HCS Announcements :All itemsUse SHIFT+ENTER to open the menu (new window).Open MenuOpen Menu

Attachments
  
  
  
Body
  
1/29/2020 8:17 AM

Wednesday, January 29, 2020 

Welcome back to our high school students. We hope you are ready for a great second semester.  

There will be a very important 6-12 drama club meeting in the cafeteria today at 12:15 to discuss script options for the spring musical. Students interested in singing, dancing and acting should attend. This meeting is NOT for backstage crew, set design or tech crew. 

Today is chess club for those interested. This will be at the regular time in Mrs. Tomah’s office.  

The Grade 4 class will be having a Bake Sale on Thursday, January 30. All treats will be in the Common Area if you are interested in purchasing something for .50 cents.  

Middle School student council members will be meeting this morning in Mrs. Green’s classroom to plan the Feb. 7 morning meeting and bulletin board display.  

Our Let’s Take Action for Happiness challenge for today is to use one of your personal strengths in a new way. 

The senior girls basketball team picked up another league game win last night defeating John Caldwell 86-22. All players hit the score sheet but the Huskies were lead by Taylor Oakes with 19 points, Paige Brown with 12 and Laura Nancekievill with 10. The girls travel to Canterbury Thursday for their final league game of the season. Good luck girls! 

Today is the 10th annual Bell Let’s Talk Day. This year’s theme is Mental Health: Every Action Counts. Bell wants to hear your ideas and stories about how we can create positive change. Make sure to join in the discussion today so we can all make a difference. Tweet and retweet using #belllet’stalk, snap a picture using the Bell Let’s talk Snapchat filter, use the Bell Let’s Talk Facebook Frame, or send a text. Each small action can make a big difference for Mental Health. Visit “Bell Let’s Talk” on Twitter to find out more about how your actions can make a difference. 

Staff Spotlight: Today we would like to shine our staff spotlight on Mrs. Leslie Melvin. Mrs. Melvin has been teaching for 24 years, and 17 years have been spent here in Hartland. She enjoys nature and exploring environmental and world issues. Her favorite food is Italian, her favorite color is blue and her favorite sport is equestrian. 

 Thought for the day:  

Today you could be standing next to someone who is trying their best not to fall apart. So whatever you do today, do it with kindness in your heart.  ​