Friday

HERITAGE HILLS MIDDLE/SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

2-9-17        Bosco Stuffed Crust Pizza, Corn Dog or Hamburger, Baby Carrots, Fries , Fruit  Salad Bar-  Baked Potato, Fries, Fruit

First official tennis practice begins Monday, Mar. 12. Please email Mr. Kaetzel if you are trying out for the team.

Tennis Conditioning begins Tuesday, Feb. 20th in the white gym  3:15-4:15.

Seniors! Get senior pictures in before spring break or your school picture will be used!! They need to be sent to the yearbook email or Ms. Gasaway's email. 

Also, if any seniors did not sign their signature during lunches then they need to see Ms. Gasaway in room 106 to sign it. Thank you so much!!

HHDM committee members and Executive Council members, if you are wanting to purchase a tutu for our 2/22 event, please send your information (size and whether you are EC or committee member) to Mrs. Johnson IMMEDIATELY.

Today during the homecoming basketball game, there will be bucket runners between the 1st and 2nd quarters of the varsity game to raise money for Riley Children's Hospital. There will also be face painting and henna tattoos! Be sure to come to the game and help raise money FTK!

Heritage Hills Middle School Choir presents High School Musical JR this Saturday and Sunday in the HS auditorium. 

Showtimes:  
Saturday, February 10th at 6:30 PM (8th grade lead cast)
Sunday, February 11th at 2:00 PM  (7th grade lead cast
Tickets are $5.00 for adult, $3.00 for student, 5 and under are FREE.

Student Council will be selling cupcakes for $1 each during lunch.  With each cupcake bought you will have a chance to win a ticket to the dance. 

Official daily High School track practice starts on Monday Feb. 12.  Unless your winter sport is still continuing, we will meet on the track ready to practice at 3:10.  If weather is inclement we will meet outside the weight room.   

Important! Students registered to take the ACT on Saturday, Feb. 10 at Heritage Hills are reminded that the doors open at 7:15 CST and the test will start at 8:00. Students should report to the cafeteria for check-in with their admission ticket and photo ID. Students will NOT be allowed to test without these two items. Students with questions should ask Mrs. Wilmes immediately – do not wait until Saturday morning, as computers for printing admission tickets will NOT be available. Testers should also bring two SHARPENED pencils and a calculator. Students may pick up a practice booklet in Guidance. ACT without Writing ends around 12:00. ACT with Writing ends around 12:30.

Feb. 9th is the Cheer Team Spirit Night. It is held during the boys’ varsity basketball game and will begin at 7:00 PM. There is only one more spirit night left in the winter competition so come and earn some points for your class!

FOR JUNIOR AND SENIOR GIRLS: Do you hope to go to prom but are not sure you can afford a dress? “Cinderella’s Closet” in Owensboro provides young women the opportunity to obtain a dress and accessories free of charge.  A school referral and an appointment to visit “Cinderella’s Closet” at Owensboro Christian Church on Saturday, March 17  is all that is necessary.  See Mrs. Wilmes for a referral and more information. Hurry – deadline for this opportunity is February 28.

Kerragan Mulzer will sign a College Letter of Intent to play Soccer at Western Kentucky University today.  The ceremony will be held in the Heritage Hills High School Library at 12:45 pm CST.  Family and friends are invited!

Perry Central High School Formal-wear Resale Event: Are you looking to buy a prom dress?  Are you wanting to sell a prom dress? Perry Central High School is holding a Formal-wear Resale Event on February 18, 2018. Admission fee of $2.00 Stop by the HHHS Guidance Office for details on the upcoming event.

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.govAsk a counselor if questions.

Guidance

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! http://www.learnmoreindiana.org/educators/k-12-counselors-and-teachers/classroom-materials/college-application-fees-and-waivers/

Job Opportunities

  • Lincoln Trail Elementary School is looking for 2 high school students to fulfill part-time custodian positions from 3:00-6:00Monday through Friday. See Mr Wilkerson in Guidance if you are interested in this opportunity.
  • Subway in Dale is looking for part time help.  Apply in person or online at: mysubwaycareer.com
  • The YMCA is looking for summer camp counselors.  Must be at least 18 years old.  If interested stop by the guidance office for more information.
  • 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 are hiring part-time delivery and warehouse help.  Apply in person Monday through Friday 10-6.   For more information stop by the guidance office.
  • 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
  • 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.
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