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Use this site daily to practice test questions from previous ACT tests.  This is a great tool to prepare for the ASPIRE and ACT tests.

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    It's time for you to take the challenge!

         U.S. National Teen Driver Safety Week is October 15-24, 2014.  


Go to www.celebratemydrive.com each day and vote for Haughton High School!  Anyone over the age of 14 can vote so get your family and friends on board to help support safe driving and Haughton High!


Senior Cap and Gown Pictures
Cowen Studios was here on Tuesday, October 21st to photograph ALL seniors.  This photo shoot was part of a proof program.  About two weeks after the photo shoot, your senior will have a proof sheet to bring home for your review.&nbs... Continue
Posted by: Holly George
Published: 10/23/14

Student ID's are now issued!
Students have now received their 2014-2015 student ID.  Starting Monday, October 20, 2014, ALL students must wear their ID while on campus at all times.  If the student does not have an ID, a temporary ID must be purchased at Tardy Centr... Continue
Posted by: Holly George
Published: 10/19/14

Our marching band participated in the annual Parkway Marching Band Contest this weekend.  The HHS band received all 1's, and was recognized for Outstanding Percussion section and Outstanding Marching Band in Large Class.  The band co... Continue
Posted by: Holly George
Published: 10/19/14


   Blanket Drive- Bring gently used or new blankets to benefit Shreveport/Bossier Rescue Mission Shelter.  Blankets can be dropped off in the library.  See Lindsey Boyett with questions.
   Pacing for Preemies- 5K run/walk Saturday,... Continue
Posted by: Barbara Cox
Published: 9/26/14

Congratulations to our 2014 Homecoming Court elected by the HHS student body.

2014 Senior Maids: Taylor Breed, Bethanie Couch, Madison Farquhar,  Taylor Frazier, Kaitlin Haley, Jamie Phillips, Natalie Smith,&n... Continue
Posted by: Barbara Cox
Published: 9/26/14

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As pictured above from left to right:


Jamie Phillips, Natalie Smith, Madison Farquhar, Alley Boyce, ROTC Sweetheart; Caroline Francis, Band Sweetheart; Hannah Logan, Homecoming Queen; Sydney Hayes, Football Sweetheart; Hollie Southern, Taylor Breed, Taylor Frazier, Bethanie Couch, and Kaitlin Haley

Vote for Dak!


Vote for our very own Dak Prescott to receive the Heisman Trophy! The winner of this contest will get Nissan's Heisman vote.  Go to http://promo.espn.go.com/espn/contests/nissan/heisman/2014/#!/  and vote each day!  Show Dak how much we love him and vote! 

College night.jpgCollege Night for Juniors and Seniors will be October 28, at the Bossier Civic Center.  Various college representatives, agencies, and service groups will be there from 6:00 to 8:00 to help you with any questions you may have.

Can't find news that was on the homepage?  Click on the "View All News" option above and then "News Archive" to see all previously published articles. 

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Buc P.R.I.D.E.

HHS Behavior Expectations:

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

Words of the Week

This week’s root is Pro--for, before, forward, in place

M  professional (n) occupation one is skilled in

Tu problem (n) a difficult question proposed for solution

W  prologue (n) a speech beforehand

Th proclaim (v) to cry or call out

 F  pronoun (n) part of speech used in place of a noun

Haughton teachers are super heroes!


Lainey Hodge, October Teacher of the Month



Congratulations to our October Teacher of the Month, Mrs. Lainey Hodge.  This is Mrs. Hodge's second year at Haughton.  She came to us from Minden High School where she taught math, and is certified in high school math and biology.  Some little known facts about Mrs. Hodge are:

  • She is a certified SCUBA diver.
  • The thing she misses most about being a teenager is playing soccer and softball.
  • When she has free time she enjoys taking her German Shepherd Maverick for walks.  (Although he weighs 100 lbs. so she is not sure who is really being walked.)
  • What she likes most about teaching at Haughton is the school spirit.
  • The best teaching advice she ever received is to remember that every child comes from a different home.
  • Her favorite food fix is SUSHI!
  • Her favorite quote is, "Perhaps the most valuable result of all education is the ability to make yourself do the thing you have to do, when it ought to be done whether you like it or not."  - Thomas Henry Huxley

Mrs. Miki Wallingsford, HHS Teacher of the Year 2014-15

Mrs. Alice Hunt, HHS Teacher of the Year 2014-15