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Thursday, May 23, 2019

Students who wish to check-out today need to bring a note signed by your parent/guardian to give to your 2nd block teacher.

 

If you brought food during teacher appreciation week,  those serving trays are in the teachers’ lounge. Please get yours before you leave today.

 

All scheduling forms are due.  If you are having trouble with completion, see your counselor ASAP.  Any student who does not turn in a scheduling form before you leave school today will be placed in courses at the counselors discretion.

 

Soon to be Seniors: If you are interested in Reserved Senior parking in the Teacher parking lot please see Ms McKay. There are limited spots and it is first come first served. Spots are $100 each.

 

Juniors, there are a few ring ding t-shirts available.  If you would like to purchase one for $10, see Mrs. Harlan S108.

 

ALL volleyball players will have a meeting on June 10th at 11:00 a.m. in the Field House Film Room.

 

Girls soccer tryouts will be Wednesday, May 29th from 9 Am to noon here at the high school. You must submit a completed LHSAA physical to Coach Melton to be allowed to try out. See the girls soccer homepage for more information.

 

Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Students who wish to check-out Thursday, May 23, need to bring a note signed by your parent/guardian to give to your 2nd block teacher.

 

Cheerleaders:  Come to Mrs. Shaw’s room during lunch or after school today to pick up some uniforms.

 

All scheduling forms are due.  If you are having trouble with completion, see your counselor ASAP.  Any student who does not turn in a scheduling form will be placed in courses at the counselors discretion.

 

Soon to be Seniors: If you are interested in Reserved Senior parking in the Teacher parking lot please see Ms McKay. There are limited spots and it is first come first served. Spots are $100 each.

 

Juniors, there are a few ring ding t-shirts available.  If you would like to purchase one for $10, see Mrs. Harlan S108.

 

Girls soccer tryouts will be Wednesday, May 29th from 9 Am to noon here at the high school. You must submit a completed LHSAA physical to Coach Melton to be allowed to try out. See the girls soccer homepage for more information.

 

Monday, May 21, 2019

All scheduling forms are due.  If you are having trouble with completion, see your counselor ASAP.  Any student who does not turn in a scheduling form will be placed in courses at the counselors discretion.

 

If you signed up for Studio AP Art next year, you need to attend a meeting during 4th lunch shift in Mrs. Lombardino’s room on Tuesday.

 

Soon to be Seniors: If you are interested in Reserved Senior parking in the Teacher parking lot please see Ms McKay. There are limited spots and it is first come first served. Spots are $100 each.

 

Girls soccer tryouts will be Wednesday, May 29th from 9 Am to noon here at the high school. You must submit a completed LHSAA physical to Coach Melton to be allowed to try out. See the girls soccer homepage for more information.

 

 

Friday, May 17, 2019

Yearbook staff applications are due today NO LATER THAN 1PM to Mrs. St. Andre in Lab 3.

 

Girls soccer tryouts will be Wednesday, May 29th from 9 Am to noon here at the high school. You must submit a completed LHSAA physical to Coach Melton to be allowed to try out. See the girls soccer homepage for more information.

 

Thursday, May 16, 2019

Yearbook applications for next school year are now available in Lab 3 during NON class time.  To be eligible you must be entering your junior or senior year.

See Mrs. St. Andre for more details.

 

Girls soccer tryouts will be Wednesday, May 29th from 9 Am to noon here at the high school. You must submit a completed LHSAA physical to Coach Melton to be allowed to try out. See the girls soccer homepage for more information.

 

This past weekend the HHS archery team competed at the largest archery event on the planet. There were well over 15,000 archers shooting over a 3 day period, in 4 possible events. Our archers did amazing!! Top 3 and standouts in each category are:

 

NASP 3D: Daniel Robinson 277, Austin Grooms 274, Richard Jennings-with a perfect 50 round

 

NASP Bullseye: Richard Jennings 283-with a perfect 50, Daniel Robinson 280- with TWO perfect 50s, Madison Burson 280, Riley Runkle got a perfect 50 as well

 

Center Shot 3D: Madison Burson 275, Richard Jennings 270, Austin Grooms 262

 

Center shot Bullseye: Madison Burson 275, Kaitlynn Kruithof 274, Richard Jennings 273

 

The team also qualified to attend the World Nationals in 3D and Bullseye.

 

Daniel Robinson and Riley Runkle qualified individually to attend the Worlds Championship in 3D

 

Madison Burson qualified individually to attend the Worlds Championship in Bullseye.

 

Ms McKay wants to say how proud she is of all you archer and wants to thank Haughton High for it's support of the archery team.

 

 

Wednesday, May 15, 2019

All Beta members must have their hours submitted today!!

 

Yearbook applications for next school year are now available in Lab 3 during NON class time.  To be eligible you must be entering your junior or senior year.

See Mrs. St. Andre for more details.

 

Volleyball tryouts will be held today and tomorrow in the Boy's Gym from 3:00 - 4:45. Today will be for current freshmen - juniors, and tomorrow will be for incoming freshmen.

 

Girls soccer tryouts will be Wednesday, May 29th from 9 Am to noon here at the high school. You must submit a completed LHSAA physical to Coach Melton to be allowed to try out. See the girls soccer homepage for more information.

 

Congrats to the following for making the Haughton High Girls basketball team for 2019-2020.

Takaiyah Sweeney 12

Deshounia Davis 12

Allyson Green 12

Peaches Landry 12

Tori Oswalt 12

Ashley Hollis 12

Taralyn Sweeney 11

Annie Chapple  11

Peni West 11

Averi Phillips 10

Nyla Freeman 10

Mackenzi Augustus 9

Traniece Johnson 9

Katelyn Patrick 9

Zahria Shyne 9

Daleese Wilson 9

Manager: Veronica Blackshire

 

Tuesday, May 14, 2019

All Beta members must have their hours submitted no later than Wednesday, May 15th.

 

Yearbook applications for next school year are now available in Lab 3 during NON class time.  To be eligible you must be entering your junior or senior year.

See Mrs. St. Andre for more details.

 

Girls basketball tryouts will be today from 3:00-4:30 for anyone interested in playing girls basketball next year. Make sure to bring appropriate clothes and shoes and have a ride to pick you up at 4:30.

 

Volleyball tryouts will be held on May 15th and 16th in the Boy's Gym from 3:00 - 4:45. May 15th will be for current freshmen - juniors, and May 16th will be for incoming freshmen. Those that would like to try out need to come sign up in H-08

 

Girls soccer tryouts will be Wednesday, May 29th from 9 Am to noon here at the high school. You must submit a completed LHSAA physical to Coach Melton to be allowed to try out. See the girls soccer homepage for more information.

Friday,May 10, 2019

If you’re interested in joining Beta for the 2019-2020 school year, applications are available outside Lab 2.  They are due back by Monday, May 13. Beta Members: Saturday, May 11 is the 10th and FINAL opportunity to volunteer at the Renesting Project as your service project this term.  Sign-up is limited, so make sure you volunteer early if you haven't done your project yet. All members must have their hours submitted no later than Wednesday, May 15th.

 

Yearbook applications for next school year are now available in Lab 3 during NON class time.  To be eligible you must be entering your junior or senior year.

See Mrs. St. Andre for more details.

 

The Library will be officially closed for the school year starting today.  Please return all books to the library as soon as possible to the big red box outside the north library door.  No books can be checked out after Friday, May 10th.

 

The Highsteppers are hosting a car wash May 11th at Domino’s pizza on Highway 80. Tickets are $5 and  the Highsteppers will kick for tips! See any Highstepper to get your ticket.

 

Girls basketball tryouts will be Tuesday May 14th from 3:00-4:30 for anyone interested in playing girls basketball next year. Come by the girls gym and see Coach Pesnell and put your name on the tryout list. The day of tryouts make sure to bring appropriate clothes and shoes and have a ride to pick you up at 4:30.

 

Softball tryouts will be next Monday after school at the softball field from 3:30-5. Sign up in Coach Prather’s room if you are interested.

 

Volleyball tryouts will be held on May 15th and 16th in the Boy's Gym from 3:00 - 4:45. May 15th will be for current freshmen - juniors, and May 16th will be for incoming freshmen. Those that would like to try out need to come sign up in H-08

 

Cross Country tryouts will be after school May 15th. Sign up sheet will be outside of Coach Haley door E-15. Sign ups will end Monday May 13th. All that plan to participate make sure you sign up.

 

Girls soccer tryouts will be Wednesday, May 29th from 9 Am to noon here at the high school. You must submit a completed LHSAA physical to Coach Melton to be allowed to try out. See the girls soccer homepage for more information.

 

Any boy interested in trying out for the basketball team needs to sign up by Friday morning outside of Coach Picou’s room in E6.  Tryouts will be Monday 5/13 after school until 3:30pm


 

Thursday, May 9, 2019

If you’re interested in joining Beta for the 2019-2020 school year, applications are available outside Lab 2.  They are due back by Monday, May 13. Beta Members: Saturday, May 11 is the 10th and FINAL opportunity to volunteer at the Renesting Project as your service project this term.  Sign-up is limited, so make sure you volunteer early if you haven't done your project yet. All members must have their hours submitted no later than Wednesday, May 15th.

 

Yearbook applications for next school year are now available in Lab 3 during NON class time.  To be eligible you must be entering your junior or senior year.

See Mrs. St. Andre for more details.

 

The Library will be officially closed for the school year starting Friday, May 10th.  Please return all books to the library as soon as possible to the big red box outside the north library door.  No books can be checked out after Friday, May 10th.

 

The Highsteppers are hosting a car wash May 11th at Domino’s pizza on Highway 80. Tickets are $5 and  the Highsteppers will kick for tips! See any Highstepper to get your ticket.

 

Girls basketball tryouts will be Tuesday May 14th from 3:00-4:30 for anyone interested in playing girls basketball next year. Come by the girls gym and see Coach Pesnell and put your name on the tryout list. The day of tryouts make sure to bring appropriate clothes and shoes and have a ride to pick you up at 4:30.

 

Softball tryouts will be next Monday after school at the softball field from 3:30-5. Sign up in Coach Prather’s room if you are interested.

 

Volleyball tryouts will be held on May 15th and 16th in the Boy's Gym from 3:00 - 4:45. May 15th will be for current freshmen - juniors, and May 16th will be for incoming freshmen. Those that would like to try out need to come sign up in H-08

 

Cross Country tryouts will be after school May 15th. Sign up sheet will be outside of Coach Haley door E-15. Sign ups will end Monday May 13th. All that plan to participate make sure you sign up.

 

Girls soccer tryouts will be Wednesday, May 29th from 9 Am to noon here at the high school. You must submit a completed LHSAA physical to Coach Melton to be allowed to try out. See the girls soccer homepage for more information.

 

Any boy interested in trying out for the basketball team needs to sign up by Friday morning outside of Coach Picou’s room in E6.  Tryouts will be Monday 5/13 after school until 3:30pm

 

 

Tuesday, May 7, 2019

If your interested in joining Beta for the 2019-2020 school year, applications are available outside Lab 2.  They are due back by Monday, May 13. Beta Members: Saturday, May 11 is the 10th and FINAL opportunity to volunteer at the Renesting Project as your service project this term.  Sign-up is limited, so make sure you volunteer early if you haven't done your project yet. All members must have their hours submitted no later than Wednesday, May 15th.

 

Seniors-  We currently have 64 seniors who have not completed the FAFSA or an Opt-Out Waiver. It is mandated by the state of Louisiana that you complete one of the two options in order to graduate from high school.  You will not walk or receive your diploma if your are not in compliance. If you are unsure, see Mrs. Waldron or any teacher. An email was also sent to your school email address with further information.

 

Yearbook applications for next school year are now available in Lab 3 during NON class time.  To be eligible you must be entering your junior or senior year.

See Mrs. St. Andre for more details.

 

The Library will be officially closed for the school year starting Friday, May 10th.  Please return all books to the library as soon as possible to the big red box outside the north library door.  No books can be checked out after Friday, May 10th.

 

The Highsteppers are hosting a car wash May 11th at Domino’s pizza on Highway 80. Tickets are $5 and  the Highsteppers will kick for tips! See any Highstepper to get your ticket.

 

Softball tryouts will be next Monday after school at the softball field from 3:30-5. Sign up in Coach Prather’s room if you are interested.

 

Cross Country tryouts will be after school May 15th. Sign up sheet will be outside of Coach Haley door E-15. Sign ups will end Monday May 13th. All that plan to participate make sure you sign up.

 

Girls soccer tryouts will be Wednesday, May 29th from 9 Am to noon here at the high school. You must submit a completed LHSAA physical to Coach Melton to be allowed to try out. See the girls soccer homepage for more information.

 

Any boy interested in trying out for the basketball team needs to sign up by Friday morning outside of Coach Picou’s room in E6.  Tryouts will be Monday 5/13 after school until 3:30pm

 

Monday, May 6, 2019

If your interested in joining Beta for the 2019-2020 school year, applications are available outside Lab 2.  They are due back by Monday, May 13. Beta Members: Saturday, May 11 is the 10th and FINAL opportunity to volunteer at the Renesting Project as your service project this term.  Sign-up is limited, so make sure you volunteer early if you haven't done your project yet. All members must have their hours submitted no later than Wednesday, May 15th.

 

Seniors-  We currently have 64 seniors who have not completed the FAFSA or an Opt-Out Waiver. It is mandated by the state of Louisiana that you complete one of the two options in order to graduate from high school.  You will not walk or receive your diploma if your are not in compliance. If you are unsure, see Mrs. Waldron or any teacher. An email was also sent to your school email address with further information.

 

Congratulations to the HHS 4-H Club for winning Outstanding Senior High Club in Bossier Parish and to Elaine Schomburg named as Haughton High's Outstanding  Member.

 

Drill team and color guard will meet today from 2:30 until 4:00.

 

The Library will be officially closed for the school year starting Friday, May 10th.  Please return all books to the library as soon as possible to the big red box outside the north library door.  No books can be checked out after Friday, May 10th.

 

Mrs. Iman's class has a few Dylan fundraiser shirts left if you want one.  $15 each. First come first serve. Room E-5

 

The Highsteppers are hosting a car wash May 11th at Dominos pizza on Highway 80. Tickets are $5 & the Highsteppers will kick for tips! See any Highstepper to get your ticket.

 

All AP government students need to meet in Mrs. Maris’ room now.

All AP Environmental Science students need to eat on 1st lunch shift today.

 

Friday, May 3, 2019

If your interested in joining Beta for the 2019-2020 school year, applications are available outside Lab 2.  They are due back by Monday, May 13. Beta Members: Saturday, May 11 is the 10th and FINAL opportunity to volunteer at the Renesting Project as your service project this term.  Sign-up is limited, so make sure you volunteer early if you haven't done your project yet. Senior hours are due no later than today.

All other members must have their hours submitted no later than Wednesday, May 15th.

 

Seniors:  This is a reminder that you must complete the FAFSA or complete an opt-out waiver in order to graduate.  See Mrs. Waldron for waivers.

 

The Library will be officially closed for the school year starting Friday, May 10th.  Please return all books to the library as soon as possible to the big red box outside the north library door.  No books can be checked out after Friday, May 10th.

 

Mrs. Iman's class has a few Dylan fundraiser shirts left if you want one.  $15 each. First come first serve. Room E-5

 

The Highsteppers are hosting a car wash May 11th at Dominoes pizza on highway 80. Tickets are $5 & the Highsteppers will kick for tips! See any Highstepper to get your ticket.

Happy Birthday today to Brandarius Cooper, Tristan Frisk, Christopher Harper, Nicole Landry, Alyssa Phillips, and Mrs. Bonner and a happy over the weekend birthday to Hannah Borah, Genevieve Burson, Layla Flores, Rebecca Smallwood, Mya Smith Lewis, Tori Woolsey, and Mr. Burris.

Here in the KHHS newsroom we think it’s a GREAT day to be a Buc and we hope you have a fantastic Friday and a wonderful weekend.

Teachers, at this time please show your class the weekly KHHS broadcast.  Today’s broadcast is the last one for this semester.

 

Thursday, May 2, 2019

PBIS will be hosting a Jeans Day on Friday, May 3, 2019.  Cost of wearing jeans is $5 per person.

Juniors: If you ordered a ring from Balfour, it must be paid in full before ring ding or you will not receive it at ring ding tomorrow night.

PLEASE come to Sonic between 5-8 to support your double state titled Archery team. Ms McKay and the archery kids will be there selling Sonic cards and getting a percentage of your purchase. Come help Ms McKay get her team to nationals!!

If your interested in joining Beta for the 2019-2020 school year, applications are available outside Lab 2.  They are due back by Monday, May 13. Beta Members: Saturday, May 11 is the 10th and FINAL opportunity to volunteer at the Renesting Project as your service project this term.  Sign-up is limited, so make sure you volunteer early if you haven't done your project yet. Senior hours are due no later than Friday, May 2nd.

All other members must have their hours submitted no later than Wednesday, May 15th.

Seniors:  This is a reminder that you must complete the FAFSA or complete an opt-out waiver in order to graduate.  See Mrs. Waldron for waivers.

The Library will be officially closed for the school year starting Friday, May 10th.  Please return all books to the library as soon as possible to the big red box outside the north library door.  No books can be checked out after Friday, May 10th.

Mrs. Iman's class has a few Dylan fundraiser shirts left if you want one.  $15 each. First come first serve. Room E-5

The Highsteppers are hosting a car wash May 11th at Dominoes pizza on highway 80. Tickets are $5 & the Highsteppers will kick for tips! See any Highstepper to get your ticket.

In honor of Teacher Appreciation Week, please make sure you nominate one of your teachers for Awesome Anchor for the month of May.  Nomination forms can be found in the library or outside Mrs. Arbuckle’s office H1.

 

Wednesday, May 1, 2019

PBIS will be hosting a Jeans Day on Friday, May 3, 2019.  Cost of wearing jeans is $5 per person.

 

Juniors: If you ordered a ring from Balfour, it must be paid in full before ring ding or you will not receive it at ring ding (May 3)

 

If your interested in joining Beta for the 2019-2020 school year, applications are available outside Lab 2.  They are due back by Monday, May 13. Beta members: Walk for Education will be this afternoon at 2:30 PM at the track.  Don't forget to turn in your money to one of the sponsors.

 

Seniors:  This is a reminder that you must complete the FAFSA or complete an opt-out waiver in order to graduate.  See Mrs. Waldron for waivers.

 

SADD meeting for all members will be held this Thursday, 7 am, room S125.

 

In honor of Teacher Appreciation Week, please make sure you nominate one of your teachers for Awesome Anchor for the month of May.  Nomination forms can be found in the library or outside Mrs. Arbuckle’s office H1.

Tuesday, April 30, 2019

PBIS will be hosting a Jeans Day on Friday, May 3, 2019.  Cost of wearing jeans is $5 per person.

 

Juniors: If you ordered a ring from Balfour, it must be paid in full before ring ding or you will not receive it at ring ding (May 3)

 

If your interested in joining Beta for the 2019-2020 school year, applications are available outside Lab 2.  They are due back by Monday, May 13. Beta members: Walk for Education will be this afternoon at 2:30 PM at the track.  Don't forget to turn in your money to one of the sponsors.

 

Community Involvement applications are due to Mrs. Duncan today!

 

Seniors:  This is a reminder that you must complete the FAFSA or complete an opt-out waiver in order to graduate.  See Mrs. Waldron for waivers.

 

Seniors:  Senior Awards will be held on May 1 at 7:45 a.m. in the Boys Gym.  Be sure to pass along the date to your parents.

 

Color guard will meet today from 2:30 until 3:30.

 

SADD meeting for all members will be held this Thursday, 7 am, room S125.

 

In honor of Teacher Appreciation Week, please make sure you nominate one of your teachers for Awesome Anchor for the month of May.  Nomination forms can be found in the library or outside Mrs. Arbuckle’s office H1.

 

Thursday, April 25, 2019

Juniors: If you ordered a ring from Balfour, it must be paid in full before ring ding or you will not receive it at ring ding (May 3)  If you are participating in Ring Ding, you need to email group pictures asap. You won’t be in the slideshow if you don’t send them some pics! If you are participating in Ring Ding, there is a list of names outside Mrs. Harlan's room.  Please make sure you check this list by Friday to verify that your name is spelled correctly and we have used the name you go by. After Friday, no changes will be made.

 

Mr. Debonair pageant will be held Friday, April 26 at 6 p.m. in the boys’ gym.   Admission is $5. There will be an opportunity for everyone to vote for the People’s Choice for $1 per vote at the pageant.  Entertainment at the pageant will be provided by the theater classes.

Mr. Debonair contestants, don’t forget there is an optional rehearsal today from 2:30-3:00 pm in the boys gym.

 

Driver's Ed sign up is this Saturday the 27th @ 8:30am in the field house. Students must bring $400 cash or money order, their Temporary Instruction Permit, and a parent or guardian. It is first come first served until the class is full.

 

If your interested in joining Beta for the 2019-2020 school year, applications are available outside Lab 2.  They are due back by Monday, May 13.

 

Congratulations to Morgan McVey.  She placed 4th in Division 1 at the State Rally competition held on April 6 in Baton Rouge.

 

Red Jacket applications are now available in Mrs. Weinreber's or Mrs. Hunt's room during non-class times. Applications are due April 26th.

 

If you will be a Senior next year and are interested in applying for Community Involvement -  applications are ready for pick up! See Mrs. Duncan in H-12. Applications are due by April 30th.

 

Seniors:  This is a reminder that you must complete the FAFSA or complete an opt-out waiver in order to graduate.  See Mrs. Waldron for waivers.

 

Seniors:  Senior Awards will be held on May 1 at 7:45 a.m. in the Boys Gym.  Be sure to pass along the date to your parents.

 

If you ordered a Dylan shirt from Mrs. Iman, they are in and you need to come to her classroom to get yours.

 

 

Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Teachers:  Please check the email Mrs. St. Andre sent to you yesterday about Senior Favorite pictures.  The students listed should be dismissed at 11:30 to report to pictures. They should not be gone more than 30 minutes.

 

Juniors: If you ordered a ring from Balfour, it must be paid in full before ring ding or you will not receive it at ring ding (May 3)  If you are participating in Ring Ding, you need to email group pictures asap. You won’t be in the slideshow if you don’t send them some pics! If you are participating in Ring Ding, there is a list of names outside Mrs. Harlan's room.  Please make sure you check this list by Friday to verify that your name is spelled correctly and we have used the name you go by. After Friday, no changes will be made.

 

Mr. Debonair pageant will be held Friday, April 26 at 6 p.m. in the boys’ gym.   Admission is $5. There will be an opportunity for everyone to vote for the People’s Choice for $1 per vote at the pageant.  Entertainment at the pageant will be provided by the theater classes.

 

Lady of the Locket Top 5 finalists need to see Mrs. Shaw today during your lunch shift.  

 

Driver's Ed sign up is this Saturday the 27th @ 8:30am in the field house. Students must bring $400 cash or money order, their Temporary Instruction Permit, and a parent or guardian. It is first come first served until the class is full.

 

Red Jacket applications are now available in Mrs. Weinreber's or Mrs. Hunt's room during non-class times. Applications are due April 26th.

 

If you will be a Senior next year and are interested in applying for Community Involvement -  applications are ready for pick up! See Mrs. Duncan in H-12. Applications are due by April 30th.

 

Seniors:  This is a reminder that you must complete the FAFSA or complete an opt-out waiver in order to graduate.  See Mrs. Waldron for waivers.

 

Seniors:  Senior Awards will be held on May 1 at 7:45 a.m. in the Boys Gym.  Be sure to pass along the date to your parents.

 

If you ordered a Dylan shirt from Mrs. Iman, they are in and you need to come to her classroom to get yours.

 

Tuesday,April 23, 2019

Juniors:  If you are participating in Ring Ding, you need to email group pictures asap.  You won’t be in the slideshow if you don’t send them some pics!

Attention all guys:  Mr. Debonair pageant will be held Friday, April 26 at 6 p.m. in the boys’ gym.  Get an entry form from any cheerleader or Mrs. Shaw. Deadline to return entry forms is today.  Entertainment at the pageant will be provided by the theater classes.

Red Jacket applications are now available in Mrs. Weinreber's or Mrs. Hunt's room during non-class times. Applications are due April 26th.

Fishing Team-meet in Lab 3 directly after school today for a team photo.  Be sure to bring your jersey!

If you will be a Senior next year and are interested in applying for Community Involvement -  applications are ready for pick up! See Mrs. Duncan in H-12. Applications are due by April 30th.

Seniors:  This is a reminder that you must complete the FAFSA or complete an opt-out waiver in order to graduate.  See Mrs. Waldron for waivers.

Seniors:  Senior Awards will be held on May 1 at 7:45 a.m. in the Boys Gym.  Be sure to pass along the date to your parents.

Color guard will meet today from 2:30 until 3:30.

The varsity baseball team will play a first round playoff game tonight at home against Comeaux. The game starts at 5:00. Admission is $8 for everyone. The team has had a great regular season, and would love your support tonight.

Congrats to the following girls who competed in the district meet Thursday and qualified for regionals

Jiana Burgess got 2nd in the high jump and 800

Hannah Robinson got 3rd in the high jump

Janavia Smith got 3rd in the shot put

4 x 100 relay finished 3rd / Aleesha Hardman,Stephanie Cleveland,Deshona Davis, Crystal Norton

Shelby Roy 4th in the pole vault

Jadyn Hodge 4th in the 3200

If you volunteered to help with Teacher Appreciation Week, check your bossier students email for more information.  The meeting we were scheduled to have today after school has been cancelled.

 

Wednesday, April 18, 2019

The library will be closed this morning for EOC and LEAP 2025 re-testing. Please do not send students to the library. Students can return books to the big red box outside the library's north door.

Attention all guys:  Mr. Debonair pageant will be held Friday, April 26 at 6 p.m. in the boys’ gym.  Get an entry form from any cheerleader or Mrs. Shaw. Deadline to return entry forms is Tuesday, April 23.  Entertainment at the pageant will be provided by the theater classes.

Red Jacket applications are now available in Mrs. Weinreber's or Mrs. Hunt's room during non-class times. Applications are due April 26th.

Beta members don't forget to check Classroom for updated information concerning hours and service projects.

NHS members don't forget drinks for Teacher Appreciation Week are due today.

Fishing Team-meet in Lab 3 directly after school on Tuesday for a team photo.  Be sure to bring your jersey!

If you will be a Senior next year and are interested in applying for Community Involvement -  applications are ready for pick up! See Mrs. Duncan in H-12. Applications are due by April 30th.

Seniors,  all applications for the Kolbe Schufft Scholarship are due to Mrs. Thrash today.

Seniors:  This is a reminder that you must complete the FAFSA or complete an opt-out waiver in order to graduate.  See Mrs. Waldron for waivers.

Seniors:  Senior Awards will be held on May 1 at 7:45 a.m. in the Boys Gym.  Be sure to pass along the date to your parents.

The district track meet is still taking place today.  All track team members will be excused from class at 10:40.  The meet will be held at Airline H.S. with the field events scheduled to start at 1 and the running events  at 4.

If you volunteered to help with Teacher Appreciation Week, check your bossier students email for more information.

 

Wednesday, April 17, 2019

The library will be closed all day today and Thursday morning for EOC and LEAP 2025 re-testing. Please do not send students to the library. Students can return books to the big red box outside the library's north door.

 

Attention all guys:  Mr. Debonair pageant will be held Friday, April 26 at 6 p.m. in the boys’ gym.  Get an entry form from any cheerleader or Mrs. Shaw. Deadline to return entry forms is Tuesday, April 23.  Entertainment at the pageant will be provided by the theater classes.

 

Beta members don't forget to check Classroom for updated information concerning hours and service projects.

 

NHS members don't forget drinks for Teacher Appreciation Week are due by Thursday, April 18.

 

Juniors:  TODAY is the deadline to pay and register for Ring Ding.  Pay Mrs. Harlan during lunch shifts only.

 

If you will be a Senior next year and are interested in applying for Community Involvement -  applications are ready for pick up! See Mrs. Duncan in H-12 starting tomorrow. Applications are due by April 30th.

 

Seniors,  all applications for the Kolbe Schufft Scholarship are due to Mrs. Thrash  this Thursday April 18th.

 

Seniors:  This is a reminder that you must complete the FAFSA or complete an opt-out waiver in order to graduate.  See Mrs. Waldron for waivers.

 

Seniors:  Senior Awards will be held on May 1 at 7:45 a.m. in the Boys Gym.  Be sure to pass along the date to your parents.


 

If you volunteered to help with Teacher Appreciation Week, check your bossier students email for more information.

 

The ACT Domination shirts may be worn on Thursday the 18th with jeans (not Friday due to holiday).

 

Monday, April 15, 2019

The library will be closed all day Wednesday, Thursday morning, and all day Friday for EOC and LEAP 2025 re-testing. Please do not send students to the library. Students can return books to the big red box outside the library's north door.

 

Attention all guys:  Mr. Debonair pageant will be held Friday, April 26 at 6 p.m. in the boys’ gym.  Get an entry form from any cheerleader or Mrs. Shaw.

 

Beta members don't forget to check Classroom for updated information concerning hours and service projects.

 

NHS members don't forget drinks for Teacher Appreciation Week are due by Thursday, April 18.

 

Juniors, if you are planning to participate in Ring Ding, you must register by Thursday, April 18, in Mrs. Harlan’s room (S108). Registration is at lunch ONLY and the fee is $35 cash!

 

The following announcements are for SENIORS:

You need to pay your $60 fee to Mrs. Melton ASAP.

 

If you are interested in applying for the Kolbe Schufft memorial scholarship, applications may be picked up in Mrs. Thrash’s office.  You must have a 2.75 cumulative GPA and the application must be returned by April 18.

 

Teacher Appreciation Week is April 29-May 3 and Mrs. Shaw is looking for some student volunteers to help her get things ready for this week.  If you are interested, sign up on the sheet outside her classroom H-10.

Thursday, April 11, 2019

Destination Imagination will be having a Jeans day on Friday, April 12th.  Cost to wear jeans on this day is $5 per person. Pay your 1st block teacher.  

 

Next week, the library will be closed all day Wednesday, Thursday morning, and all day Friday for EOC and LEAP 2025 re-testing. Please do not send students to the library. Students can return books to the big red box outside the library's north door


 

Attention all guys:  Mr. Debonair pageant will be held Friday, April 26 at 6 p.m. in the boys’ gym.  Get an entry form from any cheerleader or Mrs. Shaw.

 

Prom Tickets are being sold on the 1st floor of the S-building through Thursday.  $30 per ticket cash or money order only. Only Juniors and Seniors can purchase. To purchase have your ID and purple debt letter that is clear of all debt.  A photo ID is required to enter the prom venue. Please make sure you have a photo ID when you arrive at the Silver Lake Ballroom on Saturday evening.

 

The big red band color guard is having try-outs next week Mon-Thurs from 3:00-5:00 p.m. See Mr. Williams or Mrs. LeCompte for applications.

 

Any Junior about to be Senior who is planning on taking a course at BPSTIL next year needs to complete the online application.  The application can be found on the HHS webpage. Please go ahead and complete the application even if you have not received your scheduling packet from Mrs. Waldron.

 

Juniors, if you are planning to participate in Ring Ding, you must register by  next week Monday, April 15- Thursday, April 18, in Mrs. Harlan’s room (S108). Registration is at lunch ONLY and the fee is $35 cash!

 

Registration for summer driver’s ed will be Saturday, April 27 from 8:30 to 10. $400 cash or money order in the field house. Students must obtain a temporary instruction permit from the OMV before signing up for the class. Students must turn 15 before the end of July to sign up for the class. The classroom session will be held after school for two weeks beginning the Monday after sign up.  See Mr. Steve Brown or Coach Marston with any questions.

 

Buccaneers abroad wants you! Spots are available for London and Paris in the spring of 2020. See Mr. S. Brown, Mrs. Duncan, or any of the posters around campus for info!

 

Reminder for Sophomores interested in Bossier Youth Leadership- applications are due April 12th. See Mrs. Thrash for any questions

 

Mrs. Iman's class is selling BUCS flip flops for $25 a pair. Also, Friday is the last day to order a t shirt to benefit Dylan Crenshaw.  

 

The following announcements are for SENIORS:

You need to pay your $60 fee to Mrs. Melton ASAP.

If you are interested in applying for the Kolbe Schufft memorial scholarship, applications may be picked up in Mrs. Thrash’s office.  You must have a 2.75 cumulative GPA and the application must be returned by April 18.

 

Tutoring this week:

Thursday: Math in S125 with Mrs. Ward and Science in S112

Friday:  English at 6:30 AM with Mrs. Navarro

Teacher Appreciation Week is April 29-May 3 and Mrs. Shaw is looking for some student volunteers to help her get things ready for this week.  If you are interested, sign up on the sheet outside her classroom H-10.

This message is from Mr. Haynie:  Handbook reminder: Haughton High Handbook states that you should not have a hood on your head when temperatures are above 50 degrees.So no one should be wearing a hood on their head during the school day at this time.

The Haughton Invitational track meet will be held today at the track.  Field events start at 3 and running will start at 4. Admission is $6.

 

Today is Activity Period and the following groups are meeting:  Student Council executive officers and class presidents, PBIS Advisory in Mrs. Lombardino’s room, and Tri M.

 

Wednesday, April 10, 2019

Attention all guys:  Mr. Debonair pageant will be held Friday, April 26 at 6 p.m. in the boys’ gym.  Get an entry form from any cheerleader or Mrs. Shaw.

Prom Tickets are being sold on the 1st floor of the S-building through Thursday.  $30 per ticket cash or money order only. Only Juniors and Seniors can purchase. To purchase have your ID and purple debt letter that is clear of all debt.

The big red band color guard is having try-outs next week Mon-Thurs from 3:00-5:00 p.m. See Mr. Williams or Mrs. LeCompte for applications.

Any Junior about to be Senior who is planning on taking a course at BPSTIL next year needs to complete the online application.  The application can be found on the HHS webpage. Please go ahead and complete the application even if you have not received your scheduling packet from Mrs. Waldron.

Registration for summer driver’s ed will be Saturday, April 27 from 8:30 to 10. $400 cash or money order in the field house. Students must obtain a temporary instruction permit from the OMV before signing up for the class. Students must turn 15 before the end of July to sign up for the class. The classroom session will be held after school for two weeks beginning the Monday after sign up.  See Mr. Steve Brown or Coach Marston with any questions.

Buccaneers abroad wants you! Spots are available for London and Paris in the spring of 2020. See Mr. S. Brown, Mrs. Duncan, or any of the posters around campus for info!

Reminder for Sophomores interested in Bossier Youth Leadership- applications are due April 12th. See Mrs. Thrash for any questions

Mrs. Iman's class is selling BUCS flip flops for $25 a pair. Also, Friday is the last day to order a tshirt to benefit Dylan Crenshaw.  

The following announcements are for SENIORS:

You need to pay your $60 fee to Mrs. Melton ASAP.

If you are interested in applying for the Kolbe Schufft memorial scholarship, applications may be picked up in Mrs. Thrash’s office.  You must have a 2.75 cumulative GPA and the application must be returned by April 18.

 

Tutoring this week:

Wednesday:  Math in S108 with Mrs. Harlan

Thursday: Math in S125 with Mrs. Ward and Science in S112

Friday:  English at 6:30 AM with Mrs. Navarro

Teacher Appreciation Week is April 29-May 3 and Mrs. Shaw is looking for some student volunteers to help her get things ready for this week.  If you are interested, sign up on the sheet outside her classroom H-10.

This message is from Mr. Haynie:  Handbook reminder: Haughton High Handbook states that you should not have a hood on your head when temperatures are above 50 degrees.So no one should be wearing a hood on their head during the school day at this time.Tuesday, April 9, 2019

Attention all guys:  Mr. Debonair pageant will be held Friday, April 26 at 6 p.m. in the boys’ gym.  Get an entry form from any cheerleader or Mrs. Shaw.

 

Prom Tickets are being sold on the 1st floor of the S-building through Thursday.  $30 per ticket cash or money order only. Only Juniors and Seniors can purchase. To purchase have your ID and purple debt letter that is clear of all debt.

 

The big red band color guard is having try-outs next week Mon-Thurs from 3:00-5:00 p.m. See Mr. Williams or Mrs. LeCompte for applications.

 

Any Junior about to be Senior who is planning on taking a course at BPSTIL next year needs to complete the online application.  The application can be found on the HHS webpage. Please go ahead and complete the application even if you have not received your scheduling packet from Mrs. Waldron.

 

Registration for summer driver’s ed will be Saturday, April 27 from 8:30 to 10. $400 cash or money order in the field house. Students must obtain a temporary instruction permit from the OMV before signing up for the class. Students must turn 15 before the end of July to sign up for the class. The classroom session will be held after school for two weeks beginning the Monday after sign up.  See Mr. Steve Brown or Coach Marston with any questions.

 

Buccaneers abroad wants you! Spots are available for London and Paris in the spring of 2020. See Mr. S. Brown, Mrs. Duncan, or any of the posters around campus for info!

 

Reminder for Sophomores interested in Bossier Youth Leadership- applications are due April 12th. See Mrs. Thrash for any questions

 

Mrs. Iman's class is selling BUCS flip flops for $25 a pair. They are also selling a tshirt to benefit Dylan Crenshaw as he begins chemotherapy at St. Judes.  A picture of the shirt is on the HHS website. Shirts are $15 and you order from Mrs. Iman.

 

The following announcements are for SENIORS:

You need to pay your $60 fee to Mrs. Melton ASAP.

 

If you are interested in applying for the Kolbe Schufft memorial scholarship, applications may be picked up in Mrs. Thrash’s office.  You must have a 2.75 cumulative GPA and the application must be returned by April 18.

 

If you are interested in taking a CLEP exam, Mrs. Arbuckle is testing a group on Wednesday.  There are 6 spots left. Testing is during 3rd and 4th blocks. Please see her in H1 before school, at lunch or after school. Or you can email her.

Tutoring this week:

Tuesday:  Math in S 108 with Mrs. Harlan

Science with Mrs. McKay in S112 and Mrs. Stallcup will have the computer lab in H5 available.

Wednesday:  Math in S108 with Mrs. Harlan and Before School at 6:30 English with Mrs. Navarro in EN8

Thursday: Math in S125 with Mrs. Ward and Science in S112

Friday:  English at 6:30 AM with Mrs. Navarro

Teacher Appreciation Week is April 29-May 3 and Mrs. Shaw is looking for some student volunteers to help her get things ready for this week.  If you are interested, sign up on the sheet outside her classroom H-10.

The varsity softball team will play Captain Shreve in the final district game of the season at home today. The seniors will be recognized at 5:15 and the game will start immediately after. Students get in free with an I.D.

 

Monday, April 8, 2019

Any Junior about to be Senior who is planning on taking a course at BPSTIL next year needs to complete the online application.  The application can be found on the HHS webpage. Please go ahead and complete the application even if you have not received your scheduling packet from Mrs. Waldron.

 

Registration for summer driver’s ed will be Saturday, April 27 from 8:30 to 10. $400 cash or money order in the field house. Students must obtain a temporary instruction permit from the OMV before signing up for the class. Students must turn 15 before the end of July to sign up for the class. The classroom session will be held after school for two weeks beginning the Monday after sign up.  See Mr. Steve Brown or Coach Marston with any questions.

 

Drill team will practice today from 2:30 until 3:30 in the large JROTC classroom, weather permitting. Color guard will practice tomorrow the same place and time.

 

Buccaneers abroad wants you! Spots are available for London and Paris in the spring of 2020. See Mr. S. Brown, Mrs. Duncan, or any of the posters around campus for info!

 

Reminder for Sophomores interested in Bossier Youth Leadership- applications are due April 12th. See Mrs. Thrash for any questions

 

Mrs. Iman's class is selling BUCS flip flops for $25 a pair. They are also selling a tshirt to benefit Dylan Crenshaw as he begins chemotherapy at St. Judes.  A picture of the shirt is on the HHS website. Shirts are $15 and you order from Mrs. Iman.

 

The following announcements are for SENIORS:

You need to pay your $60 fee to Mrs. Melton ASAP.

 

If you are interested in applying for the Kolbe Schufft memorial scholarship, applications may be picked up in Mrs. Thrash’s office.  You must have a 2.75 cumulative GPA and the application must be returned by April 18.

 

If you are interested in taking a CLEP exam, Mrs. Arbuckle is testing a group on Wednesday.  There are 6 spots left. Testing is during 3rd and 4th blocks. Please see her in H1 before school, at lunch or after school. Or you can email her.

Tutoring this week:

Monday:  No tutoring

Tuesday:  Math in S 108 with Mrs. Harlan

Science with Mrs. McKay in S112 and Mrs. Stallcup will have the computer lab in H5 available.

Wednesday:  Math in S108 with Mrs. Harlan and Before School at 6:30 English with Mrs. Navarro in EN8

Thursday: Math in S125 with Mrs. Ward and Science in S112

Friday:  English at 6:30 AM with Mrs. Navarro

Teacher Appreciation Week is April 29-May 3 and Mrs. Shaw is looking for some student volunteers to help her get things ready for this week.  If you are interested, sign up on the sheet outside her classroom H-10.

In case you were wondering, the HHS Spring blood drive collected 80 units of blood to save lives in the Shreveport-Bossier area.  Combined with fall term's drive student and faculty donated 145 total units with the potential to save 435 lives. You can still donate on your own by visiting the local Bossier or Shreveport LiveShare centers.  Just tell them to credit Haughton High School. Great job Bucs!

Congratulations to the boys track team for placing 2nd at the Northwood track meet.  Montoya Bonapart finished 1st place in the high jump, 2nd in the triple jump and 3rd in the long jump.  Xander Morris was 2nd in the javelin. Derion Phil was 3rd in the 100 and the 4x800 meter relay placed 2nd.  Solan Culver was 3rd in the javelin and the 4x100 relay team placed 3rd. The team consisted of Keyshawn Davis, BJ Feaster, Jacob Stephens, and Derion Phil.  

This weekend the High School Archery team competed in the Louisiana State Archery finals in Bullseye and 3D. Haughton High walked away with top honors in both and had several top 10 finishers. Now they go on to compete at the National level in Kentucky in May.

The team earned 1st place in 3D with a 1653 and 1st place in Bullseye with a 3304, nearly 200 points over the 2nd place finisher

 

3D boys

1st Aiden Jones 289

4th Austin Grooms 279

8th Richard Jennings 269

 

3D girls

2nd Hailey Williams 281

3rd Madison Burson 275

9th Riley Runkle 260

Aiden Jones 2nd overall 3D with a $1,000 scholarship

Hailey Williams got 4th place overall high school division 3D

Bullseye Boys

3rd Aiden Jones 285

5th Colorado Green 280

8th Richard Jennings 275

Bullseye Girls

2nd Hailey Williams 282

4th Madison Burson 277

5th Taittum Sischo 277

6th Kaitlynn Kruithof 276

Aiden Jones got 5th overall an a $750 Scholarship

Friday, April 5, 2019

Any Junior about to be Senior who is planning on taking a course at BPSTIL next year needs to complete the online application.  The application can be found on the HHS webpage. Please go ahead and complete the application even if you have not received your scheduling packet from Mrs. Waldron.

Guest dance contracts for prom are due today (Friday, April 5). If you don’t know if you have turned in a dance contract, the official list of those who have turned one in is posted in the windows of the foyer of the E building.

Registration for summer driver’s ed will be Saturday, April 27 from 8:30 to 10. $400 cash or money order in the field house. Students must obtain a temporary instruction permit from the OMV before signing up for the class. Students must turn 15 before the end of July to sign up for the class. The classroom session will be held after school for two weeks beginning the Monday after sign up.  See Mr. Steve Brown or Coach Marston with any questions.

Buccaneers abroad wants you! Spots are available for London and Paris in the spring of 2020. See Mr. S. Brown, Mrs. Duncan, or any of the posters around campus for info!

Reminder for Sophomores interested in Bossier Youth Leadership- applications are due April 12th. See Mrs. Thrash for any questions

Mrs. Iman's class is selling BUCS flip flops for $25 a pair. They are also selling a tshirt to benefit Dylan Crenshaw as he begins chemotherapy at St. Judes.  A picture of the shirt is on the HHS website. Shirts are $15 and you order from Mrs. Iman.

Princeton Elementary is sponsoring a 5K glow run on Friday, May 3.  For more information, go to their school website to find out how you can sign up!

 

The following announcements are for SENIORS:

You need to pay your $60 fee to Mrs. Melton ASAP.

Today is your last chance to buy graduation celebration tickets for $50 In Mrs Harlan’s room (S108) during lunch shifts only.  Tickets WILL not be sold at the door!

If you are interested in applying for the Kolbe Schufft memorial scholarship, applications may be picked up in Mrs. Thrash’s office.  You must have a 2.75 cumulative GPA and the application must be returned by April 18.

The library will be closed this morning.  It will reopen 3rd block.

Come support the varsity boys baseball team as they take on Parkway tonight at home.  Students get in free with your student ID and the baseball team wants to pack the stands tonight for this big game.

Wednesday, April 4, 2019

Any Junior about to be Senior who is planning on taking a course at BPSTIL next year needs to complete the online application.  The application can be found on the HHS webpage. Please go ahead and complete the application even if you have not received your scheduling packet from Mrs. Waldron.

Guest dance contracts for prom are due Friday, April 5.

State Rally participants, please check your email for an important message from Miss Hall.  You will need to make arrangements to travel from HHS to Airline High School after 2nd block on Friday.  If you have any questions, please email or stop by Miss Hall's classroom.

Registration for summer driver’s ed will be Saturday, April 27 from 8:30 to 10. $400 cash or money order in the field house. Students must obtain a temporary instruction permit from the OMV before signing up for the class. Students must turn 15 before the end of July to sign up for the class. The classroom session will be held after school for two weeks beginning the Monday after sign up.  See Mr. Steve Brown or Coach Marston with any questions.

 

Buccaneers abroad wants you! Spots are available for London and Paris in the spring of 2020. See Mr. S. Brown, Mrs. Duncan, or any of the posters around campus for info!

Sgt. Morado with the US National Guard will be here today for a lunch visit in the plaza.

Mrs. Iman's class is selling BUCS flip flops for $25 a pair. They are also selling a tshirt to benefit Dylan Crenshaw as he begins chemotherapy at St. Judes.  A picture of the shirt is on the HHS website. Shirts are $15 and you order from Mrs. Iman.

Princeton Elementary is sponsoring a 5K glow run on Friday, May 3.  For more information, go to their school website to find out how you can sign up!

The following announcements are for SENIORS:

You need to pay your $60 fee to Mrs. Melton ASAP.

Last chance to buy graduation celebration tickets is this week for $50 In Mrs Harlan’s room (S108) during lunch shifts only.  Tickets WILL not be sold at the door!

If you are interested in applying for the Kolbe Schufft memorial scholarship, applications may be picked up in Mrs. Thrash’s office.  You must have a 2.75 cumulative GPA and the application must be returned by April 18.

 

  • TUTORING: This week's tutoring will be as follows:

  • Thursday:  Math in Ward S125 and Science in S112

    • Friday:  English at 6:30 AM with Mrs. Navarro.

The library will be closed Friday morning.  It will reopen 3rd block.

Today is Activity Period and the following clubs are meeting: FCA, Chess Club, ROTC Reserves, 4-H, and Red Jackets.

 

Wednesday, April 3, 2019

Any Junior about to be Senior who is planning on taking a course at BPSTIL next year needs to complete the online application.  The application can be found on the HHS webpage. Please go ahead and complete the application even if you have not received your scheduling packet from Mrs. Waldron.

Guest dance contracts for prom are due Friday, April 5.

State Rally participants, please check your email for an important message from Miss Hall.  You will need to make arrangements to travel from HHS to Airline High School after 2nd block on Friday.  If you have any questions, please email or stop by Miss Hall's classroom.

Registration for summer driver’s ed will be Saturday, April 27 from 8:30 to 10. $400 cash or money order in the field house. Students must obtain a temporary instruction permit from the OMV before signing up for the class. Students must turn 15 before the end of July to sign up for the class. The classroom session will be held after school for two weeks beginning the Monday after sign up.  See Mr. Steve Brown or Coach Marston with any questions.

Buccaneers abroad wants you! Spots are available for London and Paris in the spring of 2020. See Mr. S. Brown, Mrs. Duncan, or any of the posters around campus for info!

Student Council will meet today after school in Mrs. Marks room!

4-H will meet Thursday during activity period. Community service item due is Quaker Oat Granola Bars.

Sgt. Morado with the US National Guard will be here on Thursday, April 4th, for a lunch visit in the plaza.

Mrs. Iman's class is selling BUCS flip flops for $25 a pair. They are also selling a tshirt to benefit Dylan Crenshaw as he begins chemotherapy at St. Judes.  A picture of the shirt is on the HHS website. Shirts are $15 and you order from Mrs. Iman.

 

The JV and V softball teams will face Southwood in a district game at home today. JV starts at 5 and V at 6:30. Come support the Lady Bucs in one of the last home games of the season. Students get in free with an ID

 

Princeton Elementary is sponsoring a 5K glow run on Friday, May 3.  For more information, go to their school website to find out how you can sign up!


The following announcements are for SENIORS:

You need to pay your $60 fee to Mrs. Melton ASAP.

Last chance to buy graduation celebration tickets is this week for $50 In Mrs Harlan’s room (S108) during lunch shifts only.  Tickets WILL not be sold at the door!

 

If you are interested in applying for the Kolbe Schufft memorial scholarship, applications may be picked up in Mrs. Thrash’s office.  You must have a 2.75 cumulative GPA and the application must be returned by April 18.

 

  • TUTORING: This week's tutoring will be as follows:

  • Wednesday:Math in S109 with Mrs. Wilson Howard

  • Thursday:  Math in Ward S125 and Science in S112

    • Friday:  English at 6:30 AM with Mrs. Navarro.

 

Tuesday, April 2, 2019

Any Junior about to be Senior who is planning on taking a course at BPSTIL next year needs to complete the online application.  The application can be found on the HHS webpage. Please go ahead and complete the application even if you have not received your scheduling packet from Mrs. Waldron.

 

Guest dance contracts for prom are due Friday, April 5.

 

Registration for summer driver’s ed will be Saturday, April 27 from 8:30 to 10. $400 cash or money order in the field house. Students must obtain a temporary instruction permit from the OMV before signing up for the class. Students must turn 15 before the end of July to sign up for the class. The classroom session will be held after school for two weeks beginning the Monday after sign up.  See Mr. Steve Brown or Coach Marston with any questions.

 

Buccaneers abroad wants you! Spots are available for London and Paris in the spring of 2020. See Mr. S. Brown, Mrs. Duncan, or any of the posters around campus for info!

 

Student Council will meet Wednesday after school in Mrs. Marks room!

 

4-H will meet Thursday during activity period. Community service item due is Quaker Oat Granola Bars.

 

Mrs. Iman's class is selling BUCS flip flops for $25 a pair.

 

Princeton Elementary is sponsoring a 5K glow run on Friday, May 3.  For more information, go to their school website to find out how you can sign up!

 

The following announcements are for SENIORS:

You need to pay your $60 fee to Mrs. Melton ASAP.

Last chance to buy graduation celebration tickets is this week for $50 In Mrs Harlan’s room (S108) during lunch shifts only.  Tickets WILL not be sold at the door!

 

Senior girls- The Shreveport Bossier City Panhellenic Council invites you and a parent  to attend a college sorority recruitment information meeting tonight @ 5:00 at the East Ridge Country Club.  More info can be found on their website www.ShreveportPanhellenic.com.  Mrs. Waldron will forward the information to your school email if you need to confirm the address.

 

If you are interested in taking a CLEP exam, Mrs. Arbuckle is testing a group on Wednesday.  There are 6 spots left. Testing is during 3rd and 4th blocks. Please see her in H1 before school, at lunch or after school. Or you can email her.

 

If you are interested in applying for the Kolbe Schufft memorial scholarship, applications may be picked up in Mrs. Thrash’s office.  You must have a 2.75 cumulative GPA and the application must be returned by April 18.

 

  • TUTORING: This week's tutoring will be as follows:

  • Tuesday: Math with Harlan in S108; Science with Mrs. McKay in S112 and Mrs. Stallcup will have the computer lab in H5 available.

    • Wednesday:Math in S108 with Harlan; Before School at 6:30 English with Mrs. Navarro in EN8

    • Thursday:  Math in Ward S125 and Science in S112

    • Friday:  English at 6:30 AM with Mrs. Navarro.

 

Wednesday, March 28, 2019

Prom is April 13th. Start getting your guest dance contracts turned in. The deadline is April 5th. You have to submit a new guest contract for every dance.

Any Jr. or Sr. interested in participating in Battle of the Schools can see Mrs. Marks in Lab 1. Deadline to sign up is today.

2019 Yearbooks are now on sale .  Get your copy for $65 (cash or check) in Lab 3 during lunch time only.  Sales end March 29th! On line ordering also available!

Seniors:   you need to pay your $60 fee to Mrs. Melton ASAP.

Last chance to buy graduation celebration tickets is Approaching quickly!

They will be on sale April 1-5 for $50 In Mrs Harlan’s room (S108) during lunch shifts only.  Tickets WILL not be sold at the door!

DI is  selling "Split The POT!" raffle tickets until March 29.  Tickets are 1 for $3 and 3 for $5. The winner takes home 1/2 of the proceeds collected.

Anyone interested in being in Pep Squad next year needs to come get an application from Mrs. Duncan by the end of the week.

Anyone wanting to buy a golf t-shirt that did not get a chance the 1st round can come see Ms. Weaver and she will order you one - short sleeved are $15 and long sleeved are $17.

Mrs. Iman's class is selling BUCS lip flops for $25 a pair, contact robin.iman@bossierschools.org or come by E-5.

Student reminder~ If you are needing a Enrollment Form (certificate of attendance) for Drivers Education please see Coach Marston H-6 or Mr. Steve Brown EN3.  You no longer come to the office for these forms.

Zach Haley is nominated for the Times Athlete of the Week.  Go to the Shreveport Times website and VOTE!! Voting ends at noon today, so make sure you take the time today to VOTE!!

Princeton Elementary is sponsoring a 5K glow run on Friday, May 3.  For more information, go to their school website to find out how you can sign up!

Today is Activity Period and the following clubs are meeting:  Beta and NHS, RAK, and BBAC.

 

Wednesday, March 27, 2019

 

Way2Go Wednesday will take place TODAY. The Way2Go Wednesday cart will be in the BUC DEN on all lunch shifts today so you can use your BUC Bucks to enter into one or more of the drawings.

 

Prom is April 13th. Start getting your guest dance contracts turned in. The deadline is April 5th. You have to submit a new guest contract for every dance.

 

Any Jr. or Sr. interested in participating in Battle of the Schools can see Mrs. Marks in Lab 1. Deadline to sign up is Thursday.

 

2019 Yearbooks are now on sale .  Get your copy for $65 (cash or check) in Lab 3 during lunch time only.  Sales end March 29th! On line ordering also available!

 

Seniors:   you need to pay your $60 fee to Mrs. Melton ASAP.

Last chance to buy graduation celebration tickets is Approaching quickly!

They will be on sale April 1-5 for $50 In Mrs Harlan’s room (S108) during lunch shifts only.  Tickets WILL not be sold at the door!

 

DI is  selling "Split The POT!" raffle tickets until March 29.  Tickets are 1 for $3 and 3 for $5. The winner takes home 1/2 of the proceeds collected.

 

Anyone interested in being in Pep Squad next year needs to come get an application from Mrs. Duncan by the end of the week.

 

Anyone wanting to buy a golf t-shirt that did not get a chance the 1st round can come see Ms. Weaver and she will order you one - short sleeved are $15 and long sleeved are $17.

 

Mrs. Iman's class is selling BUCS lip flops for $25 a pair, contact robin.iman@bossierschools.org or come by E-5.

 

Student reminder~ If you are needing a Enrollment Form (certificate of attendance) for Drivers Education please see Coach Marston H-6 or Mr. Steve Brown EN3.  You no longer come to the office for these forms.

 

Zach Haley is nominated for the Times Athlete of the Week.  We need everyone to vote by noon today for Zach!!

 

Tuesday, March 26, 2019

Representatives from Bossier Parish Community College will be in the plaza today during all lunch shifts.

 

Way2Go Wednesday will take place Wednesday, March 27th. The Way2Go Wednesday cart is located in the library today and will be down in the BUC DEN on Wednesday.  Use your BUC Bucks to enter into one or more of the drawings.

 

Prom is April 13th. Start getting your guest dance contracts turned in. The deadline is April 5th. You have to submit a new guest contract for every dance.

 

Any Jr. or Sr. interested in participating in Battle of the Schools can see Mrs. Marks in Lab 1. Deadline to sign up is Thursday.

 

The Spring Blood Drive will be next Tuesday in the Girls Gym.  Please turn in your permission forms NLT than today.

2019 Yearbooks are now on sale .  Get your copy for $65 (cash or check) in Lab 3 during lunch time only.  Sales end March 29th! On line ordering also available!

 

Seniors:   you need to pay your $60 fee to Mrs. Melton ASAP.

Last chance to buy graduation celebration tickets is Approaching quickly!

They will be on sale Monday, April 1-5 for $50 In Mrs Harlan’s room (S108) during lunch shifts only.  Tickets WILL not be sold at the door!

AND,

You will receive a Senior Information Verification form during first block today.  Please take a minute to fill it out completely and legibly as the information will be used for Graduation and Senior Award purposes.  Return it to your teacher TODAY when complete.

 

DI is  selling "Split The POT!" raffle tickets until March 29.  Tickets are 1 for $3 and 3 for $5. The winner takes home 1/2 of the proceeds collected.

 

The Big Red Band's Winter Guard team ranked 6th place out of 19 teams in their classification at their competition at Dutchtown High School this past Saturday.  They are traveling to Thibodaux this coming Saturday for State Championships.

 

Congratulations to Camry Belcher!  She placed 3rd in Plant Sciences at the Region I Science and Engineering Fair.

 

Congratulations to Mrs. Lynette Bailey!  She has been selected as Haughton High School’s support employee of the year.  

 

 

Monday, March 25, 2019

Prom is April 13th. Start getting your guest dance contracts turned in. The dead line is 5th. You have to submit a new guest contract for every dance.

Sign up for Battle of the Schools starts today! Any Jr. or Sr. interested can see Mrs. Marks in Lab 1. Deadline to sign up is Thursday.

The Spring Blood Drive will be next Tuesday in the Girls Gym.  Please turn in your permission forms NLT than tomorrow.  If you are still deciding whether to donate, think about this.  Twenty- year old Dylan Broussard, of Carlyss, LA was diagnosed with Leukemia 2 years ago while a senior in high school. Tests revealed that the cancer had spread to over 79% of his body.  With the help of blood donors, Dylan has been strong and receiving the lifesaving treatment he needs to continue battling his Leukemia. It is not too late to register. Donate next week.

Last week, the Haughton HS Marksmanship Team competed in the Louisiana 4H Shooting Sports Air Rifle Regional Championships.   In 3 Position Targets, Brandon Moll, Xander Wolf and Brock Houston earned 1st, 2nd and 5th place respectively.  In Standing Only, Xander Wolf and Brandon Moll earned 3rd and 5th place respectively and overall Brock Houston earned 5th place, Xander Wolf 7th place and Brandon Moll 9th place.  Finally, all 3 members and Hailey Reeves earned 1st place as a team and will move on to the State Championships in April.

Any upcoming 11th or 12th grade student who is interested in taking a course at BPSTIL next school year, see your counselor asap during your lunch shift only.  

Deadline for applications may be before you receive your scheduling packet.

2019 Yearbooks are now on sale .  Get your copy for $65 (cash or check) in Lab 3 during lunch time only.  Sales end March 29th! On line ordering also available!

Seniors:   you need to pay your $60 fee to Mrs. Melton ASAP.

Last chance to buy graduation celebration tickets is Approaching quickly!

They will be on sale Monday, April 1-5 for $50 In Mrs Harlan’s room (S108) during lunch shifts only.  Tickets WILL not be sold at the door!

DI is  selling "Split The POT!" raffle tickets until March 29.  Tickets are 1 for $3 and 3 for $5. The winner takes home 1/2 of the proceeds collected.

 

Friday,March 15, 2019

Today,  RAK will be hosting a Jean Day Fundraiser. Please pay your 1st block teacher $5 if you are wearing jeans.

Congratulations to our golf team for winning their tournament yesterday. Corbin Merritt has the best score of all male golfers in the entire tournament!

Congratulations to the boys track team for placing 2nd at the Bossier meet yesterday.  1st place winners were Derion Phil in the 100, and Jaleel Mouton in the 400. 2nd place finshers were DJ Gilbert in the 800, Montoya Bonaparte in the High Jump, the 4x100 and 4x200 meter relay teams consisting of Keyshawn Davis, Brian Feaster, Jacob Stephens  and Derion Phil. 3rd place finishers were Carter Griffin in the 100, Derion Phil in the 200 and the 4x400 meter relay consisting of Brian Feaster, DJ Gilbert, Jaleel Mouton and Fish.

Congrats the girls were 3rd last night in the Bossier track meet.

1st Jiana Burgess -- high jump

1st Jiana Burgess --  800

2nd Hannah Robinson -- high jump

2nd Stephanie Cleveland -- 200

4 x 100 & 4 x 200 were both 3rd --- Alysha Hardman, Stephanie Cleveland, Bree Reynolds, Taralyn Sweeney and Deshonia Davis

 

Prom is April 13th. Start getting your guest dance contracts turned in. The dead line is 5th. You have to submit a new guest contract for every dance.

 

NHS members, if you have not signed up to bring drinks for Teacher Appreciation Week, please go by Lab 2 and do so.

 

Any upcoming 11th or 12th grade student who is interested in taking a course at BPSTIL next school year, see your counselor asap during your lunch shift only.  

Deadline for applications may be before you receive your scheduling packet.

 

Sophomores interested in applying for Bossier Youth Leadership need to see Mrs. Thrash on your lunch shift.

 

2019 Yearbooks are now on sale .  Get your copy for $65 (cash or check) in Lab 3 during lunch time only.  Sales end March 29th! On line ordering also available!


There are several things with deadlines TODAY:

Jumpstart Summer Enrichment Program applications--see Mrs. Schufft.

Student Council General membership applications--see Mrs. Marks

AND, Girls’ State applications--see Mrs. Thrash

 

The "Drop off table" has four unclaimed lunch boxes.  If you are missing a lunch box, please come to the office and see if any of these is yours.

 

Juniors:  you need to complete the Ring Ding form ASAP and Seniors:   you need to pay your $60 fee to Mrs. Melton ASAP.

 

Don’t forget about TODAY’S Field Day after school.  Cost is $5 per student and you can get more information from the ROTC cadets in the plaza during lunch and on KHHS this morning.

DI is  selling "Split The POT!" raffle tickets until March 29.  Tickets are 1 for $3 and 3 for $5. The winner takes home 1/2 of the proceeds collected.

 

Thursday, March 14, 2019

Tomorrow, March 15,  RAK will be hosting a Jean Day Fundraiser. Please wear your school approved blue jeans and pay your 1st block teacher $5.

Prom is April 13th. Start getting your guest dance contracts turned in. The dead line is 5th. You have to submit a new guest contract for every dance.

NHS members, if you have not signed up to bring drinks for Teacher Appreciation Week, please go by Lab 2 and do so.

Senior Favorites, Student Council, and Mr and Miss HHS voting continues TODAY! Head to haughton.voting4schools.com to vote! Lab building will be open during lunch shifts or you can vote from your phone! Make sure you VOTE!!

Any upcoming 11th or 12th grade student who is interested in taking a course at BPSTIL next school year, see your counselor asap during your lunch shift only.  

Deadline for applications may be before you receive your scheduling packet.

Sophomores interested in applying for Bossier Youth Leadership need to see Mrs. Thrash on your lunch shift.

2019 Yearbooks are now on sale .  Get your copy for $65 (cash or check) in Lab 3 during lunch time only.  Sales end March 29th! On line ordering also available!

There are several things with deadlines for tomorrow:

Jumpstart Summer Enrichment Program applications--see Mrs. Schufft.

Student Council General membership applications--see Mrs. Marks

AND, Girls’ State applications--see Mrs. Thrash

Juniors:  you need to complete the Ring Ding form ASAP and Seniors:   you need to pay your $60 fee to Mrs. Melton ASAP.

Don’t forget about tomorrow’s Field Day after school.  Cost is $5 per student and you can get more information from the ROTC cadets in the plaza during lunch.

DI is  selling "Split The POT!" raffle tickets until March 29.  Tickets are 1 for $3 and 3 for $5. The winner takes home 1/2 of the proceeds collected.

Today is teacher advisory during Activity Period.  Please refer to the presentation Mrs. Hall emailed yesterday.

 

Wednesday, March 13, 2019

This Friday, March 15,  RAK will be hosting a Jean Day Fundraiser. Please wear your school approved blue jeans and pay your 1st block teacher $5.

Senior Favorites, Student Council, and Mr and Miss HHS voting starts TODAY! Head to haughton.voting4schools.com to vote! Lab building will be open during lunch shifts or you can vote from your phone!

If you registered for Ring Ding, PLEASE complete the google form that has been sent to your bossierstudents email account as soon as possible.  You will not receive your t-shirt if you have not completed this google form.

 

General membership to Student Council has been extended to Friday, March 15th. You can pick up a packet from Mrs. Marks in Lab 1.

 

Any upcoming 11th or 12th grade student who is interested in taking a course at BPSTIL next school year, see your counselor asap during your lunch shift only.  

Deadline for applications may be before you receive your scheduling packet.

 

Junior Girls.. Girls State applications are now available in Mrs. Thrash's office. These are due Friday March 15th by the end of the day.

 

Sophomores interested in applying for Bossier Youth Leadership need to see Mrs. Thrash on your lunch shift.

 

Seniors who have not paid their $60 Senior Fee need to take care of this ASAP.  $60 cash or money order can be paid to Mrs. Melton before or after school or during lunch.

 

2019 Yearbooks are now on sale .  Get your copy for $65 (cash or check) in Lab 3 during lunch time only.  Sales end March 29th! On line ordering also available!

 

If you are interested in the Jumpstart Summer Enrichment Program which targets students interested in pursuing careers in Medicine, Dentistry, Biomedical Research or Allied Health Professions you need to see Mrs. Schufft in the main office for an application.

APPLICATION DEADLINE – March 15.

 

Friday’s Field Day after school is getting more exciting.  The split the pot winnings for the best team is up to $100.00 and climbing.  So register your 4-person team and test your coordination, teamwork and skills in 7 challenges.  

Cost is $5.00 for each student.  Half the proceeds will go to Saint Judes in memory of Cody Hollowoa who was a HHS student who passed away in 2016..  Visit cadets at the table in the courtyard during lunch. This event is open to anyone and everyone school-wide!

 

DI is  selling "Split The POT!" raffle tickets now, March 11th through Friday, March 29th.  Tickets are 1 for $3 and 3 for $5. The winner takes home 1/2 of the proceeds collected. Drawing takes place Friday, March 29th, at 2 pm.  Hurry and get your raffle tickets and help support Destination Imagination.

 

The U.S. Navy will be on campus Wednesday, March 13th during lunch shifts in the plaza.

 

Mississippi State University will be on campus Thursday, March 14th during lunch shifts in the plaza.

Tuesday, March 12, 2019

This Friday, March 15,  RAK will be hosting a Jean Day Fundraiser. Please wear your school approved blue jeans and pay your 1st block teacher $5.

 

Senior Favorites, Student Council, and Mr and Miss HHS voting starts TODAY! Head to haughton.voting4schools.com to vote! Lab building will be open during lunch shifts or you can vote from your phone!

 

If you registered for Ring Ding, PLEASE complete the google form that has been sent to your bossierstudents email account as soon as possible.  You will not receive your t-shirt if you have not completed this google form.

 

General membership to Student Council has been extended to Friday, March 15th. You can pick up a packet from Mrs. Marks in Lab 1.

 

Any upcoming 11th or 12th grade student who is interested in taking a course at BPSTIL next school year, see your counselor asap during your lunch shift only.  

Deadline for applications may be before you receive your scheduling packet.

 

Junior Girls.. Girls State applications are now available in Mrs. Thrash's office. These are due Friday March 15th by the end of the day.

 

Seniors who have not paid their $60 Senior Fee need to take care of this ASAP.  $60 cash or money order can be paid to Mrs. Melton before or after school or during lunch.

 

2019 Yearbooks are now on sale .  Get your copy for $65 (cash or check) in Lab 3 during lunch time only.  Sales end March 29th! On line ordering also available!

 

If you are interested in the Jumpstart Summer Enrichment Program which targets students interested in pursuing careers in Medicine, Dentistry, Biomedical Research or Allied Health Professions you need to see Mrs. Schufft in the main office for an application.

APPLICATION DEADLINE – March 15.

 

Friday’s Field Day after school is getting more exciting.  The split the pot winnings for the best team is up to $100.00 and climbing.  So register your 4-person team and test your coordination, teamwork and skills in 7 challenges.  

Cost is $5.00 for each student.  Half the proceeds will go to Saint Judes in memory of Cody Hollowoa who was a HHS student who passed away in 2016..  Visit cadets at the table in the courtyard during lunch. This event is open to anyone and everyone school-wide!

 

Color guard will practice from 2:30 until 4:00 in the large JROTC classroom.

 

Destination Imagination is raising funds to compete in Destination Imagination Globals in Kansas City, Missouri.  Come support them tonight at Johnny's Pizza on Hwy 80 between 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. for dine in or carry out. DI is also selling "Split The POT!" raffle tickets now, March 11th through Friday, March 29th.  Tickets are 1 for $3 and 3 for $5. The winner takes home 1/2 of the proceeds collected. Drawing takes place Friday, March 29th, at 2 pm. Hurry and get your raffle tickets and help support Destination Imagination.

 

The U.S. Navy will be on campus Wednesday, March 13th during lunch shifts in the plaza.

 

Mississippi State University will be on campus Thursday, March 14th during lunch shifts in the plaza.

 

Monday, March 11, 2019

If you registered for Ring Ding, PLEASE complete the google form that has been sent to your bossierstudents email account as soon as possible.  You will not receive your t-shirt if you have not completed this google form.

 

General membership to Student Council has been extended to Friday, March 15th. You can pick up a packet from Mrs. Marks in Lab 1.

 

Any upcoming 11th or 12th grade student who is interested in taking a course at BPSTIL next school year, see your counselor asap during your lunch shift only.  

Deadline for applications may be before you receive your scheduling packet.

 

Junior Girls.. Girls State applications are now available in Mrs. Thrash's office. These are due Friday March 15th by the end of the day.

 

Seniors who have not paid their $60 Senior Fee need to take care of this ASAP.  $60 cash or money order can be paid to Mrs. Melton before or after school or during lunch.

 

2019 Yearbooks are now on sale .  Get your copy for $65 (cash or check) in Lab 3 during lunch time only.  Sales end March 29th! On line ordering also available!

 

If you are interested in the Jumpstart Summer Enrichment Program which targets students interested in pursuing careers in Medicine, Dentistry, Biomedical Research or Allied Health Professions you need to see Mrs. Schufft in the main office for an application.

APPLICATION DEADLINE – March 15.

 

Our HHS Spring Blood Drive will be held on April 2nd.  Teachers, please return blood drive sign-up sheets to JROTC today.

 

Friday’s Field Day after school is getting more exciting.  The split the pot winnings for the best team is up to $100.00 and climbing.  So register your 4-person team and test your coordination, teamwork and skills in 7 challenges.  

Cost is $5.00 for each student.  Half the proceeds will go to Saint Judes in memory of Cody Hollowoa who was a HHS student who passed away in 2016..  Visit cadets at the table in the courtyard during lunch. This event is open to anyone and everyone school-wide!

 

Congratulations to the HHS Cyber Defense Team.  It is official, they won their CyberPatriot All Service Silver Tier Semi-Finals.  Team members included Jacob Schomburg, David Farmer, Kevin Olvera and Kaleb Mahoney with team mentors, Camden Campbell, Jeremiah Hadwin and Nathan Schroeter.

 

Also, congratulations to the HHS Marksmanship Team.  They competed in the Civilian Marksmanship Program Air Rifle State Championships this weekend and earned 5th place overall.  Five members of the team had personal bests with Emily Ritter improving her score by 60 points out of 600. Next up is the 4H Regional Championships over Spring break.  Good Luck.

 

Drill team will practice today from 2:30 until 4:00 in the large JROTC classroom. Color guard will practice tomorrow the same place and time.

 

Destination Imagination is raising funds to compete in Destination Imagination Globals in Kansas City, Missouri.  Come support them on Tuesday, March 12th, at Johnny's Pizza on Hwy 80 between 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. for dine in or carry out.  Hope to see you there.

 

Tomorrow is ACT testing day. Please check with your first block about your location tomorrow.  Tester locations will be posted in the foyer of the H building and on the windows of the S building.

 

The HHS choir participated in the annual Louisiana Music Educators' Association choral festival this past Friday and returned to HHS with  a superior concert rating. Way to go Haughton singers.

 

Congratulations to the track team for their performance at the Airline Track meet which was held Friday.  Solan Culver placed first in the javelin. Killian Henninger placed 2nd in the mile run, Montoya Bonaparte was 3rd in the Long Jump and Xander Morris was 3rd in the javelin.  

 

Congrats to girls track team:

 

1st -- jiana Burgess in the high jump     2nd -- in the 400

2nd -- Hanna Robinson in the high jump ///    Team got 3rd

 

Friday, March 8, 2019

If you registered for Ring Ding, PLEASE complete the google form that has been sent to your bossierstudents email account as soon as possible.  You will not receive your t-shirt if you have not completed this google form.

 

Nominations for senior favorites end today! Only seniors are available to vote at this time. They can access the website from any computer or phone.

https://haughton.voting4schools.com/

Voting will end today at 2:30!

 

General membership to Student Council has been extended to Friday, March 15th. You can pick up a packet from Mrs. Marks in Lab 1.

 

Any upcoming 11th or 12th grade student who is interested in taking a course at BPSTIL next school year, see your counselor asap during your lunch shift only.  

Deadline for applications may be before you receive your scheduling packet.

 

Junior Girls.. Girls State applications are now available in Mrs. Thrash's office. These are due, next Friday March 15th by the end of the day.

 

Seniors who have not paid their $60 Senior Fee need to take care of this ASAP.  $60 cash or money order can be paid to Mrs. Melton before or after school or during lunch.

 

2019 Yearbooks are now on sale .  Get your copy for $65 (cash or check) in Lab 3 during lunch time only.  Sales end March 29th! On line ordering also available!

 

If you are interested in the Jumpstart Summer Enrichment Program which targets students interested in pursuing careers in Medicine, Dentistry, Biomedical Research or Allied Health Professions you need to see Mrs. Schufft in the main office for an application.

APPLICATION DEADLINE – March 15.

 

HHS will have our Spring Blood Drive on Tuesday, April 2nd. The Shreveport Bossier Area blood supply has reached a critically low level, it is currently at less than a 1-day supply. A safe inventory level is a 3-day supply of each blood type.  Help our community be ready for the need, especially for emergencies. One donation can save as many as 3 lives. You must be 16 years old or older on Apr 2nd to donate.

Next Friday’s Field Day after school is getting more exciting.  The split the pot winnings for the best team is up to $100.00 and climbing.  So register your 4-person team and test your coordination, teamwork and skills in 7 challenges.  

Cost is $5.00 for each student.  Half the proceeds will go to Saint Judes in memory of Cody Hollowoa who was a HHS student who passed away in 2016..  Visit cadets at the table in the courtyard during lunch. This event is open to anyone and everyone school-wide!

 

Destination Imagination is raising funds to compete in Destination Imagination Globals in Kansas City, Missouri.  Come support them on Tuesday, March 12th, at Johnny's Pizza on Hwy 80 between 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. for dine in or carry out.  Hope to see you there.

 

Wednesday, March 7, 2019

If you registered for Ring Ding, PLEASE complete the google form that has been sent to your bossierstudents email account as soon as possible.  You will not receive your t-shirt if you have not completed this google form.

 

Nominations for senior favorites start today! Only seniors are available to vote at this time. They can access the website from any computer or phone.

 

https://haughton.voting4schools.com/

 

Voting will end tomorrow at 2:30!

 

Seniors who have not paid their $60 Senior Fee need to take care of this ASAP.  $60 cash or money order can be paid to Mrs. Melton before or after school or during lunch.

 

2019 Yearbooks are now on sale .  Get your copy for $65 (cash or check) in Lab 3 during lunch time only.  Sales end March 29th! On line ordering also available!

 

If you are interested in the Jumpstart Summer Enrichment Program which targets students interested in pursuing careers in Medicine, Dentistry, Biomedical Research or Allied Health Professions you need to see Mrs. Schufft in the main office for an application.

APPLICATION DEADLINE – March 15.

Today is the deadline to submit an application for class president and/or general member of Student Council.  See Mrs. Marks.

 

HHS will have our Spring Blood Drive on Tuesday, April 2nd. The Shreveport Bossier Area blood supply has reached a critically low level, it is currently at less than a 1-day supply. A safe inventory level is a 3-day supply of each blood type.  Help our community be ready for the need, especially for emergencies. One donation can save as many as 3 lives. You must be 16 years old or older on Apr 2nd to donate. Sign-up sheets will go out on Wednesday to homeroom teachers.

 

Start out Spring Break with some fun on Friday March 15th.  Our Haughton cadets will be hosting a field day competition after school that day.  Test your coordination and team work with challenges such as the spider web, team skiis and log roll.  Test your strength, speed and agility with the shuttle run, push-up, sit-up and more.  Cost will be $5.00 for each student and will go into a split the pot. Half the proceeds will go to Saint Judes in memory of Cody Hollowoa, who was a HHS senior student who passed away in 2016.  The other half will be distributed to the winning teams of four students. For more information, visit cadets at the table in the E-Bldg foyer during lunch. This event is open to anyone and everyone school-wide!

 

Destination Imagination is raising funds to compete in Destination Imagination Globals in Kansas City, Missouri.  Come support them on Tuesday, March 12th, at Johnny's Pizza on Hwy 80 between 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. for dine in or carry out.  Hope to see you there.

 

Baseball player Peyton Stovall is nominated for the Times player of the week.  Download the app and vote for Peyton! Voting ends today!

 

The FR Bucs defeated Castor yesterday 23-6. Ryan Rimmer got the win, throwing 3 shutout innings. Logan Carmack came in and pitched 2 scoreless innings also. The FR Bucs will be back in action Monday March 11 @ Haughton vs Parkway. Come support your FR Bucs.

 

Today is Activity Period and the following clubs are meeting:

PBIS Advisory, Kitty Hawk, and Student Council will be meeting in the library.  Everyone running for Student Council officer needs to attend this meeting, too.

 

 

Wednesday, March 6, 2019

If you registered for Ring Ding, PLEASE complete the google form that has been sent to your bossierstudents email account as soon as possible.  You will not receive your t-shirt if you have not completed this google form.

 

Seniors who have not paid their $60 Senior Fee need to take care of this ASAP.  $60 cash or money order can be paid to Mrs. Melton before or after school or during lunch.

 

2019 Yearbooks are now on sale .  Get your copy for $65 (cash or check) in Lab 3 during lunch time only.  Sales end March 29th! On line ordering also available!

 

If you are interested in the Jumpstart Summer Enrichment Program which targets students interested in pursuing careers in Medicine, Dentistry, Biomedical Research or Allied Health Professions you need to see Mrs. Schufft in the main office for an application.

APPLICATION DEADLINE – March 15.

Student Council applications for Class President and General Members are available in Mrs. Marks room. Deadline to submit application is March 7th!

 

HHS will have our Spring Blood Drive on Tuesday, April 2nd. The Shreveport Bossier Area blood supply has reached a critically low level, it is currently at less than a 1-day supply. A safe inventory level is a 3-day supply of each blood type.  Help our community be ready for the need, especially for emergencies. One donation can save as many as 3 lives. You must be 16 years old or older on Apr 2nd to donate. Sign-up sheets will go out on Wednesday to homeroom teachers.

 

Start out Spring Break with some fun on Friday March 15th.  Our Haughton cadets will be hosting a field day competition after school that day.  Test your coordination and team work with challenges such as the spider web, team skiis and log roll.  Test your strength, speed and agility with the shuttle run, push-up, sit-up and more.  Cost will be $5.00 for each student and will go into a split the pot. Half the proceeds will go to Saint Judes in memory of Cody Hollowoa, who was a HHS senior student who passed away in 2016.  The other half will be distributed to the winning teams of four students. For more information, visit cadets at the table in the E-Bldg foyer during lunch. This event is open to anyone and everyone school-wide!

 

Destination Imagination is raising funds to compete in Destination Imagination Globals in Kansas City, Missouri.  Come support them on Tuesday, March 12th, at Johnny's Pizza on Hwy 80 between 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. for dine in or carry out.  Hope to see you there.

 

Baseball player Peyton Stovall is nominated for the Times player of the week.  Download the app and vote for Peyton! Voting ends Thursday!

 

The varsity baseball team will play Northwood tonight at Northwood at 5:00.

 

The freshmen team swept Byrd last night. Ethan Robinson was the winning pitcher in game 1, as the Bucs used a 7 run 3rd to defeat the Jackets 8-5. Parker Lowrie and Coleman Stafford both hit doubles in the win. Chandler Lytle got the win in game 2 as the Bucs won 4-1. Joshua Sewell had a pair of hits, Roman Tolbert doubled, and Sergio Delgado had a hit as well. The freshmen team is back in action today. They will face Castor at home at 5:00.

 

The Lady Bucs softball team improved to 7-2 overall and 3-0 in district with a 12-1 victory over Byrd.  Brooklynn Bockhaus was 2 for 3 with a homerun and 5 RBI’s. Briley Leblanc was 2 for 3 with a homerun, a triple, and 3 RBI’s.  Reagan Jorstad was 3 for 4 with a homerun and 3 RBI’s. Madison Trujillo was 3 for 3 with a double and an RBI. Shelby Hensley was 2 for 3 with a double.  Mia McWilliams and Whitley Cannon also had hits and Whitley was the winning pitcher. The Lady Bucs have a big district showdown with undefeated and number one ranked Airline Thursday, so come out and support your Lady Bucs.

 

CONGRATULATIONS to the HHS Boys bowling team on winning District.

Playoffs will be on March 25 and/or March 26 either at New Orleans or

Lafayette and will be announced at a later date.

 

Tuesday, March 5, 2019

If you registered for Ring Ding, PLEASE complete the google form that has been sent to your bossierstudents email account as soon as possible.  You will not receive your t-shirt if you have not completed this google form.

 

2019 Yearbooks are now on sale .  Get your copy for $65 (cash or check) in Lab 3 during lunch time only.  Sales end March 29th! On line ordering also available!

 

If you are interested in the Jumpstart Summer Enrichment Program which targets students interested in pursuing careers in Medicine, Dentistry, Biomedical Research or Allied Health Professions you need to see Mrs. Schufft in the main office for an application.

APPLICATION DEADLINE – March 15.

Student Council applications for Class President and General Members are available in Mrs. Marks room. Deadline to submit application is March 7th!

 

HHS will have our Spring Blood Drive on Tuesday, April 2nd. The Shreveport Bossier Area blood supply has reached a critically low level, it is currently at less than a 1-day supply. A safe inventory level is a 3-day supply of each blood type.  Help our community be ready for the need, especially for emergencies. One donation can save as many as 3 lives. You must be 16 years old or older on Apr 2nd to donate. Sign-up sheets will go out on Wednesday to homeroom teachers.

 

Start out Spring Break with some fun on Friday March 15th.  Our Haughton cadets will be hosting a field day competition after school that day.  Test your coordination and team work with challenges such as the spider web, team skiis and log roll.  Test your strength, speed and agility with the shuttle run, push-up, sit-up and more.  Cost will be $5.00 for each student and will go into a split the pot. Half the proceeds will go to Saint Judes in memory of Cody Hollowoa, who was a HHS senior student who passed away in 2016.  The other half will be distributed to the winning teams of four students. For more information, visit cadets at the table in the E-Bldg foyer during lunch. This event is open to anyone and everyone school-wide!

 

Baseball player Peyton Stovall is nominated for the Times player of the week.  Download the app and vote for Peyton! Voting ends Thursday

 

Monday,March 4, 2019

If you registered for Ring Ding, PLEASE complete the google form that has been sent to your bossierstudents email account as soon as possible.  You will not receive your t-shirt if you have not completed this google form.

 

If you are interested in the Jumpstart Summer Enrichment Program which targets students interested in pursuing careers in Medicine, Dentistry, Biomedical Research or Allied Health Professions you need to see Mrs. Schufft in the main office for an application.

APPLICATION DEADLINE – March 15.

Last day for  registration for the April 13th ACT test is March 8th.  There is a late fee after this date. Any student wanting to take Dual Enrollment courses must have an ACT score and meet board requirements.  Register at act.org now so your scores will be back in time to schedule for next school years classes.

 

Student Council applications for Class President and General Members are available in Mrs. Marks room. Deadline to submit application is March 7th!

 

Have some fun with JROTC.  The cadets will be hosting a field day competition after school on Friday March 15th.  Test your coordination and team work with challenges such as the spider web, team skiis and log roll.  Test your strength, speed and agility with the shuttle run, push-up, sit-up and more. Cost will be $5.00 for each student and will go into a split the pot.  Half the proceeds will go to charity and the other half will be distributed to the winning teams of four students. For more information, visit cadets at the table in the E-Bldg foyer during lunch starting tomorrow.  This event is open to anyone and everyone school-wide!

 

Marksmanship practice will be indoors today after school.

 

Drill team will practice today from 2:30 until 3:30 in the large classroom. Color guard will practice tomorrow the same place and time.

 

Thursday, February 28, 2019

If you registered for Ring Ding, PLEASE complete the google form that has been sent to your bossierstudents email account as soon as possible.  You will not receive your t-shirt if you have not completed this google form. There will be chrome books in Mrs. Harlan's room on Friday during lunch shifts for you to use to complete the form.  Please remember to get these done as soon as possible.

 

Attention Seniors:  Outstanding Senior resumes are now being accepted. See website for more information. Deadline to submit a resume is tomorrow, March 1st @ 2:30.

 

If you are interested in the Jumpstart Summer Enrichment Program which targets students interested in pursuing careers in Medicine, Dentistry, Biomedical Research or Allied Health Professions you need to see Mrs. Schufft in the main office for an application.

APPLICATION DEADLINE – March 15.

Last day for  registration for the April 13th ACT test is March 8th.  There is a late fee after this date. Any student wanting to take Dual Enrollment courses must have an ACT score and meet board requirements.  Register at act.org now so your scores will be back in time to schedule for next school years classes.

 

Any Junior boy who is interested in attending Boys State this summer, please see Mrs. Waldron or Mrs. Thrash for an application.  Completed applications will be due Friday, March 1.

 

Tonight is the  informational meeting for all Juniors and your parents at 5:30 PM in the Boys' Gym.  

 

Student Council applications for Class President and General Members are available in Mrs. Marks room. Deadline to submit application is March 7th!

 

Applications to try out for Highstepper are due to Mrs. Weinreber tomorrow.

 

Thurs something going on in the Library Day is today during all lunch shifts.   It's "The Way They Were" Day. Come explore retro devices like tape players, slide projectors, record players, typewriters, and a film projection movie from the HHS football team from 1979.  There will also be a video from 1954 on how to use the rotary phone. Popcorn will be served. Come to the library today during lunch to see what's going on in the library.

 

The tutoring schedule for today is:

Math in room S125 with Mrs. Ward

Science in room S112 with Mrs. McKay

 

 

Wednesday, February 27, 2019

If you registered for Ring Ding, PLEASE complete the google form that has been sent to your bossierstudents email account as soon as possible.  You will not receive your t-shirt if you have not completed this google form.

 

Attention Seniors:  Outstanding Senior resumes are now being accepted. See website for more information. Deadline to submit a resume is March 1st @ 2:30.

 

If you are interested in the Jumpstart Summer Enrichment Program which targets students interested in pursuing careers in Medicine, Dentistry, Biomedical Research or Allied Health Professions you need to see Mrs. Schufft in the main office for an application.

APPLICATION DEADLINE – March 15.

Last day for  registration for the April 13th ACT test is March 8th.  There is a late fee after this date. Any student wanting to take Dual Enrollment courses must have an ACT score and meet board requirements.  Register at act.org now so your scores will be back in time to schedule for next school years classes.

 

Any Junior boy who is interested in attending Boys State this summer, please see Mrs. Waldron or Mrs. Thrash for an application.  Completed applications will be due Friday, March 1.

 

HHS is excited to host an informational meeting for all Juniors on February 28th at 5:30 PM in the Boys' Gym.  11th grade students and parents are encouraged to attend. You’ll receive information about scheduling, scholarships, college planning, the March 12th ACT,  and more.

 

Student Council applications for Class President and General Members are available in Mrs. Marks room. Deadline to submit application is March 7th!

 

Highstepper tryouts will be March 14th-16th. You must have completed one year of band or pep squad to tryout. Applications will be available starting Monday February 25th from Mrs. Weinreber's room S218 during non-class times. Applications are due Friday March 1st.

 

Thurs something going on in the Library Day will be held on Thursday, February 28th.  It's "The Way They Were" Day. Come explore retro devices like tape players, slide projectors, record players, typewriters, and a film projection movie from the HHS football team from 1979.  There will also be a video from 1954 on how to use the rotary phone. Popcorn will be served. Come out to see what's going on in the library.



 

The tutoring schedule for today is:

2:30 - 3:30 Math in S 108 with Mrs. Harlan

 

Tuesday, February 26, 2019

Attention Seniors:  Outstanding Senior resumes are now being accepted. See website for more information. Deadline to submit a resume is March 1st @ 2:30.

If you are interested in the Jumpstart Summer Enrichment Program which targets students interested in pursuing careers in Medicine, Dentistry, Biomedical Research or Allied Health Professions you need to see Mrs. Schufft in the main office for an application.

APPLICATION DEADLINE – March 15.

Last day for  registration for the April 13th ACT test is March 8th.  There is a late fee after this date. Any student wanting to take Dual Enrollment courses must have an ACT score and meet board requirements.  Register at act.org now so your scores will be back in time to schedule for next school years classes.

 

Any Junior boy who is interested in attending Boys State this summer, please see Mrs. Waldron or Mrs. Thrash for an application.  Completed applications will be due Friday, March 1.

 

ETBU will be on campus during all lunch shifts today, February 26th.  

 

HHS is excited to host an informational meeting for all Juniors on February 28th at 5:30 PM in the Boys' Gym.  11th grade students and parents are encouraged to attend. You’ll receive information about scheduling, scholarships, college planning, the March 12th ACT,  and more.

 

Student Council applications for Class President and General Members are available in Mrs. Marks room. Deadline to submit application is March 7th!

 

Cheerleader tryout applications are due to Mrs. Shaw today  by 2:30 p.m.

 

Highstepper tryouts will be March 14th-16th. You must have completed one year of band or pep squad to tryout. Applications will be available starting Monday February 25th from Mrs. Weinreber's room S218 during non-class times. Applications are due Friday March 1st.

 

Thurs something going on in the Library Day will be held on Thursday, February 28th.  It's "The Way They Were" Day. Come explore retro devices like tape players, slide projectors, record players, typewriters, and a film projection movie from the HHS football team from 1979.  There will also be a video from 1954 on how to use the rotary phone. Popcorn will be served. Come out to see what's going on in the library.



 

The tutoring schedule for today is:

Math in room S108 with Mrs. Harlan

Science in room S112 with Mrs. McKay

Computer lab usage in H5 with Mrs. Stallcup

 

Our Varsity baseball team moves on to 2-0 on the season after a nice 5-2 comeback victory over Ouachita. The offense plated 4 in the bottom of the 6th thanks to 4 consecutive 2 out hits. Logan Wilkerson was the winning pitcher.

 

Peyton Stovall 2/3 with a double

Landon Thompson 2/3 with a double and inside the park home run.

Dustin Barron 2/3 with a double and a RBI

The Bucs will travel to Sterlington today. First pitch is set for 5:00.

 

The JV and V softball teams will face Parkway in a home district game today. JV starts at 4 and Varsity at 5:30. Students get in free with a student ID.

 

Congratulations to our bowling team on their win yesterday.  High games were Brandon Simmons--209; Cameron Silba--206; Cameron Stone--190 and High Series was Brandan Simmons--564.  Last bowling match for the season will be Thursday 2/28 at Holiday Lanes vs Captain Shreve.

 

Monday, February 25, 2019

Attention Seniors:  Outstanding Senior resumes are now being accepted. See website for more information. Deadline to submit a resume is March 1st @ 2:30.

If you are interested in the Jumpstart Summer Enrichment Program which targets students interested in pursuing careers in Medicine, Dentistry, Biomedical Research or Allied Health Professions you need to see Mrs. Schufft in the main office for an application.

APPLICATION DEADLINE – March 15.

Last day for  registration for the April 13th ACT test is March 8th.  There is a late fee after this date. Any student wanting to take Dual Enrollment courses must have an ACT score and meet board requirements.  Register at act.org now so your scores will be back in time to schedule for next school years classes.

 

Any Junior boy who is interested in attending Boys State this summer, please see Mrs. Waldron or Mrs. Thrash for an application.  Completed applications will be due Friday, March 1.

 

HHS is excited to host an informational meeting for all Juniors on February 28th at 5:30 PM in the Boys' Gym.  11th grade students and parents are encouraged to attend. You’ll receive information about scheduling, scholarships, college planning, the March 12th ACT,  and more.


 

Cheerleader tryout applications are available in Mrs. Shaw’s room H-10.  They need to be returned to Mrs. Shaw no later than 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, February 26.

 

Highstepper tryouts will be March 14th-16th. You must have completed one year of band or pep squad to tryout. Applications will be available starting Monday February 25th from Mrs. Weinreber's room S218 during non-class times. Applications are due Friday March 1st.

 

Thurs something going on in the Library Day will be held on Thursday, February 28th.  It's "The Way They Were" Day. Come explore retro devices like tape players, slide projectors, record players, typewriters, and a film projection movie from the HHS football team from 1979.  There will also be a video from 1954 on how to use

 

Friday, February 22, 2019

Attention Seniors:  Outstanding Senior resumes are now being accepted. See website for more information. Deadline to submit a resume is March 1st @ 2:30.

 

If you are interested in the Jumpstart Summer Enrichment Program which targets students interested in pursuing careers in Medicine, Dentistry, Biomedical Research or Allied Health Professions you need to see Mrs. Schufft in the main office for an application.

APPLICATION DEADLINE – March 15.

Attention Juniors:  Early Registration for Ring Ding ends today.  Pay your $25 cash to Mrs. Harlan in S108 during lunch shifts only.

 

Last day for  registration for the April 13th ACT test is March 8th.  There is a late fee after this date. Any student wanting to take Dual Enrollment courses must have an ACT score and meet board requirements.  Register at act.org now so your scores will be back in time to schedule for next school years classes.

 

Any Junior boy who is interested in attending Boys State this summer, please see Mrs. Waldron or Mrs. Thrash for an application.  Completed applications will be due Friday, March 1.

 

HHS is excited to host an informational meeting for all Juniors on February 28th at 5:30 PM in the Boys' Gym.  11th grade students and parents are encouraged to attend. You’ll receive information about scheduling, scholarships, college planning, the March 12th ACT,  and more.

 

Students:  If you had artwork hanging in the booth for i3 festival, please pick up from Mrs. Lombardino during non class times.

 

Cheerleader tryout applications are available in Mrs. Shaw’s room H-10.  They need to be returned to Mrs. Shaw no later than 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, February 26.

 

Highstepper tryouts will be March 14th-16th. You must have completed one year of band or pep squad to tryout. Applications will be available starting Monday February 25th from Mrs. Weinreber's room S218 during non-class times. Applications are due Friday March 1st.

 

Thurs something going on in the Library Day will be held on Thursday, February 28th.  It's "The Way They Were" Day. Come explore retro devices like tape players, slide projectors, record players, typewriters, and a film projection movie from the HHS football team from 1979.  There will also be a video from 1954 on how to use the rotary phone. Popcorn will be served. Come out to see what's going on in the library.

Thursday, February 21, 2019

If you are interested in the Jumpstart Summer Enrichment Program which targets students interested in pursuing careers in Medicine, Dentistry, Biomedical Research or Allied Health Professions you need to see Mrs. Schufft in the main office for an application.

APPLICATION DEADLINE – March 15.

Attention Juniors:  Early Registration for Ring Ding ends tomorrow.  The cost is $25. Cash only. Bring to Mrs. Harlan (S108) during lunch shifts only.  

Our next registration is in April and the cost will be $35.  

If you plan to participate in Ring Ding, these are the ONLY times to register.  There will be NO LATE REGISTRATIONS accepted.

 

HHS is excited to host an informational meeting for all Juniors on February 28th at 5:30 PM in the Boys' Gym.  11th grade students and parents are encouraged to attend. You’ll receive information about scheduling, scholarships, college planning, the March 12th ACT,  and more.

 

Students:  If you had artwork hanging in the booth for i3 festival, please pick up from Mrs. Lombardino during non class times.

 

Science club is having a meeting after school today at 2:30 to do a hands on lab activity in S-221.

 

We will not have tutoring this week because it’s a 3 day week.  Tutoring will resume next week.

 

Drill team will practice today from 2:30 until 3:15 in the large classroom. Color guard will practice today from 3:15 until 4:00, weather permitting.

 

Cheerleader tryout applications are available in Mrs. Shaw’s room H-10.  They need to be returned to Mrs. Shaw no later than 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, February 26.

 

Highstepper tryouts will be March 14th-16th. You must have completed one year of band or pep squad to tryout. Applications will be available starting Monday February 25th from Mrs. Weinreber's room S218 during non-class times. Applications are due Friday March 1st.

 

The freshmen baseball team played a double header against Airline last night. They defeated the Vikings 3-2 in game 1. Roman Tolbert threw a complete game and got the win. Jackson Voigt, Joshua Sewell, and Landon Ruybal had hits in the walkoff win. Game 2 resulted in a 4-4 tie. Logan Carmack was 2 for 2 at the plate. Roman Tolbert doubled. Parker Lowrie had a hit. Sergio Delgado drove in a run. The freshmen team will be back in action next Monday at home.


 

Thurs something going on in the Library Day will be held on Thursday, February 28th.  It's "The Way They Were" Day. Come explore retro devices like Tape players, slide projectors, record players, typewriters, a film projection movie from the HHS football team from 1979.  There will also be a video from 1954 on how to use the rotary phone. Thursday the 28th is also Floral Design Day. The Library will also have tissue paper flower making. Popcorn will be served. Come out to see what's going on in the library.

 

Congratulations to the following students who placed at the District Literary Rally competition on Saturday, February 16th:

George Allen, Montana Powell, Meghan Shaffer, Hunter Jenkins, Andrew Morton, Paige Harris, Ryan Rimmer, Hailey Poe, Ashley Hollis, Morgan McVey, Jeremiah Hadwin, and Shaniah Penn.

 

These students qualify to compete at the state competition in Baton Rouge on April 6th.  If you qualified, Miss Hall will send permission slips to you in about a week. If you have any questions, stop by her room or email her.

 

Today is Activity Period and the following clubs are meeting today:

Beta Club, ROTC Reserves, and BBAC.

 

Wednesday, February 20, 2019

If you are interested in the Jumpstart Summer Enrichment Program which targets students interested in pursuing careers in Medicine, Dentistry, Biomedical Research or Allied Health Professions you need to see Mrs. Schufft in the main office for an application.

APPLICATION DEADLINE – March 15, 2019

Attention Juniors:  Early Registration for Ring Ding is today - February 22.  The cost is $25. Cash only. Bring to Mrs. Harlan (S108) during lunch shifts only.  

Our next registration is in April and the cost will be $35.  

If you plan to participate in Ring Ding, these are the ONLY times to register.  There will be NO LATE REGISTRATIONS accepted.

 

HHS is excited to host an informational meeting for all Juniors on February 28th at 5:30 PM in the Boys' Gym.  11th grade students and parents are encouraged to attend. You’ll receive information about scheduling, scholarships, college planning, the March 12th ACT,  and more.

 

Science club is having a meeting after school on Feb. 21st at 2:30 to do a hands on lab activity in S-221.

 

We will not have tutoring this week because it’s a 3 day week.  Tutoring will resume next week.

 

Drill team will practice tomorrow from 2:30 until 3:15 in the large classroom. Color guard will practice tomorrow from 3:15 until 4:00, weather permitting.

 

Cheerleader tryout applications are available in Mrs. Shaw’s room H-10.  They need to be returned to Mrs. Shaw no later than 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, February 26.

 

The Highsteppers competed in the Mardi Gras Classic Regional Competition at Chalmette High School on February 16th. They were awarded 1st place for Large Team Pom, 1st place for Large Team Prop, 5th place kick ensemble, and 2nd place officer dance. Highstepper tryouts will be March 14th-16th. You must have completed one year of band or pep squad to tryout. Applications will be available starting Monday February 25th from Mrs. Weinreber's room S218 during non-class times. Applications are due Friday March 1st.

 

There was an infinity ring lost in the H building last Friday.  If you find it, please turn it in to the office. It has a very special meaning to the owner.

 

Way 2 Go Wednesday Drawings take place today.  Come by the library between classes and during your lunch shifts to put your BUC Buck in the drawing of your choice.  

 

Friday, February 15, 2019

Haughton will have its 4th annual Black History Month Parade on Saturday, February 16 at 12:00 P.M. JROTC  is responsible for marshaling and parking vehicles and floats starting at 9:00 A.M. in the S building and student parking lots. Please do not park in these areas; barriers will be put in place Friday evening. Also, students need to remove their vehicle from the student parking lot immediately after school this Friday. Your support in this matter is greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.

 

Attention Juniors:  Early Registration for Ring Ding is today - February 22.  The cost is $25. Cash only. Bring to Mrs. Harlan (S108) during lunch shifts only.  Our next registration is in April and the cost will be $35.  If you plan to participate in Ring Ding, these are the ONLY times to register.  There will be NO LATE REGISTRATIONS accepted.

 

HHS is excited to host an informational meeting for all Juniors on February 28th at 5:30 PM in the Boys' Gym.  11th grade students and parents are encouraged to attend. You’ll receive information about scheduling, scholarships, college planning, the March 12th ACT,  and more.

 

Way 2 Go Wednesday is moving to all drawings! February's drawings will take place Wednesday, February 20th, at 1:00 p.m.  Come by the Library, pick a prize you'd like, and put your BUC buck in the box for a chance to win that prize.

 

Science club is having a meeting after school on Feb. 21st at 2:30 to do a hands on lab activity in S-221.

 

We will not have tutoring next week because it’s a 3 day week.  Tutoring will resume the following week.

 

Mrs. Lecompte needs to see the mat crew sometime today.

 

Cheerleader tryouts will be held March 4-6.  Applications are now available from Mrs. Shaw in H-10  and must be returned to her no later than Tuesday, February 26.  In order to tryout, you must have completed one full year of pep squad or band and have a 2.0 cumulative GPA.  If you have any questions, see Mrs. Shaw.

 

Today is National No One Eats Alone Day...RAK wants to encourage everyone to invite someone new to eat with your lunch group  individually choose to sit with a new group

 

Thursday,February 14, 2019

Haughton will have its 4th annual Black History Month Parade on Saturday, February 16 at 12:00 P.M. JROTC  is responsible for marshaling and parking vehicles and floats starting at 9:00 A.M. in the S building and student parking lots. Please do not park in these areas; barriers will be put in place Friday evening. Also, students need to remove their vehicle from the student parking lot immediately after school this Friday. Your support in this matter is greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.

 

Attention Juniors:  Early Registration for Ring Ding is today - February 22.  The cost is $25. Cash only. Bring to Mrs. Harlan (S108) during lunch shifts only.  Our next registration is in April and the cost will be $35.  If you plan to participate in Ring Ding, these are the ONLY times to register.  There will be NO LATE REGISTRATIONS accepted.

HHS is excited to host an informational meeting for all Juniors on February 28th at 5:30 PM in the Boys' Gym.  11th grade students and parents are encouraged to attend. You’ll receive information about scheduling, scholarships, college planning, the March 12th ACT,  and more.

The tutoring schedule for this week is:

Today Ms. McKay will be in room S112 to help with science and Mrs. Ward will be in S125 to help with math.

Friday morning from 6:30 to 7:30 AM Mrs. Navarro will be in EN 8 to offer help in English.

Way 2 Go Wednesday is moving to all drawings! February's drawings will take place Wednesday, February 20th, at 1:00 p.m.  Come by the Library, pick a prize you'd like, and put your BUC buck in the box for a chance to win that prize.

Science club is having a meeting after school on Feb. 21st at 2:30 to do a hands on lab activity in S-221.

Cheerleader tryouts will be held March 4-6.  Applications will be available from Mrs. Shaw in H-10 Friday, February 15 and must be returned to her  no later than Tuesday, February 26. In order to tryout, you must have completed one full year of pep squad or band and have a 2.0 cumulative GPA.  If you have any questions, see Mrs. Shaw.

Good Luck to two members of our Haughton  High School Marksmanship team, Brandon Moll and Xander Wolf. Today they will travel to Anniston, Alabama to compete in the Air Force JROTC Marksmanship National Championships on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.   

No clubs are meeting today during Activity Period.

 

Wednesdy, February 13, 2019

Haughton will have its 4th annual Black History Month Parade on Saturday, February 16 at 12:00 P.M. JROTC  is responsible for marshaling and parking vehicles and floats starting at 9:00 A.M. in the S building and student parking lots. Please do not park in these areas; barriers will be put in place Friday evening. Also, students need to remove their vehicle from the student parking lot immediately after school this Friday. Your support in this matter is greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.

Attention Juniors:  Early Registration for Ring Ding is today - February 22.  The cost is $25. Cash only. Bring to Mrs. Harlan (S108) during lunch shifts only.  Our next registration is in April and the cost will be $35.  If you plan to participate in Ring Ding, these are the ONLY times to register.  There will be NO LATE REGISTRATIONS accepted.

HHS is excited to host an informational meeting for all Juniors on February 28th at 5:30 PM in the Boys' Gym.  11th grade students and parents are encouraged to attend. The meeting will provide information about scheduling and preparing for your senior year.  Counselors will be providing information on courses, summer opportunities, scholarships, college planning, and testing options. Additionally, Mrs. Arbuckle will provide information about the ACT that all Juniors will take at HHS on March 12th, as well as other testing options.

The tutoring schedule for this week is:

Thursday Ms. McKay will be in room S112 to help with science.

  • Math:

Date

Teacher

Room

Wednesday, 2/13

DHarlan

S108

Thursday, 2/14

Ward

S125

 

  • Friday morning from 6:30 to 7:30 AM Mrs. Navarro will be in EN 8 to offer help in English.

Way 2 Go Wednesday is moving to all drawings! February's drawings will take place Wednesday, February 20th, at 1:00 p.m.  Come by the Library, pick a prize you'd like, and put your BUC buck in the box for a chance to win that prize.

Science club is having a meeting after school on Feb. 21st at 2:30 to do a hands on lab activity in S-221.

Cheerleader tryouts will be held March 4-6.  Applications will be available from Mrs. Shaw in H-10 Friday, February 15 and must be returned to her  no later than Tuesday, February 26. In order to tryout, you must have completed one full year of pep squad or band and have a 2.0 cumulative GPA.  If you have any questions, see Mrs. Shaw.

 

Tuesday, February 12, 2019

Teachers:  We will be holding tardies this morning until 7:45 a.m. due to a wreck on Hwy. 157.

Attention Juniors:  Early Registration for Ring Ding is today - February 22.  The cost is $25. Cash only. Bring to Mrs. Harlan (S108) during lunch shifts only.  Our next registration is in April and the cost will be $35.  If you plan to participate in Ring Ding, these are the ONLY times to register.  There will be NO LATE REGISTRATIONS accepted.

 

The tutoring schedule for this week is:

  • today Mrs. Stallcup will have the computer lab open in H5

  • today  and Thursday Ms. McKay will be in room S112 to help with science.

  • Math:

Date

Teacher

Room

Tuesday 2/12

DHarlan

S108

Wednesday, 2/13

DHarlan

S108

Thursday, 2/14

Ward

S125

  • Wednesday and Friday mornings from 6:30 to 7:30 AM Mrs. Navarro will be in EN 8 to offer help in English.

 

Way 2 Go Wednesday is moving to all drawings! February's drawings will take place Wednesday, February 20th, at 1:00 p.m.  Come by the Library, pick a prize you'd like, and put your BUC buck in the box for a chance to win that prize.

 

Science club is having a meeting after school on Feb. 21st at 2:30 to do a hands on lab activity in S-221.

Congratulations to our bowling team on winning their match yesterday.  High games are Jakeb Cilluffo, Cameron Stone, Cameron Silba, and high series is Jakeb Cilluffo--503.  Next match will be today at All Stars starting at 3:15. The bowling team will be dismissed at 1:30 to meet at Holiday lanes no later than 2:00 p.m. to travel to All Stars.

 

Monday,February 11, 2019

Attention Juniors:  Early Registration for Ring Ding is February 11 - February 22.  The cost is $25. Cash only. Bring to Mrs. Harlan (S108) during lunch shifts only.  Our next registration is in April and the cost will be $35.  If you plan to participate in Ring Ding, these are the ONLY times to register.  There will be NO LATE REGISTRATIONS accepted.

Way 2 Go Wednesday is moving to all drawings! February's drawings will take place Wednesday, February 20th, at 1:00 p.m.  Come by the Library, pick a prize you'd like, and put your BUC buck in the box for a chance to win that prize.

Due to popular demand, the library will extend the sale of personalized tumblers and apothecary jar sales to Tuesday, February 12th. Come place your order while supplies last!

Science club is having a meeting after school on Feb. 21st at 2:30 to do a hands on lab activity in S-221.

Drill team will practice today from 2:30 until 3:30 in the large JROTC classroom, weather permitting. Color guard will practice tomorrow the same place and time.

 

Friday, February 8, 2019

Attention Juniors:  Early Registration for Ring Ding is February 11 - February 22.  The cost is $25. Cash only. Bring to Mrs. Harlan (S108) during lunch shifts only.  Our next registration is in April and the cost will be $35.  If you plan to participate in Ring Ding, these are the ONLY times to register.  There will be NO LATE REGISTRATIONS accepted.

Seniors... graduation celebration tickets are on sale today for $40 in Mrs Harlan’s room (S108) during lunch shifts only.  Next sale will be in April and cost is $50.  Tickets will not be sold at the door.

Way 2 Go Wednesday is moving to all drawings! February's drawings will take place Wednesday, February 20th, at 1:00 p.m.  Come by the Library, pick a prize you'd like, and put your BUC buck in the box for a chance to win that prize.

Today is the deadline to purchase Sadie Hawkins tickets. Tickets are $15 each and may be purchased in the E building foyer during lunch shifts only. 

Science club is having a meeting after school on Feb. 21st at 2:30 to do a hands on lab activity in S-221.

Model Aviation and Rocketry will not meet today.

 

Wednesday, February 7, 2019

Teachers:  Mr. Porter is NOT here today so all Talented Art students will need to remain in their regular classes today.

Attention Juniors:  Early Registration for Ring Ding is February 11 - February 22.  The cost is $25. Cash only. Bring to Mrs. Harlan (S108) during lunch shifts only.  Our next registration is in April and the cost will be $35.  If you plan to participate in Ring Ding, these are the ONLY times to register.  There will be NO LATE REGISTRATIONS accepted.

Seniors... graduation celebration tickets are on sale until tomorrow for $40 in Mrs Harlan’s room (S108) during lunch shifts only.  Next sale will be in April and cost is $50.  Tickets will not be sold at the door.

Way 2 Go Wednesday is moving to all drawings! February's drawings will take place Wednesday, February 20th, at 1:00 p.m.  Come by the Library, pick a prize you'd like, and put your BUC buck in the box for a chance to win that prize.

Thursday:  Tutoring today will be from 2:30 to 3:30.  Participants must have a ride promptly at 3:25.  Locations for tutoring are:

  • Math in S208(Mrs. Bonner's room)

  • Science in S112 (Mrs. Mckay's room)

  • Friday morning English will be available from 6:30-7:30 AM in EN8. (Mrs. Navarro's room)

Today is the deadline to purchase Sadie Hawkins tickets. Tickets are $15 each and may be purchased in the E building foyer during lunch shifts only.  

Science club is having a meeting after school on Feb. 21st at 2:30 to do a hands on lab activity in S-221.

Congratulations to our Haughton High School Space Team.  They are one of the top 30 teams in the Nation. Last Friday they competed in the Quarter Finals of the StellarXplorers Space Design Challenge competition and successfully earn a spot in the Semifinals.  The team of Johnathan Houghes, Norman Pritchard, Brandon Moll, Koehn Farrell, Holden Morgan, and Dillon Johnston will now prepare to compete in 2 weeks and hopefully earn a trip to the Finals in Colorado Springs, CO.  Good Luck!

Students, please complete any missed detention days by this afternoon to prevent disciplinary actions.  Please check your homes for any missing textbooks and return these to Mrs. Hall asap.

Today is Activity Period and the following clubs are meeting:

PBIS Advisory and Kitty Hawk.  Student Council and Tri M are not meeting today.

Wednesday, February 6, 2019

Mr. Porter will NOT be here today so talented art students need to remain in their regular classes today.

Today is Club Picture Day.  All students should refer to the schedule posted by their teacher.  The time on the schedule is the time of the pictures. Students should leave 5 minutes early and report to boys' gym.

Attention Juniors:  Early Registration for Ring Ding is February 11 - February 22.  The cost is $25. Cash only. Bring to Mrs. Harlan (S108) during lunch shifts only.  Our next registration is in April and the cost will be $35.  If you plan to participate in Ring Ding, these are the ONLY times to register.  There will be NO LATE REGISTRATIONS accepted.

Seniors... graduation celebration tickets are on sale this week only for $40 in Mrs Harlan’s room (s108) during lunch shifts only.  Next sale will be in April and cost is $50.  Tickets will not be sold at the door.

Way 2 Go Wednesday is moving to all drawings! February's drawings will take place Wednesday, February 20th, at 1:00 p.m.  Come by the Library, pick a prize you'd like, and put your BUC buck in the box for a chance to win that prize.

Wednesday: Tutoring today will be from 2:30 to 3:30.  Participants must have a ride promptly at 3:25. Location for tutoring is:

  • Math  in S 125 (Mrs. Ward's room)

Tomorrow is the deadline to purchase Sadie Hawkins tickets. Tickets are $15 each and may be purchased in the E building foyer during lunch shifts only.  

The U.S. Marines will be on campus during lunch shifts Wednesday, February 6th.

Want to get a Valentine for that special someone?  Or even for yourself?

The Library will be selling personalized tumblers and apothecary jars for $5.  Come see your options and purchase one for Valentine's Day in the library, now through Friday, February 8th! Cash only purchase!

Science club is having a meeting after school on Feb. 21st at 2:30 to do a hands on lab activity in S-221.

Students, please complete any missed detention days by February 7th to prevent disciplinary actions.  Please check your homes for any missing textbooks and return these to Mrs. Hall asap.

 

Tuesday,February 5, 2019

Attention Juniors:  Early Registration for Ring Ding is February 11 - February 22.  The cost is $25. Cash only. Bring to Mrs. Harlan (S108) during lunch shifts only.  Our next registration is in April and the cost will be $35.  If you plan to participate in Ring Ding, these are the ONLY times to register.  There will be NO LATE REGISTRATIONS accepted.

Seniors... graduation celebration tickets are on sale this week only for $40 in Mrs Harlan’s room (s108) during lunch shifts only.  Next sale will be in April and cost is $50.  Tickets will not be sold at the door.

Way 2 Go Wednesday is moving to all drawings! February's drawings will take place Wednesday, February 20th, at 1:00 p.m.  Come by the Library, pick a prize you'd like, and put your BUC buck in the box for a chance to win that prize.

Tutoring today will be from 2:30 to 3:30.  Participants must have a ride promptly at 3:25.  Locations for tutoring are:

  • Computer lab access in H5 (Mrs. Stallcup's room)

  • Math in S108(Mrs. Harlan's room)

  • Science in S112 (Ms. McKay's room)

  • Wednesday morning English will be available from 6:30-7:30 AM in EN8. (Mrs. Navarro's room)

The Sadie Hawkins Dance will be Saturday, February 9th, in the Boy's Gym from 8 pm to 11 pm.  Tickets will be on sale today - Thursday, February 7th, in the E-building foyer. Tickets are $15 a person and can ONLY be bought during your lunch shift.  Make sure you have a dance contract on file before purchasing your tickets. The cut off for guest dance contracts was Friday, February 1st. If you are planning on bringing a guest to Sadie Hawkins, make sure you have a guest contract completed with a $10 late fee returned to administration no later than Thursday, February 7th.

Want to get a Valentine for that special someone?  Or even for yourself? The Library will be selling personalized tumblers and apothecary jars for $5.  Come see your options and purchase one for Valentine's Day in the library, now through Friday, February 8th! Cash only purchase!

Science club is having a meeting after school on Feb. 21st at 2:30 to do a hands on lab activity in S-221.
 

Congratulations to our bowling team.  High scorers from yesterday’s match are:  Brandon Simmons--213; Dee Howard--200; Jakeb Cilluffo--162  High Series yesterday was Brandon Simmons with 536.  Next bowling matches will be Feb 11th at Holiday Lanes starting at 3:30 and on Feb12th at All Stars-Shreveport starting at 3:15.  Boys will have practice on Wednesday Feb 6th from 3:00 until 4:30.

Students, please complete any missed detention days by February 7th to prevent disciplinary actions.  Please check your homes for any missing textbooks and return these to Mrs. Hall asap.

 

Monday, February 4, 2019

Attention Juniors:  Early Registration for Ring Ding is February 11 - February 22.  The cost is $25. Cash only. Bring to Mrs. Harlan (S108) during lunch shifts only.  Our next registration is in April and the cost will be $35.  If you plan to participate in Ring Ding, these are the ONLY times to register.  There will be NO LATE REGISTRATIONS accepted.

Seniors... graduation celebration tickets are on sale this week only for $40 in Mrs Harlan’s room (s108) during lunch shifts only.  Next sale will be in April and cost is $50.  Tickets will not be sold at the door.

Way 2 Go Wednesday is moving to all drawings! February's drawings will take place Wednesday, February 20th, at 1:00 p.m.  Come by the Library, pick a prize you'd like, and put your BUC Bucks in the box for a chance to win that prize. Prizes for February are the following:

(4) long sleeve t-shirts

(6) sweatshirts

(20) ID Forgiveness coupons

(20) Tardy Forgiveness coupons

(10) $5 Sonic Gift Cards

(1) Personalized Travel Tumbler

(25) Choice of 1 Food Item

JROTC participated in the Eddie Jones Orienteering competition this past Saturday at which time the following orienteers placed in accordance with their age and gender. Makenzi Williamson placed 1st on the Brown course and Hannah Morris placed 2nd. Koehn Farrell placed 1st on the Red course which is the hardest. Brandon Moll and Ariel Cabrera placed 1st on the Yellow course and Tobey Ferguson placed 2nd. Lastly, James Garber placed 2nd on the White course. Congratulations Bucs in Blue!

Drill team will practiced today from 2:30 until 4:00 in the large classroom. Color guard will practice tomorrow the same time and place. Drill team will practice on Thursday from 2:30 until 3:30. Color guard will practice on Thursday from 3:30 until 4:30.

Space Team will meet today after school in the JROTC Small Classroom until 4:00 PM.

Free tutoring will begin at HHS today.  Check the flyer in your classrooms or the HHS website for all the information concerning tutoring.  Math is offered most days. You must check the HHS website for updates on place and location for math tutoring.  English will be from 6:30 - 7:30 AM on Wednesdays and Fridays, Science will be after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and a computer lab for use will be available every Tuesday after school.  You must sign in with the teacher at the location and must have transportation at 3:30 to receive help after school. All classroom teachers have a flyer posted in their classroom.

The Sadie Hawkins Dance will be Saturday, February 9th, in the Boy's Gym from 8 pm to 11 pm.  Tickets will be on sale today - Thursday, February 7th, in the E-building foyer. Tickets are $15 a person and can ONLY be bought during your lunch shift.  Make sure you have a dance contract on file before purchasing your tickets.

Want to get a Valentine for that special someone?  Or even for yourself? The Library will be selling personalized tumblers and apothecary jars for $5.  Come see your options and purchase one for Valentine's Day in the library, now through Friday, February 8th! Cash only purchase!

Science club is having a meeting after school on Feb. 21st at 2:30 to do a hands on lab activity in S-221.

Students, please complete any missed detention days by February 7th to prevent disciplinary actions.  Please check your homes for any missing textbooks and return these to Mrs. Hall asap.

 

Thursday, January 31, 2019

Congratulations to the Boys soccer team! For the first time in 10 years, they are headed to the playoffs! Come support them in the first round TONIGHT @ 6 at Bossier High stadium. Admission is $7.

4-H will meet today. Don't forget boxes of pop tarts for January community service and Mac N Cheese Cups for Feb. community service.

Attention Juniors:  Early Registration for Ring Ding is February 11 - February 22.  The cost is $25. Cash only. Bring to Mrs. Harlan (S108) during lunch shifts only.  Our next registration is in April and the cost will be $35.  If you plan to participate in Ring Ding, these are the ONLY times to register.  There will be NO LATE REGISTRATIONS accepted.

Miss Photogenic Contest for Lady of the Locket Pageant will be held during all lunch shifts in the Buc Den.  Place as many votes as you'd like for your favorite girl. Each vote is $1.

Reserved Tickets for the pageant will be held in the Library today and Friday.  Buy your tickets early for $10.00. Sales will end at 1:30PM on Friday

The next ACT test is coming up on Feb 9th. If you are looking for a little extra help preparing for the ACT,  plan to stay after school today. March2Success will be here to help from 2:30-3:30 in the library. The resource is free and creates an account that you can use to study for the ACT anywhere at any time.  

Free tutoring will begin at HHS on Monday.  Math is offered most days. You must check the HHS website for updates on place and location for math tutoring.  English will be from 6:30 - 7:30 AM on Wednesdays and Fridays, Science will be after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and a computer lab for use will be available every Tuesday after school.  You must sign in with the teacher at the location and must have transportation at 3:30 to receive help after school. All classroom teachers have a flyer posted in their classroom.

The Sadie Hawkins Dance will be Saturday, February 9th, in the Boy's Gym from 8 pm to 11 pm.  Tickets will be on sale Monday, February 4th - Thursday, February 7th, in the E-building foyer. Tickets are $15 a person and can ONLY be bought during your lunch shift.  Make sure you have a dance contract on file before purchasing your tickets.

Today is Inspire your heart with art day in the library!!  Come to the library during your lunch shift for a look into art here at HHS.  Learn about calligraphy, speak to Mr. Porter, and talk to representatives from the Bossier Parish Library.

 

Want to get a Valentine for that special someone?  Or even for yourself? The Library will be selling personalized tumblers and apothecary jars for $5.  Come see your options and purchase one for Valentine's Day in the library, now through Friday, February 8th! Cash only purchase!

The University of Louisiana Lafayette will be on campus today

Students, please complete any missed detention days by February 7th to prevent disciplinary actions.  Please check your homes for any missing textbooks and return these to Mrs. Hall asap.

Teachers, please review HEART expectations with your students for our visitors on Friday.  

Activity Period is today and the following clubs are meeting:  Red Jackets, Chess Club, ROTC Reserves, and 4-H.

 

Wednesday, January 30, 2019

The boys bowling team did well yesterday! High games are Cameron Silba--196;  Cameron Stone 190, and High Series was Cameron Stone with a 533. Next match will be Thursday vs Benton starting at 3:30

4-H will meet Thursday. Don't forget boxes of pop tarts for January community service and Mac N Cheese Cups for Feb. community service.

Miss Photogenic Contest for Lady of the Locket Pageant will be held during all lunch shifts in the Buc Den.  Place as many votes as you'd like for your favorite girl. Each vote is $1.

Reserved Tickets for the pageant will be held in the Library Thursday and Friday.  Buy your tickets early for $10.00. Sales will end at 1:30PM on Friday

The next ACT test is coming up on Feb 9th. If you are looking for a little extra help preparing for the ACT,  plan to stay after school on one or all four days this week. March2Success will be here to help from 2:30-3:30 in the library today through Thursday January 31st.  The resource is free and creates an account that you can use to study for the ACT anywhere at any time.

The Sadie Hawkins Dance will be Saturday, February 9th, in the Boy's Gym from 8 pm to 11 pm.  Tickets will be on sale Monday, February 4th - Thursday, February 7th, in the E-building foyer. Tickets are $15 a person and can ONLY be bought during your lunch shift.  Make sure you have a dance contract on file before purchasing your tickets.

January marks National Hobby Month and the library is celebrating “Inspire Your Heart with Art” Day Thursday, January 31st.  Come visit the library to see artwork from our HHS Students, talk with Mr. Porter about Talented Arts in Haughton, and attend a Calligraphy writing class done by one of your own HHS Librarians, Ms. Meredith.  The Bossier Parish Public Library will be in attendance to give you some information on what’s going on at the public library in the coming months! So come on out to the library during your lunch shift, Thursday, January 31st.  There’s always something going on!     

Want to get a Valentine for that special someone?  Or even for yourself? The Library will be selling personalized tumblers and apothecary jars for $5.  Come see your options and purchase one for Valentine's Day in the library, now through Friday, February 8th! Cash only purchase!

The University of Louisiana Lafayette will be on campus Thursday, January 31st.

Students, please complete any missed detention days by February 7th to prevent disciplinary actions.  Please check your homes for any missing textbooks and return these to Mrs. Hall asap.

Teachers, please review HEART expectations with your students for our visitors on Friday.  

 

Tuesday, January 29, 2019

Students receiving a Grade A BUC Free Dress ticket will be permitted to wear free dress today, January 29th. Remember to have your ticket with you to show your teachers each block.

4-H will meet Thursday. Don't forget boxes of pop tarts for January community service and Mac N Cheese Cups for Feb. community service.

Miss Photogenic Contest for Lady of the Locket Pageant will be held during all lunch shifts in the Buc Den.  Place as many votes as you'd like for your favorite girl. Each vote is $1.

Reserved Tickets for the pageant will be held in the Library Thursday and Friday.  Buy your tickets early for $10.00. Sales will end at 1:30PM on Friday

The next ACT test is coming up on Feb 9th. If you are looking for a little extra help preparing for the ACT,  plan to stay after school on one or all four days this week. March2Success will be here to help from 2:30-3:30 in the library today through Thursday January 31st.  The resource is free and creates an account that you can use to study for the ACT anywhere at any time.

The Sadie Hawkins Dance will be Saturday, February 9th, in the Boy's Gym from 8 pm to 11 pm.  Tickets will be on sale Monday, February 4th - Thursday, February 7th, in the E-building foyer. Tickets are $15 a person and can ONLY be bought during your lunch shift.  Make sure you have a dance contract on file before purchasing your tickets. Any DI members who did not turn in your shirt orders MUST see Mrs. Raley before 1st block is over today.  She is in the library.

January marks National Hobby Month and the library is celebrating “Inspire Your Heart with Art” Day Thursday, January 31st.  Come visit the library to see artwork from our HHS Students, talk with Mr. Porter about Talented Arts in Haughton, and attend a Calligraphy writing class done by one of your own HHS Librarians, Ms. Meredith.  The Bossier Parish Public Library will be in attendance to give you some information on what’s going on at the public library in the coming months! So come on out to the library during your lunch shift, Thursday, January 31st.  There’s always something going on!     

Want to get a Valentine for that special someone?  Or even for yourself? The Library will be selling personalized tumblers and apothecary jars for $5.  Come see your options and purchase one for Valentine's Day in the library, now through Friday, February 8th! Cash only purchase!


The U.S. Marines will be on campus Wednesday, January 30th and The University of Louisiana Lafayette will be on campus Thursday, January 31st.

 

 

Monday, January 28, 2019

4-H will meet Thursday. Don't forget boxes of pop tarts for January community service and Mac N Cheese Cups for Feb. community service.

Miss Photogenic Contest for Lady of the Locket Pageant will be held during all lunch shifts in the Buc Den.  Place as many votes as you'd like for your favorite girl. Each vote is $1.

Reserved Tickets for the pageant will be held in the Library Thursday and Friday.  Buy your tickets early for $10.00. Sales will end at 1:30PM on Friday

The next ACT test is coming up on Feb 9th. If you are looking for a little extra help preparing for the ACT,  plan to stay after school on one or all four days this week. March2Success will be here to help from 2:30-3:30 in the library today through Thursday January 31st.  The resource is free and creates an account that you can use to study for the ACT anywhere at any time.

The Sadie Hawkins Dance will be Saturday, February 9th, in the Boy's Gym from 8 pm to 11 pm.  Tickets will be on sale Monday, February 4th - Thursday, February 7th, in the E-building foyer. Tickets are $15 a person and can ONLY be bought during your lunch shift.  Make sure you have a dance contract on file before purchasing your tickets.

January marks National Hobby Month and the library is celebrating “Inspire Your Heart with Art” Day Thursday, January 31st.  Come visit the library to see artwork from our HHS Students, talk with Mr. Porter about Talented Arts in Haughton, and attend a Calligraphy writing class done by one of your own HHS Librarians, Ms. Meredith.  The Bossier Parish Public Library will be in attendance to give you some information on what’s going on at the public library in the coming months! So come on out to the library during your lunch shift, Thursday, January 31st.  There’s always something going on!     

Want to get a Valentine for that special someone?  Or even for yourself? The Library will be selling personalized tumblers and apothecary jars for $5.  Come see your options and purchase one for Valentine's Day in the library, now through Friday, February 8th! Cash only purchase!

The U.S. Marines will be on campus Wednesday, January 30th and The University of Louisiana Lafayette will be on campus Thursday, January 31st.

Thursday, January 24, 2019

If you are taking Drivers Education, the class will resume today after school until 5 p.m. in Mr. Steve Brown’s classroom.

All tennis team members need to come by the library to pick up some important paperwork. This includes all of last year's players.

The next ACT test is coming up on Feb 9th.  Many HHS students have also decided to take the ACT on March 12th.  If you are looking for a little extra help preparing for the ACT, plan to stay after school on one or all four days (Monday through Thursday) next week.  March2Success will be here to help from 2:30-3:30 in the library Monday January 28 - Thursday January 31st. The resource is free and creates an account that you can use to study for the ACT any where at any time.  

The Sadie Hawkins Dance will be Saturday, February 9th, in the Boy's Gym from 8 pm to 11 pm. T shirts are on sale until Friday for $15 from Ms. Raley, Ms. Carnley, Mrs. Allen, or Mrs. Willis in the library.  Tickets will be on sale Monday, February 4th - Thursday, February 7th, in the E-building foyer. Tickets are $15 a person and can ONLY be bought during your lunch shift. Make sure you have a dance contract on file before purchasing your tickets.

January marks National Hobby Month and the library is celebrating “Inspire Your Heart with Art” Day Thursday, January 31st.  Come visit the library to see artwork from our HHS Students, talk with Mr. Porter about Talented Arts in Haughton, and attend a Calligraphy writing class done by one of your own HHS Librarians, Ms. Meredith.  The Bossier Parish Public Library will be in attendance to give you some information on what’s going on at the public library in the coming months! So come on out to the library during your lunch shift, Thursday, January 31st.  There’s always something going on!     

Want to get a Valentine for that special someone?  Or even for yourself?

The Library will be selling personalized tumblers and apothecary jars for $5.  Come see your options and purchase one for Valentine's Day in the library, now through Friday, February 8th! Cash only purchase!

Come support our Lady Bucs and Bucs soccer teams tonight as they celebrate senior night here at the HHS football stadium.  Girls game begins at 6 p.m. with the boys game to follow. Seniors will be recognized pregame so come support our soccer players.

Today is Activity Period and the following clubs are meeting:  BBAC, ROTC Reserves, Beta Club, RAK, and Science Club.


Tuesday, January 22, 2019

If you are taking Drivers Education, the class will resume Thursday, January 24 after school until 5 p.m. in Mr. Steve Brown’s classroom.

Anyone interested in trying out for the golf team that is not on the golf team already - will need to meet today at 3pm (weather permitting) at the driving range in Bossier City on Benton Rd just north of I220.  You will need to have your own golf clubs to be able to try out.

SADD member meeting, Thursday, Jan 24, 7 am in room S125

Beta Officers will be meeting Wednesday, January 23 at 7:10 in Lab 2

Color guard will practice today from 2:30 until 4:00 in the large classroom. Color guard and drill team will practice on Thursday the same time and place

10th graders have been given special permission to take the March 12th ACT at Haughton High for a discounted rate. The test will be given at school on the morning of March 12th.  The cost for 10th graders is $35.50 (cash).  Sign ups are with Mrs. Arbuckle  in H1 and must be paid for at the time of sign up.  Deadline is tomorrow Wednesday, January 23rd at 2:30 PM.

Students who have completed a course on modernstates.org and earned a CLEP voucher can schedule testing with Mrs. Arbuckle in H1 before school or during lunch.  Testing dates are Wednesday Jan 23rd, Thursday January 31 and Thursday Feb 7th. For more information see Mrs. Arbuckle.

Sadie Hawkins dance will be held Saturday, February 9 in the boys gym with music by DJ D Smooth.   Sadie Hawkins t shirts are on sale now. Cost is $15 and you can order them from any Destination Imagination team member, Ms. Raley, Ms. Carnley, Mrs. Allen or Mrs. Willis in the library. A picture of the shirt is on the HHS website.   All orders are due by Friday, January 25th. Any questions see Ms. Raley.

Want to get a Valentine for that special someone?  Or even for yourself? The Library will be selling personalized tumblers and apothecary jars for $5.  Come see your options and purchase one for Valentine's Day in the library, now through Friday, February 8th! Cash only purchase!

 

Friday, January 18, 2019

Today is recycling day.  Teachers who are part of the recycling program, please put your materials out for pickup.  

Model Aviation and Rocketry will have a meeting today immediately after school in the JROTC Large classroom.

If you are taking Drivers Education, the class will resume Thursday, January 24 after school until 5 p.m. in Mr. Steve Brown’s classroom.

Anyone interested in trying out for the golf team that is not on the golf team already - will need to meet Tuesday Jan 22nd 3pm (weather permitting) at the driving range in Bossier City on Benton Rd just north of I220.  You will need to have your own golf clubs to be able to try out.

Today is the deadline to sign up for the tennis team.  Sign up with Ms. Meredith in the library.

SADD officer meeting Tuesday, Jan. 22 at 7 am in room S125 and SADD member meeting, Thursday, Jan 24, 7 am in room S125

10th graders have been given special permission to take the March 12th ACT at Haughton High for a discounted rate.  The test will be given at school on the morning of March 12th.  The cost for 10th graders is $35.50 (cash).  Sign ups are with Mrs. Arbuckle  in H1 and must be paid for at the time of sign up.  Deadline is Wednesday, January 23rd at 2:30 PM.

i3 will be taking place at the Bossier Civic Center from February 14-16, 2019.  Order your t-shirt by Friday, January 18th! For each tshirt sold, Haughton High School gets $2!  Support your school and our ARTS program! To get your tshirt, order online from the HHS website!

Students who have completed a course on modernstates.org and earned a CLEP voucher can schedule testing with Mrs. Arbuckle in H1 before school or during lunch.  Testing dates are Wednesday January 16th, Wednesday Jan 23rd, Thursday January 31 and Thursday Feb 7th. For more information see Mrs. Arbuckle.

Today marks a new day in the Library! THESAURUS DAY!  

Come celebrate this magnificent resource with a thesaurus puzzle.  Get the puzzle right and you could win a BUC BUCK! Come celebrate with us on Friday, January 18th!

Sadie Hawkins dance will be held Saturday, February 9 in the boys gym with music by DJ D Smooth.   Sadie Hawkins t shirts are on sale now. Cost is $15 and you can order them from any Destination Imagination team member, Ms. Raley, Ms. Carnley, Mrs. Allen or Mrs. Willis in the library. A picture of the shirt is on the HHS website.   All orders are due by Friday, January 25th. Any questions see Ms. Raley.

Congratulations to our bowling team for their win over Bossier yesterday.  HIGH GAMES--BRANDAN SIMMONS--181; CAMERON SILBA--181; HIGH SERIES--BRANDAN SIMMONS 503.  Next Bowling match is on Thursday, January 24 at Holiday Lanes starting at 3:40

 

Thursday, January 17, 2019

Anyone interested in trying out for the golf team that is not on the golf team already - will need to meet Tuesday Jan 22nd 3pm (weather permitting) at the driving range in Bossier City on Benton Rd just north of I220.  You will need to have your own golf clubs to be able to try out.

If you would like to play on the HHS tennis team this year, see Ms. Meredith in the library to sign up. Deadline is January 18th.

i3 will be taking place at the Bossier Civic Center from February 14-16, 2019.  Order your t-shirt by Friday, January 18th! For each tshirt sold, Haughton High School gets $2!  Support your school and our ARTS program! To get your tshirt, order online from the HHS website!

Students who have completed a course on modernstates.org and earned a CLEP voucher can schedule testing with Mrs. Arbuckle in H1 before school or during lunch.  Testing dates are Wednesday January 16th, Wednesday Jan 23rd, Thursday January 31 and Thursday Feb 7th. For more information see Mrs. Arbuckle.

Friday marks a new day in the Library! THESAURUS DAY!  

Come celebrate this magnificent resource with a thesaurus puzzle.  Get the puzzle right and you could win a BUC BUCK! Come celebrate with us on Friday, January 18th!

Sadie Hawkins dance will be held Saturday, February 9 in the boys gym with music by DJ D Smooth.   Sadie Hawkins t shirts are on sale now. Cost is $15 and you can order them from any Destination Imagination team member, Ms. Raley, Ms. Carnley, Mrs. Allen or Mrs. Willis in the library. A picture of the shirt is on the HHS website.   All orders are due by Friday, January 25th. Any questions see Ms. Raley.

We will have teacher advisories today during Activity Period time.

Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Anyone interested in trying out for the golf team that is not on the golf team already - will need to meet Tuesday Jan 22nd 3pm (weather permitting) at the driving range in Bossier City on Benton Rd just north of I220.  You will need to have your own golf clubs to be able to try out.

Any students who have a yellow hall pass from the first semester that they did not use need to get it to one of their teachers to give to Mr. Haynie.

Senior class officers need to meet in Mrs. Melton's room after school today.

If you would like to play on the HHS tennis team this year, see Ms. Meredith in the library to sign up. Deadline is January 18th.

i3 will be taking place at the Bossier Civic Center from February 14-16, 2019.  Order your t-shirt by Friday, January 18th! For each tshirt sold, Haughton High School gets $2!  Support your school and our ARTS program! To get your tshirt, order online from the HHS website!

Students who have completed a course on modernstates.org and earned a CLEP voucher can schedule testing with Mrs. Arbuckle in H1 before school or during lunch.  Testing dates are Wednesday January 16th, Wednesday Jan 23rd, Thursday January 31 and Thursday Feb 7th. For more information see Mrs. Arbuckle.

Friday marks a new day in the Library! THESAURUS DAY!  

Come celebrate this magnificent resource with a thesaurus puzzle.  Get the puzzle right and you could win a BUC BUCK! Come celebrate with us on Friday, January 18th!

Sadie Hawkins is just around the corner you don't want to miss out. Back to the 80s is where we'll be with 80s Movie Characters all around. Grab a date, pick your favorite character and be ready to dance with DJ D Smooth in the Boys Gym on February 9th.  Any questions see Ms. Raley.

Congratulations to our Lady Bucs basketball team.  They beat Southwood in a blowout last night 58-38 for their third straight district win.  Four Lady Bucs hit double digits in the win: Taralyn Sweeney scored 12, Deshawna Davis scored 13, Takaiyah Sweeney scored 16 and Crystal Norton scored 17.  Come support the Lady Bucs and Bucs Friday night at HHS beginning at 6:00 p.m. Students get in for $1 with your student ID.

Monday, January 14, 2019

January 4-H newsletters are available to pick up from Mrs. Lain in H 4 or Mrs. Waldron.  Next meeting is January 31st.

Any students who have a yellow hall pass from the first semester that they did not use need to get it to one of their teachers to give to Mr. Haynie.

Senior class officers need to meet in Mrs. Melton's room after school on Wednesday, January 16.

It's not too late to sign up for the Lady of the Locket Beauty Pageant.  Please stop by Mrs. St. Andre's room in Lab 3 during lunch time only for more information.

All contestants, plan to meet on Tuesday, Jan 15th during your lunch shift for a special meeting.

If you would like to play on the HHS tennis team this year, see Ms. Meredith in the library to sign up. Deadline is January 18th.

i3 will be taking place at the Bossier Civic Center from February 14-16, 2019.  Order your t-shirt by Friday, January 18th! For each tshirt sold, Haughton High School gets $2!  Support your school and our ARTS program! To get your tshirt, order online from the HHS website!

Students who have completed a course on modernstates.org and earned a CLEP voucher can schedule testing with Mrs. Arbuckle in H1 before school or during lunch.  Testing dates are Wednesday January 16th, Wednesday Jan 23rd, Thursday January 31 and Thursday Feb 7th. For more information see Mrs. Arbuckle.

Sadie Hawkins is just around the corner you don't want to miss out. Back to the 80s is where we'll be with 80s Movie Characters all around. Grab a date, pick your favorite character and be ready to dance with DJ D Smooth in the Boys Gym on February 9th.  Any questions see Ms. Raley.

Students:  If you are NOT tardy to class and need a temporary ID, you must bring your BLUE student hall pass filled out by your teacher to Tardy Central to get an ID.    Mrs. Faulkner needs to know you went to class first and were not tardy in order to issue the ID. If you have questions about this, see Mrs. Hall in the assistant principal’s office.

 

Friday, January 11, 2019

January 4-H newsletters are available to pick up from Mrs. Lain in H 4 or Mrs. Waldron.  Next meeting is January 31st.

Any students who have a yellow hall pass from the first semester that they did not use need to get it to one of their teachers to give to Mr. Haynie.

Senior class officers need to meet in Mrs. Melton's room after school on Wednesday, January 16.

It's not too late to sign up for the Lady of the Locket Beauty Pageant.  Please stop by Mrs. St. Andre's room in Lab 3 during lunch time only for more information.

All contestants, plan to meet on Tuesday, Jan 15th during your lunch shift for a special meeting.

If you would like to play on the HHS tennis team this year, see Ms. Meredith in the library to sign up. Deadline is January 18th.

i3 will be taking place at the Bossier Civic Center from February 14-16, 2019.  Order your t-shirt by Friday, January 18th! For each tshirt sold, Haughton High School gets $2!  Support your school and our ARTS program! To get your tshirt, order online from the HHS website!

Students who have completed a course on modernstates.org and earned a CLEP voucher can schedule testing with Mrs. Arbuckle in H1 before school or during lunch.  Testing dates are Wednesday January 16th, Wednesday Jan 23rd, Thursday January 31 and Thursday Feb 7th. For more information see Mrs. Arbuckle.

Sadie Hawkins is just around the corner you don't want to miss out. Back to the 80s is where we'll be with 80s Movie Characters all around. Grab a date, pick your favorite character and be ready to dance with DJ D Smooth in the Boys Gym on February 9th.  Any questions see Ms. Raley.

 

Thursday, January 10, 2019

It's not too late to sign up for the Lady of the Locket Beauty Pageant.  Please stop by Mrs. St. Andre's room in Lab 3 during lunch time only for more information.

All contestants, plan to meet on Tuesday, Jan 15th during your lunch shift for a special meeting.

Students must have their temporary instruction permit from the DMV to sign up for Driver's Ed. Sign up is this Saturday the 12th from 8-11 in the field house. Cost is $400 cash or money order only. There are 40 spots to be filled on a first come first serve basis.

If you would like to play on the HHS tennis team this year, see Ms. Meredith in the library to sign up. Deadline is January 18th.

i3 will be taking place at the Bossier Civic Center from February 14-16, 2019.  Order your t-shirt by Friday, January 18th! For each tshirt sold, Haughton High School gets $2!  Support your school and our ARTS program! To get your tshirt, order online from the HHS website!

The deadline for registering for the Feb ACT test is this Friday Jan 11th.  Sign up using actstudents.org.  

Students who have completed a course on modernstates.org and earned a CLEP voucher can schedule testing with Mrs. Arbuckle in H1 before school or during lunch.  Testing dates are Wednesday January 16th, Wednesday Jan 23rd, Thursday January 31 and Thursday Feb 7th. For more information see Mrs. Arbuckle.

Sadie Hawkins is just around the corner you don't want to miss out.

Back to the 80s is where we'll be with 80s Movie Characters all around.

Grab a date, pick your favorite character and be ready to dance with DJ D Smooth in the Boys Gym on February 9th.

More info to come on tickets, times, etc.  Any questions see Ms. Raley

Today is Activity Period and the following groups will be meeting: Kitty Hawk, Student Council, and PBIS advisory.

 

Wednesday, January 9, 2019

It's not too late to sign up for the Lady of the Locket Beauty Pageant.  Please stop by Mrs. St. Andre's room in Lab 3 during lunch time only for more information.

All contestants, plan to meet on Tuesday, Jan 15th during your lunch shift for a special meeting.

HHS will have sign ups for Driver’s Education Saturday Jan 12th from 8-11 at the Field House and there are only 40 spots available.   The class will start the following Tuesday Jan 15th.

If you would like to play on the HHS tennis team this year, see Ms. Meredith in the library to sign up. Deadline is January 18th.

i3 will be taking place at the Bossier Civic Center from February 14-16, 2019.  Order your t-shirt by Friday, January 18th! For each tshirt sold, Haughton High School gets $2!  Support your school and our ARTS program! To get your tshirt, order online from the HHS website!

The deadline for registering for the Feb ACT test is this Friday Jan 11th.  Sign up using actstudents.org.  

Students who have completed a course on modernstates.org and earned a CLEP voucher can schedule testing with Mrs. Arbuckle in H1 before school or during lunch.  Testing dates are Wednesday January 16th, Wednesday Jan 23rd, Thursday January 31 and Thursday Feb 7th. For more information see Mrs. Arbuckle.

 

Tuesday, January 8, 2019

Any girls interested in being part of this year's Lady of the Locket pageant may sign up in Mrs. St. Andre's room (Lab 3) during NON class time.

The pageant will be held on Friday, February 1st at Airline High School starting at 7PM.

HHS will have sign ups for Driver’s Education Saturday Jan 12th from 8-11 at the Field House and there are only 40 spots available.   The class will start the following Tuesday Jan 15th.

If you would like to play on the HHS tennis team this year, see Ms. Meredith in the library to sign up. Deadline is January 18th.

 

Friday, December 21, 2018

Students:  You will be able to check-out today after your 2nd block class. You must have a note signed by your parent giving you permission to check-out. You must also have a ride here to pick you up by 11:00.

Any girls interested in being part of this year's Lady of the Locket pageant may sign up in Mrs. St. Andre's room (Lab 3) during NON class time.

The pageant will be held on Friday, February 1st at Airline High School starting at 7PM.

HHS will have sign ups for Driver’s Education Saturday Jan 12th from 8-11 at the Field House and there are only 40 spots available.   The class will start the following Tuesday Jan 15th.

If you are taking the following AP classes in the spring you need to see your teacher before you leave today.  Classes and teachers are:

AP Chemistry: Mrs. Weinreber

AP Language and Composition:  Mrs. Navarro

AP Environmental Science:  Mrs. Lecompte or Ms. McKay

AP History:  Mrs. Maris

AP Human Geography:  Mrs. Humphries

Congratulations to the boys basketball team for beating D’Arbonne Woods 60 to 28.  The Bucs are now 6-6. A special thanks to the spirit groups and the baseball team for an awesome student section.   Come out tonight as the Bucs take on Lakeside with the varsity girls at 6pm followed by the varsity boys. All HHS students get for $1 with your student id.

 

Thursday, December 20, 2018

Students:  You will be able to check-out on Friday after your 2nd block class. You must have a note signed by your parent giving you permission to check-out. You must also have a ride here to pick you up by 11:00.

Any girls interested in being part of this year's Lady of the Locket pageant may sign up in Mrs. St. Andre's room (Lab 3) during NON class time.

The pageant will be held on Friday, February 1st at Airline High School starting at 7PM.

HHS will have sign ups for Driver’s Education Saturday Jan 12th from 8-11 at the Field House and there are only 40 spots available.   The class will start the following Tuesday Jan 15th.

Students planning to take Driver's Ed in January MUST get an attendance verification form from Mr. S. Brown in ENGlish building 3, Coach Marston in the H building, or the front office. You cannot get your temporary instruction permit without this document. You cannot take Driver's Ed without the temporary instruction permit. If you have submitted a request to Mrs. Guin in the front office for the attendance verification form, you need to come back to the office during non class times to pick up yours.

If you are taking the following AP classes in the spring you need to see your teacher before we get out for Christmas break.  Classes and teachers are:

AP Chemistry: Mrs. Weinreber

AP Language and Composition:  Mrs. Navarro

AP Environmental Science:  Mrs. Lecompte or Ms. McKay

AP History:  Mrs. Maris

AP Human Geography:  Mrs. Humphries

Congratulations to the Haughton High School Marksmanship Team members, Brandon Moll and Xander Wolf.  Both competed in the Air Force JROTC Regionals and earned 27th and 30th overall They have qualified for the Air Force JROTC National Championships in Anniston, Alabama in February.  

Also, congratulation to both our Space Teams.  They have qualified for the Quarter Finals of the StellarXplorers National Space System Design Competition in January.  The team commanded by Johnathan Houghes with team members Brandon Moll, Norman Pritchard, Koehn Farrell, Holden Morgan and Dillon Johnston are in the top 10% of the teams competing nationally.   

Congratulations to the freshmen boys basketball team.  They beat Parkway last 36 to 29. Come out and watch the varsity boys tonight at 7pm at HHS

 

Wednesday, December 19, 2018

Students:  You will be able to check-out on Friday after your 2nd block class. You must have a note signed by your parent giving you permission to check-out. You must also have a ride here to pick you up by 11:00.

Any girls interested in being part of this year's Lady of the Locket pageant may sign up in Mrs. St. Andre's room (Lab 3) during NON class time.

The pageant will be held on Friday, February 1st at Airline High School starting at 7PM.

HHS will have sign ups for Driver’s Education Saturday Jan 12th from 8-11 at the Field House and there are only 40 spots available.   The class will start the following Tuesday Jan 15th.

Students planning to take Driver's Ed in January MUST get an attendance verification form from Mr. S. Brown in ENGlish building 3, Coach Marston in the H building, or the front office. You cannot get your temporary instruction permit without this document. You cannot take Driver's Ed without the temporary instruction permit. If you have submitted a request to Mrs. Guin in the front office for the attendance verification form, you need to come back to the office during non class times to pick up yours.

If you are taking the following AP classes in the spring you need to see your teacher before we get out for Christmas break.  Classes and teachers are:

AP Chemistry: Mrs. Weinreber

AP Language and Composition:  Mrs. Navarro

AP Environmental Science:  Mrs. Lecompte or Ms. McKay

AP History:  Mrs. Maris

AP Human Geography:  Mrs. Humphries

Would you know what to do if you were dropped in the middle of the woods (or desert, or mountains) with only the clothes on your back and -- maybe -- a knife? If you have ever wondered and want to learn how to survive in one these situations, Colonel Zucco is offering a survival class next term.  If interested, visit or send Colonel Zucco an email and he will enroll you in the class.

Our wrestling team defeated Benton and Evangel last night improving their dual record for the year to 9-4. Big wins by Adam Franklin, Dalton Ogletree, Nate Williams, Ryker St. John, and Juan Flores.

Congratulations to the boys basketball team.  They beat Magnolia 77 to 30 last night. Kentrell Parker scored 31 points and Ken Lang added 11.  Our next game is at home Thursday at 7pm and students get in for a $1 with your student id.

 

Tuesday, December 18, 2018

Students:  You will be able to check-out on Friday after your 2nd block class. You must have a note signed by your parent giving you permission to check-out. You must also have a ride here to pick you up by 11:00.

Any girls interested in being part of this year's Lady of the Locket pageant may sign up in Mrs. St. Andre's room (Lab 3) during NON class time.

The pageant will be held on Friday, February 1st at Airline High School starting at 7PM.

HHS will have sign ups for Driver’s Education Saturday Jan 12th from 8-11 and there are only 40 spots available.   The class will start the following Tuesday Jan 15th.

Students planning to take Driver's Ed in January MUST get an attendance verification form from Mr. S. Brown in ENGlish building 3, Coach Marston in the H building, or the front office. You cannot get your temporary instruction permit without this document. You cannot take Driver's Ed without the temporary instruction permit. If you have submitted a request to Mrs. Guin in the front office for the attendance verification form, you need to come back to the office during non class times to pick up yours.

If you are taking the following AP class in the spring you need to see your teacher before we get out for Christmas break.  Classes and teachers are:

AP Chemistry: Mrs. Weinreber

AP Language and Composition:  Mrs. Navarro

AP Environmental Science:  Mrs. Lecompte or Ms. McKay

AP History:  Mrs. Maris

Would you know what to do if you were dropped in the middle of the woods (or desert, or mountains) with only the clothes on your back and -- maybe -- a knife? If you have ever wondered and want to learn how to survive in one these situations, Colonel Zucco is offering a survival class next term.  If interested, visit or send Colonel Zucco an email and he will enroll you in the cl

 

Monday, December 17, 2018

Any girls interested in being part of this year's Lady of the Locket pageant may sign up in Mrs. St. Andre's room (Lab 3) during NON class time.

The pageant will be held on Friday, February 1st at Airline High School starting at 7PM.

Students planning to take Driver's Ed in January MUST get an attendance verification form from Mr. S. Brown in ENGlish building 3, Coach Marston in the H building, or the front office. You cannot get your temporary instruction permit without this document. You cannot take Driver's Ed without the temporary instruction permit. If you have submitted a request to Mrs. Guin in the front office for the attendance verification form, you need to come back to the office during non class times to pick up yours.  She has about 25 ready in the office that need to be picked up.

If you are taking AP Chemistry in the spring, please come by Mrs Weinreber’s room S218 to get a packet or join the google classroom through the invite she sent you.

If you are taking AP Language and Composition in the spring, you need to see Mrs. Navarro before Christmas break.

If you are taking AP Environmental Science in the spring, you need to see Ms. McKay or Mrs. Lecompte before we get out for Christmas break.

Would you know what to do if you were dropped in the middle of the woods (or desert, or mountains) with only the clothes on your back and -- maybe -- a knife? If you have ever wondered and want to learn how to survive in one these situations, Colonel Zucco is offering a survival class next term.  If interested, visit or send Colonel Zucco an email and he will enroll you in the class.

Congrats to the boys basketball team for finishing 2nd in the Castor tournament.  They defeated New Living Word on Friday and lost in the championship game to Saline.

 

Friday, December 14, 2018

Any girls interested in being part of this year's Lady of the Locket pageant may sign up in Mrs. St. Andre's room (Lab 3) during NON class time.

The pageant will be held on Friday, February 1st at Airline High School starting at 7PM.

Area colleges and universities will be visiting HHS today during lunch shifts for College Day.  Come see LA Tech, ULM, BPCC, NSU, LSUS, and VoTech. The National Guard will also be in attendance to share any information about their branch. Come by the library during your lunch shift and hear what they have to offer!

Students planning to take Driver's Ed in January MUST get an attendance verification form from Mr. S. Brown in ENGlish building 3, Coach Marston in the H building, or the front office. You cannot get your temporary instruction permit without this document. You cannot take Driver's Ed without the temporary instruction permit. If you have submitted a request to Mrs. Guin in the front office for the attendance verification form, you need to come back to the office during non class times to pick up yours.  She has about 25 ready in the office that need to be picked up.

If you are taking AP Chemistry in the spring, please come by Mrs Weinreber’s room S218 to get a packet or join the google classroom through the invite she sent you.

If you are taking AP Language and Composition in the spring, you need to see Mrs. Navarro before Christmas break.

If you are taking AP Environmental Science in the spring, you need to see Ms. McKay or Mrs. Lecompte before we get out for Christmas break.

In preparation for Haughton's 2nd annual Christmas parade tomorrow at 10:00 A.M., please have all vehicles removed from the student and S building parking lots immediately after school today. Your support in this matter is greatly appreciated.

Would you know what to do if you were dropped in the middle of the woods (or desert, or mountains) with only the clothes on your back and -- maybe -- a knife? If you have ever wondered and want to learn how to survive in one these situations, Colonel Zucco is offering a survival class next term.  If interested, visit or send Colonel Zucco an email and he will enroll you in the class.

Beta members it is not too late to order a Beta T-Shirt.  Turn your order in to Lab 2. Cost is $10.00.

If you want to buy a candy cane gram from RAK, you need to purchase one from any RAK member or your first block teacher.  They are $1 each. 1st block teachers please send your candy cane gram envelopes to Ms. Meyer's room E-17 by 8:00am

Science Club will be meeting Monday Dec. 17th from 2:30-3:30 in Mrs. Pease’s room S-221 to make snow and snowflake crystals. Students are to come sign up outside Mrs. Pease’s room if they are in Science Club and want to attend so she can get an idea of who is coming.

 

Thursday, December 13, 2018

Any girls interested in being part of this year's Lady of the Locket pageant may sign up in Mrs. St. Andre's room (Lab 3) during NON class time.

The pageant will be held on Friday, February 1st at Airline High School starting at 7PM.

Thurs-Something-Goin-On-In-The-Library today!  

Come during your lunch shifts to enjoy milk and cookies with Mrs. Claus and play Christmas bingo.  You may also bring mittens for the Platt Elementary Mitten tree. See you at lunch in the library!

Area colleges and universities will be visiting HHS tomorrow during lunch shifts for College Day.  Come see LA Tech, ULM, BPCC, NSU, LSUS, and VoTech. The National Guard will also be in attendance to share any information about their branch. Come by the library during your lunch shift and hear what they have to offer!

Students planning to take Driver's Ed in January MUST get an attendance verification form from Mr. S. Brown in ENGlish building 3, Coach Marston in the H building, or the front office. You cannot get your temporary instruction permit without this document. You cannot take Driver's Ed without the temporary instruction permit. If you have submitted a request to Mrs. Guin in the front office for the attendance verification form, you need to come back to the office during non class times to pick up yours.  She has about 25 ready in the office that need to be picked up.

If you are taking AP Chemistry in the spring, please come by Mrs Weinreber’s room S218 to get a packet or join the google classroom through the invite she sent you.

If you are taking AP Language and Composition in the spring, you need to see Mrs. Navarro before Christmas break.

If you are taking AP Environmental Science in the spring, you need to see Ms. McKay or Mrs. Lecompte before we get out for Christmas break.

In preparation for Haughton's 2nd annual Christmas parade this Saturday at 10:00 A.M., please have all vehicles removed from the student and S building parking lots immediately after school on Friday. Your support in this matter is greatly appreciated.

Would you know what to do if you were dropped in the middle of the woods (or desert, or mountains) with only the clothes on your back and -- maybe -- a knife? If you have ever wondered and want to learn how to survive in one these situations, Colonel Zucco is offering a survival class next term.  If interested, visit or send Colonel Zucco an email and he will enroll you in the class.

Beta members it is not too late to order a Beta T-Shirt.  Turn your order in to Lab 2. Cost is $10.00.

Beta members that are signed up for Christmas the Buccaneer Way Pack and Wrap for hours should meet in Lab 2 immediately after school today.

Freshman Baseball will meet in Coach Harlan’s room today during 4th block.

Our HHS winterguard is selling gift cards to Texas Roadhouse.  See Mrs. Lecompte or any winterguard member to purchase one!

RAK is selling candy cane grams this week. Candy Cane Grams are $1 and to purchase find a RAK representative or purchase in your first block class today and Friday.

Science Club will be meeting Monday Dec. 17th from 2:30-3:30 in Mrs. Pease’s room S-221 to make snow and snowflake crystals. Students are to come sign up outside Mrs. Pease’s room if they are in Science Club and want to attend so she can get an idea of who is coming.

The Lady Bucs basketball team defeated North Webster Tuesday night 60-23.  HIgh scorer was Takaiyah Sweeney with 14 points and 5 assists.

Congratulations to Shelby Watson.  She has been named MaxPreps/United Soccer Coaches High School Player of the Week for Week 1 (for December 3-9)

 

Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Any girls interested in being part of this year's Lady of the Locket pageant may sign up in Mrs. St. Andre's room (Lab 3) during NON class time.

The pageant will be held on Friday, February 1st at Airline High School starting at 7PM.

Thurs-Something-Goin-On-In-The-Library tomorrow!  

December 13th the Library will be hosting information regarding the history of Santa Claus and Mrs. Claus will be visiting from the North Pole!

Come during your lunch shift to have some cookies and milk and play Christmas Bingo with Mrs. Claus while learning a little about our holiday man in red.

In addition to hanging out with Mrs. Claus, the library will have a Mitten Tree set up.  You may donate mittens anytime between now and Dec. 13. Mittens will go to help children at Platt Elementary during winter.

See you Thursday, December 13th!

Area colleges and universities will be visiting HHS on December 14th during lunch shifts for College Day.  Come see LA Tech, ULM, BPCC, NSU, LSUS, and VoTech. The National Guard will also be in attendance to share any information about their branch. Come by the library during your lunch shift and hear what they have to offer!

Students planning to take Driver's Ed in January MUST get an attendance verification form from Mr. S. Brown in ENGlish building 3, Coach Marston in the H building, or the front office. You cannot get your temporary instruction permit without this document. You cannot take Driver's Ed without the temporary instruction permit. If you have submitted a request to Mrs. Guin in the front office for the attendance verification form, you need to come back to the office during non class times to pick up yours.  She has about 25 ready in the office that need to be picked up.

If you are taking AP Chemistry in the spring, please come by Mrs Weinreber’s room S218 to get a packet or join the google classroom through the invite she sent you.

If you are taking AP Language and Composition in the spring, you need to see Mrs. Navarro before Christmas break.

If you are taking AP Environmental Science in the spring, you need to see Ms. McKay or Mrs. Lecompte before we get out for Christmas break.

In preparation for Haughton's 2nd annual Christmas parade this Saturday at 10:00 A.M., please have all vehicles removed from the student and S building parking lots immediately after school on Friday. Your support in this matter is greatly appreciated.

Would you know what to do if you were dropped in the middle of the woods (or desert, or mountains) with only the clothes on your back and -- maybe -- a knife? If you have ever wondered and want to learn how to survive in one these situations, Colonel Zucco is offering a survival class next term.  If interested, visit or send Colonel Zucco an email and he will enroll you in the class.

The PT and Special Operations PT teams will not meet today after school.  

Beta members it is not too late to order a Beta T-Shirt.  Turn your order in to Lab 2. Cost is $10.00.

Our HHS winterguard is selling gift cards to Texas Roadhouse.  See Mrs. Lecompte or any winterguard member to purchase one!

RAK is selling candy cane grams this week. Candy Cane Grams are $1 and to purchase find a RAK representative or purchase in your first block class Thursday and Friday.

The Lady Bucs basketball team defeated North Webster Tuesday night 60-23.  HIgh scorer was Takaiyah Sweeney with 14 points and 5 assists.

 

Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Any girls interested in being part of this year's Lady of the Locket pageant may sign up in Mrs. St. Andre's room (Lab 3) during NON class time.

The pageant will be held on Friday, February 1st at Airline High School starting at 7PM.

Area colleges and universities will be visiting HHS on December 14th during lunch shifts for College Day.  Come see LA Tech, ULM, BPCC, NSU, LSUS, and VoTech. The National Guard will also be in attendance to share any information about their branch. Come by the library during your lunch shift and hear what they have to offer!

Thurs-Something-Goin-On-In-The-Library!

December 13th the Library will be hosting information regarding the history of Santa Claus and Mrs. Claus will be visiting from the North Pole!

Come during your lunch shift to have some cookies and milk and play Christmas Bingo with Mrs. Claus while learning a little about our holiday man in red.

In addition to hanging out with Mrs. Claus, the library will have a Mitten Tree set up.  You may donate mittens anytime between now and Dec. 13. Mittens will go to help children at Platt Elementary during winter.

See you Thursday, December 13th!

Any student who is interested in competing in the music  i3Art Expo for vocal, instrumental, or band may pick up an application from Mr. Williams, Mr. Bond, Coach Rogers, or the office.  Auditions will be held Wednesday, December 12 at 2:30 p.m. in the choir room.

Students planning to take Driver's Ed in January MUST get an attendance verification form from Mr. S. Brown in ENGlish building 3, Coach Marston in the H building, or the front office. You cannot get your temporary instruction permit without this document. You cannot take Driver's Ed without the temporary instruction permit. Don't delay!

If you are taking AP Chemistry in the spring, please come by Mrs Weinreber’s room S218 to get a packet or join the google classroom through the invite she sent you.

If you are taking AP Environmental Science in the spring, you need to see Ms. McKay or Mrs. Lecompte before we get out for Christmas break.

Beta members it is not too late to order a Beta T-Shirt.  Turn your order in to Lab 2. Cost is $10.00.

Our HHS winterguard is selling gift cards to Texas Roadhouse.  See Mrs. Lecompte or any winterguard member to purchase one!

Congratulations to the freshmen boys basketball team.  They beat Northwood 45-26.
KJ Allen and DJ Gladney led the team with 11 points each.  The freshmen are now 4-2 on the season.

The winner for the RAK Dress Like An  Elf contest is Mr. Phil McMillian! Be on the look out for Mr. Phil modeling his best elf attire before we get out for Christmas Break!

RAK is selling candy cane grams this week. Candy Cane Grams are $1 and to purchase find a RAK representative or purchase in you first block class Thursday and Friday.

 

Thursday, December 6, 2018

Area colleges and universities will be visiting HHS on December 14th during lunch shifts for College Day.  Come see LA Tech, ULM, BPCC, NSU, LSUS, and VoTech. The National Guard will also be in attendance to share any information about their branch. Come by the library during your lunch shift and hear what they have to offer!

Thurs-Something-Goin-On-In-The-Library!

December 13th the Library will be hosting information regarding the history of Santa Claus and Mrs. Claus will be visiting from the North Pole!

Come during your lunch shift to have some cookies and milk and play Christmas Bingo with Mrs. Claus while learning a little about our holiday man in red.

In addition to hanging out with Mrs. Claus, the library will have a Mitten Tree set up.  You may donate mittens anytime between now and Dec. 13. Mittens will go to help children at Platt Elementary during winter.

See you Thursday, December 13th!

Any student who is interested in competing in the i3Art Expo for music may pick up an application from Mr. Williams, Mr. Bond, Coach Rogers, or the office.  Auditions will be held Wednesday, December 12 at 2:30 p.m. in the choir room.

Students planning to take Driver's Ed in January MUST get an attendance verification form from Mr. S. Brown in ENGlish building 3, Coach Marston in the H building, or the front office. You cannot get your temporary instruction permit without this document. You cannot take Driver's Ed without the temporary instruction permit. Don't delay!

Attn seniors: Graduation Celebration tickets will be on sale THIS week for $35 in Mrs. Harlan's room (S108) during lunch ONLY.  This is the only time they will be this price!!! Also, Graduate Sales will be on campus Friday during lunch to collect any Senior supply orders and payments.

If you are taking AP Chemistry in the spring, please come by Mrs Weinreber’s room S218 to get a packet or join the google classroom through the invite she sent you.

If you are taking AP Environmental Science in the spring, you need to see Ms. McKay before we get out for Christmas break.

Beta members it is not too late to order a Beta T-Shirt.  Turn your order in to Lab 2. Cost is $10.00.

JROTC will have its annual Aerospace Science Drill Competition this afternoon at 4:00 P.M. in the Boys' Gym. Principals, faculty, staff and student body are cordially invited.

Deadline to nominate a teacher or staff person for December awesome anchor is Friday, December 7.

Congratulations to Gavin Roe and Matthew White for being selected to play in the East/West All Star game in Ruston December 15.  Also, congratulations to Coach Brotherton who has been chosen as the head coach for this game along with Coach Gary Smith as defensive coordinator and Coach Harlan as the offensive line coach.  We are proud of you!

Freshman girls basketball team lost to Benton last night 48-28.  JV Lady Bucs won 41-38. High scorer was Crystal Norton with 21 points.

All of this week, everyone at HHS will have the opportunity to vote for a faculty member to dress up as an elf before we get out for the holiday break. Each vote cost $1. Voting takes place in the Buc Den during all lunch shifts and everyone can vote as many times and as often as they like. RAK club encourages participation, whether you are voting on your favorite HHS teacher or using this as an opportunity for revenge. At yesterday’s count, it looks like Coach Brotherton, Mr. McMillian, Coach O'Nishea, and Coach Smith are all fighting over that elf costume.  Make sure you cast your vote today and tomorrow in the Buc Den!

There will be no activity period during the month of December.

 

Wednesday, December 5, 2018

Area colleges and universities will be visiting HHS on December 14th during lunch shifts for College Day.  Come see LA Tech, ULM, BPCC, NSU, LSUS, and VoTech. The National Guard will also be in attendance to share any information about their branch. Come by the library during your lunch shift and hear what they have to offer!

Thurs-Something-Goin-On-In-The-Library!

December 13th the Library will be hosting information regarding the history of Santa Claus and Mrs. Claus will be visiting from the North Pole!

Come during your lunch shift to have some cookies and milk and play Christmas Bingo with Mrs. Claus while learning a little about our holiday man in red.

In addition to hanging out with Mrs. Claus, the library will have a Mitten Tree set up.  You may donate mittens anytime between now and Dec. 13. Mittens will go to help children at Platt Elementary during winter.

See you Thursday, December 13th!

Any student who is interested in competing in the i3Art Expo for music may pick up an application from Mr. Williams, Mr. Bond, Coach Rogers, or the office.  Auditions will be held Wednesday, December 12 at 2:30 p.m. in the choir room.

Students planning to take Driver's Ed in January MUST get an attendance verification form from Mr. S. Brown in ENGlish building 3, Coach Marston in the H building, or the front office. You cannot get your temporary instruction permit without this document. You cannot take Driver's Ed without the temporary instruction permit. Don't delay!

Attn seniors: Graduation Celebration tickets will be on sale THIS week for $35 in Mrs. Harlan's room (S108) during lunch ONLY.  This is the only time they will be this price!!! Also, Graduate Sales will be on campus Friday during lunch to collect any Senior supply orders and payments.

If you are taking AP Chemistry in the spring, please come by Mrs Weinreber’s room S218 to get a packet or join the google classroom through the invite she sent you.

Anyone that missed the London trip meeting can come by Mr. S. Brown's room, EN3, and get some info! There are still a few spots available!

Beta members it is not too late to order a Beta T-Shirt.  Turn your order in to Lab 2. Cost is $10.00.

JROTC will have its annual Aerospace Science Drill Competition this Thursday at 4:00 P.M. in the Boys' Gym. Principals, faculty, staff and student body are cordially invited.

Deadline to nominate a teacher or staff person for December awesome anchor is Friday, December 7.

Congratulations to Gavin Roe and Matthew White for being selected to play in the East/West All Star game in Ruston December 15.  Also, congratulations to Coach Brotherton who has been chosen as the head coach for this game along with Coach Smith as defensive coordinator and Coach Harlan as the offensive line coach.  We are proud of you!

All of this week, everyone at HHS will have the opportunity to vote for a faculty member to dress up as an elf before we get out for the holiday break. Each vote cost $1. Voting takes place in the Buc Den during all lunch shifts and everyone can vote as many times and as often as they like. RAK club encourages participation, whether you are voting on your favorite HHS teacher or using this as an opportunity for revenge. Faculty: may the  odds be ever in your favor!

 

Monday, December 3, 2018

Area colleges and universities will be visiting HHS on December 14th during lunch shifts for College Day.  Come see LA Tech, ULM, BPCC, NSU, LSUS, and VoTech. The National Guard will also be in attendance to share any information about their branch. Come by the library during your lunch shift and hear what they have to offer!

Thurs-Something-Goin-On-In-The-Library! December 13th the Library will be hosting information regarding the history of Santa Claus!  To help give you an accurate account of how our Jolly Fellow came to giving good cheer and toys to the world, Mrs. Claus will be visiting from the North Pole! Come during your lunch shift to have some cookies and milk and play Christmas Bingo with Mrs. Claus while learning a little about our holiday man in red. In addition to hanging out with Mrs. Claus, help her gather mittens for kids in need in our Haughton community.  The library will have a Mitten Tree set up! Hang your mittens on the Mitten Tree and give back to our community at any time between now and the end of the day Thursday, December 13th.  Mittens will go to help children at Platt Elementary during winter. See you Thursday, December 13th!

Students planning to take Driver's Ed in January MUST get an attendance verification form from Mr. S. Brown in ENGlish building 3, Coach Marston in the H building, or the front office. You cannot get your temporary instruction permit without this document. You cannot take Driver's Ed without the temporary instruction permit. Don't delay!

Attn seniors: Graduation Celebration tickets will be on sale THIS week for $35 in Mrs. Harlan's room (S108) during lunch ONLY.  This is the only time they will be this price!!!

If you are taking AP Chemistry in the spring, please come by Mrs Weinreber’s room S218 to get a packet or join the google classroom through the invite she sent you.

Anyone that missed the London trip meeting can come by Mr. S. Brown's room, EN3, and get some info! There are still a few spots available!

Track tryouts for boys and girls will be this Wednesday after school at the track.  Please sign up in the girl's gym with Coach Wilkerson or in E-15 with Coach Haley. Bring clothes and have a ride by 3:45.

JROTC attended the Walter B. Jacob Orienteering Meet this past Saturday at which time 5 out of 11 orienteers won medals. Makenzi Williamson and Tobey Ferguson placed 1st; Hannah Morris and Holden Morgan placed 2nd; and James Garber placed 3rd. Congratulations Bucs in Blue!!

Drill team will meet today in the large JROTC classroom from 2:30 until 3:30. Color guard will meet tomorrow the same place and time

Congratulations to our Lady Bucs basketball team for winning the girls’ division of the Jack Clayton Invitational Tournament by beating Haynesville 51-25.  Tarralyn Sweeney was the high scorer with 21 points and Annie Chapple had 7 blocks. The Lady Bucs will travel to Northwood tomorrow night to play at 6 p.m.

After a long day at Parkway Saturday,  the Bucs walked away with a few medals in wrestling. 145lb 2nd place Nate Williams, 160lb 3rd place Ryker St. John, 170lb 3rd place Juan Flores, 182lb 2nd place Garrett Timm, and 195lb 3rd place Justin Nixon. Congratulations to our wrestling team.

All of this week, everyone at HHS will have the opportunity to vote for a faculty member to dress up as an elf before we get out for the holiday break. Each vote cost $1. Voting takes place in the Buc Den during all lunch shifts and everyone can vote as many times and as often as they like. RAK club encourages participation, whether you are voting on your favorite HHS teacher or using this as an opportunity for revenge. Faculty: may the  odds be ever in your favor!

 

Friday, November 30, 2018

HHS College Day Set For December 14thArea colleges and universities will be visiting HHS on December 14th during lunch shifts.  Come see LA Tech, ULM, BPCC, NSU, LSUS, and VoTech. The National Guard will also be in attendance to share any information about their branch. Come by the library during your lunch shift and hear what they have to offer!

Thurs-Something-Goin-On-In-The-Library! December 13th the Library will be hosting information regarding the history of Santa Claus!  To help give you an accurate account of how our Jolly Fellow came to giving good cheer and toys to the world, Mrs. Claus will be visiting from the North Pole! Come during your lunch shift to have some cookies and milk and play Christmas Bingo with Mrs. Claus while learning a little about our holiday man in red. In addition to hanging out with Mrs. Claus, help her gather mittens for kids in need in our Haughton community.  The library will have a Mitten Tree set up! Hang your mittens on the Mitten Tree and give back to our community at any time between now and the end of the day Thursday, December 13th.  Mittens will go to help children at Platt Elementary during winter. See you Thursday, December 13th!

Students planning to take Driver's Ed in January MUST get an attendance verification form from Mr. S. Brown in ENGlish building 3, Coach Marston in the H building, or the front office. You cannot get your temporary instruction permit without this document. You cannot take Driver's Ed without the temporary instruction permit. Don't delay!

Attn seniors: Graduation Celebration tickets will be on sale NEXT week for $35 in Mrs. Harlan's room (S108) during lunch ONLY.  This is the only time they will be this price!!!

If you are taking AP Chemistry in the spring, please come by Mrs Weinreber’s room S218 to get a packet or join the google classroom through the invite she sent you.

Beta/NHS, the sign up sheet for Christmas the Buccaneer Way is now available.  Come by Lab 2 to sign up during non class times.

Beta T-Shirt orders are due today.  Turn the money in to Mrs. Cox in Lab 2.  Shirts are $10.00.

Anyone that missed the London trip meeting can come by Mr. S. Brown's room, EN3, and get some info! There are still a few spots available!

Saturday, December 1 from 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m. our Haughton Talented Music students will be performing at the Haughton Hometown Market.  Everyone is invited to attend.

Our Lady Bucs soccer team and Ruston tied 1-1 in the opening game of the Bossier Tourney. Haughton’s goal was scored by Alyssa Taylor. Haughton is scheduled to play Evangel tonight at 8pm @ Tinsley.  Haughton is now 1-2-2 on the season.

Congratulations to our Lady Bucs basketball team.  They defeated North DeSoto last night 51-22 and will play in the championship game of the Jack Clayton tournament today at 5:30 p.m. here at HHS.  Tarralyn Sweeney was the high scorer with 15 points. Remember, if you’re in the Crew and you wear your Crew t-shirt to the basketball games, you get in for $1.  That’s a $6 discount from the regular admission price of $7.

 

Thursday, November 29, 2018

HHS College Day Set For December 14th.Area colleges and universities will be visiting HHS on December 14th during lunch shifts.  Come see LA Tech, ULM, BPCC, NSU, LSUS, and VoTech. The National Guard will also be in attendance to share any information about their branch. Come by the library during your lunch shift and hear what they have to offer!

Students planning to take Driver's Ed in January MUST get an attendance verification form from Mr. S. Brown in ENGlish building 3, Coach Marston in the H building, or the front office. You cannot get your temporary instruction permit without this document. You cannot take Driver's Ed without the temporary instruction permit. Don't delay!

Attn seniors: Graduation Celebration tickets will be on sale NEXT week for $35 in Mrs. Harlan's room (S108) during lunch ONLY.  This is the only time they will be this price!!!

If you are taking AP Chemistry in the spring, please come by Mrs Weinreber’s room S218 to get a packet or join the google classroom through the invite she sent you.

Beta/NHS, the sign up sheet for Christmas the Buccaneer Way is now available.  Come by Lab 2 to sign up during non class times.

Beta T-Shirt orders are due today.  Turn the money in to Mrs. Cox in Lab 2.  Shirts are $10.00.

Anyone that missed the London trip meeting can come by Mr. S. Brown's room, EN3, and get some info! There are still a few spots available!

Saturday, December 1 from 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m. our Haughton Talented Music students will be performing at the Haughton Hometown Market.  Everyone is invited to attend.

 

Tuesday, November 28, 2018

Are you taking the December 8th ACT?

HHS is excited to offer ACT Boot Camp on Saturday, December 1st from 9 to noon.  Whether you are trying to improve your overall score or a subscore, this day is for YOU!

Sign up is mandatory and limited to only 55 participants. To sign up, see Mrs. McKay in S112 either before school or at lunch.  You will need to pay $5 before Thursday, November 29th to be part of this program.

 

Congratulations to those students who won the Way2Go Wednesday drawing from Wednesday, November 14th.  Your prizes are with your 1st block teacher! A list of the winners is on the HHS website. Check and see if you are a winner.

 

HHS College Day Set For December 14th

Area colleges and universities will be visiting HHS on December 14th during lunch shifts.  Come see LA Tech, ULM, BPCC, NSU, LSUS, and VoTech. The National Guard will also be in attendance to share any information about their branch. Come by the library during your lunch shift and hear what they have to offer!

 

Beta/NHS, the sign up sheet for Christmas the Buccaneer Way is now available.  Come by Lab 2 to sign up during non class times.

 

Beta T-Shirt orders are due by Friday, November 30.  Turn the money in to Mrs. Cox in Lab 2. Shirts are $10.00.

 

Anyone that missed the London trip meeting can come by Mr. S. Brown's room, EN3, and get some info! There are still a few spots available!

 

Monday, November 26, 2018

Are you taking the December 8th ACT?  Do you want strategies to help improve your score?  Do you need help with management of time in each section of the test? Tips on how to prepare?

HHS is excited to offer ACT Boot Camp on Saturday, December 1st from 9 to noon.  The instructors are experienced in teaching strategies to improve your testing on a timed test as well as ways to improve your score on certain question types.  Whether you are trying to improve your overall score or a subscore, this day is for YOU!

Sign up is mandatory and limited to only 55 participants. To sign up, see Mrs. McKay in S112 either before school or at lunch.  You will need to pay $5 before November 29th to be part of this program.

Due to a testing conflict, the BUC Spirit Pizza Party will be moved to November 27th.  If you received an invitation to attend, please make note to come to the library on this day.

The PBIS Free Dress Fundraiser has been rescheduled to Friday, November 30th.

Anyone that missed the London trip meeting can come by Mr. S. Brown's room, EN3, and get some info! There are still a few spots available!

Drill team will meet today in the large JROTC classroom from 2:30 until 3:30. Color guard will meet tomorrow the same place and time.

Friday, November 16, 2018

Are you taking the December 8th ACT?  Do you want strategies to help improve your score?  Do you need help with management of time in each section of the test? Tips on how to prepare?

HHS is excited to offer ACT Boot Camp on Saturday, December 1st from 9 to noon.  The instructors are experienced in teaching strategies to improve your testing on a timed test as well as ways to improve your score on certain question types.  Whether you are trying to improve your overall score or a subscore, this day is for YOU!

Sign up is mandatory and limited to only 55 participants. To sign up, see Mrs. McKay in S112 either before school or at lunch.  You will need to pay $5 before November 29th to be part of this program.

Due to a testing conflict, the BUC Spirit Pizza Party will be moved to November 27th.  If you received an invitation to attend, please make note to come to the library on this day.

The PBIS Free Dress Fundraiser that was scheduled for this Friday, has been rescheduled to Friday, November 30th.

Beta Members:  This week we will be collecting regular bed pillows for The Renesting Project.  Members can bring 2 pillows for 1 service hour. Pillows must be delivered to Mrs. Stallcup or Mrs. Cox no later than Friday, November. 16th.

Cyber team will meet today after school in the library.

Anyone that missed the London trip meeting can come by Mr. S. Brown's room, EN3, and get some info! There are still a few spots available!

The Holidays can be expense with gift purchases and holiday meals to pay for.  Your JROTC Bucs in Blue are selling raffle tickets for $50 gift cards for Brookshire's and Ivey's Lumber and  $10 Subway cards next Saturday and Sunday 10-4 at Brookshire's and 10-2 at Ivey's Lumber. Tickets are $2 each/3 for $5.  They will make great gifts!

Students:  If you check out to attend the playoff game, you need to find Mrs. Shaw at the game to sign the sheet which will mark you as excused from school.  

 

Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Are you taking the December 8th ACT?  Do you want strategies to help improve your score?  Do you need help with management of time in each section of the test? Tips on how to prepare?

HHS is excited to offer ACT Boot Camp on Saturday, December 1st from 9 to noon.  The instructors are experienced in teaching strategies to improve your testing on a timed test as well as ways to improve your score on certain question types.  Whether you are trying to improve your overall score or a subscore, this day is for YOU!

Sign up is mandatory and limited to only 55 participants. To sign up, see Mrs. McKay in S112 either before school or at lunch.  You will need to pay $5 before November 29th to be part of this program.

One more time, the date for ACT Boot camp is Saturday, December 1st from 9 to noon in the S building.  Cost is $5 cash to Mrs. McKay by Thursday, November 29th.

If you were chosen to attend the BUC Spirit Pizza party on Friday, November 16th, it has been rescheduled to November 28 due to the playoff game.

The PBIS Free Dress Fundraiser that was scheduled for this Friday, has been rescheduled to Friday, November 30th.

Balfour will be in the library today, immediately after school until 6:30 to assist you with your ring orders.  If you have any questions, please ask one of the ring staff members or Mrs. Harlan.

Beta Members:  This week we will be collecting regular bed pillows for The Renesting Project.  Members can bring 2 pillows for 1 service hour. Pillows must be delivered to Mrs. Stallcup or Mrs. Cox no later than Friday, November. 16th.


Thurs-Something-Going-On-In-The-Library this week!

In celebration of Aviation History Month, the Library will be hosting military personnel and Shreveport Regional Airport's Air Traffic Controllers to give you some information on aviation in their field.  Come hear live Air Traffic Controllers direct traffic in the air above you from all over the United States and see aerial maps of Haughton Town on display. As you peruse the displays, have yourself an airplane snack!

Are you an aspiring paper airplane maker?  Well, come compete with your fellow students in a paper airplane making contest!  Prizes will be awarded each lunch shift to the winners!

Come see what fun the Library has going on Thursday, November 15th, during your lunch shift!

Our last Way2Go Wednesday for the Fall Semester will be held today during all 4 lunch shifts.

Make sure your name is on your BUC Bucks and don't forget to be wearing your current ID when coming through the line.  

Mr. Haynie would like to remind all students that camoflauge is not a school approved jacket.  He says do not wear it to school.  

 

Tuesday, November 13, 2018

National Guard will be set up in the plaza today during lunch shifts.  

If you were chosen to attend the BUC Spirit Pizza party on Friday, November 16th, the BUC Spirit pizza party has been rescheduled to November 28 due to the playoff game.

The PBIS Free Dress Fundraiser that was scheduled for this Friday, has been rescheduled to Friday, November 30th.

Attn Juniors:

Balfour will be in the library on Wednesday, November 14, immediately after school until 6:30 to assist you with your ring orders.  If you have any questions, please ask one of the ring staff members or Mrs. Harlan.

Beta Members:  This week we will be collecting regular bed pillows for The Renesting Project.  Members can bring 2 pillows for 1 service hour. Pillows must be delivered to Mrs. Stallcup or Mrs. Cox no later than Friday, November. 16th.

Marksmanship Team will meet today in the Buc Den.

Special operations and PT Teams will meet tomorrow after school.   

Thurs-Something-Going-On-In-The-Library this week!

In celebration of Aviation History Month, the Library will be hosting military personnel and Shreveport Regional Airport's Air Traffic Controllers to give you some information on aviation in their field.  Come hear live Air Traffic Controllers direct traffic in the air above you from all over the United States and see aerial maps of Haughton Town on display. As you peruse the displays, have yourself an airplane snack!

Are you an aspiring paper airplane maker?  Well, come compete with your fellow students in a paper airplane making contest!  Prizes will be awarded each lunch shift to the winners!

Come see what fun the Library has going on Thursday, November 15th, during your lunch shift!

Our last Way2Go Wednesday for the Fall Semester will be held on Wednesday, November 14th! Get those BUC Bucks ready!

Make sure your name is on your BUC Bucks and don't forget to be wearing your current ID when coming through the line.  

Drawings will include:

(10) $5 Sonic Gift Cards

(20) Tardy Forgiveness

(20) ID Forgiveness

(2) short sleeved shirts

(1) Sweatshirts

(1) Long-Sleeved shirt

See you next Wednesday!

Mr. Haynie would like to remind all students that camoflauge is not a school approved jacket.  He says do not wear it to school.  

 

Monday, November 12, 2018

New information for spring Driver Ed is on HHS website. It is very important to check it out before signing up.

Attn Juniors:

Balfour will be in the library on Wednesday, November 14, immediately after school until 6:30 to assist you with your ring orders.  If you have any questions, please ask one of the ring staff members or Mrs. Harlan.

Beta Members:  This week we will be collecting regular bed pillows for The Renesting Project.  Members can bring 2 pillows for 1 service hour. Pillows must be delivered to Mrs. Stallcup or Mrs. Cox no later than Friday, November. 16th.

Drill team practice is cancelled today. Color guard will meet tomorrow from 2:30 until 3:30 in the large JROTC classroom, weather permitting.  Space team is cancelled today. Marksmanship Team will meet tomorrow after school in the Buc Den

PBIS is hosting a Free Dress Fundraiser on Friday, November 16th.  Students wishing to participate may pay $3 to their first block teacher.  Please remember, jeans worn must be medium to dark blue denim with no holes, no patches, no studs, and no writing.

Thurs-Something-Going-On-In-The-Library this week!

In celebration of Aviation History Month, the Library will be hosting military personnel and Shreveport Regional Airport's Air Traffic Controllers to give you some information on aviation in their field.  Come hear live Air Traffic Controllers direct traffic in the air above you from all over the United States and see aerial maps of Haughton Town on display. As you peruse the displays, have yourself an airplane snack!

Are you an aspiring paper airplane maker?  Well, come compete with your fellow students in a paper airplane making contest!  Prizes will be awarded each lunch shift to the winners!

Come see what fun the Library has going on Thursday, November 15th, during your lunch shift!

 

Our last Way2Go Wednesday for the Fall Semester will be held on Wednesday, November 14th! Get those BUC Bucks ready!

Make sure your name is on your BUC Bucks and don't forget to be wearing your current ID when coming through the line.  

Drawings will include:

(10) $5 Sonic Gift Cards

(20) Tardy Forgiveness

(20) ID Forgiveness

(2) short sleeved shirts

(1) Sweatshirts

(1) Long-Sleeved shirt

See you next Wednesday!

In the 1st competition of the year the HHS Archery team WON 1st place! With a 150 point lead over the nearest competitor.

Top Shooting HS male: Colorado Green

3rd place male: Aiden Jones

2nd place female: Riley Runkle

Finishing in the top 20 were:

Colorado Green

Riley Runkle

Aiden Jones

Rich Jennings

Kaitlynn Kruithof

Daniel Robinson

Jamie Schopp

Allura Williams

Taittum Sischo

Hailey Williams

 

Friday, November 9, 2018

New information for spring Driver Ed is on HHS website. It is very important to check it out before signing up.

Attn Juniors:

Balfour will be in the library on Wednesday, November 14, immediately after school until 6:30 to assist you with your ring orders.  If you have any questions, please ask one of the ring staff members or Mrs. Harlan.

Beta Members:  Next week we will be collecting regular bed pillows for The Renesting Project.  Members can bring 2 pillows for 1 service hour. Pillows must be delivered to Mrs. Stallcup or Mrs. Cox no later than Friday, November. 16th.

PBIS is hosting a Free Dress Fundraiser on Friday, November 16th.  Students wishing to participate may pay $3 to their first block teacher.  Please remember, jeans worn must be medium to dark blue denim with no holes, no patches, no studs, and no writing.

Thurs-Something-Going-On-In-The-Library next week!

In celebration of Aviation History Month, the Library will be hosting military personnel and Shreveport Regional Airport's Air Traffic Controllers to give you some information on aviation in their field.  Come hear live Air Traffic Controllers direct traffic in the air above you from all over the United States and see aerial maps of Haughton Town on display. As you peruse the displays, have yourself an airplane snack!

Are you an aspiring paper airplane maker?  Well, come compete with your fellow students in a paper airplane making contest!  Prizes will be awarded each lunch shift to the winners!

Come see what fun the Library has going on Thursday, November 15th, during your lunch shift!

Our last Way2Go Wednesday for the Fall Semester will be held on Wednesday, November 14th! Get those BUC Bucks ready!

Make sure your name is on your BUC Bucks and don't forget to be wearing your current ID when coming through the line.  

Drawings will include:

(10) $5 Sonic Gift Cards

(20) Tardy Forgiveness

(20) ID Forgiveness

(2) short sleeved shirts

(1) Sweatshirts

(1) Long-Sleeved shirt

See you next Wednesday!

Pre-game football playoff tickets will be sold in the library today from 7:30 a.m until 2:40 p.m.  All tickets are $10.00.

The Bucs take on the Bulldogs from Fontainebleu High School tonight at 7 p.m. here at HHS.  We will have a pep rally today and the spirit flag will be up for grabs to the class who is showing the most spirit throughout the entire pep rally.  Student Council is also hosting a battle between the classes during the pep rally, so be sure and cheer for your classmates today and that will help your chances at winning the spirit flag, too!

Wednesday, November 7, 2018

New information for spring Driver Ed is on HHS website. It is very important to check it out before signing up.

Special Ops and PT team will not meet today.

Juniors and Seniors don’t forget you will be having meetings with representatives from Balfour today.  Juniors will meet at 9:15 a.m. in the boys’ gym and seniors will follow. An announcement will be made when it is time to send the seniors to the boys’ gym.

Monday, November 5, 2018

Awesome Anchors for the Month will be drawn today.  Please fill out a nomination form for that teacher, staff member, custodian, or cafeteria worker who has been making a difference at HHS.  Nomination are due by the end of lunch on Monday.

Congratulations to Hannah Crowder!  She won a $1000 scholarship for completing her FAFSA!   Seniors, be sure to get your FAFSA taken care of and then complete the scholarship through Lela.  Instructions will be sent to your school email. Remember you must complete the FAFSA or complete the waiver in order to graduate.  

Beta Officers will have a meeting on Wednesday, November 7 at 7:10 in Lab 2.

Space Team will meet today after school in the small JROTC Classroom.

Drill team will meet today in the large JROTC classroom from 2:30 until 3:30. Color guard will meet on Thursday the same place and time.

Our Big Red Band competed in the Louisiana Showcase of Marching Bands on Saturday.  They earned the rating of "1" in Band, Drum Major, and Percussion and a rating of "2" in Auxiliary.  Way to go Big Red!

Friday, November 2, 2018

Student Council is collecting t-shirts to turn into jump ropes for Operation Christmas Child boxes. If you'd like to donate any old shirts, please drop them off today in Mrs. Marks room (Lab 1).

Seniors:  If you are planning on graduating at mid-term, please see Mrs. Waldron during your lunch shift.

Today is the deadline to sign up for the December ACT.

All returning bowlers from last year need to come by Tardy Central and pick up packets, physical forms and sign in to update info.  We will start practice on November 5th at Holiday lanes from 3-5 PM and on Mondays and Wednesday thereafter until notified of any changes.  If you need more info, contact Coach Faulkner at Tardy Central.

Awesome Anchors for the Month will be drawn on Monday.  Please fill out a nomination form for that teacher, staff member, custodian, or cafeteria worker who has been making a difference at HHS.  Nomination are due by the end of lunch on Monday.

If you have lost any items such as jackets, sweatshirts, backpacks, etc., please check the table in the main office. That is the current location for “lost and found” items.

The lady Bucs volleyball team played tough, but were defeated by a very good Sam Houston team in the first round of the LHSAA playoffs last night. The Lady Bucs would like to thank all who came to support them at matches this season. They finished the season with 21 wins, which is the most in program history in a season. 10 of those wins were a part of our 2nd district title in a row and first ever undefeated district title.

The Bucs Killian Hillinger competed in the Regional Cross Country Meet in Pineville yesterday finishing in 12th place with a big  personal record of 16:47. He earned the honor of All Regional Team and has qualified to compete at the 5A State Meet. Way to go, Killian!

Happy birthday today to Riley Hooper, Sara Huffstutler, and Mrs. Brotherton and a happy over the weekend birthday to Braydon Lampkin, Brandon Fory, and Dakota Moseley.

Thursday, November 1, 2018

Student Council is collecting t-shirts to turn into jump ropes for Operation Christmas Child boxes. If you'd like to donate any old shirts, please drop them off in Mrs. Marks room (Lab 1) by Friday.

If you are planning on graduating at mid-term, please see Mrs. Waldron during your lunch shift.

If you want to take the December ACT, you must sign up online by this Friday at midnight.  Seniors who want to qualify for Spring Scholarships and still need to increase their score should take this test!  Students who are on free and reduced lunch also qualify for 2 free tests. Vouchers are available with Mrs. Arbuckle in H1.

All returning bowlers from last year need to come by Tardy Central and pick up packets, physical forms and sign in to update info.  We will start practice on November 5th at Holiday lanes from 3-5 PM and on Mondays and Wednesday thereafter until notified of any changes.  If you need more info, contact Coach Faulkner at Tardy Central.

The varsity volleyball team will play Sam Houston in the 1st round of the playoffs today at 5:00 at Sam Houston High School.  Good luck to our Lady Bucs!!

If you participated in the Way2Go Wednesday Drawing yesterday, please check the HHS Website to see if you won a prize.  A list of winners has also been sent to your teacher.

Claim your prize in the Library before Friday, November 9, 2018.  

If you have lost any items such as jackets, sweatshirts, backpacks, etc., please check the table in the main office. That is the current location for “lost and found” items.

Representatives from the US Air Force will be on campus today during all four lunch shifts.

SADD would like to thank everyone who purchased a Boo Bag and who pledged to live a life drug free.  They have some boo bags left over and they are for sale. If you missed your opportunity to purchase a boo bag but would like one, stop by Ms. Ward's room during lunch or between classes to purchase as many as you would like for $1 each until they are sold out.

There is no activity period today, but the PBIS Advisory group will meet in Mrs. Lombardino’s room during regular activity period time.  Please refer to the email Mrs. Hall sent with the names of the students who should be released for that meeting.

 

Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Way2Go Wednesday will be taking place today.  Get those Buc Bucks ready!

Drawings will include:

(10) $5 Chick Fil A gift cards

(20) Tardy Forgiveness coupons

(20) ID Forgiveness coupons

(2) sweatshirts

(1) long sleeve shirt

(1) National Guard Goodie bag

Remember, you must have a current ID or Temporary ID to enter and make sure your name is on your BUC BUCKS!  See you during your lunch shift today at the library.

Student Council is collecting t-shirts to turn into jump ropes for Operation Christmas Child boxes. If you'd like to donate any old shirts, please drop them off in Mrs. Marks room (Lab 1) by Friday.

If you want to take the December ACT, you must sign up online by this Friday at midnight.  Seniors who want to qualify for Spring Scholarships and still need to increase their score should take this test!  Students who are on free and reduced lunch also qualify for 2 free tests. Vouchers are available with Mrs. Arbuckle in H1.

All returning bowlers from last year need to come by Tardy Central and pick up packets, physical forms and sign in to update info.  We will start practice on November 5th at Holiday lanes from 3-5 PM and on Mondays and Wednesday thereafter until notified of any changes.  If you need more info, contact Coach Faulkner at Tardy Central.

The varsity volleyball team will play Sam Houston in the 1st round of the playoffs on Thursday at 5:00 at Sam Houston High School.  Good luck to our Lady Bucs!!

 

October 31, 2018

Way2Go Wednesday will be taking place today.  Get those Buc Bucks ready!

Drawings will include:

(10) $5 Chick Fil A gift cards

(20) Tardy Forgiveness coupons

(20) ID Forgiveness coupons

(2) sweatshirts

(1) long sleeve shirt

(1) National Guard Goodie bag

Remember, you must have a current ID or Temporary ID to enter and make sure your name is on your BUC BUCKS!  See you during your lunch shift today at the library.

 

Student Council is collecting t-shirts to turn into jump ropes for Operation Christmas Child boxes. If you'd like to donate any old shirts, please drop them off in Mrs. Marks room (Lab 1) by Friday.

 

If you want to take the December ACT, you must sign up online by this Friday at midnight.  Seniors who want to qualify for Spring Scholarships and still need to increase their score should take this test!  Students who are on free and reduced lunch also qualify for 2 free tests. Vouchers are available with Mrs. Arbuckle in H1.

 

All returning bowlers from last year need to come by Tardy Central and pick up packets, physical forms and sign in to update info.  We will start practice on November 5th at Holiday lanes from 3-5 PM and on Mondays and Wednesday thereafter until notified of any changes.  If you need more info, contact Coach Faulkner at Tardy Central.

 

The varsity volleyball team will play Sam Houston in the 1st round of the playoffs on Thursday at 5:00 at Sam Houston High School.  Good luck to our Lady Bucs!!

Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Way2Go Wednesday will be taking place on Wednesday, October 31st.  Get those Buc Bucks ready!

Drawings will include:

(10) $5 Chick Fil A gift cards

(20) Tardy Forgiveness coupons

(20) ID Forgiveness coupons

(2) sweatshirts

(1) long sleeve shirt

(1) National Guard Goodie bag

Remember, you must have a current ID or Temporary ID to enter with your name on your BUC BUCKS!  See you Wednesday!

 

Student Council is collecting t-shirts to turn into jump ropes for Operation Christmas Child boxes. If you'd like to donate any old shirts, please drop them off in Mrs. Marks room (Lab 1) by Friday.

 

The deadline for the December 8th test is this Friday at midnight.  If you want to take the December ACT, you must sign up online by this Friday at midnight.  Seniors who want to qualify for Spring Scholarships and still need to increase their score should take this test!  Students who are on free and reduced lunch also qualify for 2 free tests. Vouchers are available with Mrs. Arbuckle in H1.,

 

Each 9 weeks, PBIS draws 1 girl and 1 boy from each grade level that has received all A's and B's.  Congratulations to the following students:

9th Grade:

Madison Hooker

Cooper Longino

10th Grade:

Tylar Horn

Gage East

11th Grade:

Riley Runkle

Zackey Hogg

12th Grade:

Sheiny Marroquin

Deandre Feaster

Teachers, please release these students the library now to receive their prize.

 

Monday, October 29, 2018

Way2Go Wednesday will be taking place on Wednesday, October 31st.  Get those Buc Bucks ready!

Drawings will include:

(10) $5 Chick Fil A gift cards

(20) Tardy Forgiveness coupons

(20) ID Forgiveness coupons

(2) sweatshirts

(1) long sleeve shirt

(1) National Guard Goodie bag

Remember, you must have a current ID or Temporary ID to enter with your name on your BUC BUCKS!  See you Wednesday!

SADD  members are still selling BOO Bags today, but please get your order in today so they can get those ready to distribute on Wednesday!

SADD also wants to encourage you to pledge to live a life that is drug free. Members will have pledge cards today for you to share your decision!

Drill team will meet today from 2:30 until 3:30 in the large JROTC classroom. Color guard will meet tomorrow the same time and place.

LSUS will be on campus today during all four lunch shifts.

This past Saturday The Big Red Buccaneer Band competed in the Sterlington High School Marching Contest. They earned a “1” in the Marching, Music, General Effect, and Percussion categories and a “2” in the Color Guard category. They placed 3rd overall. Congratulations to our Big Red Band!!

The Highsteppers competed at the State Fair dance and cheer competition Sunday. They received 1st place for kick, Pom, hip hop & small kick ensemble dances.  They also received overall dance grand champion. Congratulations Highsteppers!!

Happy birthday today to Corbin Butler, Wesley Carter, Dawn Warner, and Mrs. Brandon!

 

Friday, October 26, 2018

Way2Go Wednesday will be taking place on Wednesday, October 31st.  Get those Buc Bucks ready!
Drawings will include:
(10) $5 Chick Fil A gift cards
(20) Tardy Forgiveness coupons
(20) ID Forgiveness coupons
(2) sweatshirts
(1) long sleeve shirt
(1) National Guard Goodie bag
Remember, you must have a current ID or Temporary ID to enter with your name on your BUC BUCKS!  See you Wednesday!

SADD is a club for students who want to encourage others to make good decisions. SADD is an open enrollment and all inclusive organization. We want you to be a part! Why do we wear red for red ribbon week-a Little SADD history-

In response to the murder of DEA Agent Enrique Camarena, angered parents and youth in communities across the country began wearing Red Ribbons as a symbol of their commitment to raise awareness of the killing and destruction caused by drugs in America. The first Red Ribbon week was in 1988. This Monday members of SADD will have pledge cards. Students will have an opportunity to pledge to travel through life drug free.

You can take the pledge and show your commitment by wearing your red H-Buc shirts!

Today is the last day SADD members will be taking orders for  BOO bags. BOO Bags are $1 each and will be delivered first block Oct 31. Part of the proceeds will be donated to support suicide prevention.

Today is the deadline for Juniors and Seniors to  sign up for the ASVAB test using the google form on Mrs. Arbuckle's website.

Destination Imagination Members who sold t-shirts need to pick up your shirts in Ms. Raley’s room H-09 today.

The Bucs cross country teams competed in the 1-5A district meet yesterday. Killian Hillinger qualified for the regional meet and also is an all district selection by placing 9th overall. He will compete at the regional meet next Thursday.

Happy birthday today to Olivia Dunson, Michaela Jenkins, Alexia Jordan, Thomas St. Clair, and Bailey Thompson and a happy over the weekend birthday to Chance Bordelon, Chase Bordelon, Layton Carmack, Mark Cornett, Demetrus Gladney, Carolyn Madrid, Sarah Smith, Azariah Monroe, and Mrs. Tammy Dunkentell.


Thursday, October 25, 2018
Today is the first "Thurs-Something-Going-On-In-The- Library" Day.  In celebration of National Popcorn Month, come to the library to have a bowl of popcorn, watch some blast from the past cartoons and make your own creepy popcorn hand.  The Bossier Parish Public Library will also be here to talk with you about some upcoming activities they have planned! So come visit the library for Movies & Popcorn today during your lunch shift!

Way2Go Wednesday will be taking place on Wednesday, October 31st.  Get those Buc Bucks ready!

Drawings will include:

(10) $5 Chick Fil A gift cards

(20) Tardy Forgiveness coupons

(20) ID Forgiveness coupons

(2) sweatshirts

(1) long sleeve shirt

(1) National Guard Goodie bag

Remember, you must have a current ID or Temporary ID to enter with your name on your BUC BUCKS!  See you Wednesday!

 

Red Ribbon Week begins NOW!

SADD is a club for students who want to encourage others to make good decisions. SADD is an open enrollment and all inclusive organization. We want you to be a part!

SADD members will be taking orders for  BOO bags during lunch today through Friday. BOO Bags are $1 each and will be delivered first block Oct 31. Part of the proceeds will be donated to support suicide prevention.

Juniors and Seniors can sign up for the ASVAB test using the google form on Mrs. Arbuckle's website until Oct. 26.  

Today is Activity Period and the following groups are meeting: Student Council in Mrs. Marks’ room and PBIS Advisory in Mrs. Lombardino’s room.

Kitty Hawk and Tri M are NOT meeting today.

 

Wednesday, October 24, 2018

This Thursday is the first "Thurs-Something-Going-On-In-The- Library" Day.  In celebration of National Popcorn Month, come to the library to have a bowl of popcorn, watch some blast from the past cartoons and make your own creepy popcorn hand.  The Bossier Parish Public Library will also be here to talk with you about some upcoming activities they have planned! So come visit the library for Movies & Popcorn this Thursday during your lunch shift!

Red Ribbon Week begins NOW!

SADD is a club for students who want to encourage others to make good decisions. SADD is an open enrollment and all inclusive organization. We want you to be a part!

SADD members will be taking orders for  BOO bags during lunch today through Friday. BOO Bags are $1 each and will be delivered first block Oct 31. Part of the proceeds will be donated to support suicide prevention.

Today is the PSAT test.  Students who signed up and paid for the test will be testing during 1st - 3rd block.  Locations for testers have been shared with teachers. Please see your teacher for testing location.

Ring Staff applications are due TODAY.  No late applications will be accepted. Turn them in to Mrs. Harlan.

Juniors and Seniors can sign up for the ASVAB test using the google form on Mrs. Arbuckle's website until Oct. 26.  

The freshmen football team defeated the Parkway Panthers Monday night 14-0. Joshua Sewell ran for the first touchdown, and Elton Bryant finished it off with a 2 point conversion. The second Bucs touchdown came on a 4th down 35 yard touchdown pass from Roman Tolbert to Hunter Tolbert. The entire defense played a great game. The final freshmen game will be next Monday at home vs Airline. Go Bucs.

The JV and Varsity volleyball teams defeated Northwood last night to complete district play with a perfect 10-0 record!

Varsity standouts were

Kaylee Swiger who had 8 kills

Arielle Emanuel had 7 kills

Taralyn Sweeney had 5 kills

And Reanna Crumpler had 12 digs and 2 kills

 

Tuesday, October 23, 2018

This Thursday is the first "Thurs-Something-Going-On-In-The- Library" Day.  In celebration of National Popcorn Month, come to the library to have a bowl of popcorn, watch some blast from the past cartoons and make your own creepy popcorn hand.  The Bossier Parish Public Library will also be here to talk with you about some upcoming activities they have planned! So come visit the library for Movies & Popcorn this Thursday during your lunch shift!

SADD members will begin selling boo bags for $1 each this Wednesday. See any SADD member to purchase one or stop by their table during lunch to order one for yourself, a friend, or your favorite teacher!

Tomorrow is the PSAT test.  Students who signed up and paid for the test will be testing during 1st - 3rd block.  Locations for testers have been shared with teachers. Please see your teacher for testing location.

Attention Juniors:   If you are interested in being on Ring Staff, please pick up an application outside Mrs. Harlan's room (S108).  

Applications are due by Wednesday, October 24 and Ring Staff will be announced on Friday, October 26.  Late applications will not be accepted.

Juniors and Seniors can sign up for the ASVAB test using the google form on Mrs. Arbuckle's website until Oct. 26.  If you prefer, you can see Mrs. Arbuckle in H1 between classes or at lunch. A sign up sheet is in the box by her door.If you have a testing fee for Mrs Arbuckle today, see Mrs. Stallcup. She will collect and sign for your fee.

Bossier Parish will be holding it’s College and Career Night tonight  from 5:30-7:30 at the Bossier Civic Center. It is a come and go event for all Parish juniors and seniors.  Representatives from universities, colleges, businesses and the armed forces will be present.

The JV and Varsity volleyball teams defeated Caddo magnet last night to secure our 2nd straight district championship.

Arielle Emanuel had 11 kills, 5 aces, and 1 block

Taralyn Sweeney had 7 kills and 2 blocks.

Next volleyball action is tonight at Northwood at 5:30 and 6:30!

 

Monday, October 22, 2018

Teachers:  Due to the traffic congestion caused by the 18 wheeler wreck this morning, we will be holding tardies until 7:50 a.m.

JROTC attended Lake Claiborne Orienteering Competition this past Saturday at which time the following orienteers placed in accordance with their age and course category. James Garber and Joe Busby placed 1st on the white course; Eli Hickey placed 2nd on the white course; Tobey Ferguson placed 3rd on the white course; Norman Pritchard and Brandon Moll placed 1st on the yellow course; Alexis Martwick placed 1st on the orange course; Johnathan Houghes placed 2nd on the orange course, and Koehn Farrell placed 1st on the brown course. Congratulations to all orienteers. Way to go Bucs in Blue!

Drill team will practice today from 2:30 until 4:00 in the large JROTC classroom. Color guard will practice tomorrow the same place and time.

SADD meeting Tuesday morning (tomorrow) at 7 am in S125. Please be present to sign up for Red Ribbon Week activities. If you can't be present, stop by Mrs. Ward's room to sign up.

SADD members will begin selling boo bags for $1 each this Wednesday. See any SADD member to purchase one or stop by their table during lunch to order one for yourself, a friend, or your favorite teacher!

Our Fall blood drive is today.  First block teachers have a hard copy of the donor schedule in their mailboxes and an electronic copy shared with them.   All donors should hydrate well during the day. Donors should have eaten breakfast and should eat lunch too!!!!!.  Also, all donors will use the backside of their yellow hall passes to sign out of class to the blood drive and sign back in from the drive. Signing the back of their passes will ensure we don't waste the front space and penalize students for volunteering to donate blood.  

Space Team will meet today in the small JROTC classroom.

Attention Juniors:   If you are interested in being on Ring Staff, please pick up an application outside Mrs. Harlan's room (S108).  

Applications are due by Wednesday, October 24 and Ring Staff will be announced on Friday, October 26.  Late applications will not be accepted.

Juniors and Seniors can sign up for the ASVAB test using the google form on Mrs. Arbuckle's website until Oct. 26.  If you prefer, you can see Mrs. Arbuckle in H1 between classes or at lunch. A sign up sheet is in the box by her door.If you have a testing fee for Mrs Arbuckle today, see Mrs. Stallcup. She will collect and sign for your fee.

Bossier Parish will be holding it’s College and Career Night on October 23 from 5:30-7:30 at the Bossier Civic Center.  It is a come and go event for all Parish juniors and seniors. Representatives from universities, colleges, businesses and the armed forces will be present.

There will be NO cheerleader practice today!!

We have a big district volleyball match at home tonight versus Caddo Magnet.  JV plays at 5:30 and varsity plays at 6:30. It’s also Senior Night and our Lady Bucs seniors will be presented after the JV match.  If we win tonight, we are the Division 2, District 1 champions for the second year in a row, so let’s pack the gym for this huge Lady Bucs volleyball game.  As always, all students get in free with your student ID.

 

Friday, October 19, 2018

All students attending the Homecoming Dance Saturday, October 20th, must bring their ID to the dance.  Off campus guests must have a valid ID as well.

Student Council has some extra homecoming tshirts available for purchase for $15. They can be purchased in Mrs. Marks room on a first come, first serve basis!

Please donate to the HHS Homecoming Penny Drive today.  All proceeds from the penny drive go to help with the medical expenses for freshman Maddy Mouser who just had a lung transplant.  

Our Fall blood drive will be Monday.  First block teachers will have a copy of the donor schedule in their mail boxes and via email Monday morning.  All donors should hydrate well the day before and on Monday.  Donors should eat breakfast Monday morning regardless of when they donate!!

If they are donating in the afternoon, they should eat lunch too!!!!!.  Also, all donors will use their yellow hall passes to sign in and out of your classes to and from the blood drive.

The HHS Cyber Defense team will compete today at the beginning of 3rd block until 5:00PM.  Competitors should report to the library before going to lunch.

Attention Juniors:   If you are interested in being on Ring Staff, please pick up an application outside Mrs. Harlan's room (S108).  

Applications are due by Wednesday, October 24 and Ring Staff will be announced on Friday, October 26.  Late applications will not be accepted.

Juniors and Seniors can sign up for the ASVAB test using the google form on Mrs. Arbuckle's website.  Sign ups are from 10/16 to 10/26. If you prefer, you can see Mrs. Arbuckle in H1 between classes or at lunch.  A sign up sheet is in the box by her door.If you have a testing fee for Mrs Arbuckle today, see Mrs. Stallcup. She will collect and sign for your fee.

Congratulations to the gray team Lady Bucs JV volleyball squad who won their match against Caddo Magnet in 3 sets.

Please note that Monday is ACT 21 Domination Day.  The students who have received the grey ACT 21 Domination shirt may wear it on Monday, October 22nd with jeans.

There will be no freshman basketball practice today.

Congratulations to the winners of our door decorating contest.  All of these classes will get a pizza party during their lunch shift one day next week.

1st place - Cliburn

2nd place - Stallcup

3rd place - Darby

Honorable Mention -  Arnold

 

Thursday, October 18, 2018

Today is the LAST day to purchase homecoming tickets during your lunch shifts in Mrs. Marks’ room Lab 1.

All students attending the Homecoming Dance Saturday, October 20th, must bring their ID to the dance.  Off campus guests must have a valid ID as well.

Homecoming t-shirts were delivered Tuesday! We have some extra tshirts available for purchase for $15. They can be purchased in Mrs. Marks room on a first come, first serve basis!

Please donate to the HHS Homecoming Penny Drive today.  All proceeds from the penny drive go to help with the medical expenses for freshman Maddy Mouser who just had a lung transplant.  After yesterday’s count, the freshman are currently in first place for the penny drive, so make sure you donate today!!

If you are a Freshmen who did not get a freshmen shirt from Freshmen Orientation, the library has 12 extra shirts for sale for $15 per shirt.  There are 4 mediums and 8 large t-shirts still left. Come by the library to purchase one.

Students who have AP Language and Composition next semester may pick up their assignment in Mrs. Navarro's room EN-8, English Building, before school, during lunch and after school.

Juniors and Seniors can sign up for the ASVAB test using the google form on Mrs. Arbuckle's website.  Sign ups are from 10/16 to 10/26. If you prefer, you can see Mrs. Arbuckle in H1 between classes or at lunch.  A sign up sheet is in the box by her door.If you have a testing fee for Mrs Arbuckle today or Friday, see Mrs. Stallcup. She will collect and sign for your fee.

Ashlyn Gilmore has been honored as a member of the 2018-2019 LHSAA All-Academic Composite Girls' Volleyball team as well as The Shreveport Times Athlete of the Week for the week ending October 7.  Congratulations, Ashlyn!

The Lady Bucs volleyball team beat Huntington last night and improved their district record to 8-0.  Arielle Emmanuel had 23 aces and Mia McWilliams had 15. Ashlyn Gilmore had 7 kills and Tarralyn Sweeney had 5.  The Lady Bucs next action is Monday night at home vs. Caddo Magnet with JV playing at 5:30 and varsity playing at 6:30.

Peyton Stovall is nominated for the Times FNL player of the week.  Download the FNL app and vote for Peyton to win player of the week.  Voting ends today at noon.

Please note that Monday is ACT 21 Domination Day.  The students who have received the grey ACT 21 Domination shirt may wear it on Monday, October 22nd with jeans

 

Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Today and tomorrow are the last two days to purchase homecoming tickets during your lunch shifts in Mrs. Marks’ room Lab 1.  All students must be clear of all debts, have a current and valid HHS ID (temporary ID is acceptable), and a dance contract on file for themselves and their date. Off-campus non-HHS students must have a completed dance contract on file as well.  When purchasing tickets, students MUST have their debt card cleared and with them.

All students attending the Homecoming Dance Saturday, October 20th, must bring their ID to the dance.  Off campus guests must have a valid ID as well.

Homecoming t-shirts were delivered yesterday! We have some extra tshirts available for purchase for $15. They can be purchased in Mrs. Marks room on a first come, first serve basis!

Please donate to the HHS Homecoming Penny Drive today.  All proceeds from the penny drive go to help with the medical expenses for freshman Maddy Mouser who just had a lung transplant.  After yesterday’s count, the freshman are currently in first place for the penny drive, so make sure you donate today!!

If you are a Freshmen who did not get a freshmen shirt from Freshmen Orientation, the library has 12 extra shirts for sale for $15 per shirt. There are 4 mediums and 8 large t-shirts still left. Come by the library to purchase one.

Students who have AP Language and Composition next semester may pick up their assignment in Mrs. Navarro's room EN-8, English Building, before school, during lunch and after school.

Juniors and Seniors can sign up for the ASVAB test using the google form on Mrs. Arbuckle's website.  Sign ups are from 10/16 to 10/26. If you prefer, you can see Mrs. Arbuckle in H1 between classes or at lunch.  A sign up sheet is in the box by her door.

PT Team and Special Operations will not meet today after school.

All Destination Imagination Team Members need to make plans to stay after school today in Ms. Raley's room until 3pm.

A representative from Louisiana Tech will be in the library today during all 4 lunch shifts.

Ashlyn Gilmore has been honored as a member of the 2018-2019 LHSAA All-Academic Composite Girls' Volleyball team as well as The Shreveport Times Athlete of the Week for the week ending October 7.  Congratulations, Ashlyn!

Peyton Stovall is nominated for the Times FNL player of the week.  Download the FNL app and vote for Peyton to win player of the week.  Voting ends Thursday at noon.

 

Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Homecoming Tickets Sales will be taking place today - Thursday, October 18th, in Mrs. Marks classroom, L1, ONLY during lunch shifts.

All students must be clear of all debts, have a current and valid HHS ID (temporary ID is acceptable), and a dance contract on file for themselves and their date. Off-campus non-HHS students must have a completed dance contract on file as well.  When purchasing tickets, students MUST have their debt card cleared and with them.

Students who have AP Language and Composition next semester may pick up their assignment in Mrs. Navarro's room EN-8, English Building, before school, during lunch and after school.

Juniors and Seniors can sign up for the ASVAB test using the google form on Mrs. Arbuckle's website.  The link was also sent out in an email to all 11th and 12th grade "bossier student" emails. The ASVAB is an aptitude test for entrance to any military branch.  The testing date is November 1st at HHS. Sign ups are from 10/16 to 10/26. If you prefer, you can see Mrs. Arbuckle in H1 between classes or at lunch. A sign up sheet is in the box by her door.

All Destination Imagination Team Members need to make plans to stay after school on Wednesday, October 17th in Ms. Raley's room til 3pm.

Representatives from the US National Guard and LSUS will be in the library today during all lunch shifts.

JROTC attended Natchitoches Central High School Drill Meet this past Saturday at which time the unarmed color guard commanded by Cadet Makenzi Williamson placed 3rd; the armed color guard commanded by Cadet Mason Allen placed 1st; the unarmed regulation drill inspection commanded by Cadet Hannah Morris placed 3rd; the physical fitness team commanded by Cadet Nathan Deliyannis placed 3rd; and, the marksmanship team commanded by Cadet Xander Wolf placed 1st. Congratulations to all. Way to go Bucs in Blue.

Drill team, color guard and saber teams will meet today in the large JROTC from 2:30 until 4:00, weather permitting.

Haley Davis, a senior member of the HHS choir, passed her second round auditions in Lafayette, La. during fall break and was selected to be a member of the Louisiana All-State Women's Choir. She will attend rehearsals in Baton Rouge, La. and will perform, in concert, on Friday, November 16 in Baton Rouge.  Way to go Haley!

Congratulations to the 2018-2019 Beta Officers:

President--Makenzie Wolfe

Senior Vice President--Makenzie Williamson

Junior Vice President--Jeremiah Hadwin

Sophomore Vice President--Jeb Spinney

Freshman Vice President--Taryn Lambert

Secretary--Ryleigh Ainsworth

Treasurer--Lacey Battlefield

Parliamentarian--Andrew Morton

Please contact Mrs. Cox in Lab 2 for information by the end of the day Wednesday.

Friday, October 5, 2018

Dance contracts for homecoming are due today. Any contracts submitted after today will be charged a $10 late fee. Contracts can be found on the Haughton High web site.

Homecoming Tickets Sales will be taking place today and Tuesday, October 16th - Thursday, October 18th, in Mrs. Marks classroom, L1, ONLY during lunch shifts.

All students must be clear of all debts, have a current and valid HHS ID (temporary ID is acceptable), and a dance contract on file for themselves and their date. Off-campus non-HHS students must have a completed dance contract on file in the front office as well.  

When purchasing tickets, students MUST have their debt card cleared and with them, and a current and valid HHS ID.

Students who have AP Language and Composition next semester may pick up their assignment in Mrs. Navarro's room EN-8, English Building, before school, during lunch and after school.

All Destination Imagination Team Members need to make plans to stay after school on Wednesday, October 17th in Ms. Raley's room til 3pm.

Students...did you know that you can save as many as 3 lives.  Donate blood at the HHS Fall Blood Drive scheduled for Monday, October 22nd, from 7:00 AM to Noon in the Girls Gym.  You must be 16 years old or older to donate. Sign-up in your homeroom ASAP and we'll provide you with a permission form.  Morning BPSTIL students can sign-up in the library.

Listen carefully if you’re interested in a scavenger hunt to find coins to trade in for Buc Bucks:

A Buc with bad luck has lost all his treasure.

His coins are now scattered here, there and yonder.

This unlucky loss is not all in vain.

If you find a lost coin, one Buc Buck you’ll gain.

Don’t dig or destroy, the coins are above ground,

But you’ll need to look closely, they’re not easily found!

To cash in your treasure and seal your good luck,

Set sail for the library to trade coins for Buc Bucks!

These clues are also on the HHS website.

Congratulations to this month’s Awesome Anchors:

  • Mrs. Marks

  • Mrs. Ward

  • Senor Brown

  • Mrs. Harp

  • Mrs. Brandon

  • Ann Williams

  • Gina Prothro

  • OVERALL:  Ms.Raley

Thursday, October 4, 2018

Dance contracts for homecoming are due by Friday, Oct. 5th. Any contracts submitted after this date will be charged a $10 late fee. Contracts can be found on the Haughton High web site.

Homecoming Tickets Sales will be taking place today and tomorrow and Tuesday, October 16th - Thursday, October 18th, in Mrs. Marks classroom, L1, ONLY during lunch shifts.

All students must be clear of all debts, have a current and valid HHS ID (temporary ID is acceptable), and a dance contract on file for themselves and their date. Off-campus non-HHS students must have a completed dance contract on file in the front off as well.  

When purchasing tickets, students MUST have their debt card cleared and with them, and a current and valid HHS ID.

Want discounted Homecoming tickets? Get your ticket early!  Tickets will be $10 per ticket TODAY only. After today, all Homecoming Tickets are $20 per person. So hurry and purchase early! With every Homecoming Ticket purchase, each student will receive free digital pictures from Cowen!

If you are in Mrs. Navarro’s AP English class next semester, you need to stop by her room and pick up your AP assignment.  

Drill team and color guard will practice today from 2:30 until 4:00.

Students...did you know that you can save as many as 3 lives.  Donate blood at the HHS Fall Blood Drive scheduled for Monday, October 22nd, from 7:00 AM to Noon in the Girls Gym.  You must be 16 years old or older to donate. Sign-up in your homeroom ASAP and we'll provide you with a permission form.  Morning BPSTIL students can sign-up in the library.

Listen carefully if you’re interested in a scavenger hunt to find coins to trade in for Buc Bucks:

A Buc with bad luck has lost all his treasure.
His coins are now scattered here, there and yonder.

 

This unlucky loss is not all in vain.
If you find a lost coin, one Buc Buck you’ll gain.

Don’t dig or destroy, the coins are above ground,
But you’ll need to look closely, they’re not easily found!

To cash in your treasure and seal your good luck,
Set sail for the library to trade coins for Buc Bucks!

These clues are also on the HHS website.

We have jv and varsity volleyball matches starting at 5:30 here tonight. It’s a district match vs Northwood so come and support your Lady Bucs!

A representative from Centenary College will be in the plaza today during all lunch shifts.

Today is Activity Period and the following clubs are meeting:  RAK, Chess Club, 4-H, FCA, and Archery. Red Jackets is NOT meeting today!

 

Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Dance contracts for homecoming are due by Friday, Oct. 5th. Any contracts submitted after this date will be charged a $10 late fee. Contracts can be found on the Haughton High web siteHomecoming Tickets Sales will be taking place Thursday, October 4th - Friday, October 5th and Tuesday, October 16th - Thursday, October 18th, in Mrs. Marks classroom, L1, ONLY during lunch shifts.

All students must be clear of all debts, have a current and valid HHS ID (temporary ID is acceptable), and a dance contract on file for themselves and their date. Off-campus non-HHS students must have a completed dance contract on file in the front off as well.  

When purchasing tickets, students MUST have their debt card cleared and with them, and a current and valid HHS ID.

Want discounted Homecoming tickets? Get your ticket early!  Tickets will be $10 per ticket on Thursday, October 4th. After that day, all Homecoming Tickets are $20 per person. So hurry and purchase early! With every Homecoming Ticket purchase, each student will receive free digital pictures from Cowen!

Drill team and color guard will practice Thursday from 2:30 until 4:00.

Students...did you know that you can save as many as 3 lives.  Donate blood at the HHS Fall Blood Drive scheduled for Monday, October 22nd, from 7:00 AM to Noon in the Girls Gym.  You must be 16 years old or older to donate. Sign-up in your homeroom ASAP and we'll provide you with a permission form.  Morning BPSTIL students can sign-up in the library.

Special Ops and PT Team will meet today after school.  

There will be a SADD meeting for all members this Thursday, before school in room S125 at 7 am. We will be discussing and preparing for Red Ribbon Week. Please be present.

4H Officer applications are due to Mrs. Lain no later than  2:30 today. 4-H will meet Thursday during Activity Period in S 121.  Community service donations of applesauce or fruit cups are due .

Listen carefully if you’re interested in a scavenger hunt to find coins to trade in for Buc Bucks:

A Buc with bad luck has lost all his treasure.

His coins are now scattered here, there and yonder.

This unlucky loss is not all in vain.

If you find a lost coin, one Buc Buck you’ll gain.

Don’t dig or destroy, the coins are above ground,

But you’ll need to look closely, they’re not easily found!

To cash in your treasure and seal your good luck,

Set sail for the library to trade coins for Buc Bucks!

These clues will be emailed to your teachers, so they can share them with you if you missed any of the announcement.

 

Tuesday, October 2, 2018

Today is the last day to purchase Homecoming tshirts! Graphic is on the HHS website. Cost is $15 and you can purchase from Mrs. Duncan, Mrs. Willis or Mrs. Marks.

Dance contracts for homecoming are due by Friday, Oct. 5th. Any contracts submitted after this date will be charged a $10 late fee. Contracts can be found on the Haughton High web site.

Homecoming Tickets Sales will be taking place Thursday, October 4th - Friday, October 5th and Tuesday, October 16th - Thursday, October 18th, in Mrs. Marks classroom, L1, ONLY during lunch shifts.

All students must be clear of all debts, have a current and valid HHS ID (temporary ID is acceptable), and a dance contract on file for themselves and their date. Off-campus non-HHS students must have a completed dance contract on file in the front off as well.  

When purchasing tickets, students MUST have their debt card cleared and with them, and a current and valid HHS ID.

Want discounted Homecoming tickets? Get your ticket early!  Tickets will be $10 per ticket on Thursday, October 4th. After that day, all Homecoming Tickets are $20 per person. So hurry and purchase early! With every Homecoming Ticket purchase, each student will receive free digital pictures from Cowen!

Color Guard will practice today from 2:30 until 3:30 in the large classroom. Drill team and color guard will practice Thursday from 2:30 until 4:00.

There will be a SADD meeting for all members this Thursday, before school in room S125 at 7 am. We will be discussing and preparing for Red Ribbon Week. Please be present.

4H Officer applications are due to Mrs. Lain no later than  2:30 Wednesday .

A representative from the US Air Force will be in the plaza today during all lunch shifts.

Haughton JV and Varsity volleyball teams defeated Parkway last night.

Standouts from the varsity match were:

Ashlyn Gilmore with 12 kills.

Arielle Emanuel with 13 kills.

Kaylee Swiger with 5 aces and 11 kills.

Adrienne Vickers had 6 kills.

Mia McWilliams had 8 aces and 21 assists. Congratulations to our Lady Bucs!!

 

Monday, October 1, 2018

Awesome Anchors for the Month will be drawn today.  Please fill out a nomination form for that teacher, staff member, custodian, or cafeteria worker who has been making a difference at HHS.  Nominations are due by the end of lunch today.

Homecoming tshirts are now on sale! Graphic is on the HHS website. Cost is $15 and you can purchase from Mrs. Duncan, Mrs. Willis or Mrs. Marks. Deadline to purchase is Tuesday, Oct. 2nd.

Dance contracts for homecoming are due by Friday, Oct. 5th. Any contracts submitted after this date will be charged a $10 late fee. Contracts can be found on the Haughton High web site.

Homecoming Tickets Sales will be taking place Thursday, October 4th - Friday, October 5th and Tuesday, October 16th - Thursday, October 18th, in Mrs. Marks classroom, L1, ONLY during lunch shifts.

All students must be clear of all debts, have a current and valid HHS ID (temporary ID is acceptable), and a dance contract on file for themselves and their date. Off-campus non-HHS students must have a completed dance contract on file in the front off as well.  

When purchasing tickets, students MUST have their debt card cleared and with them, and a current and valid HHS ID.

Want discounted Homecoming tickets? Get your ticket early!  Tickets will be $10 per ticket on Thursday, October 4th. After that day, all Homecoming Tickets are $20 per person. So hurry and purchase early! With every Homecoming Ticket purchase, each student will receive free digital pictures from Cowen!

JROTC attended Airline High School Drill Meet this past Saturday at which time both color guard teams placed second. Congratulations to the master color guard commanded by Makenzi Williamson, Hannah Morris, Collin Ramirez and Joshua Miller; and the challenge color guard commanded by Jeremiah Hadwin, Johnathan Houghes, Norman Pritchard and Maliki Howard. Way to Go Bucs in Blue!

Drill team will practice today from 2:30 until 3:30 in the large classroom. Color guard will practice tomorrow the same time and place. Both teams will practice Thursday from 2:30 until 4:00.

Representatives from LSU Baton Rouge and the US Army will be on campus today during all lunch shifts in the plaza.

Friday, September 28, 2018

Today is the deadline to purchase your raffle tickets from Student Council  for a chance to see Ed Sheeran in concert! Come by the Library before or after school, during your lunch shift, or between classes to purchase a ticket!  Winners will be announced 4th quarter at the Football Game tonight! You do not need to be present to win!

Awesome Anchors for the Month will be drawn on Monday.  Please fill out a nomination form for that teacher, staff member, custodian, or cafeteria worker who has been making a difference at HHS.  Nominations are due by the end of lunch on Monday.

Homecoming tshirts are now on sale! Graphic is on the HHS website. Cost is $15 and you can purchase from Mrs. Duncan, Mrs. Willis or Mrs. Marks. Deadline to purchase is Tuesday, Oct. 2nd.

Dance contracts for homecoming are due by Friday, Oct. 5th. Any contracts submitted after this date will be charged a $10 late fee. Contracts can be found on the Haughton High web site.

Homecoming Tickets Sales will be taking place Thursday, October 4th - Friday, October 5th and Tuesday, October 16th - Thursday, October 18th, in Mrs. Marks classroom, L1, ONLY during lunch shifts.

All students must be clear of all debts, have a current and valid HHS ID (temporary ID is acceptable), and a dance contract on file for themselves and their date. Off-campus non-HHS students must have a completed dance contract on file in the front off as well.  

When purchasing tickets, students MUST have their debt card cleared and with them, and a current and valid HHS ID.

Want discounted Homecoming tickets? Get your ticket early!  Tickets will be $10 per ticket on Thursday, October 4th. After that day, all Homecoming Tickets are $20 per person. So hurry and purchase early! With every Homecoming Ticket purchase, each student will receive free digital pictures from Cowen!

Beta members dues are due today.  Please turn them in to Mrs. Cox in Lab 2.

Destination Imagination members MUST stop by Ms. Raley's room H-09 TODAY  and let her know if you plan on being a part of a team. If she does not hear from you today, you will not be placed on a team.  All Destination Imagination Team Members need to come by Ms. Raley's room by the end of the day today to receive a t-shirt fundraiser packet.

Today is our Pink Out game and pep rally!  Thanks to the generosity of everyone who purchased a tshirt, Haughton High School raised $3200 for the Susan Komen foundation.  We will have a pep rally today and students if you want to be on KTAL Channel 6 tonight, be at the stadium between 6 and 6:20 p.m. because they will be here filming live from the student section.

Today is the deadine to sign up for the October ACT.  See Mrs. Arbuckle for more info. October 1-4th March2Success will be providing FREE ACT help in the library after school from 2:30 - 4:30.  Please sign up in H1.

 

Thursday, September 27, 2018

Student Council is selling raffle tickets for $1 in the Library until Friday, September 28th for a chance to see Ed Sheeran in concert!  Come by the Library before or after school, during your lunch shift, or between classes to purchase a ticket! Winners will be announced 4th quarter at the Football Game on September 28th! You do not need to be present to win!

Awesome Anchors for the Month will be drawn on Monday.  Please fill out a nomination form for that teacher, staff member, custodian, or cafeteria worker who has been making a difference at HHS.  Nominations are due by the end of lunch on Monday.

Homecoming tshirts are now on sale! Graphic is on the HHS website. Cost is $15 and you can purchase from Mrs. Duncan, Mrs. Willis or Mrs. Marks. Deadline to purchase is Tuesday, Oct. 2nd.

Dance contracts for homecoming are due by Friday, Oct. 5th. Any contracts submitted after this date will be charged a $10 late fee. Contracts can be found on the Haughton High web site.

Beta members dues are due by Friday, September 28.  Please turn them in to Mrs. Cox in Lab 2.

In need of service hours?  Service hour opportunities have been added to the Beta Classroom page with opportunities for this week.  There is contact information included in the information.

Destination Imagination Team Members - if you have not turned in your Member Commitment forms by Friday, you will not be placed on a team.  Also, if you missed the information meeting last Wednesday, you need to stop by Ms. Raley's room H-09 and let her know if you plan on being a part of a team.All Destination Imagination Team Members need to come by Ms. Raley's room by the end of the day Friday to receive a t-shirt fundraiser packet.

Tomorrow is our Pink Out game and the Pink Out shirts are IN!  You may pick up yours during lunch shifts only outside Mrs. Shaw’s classroom H-10 upstairs in the H building.  The only pink shirts that are approved to wear on Friday for the Pink Out are Pink Out shirts from this year and previous years that have been sold at HHS.  We will also have a pep rally tomorrow during 4th block and the class who is showing the most spirit throughout the entire pep rally will win the spirit flag!!

The deadline to sign up for the October 27th ACT test is THIS FRIDAY the 28th at midnight.  If you are a junior or senior who qualifies for free and reduced lunch, you can receive a voucher for 2 free tests in your high school career.  See Mrs. Arbuckle in H1 for details. Remember the deadline to sign up for October 27th is Friday night at midnight. October 1-4th March2Success will be providing FREE ACT help in the library after school from 2:30 - 4:30.  Please sign up in H1.

The JV volleyball team defeated Caddo Magnet in 3 sets Tuesday night.

The varsity team improved to 4-0 in district play with their win over Caddo Magnet.

Standouts were:Arielle Emanuel who had 12 kills

Kaylee Swiger who had 10 kills

Reanna  Crumpler had 3 aces, 3 kills, and 9 digs.

Mia McWilliams had 3 aces, 3 kills, and 9 assists.

Taylor Williams had 17 assists.

Volleyball practice will end at 2:25 p.m. today.

Congratulations to Farrah Stanfield and Lauren Knight for being selected to be mentors with the Bossier City Commission For Women.

Congratulations to Grant Allen for being selected by the HHS faculty as the recipient of the Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizen Award.  Grant will compete for the regional DAR scholarship with the opportunity to compete nationally.

Activity Period is today and the following clubs are meeting:  Beta/NHS, BBAC, ROTC Reserves, and Science Club.

 

Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Student Council is selling raffle tickets for $1 in the Library until Friday, September 28th for a chance to see Ed Sheeran in concert!  Come by the Library before or after school, during your lunch shift, or between classes to purchase a ticket! Winners will be announced 4th quarter at the Football Game on September 28th! You do not need to be present to win!

Awesome Anchors for the Month will be drawn on Monday.  Please fill out a nomination form for that teacher, staff member, custodian, or cafeteria worker who has been making a difference at HHS.  Nominations are due by the end of lunch on Monday.

Homecoming tshirts are now on sale! Graphic is on the HHS website. Cost is $15 and you can purchase from Mrs. Duncan, Mrs. Willis or Mrs. Marks. Deadline to purchase is Tuesday, Oct. 2nd.

Dance contracts for homecoming are due by Friday, Oct. 5th. Any contracts submitted after this date will be charged a $10 late fee. Contracts can be found on the Haughton High web site.

Beta members dues are due by Friday, September 28.  Please turn them in to Mrs. Cox in Lab 2.

In need of service hours?  Service hour opportunities have been added to the Beta Classroom page with opportunities for this week.  There is contact information included in the information.

Destination Imagination Team Members - if you have not turned in your Member Commitment forms by Friday, you will not be placed on a team.  Also, if you missed the information meeting last Wednesday, you need to stop by Ms. Raley's room H-09 and let her know if you plan on being a part of a team.

Friday is our Pink Out game and the Pink Out shirts are IN!  You may pick up yours during lunch shifts only outside Mrs. Shaw’s classroom H-10 upstairs in the H building.  The only pink shirts that are approved to wear on Friday for the Pink Out are Pink Out shirts from this year and previous years that have been sold at HHS.

The deadline to sign up for the October 27th ACT test is THIS FRIDAY the 28th at midnight.  If you are a junior or senior who qualifies for free and reduced lunch, you can receive a voucher for 2 free tests in your high school career.  See Mrs. Arbuckle in H1 for details. Remember the deadline to sign up for October 27th is Friday night at midnight. October 1-4th March2Success will be providing FREE ACT help in the library after school from 2:30 - 4:30.  Please sign up in H1.

The JV volleyball team defeated Caddo Magnet in 3 sets Tuesday night.

The varsity team improved to 4-0 in district play with their win over Caddo Magnet.

Standouts were:Arielle Emanuel who had 12 kills

Kaylee Swiger who had 10 kills

Reanna crumpler had 3 aces, 3 kills, and 9 digs.

Mia McWilliams had 3 aces, 3 kills, and 9 assists.

Taylor Williams had 17 assists.

Tutoring is cancelled for today.

 

Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Want a chance to see Ed Sheeran in concert in Dallas, Saturday, October 27th?  Well, here's your chance to win tickets! Student Council is selling raffle tickets for $1 in the Library Monday, September 24th - Friday, September 28th!  Come by the Library before or after school, during your lunch shift, or between classes to purchase a ticket! Winners will be announced 4th quarter at the Football Game on September 28th! You do not need to be present to win!

Homecoming tshirts are now on sale! Graphic is on the HHS website. Cost is $15 and you can purchase from Mrs. Duncan, Mrs. Willis or Mrs. Marks. Deadline to purchase is Tuesday, Oct. 2nd.

Dance contracts for homecoming are due by Friday, Oct. 5th. Any contracts submitted offer this date will be charged a $10 late fee. Contracts can be found on the Haughton High web site.

All 3 lady Bucs teams defeated Benton yesterday. The freshman team victory completed an undefeated freshman season.

The varsity victory brings our district record to 3-0.

Lady Bucs have another district match today at Caddo magnet. Varsity at 5:30 and jv will follow

Beta members dues are due by Friday, September 28.  Please turn them in to Mrs. Cox in Lab 2.

In need of service hours?  Service hour opportunities have been added to the Beta Classroom page with opportunities for this week.  There is contact information included in the information

Color guard will practice today from 2:30-4 p.m. in the large classroom.

Congratulations to the freshman football team for beating Evangel 12-0.  Coleman Stafford got the scoring started with a 2 yard touchdown pass to Parker Lowrie.  Elton Bryant led the Bucs on the ground racking up 118 rushing yards. Tyson Kizzay had 3 catches for 96 yards. Hunter Tolbert intercepted a pass to set up the Bucs’ second scoring drive, which was punctuated by a 2 yard rushing touchdown by Coleman Stafford.

Friday is our Pink Out game and the Pink Out shirts are IN!  You may pick up yours during lunch shifts only outside Mrs. Shaw’s classroom H-10 upstairs in the H building.

 

Monday, September 24, 2018

Want a chance to see Ed Sheeran in concert in Dallas, Saturday, October 27th?  Well, here's your chance to win tickets! Student Council is selling raffle tickets for $1 in the Library Monday, September 24th - Friday, September 28th!  Come by the Library before or after school, during your lunch shift, or between classes to purchase a ticket! Winners will be announced 4th quarter at the Football Game on September 28th! You do not need to be present to win!

Drill team will practice today from 2:30 until 4:00 in the large JROTC Classroom. Color guard will practice tomorrow the same place and time. Both teams will practice on Thursday the same place and time.

The Bucs competed in the Chile Pepper Festival Saturday at The University Of Arkansas. The Boys team placed 35th overall lead by Killian Hillinger placing 37th overall. There were several Personal Records ran on the tough and muddy course. GO BUCS.

 

Want a chance to see Ed Sheeran in concert in Dallas, Saturday, October 27th?  Well, here's your chance to win tickets! Student Council is selling raffle tickets for $1 in the Library Monday, September 24th - Friday, September 28th!  Come by the Library before or after school, during your lunch shift, or between classes to purchase a ticket! Winners will be announced 4th quarter at the Football Game on September 28th! You do not need to be present to win!

Drill team will practice today from 2:30 until 4:00 in the large JROTC Classroom. Color guard will practice tomorrow the same place and time. Both teams will practice on Thursday the same place and time.

The Bucs competed in the Chile Pepper Festival Saturday at The University Of Arkansas. The Boys team placed 35th overall lead by Killian Hillinger placing 37th overall. There were several Personal Records ran on the tough and muddy course. GO BUCS.

 

Friday, September 21, 2018

Want a chance to see Ed Sheeran in concert in Dallas, Saturday, October 27th?  Well, here's your chance to win tickets! Student Council is selling raffle tickets for $1 in the Library Monday, September 24th - Friday, September 28th!  Come by the Library before or after school, during your lunch shift, or between classes to purchase a ticket! Winners will be announced 4th quarter at the Football Game on September 28th! You do not need to be present to win!

The DI tshirt fundraiser has been cancelled.  Please see Mrs. Raley if you have any questions.

Today is National School Spirit Day and we will have a pep rally beginning at 2 p.m.   We want everyone showing your Buccaneer spirit so your grade can win the spirit flag!! Our game is at Lee Hedges stadium tonight at 7 p.m. versus Byrd so come out and support your Bucs and show your school spirit!

Congratulations to CJ McWilliams for being selected as the Times FNL Player of the Week

 

Thursday, September 20, 2018

Today is the deadline for 4-H enrollment forms and $8.00 dues.  See Mrs. Lain in H4 or Mrs. Waldron in the office.

If anyone is still interested in Science Club you need to sign up outside Ms. Pease’s  door room S-221.

Want a chance to see Ed Sheeran in concert in Dallas, Saturday, October 27th?  Well, here's your chance to win tickets! Student Council is selling raffle tickets for $1 in the Library Monday, September 24th - Friday, September 28th!  Come by the Library before or after school, during your lunch shift, or between classes to purchase a ticket! Winners will be announced 4th quarter at the Football Game on September 28th! You do not need to be present to win!

Voting is still open until noon today for you to help CJ McWilliams win the Times player of the week!!  Download the Times FNL app on your phone and you can vote once per hour. Right now, the race is VERY close between him and the player from Parkway, so get to voting and  let’s help CJ win!!

Teachers,Career Compass will be meeting with a select group of seniors again today.  Please refer to your email for the list of students and their designated time to report to the library.

 

Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Today is Way2Go Wednesday!

Get those Buc Bucks Ready to Spend!

Remember, you must have your current and valid HHS ID (temporary ID is okay) and your Buc Bucks filled out with your first and last name on them.

You can only purchase 2 food items, but the reminder of your Buc Bucks can be put into the drawing for a chance to win one of:

10   $5 Raising Canes Gift Carts

 5    Spirit Shirts in a variety of designs

 20   Temporary ID Forgiveness coupons

 20   Tardy Forgiveness coupons

 20    Jeans Day coupons

 1     Long Sleeve H Buc t-shirt

 1     H Buc Sweatshirt without hoodie

 10    $5 off your Homecoming Tickets

 2     Free Homecoming Ticket Coupons

We will see you during your lunch shift!

Deadline for 4-H enrollment forms and $8.00 dues to be turned in is Thursday the 20th.  Enrollment forms are also still available. See Mrs. Lain in H4 or Mrs. Waldron in the office.

Anyone interested in participating in Destination Imagination needs to meet in Ms. Raley's room after school today (Wednesday) til 3pm.  

If anyone is still interested in Science Club you need to sign up outside Ms. Pease’s  door room S-221.

CJ McWilliams is up for player of the week this week.  Download The TimesFNL app and vote for C.J. McWilliams for the MVP of week 4. You can vote every hour, and voting closes Wednesday at noon.

 

Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Senior Cap and Gown Pictures will be today in the boys' gym.  Teachers have a schedule for when seniors should report to the gym.

Way2Go Wednesdays is replacing Redemption Day.  Way2Go Wednesdays is once a month instead of once every 9 weeks, doubling your opportunities to cash in your Buc Bucks.  Our first Way2Go Wednesday is tomorrow, September 19.

Deadline for 4-H enrollment forms and $8.00 dues to be turned in is Thursday the 20th.  Enrollment forms are also still available. See Mrs. Lain in H4 or Mrs. Waldron in the office.

Anyone interested in joining a Destination Imagination Team needs to stop by Ms. Raley's room (H-09) or the Library to sign up and get a packet. There will be a short information meeting on Wednesday, September 19th until 3 pm in Ms. Raley's room. Join Destination Imagination and be a part of our award winning creative thinking teams.

Color guard will practice today from 2:30-3:30 in the large JROTC classroom.

If anyone is still interested in Science Club you need to sign up outside Ms. Pease’s  door room S-221.

CJ McWilliams is up for player of the week this week.  Download The TimesFNL app and vote for C.J. McWilliams for the MVP of week 4. You can vote every hour, and voting closes Wednesday at noon.

The Lady Bucs Varsity team beat Captain Shreve last night 3 sets to zero.

Ashlyn Gilmore had 3 aces and 9 kills.

Kaylee Swiger had 6 kills.

Mia McWilliams had 7 aces and 7 assists.

Taylor Williams had 3 aces and 11 assists.

Home match tonight vs Airline. Freshmen start at 4, jv at 5, and varsity at 6:00. The softball team will be selling pastalaya in the concession stand! Come out and support the lady Bucs. As always bring a student pass and your student ID to get in for free!

 

Monday, September 17, 2018

Senior Cap and Gown Pictures will be on Tuesday, September 18th in the boys' gym.  Boys are encouraged to wear a white button down (long or short sleeve) and bring a neck tie or bow tie.  Girls should wear a white approved school spirit shirt with NO collar.

Way2Go Wednesdays is replacing Redemption Day.  Way2Go Wednesdays is once a month instead of once every 9 weeks, doubling your opportunities to cash in your Buc Bucks.  Our first Way2Go Wednesday is September 19.

Applications are due today for Beta Club officers.  See Mrs. Cox if you have questions.

Anyone interested in joining a Destination Imagination Team needs to stop by Ms. Raley's room (H-09) or the Library to sign up and get a packet.  There will be a short information meeting on Wednesday, September 19th until 3 pm in Ms. Raley's room. Join Destination Imagination and be a part of our award winning creative thinking teams.

Space team will meet today after school.  Drill team will practice today from 2:30 until 3:30. Color guard will practice tomorrow the same place and time in the large JROTC classroom.

If anyone is still interested in Science Club you need to sign up outside Ms. Pease’s  door room S-221

Today is the deadline to buy a pink out shirt from any cheerleader or a volleyball hoodie or tshirt from Coach Ginn or any volleyball player.

CJ McWilliams is up for player of the week this week.  Download The TimesFNL app and vote for C.J. McWilliams for the MVP of week 4. You can vote every hour, and voting closes Wednesday at noon.

Homecoming Court members will meet in Mrs Marks room during lunch shifts TODAY!

 

Friday, September 14, 2018

Senior Cap and Gown Pictures will be on Tuesday, September 18th in the boys' gym.  Boys are encouraged to wear a white button down (long or short sleeve) and bring a neck tie or bow tie.  Girls should wear a white approved school spirit shirt with NO collar.

Way2Go Wednesdays is replacing Redemption Day.  Way2Go Wednesdays is once a month instead of once every 9 weeks, doubling your opportunities to cash in your Buc Bucks.  Our first Way2Go Wednesday is September 19.

Applications are due today for Beta Club officers.  See Mrs. Cox if you have questions.

Anyone interested in joining a Destination Imagination Team needs to stop by Ms. Raley's room (H-09) or the Library to sign up and get a packet. There will be a short information meeting on Wednesday, September 19th until 3 pm in Ms. Raley's room. Join Destination Imagination and be a part of our award winning creative thinking teams.

Space team will meet Monday after school.

If anyone is still interested in Science Club you need to sign up outside Ms. Pease’s  door room S-221

Today is the deadline to buy a pink out shirt from any cheerleader or a volleyball hoodie or tshirt from Coach Ginn or any volleyball player.

 

Thursday, September 13, 2018

Crew shirts are in and may be picked up outside Mrs. Shaw’s room between classes and during all lunch shifts.

Way2Go Wednesdays is replacing Redemption Day.  Way2Go Wednesdays is once a month instead of once every 9 weeks, doubling students' opportunities to cash in on Buc Bucks.  Check out the HHS website for more information and also stay tuned to KHHS this Friday for a feature on Way2Go Wednesdays.

Beta members interested in being a Beta Officer for the 2018-2019 school year should pick up an application outside of Lab 2.  Applications are due by Monday, September 17.

Anyone interested in joining a Destination Imagination Team needs to stop by Ms. Raley's room (H-09) or the Library to sign up and get a packet.  There will be a short information meeting on Wednesday, September 19th until 3 pm in Ms. Raley's room. Join Destination Imagination and be a part of our award winning creative thinking teams.

Archery sign up forms are OUTSIDE Ms McKay's class door in the S building room S-112.

Marksmanship Team will meet today in the Buc Den.  Cyber Defense Team will meet after school Friday in the library.

If anyone is still interested in Science Club you need to sign up outside Ms. Pease’s  door room S-221

Our Pink Out game is Friday, September 28.  Cheerleaders are selling Pink Out shirts to benefit the Susan G. Komen foundation.  Deadline to order a pink out shirt has been extended to Monday, September 17.

The volleyball team is selling short sleeved and long sleeved t shirts and hoodies.  If you are interested in buying one see Coach Ginn or any volleyball player. Deadline to order is Friday, September 14.

We will be voting today for Homecoming Court using the new online voting system! Polls will be open for everyone from 10:45-1:00 today for everyone to vote for queen.   You can log in by going to haughton.voting4schools.com

Voting can be done on your phone, in the lab building, or the library! Any questions? See Mrs. Marks, Mrs. Duncan, or Mrs. Willis.   Please take the opportunity to vote.

Tomorrow is our second pep rally and the class who is showing the most spirit throughout the pep rally and during Buccaneer spirit will win the spirit flag and one person from that class will get to run the spirit flag with the crew at the game.  

Activity Period is today and the following clubs are meeting:  Kitty Hawk in the small JROTC classroom, Student Council in Mrs. Marks’ room, and PBIS Mentors in Mrs. Lombardino’s room.  Tri M will NOT meet today!!

Suicide is the second leading cause of death for children, adolescents, and young adults age 5-to-24-year-olds. Suicide is preventable. Be the one to save a life.   Program the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline number into your phone.

1-800-273-TALK.

 

Wednesday, September 12, 2018

Any senior who is interested in attending Northwestern State University, please stop by Mrs. Waldron's office and sign the sheet on her door by the end of the day today.

Crew shirts are in and may be picked up outside Mrs. Shaw’s room between classes and during all lunch shifts.

Way2Go Wednesdays is replacing Redemption Day.  Way2Go Wednesdays is once a month instead of once every 9 weeks, doubling your opportunities to cash in your Buc Bucks.  Check out the HHS website for more information and also stay tuned to KHHS this Friday for a feature on Way2Go Wednesdays.

If you are a current Book Club member, please make sure you check your Google Classroom and add the BBAC Class.  Important information is posted. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Willis in the library.

Beta members interested in being a Beta Officer for the 2018-2019 school year should pick up an application outside of Lab 2.  Applications are due by Monday, September 17.

Special Operations will meet after school in the large classroom

PT Team will meet after school in the Buc Den

Anyone interested in joining a Destination Imagination Team needs to stop by Ms. Raley's room (H-09) or the Library to sign up and get a packet.  There will be a short information meeting on Wednesday, September 19th until 3 pm in Ms. Raley's room. Join Destination Imagination and be a part of our award winning creative thinking teams.

Archery sign up forms are OUTSIDE Ms McKay's class door in the S building room S-112.

Our Pink Out game is Friday, September 28.  Cheerleaders are selling Pink Out shirts to benefit the Susan G. Komen foundation.  Deadline to order a pink out shirt is Friday September 14.

The volleyball team is selling short sleeved and long sleeved t shirts and hoodies.  If you are interested in buying one see Coach Ginn or any volleyball player. Deadline to order is Friday, September 14.

We will be voting today and tomorrow for Homecoming Court using a new online voting system! Polls will be open for seniors from 10:45-1:00 today to nominate court members.  The entire school will vote Thursday for queen. It's easy to log in! You can test it out by going to haughton.voting4schools.com

Voting can be done on your phone, in the lab building, or the library! Any questions? See Mrs. Marks, Mrs. Duncan, or Mrs. Willis.

SADD would like to remind everyone this week is National Suicide Prevention Week. There is one death by suicide in the US every 12 minutes. Every day approximately 123 Americans die by suicide. Suicide is preventable. Be the one to save a life. Program the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline number into your phone.

1-800-273-TALK.

 

September 11, 2018

Today is school picture day in THE BOYS' GYM.  All teachers have a schedule with the list of times students need to be dismissed to go to the gym.

Any senior who is interested in attending Northwestern State University, please stop by Mrs. Waldron's office and sign the sheet on her door by Wednesday, September 12.

Way2Go Wednesdays is replacing Redemption Day.  Way2Go Wednesdays is once a month instead of once every 9 weeks, doubling your opportunities to cash in your Buc Bucks.  Check out the HHS website for more information and also stay tuned to KHHS this Friday for a feature on Way2Go Wednesdays.

If you are a current Book Club member, please make sure you check your Google Classroom and add the BBAC Class.  Important information is posted. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Willis in the library.

Anyone interested in joining a Destination Imagination Team needs to stop by Ms. Raley's room (H-09) or the Library to sign up and get a packet.  

There will be a short information meeting on Wednesday, September 19th until 3 pm in Ms. Raley's room.  Join Destination Imagination and be a part of our award winning creative thinking teams.

Archery sign up forms will be OUTSIDE Ms McKay's class door in the Sbld S-112. Please don't interrupt class.

Our Pink Out game is Friday, September 28.  Cheerleaders are selling Pink Out shirts to benefit the Susan G. Komen foundation.  Deadline to order a pink out shirt is Friday September 14.

The volleyball team is selling short sleeved and long sleeved t shirts and hoodies.  If you are interested in buying one see Coach Ginn or any volleyball player. Deadline to order is Friday, September 14.

We will be voting this week for Homecoming Court using a new online voting system! Polls will be open for seniors from 10:45-1:00 on Wednesday to nominate court members.  The entire school will vote Thursday for queen. It's easy to log in! You can test it out by going to haughton.voting4schools.com

Voting can be done on your phone, in the lab building, or the library! Any questions? See Mrs. Marks, Mrs. Duncan, or Mrs. Willis.

The volleyball team beat Evangel last night in four sets.  Congratulations to our Lady Bucs!

SADD would like to remind everyone this week is National Suicide Prevention Week. Suicide takes the lives of over 44,965 Americans every year. Be the one to save a life. Know the warning signs. Program the National Hotline Number in your phone.

1-800-273-TALK.

 

September 10, 2018

Tuesday, Sept 11th is school picture day in THE BOYS' GYM.  All teachers will have a schedule with the list of times students need to be dismissed to go to the gym.

Tutoring will be available after school for math and English beginning today.  Math will meet on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. English will meet on Tuesday and Thursday.  Each session is from 2:30 - 3:30. You must have your own transportation, remain in dress code with your ID, and must sign in and out on time for the tutoring.  See Mrs. Arbuckle in H1 (next door to Tardy Central) if you have questions.

If you are a current Book Club member, please make sure you check your Google Classroom and add the BBAC Class.  Important information is posted. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Willis in the library.

Anyone interested in joining a Destination Imagination Team needs to stop by Ms. Raley's room (H-09) or the Library to sign up and get a packet.  

There will be a short information meeting on Wednesday, September 19th until 3 pm in Ms. Raley's room.  Join Destination Imagination and be a part of our award winning creative thinking teams.

Archery sign up forms will be OUTSIDE Ms McKay's class door in the Sbld S-112. Please don't interrupt class.

Space Team will meet today in the JROTC Small classroom after school.

All members of the Marksmanship Team will meet tomorrow in the Buc Den from 2:30 to 5:30 p.m.  Drill team will practice today fro 2:30 until 4:00 in the large JROTC classroom. Color guard will practice tomorrow the same place and time. Both teams will practice on Wednesday the same place and time.

Our Pink Out game is Friday, September 28.  Cheerleaders are selling Pink Out shirts to benefit the Susan G. Komen foundation.  Deadline to order a pink out shirt is Friday September 14.

The volleyball team is selling short sleeved and long sleeved t shirts and hoodies.  If you are interested in buying one see Coach Ginn or any volleyball player. Deadline to order is Friday, September 14.

The Bucs Cross Country team opened the season up with the Choudrant Aggie invitational. Sophomore, Jadyn Hodge finished in the top 10 placing 8th in the girls race. The Boys placed 5th overall lead by Junior, Killian Hillinger who finished in the Top 10 placing 9th. Way to go Bucs !!!

We will be voting this week for Homecoming Court using a new online voting system! Polls will be open for seniors from 10:45-1:00 on Wednesday to nominate court members. It's easy to log in! You can test it out by going to haughton.voting4schools.com Voting can be done on your phone, in the lab building, or the library! Any questions? See Mrs. Marks, Mrs. Duncan, or Mrs. Willis.

 

SADD would like to remind everyone this week is National Suicide Prevention Week. Suicides among young people continue to be a serious problem. Suicide is the second leading cause of death for children, adolescents, and young adults age 5-to-24-year-olds.  Be aware of the warning signs and please program the national suicide prevention hotline number into your phone--1-800-273-TALK.

Friday, September 7, 2018

Deadline to register for the PSAT is today.

Way 2 Go Wednesdays will be replacing Redemption Day starting this year.  

Way 2 Go Wednesdays will be taking place once a month and give you an opportunity to cash in those Buc Bucks you receive!

All your Buc Bucks (formerly Buc Stamps) you have received from your teachers since the beginning of the school can be used to purchase candy, chips, and can be put into a drawing to win various prizes.

Way 2 Go Wednesday will be taking place Wednesday, September 19th, and will be set up at the North Library Door (S-building side) during lunch shifts for you to cash in your Buc Bucks.

To enter the drawings, just stop by the library anytime before school, after school, between classes, or during your lunch shift to drop those Buc Bucks in the Red drawing box on the backpack table before 1 pm on Wednesday, September 19th!  An announcement of the drawing winners will be on the Thursday following Way 2 Go Wednesday!

Wednesday, September 19th's drawing prizes are:

$5 Raising Canes Gift Cards (10 winners)

T-shirts (5 winners)

Temporary ID Forgiveness coupon (15 winners)

Tardy Forgiveness coupon (15 winners)

Jeans Day (20 Winners)

$5 off your Homecoming Tickets (10 winners)

and 2 Free Homecoming Ticket Coupons!  Tune in next Friday to KHHS for more information of Way 2 Go Wednesdays.

Tutoring will be available after school for math and English beginning Monday.  Math will meet on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. English will meet on Tuesday and Thursday.  Each session is from 2:30 - 3:30. You must have your own transportation, remain in dress code with your ID, and must sign in and out on time for the tutoring.  See Mrs. Arbuckle in H1 (next door to Tardy Central) if you have questions.

If you are a current Book Club member, please make sure you check your Google Classroom and add the BBAC Class.  Important information is posted. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Willis in the library.

Archery sign up forms will be OUTSIDE Ms McKay's class door in the Sbld S-112. Please don't interrupt class.

The Back to School dance is tonight immediately following the game until 11 p.m.  Tickets are $10 each and will be sold in the E building foyer across from Ms. Meyer’s room  during lunch shifts. Make sure your dance contract is on file before you buy your ticket.

Also, our first pep rally is this afternoon It will be our Rock the Red pep rally where the class who is showing the most spirit during Rock and Roll wins the spirit flag and one person from the grade who wins will get to run the spirit flag with the Crew at Friday night’s game.  Even if you didn’t purchase a red out shirt, we want everyone to wear red tonight to support the Bucs and the American Heart Association.

Red Out shirts are IN and may be picked up between classes or during all lunch shifts in Mrs. Shaw’s room--H-10 upstairs in the H building.

Our Pink Out game is Friday, September 28.  Cheerleaders are selling Pink Out shirts to benefit the Susan G. Komen foundation.  Deadline to order a pink out shirt is Friday September 14.

Students, faculty, and staff:  Do you have a unique or special talent?  KHHS would like to feature you on an upcoming broadcast.  Let us know by sending us a direct message on Twitter or by placing a slip in the folder outside the newsroom upstairs in the H building.  And, as always, if you have a suggestion for a newsworthy story, let us know!

Congratulations to September’s Awesome Anchors:  Ms. Arnold, Mrs. Jorgensen, Mrs. Liles, Mr. Koeppen, Mrs. Wallingsford, Ms. Weaver, Mr. Marcus Player, and our overall Awesome Anchor and Teacher of the Month is Mrs. Brotherton!

 

Thursday, September 6, 2018

Deadline to register for the PSAT is tomorrow.

Tutoring will be available after school for math and English beginning Monday.  Math will meet on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. English will meet on Tuesday and Thursday.  Each session is from 2:30 - 3:30. You must have your own transportation, remain in dress code with your ID, and must sign in and out on time for the tutoring.  See Mrs. Arbuckle in H1 (next door to Tardy Central) if you have questions.

4-H enrollment meeting will be held during Activity period today in S 121.

Archery sign up forms will be OUTSIDE Ms McKay's class door in the Sbld S-112. Please don't interrupt class.

Free ACT tutoring for reading, English, math, and science will take place today at 4:30 p.m. at FBC Bossier.  Enter through the rear student ministry building and see Mrs. Arbuckle today if you have any questions.

The Back to School dance is Friday, September 7 immediately following the game until 11 p.m.  Tickets are $10 each and will be sold in the E building foyer across from Ms. Meyer’s room during lunch shifts.  Make sure your dance contract is on file before you buy your ticket.

Also, our first pep rally is this Friday!  It will be our Rock the Red pep rally where the class who is showing the most spirit during Rock and Roll wins the spirit flag and one person from the grade who wins will get to run the spirit flag with the Crew at Friday night’s game.  Even if you didn’t purchase a red out shirt, we want everyone to wear red Friday to support the Bucs and the American Heart Association.

Red Out shirts are IN and may be picked up between classes or during all lunch shifts in Mrs. Shaw’s room--H-10 upstairs in the H building.

Students, faculty, and staff:  Do you have a unique or special talent?  KHHS would like to feature you on an upcoming broadcast.  Let us know by sending us a direct message on Twitter or by placing a slip in the folder outside the newsroom upstairs in the H building.  And, as always, if you have a suggestion for a newsworthy story, let us know!

Today is Activity Period and the following clubs are meeting:  Chess Club in the library, FCA in the Buc Den, 4H in S121, and Red Jackets in S218.


Wednesday, September 5, 2018

Sign up for the PSAT  test with Mrs. Arbuckle in H1. The PSAT is scheduled for October 24th at HHS.  The PSAT is for JUNIORS who want to qualify for the National Merit Scholarship.  Sophomores CAN take the test; however cannot qualify for this prestigious scholarship. The test is given only one time a year and the cost is only $16 cash.  Space is limited to 70 students. Spots are first come, first serve. $16 cash is due upon signing up and registration ends on 9/7 or until all 70 spots are filled.

Deadline to Sign up for FCA with Coach Brotherton, Coach Stafford or Mrs. Duncan is today. The cost is $20 and includes a T-shirt.

SADD registration forms are available outside Mrs. Ward’s room  S125 for students who are still interested but missed the informational meeting. Our first official meeting will be Thursday, Sept. 6 at 7 am in S125. We will be holding officer elections at that time.

4-H enrollment meeting will be held during Activity period Thursday in S 121.

Drill team will meet today from 2:30 until 3:30 in the large JROTC classroom. Orienteers who will compete at the North Caddo Drill Competition on September 15 will meet in the small JROTC classroom today (Wed) from 2:30 until 3:30.

Archery sign up forms will be OUTSIDE Ms McKay's class door in the Sbld S-112. Please don't interrupt class.

Free ACT tutoring for reading, English, math, and science will take place today at 4:30 p.m. at FBC Bossier.  Enter through the rear student ministry building and see Mrs. Arbuckle today if you have any questions.

Johnny’s Fundraiser night for the special needs classes at Haughton High School is tonight from 5:00-8:00 pm at the Johnny’s in Haughton, please share and spread the word to support our special kids!

Students:  If you are interested in being a speaker at school events this semester, please pick up a petition to speak form from Mrs. Shaw’s room (H-10) during non class times.  Petitions need to be returned to her classroom by 3 p.m. today.

The Back to School dance is Friday, September 7 immediately following the game until 11 p.m.  Tickets are $10 each and will be sold in the E building foyer across from Ms. Meyer’s room during lunch shifts.  Make sure your dance contract is on file before you buy your ticket.

Also, our first pep rally is this Friday!  It will be our Rock the Red pep rally where the class who is showing the most spirit during Rock and Roll wins the spirit flag and one person from the grade who wins will get to run the spirit flag with the Crew at Friday night’s game.  Even if you didn’t purchase a red out shirt, we want everyone to wear red Friday to support the Bucs and the American Heart Association.

Students, faculty, and staff:  Do you have a unique or special talent?  KHHS would like to feature you on an upcoming broadcast.  Let us know by sending us a direct message on Twitter or by placing a slip in the folder outside the newsroom upstairs in the H building.  And, as always, if you have a suggestion for a news worthy story, let us know!

 

Tuesday, September 4, 2018

Sign up for the PSAT  test with Mrs. Arbuckle in H1. The PSAT is scheduled for October 24th at HHS.  The PSAT is for JUNIORS who want to qualify for the National Merit Scholarship.  Sophomores CAN take the test; however cannot qualify for this prestigious scholarship. The test is given only one time a year and the cost is only $16 cash.  Space is limited to 70 students. Spots are first come, first serve. $16 cash is due upon signing up and registration ends on 9/7 or until all 70 spots are filled.

Sign up for FCA with Coach Brotherton, Coach Stafford or Mrs. Duncan. The cost is $20 & includes a T-shirt. The 1st meeting is Sept. 6th.

SADD registration forms are available outside Mrs. Ward’s room  S125 for students who are still interested but missed the informational meeting. Our first official meeting will be Thursday, Sept. 6 at 7 am in S125. We will be holding officer elections at that time.

Color guard will meet today from 2:30 until 3:30 in the large JROTC classroom.

Archery sign up forms will be OUTSIDE Ms McKay's class door in the Sbld S-112. Please don't interrupt class.

Free ACT tutoring for reading, English, math, and science will take place tomorrow at 4:30 p.m. at FBC Bossier.  Enter through the rear student ministry building and see Mrs. Arbuckle today if you have any questions.

The Cross Country team had their 3rd annual Bucs on the Run 5k this Saturday and would like to thank all that helped and participated in the event. Some results from the race in the 15yr old division Colton Allen took first and Kameron Burns 2nd for the boys. Jadyn Hodge also finished 1st in the 15yr old division for girls. Coach Drake Smith finished 1st & Mrs. Darby finished 2nd in the Adult age divisions. Killian Hillinger took 1st place overall for the 5k with a time of 18:36. Way to go Bucs.

Students:  If you are interested in being a speaker at school events this semester, please pick up a petition to speak form from Mrs. Shaw’s room (H-10) during non class times.  Petitions need to be returned to her classroom by 3 p.m. tomorrow.

The Back to School dance is Friday, September 7 immediately following the game until 11 p.m.  Tickets are $10 each and will be sold in the E building foyer across from Ms. Meyer’s room beginning tomorrow during lunch shifts.  Make sure your dance contract is on file before you buy your ticket.

We have volleyball matches at 4:00 (freshman) 5:00 (JV) and 6:00 (varsity) at home tonight vs. Many. Students get in free with id and student pass which you can pick up in Coach Ginn’s class or Mrs. St andre’s class.

 

Friday,August, 31, 2018

Sign up for the PSAT  test with Mrs. Arbuckle in H1. The PSAT is scheduled for October 24th at HHS.  The PSAT is for JUNIORS who want to qualify for the National Merit Scholarship.  Sophomores CAN take the test; however cannot qualify for this prestigious scholarship. The test is given only one time a year and the cost is only $16 cash.  Space is limited to 70 students. Spots are first come, first serve. $16 cash is due upon signing up and registration ends on 9/7 or until all 70 spots are filled.

Sign up for FCA with Coach Brotherton, Coach Stafford or Mrs. Duncan. The cost is $20 & includes a T-shirt. The 1st meeting is Sept. 6th.

Cyber Defense Team will meet in the JROTC large classroom after school today.

The Bucs Cross Country team will have their 3rd annual Bucs on the run 5k race Saturday Sept 1st @ Haughton High. See any of the XC athletes for sign ups or contact Coach Drake Smith (h-4).

Today is the deadline to nominate a faculty or staff member for Awesome Anchor.  Nominations may be turned in to H-1 or the library.

SADD registration forms are available outside Mrs. Ward’s room  S125 for students who are still interested but missed the informational meeting. Our first official meeting will be Thursday, Sept. 6 at 7 am in S125. We will be holding officer elections at that time.

No freshman volleyball practice today.



Thursday, August, 30, 2018

Sign up for the PSAT  test with Mrs. Arbuckle in H1. The PSAT is scheduled for October 24th at HHS.  The PSAT is for JUNIORS who want to qualify for the National Merit Scholarship.  Sophomores CAN take the test; however cannot qualify for this prestigious scholarship. The test is given only one time a year and the cost is only $16 cash.  Space is limited to 70 students. Spots are first come, first serve. $16 cash is due upon signing up and registration ends on 9/7 or until all 70 spots are filled.

Sign up for FCA with Coach Brotherton, Coach Stafford or Mrs. Duncan. The cost is $20 & includes a T-shirt. The 1st meeting is Sept. 6th.

The Bucs Cross Country team will have their 3rd annual Bucs on the run 5k race Saturday Sept 1st @ Haughton High. See any of the XC athletes for sign ups or contact Coach Drake Smith (h-4).

Special Operations and PT Team will meet in the JROTC Large class room today after school.

Marksmanship Team tryouts will be in the Buc Den today starting at 2:30.  Only those students who have completed the safety test may attend.

Color guard will have a make up try outs and practice today from 2:30 until 3:30 in the large JROTC Classroom.

There will not be Boy's Soccer tryouts today after school.  All boy's that were at tryouts on Tuesday must see Coach Smith before the end of the week.

Nominations for September Awesome Anchors can be made today through Friday in H1 or the library. Nominate a teacher, cafeteria worker, custodian or staff member who has made a difference at the beginning of this year to you.  All nominations are dropped in the library or H1 and the drawing will be held on Tuesday. Only 8 will win! Tune in Friday to KHHS for more information about our Awesome Anchor program.

SADD registration forms are available outside Mrs. Ward’s room  S125 for students who are still interested but missed the informational meeting. Our first official meeting will be Thursday, Sept. 6 at 7 am in S125. We will be holding officer elections at that time.

Our first Activity Period is today!  The bell will ring at 8:50 for Activity Period to begin and club sponsors have emailed a list of students who are members of the organizations meeting today.   RAK, BBAC, Beta, and ROTC Reserves will be meeting. Science Club is NOT meeting today. If you are interested in signing up for Science Club, get a form outside Ms. Pease’s door S221.


Wednesday, August, 29, 2018

Sign up for the PSAT  test with Mrs. Arbuckle in H1. The PSAT is scheduled for October 24th at HHS.  The PSAT is for JUNIORS who want to qualify for the National Merit Scholarship.  Sophomores CAN take the test; however cannot qualify for this prestigious scholarship. The test is given only one time a year and the cost is only $16 cash.  Space is limited to 70 students. Spots are first come, first serve. $16 cash is due upon signing up and registration ends on 9/7 or until all 70 spots are filled.

The Buccaneer Bookshelf Advisory Club (BBAC) and the Chess Club  will have sign-ups in the library until Thursday, August 30th.

Fellowship of Christian Athletes sign ups begin this week.  You can sign up with Coach Brotherton, Coach Stafford or Mrs. Duncan. The cost is $20 & includes a T-shirt. The 1st meeting is Sept. 6th.

The Bucs Cross Country team will have their 3rd annual Bucs on the run 5k race Saturday Sept 1st @ Haughton High. See any of the XC athletes for sign ups or contact Coach Drake Smith (h-4).

Special Operations and PT Team will meet in the JROTC Large class room today after school.

Marksmanship Team tryouts will be in the Buc Den this Thursday starting at 2:30.  Only those students who have completed the safety test may attend.

Color guard will have a make up try outs and practice this Thursday from 2:30 until 3:30 in the large JROTC Classroom.

All students interested in running for office in RAK must turn in their sign up sheet and club dues to Ms. Meyer by today in order to be placed on the ballot for Thursday's meeting.

There will not be Boy's Soccer tryouts today after school.  All boy's that were at tryouts on Tuesday must see Coach Smith before the end of the week.

Nominations for September Awesome Anchors can be made today through Friday in H1 or the library. Nominate a teacher, cafeteria worker, custodian or staff member who has made a difference at the beginning of this year to you.  All nominations are dropped in the library or H1 and the drawing will be held on Tuesday. Only 8 will win!

Our first Activity Period will be Thursday, August 30.  RAK, BBAC, Beta, ROTC Reserves, and Science Club will be meeting.

Student Council is sponsoring Color Wars today! Come represent your class and have fun! Wear white, bring two canned goods, and be at Joe Delaney field at 3 pm.

Today is the deadline to purchase a red out shirt from any cheerleader!  

 

Tuesday, August, 28, 2018

Sign up for the PSAT  test with Mrs. Arbucklle in H1. The PSAT is scheduled for October 24th at HHS.  The PSAT is for JUNIORS who want to qualify for the National Merit Scholarship. Sophomores CAN take the test; however cannot qualify for this prestigious scholarship. The test is given only one time a year and the cost is only $16 cash.  Space is limited to 70 students. Spots are first come, first serve. $16 cash is due upon signing up and registration ends on 9/7 or until all 70 spots are filled.

Our first Activity Period will be Thursday, August 30.  The list of clubs meeting will be announced tomorrow.

The Buccaneer Bookshelf Advisory Club (BBAC) and the Chess Club  will have sign-ups in the library until Thursday, August 30th.

Fellowship of Christian Athletes sign ups begin this week.  You can sign up with Coach Brotherton, Coach Stafford or Mrs. Duncan. The cost is $20 & includes a T-shirt. The 1st meeting is Sept. 6th.

The Bucs Cross Country team will have their 3rd annual Bucs on the run 5k race Saturday Sept 1st @ Haughton High. See any of the XC athletes for sign ups or contact Coach Drake Smith (h-4).

Marksmanship Team tryouts will be in the Buc Den this Tuesday and Thursday starting at 2:30.  Only those students who have completed the safety test may attend.

All students interested in running for office in RAK must turn in their sign up sheet and club dues to Ms. Meyer by this Wednesday in order to be placed on the ballot for Thursday's meeting.

Student Council is sponsoring Color Wars Wednesday! Come represent your class and have fun! Wear white and bring two canned goods.

Tomorrow is the deadline to purchase a red out shirt from any cheerleader!  

The freshmen team defeated Minden yesterday 24-0.  Coleman Stafford led the Bucs offensively, throwing for 155 yards and 2 touchdowns, both caught by Joshua Sewell.  Parker Lowrie caught 5 Stafford passes as well. Elton Bryant scored the final touchdown for the Bucs on a 13 yard run.  

Defensively, the Bucs forced 3 turnovers.  Joshua Sewell and Jackson Voigt had interceptions and DJ Gladney had a fumble recovery.  

The FR play again next Tuesday at 5:00 at Benton.  

Monday, August, 27, 2018

Sign up for the PSAT  test with Mrs. Arbucklle in H1 The PSAT is scheduled for October 24th at HHS.  The PSAT is for JUNIORS who want to qualify for the National Merit Scholarship.  Sophomores CAN take the test; however cannot qualify for this prestigious scholarship. The test is given only one time a year and the cost is only $16 cash.  Space is limited to 70 students. Spots are first come, first serve. $16 cash is due upon signing up and begins on Monday 8/27 and ends on 9/7 or until all 70 spots are filled.

The Buccaneer Bookshelf Advisory Club (BBAC) and the Chess Club  will have sign-ups in the library until Thursday, August 30th.

The Bucs Cross Country team will have their 3rd annual Bucs on the run 5k race Saturday Sept 1st @ Haughton High. See any of the XC athletes for sign ups or contact Coach Drake Smith (h-4).

Drill team will have try outs and practice today from 2:30 until 3:30 in the large JROTC classroom. Color Guard will NOT practice tomorrow.

It is time to sign up for RAK Club. A picture of this year's club t-shirt and  RAK club sign up sheets are on Ms. Meyer's door, room E-17 and must be completed and returned with the club fee no later than August 29. If you are interested in a club shirt you can pay for it when signing up.

Student Council is sponsoring Color Wars Wednesday! Come represent your class and have fun! Wear white and bring two canned goods.

Our Red Out game to support the American Heart Association will be Friday, September 7.  The cheerleaders are selling Red Out shirts which are school approved for Friday wear. See any cheerleader or Mrs. Shaw to order yours and the deadline to order is Wednesday, August 29.

The Lady Bucs have a volleyball match vs Benton at home today.

Freshmen start at 4:30

Junior Varsity at 5:30

And varsity at 6:30.

Students can pick up a free student pass from Coach Ginn or Mrs. St.Andre’s room. You must have your ID and a student pass to enter for free.

 

Friday, August, 24, 2018

Today  is the deadline to sign up for the Crew and be guaranteed a t shirt.  Pay your $20 to Mrs. Shaw, Mrs. Weinreber, or Mrs. Duncan. A picture of the t shirt is on the HHS website.

Sign up for the PSAT  test with Mrs. Arbuckle beginning Monday 8/27 in H1 The PSAT is scheduled for October 24th at HHS.  The PSAT is for JUNIORS who want to qualify for the National Merit Scholarship. Sophomores CAN take the test; however cannot qualify for this prestigious scholarship. The test is given only one time a year and the cost is only $16 cash.  Space is limited to 70 students. Spots are first come, first serve. $16 cash is due upon signing up and begins on Monday 8/27 and ends on 9/7 or until all 70 spots are filled.

The Buccaneer Bookshelf Advisory Club (BBAC) will have sign-ups in the library until Thursday, August 30th.

Chess Club sign-ups will also be in the library until Thursday, August 30th.

Make sure you have your parking pass purchased and displayed by Monday as Officer Almond and Officer Grooms will begin issuing  tickets then.

Speaking of parking…..all cars MUST be moved from inside the white lines of the student parking lot by 2:45 p.m. each day so the band can practice.  

Any students interested in wrestling need to plan on attending a meeting immediately after school in the field house today.   The meeting should last no more than 30 minutes.

The Bucs Cross Country team will have their 3rd annual Bucs on the run 5k race Saturday Sept 1st @ Haughton High. See any of the XC athletes for sign ups or contact Coach Drake Smith (h-4).

Drill team will have try outs and practice on Monday from 2:30 until 3:30 in the large JROTC classroom. Color Guard will have try outs and practice on Tuesday the same time and place. Thanks!

The LA-801st Cadet Corps held their Fall Assumption of Command last night with Makenzi Williamson taking over the reigns of command for for the 160 cadets and passing out job and promotions to over 60 cadets.  Congrats to all our Bucs in Blue.

Cyber Defense Team will meet today after school in the JROTC Large classroom.

It is time to sign up for RAK Club. A picture of this year's club t-shirt and  RAK club sign up sheets are on Ms. Meyer's door, room E-17 and must be completed and returned with the club fee no later than August 29. If you are interested in a club shirt you can pay for it when signing up.

Student Council is sponsoring Color Wars next Wednesday! Come represent your class and have fun! Wear white and bring two canned goods.

Our Red Out game to support the American Heart Association will be Friday, September 7.  The cheerleaders are selling Red Out shirts which are school approved for Friday wear. See any cheerleader or Mrs. Shaw to order yours and the deadline to order is Wednesday, August 29.

Freshmen bucs defeated Parkway 6-0 in FR jamboree last night.

Coleman Stafford ran for a 6 yd TD. Stafford completed Long passes to Parker Lowrie, Jackson Voigt, and Hunter Tolbert.

Zach Haley sealed the win with a sack. He also had a forced fumble and a fumble recovery.

We open the freshmen season with Minden next Monday at home at 5:00.

 

Thursday, August, 23, 2018

Tomorrow is the deadline to sign up for the Crew and be guaranteed a t shirt.  Pay your $20 to Mrs. Shaw, Mrs. Weinreber, or Mrs. Duncan. A picture of the t shirt is on the HHS website.

The Buccaneer Bookshelf Advisory Club (BBAC) will begin sign-ups in the library today, August 23rd - Thursday, August 30th.

Chess Club sign-ups will also begin today, August 23rd, through Thursday, August 30th in the library.

Make sure you have your parking pass purchased and displayed by next Monday as Officer Almond and Officer Grooms will begin issuing  tickets then.

Speaking of parking…..all cars MUST be moved from inside the white lines of the student parking lot by 2:45 p.m. each day so the band can practice.  

Any students interested in wrestling need to plan on attending a meeting immediately after school in the field house this Friday.   The meeting should last no more than 30 minutes.

The Bucs Cross Country team will have their 3rd annual Bucs on the run 5k race Saturday Sept 1st @ Haughton High. See any of the XC athletes for sign ups or contact Coach Drake Smith (h-4).

It is time to sign up for RAK Club. A picture of this year's club t-shirt and  RAK club sign up sheets are on Ms. Meyer's door, room E-17 and must be completed and returned with the club fee no later than August 29. If you are interested in a club shirt you can pay for it when signing up.

Student Council is sponsoring Color Wars next Wednesday! Come represent your class and have fun! Wear white and bring two canned goods. More info to come on KHHS this Friday!

Our Red Out game to support the American Heart Association will be Friday, September 7.  The cheerleaders are selling Red Out shirts which are school approved for Friday wear. See any cheerleader or Mrs. Shaw to order yours and the deadline to order is Wednesday, August 29.

Tune in tomorrow after morning announcements for our first KHHS broadcast of the 2018-19 school year.  Color Wars, new faces at HHS, and highlights from the community pep rally are just a few of the stories we’ll be bringing you this week!

 

Wednesday, August, 23, 2018

Tomorrow is the deadline to sign up for the Crew and be guaranteed a t shirt.  Pay your $20 to Mrs. Shaw, Mrs. Weinreber, or Mrs. Duncan. A picture of the t shirt is on the HHS website.

Make sure you have your parking pass purchased and displayed by next Monday as Officer Almond and Officer Grooms will begin issuing  tickets then.

Speaking of parking…..all cars MUST be moved from inside the white lines of the student parking lot by 2:45 p.m. each day so the band can practice.  

Any students interested in wrestling need to plan on attending a meeting immediately after school in the field house this Friday.   The meeting should last no more than 30 minutes.

The Bucs Cross Country team will have their 3rd annual Bucs on the run 5k race Saturday Sept 1st @ Haughton High. See any of the XC athletes for sign ups or contact Coach Drake Smith (h-4).

It is time to sign up for RAK Club. A picture of this year's club t-shirt and  RAK club sign up sheets are on Ms. Meyer's door, room E-17 and must be completed and returned with the club fee no later than August 29. If you are interested in a club shirt you can pay for it when signing up.

Student Council is sponsoring Color Wars next Wednesday! Come represent your class and have fun! Wear white and bring two canned goods. More info to come on KHHS this Friday!

Our Red Out game to support the American Heart Association will be Friday, September 7.  The cheerleaders are selling Red Out shirts which are school approved for Friday wear. See any cheerleader or Mrs. Shaw to order yours and the deadline to order is Wednesday, August 29.

Tune in tomorrow after morning announcements for our first KHHS broadcast of the 2018-19 school year.  Color Wars, new faces at HHS, and highlights from the community pep rally are just a few of the stories we’ll be bringing you this week!

 

Tuesday, August, 21, 2018

If you are interested in being in the Crew, sign up and pay your $20 to Mrs. Shaw, Mrs. Weinreber, or Mrs. Duncan.  $20 includes the price of your tshirt. Deadline to sign up is Friday, August 24.

Color Guard will have tryouts and practice today in the large JROTC classroom from 2:30-3:30 p.m.

Make sure you have your parking pass purchased and displayed by next Monday as Officer Almond and Officer Grooms will begin issuing  tickets then.

Speaking of parking…..all cars MUST be moved from inside the white lines of the student parking lot by 2:45 p.m. each day so the band can practice.  

Any students interested in wrestling need to plan on attending a meeting immediately after school in the field house this Friday.   The meeting should last no more than 30 minutes.

For all students interested in participating in SADD, Students Against Destructive Decisions, there will be an informational meeting, Thursday, Aug 23 at 7 am in room S125. You may pick up your registration form at that time.  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Ward.

The Bucs Cross Country team will have their 3rd annual Bucs on the run 5k race Saturday Sept 1st @ Haughton High. See any of the XC athletes for sign ups or contact Coach Drake Smith (h-4).

It is time to sign up for RAK Club. A picture of this year's club t-shirt and  RAK club sign up sheets are on Ms. Meyer's door, room E-17 and must be completed and returned with the club fee no later than August 29. If you are interested in a club shirt you can pay for it when signing up.

Open House is tonight from 5:30-6:30 p.m.


August, 20, 2018

If you are interested in being in the Crew, sign up and pay your $20 to Mrs. Shaw, Mrs. Weinreber, or Mrs. Duncan.  $20 includes the price of your tshirt. Deadline to sign up is Friday, August 24.

All girls soccer team members should get a practice gear order form from Coach Melton in TB2 or Mrs Melton in S224. Orders are due no later than August 27.

Drill team will have tryouts and practice today from 2:30 until 3:30 in the large JROTC classroom. Color Guard will have tryouts and practice on Tuesday the same place and time. All corps members are invited to attend

Parking passes will be sold for $25 in the parking lot before school by Coach O'Nishea. You may stop by and pick up the required paperwork outside of his classroom, but you may only turn in the paperwork and pay for the parking pass before school.

Speaking of parking…..all cars MUST be moved from inside the white lines of the student parking lot by 2:45 p.m. each day so the band can practice.  

For all students interested in participating in SADD, Students Against Destructive Decisions, there will be an informational meeting, Thursday, Aug 23 at 7 am in room S125. You may pick up your registration form at that time.  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Ward.

The Bucs Cross Country team will have their 3rd annual Bucs on the run 5k race Saturday Sept 1st @ Haughton High. See any of the XC athletes for sign ups or contact Coach Drake Smith (h-4).

It is time to sign up for RAK Club. A picture of this year's club t-shirt and  RAK club sign up sheets are on Ms. Meyer's door, room E-17 and must be completed and returned with the club fee no later than August 29. If you are interested in a club shirt you can pay for it when signing up.

Tomorrow is ACT 21 Domination day.  Students who scored a 21 or higher can wear their new shirt tomorrow with jeans. If you received a ticket for the shirt and have not come by to pick it up yet, bring a photo id to H1 to pick it up today at lunch!  Remember to follow the dress code rules for this honor.

If you want to take the ACT to earn a 21 or higher, sign up now at act.org for the October test!

Fall Driver’s Ed is full and class begins today in the library after school.

 

August, 17, 2018

If you are interested in being in the Crew, sign up and pay your $20 to Mrs. Shaw, Mrs. Weinreber, or Mrs. Duncan.  $20 includes the price of your tshirt. Deadline to sign up is Friday, August 24.

Today is the deadline to order freshman class t shirts.  See Ms. Meredith or Ms. Willis in the library during non class time.

All girls soccer team members should get a practice gear order form from Coach Melton in TB2 or Mrs Melton in S224. Orders are due no later than August 27.

Drill team will have tryouts and practice on Monday from 2:30 until 3:30 in the large JROTC classroom. Color Guard will have tryouts and practice on Tuesday the same place and time. All corps members are invited to attend

We will take up money for the fall term drivers education class tomorrow from 9-11 in the FIELD HOUSE.    The cost is $400 cash or money order no checks will be accepted. If you have any questions you can see Mr. Steve Brown or Coach Marston.

School approved football t shirts and hoodies are on sale in Coach ONishea’s room and the Fieldhouse. $15 T-shirt’s $25 hoodies

Parking passes will be sold for $25 in the parking lot before school by Coach O'Nishea. You may stop by and pick up the required paperwork outside of his classroom, but you may only turn in the paperwork and pay for the parking pass before school.

Speaking of parking…..all cars MUST be moved from inside the white lines of the student parking lot by 2:45 p.m. each day so the band can practice.  

For all students interested in participating in SADD, Students Against Destructive Decisions, there will be an informational meeting, Thursday, Aug 23 at 7 am in room S125. You may pick up your registration form at that time.  If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Ward.

The Bucs Cross Country team will have their 3rd annual Bucs on the run 5k race Saturday Sept 1st @ Haughton High. See any of the XC athletes for sign ups or contact Coach Drake Smith (h-4).

Anyone interested in playing golf needs to come and talk to Ms. Weaver  in S225 TODAY. You must have your own clubs and transportation.

Start announcing Monday: It is time to sign up for RAK Club. A picture of this year's club t-shirt and  RAK club sign up sheets are on Ms. Meyer's door, room E-17 and must be completed and returned with the club fee no later than August 29. If you are interested in a club shirt you can pay for it when signing up.

 

August, 15, 2018

If you are interested in being in the Crew, sign up and pay your $20 to Mrs. Shaw, Mrs. Weinreber, or Mrs. Duncan.  $20 includes the price of your tshirt.

The  U.S. Navy will be on campus during all lunch shifts in the plaza

Freshmen T-shirts can be ordered in the Library before and after school, during lunch shifts, and between classes for $15 until Friday, August 17th. Please see Ms. Meredith or Mrs. Willis in the Library for assistance.

Sign up for a CLEP test with Mrs. Arbuckle in H1 this week.  If you took an AP course in 2018 and did not earn a 3 or higher on the exam, see Mrs. Arbuckle for instructions on how to get college credit for the course using the CLEP.  H1 is next to tardy central.

All girls soccer team members should get a practice gear order form from Coach Melton in TB2 or Mrs Melton in S224. Orders are due no later than August 27.

We will take up money for the fall term drivers education class on Saturday August 18th from 9-11 in the FIELD HOUSE    The cost is $400 cash or money order no checks will be accepted. The student must be 15 by October 15 to be eligible for the class. If you have any questions you can see Mr. Steve Brown or Coach Marston.

School approved football t shirts and hoodies are on sale in Coach ONishea’s room and the Fieldhouse. $15 T-shirt’s $25 hoodies

Parking passes will be sold for $25 in the parking lot before school by Coach O'Nishea. You may stop by and pick up the required paperwork outside of his classroom, but you may only turn in the paperwork and pay for the parking pass before school.

Speaking of parking…..all cars MUST be moved from inside the white lines of the student parking lot by 2:45 p.m. each day so the band can practice.  

The Bucs Cross Country team will have their 3rd annual Bucs on the run 5k race Saturday Sept 1st @ Haughton High. See any of the XC athletes for sign ups or contact Coach Drake Smith (h-4).

There will be a boy's soccer meeting Thursday, August 16th immediately after school at the field house for all boys interested in playing soccer.

Anyone interested in playing golf needs to come and talk to Ms. Weaver  in S225 You must have your own clubs and transportation. She needs to see everyone who played last year and all those who plan to play this year by Friday.

 

Tuesday, August 14, 2018
Yearbooks are here!  Please pick up during lunch time only in Lab 3!

If you are interested in being in the Crew, sign up and pay your $20 to Mrs. Shaw, Mrs. Weinreber, or Mrs. Duncan.  $20 includes the price of your tshirt.

U.S. National Guard will be on campus today during all lunch shifts in the plaza.

Wednesday, August 15th - the U.S. Navy will be on campus during all lunch shifts in the plaza

Freshmen T-shirts can be ordered in the Library before and after school, during lunch shifts, and between classes for $15 until Friday, August 17th. Please see Ms. Meredith or Mrs. Willis in the Library for assistance.

Sign up for a CLEP test with Mrs. Arbuckle in H1 this week.  If you took an AP course in 2018 and did not earn a 3 or higher on the exam, see Mrs. Arbuckle for instructions on how to get college credit for the course using the CLEP.  H1 is next to tardy central.

All girls soccer team members should get a practice gear order form from Coach Melton in TB2 or Mrs Melton in S224. Orders are due no later than August 27.

We will take up money for the fall term drivers education class on Saturday August 18th from 9-11 in the boys gym.    The cost is $400 cash or money order no checks will be accepted. The student must be 15 by October 15 to be eligible for the class. If you have any questions you can see Mr. Steve Brown or Coach Marston.

School approved football t shirts and hoodies are on sale in Coach ONishea’s room and the Fieldhouse. $15 T-shirt’s $25 hoodies

Parking passes will be sold for $25 in the parking lot before school by Coach O'Nishea. You may stop by and pick up the required paperwork outside of his classroom, but you may only turn in the paperwork and pay for the parking pass before school.

Speaking of parking…..all cars MUST be moved from inside the white lines of the student parking lot by 2:45 p.m. each day so the band can practice.  

The Bucs Cross Country team will have their 3rd annual Bucs on the run 5k race Saturday Sept 1st @ Haughton High. See any of the XC athletes for sign ups or contact Coach Drake Smith (h-4).

There will be a boy's soccer meeting Thursday, August 16th immediately after school at the field house for all boys interested in playing soccer.

Anyone interested in playing golf need to come and talk to Ms. Weaver S225  You must have your own clubs and transportation.

Come to the stadium tonight for our 3rd annual Haughton Community Spirit Night.  Meet the football team, watch the spirit groups from all area schools perform, listen to some great music from the band and enjoy some great food from different food truck vendors  The event begins at 6 p.m. and is free of charge to students. Adult admission is $5.

 

 

Monday, August 13, 2018

Yearbooks are here!  Please pick up during lunch time only in Lab 3!

If you are interested in being in the Crew, sign up and pay your $20 to Mrs. Shaw, Mrs. Weinreber, or Mrs. Duncan.  $20 includes the price of your tshirt.

All student packets and technology fees need to be turned in to your first block teacher today!

Freshmen T-shirts can be ordered in the Library before and after school, during lunch shifts, and between classes for $15 until Friday, August 17th. Please see Ms. Meredith or Mrs. Willis in the Library for assistance.

Sign up for a CLEP test with Mrs. Arbuckle in H1 this week.  If you took an AP course in 2018 and did not earn a 3 or higher on the exam, see Mrs. Arbuckle for instructions on how to get college credit for the course using the CLEP.  H1 is next to tardy central.

All girls soccer team members should get a practice gear order form from Coach Melton in TB2 or Mrs Melton in S224. Orders are due no later than August 27.  Practice Gear Order Form

We will take up money for the fall term drivers education class on Saturday August 18th from 9-11 in the boys gym.    The cost is $400 cash or money order no checks will be accepted. The student must be 15 by October 15 to be eligible for the class. If you have any questions you can see Mr. Steve Brown or Coach Marston.

School approved football t shirts and hoodies are on sale in Coach ONishea’s room and the Fieldhouse. $15 T-shirt’s $25 hoodies

Parking passes will be sold for $25 in the parking lot before school by Coach O'Nishea. You may stop by and pick up the required paperwork outside of his classroom, but you may only turn in the paperwork and pay for the parking pass before school.

Speaking of parking…..all cars MUST be moved from inside the white lines of the student parking lot by 2:45 p.m. each day so the band can practice.  

The Bucs Cross Country team will have their 3rd annual Bucs on the run 5k race Saturday Sept 1st @ Haughton High. See any of the XC athletes for sign ups or contact Coach Drake Smith (h-4).

There will be a boy's soccer meeting Thursday, August 16th immediately after school at the field house for all boys interested in playing soccer.

Anyone interested in playing golf need to come and talk to Ms. Weaver S225  You must have your own clubs and transportation.

Come to the stadium tomorrow night for our 3rd annual Haughton Community Spirit Night.  Meet the football team, watch the spirit groups from all area schools perform, listen to some great music from the band and enjoy some great food.  The event begins at 6 p.m.

 

Friday, August 10, 2018

Yearbooks are here!  Please pick up during lunch time only in Lab 3!

All student packets and technology fees need to be turned in to your first block teacher no later than Monnday, August 13.

Freshmen T-shirts can be ordered in the Library before and after school, during lunch shifts, and between classes for $15 until Friday, August 17th. Please see Ms. Meredith or Mrs. Willis in the Library for assistance.

Summer Reading for English I Honors is now late and must be turned in immediately if you are scheduled for the class in the Spring. Turn books in by Mr. Brown's room English building 3.

Student Council will meet in Mrs. Marks room today immediately after school.

All girls soccer team members should get a practice gear order form from Coach Melton in TB2 or Mrs Melton in S224. Orders are due no later than August 27. Practice Gear Order Form

We will take up money for the fall term drivers education class on Saturday August 18th from 9-11 in the boys gym.    The cost is $400 cash or money order no checks will be accepted. The student must be 15 by October 15 to be eligible for the class. We will limit the class to the first 40 students. The first class will be Tuesday August 21st after school. More info will be on the HHS website. If you have any questions you can see Mr. Steve Brown or Coach Marston.

School approved football t shirts and hoodies are on sale in Coach ONishea’s room and the Fieldhouse. $15 T-shirt’s $25 hoodies

Parking passes will be sold for $25 in the parking lot before school by Coach O'Nishea. You may stop by and pick up the required paperwork outside of his classroom, but you may only turn in the paperwork and pay for the parking pass before school.

Speaking of parking…..all cars MUST be moved from inside the white lines of the student parking lot by 2:45 p.m. each day so the band can practice.  

The Bucs Cross Country team will have their 3rd annual Bucs on the run 5k race Saturday Sept 1st @ Haughton High. See any of the XC athletes for sign ups or contact Coach Drake Smith (h-4).

There will be a boy's soccer meeting next Thursday, August 16th immediately after school at the field house for all boys interested in playing soccer.

 

August, 9, 2018

Freshmen T-shirts can be ordered in the Library before and after school, during lunch shifts, and between classes for $15 until Friday, August 17th. Please see Ms. Meredith or Mrs. Willis in the Library for assistance.

Student Council will meet in Mrs. Marks room on Friday immediately after school.

Cheerleaders come by Mrs. Shaw’s room during your lunch shift today  to pick up a calendar for the remainder of August.

We will take up money for the fall term drivers education class on Saturday August 18th from 9-11 in the boys gym.    The cost is $400 cash or money order no checks will be accepted. The student must be 15 by October 15 to be eligible for the class. We will limit the class to the first 40 students. The first class will be Tuesday August 21st after school. More info will be on the HHS website. If you have any questions you can see Mr. Steve Brown or Coach Marston.

School approved football t shirts and hoodies are on sale in Coach ONishea’s room and the Fieldhouse. $15 T-shirt’s $25 hoodies

Parking passes will be sold for $25 in the parking lot before school by Coach O'Nishea. You may stop by and pick up the required paperwork outside of his classroom, but you may only turn in the paperwork and pay for the parking pass before school.

Speaking of parking…..all cars MUST be moved from inside the white lines of the student parking lot by 2:45 p.m. each day so the band can practice.