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STUDENTS:

Students of the month, Steven Shine, Isaac Hunter, and Amanda Bird need to see Mrs. Sergent to have their pictures made today or Friday during Grab N Go.

There will be an AP Psychology review in room 123 from 3:45-5:45 on Friday, April 20.

There will be an APUSH review from 2:00-4:00 and an AP Psychology review from 4:00-6:00 on Sunday, April 22 in the library.

The Show Choir will be having Auditions on Friday, May 4h with clinics on May 1st and 2nd. Come join one of the best Show Choirs in the Country. Please see Mr. Kincaid for more information.

2018 Yearbooks are almost SOLD OUT. Unlike previous years, we will not be ordering extra yearbooks, so be sure to order yours by April 30th. Order forms are outside Mr. Willard’s room 154 or in the main office. The cost is $70.

Reminder to senior members that money is now due for cords and ribbons. Bring to Mrs. Tolley NOT during class time please.

AP Literature review sessions have been changed to Tuesdays. Please sign up on the sheets at room 111.

HHS is taking a bus to do early voting at the Putnam County Courthouse in Winfield on May 1st. If you would like to participate, see Mrs. Pritchard to get a permission slip. The permission slips need to be turned in by April 19th.

West Teays Elementary Family Fun Night will be Friday, May 4 from 6-8 pm. Volunteers are needed to run games and serve food. Please see Mrs. Varney in room 210 to sign up. Community service hours and a certificate will be awarded.

Congratulations to the HHS Band for its performance at the WVSSAC Region 3 Band Festival. The band earned a Superior Rating from all three judges, and a received an “A” in each subcategory of their evaluation sheets. This is the band’s fifteenth consecutive WVSSAC Superior Rating. Great job Band!

The Marshall University traveling theater group will be presenting a dramatized version of 
George Orwell’s 1984 live on Friday, April 27, in our gym at 9:00 AM. Students who have studied 
the novel in their English class this year are invited to attend, and we have a limited number of tickets for other students who are interested in attending, ALL free of charge. Students who took senior English with Mrs. Weddington first semester need to see her for their ticket. If you did not study the novel but would like to attend this play, please see Mrs. Weddington in room 111 or Mrs. Moncada in the library for an application. Completed applications are due by April 23. A list of students who will be attending will be sent to teachers on April 26.

COUNSELORS CORNER:

Applications for the $500 Elaine-Howell Scholarship given by the Hurricane Women’s Club are to be turned into Mr. Merritt no later than May 15. The application must be an essay describing career plans following high school and the need for financial assistance. The scholarship may be used for attendance at a college, a junior college, a community college or technical school.

The Annual Teen Entrepreneurship Summit is being held from June 10 – June 16th in 
Parsons, WV. The camp allows students to interact with other students throughout the state while learning educational, leadership, and citizenship skills. Scholarships are available for one male and one female student from our school. If necessary we may be able to get more Scholarships if available. Signups are on a first come, first served basis. See Ms. Mayes if interested no later than Monday, April 26th.

Any 11th grade girl who is interested in attending Girls State this summer needs to see your counselor by Monday, April 23. Two girls will be selected to represent Hurricane High. You must be able to attend the session at Davis & Elkins College in Elkins, WV from June 10 - 15, 2018 and must have a GPA of 2.75 or above to be considered. 

Applications for the $500 Elaine Howell Scholarship given by the Hurricane Woman’s Club are to be turned into Mr Merritt no later than May 15. The application must be an essay describing career plans following high school and the need for financial assistance. The scholarship may be used for attendance at a college, a junior college or technical school.

SPORTS: 

Congratulations to AJ Noel and Rebecca Osborne for making all conference at the MSAC Tennis Tournament.

Congratulations to our softball team for their 8-0 win over South Charleston last night. 
Kiersten Landers pitched a 4 hit shutout with 9 strikeouts in 7 innings. Caite Mathes was incredible, hitting 3 homeruns in 1 game. 
Tori Green was also 4 for 4 hitting at the plate. 

Good luck to the softball team in Ohio this weekend at the Wendy's Classic Tournament.

MEETINGS:

Mandatory Key Club meeting today, 2nd half of lunch in the library. We will be collecting money for senior stoles, which are $18, and we will be voting for next year's officers.

There will be a brief YLA meeting first half of lunch in Mrs. Sergent's room today.

Looking to expand your horizons? Then you should travel to France with Ms. Nash in the summer of 2019! There will be a mandatory meeting April 24 at 6:00 pm in room 130. You must bring a parent/ guardian with you.

LUNCH: 

Pork BBQ on a Bun, Cole Slaw, Diced Potatoes, Green Beans, Fruit Mix


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Congratulations to the March 2018 Students of the Month!

Senior
Jaxon Miller
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Junior
Anna Collins
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Sophomore 
Mason Price
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Freshmen
Corbin Shine
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