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STUDENTS:
Members of FSEA need to come and vote for officers today in Room 211. Please bring your phone and be sure you know your office 365 login as we will be using a QR code to vote. Please note: All voting will be done inside the parameters of lunch today. No early voting, no late voting.

Congratulations to the officers of ChemClub for 2017-2018!

President: Aria Searls
Vice President: Jade Daniels
Secretary: Emmy Braun
Treasurer: Kyle Casto
Communication Chair: Tylee Oldham
Sergent @Arms: Jack Buchanon
Historian: Maria Plaza

Congratulations to the Environmental Club officers for 2017-2018!

President: Jack Buchanan
Vice President: Brooke Welch
Secretary: Sara Slack
Treasurer: Jade Daniels
Communications Chair: Tylee Oldham
Sergent @ Arms: Meg Sorrells
Historian: Lexie Salmons

The following students have been selected as officers for next school year for Mu Alpha Theta. These students need to meet with Mrs. Wyatt the first half of lunch in the upstairs computer lab, today.

President - Kyle Casto
Vice President - Rebecca Osborn
Secretary - Jessica Ray
Treasurer - Chase Basham
Bulletin Board Chair - Carissa Lawhan

Publicity Chair - Maria Plaza
Any student taking AP US History needs to stop by room 123 during lunch on Friday, May 26 or Tuesday, May 30 to pick up summer assignments. Both Ms. Minshall and Mr. Sowards students should pick up assignments in room 123 on Friday or by the last day of school.

All AP Hug Books are due to Mrs. Dolin's room ASAP

Anyone scheduled for AP Human Geography for next school year needs to stop by room 152 and pick up their summer assignment...

All students who will be taking AP Literature next year for their senior English class must see Mrs. Weddington (room 111) if they did not attend the meeting. on Tuesday.

Current sophomores who plan on taking AP Language and Composition next year need to come by Room 122 during lunch to pick up the summer assignment from Mr. Addis.

Coach McKinney’s AP US fall class needs to return books ASAP.

Anyone taking AP Psychology next year needs to attend a brief meeting in Room 123 during the first half of lunch on Thursday to discuss and pick up summer assignments. This meeting will take about 10 minutes, so please plan to attend.

Students planning to take English 11 Honors next year need to stop by Room 110 during the second half of lunch to pick up their summer reading assignments.

SEA, ChemClub or Environmental Club please submit a brief essay (a paragraph or so) about why you are interested and how much time you have to spend on the office/club to Mrs. Tolley (room 211) by Wednesday at 3:00 pm. Students who are presidents in other clubs may not be president of any of these groups but may run for other offices.

The Grand Opening and Community Health Fair at Marshall Health – Teays Valley will be held on Saturday, June 10th from 10:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Free health screenings as well as food, face painting, balloon animals, and more will be offered. 

This summer Marshall University is holding a computer science one-day camp. If you are interested, see Ms. Grim. Deadlines are soon!

There will be a summer Community Education evening Drivers Education class offered at Poca High Driving Range, the cost is $450.00. Information and applications are in the office.

Current juniors that have had their senior immunizations need to bring them to the nurse ASAP. Proof of Tdap and meningitis (1st and 2nd) vaccines must be turned in by the first day of school in August. Meningitis B vaccines not required vaccines at this time

2017 Yearbook is on sale now! Yearbooks can be ordered online at www.yearbookforever.com or through Mrs. Dolin in room 152. $65 make checks payable to HHS Yearbook. Recognition ads can be purchased this year:
Full page 9x12 color $140 black & white $130
Half page 9x6 color $80 black & white $70
Quarter page 4 ½ x 6 color $50 black & white $40
Eighth page 4 ½ x 3 color $40 black & white $30

SENIORS: 
Seniors please be aware that the awards assembly, picnic and graduation practice has been moved to May 26 – the times are the same.

5/26 Senior Awards Assembly 8:30PM – students 
Arrive 8:15AM meet in the library 
Senior Picnic 11:30AM
Graduation practice 12:30PM – MANDATORY
6/02 Graduation 7PM Charleston Civic Center –
Students arrive at 5:45PM

COUNSELORS CORNER:
Any student who signed up for a Marshall class please turn in your purple application ASAP. This includes online classes as well as dual credit and college courses taught here. If you did not get a purple application please see your counselor. You cannot be enrolled in the class without this form.

SPORTS:
5/25 Baseball @ Ripley 6:30PM

Free sports physicals clinic at CAMC Teays Valley Hospital Physical Therapy, Saturday, June 10th from 8AM – 12PM.



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Congratulations to the April 2017 Students of the Month!

Senior
Robert Webster
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Junior
Aria Searls

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Sophomore (Tie)
Loren Canterbury 


Freshmen
Maria Folio
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Our Community:    
Hurricane lies halfway between the cities of Huntington and Charleston.  Families and businesses locate here because of the metropolitan proximity and clean suburban living.  Our area has seen a 23% population growth since the year 2000.  
  
Our School:  
As the largest of four high schools in Putnam County, Hurricane High School is a public institution for grades 9 through 12 with 1,270 students and 75 classroom teachers.  There are four administrators and four guidance counselors. 
Our Graduates:  
38% of students participate in the free or reduced lunch program.
78% of those graduating (260 students) intend to pursue a four-year degree program.  12% intend to pursue a two-year program at a community or technical college.