The English I Honors course is designed to prepare students for the rigorous demands of subsequent Honors and AP high school courses; thus, English I Honors requires a great deal of reading during the school year. Research indicates that the more ...
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Mrs. Aundrea Weinreber is Awarded the Optimist Club Grant
Haughton High School’s chemistry teacher Mrs. Aundrea Weinreber is one of seven Bossier Paris teachers who received great news today along with a great big check! Mrs. Weinreber applied for and was awarded grant money from the Optimist Club of Bossier City. Mrs. Weinreber received an award of $1,540 to purchase Lab Quests for her classroom lab to help and graph data. Her students can look forward to collecting, analyzing, and sharing data results using the hand-held computer devices while completing experiments. These devices support and enhance STEM education opportunities and will be a great addition to Mrs. Weinreber’s classroom.
Mrs. Weinreber is pictured above third from the right.
HHS DI Team does the Unthinkable!
One of Haughton High School Destination Imagination teams did the unthinkable! While it is a great honor to win first place at the Louisiana State DI Tournament, it is something else to place at Destination Imagination Globals! HHS sent two state winning teams to Globals in Knoxville, Tenn. this year. This group of students were able to interact with over 8,000 other students from not only America but also from 18 other countries. This is a week of creativity, problem solving, and observing great minds at work. But one of HHS's teams will really remember this week! Our Improv Team, coached by Mrs. Jessica Raley won 3rd place in their age group and division in Instant Challenge. They were up against 73 other teams that were tough to beat. When the team came out of their challenge, they knew they had "crushed it". Instant Challenge is a very hard, multi-layered challenge that must be solved "on the spot". The team does not know anything about the challenge prior to going to the challenge room. They are scored on how creatively they solve the challenge or problem and how well they worked together as a team. The winning team members are Courtney Jackson, Logan Turner, Dalton Smiley, Valerie Bass, and Meagan McMillian.
The Haughton High School Football coaching staff will be conducting a football skills camp on Saturday, May 30, 2015. Campers will receive instruction from current Buccaneer players as well as from former players…
Dak Prescott — Mississippi State
Marlon Seets — Louisiana Tech
J.D. Almond — Northwestern State
Jordan Craft — McNeese State
Jarred Craft — Louisiana Tech
Damon Gladney — McNeese State
The camp will be held at the Haughton High Football complex and is open to players ages 8-14. The cost is $40 and enrollment is limited to the first 200 campers who sign up. Registration will begin at 8:00 a.m. and the camp will be held from 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. The deadline to sign up is Wednesday, May 20. A printable registration form can be found in the Football Locker on the HHS football web page.
Make checks payable to/mail to:
Haughton High Football Camp
210 E. McKinley
Haughton, LA 71037
Forms/payment may also be dropped off at the Harold E. Harlan Fieldhouse between 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. Monday-Friday.
Senior Project Students Give Back to the Community!
This year, Haughton High School seniors raised just over $25,000cash donations to award various charities including the local special education ...more