HCHS Today May 2018

HCHS Today

Hononegah Community High School, 307 Salem Street, Rockton, Illinois 61072

Volume 18 Issue 10 May 2018


Inside This Issue 2 Message from the School Board President Page

May 7-18

AP Testing

SUMMER BUILDING HOURS: Monday - Thursday 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. June 4th - August 3rd

May 17

Scholarship Night

May 18

Seniors Last Day

May 21

Honors Night

Page 3 Graduation Information

May 23, 24, 25

Final Exams

May 26

Graduation-BMO Bank Center @ 2:00 p.m.

Page 4 Student Support Services

May 28

No School-Memorial Day

June 11-14

Senior Pictures in North AP Room

Page 6 Important Information

July 9-12

Senior Pictures in North AP Room

Page 7 National Honor Society Inductees

Page 8 Class & Club News 10 Semester Test Schedule Page

Page 11 Hononegah Pride & Phone Numbers

Page FOOD SERVICE NEWS Parents/Guardians: Any balance on your student’s meal account over $5.00 will be refunded at the end of the school year. Senior account balances can be transferred to a sibling’s account who is attending HCHS. All negative balances on your student’s meal account should be paid no later than May 18, 2018. If you have any questions, please email or call Maria Small, Director of Food Services at msmsall@hononegah.org or call 815-624-5024. SUMMER SCHOOL HCHS offers high school summer classes for credit to incoming freshmen as well as current school students. Summer school is tuition free with the exception of Driver’s Education, and transportation is provided. Courses offered during summer school fulfill HCHS graduation requirements, and credits may be transferable to other high schools. A summer school handbook (which includes all necessary registration forms) can be downloaded from Hononegah’s Student Support Services homepage. The first day of summer school is June 4, 2018 . For complete information, visit www.hononegah.org and click on the Student Support Services tab and then the Summer School Handbook link. 12 H.O.P.E. Foundation Page 14 Visual Image Photography Page 15 Fieldhouse Update Foundation

Mission Statement Hononegah strives to create a safe and inspiring atmosphere where students become thoughtful scholars, responsible citizens, and effective leaders through quality educational experiences that promote reflective critical thinking, civic engagement, and personal development.

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