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Student Portal

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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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Corsaire Online
 

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HHS Library Online Catalog

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ILLUMINATE UPDATE ALERT

Over Christmas break Illuminate will be updating the student portals.  Because of this update, all student accounts in Illuminate will be disabled for a short period of time. 

When the update is completed, students will use their Google accounts to access their portals.  

Students will use their Google login (@bossierstudents.org) email address with their unique password.

News

PBIS My Louisiana Contest Winners
Congratulations to the following students for their wonderful Louisiana themed submissions:

First Place:  Kenzie Giese and Starla Willis

Second Place:  Anna Mitchell

Third Place:  Paige Dyes

Forth Plath:  Lee Hodge... Continue
Posted by: Holly George
Published: 12/17/14

ILLUMINATE UPDATE ALERT
Over Christmas break Illuminate will be updating the student portals.  Because of this update, all student accounts in Illuminate will be disabled for a short period of time. 

When the update is completed, students will use their Goog... Continue
Posted by: Holly George
Published: 12/17/14

Bossier Parish schools closed for Christmas Break
All Bossier Parish schools and centers will be closed for Christmas Break beginning December 19, 2014.  The students will be out of school for the Christmas holidays and New Year's.  Students will report back to school on Tuesday, Ja... Continue
Posted by: Holly George
Published: 12/12/14

Mid-Year Graduation Ceremony Scheduled
The Haughton High School mid-year graduation ceremony is scheduled for January 23, 2015.  This ceremony is for all seniors who are graduating in December.  The graduation ceremony will be held in the boys' gym and will begin at 5:30 ... Continue
Posted by: Holly George
Published: 12/11/14

A Message from Mrs. Temple about Senior Project and our Wonderful Senior Students

In just 4 short months, our high school students raised a combined total of $18,478 cash donations to award various charities including the local special education chapters, local schools, Providence ...more

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CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR HHS CHEERLEADERS!

Our HHS cheerleaders have been selected as the winner of the LHSAA Spirit of Louisiana Community Service Award.  This award recognizes the top all-around cheerleading program in the state who embodies community service, outstanding school athletic support, spirit raising activities, and academics.  Awards, pullover jackets, and a $1000 donation will be presented to the cheerleaders at the annual LHSAA convention in Baton Rouge in January.  This outstanding group is now nominated for the Varsity American School Spirit Award and could possible earn a feature spot on ESPN and a feature in American Cheerleader Magazine.  We could not be more proud of our HHS Cheerleaders!

Congratulations to our Buc Spirit Award Winners

Congratulations to our Buc Spirit Award Winners

Congratulations to our Buc Spirit Winners

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Not only were the above students Buc Spirit winners, they also won the drawing for free movie passes.  Congratulations to these students.  

Front row:  Chloe Johnson, Harley Yort, Kaleigh Madden, Donald Cash, Johnathan Simpson

Back row:  Christian Lopez, Robert Aneweiler, Brenda Diaz, Jeremy Colvin, Ebone Green

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But the fire is so delightful,
And since we've got no place to go. . .
Read a book! Read a book! Read a book!

Stop by the library, preview all of the new books, and check some out for the Christmas break.  You can also go to the library page and see what other students are reading and recommending!
 

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PBIS My Louisiana Contest Winners

Congratulations to the following students for their wonderful Louisiana themed submissions:

First Place:  Kenzie Giese and Starla Willis

Second Place:  Anna Mitchell

Third Place:  Paige Dyes

Forth Plath:  Lee Hodge

5th Place:  Dyanedria White

Can't find news that was on the homepage?  Click on the "View All News" option above and then "News Archive" to see all previously published articles. 

Master Calendar

2014-2015 School Report Card

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Buc P.R.I.D.E.

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 hydros--water

M  hydrophobia (n) an unnatural fear of water

Tu dehydrate (v) to deprive of water; to remove water from

W  hydrogen (n) a colorless, odorless, flammable gas that combines with oxygen to form water

Th hydroelectric (adj) pertaining to the generation of electricity from falling water

 F  hydrology (n) the science of waters of the earth and its atmosphere

Haughton teachers have class and style!

Haughton teachers have class and style!

Jessica Raley, December Teacher of the Month

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Congratulations to our December Teacher of the Month Mrs. Jessica Raley.  Mrs. Raley has been teaching the HHS speech classes for fourteen years.  She is a team captain for Destination Imagination, and is the co-sponsor of our ENCORE drama club.  Although she has several other roles around our school, her greatest accomplishment is her students and how far they come during the speech classes.  Mrs. Raley is married to Patrick Raley and has two wonderful boys, Peyton and Jaxon.  Some little known facts about Mrs. Raley are

  • Hardly anybody knows she was Homecoming Queen at Belmont University when she was a senior in college.
  • A day with plenty of "me time" would include shopping and a good "non-kid" movie.
  • Life has taught her to see the good in everyone and to trust God with everything.
  • Her favorite place to hang out with her family is Chuck E. Cheese or fishing on the lake.
  • When she has free time she is usually cleaning the house. . .besides, what is "free time".
  • Her advice to the students is follow your dreams.  You never know where they might lead you.
  • She describes herself as outgoing, a leader, and passionate.
  • Her favorite food fix is Mexican (but not too spicy).
  • What she likes most about teaching at Haughton is being able to mentor and encourage teens.
  • The best part of her job is encouraging students to overcome their fear of public speaking and seeing them realize the potential they have inside.
  • She would like to be remembered for her caring heart and giving spirit.

 

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

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