Monday

HERITAGE HILLS MIDDLE/SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

4/23/18      Chicken Fettuccine Alfredo w/Breadstick, Fish sandwich or Corn Dog, Garden Salad, Apple   Salad Bar –   Nachos & Cheese, Fruit

Reminder that anyone wishing to try out for cheerleader must attend the mandatory meeting this evening at 6:00 in the library! See Mrs. Sermersheim for more info!

CHEER TRY OUT INFO:  Try-Out Clinics: April 30th  5-7pm  All try-out material will be taught (Red gym), May 1st 3:30-5pm   Open gym (Red gym), May 3rd  3:30-5pm Open gym (Red gym) Try-Outs:May 4th   (Friday) from 3:30-? Blue/Middle SCHOOL GYM QUESTIONS? Contact Coach Balbach abalbach@nspencer.k12.in.us

The bookstore will have 20% off all merchandise this week.  Shop now for your best selection.  The PE clothes will NOT be discounted.  

The 2018 volleyball team will have a meeting in Ms. White's room (215) Tuesday, April 24, at 7:30am. Everyone must attend.

New Beta members: please don't forget to get your membership dues to Mrs. Johnson as soon as possible. 

Stir-N-Up, a therapeutic horse riding program located on 162 north of Santa Claus, is having a volunteer training session on Tuesday, April 24 at 6:00 p.m. Paperwork will be available to fill out (parent signature required if under 18) . Training is required in order to volunteer. This is for anyone wanting to help in any way. Questions? See Mrs. Wilmes or contact Alison Treat at alisontreat@yahoo.com

Interested in WELDING? A representative from Ivy Tech in Tell City will be here Friday morning at 8:00 in the commons. Current sophomores and juniors may attend to register for the fall welding course or to ask questions about how Heritage Hills helps fund this college course. Questions? Ask a counselor or be sure to attend on Friday.

The 8th annual Danielle’s Dash 5K Run/Walk will be held on Saturday, May 12th at Yellig Park in Santa Claus.  All proceeds of this race will go to the Danielle Nicole Reinke Heritage Hills Scholarship Fund.  The race will begin promptly at 8am with registration opening at 7am.  Entry fee is $20 if you sign up by Wednesday, April 25 or $25 on the day of the race. Participants will receive a Danielle’s Dash t-shirt, post- race snack and drink. Entry forms can be found at Freedom Bank in Dale, Dale Public Library or HHHS office.  You can also sign up at www.daniellereinke.org or email daniellereinkescholarship@gmail.com.

To learn more about the United States Service Academies you are invited to attend Academy Day at Vincennes University - Gibson County Center, 8100 South US Hwy 41,Fort Branch, IN  47648. Registration is 8:30am CT Program 9:00-11:00am CT on Saturday May 12, 2018.  

STUDENTS:  Counselors have now met with ALL STUDENTS to choose classes for next year. Soon, schedules will be locked in. Any student who needs to make a change of ANY KIND needs to see a counselor within one week. There will be minimal changes made in May and NO CHANGES after we leave for summer. Ask a counselor if you need to review your course requests so that your schedule is accurate for fall.

HHHS Athletes:  Student athletes need to come to the HS Office to get the 2018/19 school year athletic physical packet. Heritage Hills Athletic Dept. will be hosting physicals Monday April 23 in the red gym from 6pm- 8pm. Cost will be $25.

Memorial Hospital/Health Care Center and Vincennes University/Jasper Campus are hosting a daytime summer camp on July 25, 26, 27 for students who will be sophomores, juniors, and seniors in the Fall of 2018.  If you have an interest in professions within the healthcare industry, this is the camp for you. Stop by the HHHS Guidance Office to pick up an application. The deadline is June 4, 2018. Cost is $30.00

Guidance

JUNIOR boys are invited to attend Boys State, to be held this summer at Trine University in Angola, Indiana from June 17-23. Boys who are in the top 1/2 of their class are eligible to apply. It is paid for by the local American Legion. Boys State is a unique summertime educational program that is designed to mirror the structure and operation of the Indiana state government, while providing training in practical citizenship, leadership and character development. Some past attendees include Mitch Daniels, Richard Lugar, Astronaut Neil Armstrong, Bill Clinton, Newscaster Tom Brokaw and Michael Jordan. Students interested in government, history, political science, law enforcement or the military may be especially interested. It is a very prestigious program. The $300 fee is paid by a local organization. Students who will make a commitment to this weeklong program are to apply online at www.hoosierboysstate.org Questions can be directed to Ron Byrly, our local liaison at rbyrley@gmail.com,  812-897-2200 or see Mrs. Wilmes.

College Applications--We encourage students to apply early! Check out this website for a list of colleges and how much their applications fees are. It also lists which applications are free and has links to admissions websites. There is also a link to a College Costs Estimator to estimate your financial aid package at Indiana Colleges! http://www.learnmoreindiana.org/educators/k-12-counselors-and-teachers/classroom-materials/college-application-fees-and-waivers/

Job Opportunities

  • Best-One Tire and Service is looking to hire 1-2 people at their Huntingburg location.  Starting pay is in the $11-$12 range.  Please see Mr. Wilkerson if you are interested.
  • Jenk's Pizza in Dale is now hiring.  Apply in person at 586 South Washington Street-Dale or send your resume to jenkorp@yahoo.com
  • Holiday World - Summer 2018 Work, Play and Get Paid!  Great Pay! Free Season Pass! Food Discounts! Life-Long Friendships! Leadership Opportunities! Fun Summer Job! Apply now, jobs are going fast, HolidayWorldJobs.com
  • Starting pay $10 per hour:  Circle S Mart #36, located at 8 West SR 162 in Santa Claus, is looking for a dependable person(s) to work evenings and weekends.  Must be at least 18 years of age.  Flexible work hours with notice.  Please apply in person.
  • Full-time Office Assistant position available at Walter Hagedorn Legal Firm in Tell City.  Someone with Excel and Word experience preferred.  Starting pay will be $10 - $15 per hour.  Hours would be 8:00 - 5:00 Monday through Friday.  If interested call Sheena at 812.547.2367 (office) or 812.719.1289 (cell)
  • Master Brand Cabinets in Ferdinand is hiring for the Summer of 2018.  Must be 18 years old and dependable.  Stop by the Guidance Office for an application.
  • Cleaning Concepts Janitorial Services - Part time employment - Call Chris @ 812-827-3145 if interested
  • Babysitter needed for a diabetic elementary child. Hours are 7:30am- 4:30pm 5 days a week and must have driver’s license.  If interested email Angela at: jawhaake@yahoo.com or stop by office for information.
  • The City of Rockport is hiring for lifeguards at the Richard Hedrick Pool in Rockport.  If you are interested, please email or call Angie Spinner for an application. arnspinner@gmail.com or 812-549-9678.  Angie Spinner offers American Red Cross Lifeguarding certification as well.
  • Saint Meinrad Archabbey is hiring summer help for the housekeeping department.  Must be 18 years old and have a valid driver’s license. Hours are typically 6am-2:30pm with some weekend work.  Applications are available in the Human Resources Department or you can apply online at https://www.saintmeinrad.org/jobs.
  • The Achabbey Library is looking for summer help.  Must be 18 years old. The position can begin as early as May 14 and run until August 30.  (about 35 hours per week)  .  Applications are available in the Human Resources Department or you can apply online at https://www.saintmeinrad.org/jobs.
  • Extra summer help is needed on the grounds crew at the Archabbey from May through October, 40 hours per week.  The individual must be 18 years old and with a valid driver’s license.  Duties include mowing, weed eating, tree trimming and brush hogging. .  Applications are available in the Human Resources Department or you can apply online at https://www.saintmeinrad.org/jobs.
  • Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial is accepting applications for their 2018 National Park Service Youth Conservation Corps Program.  All applicants must be at least 15 years of age before June 4 and must not reach 19 years of age before July 27.
  • To apply, applications must be received no later than 4:00 p.m.April 27.  Up to six applicants will be selected for employment by a random drawing that will be held on April 30 at 3:15 p.m. in the Memorial Visitor Center.  The youth leader will earn $7.80 per hour; other employees will earn $7.25 per hour.  For more information, contact Kristi Brown at 812-937-4541.  If interested stop by guidance and pick up an application.
  • Tri-County YMCA have open positions for their Courtesy Desk and Childwatch areas: Courtesy Desk Staff: We are looking for individuals who are responsible for greeting all of our members and guests that enter into the building. We expect this person to be the “face” of the Tri-County YMCA by providing high quality customer service for members and guests of the YMCA. Other duties include: answering phone calls, registering members for programs, signing up new members, and light cleaning of the facility. Childwatch Staff: We are looking for individuals who are responsible for providing young children opportunities for holistic development, social experiences, and learning through play and supervised activities. With this position you will see our kids grow, learn, and be a positive influence in their life. Job Perks: Free/reduced membership, flexible schedules, and fun work environment Please contact Lauren Hinkle for more information at 812-367-2323 or  lauren@tricountyymca.org
  • Anderson Woods 2018 Summer Camp Employment or Volunteer Opportunities: Counselors receive $2,500 for their eight weeks of service and volunteers are always needed. For more information or an application, visit the website at www.andersonwoods.org, or call Megan Gatwood at 812.639.1079. 
  • Are you mechanically inclined?  Spencer Industries in Dale has an opening for a part-time position in maintenance for someone at least 18 years old. If interested contact: Dan Hagedorn at 812-937-7218 or 812-937-4561 or Mr WIlkerson in the Guidance office.
  • Santa’s Lodge is hiring for all seasonal positions including servers/ runners.  They offer competitive pay, flexible scheduling, raises for returning employees.  Must be at least 14 years of age, and summer cooks, must be adults at least 18 years of age.
  • Spencer Industries Inc is hiring Student Summer Helpers to work the day shift (6:30-3:00). Must be at least 18 years old.  Apply in person at:  Spencer Industries, 902 Buffaloville Road, Dale or go to our Facebook page to apply.
  • The Santa Claus Park and Recreation Department is looking for part-time summer employment at Yellig Park. Must be 18 years old to work at the park. Stop by the Santa Claus Community Center or Town Hall to pick up an application and talk to the Park Director about more job details."
  • K & K Dirtworks, Inc. is looking for full time heavy equipment operator/laborer.  Must be 18 years old.  Call 812-529-8172 to make an appointment for an interview.
  • Lake Rudolph is hiring summer help for many positions.  Must be at least 16 years old.  You can call 812-937-4458 or apply online at www.LakeRudolph.com/employment.
  • Steckler Grassfed Farms, 21477 N County Road 600E Dale, has an opening for a cheese maker.  Also another opening for someone to tend livestock on a daily basis.  Contact Jerry Steckler 812-686-8496 or stop by the Guidance Office for more details.
  • Waupaca Foundry is hiring for the summer of 2018.  A new position titled "Summer
  • Student-General Production" in Tell City has been posted to the website- www.waupacafoundry.com
  • Green Industrial Services in Tell City is looking for Saturday and Sunday employees. Now hiring grinder technicians and support staff. Must be 18 years old. Opportunity to earn $13 an hour. Call 1-812-772-2025 for information or stop by the HHHS Guidance Office.
                                HERITAGE HILLS MIDDLE/SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN
1-22-17         Sloppy Beefy Scoops, Chicken Patty Sandwich or Sloppy Joe Sandwich, Garden Salad, Curly Fries, Green Beans, Apple                                               Salad Bar-  Nachos & Cheese, Fruit
Attention JUNIOR BOYS: You are invited to attend Boys State, to be held this summer at Trine University in Angola, Indiana from June 17-23. It is paid for by the local American Legion. Boys State is a unique summertime educational program that is designed to mirror the structure and operation of the Indiana state government, while providing training in practical citizenship, leadership and character development. Some past attendees include our former Governor Mitch Daniels, Senator Lugar, Astronaut Neil Armstrong, President Clinton, Newscaster Tom Brokaw and Basketball player Michael Jordan. It is an honor to attend. Go to www.hoosierboysstate.org  for more information. This FRIDAY, January 26, there will be an informational session for Junior boys about this program and for application procedures in the auditorium during resource period. See Mrs. Wilmes if questions.
Attention Girls: 
The 6th annual Young Women LEAD workshop is scheduled for Wednesday, March 7th, 2018 at Vincennes University Jasper Campus! Young Women LEAD is a conference for high school girls focusing on Leadership, Education And Development! The program lasts a full day (8:00 CST - 2:00 CST) and has featured speakers. Topics covered include health and fitness, careers, social media, managing stress, interviewing skills, money management and many others that are informative and inspiring. The event is free, and students receive a free lunch, t-shirt, goodie bag and opportunities to win prizes. Students can register beginning at 6:30 a.m. HHHS time on MONDAY January 15 at www.youngwomenlead.com Spots will fill up quickly, so students must register promptly. Students must ride the provided school bus; more information to follow for those who register. See Mrs. Wilmes if questions.
FFA Night Meeting January 26th 
The Guidance Department at HHHS will be hosting an informational session for the Class of 2019 and their parents on Monday, January 29, 2018 at 6:30 p.m CST in the auditorium.“Senior Year 101” will provide important information for the Juniors as they prepare for their senior year and for life after high school. Regardless of a student’s plans after high school, this program has something for everyone. It is imperative that each student and a parent or guardian attend. Attendance prizes will be awarded and helpful materials provided. Ask a counselor if questions.
Any boy who is interested in trying out for the golf team needs to sign up in the office.
Students who have not yet completed the form that allows you to be published in the yearbook need to do so as soon as possible.  Parents need to fill out the online paperwork on their Harmony account.   If not your picture will not be in the yearbook. 
 
SENIORS: Now is the time to file the FAFSA – “Free Application for Federal Student Aid” to get assistance to pay for college. The new deadline for state aid is April 15, 2018, however early filing allows families more time to receive and evaluate their financial aid package.  Go to www.fafsa.gov.
Ask a counselor if questions.
 
  ECA   1/23/18
 
  Book Club- Compton
 
  FCA- Auditorium
 
  BPA- Hochgesang    only those attending State Leadership Conference
 
  FFA- Ag Room
 
  Science Fair-  Peters  
 
  Chess Club- Ayer
 
  Student council basketball homecoming committee - Mauck
 
  Community service committee- Mauck
 
  Natural Helpers -  Gramelspacher
        Softball - Asbury - weight room hallway
        Physics- Miller
 
Guidance
A representative from Brescia University will be here at HHHS during 3rd period, 10:03-10:50, on Tuesday, February 6th in the Periodical room  Seniors are invited, please sign up in the Guidance Office to attend.
Seniors - Check our school's webpage for many scholarships now available for applications. All you need to do is...Go to the HHHS webpage, under Guidance you will find Scholarships. Read through the available scholarships to find the ones to fit you. If you have any questions or concerns, please stop by the Guidance office. 
College Applications--We encourage students to apply early! Check out this website for a list of colleges and how much their applications fees are. It also lists which applications are free and has links to admissions websites. There is also a link to a College Costs Estimator to estimate your financial aid package at Indiana Colleges!
Job Opportunities
Steckler Grassfed Farms, 21477 N County Road 600E Dale, has an opening for a cheese maker.  Also another opening for someone to tend livestock on a daily basis.  Contact Jerry Steckler 812-686-8496 or stop by the Guidance Office for more details.
Marvin and Toni’s Bargin Barn is hiring  part-time delivery and warehouse help.  Apply in person Monday through Friday 10-6.   For more information stop by the guidance office.
Spencer Industries is looking for an 18 year old, mechanically inclined student to fill a part-time forklift maintenance position.  Please see Mr. Wilkerson if you are interested.
 
Waupaca Foundry is hiring for the summer of 2018.  A new position titled "Summer Student-General Production" in Tell City has been posted to the website-
 
Jenk’s Pizza is hiring part time help.  Must be at least 16 years old and be able to work some holidays and weekends.  Apply in person at 586 S Washington St. or send a resume to jenkorp@yahoo.com.
 Green Industrial Services in Tell City is looking for Saturday and Sunday employees.
Now hiring grinder technicians and support staff. Must be 18 years old. Opportunity to earn $13 an hour. Call 1-812-772-2025 for information or stop by the HHHS Guidance Office.

Date           AM Café PM #1          PM #2         PM #3
                7:40 - 7:54 2:51 - 2:56 2:51 - 2:56 2:51 - 2:56
         100 hallway 200 hallway Café
        
1/22     1/26     Johnson        McCutchan    Miller       Bradley
                                HERITAGE HILLS MIDDLE/SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN
1-22-17         Sloppy Beefy Scoops, Chicken Patty Sandwich or Sloppy Joe Sandwich, Garden Salad, Curly Fries, Green Beans, Apple                                               Salad Bar-  Nachos & Cheese, Fruit
Attention JUNIOR BOYS: You are invited to attend Boys State, to be held this summer at Trine University in Angola, Indiana from June 17-23. It is paid for by the local American Legion. Boys State is a unique summertime educational program that is designed to mirror the structure and operation of the Indiana state government, while providing training in practical citizenship, leadership and character development. Some past attendees include our former Governor Mitch Daniels, Senator Lugar, Astronaut Neil Armstrong, President Clinton, Newscaster Tom Brokaw and Basketball player Michael Jordan. It is an honor to attend. Go to www.hoosierboysstate.org  for more information. This FRIDAY, January 26, there will be an informational session for Junior boys about this program and for application procedures in the auditorium during resource period. See Mrs. Wilmes if questions.
Attention Girls: 
The 6th annual Young Women LEAD workshop is scheduled for Wednesday, March 7th, 2018 at Vincennes University Jasper Campus! Young Women LEAD is a conference for high school girls focusing on Leadership, Education And Development! The program lasts a full day (8:00 CST - 2:00 CST) and has featured speakers. Topics covered include health and fitness, careers, social media, managing stress, interviewing skills, money management and many others that are informative and inspiring. The event is free, and students receive a free lunch, t-shirt, goodie bag and opportunities to win prizes. Students can register beginning at 6:30 a.m. HHHS time on MONDAY January 15 at www.youngwomenlead.com Spots will fill up quickly, so students must register promptly. Students must ride the provided school bus; more information to follow for those who register. See Mrs. Wilmes if questions.
FFA Night Meeting January 26th 
The Guidance Department at HHHS will be hosting an informational session for the Class of 2019 and their parents on Monday, January 29, 2018 at 6:30 p.m CST in the auditorium.“Senior Year 101” will provide important information for the Juniors as they prepare for their senior year and for life after high school. Regardless of a student’s plans after high school, this program has something for everyone. It is imperative that each student and a parent or guardian attend. Attendance prizes will be awarded and helpful materials provided. Ask a counselor if questions.
Any boy who is interested in trying out for the golf team needs to sign up in the office.
Students who have not yet completed the form that allows you to be published in the yearbook need to do so as soon as possible.  Parents need to fill out the online paperwork on their Harmony account.   If not your picture will not be in the yearbook. 
 
SENIORS: Now is the time to file the FAFSA – “Free Application for Federal Student Aid” to get assistance to pay for college. The new deadline for state aid is April 15, 2018, however early filing allows families more time to receive and evaluate their financial aid package.  Go to www.fafsa.gov.
Ask a counselor if questions.
 
  ECA   1/23/18
 
  Book Club- Compton
 
  FCA- Auditorium
 
  BPA- Hochgesang    only those attending State Leadership Conference
 
  FFA- Ag Room
 
  Science Fair-  Peters  
 
  Chess Club- Ayer
 
  Student council basketball homecoming committee - Mauck
 
  Community service committee- Mauck
 
  Natural Helpers -  Gramelspacher
        Softball - Asbury - weight room hallway
        Physics- Miller
 
Guidance
A representative from Brescia University will be here at HHHS during 3rd period, 10:03-10:50, on Tuesday, February 6th in the Periodical room  Seniors are invited, please sign up in the Guidance Office to attend.
Seniors - Check our school's webpage for many scholarships now available for applications. All you need to do is...Go to the HHHS webpage, under Guidance you will find Scholarships. Read through the available scholarships to find the ones to fit you. If you have any questions or concerns, please stop by the Guidance office. 
College Applications--We encourage students to apply early! Check out this website for a list of colleges and how much their applications fees are. It also lists which applications are free and has links to admissions websites. There is also a link to a College Costs Estimator to estimate your financial aid package at Indiana Colleges!
Job Opportunities
Steckler Grassfed Farms, 21477 N County Road 600E Dale, has an opening for a cheese maker.  Also another opening for someone to tend livestock on a daily basis.  Contact Jerry Steckler 812-686-8496 or stop by the Guidance Office for more details.
Marvin and Toni’s Bargin Barn is hiring  part-time delivery and warehouse help.  Apply in person Monday through Friday 10-6.   For more information stop by the guidance office.
Spencer Industries is looking for an 18 year old, mechanically inclined student to fill a part-time forklift maintenance position.  Please see Mr. Wilkerson if you are interested.
 
Waupaca Foundry is hiring for the summer of 2018.  A new position titled "Summer Student-General Production" in Tell City has been posted to the website-
 
Jenk’s Pizza is hiring part time help.  Must be at least 16 years old and be able to work some holidays and weekends.  Apply in person at 586 S Washington St. or send a resume to jenkorp@yahoo.com.
 Green Industrial Services in Tell City is looking for Saturday and Sunday employees.
Now hiring grinder technicians and support staff. Must be 18 years old. Opportunity to earn $13 an hour. Call 1-812-772-2025 for information or stop by the HHHS Guidance Office.

Date           AM Café PM #1          PM #2         PM #3
                7:40 - 7:54 2:51 - 2:56 2:51 - 2:56 2:51 - 2:56
         100 hallway 200 hallway Café
        
1/22     1/26     Johnson        McCutchan    Miller       Bradley
                                HERITAGE HILLS MIDDLE/SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN
1-22-17         Sloppy Beefy Scoops, Chicken Patty Sandwich or Sloppy Joe Sandwich, Garden Salad, Curly Fries, Green Beans, Apple                                               Salad Bar-  Nachos & Cheese, Fruit
Attention JUNIOR BOYS: You are invited to attend Boys State, to be held this summer at Trine University in Angola, Indiana from June 17-23. It is paid for by the local American Legion. Boys State is a unique summertime educational program that is designed to mirror the structure and operation of the Indiana state government, while providing training in practical citizenship, leadership and character development. Some past attendees include our former Governor Mitch Daniels, Senator Lugar, Astronaut Neil Armstrong, President Clinton, Newscaster Tom Brokaw and Basketball player Michael Jordan. It is an honor to attend. Go to www.hoosierboysstate.org  for more information. This FRIDAY, January 26, there will be an informational session for Junior boys about this program and for application procedures in the auditorium during resource period. See Mrs. Wilmes if questions.
Attention Girls: 
The 6th annual Young Women LEAD workshop is scheduled for Wednesday, March 7th, 2018 at Vincennes University Jasper Campus! Young Women LEAD is a conference for high school girls focusing on Leadership, Education And Development! The program lasts a full day (8:00 CST - 2:00 CST) and has featured speakers. Topics covered include health and fitness, careers, social media, managing stress, interviewing skills, money management and many others that are informative and inspiring. The event is free, and students receive a free lunch, t-shirt, goodie bag and opportunities to win prizes. Students can register beginning at 6:30 a.m. HHHS time on MONDAY January 15 at www.youngwomenlead.com Spots will fill up quickly, so students must register promptly. Students must ride the provided school bus; more information to follow for those who register. See Mrs. Wilmes if questions.
FFA Night Meeting January 26th 
The Guidance Department at HHHS will be hosting an informational session for the Class of 2019 and their parents on Monday, January 29, 2018 at 6:30 p.m CST in the auditorium.“Senior Year 101” will provide important information for the Juniors as they prepare for their senior year and for life after high school. Regardless of a student’s plans after high school, this program has something for everyone. It is imperative that each student and a parent or guardian attend. Attendance prizes will be awarded and helpful materials provided. Ask a counselor if questions.
Any boy who is interested in trying out for the golf team needs to sign up in the office.
Students who have not yet completed the form that allows you to be published in the yearbook need to do so as soon as possible.  Parents need to fill out the online paperwork on their Harmony account.   If not your picture will not be in the yearbook. 
 
SENIORS: Now is the time to file the FAFSA – “Free Application for Federal Student Aid” to get assistance to pay for college. The new deadline for state aid is April 15, 2018, however early filing allows families more time to receive and evaluate their financial aid package.  Go to www.fafsa.gov.
Ask a counselor if questions.
 
  ECA   1/23/18
 
  Book Club- Compton
 
  FCA- Auditorium
 
  BPA- Hochgesang    only those attending State Leadership Conference
 
  FFA- Ag Room
 
  Science Fair-  Peters  
 
  Chess Club- Ayer
 
  Student council basketball homecoming committee - Mauck
 
  Community service committee- Mauck
 
  Natural Helpers -  Gramelspacher
        Softball - Asbury - weight room hallway
        Physics- Miller
 
Guidance
A representative from Brescia University will be here at HHHS during 3rd period, 10:03-10:50, on Tuesday, February 6th in the Periodical room  Seniors are invited, please sign up in the Guidance Office to attend.
Seniors - Check our school's webpage for many scholarships now available for applications. All you need to do is...Go to the HHHS webpage, under Guidance you will find Scholarships. Read through the available scholarships to find the ones to fit you. If you have any questions or concerns, please stop by the Guidance office. 
College Applications--We encourage students to apply early! Check out this website for a list of colleges and how much their applications fees are. It also lists which applications are free and has links to admissions websites. There is also a link to a College Costs Estimator to estimate your financial aid package at Indiana Colleges!
Job Opportunities
Steckler Grassfed Farms, 21477 N County Road 600E Dale, has an opening for a cheese maker.  Also another opening for someone to tend livestock on a daily basis.  Contact Jerry Steckler 812-686-8496 or stop by the Guidance Office for more details.
Marvin and Toni’s Bargin Barn is hiring  part-time delivery and warehouse help.  Apply in person Monday through Friday 10-6.   For more information stop by the guidance office.
Spencer Industries is looking for an 18 year old, mechanically inclined student to fill a part-time forklift maintenance position.  Please see Mr. Wilkerson if you are interested.
 
Waupaca Foundry is hiring for the summer of 2018.  A new position titled "Summer Student-General Production" in Tell City has been posted to the website-
 
Jenk’s Pizza is hiring part time help.  Must be at least 16 years old and be able to work some holidays and weekends.  Apply in person at 586 S Washington St. or send a resume to jenkorp@yahoo.com.
 Green Industrial Services in Tell City is looking for Saturday and Sunday employees.
Now hiring grinder technicians and support staff. Must be 18 years old. Opportunity to earn $13 an hour. Call 1-812-772-2025 for information or stop by the HHHS Guidance Office.

Date           AM Café PM #1          PM #2         PM #3
                7:40 - 7:54 2:51 - 2:56 2:51 - 2:56 2:51 - 2:56
         100 hallway 200 hallway Café
        
1/22     1/26     Johnson        McCutchan    Miller       Bradley
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