Track Results from April 17 -- Haughton Invitational
The track team and coaches thank everyone who helped make the 2014 Haughton Invitational a success. Josh Lister and Antonio Woodfork finished first and second in the 110 meter hurdles. Micah Larkins finished second in the 1... Continue
HHS Outstanding Seniors Class of 2014
Congratulations to the following seniors who have been selected as the Class of 2014's "Outstanding Seniors" -- Courtney Billberry, Brittany Brumfield, Catherine Byrd, Harli Camp, Devron Carley, Jerrod Craft, Maddie DeLeo, John Fulle... Continue
Online Voting Through Thursday for Student Council 2014-15
Buc freshmen, sophomores, and juniors, it's time to vote for Student Council for 2014-15. Check your LoopMail for the link and login details. Voting will close on April 24 @ 5 P.M. T hanks for participating in this new election met... Continue
Wanted: 2014-15 Red Jackets
Applications are now being accepted for 2014-2015. Check your LoopMail for an application or get a hard copy in the library. Essays and applications are due to Mrs. Bullock or Mrs. Weinreber no later than 2:35 on April 30. The Senior Red Jacket Ba... Continue
Buc Winners in artBreak 2014 -- Literary Arts and Visual Arts
Commendations to all the Bucs who participated in artBreak 2014, sponsored by the Shreveport Regional Arts Council. Two Bucs placed in the Literary Arts category and four in the Visual Arts categories; they will be honored at an awards ceremony on... Continue
Battle of the Schools Participants Named
The following students will represent HHS at the annual Student Council-sponsored Bossier Parish "Battle of the Schools" on May 3 at Bossier High: Le'Kayla Smith, Dashia Vance, Catherine Shaw, Brittany Brumfield,&... Continue
Mr. Debonair Pageant Set for May 2 -- Participants Wanted
Attention, all HHS guys -- it’s time to sign up for the 2014 Mr. Debonair pageant! The pageant will be held May 2 at 6 P.M. in the HHS Auditorium. Entry forms and information sheet are available from Mrs. Shaw or a cheerleader. E... Continue
HHS Newsletter April-May 2014 Attached
Get information about EOC testing, Graduation Celebration, the last days of school for seniors and non-seniors, football programs, sports schedules, upcoming events, and more in the last newsletter of this school year (attached). Thanks to M... Continue
Robotics Team Headed for Nationals
Congratulations to our Robotics team and sponsor Mr. Dean! They earned second place in the Mini Urban Challenge on April 5. This earns them a chance to compete at the national level on June 14. The team consists of Kerstyn Riley,... Continue
Yearbook Ads for Class of 2014 / Ordering a Yearbook
A few spots are still available for senior ads in the 2013-14 yearbook. Anyone interested in purchasing an ad for a Class of 2014 member should see the attachment for additional information. Deadline is April 30. Save the memories! 2013-2014... Continue
Flags for a Cure Shirts -- Senior Project
Seniors Kyle Staton and Dakota Villard are selling t-shirts ($15 -- AS - 2X). The shirts are white with pink lettering/graphics. These two seniors recently held a flag football tournament; all proceeds from it and these t-shirts are be... Continue
Bucs Win in Lockhart Jewelry Design Contest
Lockhart Jewelers in Shreveport sponsored a jewelry design contest for all Bossier and Caddo high school students. The objective for the contest was to design a three-dimensional original design of a ring or pendant that could be made into a... Continue
Lady Bucs Soccer: Tryouts for 2014-15
Lady Bucs in eighth - eleventh grades who are interested in trying out for the 2014-15 team should plan to attend an informational meeting on April 17 from 5:30 - 6:30 P.M. in the HHS Field House film room. A parent should attend, too. ... Continue
African Orphanage Benefit -- Senior Project
Emma Lewis is selling “Love Crosses Oceans” bracelets in pink, yellow, or camo. All proceeds will benefit an orphanage in Africa. Contact her between classes, in the Buc Den during first lunch, or by LoopMail. Continue
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HHS Robotics Team
(l-r) Kerstyn Riley, Robert Anweiler, Dakota Digilormo, Nathan McMillian, and competition representative; (not pictured) Dillan Johnston and Ashley Hollis
Lockhart Jewelers in Shreveport sponsored a jewelry design contest for all Bossier and Caddo high school students. The objective for the contest was to design a three-dimensional original design of a ring or pendant that could be made into an actual piece of jewelry. HHS junior Kaitlin Haley won the contest and Taylor Sabrowski was recognized as the runner up. Keith Lockhart transformed Kaitlin’s design into a beautiful sterling silver ring with an opal stone. Kaitlin’s design will be featured in SB magazine. As runner up, Taylor received a $50 gift certificate to Lockhart Jewelers. The original designs of both students were framed and presented during the presentation. The art department is extremely proud of these two talented and creative students!
(photo l-r: Mr. Couvillion, Kaitlin, Mr. Lockhart, Mrs. Lombardino, Taylor, Mr. Haynie)
HHS Behavior Expectations:
Respect people and property
Integrity and honor
Dedicate yourself to learning
Words of the Week
This week’s root is pan (all).
M school holiday
Tu panorama (n) an unobstructed and wide view in all directions of an extensive area
W panchromatic (adj) sensitive to all visible colors, as a photographic film
Th pandemic (n) a disease prevalent throughout an entire country, continent, etc.; widespread
F pantheism (n) any religious belief or philosophical doctrine that identifies God with the universe
Mrs. Michelle Darby
Congratulations to our April Teacher of the Month Mrs. Michelle Darby. Mrs. Darby is the mother of three lovely girls: Meredith 8, Makenna 5, and Meghan 1. She began at Haughton High School 7 years ago as a paraprofessional while she finished her education degree in special education. The following year she was hired as a teacher and has been teaching at Haughton High School for six years. This is not her first time to walk the halls of Haughton; she actually graduated from this great school. Find out more about Mrs. Darby below.
My advice to students is to be your true self. You will be happier in the long run and have better and more lasting friendships.
Life has taught me that the most important thing in my life is my faith in God. If my faith is solid, everything else falls into place.
The best decision I ever made was becoming a teacher. I love my job!!!
A day with plenty of “me time” would include reading on my Kindle, getting a pedicure, and shopping!
The thing I miss about being a teenager is the free time to hang out with friends.
My favorite place to hang out with my family is my parents’ house.
Growing up I got in trouble by “What trouble?” I was a pillar of responsibility and maturity. ;)
My favorite food fix is Mexican food!
My favorite quote is “But those who hope in the LORD will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint.” Isaiah 40:31
(The HHS Teacher of the Month award is part of the school's Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports [P.B.I.S.] program. Each teacher selected receives a certificate and $25 in gift cards, sponsored by the HHS Library).
Mrs. Alice Hunt, HHS Teacher of the Year 2014-15