This year, SADD Club is celebrating Red Ribbon week from Mon, November 18 to Friday, November 22, 2018. Red Ribbon Week symbolizes commitment to a healthy, drug-free and destructive-free lifestyle and also symbolizes awareness for the problems caused by tobacco, alcohol, drugs and texting while driving. The daily themes are: Monday RED Clothing and Accessory Day, Tuesday Mismatched Socks, Wednesday Pledge Day, Thursday Inspirational Quote Day, Friday Red Ribbon Day.
HES 3rd graders in Mrs. Dudar and Miss Moskin's class would like to extend their gratitude to everyone that has contributed to make this project an overwhelming success! As a community, we have collected 2,033 pairs of socks for our neighbors in need this winter- more than DOUBLE our original goal! Thank you!!!
More than 40 local business people, entrepreneurs, artists, craftspeople, and other passionate representatives of a variety of possible career choices recently shared experiences of their “life’s work” with more than 400 Highland Middle School (HMS) students in Grades 6-8.
In honor of Fire Prevention Week earlier this month, Grade 8 students from Highland Middle School (HMS) visited their local fire department to participate in a unique, hands-on approach to learning about fire safety. During their visit to the Highland Fire District Headquarters on October 24 and 25, the students were introduced to the field of fire science. Fire instructor Jeff Dimetro explained that fire science uses principles of science and engineering to study the causes, effects, and prevention of fire, and that it encompasses everything from fire management and fire behavior to fire investigation.
Matt Bahr, owner and master technician at TRC Auto in Highland, visited Highland High School on October 23 where he shared his experience and discussed various career paths in the automotive industry, along with sharing some hands-on auto care tips, with 25 students.
Students in Highland High School Spanish classes showcased their knowledge of the "Day of the Dead" with a feast, colorful posters, and a traditional offering table.
Attached is the updated HCSD District Level Safety Plan. It is available for the public to make comments and ask questions. If you would like to make any comments, please call Sarah Dudley-Lemek at 691-1014, or send an e-mail to email@example.com The plan will be presented at the Dec. 3rd Board of Education Meeting.
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