesville Drill Meet.

 

It’s time for cheerleader and highstepper tryouts for the 2017-18 year.  Applications for cheerleader will be available in Mrs. Shaw’s room during non class times  Monday, February 27 and must be returned to her Friday, March 3. Highstepper applications will be available the following week from Mrs. Weinreber.  Tune in to KHHS tomorrow for more information about spirit group tryouts.

 

The JV and V softball teams will play Benton tonight at Benton. JV starts at 4:30 and V starts at 6.

 

Notes from Officer Almond: 1. A number of our students have unpaid parking fines that need to be taken care of before March 1st if you don’t want to lose your parking permit. 2. The student parking lot is filled up and there are about 12 students that have not purchased a parking permit. Starting MONDAY, if a car does not have a current parking permit hanging from the rear view mirror, it will be towed off the student parking lot to make room for those students who have purchased a permit. 3. If you allow a student that rides the bus or is dropped off by a parent to come get in your vehicle, Officer Almond will pull and suspend your parking permit.

 

4H, Kitty Hawk, Tri M, and Student Council will be meeting today during Activity Period.

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

The D.I. Improv team will meet Monday's and Wednesday's until 4 in Mrs. Raley's room.

Juniors:  Pick up your ring ding packets from Mrs. Ray during non class times.  She is now accepting your ring ding fees during all 4 lunch shifts or before or after school.  You need to email her the pictures you want in the slideshow.  See her if you have any questions.

 

Redemption Day is this Friday February 24th during all 4 lunch shifts!  Come to the library to cash in your Buc Stamps for all sorts of goodies including the super popular mystery grab bags.   Tune in to KHHS on Friday to find out why Redemption Day is so awesome.

 

The HHS Fall Blood Drive will be Friday, March 3, in the girls gym.  Donors must be 16 years old or older.  Any student desiring to donate must have a signed permission slip turned into JROTC no later than Thursday, February 23rd.

 

Drill team and color guard will meet tomorrow from 2:30 until 4:00 P.M. for final practice for the Leesville Drill Meet.

 

HHS would like to thank all of the students who participated in the District Literary Rally competition on Saturday, February 18th. Congratulations to the following students who placed in their respective subjects:

 

Jordan Fick (1) - Algebra 1

Stefani Wheeler (2) - Environmental Science

Robert Anweiler (2) - Physics

Kyler Burns (2) - Principles of Business

Megan Warwick (2) - Psychology

Mason Jinks (1) - Spanish I

Matthew Bailey (2) - Spanish II

Alex Tomb (2) - US History

 

If you placed at the District Rally, you qualify for the state competition on April 1st at LSU in Baton Rouge.  Please email Miss Hall by Thursday if you are available to attend the state competition.


The Highsteppers competed this past weekend in Kilgore TX at the Gussie Nell Davis Classic. They performed 8 dances and did amazing!

Awards:

Officers: Sweepstakes, Gussie Nell Davis Award, Judges Award Kick, Judges award Novelty, Best Overall Gold Award for Precision/Presentation/choreography, 2nd place Small Division Officers

Line: Sweepstakes, Gussie Nell Davis Award, Judges Award Pom, Best Overall Gold Award for Precision/Presentation/choreography, 2nd place Small Division Team, 1st runner up Academic Champions

Ensembles: 1st place Medium Ensemble for Hip Hop, 1st place Large Ensemble for Contemporary


The varsity baseball team beat St. Mary's last night 9-2.

Nick Heckman was the winning pitcher striking out 6 batters in 3 innings.

We racked up 13 hits.

Nick Heckman was 2 for 4 at the plate with 2 RBIs.

Hayden Hensley was 2 for 3 with 1 RBI.

Mason Simmons was 2 for 4 with 1 RBI.

Jathon Patton was 2 for 3 with 1 RBI.

 

JV team has a double header at home tonight beginning at 5:00.

 

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

The D.I. Improv team will meet Monday's and Wednesday's until 4 in Mrs. Raley's room.

Juniors:  You may pick up your packets for participation in Ring Ding from Mrs. Ray during non class times.

 

Free after school tutoring begins today in the S building.  Sign up sheets are located outside the doors of Mrs. Weinreber, Ms. McKay, Mrs. Melton, and Mrs. Pease’s classrooms.  You must have a ride to pick you up no later than 4:30 p.m.

 

Redemption Day is this Friday February 24th during all 4 lunch shifts!  Come to the library to cash in your Buc Stamps for all sorts of goodies including the super popular mystery grab bags.   Tune in to KHHS on Friday to find out why Redemption Day is so awesome.

 

Do you know PRIDE??  If not, check out the back of your ID and get that acronym memorized before the PBIS team arrives on campus this week. If you see Miss Turner in the plaza during your lunch shift,  recite PRIDE to her and she’ll reward you with a Buc Stamp!

 

The HHS Fall Blood Drive will be Friday, March 3, in the girls gym.  Donors must be 16 years old or older.  Any student desiring to donate must have a signed permission slip turned into JROTC no later than Thursday, February 23rd.

 

Color guard will practice today from 2:30 until 4:00 P.M. in the large classroom.

 

Congratulations to Josh Lister who won the State Indoor Championship this past weekend in the 60 Meter dash.  He now ranks 3rd in the nation with the fastest time in that event.  Also, congratulations to the 4x200 relay team for placing 4th in the state.  The team consists of Emile Cole, Lavonta Gipson, Josh Lister, and Kynan Hayes.

 

Girls soccer uniform and supply turn-in will be today from 2:45-3:30 in the field house.

 

The D.I. Improv team will meet Monday's and Wednesday's until 4 in Mrs. Raley's room.

 

Juniors:  You may pick up your packets for participation in Ring Ding from Mrs. Ray during non class times.

 

Free after school tutoring begins today in the S building.  Sign up sheets are located outside the doors of Mrs. Weinreber, Ms. McKay, Mrs. Melton, and Mrs. Pease’s classrooms.  You must have a ride to pick you up no later than 4:30 p.m.

 

Redemption Day is this Friday February 24th during all 4 lunch shifts!  Come to the library to cash in your Buc Stamps for all sorts of goodies including the super popular mystery grab bags.   Tune in to KHHS on Friday to find out why Redemption Day is so awesome.

 

Do you know PRIDE??  If not, check out the back of your ID and get that acronym memorized before the PBIS team arrives on campus this week. If you see Miss Turner in the plaza during your lunch shift,  recite PRIDE to her and she’ll reward you with a Buc Stamp!

 

The HHS Fall Blood Drive will be Friday, March 3, in the girls gym.  Donors must be 16 years old or older.  Any student desiring to donate must have a signed permission slip turned into JROTC no later than Thursday, February 23rd.

 

Color guard will practice today from 2:30 until 4:00 P.M. in the large classroom.

 

Congratulations to Josh Lister who won the State Indoor Championship this past weekend in the 60 Meter dash.  He now ranks 3rd in the nation with the fastest time in that event.  Also, congratulations to the 4x200 relay team for placing 4th in the state.  The team consists of Emile Cole, Lavonta Gipson, Josh Lister, and Kynan Hayes.

 

Girls soccer uniform and supply turn-in will be today from 2:45-3:30 in the field house.

Friday, February 17, 2017

The D.I. Improv team will meet Monday's and Wednesday's until 4 in Mrs. Raley's room.

This is the last week to sign up for FTA.  Sign up sheets are located outside Mrs. Shaw’s door and Mrs. Hunt’s door.  See them if you have any questions.

 

Juniors:  You may pick up your packets for participation in Ring Ding from Mrs. Ray during non class times.  Do not disturb her classes.  Tune in to KHHS today to learn more about this year’s Ring Ding.

 

Don’t forget to sign up for free after school tutoring.  Sign up sheets are located outside on the doors of  Mrs. Weinreber, Ms. McKay, Mrs. Pease, and Mrs. Melton’s rooms.  Tutoring times are Monday-Thursday from 2:30-4:30 and tutoring will begin February 21.

 

Redemption Day is NEXT Friday February 24th during all 4 lunch shifts!  Come to the library to cash in your Buc Stamps for all sorts of goodies including the super popular mystery grab bags.   Tune in to KHHS on the 24th to find out why Redemption Day is so awesome.

 

Do you know PRIDE??  If not, check out the back of your ID and get that acronym memorized before the PBIS team arrives on campus next week. If you see Miss Turner in the plaza during your lunch shift,  recite PRIDE to her and she’ll reward you with a Buc Stamp!

 

The HHS Fall Blood Drive will be Friday, March 3, in the girls gym.  Donors must be 16 years old or older.  Any student desiring to donate must have a signed permission slip turned into JROTC no later than next Thursday, February 23rd.

 

Model Aviation and Rocketry meeting is cancelled for today.

 

Congratulations to the following Lady Bucs soccer players who were selected to the All District team:  1st team, Ciara White, Parker McClung, and Paige Ramey; 2nd team, Genet Leist, Gracie Currence, Lauren Brooks, and Shelby Watson; and Honorable Mention, Tori Lunsford.  We are proud of these young ladies and this outstanding accomplishment.

Girls soccer uniform and supply turn-in will be Tuesday, 21 Feb from 2:45-3:30 in the field house.

 

February 16, 2017

The D.I. Improv team will meet Monday's and Wednesday's until 4 in Mrs. Raley's room.

This is the last week to sign up for FTA.  Sign up sheets are located outside Mrs. Shaw’s door and Mrs. Hunt’s door.  See them if you have any questions.

 

Juniors:  You may pick up your packets for participation in Ring Ding from Mrs. Ray during non class times.  Do not disturb her classes.  Tune in to KHHS Friday to learn more about this year’s Ring Ding.

 

Don’t forget to sign up for free after school tutoring.  Sign up sheets are located outside on the doors of  Mrs. Weinreber, Ms. McKay, Mrs. Pease, and Mrs. Melton’s rooms.  Tutoring times are Monday-Thursday from 2:30-4:30 and tutoring will begin February 21.

 

Redemption Day is Friday February 24th during all 4 lunch shifts!  Come to the library to cash in your Buc Stamps for all sorts of goodies including the super popular mystery grab bags.   Tune in to KHHS on the 24th to find out why Redemption Day is so awesome.

 

Do you know PRIDE??  If not, check out the back of your ID and get that acronym memorized before the PBIS team arrives on campus next week. If you see Miss Turner in the plaza during your lunch shift,  recite PRIDE to her and she’ll reward you with a Buc Stamp!

 

The HHS Fall Blood Drive will be next Friday,

March 2, in the girls gym.  Donors must be 16 years old or older.  Any student desiring to donate must have a signed permission slip turned into JROTC no later than next Thursday, February 23rd.

 

Marksmanship Varsity and JV will meet today in the buc den.


Today is Activity Period and the following clubs are meeting: ROTC Reserves, Chess Club, Red Jackets, and RAK.  SADD is NOT meeting today.

Teachers:  We have a late bus.  Those students who ride that bus will be sent directly to class when they arrive.  Please make adjustments to your absentees if any of those students are in your first block class.

The D.I. Improv team will meet Monday's and Wednesday's until 4 in Mrs. Raley's room.

 

This is the last week to sign up for FTA.  Sign up sheets are located outside Mrs. Shaw’s door and Mrs. Hunt’s door.  See them if you have any questions.

 

Juniors:  You may pick up your packets for participation in Ring Ding from Mrs. Ray during non class times.  Do not disturb her classes.  Tune in to KHHS Friday to learn more about this year’s Ring Ding.

 

Don’t forget to sign up for free after school tutoring.  Sign up sheets are located outside the doors of  Mrs. Weinreber, Ms. McKay, Mrs. Pease, and Mrs. Melton’s rooms.  Tutoring times are Monday-Thursday from 2:30-4:30 and tutoring will begin February 21.

 

Redemption Day is Friday February 24th during all 4 lunch shifts!  Come to the library to cash in your Buc Stamps for all sorts of goodies including the super popular mystery grab bags.   Tune in to KHHS on the 24th to find out why Redemption Day is so awesome.

 

Do you know PRIDE??  If not, check out the back of your ID and get that acronym memorized before the PBIS team arrives on campus next week.   If you see Miss Turner in the plaza during your lunch shift,  recite PRIDE to her and she’ll reward you with a Buc Stamp!

 

February 14, 2017

Seniors:  Outstanding Senior essays are due to Mrs. St. Andre today.  See her if you have questions.

Color guard will practice today from 2:30-4.  

 

The D.I. Improv team will meet Monday's and Wednesday's until 4 in Mrs. Raley's room.

 

This is the last week to sign up for FTA.  Sign up sheets are located outside Mrs. Shaw’s door and Mrs. Hunt’s door.  See them if you have any questions.

 

This is a very important announcement for all JUNIORS:  You may pick up your packets for participation in Ring Ding from Mrs. Ray during non class times.  Do not disturb her classes.  Tune in to KHHS Friday to learn more about this year’s Ring Ding.

 

Haughton High is excited to have several opportunities for after school tutoring.  We will be opening classrooms on the top floor of the S-Building starting February 21st.  Tutoring times are Mondays through Thursday from 2:30-4:30.  The after school sessions are open to Credit Recovery and Odysseyware users; students who are wanting to do well on EOC tests and ACT tests; or even students just needing extra help in any class.  Sign up sheets are available outside the following classrooms:  A. Melton in room S224, Weinreber in room S218, Pease in room S221 and McKay in room S215.  Signing up is not mandatory but appreciated!  Don't miss this opportunity for free help.

 

Redemption Day is Friday February 24th during all 4 lunch shifts!  Come to the library to cash in your Buc Stamps for all sorts of goodies such as candy, chips, soda, school supplies, tardy and temporary ID forgiveness coupons, gift cards, and t-shirts.  New this year are the super popular Mystery Grab Bags!  Make plans to attend Redemption Day Friday, February 24.  Tune in to KHHS on that day to find out why Redemption Day is so awesome.


Teachers:  Please remember to attend the faculty meeting during your conference period today.

 

Monday, February 13, 2017

Seniors:  Outstanding Senior essays are due to Mrs. St. Andre no later than tomorrow afternoon.  See Mrs. St. Andre if you have questions.

Drill team will practice today from 2:30 until 4:00. Color guard will practice tomorrow the same place and time, weather permitting.

 

Space Team will not meet today.  

 

Marksmanship Varsity Team will meet today after school to qualify for the Leesville competition.  No practice tomorrow.  

 

The D.I. Improv team will meet Monday's and Wednesday's til 4 in Mrs. Raley's room.

 

If you are interested in joining FTA, Future Teachers’ Association, sign up sheets are located outside Mrs. Shaw’s door and Mrs. Hunt’s door.  There are no dues, but by signing up, you are saying you are committed to helping with Teacher Appreciation Week and Freshman Orientation.  Friday, February 17,  will be the last day to sign up.  See Mrs. Shaw or Mrs. Hunt if you have questions.

 

This is a very important announcement for all JUNIORS:  You may begin picking up your packets for participation in Ring Ding today.  Packets may be picked up from Mrs. Ray during NON CLASS TIMES only.  Do not disturb her classes.  Tune in to KHHS Friday to learn more about this year’s Ring Ding.

 

Haughton High is excited to have several opportunities for after school tutoring.  We will be opening classrooms on the top floor of the S-Building starting February 21st.  Tutoring times are Mondays through Thursday from 2:30-4:30.  The after school sessions are open to Credit Recovery and Odysseyware users; students who are wanting to do well on EOC tests and ACT tests; or even students just needing extra help in any class.  Sign up sheets are available outside the following classrooms:  A. Melton in room S224, Weinreber in room S218, Pease in room S221 and McKay in room S215.  Signing up is not mandatory but appreciated!  Don't miss this opportunity for free help.

 

Congratulations to our wrestling team for their outstanding showing at the state wrestling meet this weekend.  Johnny VanVeckhoven won the state championship match for the Division II-285 lb weight class in just 32 seconds which is a remarkable feat.  D.J. Monroe also had an outstanding performance finishing second in state for the 195 lb weight class, losing the championship match by a heartbreaking 3-2 score.   Congratulations to these two HHS wrestlers.

 

Redemption Day is Friday February 24th during all 4 lunch shifts!  Come to the library to cash in your Buc Stamps for all sorts of goodies such as candy, chips, a soda, school supplies, Tardy and Temporary ID Forgiveness coupons, Gift Cards, and t-shirts.  New this year are the super popular Mystery Grab Bags! Make plans to attend Redemption Day Friday, February 24. Tune in to KHHS on that day to find out why Redemption Day is so awesome.

 

February 10, 2017

District Literary Rally permission slips are due today.  You can bring them to Ms. Hall in S-210 or have a teacher put them in her box.

Seniors:  It’s time to submit your application to be considered for Outstanding Senior.  A 3 paragraph essay, not a resume’, explaining the reason you should be considered for this honor and which includes your GPA, ACT score, extracurricular, athletic, and co curricular activities should be submitted to Mrs. St. Andre no later than February 14.  If you have questions, please see Mrs. St. Andre.  Approximately 20 students will be selected for this honor.

 

The Sadie Hawkins Dance is tomorrow night from 8-11 p.m. in the boys gym.  Cowen Studios will be here to take professional pictures tomorrow night.  You will receive a picture envelope when you buy your ticket.  If you have already purchased your tickets, stop by the library during your lunch shift to get your picture envelope.  Today is the LAST day to purchase tickets during all 4 lunch shifts in the library.   Tickets are $10 each.  You must be wearing your ID to purchase tickets and you should have submitted a dance contract for yourself and your date. You and your guest must have a photo ID to enter the dance tomorrow night.

Guest dance contracts are past due and need to be turned in to Mr. Haynie along with the $10 late fee.

 

The D.I. Improv team will meet Monday's and Wednesday's til 4 in Mrs. Raley's room.

 

If you are interested in joining FTA, Future Teachers’ Association, sign up sheets are located outside Mrs. Shaw’s door and Mrs. Hunt’s door.  There are no dues, but by signing up, you are saying you are committed to helping with Teacher Appreciation Week and Freshman Orientation.  See Mrs. Shaw or Mrs. Hunt if you have questions.

 

This weekend is the state wrestling tournament at the CenturyLink Center. We have 6 wrestlers who have earned the right to compete in this tournament including DJ Monroe who is the #2 seeded wrestler in his bracket and Johnny Vanveckhoven who is the #5 seed in his bracket. Cameron Carter, Nate Williams, Valon Mull, and Justin Nixon will also be competing in the tournament. Come out and support these Bucs as they try to bring home individual state championships. There are 4 sessions with the championship session starting at 6 o'clock Saturday evening. Cost is $10 at the door.


Tonight is the Pink Out basketball game.  Come watch the senior basketball players as they are recognized pregame for Senior Night and wear a pink shirt to support the fight against breast cancer.

Thursday, February 9, 2017

Teachers:  Please collect the $5 from your students who are wearing jeans and send that money in the envelope which was in your box to Mrs. Raley’s room  by 8:30 a.m.  

 

Seniors:  It’s time to submit your application to be considered for Outstanding Senior.  A 3 paragraph essay, not a resume’, explaining the reason you should be considered for this honor and which includes your GPA, ACT score, extracurricular, athletic, and co curricular activities should be submitted to Mrs. St. Andre no later than February 14.  If you have questions, please see Mrs. St. Andre.  Approximately 20 students will be selected for this honor.

 

The Sadie Hawkins Dance is Saturday, February 11 from 8-11 p.m. in the boys gym.  Cowen Studios will be here to take professional pictures Saturday night, so bring extra money if you’re interested in purchasing pics.  You must have a photo ID to enter the dance Saturday.  Tickets are on sale during all 4 lunch shifts in the library. Tickets are $10 each.  You must be wearing your ID to purchase tickets and you should have submitted a dance contract for yourself and your date.

Guest dance contracts are past due and need to be turned in to Mr. Haynie along with the $10 late fee.

 

The D.I. Improv team will meet Monday's and Wednesday's til 4 in Mrs. Raley's room.

 

Special Ops and PT are cancelled today.  

 

If you are interested in joining FTA, Future Teachers’ Association, sign up sheets are located outside Mrs. Shaw’s door and Mrs. Hunt’s door.  There are no dues, but by signing up, you are saying you are committed to helping with Teacher Appreciation Week and Freshman Orientation.  See Mrs. Shaw or Mrs. Hunt if you have questions.

 

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Hunter Allen

Robert Anweiler

Makenzie Dick

Lacey Dodson

Morgan Griffin

Courtney Jackson

Kerstyn Jones

Kaleigh  Madden

Meagan McMillian

Sara Miller

Yeni Montes

Cheyenne Norman

Savannah O'Neal

Paige Ramey

Caroline Reggio

Korie Rhodes

Sarah Beth Sewell

Dalton Smiley


 

Haughton High Wins United Way "Day of Service" Award


Haughton High School students took advantage of a community service opportunity as part of Bossier Parish’s “Day of Service” in the fall.  HHS had several groups volunteer to work with two different non-profit organizations. 

One group donated supplies and volunteered at the “Re-Nesting” Organization located in Bossier City.  Another group spent the day planting a community garden and performing other tasks to benefit the MLK Health Center in Shreveport. 

This is the second year in a row for HHS to receive an award from the United Way for community service activities. We are proud to have students that have the desire to go above and beyond to help others!  


 

District Literary Rally


Eight of the 20 HHS participants qualified to compete in the state competition at LSU in Baton Rouge on Saturday, April 1st.

They are:

Jordan Fick (1) - Algebra 1

Stefani Wheeler (2) - Environmental Science

Robert Anweiler (2) - Physics

Kyler Burns (2) - Principles of Business

Megan Warwick (2) - Psychology

Mason Jinks (1) - Spanish I

Matthew Bailey (2) - Spanish II

Alex Tomb (2) - US History

Highsteppers Win!

The Highsteppers competed this past weekend in Kilgore TX at the Gussie Nell Davis Classic. They performed 8 dances and did amazing! 


Awards:
Officers: Sweepstakes, Gussie Nell Davis Award, Judges Award Kick, Judges award Novelty, Best Overall Gold Award for Precision/Presentation/choreography, 2nd place Small Division Officers
 

Line: Sweepstakes, Gussie Nell Davis Award, Judges Award Pom, Best Overall Gold Award for Precision/Presentation/choreography, 2nd place Small Division Team, 1st runner up Academic Champions
 

Ensembles: 1st place Medium Ensemble for Hip Hop, 1st place Large Ensemble for Contemporary

Josh Wins State in Track

Congratulations to Josh Lister who won the State Indoor Championship this past weekend in the 60 Meter dash.  He now ranks 3rd in the nation with the fastest time in that event.

Also, congratulations to the 4x200 relay team for placing 4th in the state.  The team consists of Emile Cole, Lavonta Gipson, Josh Lister, and Kynan Hayes.

 


 

Eastwood Baptist Church will be hosting a 5K at Haughton High School Saturday, February 25th.

Half mile fun run will start at 8:00 a.m. and the 5K will begin at 8:15. Registration is $20 through February 19th and $25 thereafter.

Proceeds from the race are being donated to Haughton High School Athletics.


 Click here for more info and ENTRY FORM!

 Click here to register online!

After School Tutoring

Haughton High is excited to have several opportunities for after school tutoring.  We will be opening classrooms on the top floor of the S-Building starting February 21st.  Tutoring times are Mondays through Thursday from 2:30-4:30.  The after school sessions are open to Credit Recovery and Odysseyware users; students who are wanting to do well on EOC tests and ACT tests; or even students just needing extra help in any class.  Sign up sheets are available outside the following classrooms: A. Melton in room S224, Weinreber in room S218, Pease in room S221 and McKay in room S215.  Signing up is not mandatory but appreciated!  Don't miss this opportunity for free help.

Fleece Jackets on Sale in Tardy Central


These cozy, full-zip or half-zip charcoal grey jackets cost $40.00 and are school approved for daily wear. Bring cash, check, or money order to Tardy Central to purchase yours. Make checks payable to “Haughton High School.” Size samples are available. Deadline for the first order is Friday, October 21st

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The Haughton High School Advanced Studies Program offers students the opportunity to earn college credit before they actually become full time college students.  By choosing to pursue and excel in the most academically rigorous coursework HHS has to offer, students can begin to amass college credits to help them begin their college careers and ensure they are “college ready.”  

Click HERE to learn more about this opportunity.

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HHS Behavior Expectations:

Practice safety
Respect people and property
Integrity and honor
Dedicate yourself to learning
Encourage cooperation

Awesome Anchor
Awards


February
Teacher of the Month

Michaela Meredith


February
Awesome Anchors

Jason Brotherton
Kathryn Freeman
Shelia Johnson
Matthew Koeppen
Christy McKay
Kate Pease
Rebekah Willis

Lady of the Locket

 

Courtney
 Jackson

Student of the Year

Courtney
Jackson

Teacher of the Year

JJ Stallcup

2015-2016 School Report Card

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