This year the HEF will raise money to sponsor an 8th-grade student for the Ulster Community College Foundation's SUNY Ulster President's Challenge Scholarship (full tuition and expenses for UCCC degree) and celebrate the Inductees to the HEF Inaugural Hall of Fame!
Community members can support HES PBIS by donating their returnable (deposit) bottles and return them to the new “CLYNK” building in the Highland Hannaford parking lot. Until March 22, for every $1 of bottle refunds earned, Hannafords will add an additional $.50.
Eligible participants of the Enhanced STAR program must enroll in the Income Verification Program (IVP) when renewing their exemption for 2019. The enrollment deadline for the 2019-2020 school year is March 1, 2019.
With hopes to properly prepare students for life after graduation, Highland High School gathered Economics and Financial Math classes to learn the importance of credit from local author, John Panzella.
The Middle School working with the Ulster County YMCA & Highland Rotary Club, reconditions bikes and makes them available for students to use within their Physical Education class. For our students, the PE classes uses donated bikes to provide safety education and community exploration in conjunction with interdisciplinary education. Read for more information on how to donate.
Is your emergency contact information up-to-date? If your child became seriously ill at school, could we reach you? If there were an emergency school closing, how would we let you know? Whether for a snow day, emergency or progress updates school officials occasionally need to contact parents/guardians with important information. We rely on the emergency contact information that you
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