2022 Prom Photos: Use the following link to access the photos taken at this years prom. https://sarahdunlap.passgallery.com/WIyOQWTp
HHS 2022 BACCALAUREATE SERVICE MONDAY, MAY 23RD, 2022 at 7PM FORREST BURDETTE MEMORIAL UMC 2848 PUTNAM AVE. | HURRICANE, WV 25526
HHS : The following busses will not be running this evening. Bus 1106 (Peach Ridge), Bus 201 (Turkey Creek), 1106 (Tackett's Branch) will not deliver this evening. Bus 1504 will drop kids off at the end of Buff Creek at 60 and 34. It will also drop off at the end of Clymer's Creek. No bus will be running out Hurricane Creek past Walker Chevrolet this evening. Students riding bus 2603 will be riding on a different bus but may be a little later getting home today. School staff will remain here with any student who's bus isn't running until they are picked up here at school.
HHS Boys and Girls MSAC Champions -#1 Seed Lexi Smolder- Runner-Up -#2 Seed Katy Limanen- Champion -#4 Seed Ella Peterson- Champion -#3 Seed Curry Taylor- Champion -#4 Seed Domenick Hoh- Champion -#3 Seed Doubles Elias Kave & Kellen Pauley- Champions
Seniors: Information for Senior Slide Show. Last day for physical pictures to be submitted and scanned will be Friday, May 13th. The last day for digital pictures to be emailed to email@example.com will be Sunday, May 15th.
The date of Baccalaureate is now May 23rd at 7:00 Pm. After initially scheduling the ceremony on April 19th, we found out that the PCTC graduation is on that day.
The Most Valuable Redskin ceremony is tomorrow at 10 A.M. The media class will live stream the event for anyone wanting to watch from the HHS YouTube Site. https://youtu.be/BMEL5EfpRWM
HHS will be having parent teacher conferences on April 7th from 5-7. Call the main office if you would like to set up an appointment. 304-562-9851
This year will be the 100th graduating class of Hurricane High School! Our yearbook and media class are both looking for photographs from the past 100 years. These photographs can be of graduating classes, sports, clubs, or any other activity. We would love to have pictures of the first year any team or club started at HHS. If you send any photograph please include the year, name of the club or team, and names of individuals (if known). Photographs can be from any decade, but we are especially looking for the earliest of years. If possible, please send high resolution photographs. You can email them to firstname.lastname@example.org You can direct message the yearbook's Instagram or Facebook page. Yearbook Instagram Page: https://www.instagram.com/hhsyearbook_22/ Yearbook Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/699825684526699/ Or you can submit through the Yearbook Snap website. The code to submit via Yearbook Snap is hhs. The Yearbook Snap app can also be downloaded as a smartphone app. Yearbook Snap Website: https://snap.yearbookforever.com/snap/index.html#/upload/1-23J-37413 Thanks for your support in this project!
Cut off date for Senior photo submissions will be May 15th.
Seniors, Mr. Perry is collecting pictures for the senior slide shows for graduation. You can submit 1 Baby, 1 Graduate photo and 2 candid/friend photos. Digital or scanned photos are easier and can be sent to email@example.com. If you want to bring physical photos, Mr. Perry can scan them and return them to you in room 221 during Tribe Time B.
Congrats to the following who are our finalists for Most Valuable Redskin! Melia Beckford, Peyton Bielinski, Asha Bora, Brogan Brown, and Maliah McCann-Coles.
Congratulations to the students of the month: Freshman - Kennedy Kirk Sophomore - Christian Dacres Junior - Branden Redden Senior - Kristen Shaffer
We are pleased to inform you that students who took the West Virginia General Summative Assessment or SAT School Day in spring 2021 will receive an email at their K12 student email account on December 10, 2021, containing a link to an individual student video score report. Parents with emails on file with the school will also receive the link to the video score report. Although students received their printed score reports earlier this school year, the West Virginia Department of Education is piloting exciting new video score reports designed to be more engaging for students and their parents or guardians. Please have your student check his or her email account for the link, and parents and guardians should also check to see if it has been received. Simply copy and paste the link into your web browser and enter the student's date of birth to access the video score report customized specifically for the student. Also, be sure to check out the links to resources in the video report. If you have any difficulty accessing the report, please contact the school for assistance.
Updated tutoring policy/procedures Students should be in tutoring by 3:45. Students should turn their phones into teacher while in tutoring Student who are in your tutoring class must be working on something. If a student says he is finished and needs to go to another tutor, please give the student a note asking the teacher if they can come to their class. The Bus arrives at HHS approximately around 5:35. Student should not be dismissed from tutoring until 5:30. Tutoring is an extension of the school day, if a student is being picked up by a parent, the student should instruct the parent to come to the main doors to check him or her out. You should not let the student leave your class until he is called out over the intercom.
If you haven't completed the FAFSA we will be happy to help during our FAFSA workshop on Monday, December 13th from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at HHS. This additional help makes it quick and easy. Many families complete it in less that 30 minutes. We look forward to seeing you there. Feel free to message your school counselor if you have any questions.
West Virginia Department of Arts, Culture and History to Begin Accepting 2022 Youth Congressional Art Competition Submissions CHARLESTON, W.Va. – The West Virginia Department of Arts, Culture and History (WVDACH) will begin accepting submissions for the 2022 Youth Congressional Art competition on Monday, Dec. 6, 2021, through Friday, Feb. 4, 2022. The competition is open to high school students only. Exceptions will be made for schools that have 7th through 12th grades on one campus. Artwork submissions can be mailed or hand delivered to the Culture Center, State Capitol Complex, in Charleston. The exhibit is scheduled to open at the Culture Center on Friday, March 4, 2022. The WVDACH will host an arts workshop and awards ceremony, which will include light refreshments. Submitted artwork can be in any one of the following categories: paintings, drawings, collages, prints, mixed media, computer generated and photography. Each entry must be original in concept, design and execution and may not violate U.S. copyright laws. Each student can submit up to two entries. Artwork must be two-dimensional. Each piece of artwork can be no larger than 26 inches high, 26 inches wide and 4 inches deep. Even when framed, it must still measure no larger than the above maximum dimensions. No framed piece should weigh more than 15 pounds. The winner from each congressional district will have their artwork displayed at the United States Capitol for an entire year in the Congressional Art Competition, as well as receive a $100 Blick Art Materials gift card. The three first place winners will have their artwork framed by the WVDACH. A $50 Blick Art Materials gift card is also awarded to five second place winners. Each entrant must submit a student information and release form with a teacher’s signature. Students can get entry forms with a complete list of rules and guidelines from their school’s art teacher(s), or by contacting Charles Morris, WVDACH director of museums, at (304) 558-0220 or Charles.W.Morris@wv.gov.
Proof of Enrollments for Winter Break Please apply for your Proof of Enrollments now if you need one during winter break, the Board Office will not be making them available over the break, and they are good for 90 days. (It does take 2 weeks to obtain them, please remember that.) Remember, you apply for them on the student Schoology under Resources, Groups, HHS. Thank you!
Students and Parents, Just a reminder that we have multiple, free tutoring opportunities available every day after school. Math- Room 255- Every day 3:30-5:30 Language Arts- Room 160 - Monday-Thursday 3:30-5:30 Science- Room 214- Every day 3:30-5:30 Math/General Homework Help- Room 261- Every day 3:30-5:30 Social Studies Tutoring-Coming Soon! If you need help on an assignment, assistance in studying for a test or any other help in your classes these are great opportunities to improve your grades!
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