HCHS Today November 2019
Hononegah HOPE Foundation continued
For ticket information, please contact Kelly Rosik 815/624-5005 or Diane Eymann 815/624-5069.
2019-2020 HOPE Foundation Grant Applications are now available Calling all teachers and administrators! The end of the year is near and the applications for HOPE Foundation grants are due on Friday, January 24. The application is easy to complete and eligibility is based on:
You must be a HCHS faculty member to apply Grants must involve the students at HCHS All grant monies must be used within the confines of the school curriculum No professional training will be accepted
Are you missing something from your classroom? Let the HOPE Foundation help! Individual grants range from $100-$2,500 each school year.
The HOPE Foundation is a non-profit organization, founded in 1997, that has established an endowment for student scholarships, school projects and teacher grants. It is the foundation’s mission is to provide means to enhance educational opportunities for the Hononegah district. Along with the annual fundraiser dinner/dance, the HOPE Foundation relies on community and business support to fund this endowment.
HOPE Foundation Officers: Bob Anderson—President, firstname.lastname@example.org
Tom Polaski—Vice President, email@example.com
Nikki Weldon—Secretary, firstname.lastname@example.org
Brian Barnhardt—Treasurer, email@example.com
“Mark” Your Calendars
Hononegah's environmental science club, Gaia, is hosting a Marker Drive again this year. We are joining schools across America by collecting markers to be recycled through the Crayola Colorcycle program. Clean out your drawers and help save the planet! Please consider donating old markers (any brand, dry erase or regular). Boxes can be dropped off at the visitor's desk or in room 2006 anytime throughout the school year.
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