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Use this site daily to practice test questions from previous ACT tests.  This is a great tool to prepare for the ASPIRE and ACT tests.

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News

SENIOR FEE DUE NOW!
Senior graduation fee is due to Mrs. Allison no later than December 9, 2014.  The graduation fee is $60.00 and must be in the form of a money order or cash.  Seniors, go by and pay Mrs. Allison during third block, lunch, or before school... Continue
Posted by: Holly George
Published: 11/21/14

Seniors Ordering Cap and Gown Pictures
Seniors who are ordering cap and gown pictures need to turn their order to Mrs. St. Andre in Lab 3 during non-class time.  Students should NOT give this order to their first period teachers!  See Mrs. St. Andre if you have any questions.... Continue
Posted by: Holly George
Published: 11/21/14

Thanksgiving Break
All schools will be closed for Thanksgiving Break November 24-28, 2014.  Students will return Monday, December 1, 2014.  The Haughton administration, faculty, and staff would like to wish you a blessed week and remind you to look around&... Continue
Posted by: Holly George
Published: 11/16/14

HHS production of Peter Pan was a HUGE success!

HAUGHTON STUDENTS ARE THANKFUL FOR. . .

PBIS "My Louisiana" Contest

Library.jpgOn December 20th, Louisiana celebrates its 211th birthday.  In order to mark the occasion, Haughton PBIS is sponsoring the My Louisiana contest,  Submit any type of artwork with a Louisiana theme to win BUC Stamps.  You may also submit written work, fine arts, and crafts.  Submission dates are through December 8, 2014.  Students will be able to vote for their favor submission Dec. 9 - Dec. 11.   
 

 

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Mrs. Lainey Hodge Wins 2014 LACUE Award

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   Mrs. Hodge is one of four Bossier Parish teachers awarded by the Louisiana Association of Computer Using Educators for being tops in their field. This annual recognition is awarded to an educator who is outstanding is his/her field and utilizes technology to enhance his/her students' learning. We are very proud of Mrs. Hodge for receiving this much deserved recognition.

 

 She will be recognized at the 2014 LACUE Conference being held December 2-4 in New Orleans, where over 2,000 participants from throughout Louisiana are expected to attend.

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2014-2015 School Report Card

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HHS Behavior Expectations:

Practice safety
Respect people and property
Integrity and honor
Dedicate yourself to learning
Encourage cooperation

Words of the Week

This week’s root is pono/posit--lay, put, place

M  postage (n) the cost of sending something by mail

Tu position (v) to put in a particular arrangement

W  deposit (v) to lay aside; put down

Th depose (v) to put or place down as a ruler

 F  component (n) a part, element or ingredient

Haughton teachers are super heroes!

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Sarah Marks, November Teacher of the Month

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Congratulations to Mrs. Sarah Marks our November Teacher of the Month.  This is Mrs. Mark's seventh year at Haughton High School.  Some of you may also know her as "the voice of HHS".  She is certified in English and business and teaches the IBCA classes.  Mrs. Marks also has two adorable children Kaden who is 3, and Madeline who is 1.  Mrs. Marks and her husband will also expand their family when Baby Marks arrives in April 2015.  Some little know facts about Mrs. Marks are:

  • Hardly anybody knows I was a powerlifter in high school. . .and was pretty good!
  • The thing I miss about being a teenager is NO RESPONSIBILITY! (besides my grades)
  • Life has taught me that I need to learn to be more patient.  It is a daily struggle!
  • My advice to our students is get involved!  It makes high school much more fun!
  • If I had to describe myself in three words it would be vivacious, adventurous, and cheerful
  • What I like most about teaching at Haughton is my super awesome co-workers.
  • Nothing makes me laugh like my kids!  Seriously, my son is hilarious!
  • I am currently reading Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn and Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis.
  • Growing up I got in trouble for talking too much!  Shocker!
  • My favorite quote is, "You're never fully dressed without a smile."
  • My favorite food fix is MEXICAN!  Now I think I might have that for supper.

 

Mrs. Miki Wallingsford, HHS Teacher of the Year 2014-15

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