HHS Bulletin - Hanford High School

February 23, 2015
Richland School District schools will recognize National School Breakfast Week March 2-6, 2015.
Please join us in this weeklong celebration aimed at increasing awareness of the School Breakfast
Program among students and parents. There will be no charge during this week for breakfast.
Make sure your student starts the day right, with a nutritious breakfast.
This week we're celebrating Scholastic Journalism Week. Check out the mini-posters in the journalism
hallway. Join us for an open house in Room 1103 on Thursday at 7 - 8 a.m. for treats and a sneak peak
at this year's yearbook.
Redefining Beauty is starting up again!
The Redefining Beauty project is to recognize that beauty comes from within.
It’s all about being comfortable in your own skin and showing your natural beauty. T- Shirts are being sold from
February 23rd through March 6th for $11.25 each. Larger size shirts will cost more as listed below. Shirts should be
paid to book keeping. See posters around the school or grab an information sheet from Jenna Fry or the book
keeping office to get all information including a picture of what the shirts will look like.
2XL=$2.00
3XL=$3.00
4XL=$4.00
Running Start information night for students & parents is February 24, 2015 at 6 pm in the HHS
auditorium
TUTORING/HOMEWORK HELP
Tuesday and Thursday from
2:30—3:30 p.m. in Room 1537
Friday from 1:30—2:30 p.m. in Room 1406 (Library)
PE Makeups in the Fitness Lab
If you need help with your academic subjects or need a place to do homework, please use this
free service courtesy of the HHS Key club members. This program will continue throughout the
school year.
SPORTS
ATTENTION WRESTLERS
We will have a short meeting after school on Monday the 23rd in room 1534 to talk about off
season options.
ALL GEAR needs to be turned into Coach Duncan by Tuesday February 24th!! If you do not
have it turned in by then you will be fined.
Warm up Top
Warm up Bottom
Headgear
Bag
Laundry Clip
Anyone interested in turning out for spring football this year or football next year there will be a meeting
with the new head football coach in the Large Eryie Gym on Monday, February 23rd at 2:35 pm. The
meeting will last no longer than 30 minutes. Please plan on attending!
All Girls interested in play GOLF, there will be an informational meeting in Mr. Neumayer's room 2604
after school on Wed Feb 25th.
IF you are NOT able to attend, see Mr. Neumayer before school any day this week. Practice starts March 2nd.
GOLFERS Remember, you must have all forms turned in before you will be allowed to practice.
All track and field athletes
The orange and grapefruit fundraising forms are in the office. Grab one and start selling! If you have any
questions, please contact coach Crow or coach Bosted
FALCON FRIDAYS!!!
Every Friday is Falcon Friday!!! Purple and Gold is the color to wear. Deck yourself out in all the Purple
and Gold you can find.
CLUB INFORMATION
The Gamers Club will be held on Friday’s in Mrs. T. Smith’s Room 2205 from 1:30-3:00 PM
Gaming systems will be available for use.
Joining requires students to have an ASB membership and a turned in parental consent form.
Students looking to join can get consent forms from Mrs. Tara Smith.
The Gamer Club meeting on Friday, February 27th has been cancelled in place of a Soul Calibur
5/Pokémon tournament at Round Table Pizza on George Washington Way at 1:30PM. Be sure to come if
you're competing or want to spectate! Note that, since this tournament is off-campus, it is not sanctioned
by the school or school district.
Knitting Club will be moving from Mrs. Swanson's room to Mrs. Bell's room on Wednesdays after school.
NEW TIME: 2:30-3:30pm. No fee to participate so please join us.
Ping pong club will be meeting on Tuesday's after school at 2:30 in the falcon gym (behind the
bleachers). We will be meet for 30 minutes.
DECA club meetings are held every Wednesday in Mrs. Shively's room 1202.
Mandatory DECA Meeting Thursday, February 26th at 11am for all students attending The State
Conference. Mrs Shively's Room 1202.
Also, the Wednesday, February 25th meeting will cover roll plays and preparation for state competition.
Please plan on attending.
RECYCLE CLUB
Recycle Club meets on Fridays directly after school. It only takes half an hour of your time, and it's really
beneficial to our school. If you are interested, we meet in Mrs. Stordeur's room at 1:30PM
Parents can also help HHS Recycle Club by purchasing supplies or recycling ink cartridges at Staples.
Just give the cashier the school’s telephone number, 509-967-6500, and Recycle Club will receive credit.
So far with our credit, we have been able to purchase blue recycle containers.
Last year we recycled over 125,000 lbs of material!!
Engineering Club is for all students interested in Robotics, programming, circuitry, business, and
whatever other engineering activities you want to do. Students are free to come even if they have
absolutely no engineering knowledge or experience!
Engineering Club meets on Thursday nights @ 6:30 in Mrs. Stordeur’s room #2610. We learn about
robotics, programming and other cool electronics.
Key Club is an international student-led organization which provides its members with opportunities to
provide service, build character and develop leadership.
Key Club meets every Monday night @ 7:00 in the HHS Commons. Membership fee is $15.00
Knowledge Bowl meets on Wednesdays at 2:30 PM in Mr. Wilsons Room (2013). Come test your wits
and learn new information in a friendly yet competitive setting. This is a great opportunity to get hands-on
experience.
ECOLOGY CLUB
Ecology Club meets every Wednesday at 2:30 PM in Mr. Johns' classroom #2613.
It's a lot of fun if you're not afraid to get down and dirty!
It's never too late to join, so come hang out at Ecology Club
JSA stands for Junior State of America and is a nationwide organization that provides an avenue for
teens to debate and discuss government and politics. It's a great way to learn more about our government
and become a better public speaker. Come check it out!
JSA meets every other Monday in Ms. McKee’s Room #2007 @ 2:30 PM
International Club meets every Tuesday after school in Mrs. McKee's room 2007. All students welcome to
attend! Come meet the foreign exchange students and learn about different cultures!
French Club meets the first Wednesday of every month during both lunches in Madame Sant's room
We meet every Monday from 2:35 to 3:30 PM, at Mrs. Moursund's room, 1537.
SCIENCE BOWL
Science Bowl meets in Mr. Palmer's room #1610 on Tuesday’s @ 2:30
BUDDY CLUB
Buddy Club is a fun club that unites students with and without disabilities. Come to learn more of what it is
all about. There is no fee to join the club. Buddy Club held is every Friday during both lunches in Mr.
Manka's room, room 1532.
Buddy Club is a fun inclusive club for students that has different events throughout the year including:
going to the movies, having a Monster Mash, going bowling, and having a huge prom for Buddy Clubs
from high schools all over the Tri-Cities.
Students interested in summer internships at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory must submit
applications by February 26th. Stop by the Career Center for more information or check the Career
Center website: https://careercenter.hanfordfalcons.org/
SENIOR NEWS
You've only given a little spark of madness. You mustn't lose it
Career Center: This is a great resource for you. Watch for announcements of college representatives
who come there at lunches to talk with you. Mrs. Richardson, Career Center Director, has lists of job
opportunities and can assist with various applications you make. Additionally, if you need instructions
or help with your High School and Beyond Plan, Mrs. Richardson is your “go-to” faculty member.
Scholarships: there will be a new influx of scholarship postings this month. We also put this
information on the white boards in the counseling office. A few were added today and we will keep
adding this information as it comes in. Additionally, you can register at www.fastweb.com to learn
about possible scholarships.
College Admissions: Most of you have applied for college by now, but there is still time to meet the
deadline at EWU and CWU, two very good universities in our state.
FAFSA: If you haven’t applied for FAFSA yet, please do so immediately. You will need your taxes from
2013 if 2014 are not available. You and your parents must seek a PIN at the same site: www.fafsa.gov.
This is not optional if you intend to attend college next year. All schools base their financial aid,
scholarships, grants, etc. on the FAFSA, so it must be on file.
Make sure you order your Cap & Gown
Order forms in the office
www.jostens.com
1-877-475-7027
February 23- HHS Blood Drive
February 23- Math Club; Mrs. Moursund’s Room; 2:30 PM
February 23- Key Club; HHS Commons; 7:00 PM
February 24- Ping Pong Club; Falcon Gym; 2:30 PM
February 24- Science Bowl; Mr. Palmer’s Room; 2:30 PM
February 24- Running Start Parent/Student Meeting; HHS Auditorium; 6:00 PM
February 24- College In HS Meeting; HHS Auditorium; 7:00 PM
February 25- Knitting Club; Ms. Swanson’s Room; 2:30 PM
February 25- Knowledge Bowl; Mr. Wilson’s Room; 2: 30 PM
February 25- Ecology Club; Mr. Johns’ Room; 2:30 PM
February 25- DECA Club; Mrs. Shively’s Room; 2:30 PM
February 26- Engineering Club; Mrs. Stordeur’s Room; 6:30 PM
February 26- Foreign Languages Broom Ball; Large Eyrie Gym; 6:00 PM
February 26- Middle School Parent Teacher Conferences; EARLY DISMISSAL @ 11:00 AM
February 27- High School Parent Teacher Conferences; EARLY DISMISSAL @ 11:00 AM
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