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Students:

Congratulations to our new YLA officers.
President Hattie Sergent
Vice President Liam Bailey
Treasurer- Delainy Seccurro
Secretary- Katlyn Sullivan
Publicity Chair- Cameron Collins

Fun Opportunity for Service Hours: The 817 Haunted Truck Stop is looking for Volunteers. Can you be scary? Do you Enjoy Entertaining Others? Do you enjoy dressing up for Halloween? Do you like Pizza and Snacks? Volunteer Days and times are Thursdays 6-10pm (depending on line) & Fridays and Saturdays 6-12AM (depending on line). All you have to do is call or show up an hour before show time. (304) 389-0681.

Lost and Found box in the office. We currently have a lot of lunch boxes and several pair of glasses, in addition to jackets, hoodies, etc. Please check the main office if you are missing anything. We will be purging our lost and found at the end of the week/early next week.

Ski Club information is now available in the office.



COUNSELORS CORNER:

A fantastic scholarship opportunity has come our way. Mount St. Joseph University in Cincinnati, Ohio has a scholarship from the Lynette Feeney-Burn Trust for grads of only Hurricane High and George Washington. The only qualification for the scholarship is that you unconditionally meet all admission requirements. The scholarship covers full tuition and fees. An approximate cost of $28,000 a year. That’s $112,000 specifically for graduates of Hurricane High School. If you are interested please let your counselor know. An admissions officer will be here Tuesday at Lunch at HHS in the library if you would like to talk more about their programs and campus. They offer a wide variety of majors including Physical Therapy, Nursing, Sports Management, Athletic Trainig,4+1 MBA programs, and they’ll soon be starting a 
Physician Assistant Graduate Program. I strongly recommend you check out their website at www.msj.edu - Again this is a great opportunity!! Check it out!!


SPORTS: 

The girls soccer team beat Huntington 1-0 last night in the first round of sectional play-offs. The goal was scored by Braelyn Pritt on an assist by Brooke Lucas. 

The girls will play for the sectional championship at 7:00 on Wednesday against Cabell Midland. 

Boys Soccer team defeated Spring Valley 6-1 in sectional tournament play. Alik Assi had 2 goals and an assist. Ryan Fisher had a goal and 4 assists. Other goals came from Colton Jones, Anele Nnachi and Trey Wilcox. Redskins are now 15-1-4 and play Cabell Midland Wednesday 5:00 at home for Sectional Championship. 

MEETINGS:

There will be a MANDATORY parent meeting Wednesday evening at 6:00 p.m. for all students and parents planning to attend the DECA Fall Leadership Conference and the DECA Power Trip.

There will be a SADD Club meeting today during the 2nd half of lunch in room 255.

Mu Alpha Theta meeting Wednesday 1st half of lunch in Mrs Wyatt's room #216.

There will be an YLA officer's meeting in Mrs. Sergent's room on Wednesday first half of lunch.

YLA will have a regular meeting on Thursday this week, first half of lunch.
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Congratulations to the September 2017 Students of the Month!

Senior
Delainy Seccurro
Delainy Seccurro

Junior
Marissa Carter

Marissa Carter

Sophomore 
Enzo Lewis
Enzo Lewis

Freshmen
Isabella Hart
Isabella Hart


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About Us

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.