• Mr. Scott Lyons

    Mr. Lyons Mr. Lyons received his BA in English from Florida State University and his MEd in English Education and Master in School Administration from North Carolina State University.

    Mr. Lyons served as an English teacher at Githens Middle School in Durham and Enloe Magnet High School in Raleigh.  He has also served as an assistant principal at Enloe and as principal at Ligon Middle School, Leesville Road High School and Enloe High School.

  • Principal's Weekly Message

    Posted by Scott Lyons on 10/12/2018 2:00:00 PM

    Jostens will be back for the makeup cap and gown order day on Monday, October 15, during all lunches.  Seniors are reminded to have a completed order form and $60 deposit.

     

    Homecoming is next week.  Please encourage your student to join the spirit week fun by participating in the theme days for spirit week.  The designated themes are located on the main page of the website.  Students may also purchase tickets to the Homecoming Dance until Wednesday, October 17.

     

    College Application Week is part of the North Carolina “Countdown to College” initiative.  While seniors are taking advantage of submitting applications through CFNC and using fee waivers, 9th – 11th graders are invited to participate in special activities each day at the Counseling Corner, including NC college trivia, paper college fair, and visits from college admissions representatives.  View specific activities on the Student Services page of the website or in the scrolling announcements.

     

    The Wake Forest Trentini Foundation will award a member of Class of 2019 a $5000 scholarship for college.  Heritage High is now accepting applications for this scholarship.  Six finalists will be chosen to move forward.  Seniors can pick up applications at the Counseling Corner.  They are due mid-November.

     

    Heritage High is seeking students who have great volunteer experience to submit an application for the Prudential Spirit of Community Award.  Students can stop by the Counseling Corner for more details. 

     

    Juniors and seniors interested in spending a week in Washington, DC for the United States Senate Youth Program may also pick up more information from the Counseling Corner.  The deadline to apply is October 21.

     

    Students enrolled in Math 1 and Math 3 this year will take an End of Course Exam.  However, the scores will not be used in the calculation of their final grade, since these are new exams.

     

    HHS PTSA is promoting its Annual Giving Tree Donations Drive the week of October 16-21.   The list of household items that are accepted for donation to the Giving Tree on S. Main St., Wake Forest will be available on our PTSA social media pages as well as the HHS website.   Last year HHS PTSA earned a $1,000 check.  Let's continue to make this a success!

    Please look out for the Remind texts this week. We are seeking volunteers and donations for Homecoming and Spirit Week events.

    Please make sure to join the PTSA for this new school year as well as donate to the No Fuss Fundraiser. You can find this easily online at the PTSA page on the HHS website.  We are just a few hundred dollars away from our No Fuss Fundraiser goal!  Join the PTSA online today at http://www.heritagehighschoolptsa.com.

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  • Principal's Weekly Message

    Posted by Scott Lyons on 10/5/2018 8:35:00 AM

    A few more volunteers are needed for a senior mock interview activity on October 10th from 8:00 - 10:30am.  This will be a fun event for all involved.  To sign up, go to tinyurl.com/speedmockinterviews.  For more information, contact Ms. Beaster at dbeaster@wcpss.net.

     

    Jostens will be on campus soon for class ring and graduation orders.  On Monday, October 8 they will be here for ring orders during all lunches and for parent night from 5:30 - 7:00 pm.  Parents can submit ring and graduation orders during at parent night.  On Tuesday October 9, seniors can submit orders for graduation.  They should have a $60 deposit and completed order form, found in the packet they received last week.  Midyear graduates should use this option for paying for their caps and gowns and should avoid paying online.

     

    The Wake County College Fair is rescheduled for this Sunday, October 7 at NCSU McKimmon Center at 2:00 pm.  The event also includes workshops on financial aid and college planning.  Juniors, seniors and parents who need to connect with admissions representatives or need to learn more about college admissions and financial aid should attend.

     

    The PSAT is Wednesday, October 10.  This morning affects many.  Registered test takers should report to their designated testing location by 7:25 am.  They should be prepared with their own calculator and pencils.  CollegeBoard does not provide a make-up day.  Test takers should make all effort to be here Wednesday morning.  Even if your child is not testing, they may have relocated classes during 1st or 2nd period.  Please remind your student to check with their first or second period teacher so that they know where to go that morning.  

     

    Seniors will participate in an important senior roundup event the morning of the PSAT.  This is a regular school day for seniors and any absence may impact exam exemptions.  They should report to the auditorium at 7:25 am for attendance and further instructions regarding the morning.

     

    October is National Bullying Prevention Month, and we are preparing for a month of activities to help celebrate and bring awareness around bullying prevention. Wednesday, October 24th is Unity Day of Bullying Prevention, and staff and students are asked to wear an orange shirt.

     

    Heritage HS is offering the SOS, Signs of Suicide, Prevention Program in October to all 9th graders who are currently enrolled in Health & PE.  If you do NOT wish your child to take a written screening test for depression and participate in the SOS Program in school, please contact your child’s Health & PE teacher. If we do not hear back from you, we will assume that your child has permission to participate in this program.

     

    Heritage HS is offering a "refresher course" of the SOS, Signs of Suicide, Prevention Program this month to all 12th graders who are currently enrolled in English.  If you do NOT wish your child to take a written screening test for depression and participate in the SOS Second Act Program in school, please contact your child’s English teacher. If we do not hear back from you, we will assume that your child has permission to participate in this program.

    Heritage High is seeking students who have great volunteer experience to submit an application for the Prudential Spirit of Community Award.  Students can stop by the Counseling Corner for more details. 

     

    Juniors and seniors interested in spending a week in Washington DC for the United States Senate Youth Program may pick up more information from the counseling corner.  The deadline to apply is October 21.

     

    HHS PTSA is promoting its Annual Giving Tree Donations Drive the week of October 16-21. 

    The list of household items that are accepted for donation to the Giving Tree on S. Main St. Wake Forest will be available on our PTSA social media pages as well as the HHS website.   Last year, HHS PTSA earned a $1,000 check!  Let's continue to make this a success.   Please make sure to join the PTSA for this new school year as well as donate to the No Fuss Fundraiser. You can find this easily online at the PTSA page on the HHS website.

    We are just a few hundred dollars away from our No Fuss Fundraiser goal!    The next PTSA Board meeting will be held on Tuesday, October 9th at 6:30 pm in the HHS Media Center.

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  • Principal's Weekly Message

    Posted by Scott Lyons on 9/28/2018 11:50:00 AM

    I would like to thank the people who donated items to help the residents of Harkers Island.  We appreciate your kindness and the kindness of your children.

     

    Senior Saturday is tomorrow from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm in the Media Center.  Seniors can work on college applications, scholarships and essays with support of counselors and an English teacher.  Participants should enter through front doors.

     

    Volunteers are needed for a senior mock interview activity on October 10th from 8:00 - 10:30 am.  This will be a fun event for all involved.  To sign up, go to tinyurl.com/speedmockinterviews.  For more information, contact Ms. Beaster at dbeaster@wcpss.net.

     

    Financial Aid 101 is Tuesday, October 2 at 6:30 pm in the auditorium.  Learn how to complete the FAFSA and about how to access additional forms of aid. This evening is critical for seniors and senior parents and guardians; however, others, especially juniors and junior parents and guardians are invited to attend and learn early.

     

    Jostens will be on campus soon for class ring and graduation orders,   specifically:  Monday October 8 during all lunches for ring orders and that same day from 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm, for parent night.  Parents can submit ring and graduation orders during that time.  On Tuesday October 9, seniors can submit orders for graduation.  They should have a $60 deposit and completed order form, found in the packet they received last week.  Midyear graduates should use this option for paying for their caps and gowns and should avoid paying online.

     

    The Wake County College Fair is rescheduled for Sunday, October 7 at the NCSU McKimmon Center at 2:00 pm.  The event also includes workshops on financial aid and college planning.  Juniors, seniors and parents who need to connect with admissions representatives or need to learn more about college admissions and financial aid should attend. 

     

    Almost 700 9th – 11th graders will take the PSAT on Wednesday, October 10.  If your child is registered, please know that CollegeBoard does not allow for a “makeup test day”, and you are encouraged to talk to your test taker and review CollegeBoard policies with him or her.  They can be found in the registration booklet received upon registering for the test.  If your test taker did not pick up the booklet, you can direct him or her to Student Services.

     

    Heritage High is seeking students who have great volunteer experience to submit an application for the Prudential Spirit of Community Award.  Students can stop by the Counseling Corner for more details. 

     

    Juniors and seniors interested in spending a week in Washington DC for the United States Senate Youth Program may pick up more information from the Counseling Corner.  The deadline to apply is October 21.

     

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  • Principal's Weekly Message

    Posted by Scott Lyons on 9/21/2018 10:10:00 AM

    Hello, this is Scott Lyons, Principal of Heritage High School with information about future weekly messages.  Since messages can be long from time to time, I will not read the messages over the phone.  I will send out an email and text message with the information instead.  In addition, you can always view the weekly message on the Heritage High School website by clicking “Principal Message” on the main page.  You should have received an email and a text with the message for this week.  If you did not receive the message, please contact our data manager to get your information updated in our system.  I hope everyone has a great weekend.

     

    The early release day scheduled for Friday, September 28 is now a full day for students as part of the make-up days as a result of missing school during Hurricane Florence.

     

    In the wake of Hurricane Floyd, Heritage High School has decided to adopt Harkers Island, a small community on the eastern shore of North Carolina.  Students are invited to bring in designated items each morning for victims of Hurricane Florence from September 20 – 28.  The list of needed items is on our website.

     

    Volunteers are needed for a senior mock interview activity on October 10 from 8:00 -10:30am.  This will be a fun event for all involved.  To sign up, go to tinyurl.com/speedmockinterviews.  For more information, contact Ms. Beaster at dbeaster@wcpss.net.

     

    Seniors will participate in a College Essay Writing Workshop on Monday, September 24th during 1st period Husky Help in the back of the auditorium.  Seniors will learn the steps to a great college admissions essay. Encourage your senior to attend.

     

    Join the National Honor Society in raising money for RISE Against Hunger by participating in the 2nd annual Battle of the Classes on Friday, September 28 from 6:00 - 8:00pm in the main gym.  There is a suggested $5 donation at the door.  Free food and drinks are provided.

     

    The late work make up deadline has been extended to Thursday, 9/27 due to school missed due to Hurricane Florence.

     

    Senior Saturday is September 29 from 8:00 - noon in the Media Center.  Seniors can work on college applications, scholarships and essays with the support of counselors and an English teacher.

     

    The Governor's School of North Carolina is a publicly funded residential summer program for intellectually gifted high school students in the state of North Carolina.  Current sophomores and juniors interested in applying to Governor’s School should attend an interest meeting on Tuesday, September 25, during Husky Help in Student Services.  If unable to attend, students should see Mr. Walston as soon as possible to avoid missing any application deadlines.

     

    Any junior or senior interested in taking free college courses at Wake Tech must first attend a Wake Tech Career and College Promise information session.  One session will be held at Heritage High on Tuesday, September 25 at 6:30 pm in the auditorium.  Interested students need to register at ccp.waketech.edu.

     

    Juniors received Jostens ring order packets and seniors received graduation order packets today, which includes the cap and gown order.  Please review this information with your junior or senior to help them prepare for order dates in early October.  Jostens will be on campus early October.  If your student was absent today, ask them to stop by Student Services to pick up a packet.

     

    The Wake County College Fair is rescheduled for Sunday, October 7 at NCSU McKimmon Center at 2:00 pm.  The event also includes workshops on financial aid and college planning.  Juniors, seniors and parents who need to connect with admissions representatives or need to learn more about college admissions and financial aid should attend. 

     

    Seniors interested in being nominated for the Cheatham White merit scholarship at either North Carolina A&T or NC Central University can now pick up forms at the Counseling Corner.  The deadline to submit nomination info is October 17.

     

    Students who may be experiencing difficulty in a course can utilize our Peer Tutoring program in addition to teacher office hours.  Students can access the application on the “Student” section of our website. 

     

    Students who choose to opt out of specific honors-level work and complete academic-level work in designated courses must obtain a parent signature.  All opt out forms are due back at school by Friday, September 28.

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  • Message from the Principal

    Posted by Scott Lyons on 9/12/2018 10:00:00 AM

    If you have not yet heard the district announcement, WCPSS has announced that tomorrow, September 13, schools will close 2 1/2 hours early and will be closed all day on Friday.

     

    The Wake County College fair scheduled for Sunday, September 16, has been cancelled.  

     

    Details regarding make up days and rescheduled events, including athletics will be shared as we receive the updates.

     

    We will continue to provide updates  through our website, twitter and remind as we receive them.

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  • Principal's Weekly Message

    Posted by Scott Lyons on 9/7/2018 10:05:00 AM

    We are well into our first semester.  As a reminder, course corrections have ended.  The focus now is for students to settle in and establish their own goals and success plans for each course.  We invite parents to encourage them to focus on and plan for best possible outcomes.

     

    Students who may be experiencing difficulty getting settled into a course can utilize our Peer Tutoring program in addition to teacher office hours.  Students can access the application on the Student section of our website.

     

    Honors Opt Out letters will go home on Friday.  Students who choose to opt out of specific honors level work and complete academic level work in designated courses must obtain a parent signature.  All opt out forms are due back at school by Friday, September 14.

     

    Monday, September 10 is Meet the Teacher Night.  This is your opportunity to meet face to face with your child’s teachers and learn more about the courses they are taking this semester.  Doors open at 6:00 pm.  There will be an AP Seminar course meeting at 6:00 pm in the auditorium and an AP Research course meeting at 6:10 pm, so that you can visit your child’s English teacher during regular course rotations.  We apologize to the Jewish community for the oversight of this event being on holiday, and we will do our best to avoid this in the future.  The evening’s agenda is posted on the main page of the school website.  If you are unable to attend and would like the opportunity to still meet with teachers, we are happy to coordinate this for you.  Please call 919-570-5600 ext 20712 to let us know.

     

    Registration for the October 10 PSAT is underway for 9th, 10th and11th grade students.  The fee is $16.  Juniors with at least a 4.313 weighted GPA can test for free, but students must still register.  Need-based waivers are also available.  Students can sign up in Student Services during lunch and before school.  You may also pay online through the online payment link.  Students should get their registration booklet in Student Services.  If you are attending Meet the Teacher Night on Monday, you can register your child and pick up the registration booklet at the same time.

     

    School Picture Days are next week.  Ninth and Tenth grade yearbook pictures will be Monday, September 10.  Eleventh grade yearbook pictures will be Tuesday, September 11.  Senior Portrait and Senior Portrait make-ups will be Wednesday, September 12.  There is a $15 sitting fee for first time sessions.

     

    The Wake County College Fair is Sunday, September 16 at the NCSU McKimmon Center at 2:00 pm.  The event also includes workshops on financial aid and college planning.  Juniors, Seniors and parents who need to connect with admissions representatives or need to larn more about college admissions and financial aid should attend. 

     

    Counselors are continuing to meet with seniors for their senior conference.  Please check with your senior about their “to do lists” and graduation status.

     

    Several scholarship opportunities are now available.  Seniors who wish to be nominated for UNC Morehead Cain, NCSU Park, UNC Charlotte Levine and more should pick up information at the Counseling Corner and submit completed information to Student Services by the posted deadline.

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  • Principal's Weekly Message

    Posted by Scott Lyons on 8/31/2018 2:00:00 PM

    It has been great having students back on campus again, and I have enjoyed walking around to classes to see the exciting activities taking place in already.  In addition, I have noticed several students who walk to school cross the road where there is not a crosswalk.  Please encourage your child to be safe at all times.  If they walk to school, please make sure they are using the crosswalk.  Also, please be mindful as adults and students drive on our campus.  Please drive slowly and be alert.  We want to make sure all of our Huskies are safe.

     

    This past week, administrators met with all students during grade level assemblies to review behavior expectations as well as consequences for violating the discipline policies.  Please take time to review this information found in the WCPSS and HHS Student/Parent Handbooks.

     

    Registration for the October 10 PSAT is underway for 9th, 10th and 11th grade students.  The fee is $16.  Juniors with at least a 4.313 weighted GPA can test for free but must still register.  Need-based waivers are also available.    Students can sign up in Student Services before school and during lunch.  You may also pay online through the online payment link.  Students should be sure to get their registration booklet in Student Services. 

     

    Course corrections requests have ended and we are now focusing on getting students settled.  We invite you to aid your students in transitioning to the new school year and new classes by considering a success plan and how to balance time well. 

     

    Picture Days are approaching.  Students should have brought home information regarding purchase options this week that they received in advisory.  9th and 10th grade yearbook photos will be Monday, September 10.  Eleventh grade yearbook photos will be Tuesday, September 11.  Senior Portrait and Portrait make-ups will be Wednesday, September 12.  There is a $15 sitting fee for first time sessions.

     

    Monday, September 10 is Meet the Teacher Night.  This is your opportunity to meet face to face with your child’s teachers and learn more about the courses they are taking this semester.  Doors open at 6:00 pm so that you have time to visit parent auxiliary tables before reporting to advisory at 6:30pm. 

     

    The Wake County College Fair is Sunday, September 16 at NCSU McKimmon Center at 2:00 pm.  Juniors, Seniors and parents who need to connect with admissions representatives or need to learn more about college admissions and financial aid should attend. 

     

    Counselors will begin conducting senior conferences after the Labor Day weekend.  Seniors are encouraged to bring their completed senior information sheets to their meetings.  100% of our seniors will receive individual planning time with their counselor in order to accomplish necessary tasks for post high school transition. 

     

    If you missed senior night on Tuesday, be sure to check the senior page of the website for handouts. 

     

    Several scholarship opportunities are now available.  Seniors who wish to be nominated for UNC Morehead Cain, NCSU Park, UNC Charlotte Levine and more should pick up information at the Counseling Corner and submit completed information to Student Services by the posted deadline.

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  • Principal's Weekly Message

    Posted by Scott Lyons on 8/24/2018 8:00:00 AM

    Monday, August 27 is the first day of school for all students.  Freshmen, sophomores and juniors should report to their advisory classrooms to receive their final schedule.  Seniors should report to the loading dock for the Senior Breakfast and their advisory teacher will meet them to give them their final schedules.  Any schedule received prior to Monday should be discarded.  If your child has not submitted a technology permission and military disclosure form, he or she will bring one home, which should be completed.  Privacy release forms are also available if you desire to complete one.  Students will receive lunch information from their 3rd period teachers.

     

    Bus assignments are now available to view in PowerSchool, and the routes and stop times are also on the WCPSS Transportation site.  Click on Bus Routes and scroll under High Schools until you see Heritage and click to see that information.  Students with bus questions will be able to see an administrator during their lunch.

     

    All seniors will participate in the annual senior breakfast Monday morning at the loading dock, beginning at 7:00 am.  After checking in with their advisory teacher to get their schedule, they have time to enjoy food, music and one another until the end of advisory.  More details regarding the breakfast are on the senior page of the school website.

     

    If you plan to carpool to school and have not yet reviewed the carpool information in the start of school section of the website, we invite you to do so prior to Monday morning.  Morning carpool is located in the back student parking lot.  When dropping students off, please pull up as far as possible to allow more vehicles to pull in.  Only afternoon Pick up/Carpool is located in the front staff parking lot.  When picking up students, please pull up as far as possible.

     

    Parents, we ask that you have a conversation with your teens who have parking permits and off campus passes about making good decisions.  Honoring speed limits, practicing safe driving, and obeying school parking off campus guidelines are a must in order to keep these privileges. 

     

    Registration for the October 10 PSAT also begins on Monday.  Students who participate will gain access to My College Quickstart, Khan Academy for SAT prep and more.  Juniors are encouraged to take the test for National Merit, National Achievement and National Hispanic Scholarship competitions.  Registration fee is $16; however, juniors with a designated GPA can test for free.  Fee waivers are available for freshmen, sophomores and juniors meeting eligibility criteria.  Students can submit registration fee using online payments or pay in person in Student Services. Students needing testing accommodations should stop by Student Services to begin the request process. 

     

    Senior Night is Tuesday, August 28 at 6:30pm in the auditorium.  All seniors and senior parents should plan to attend this informative event to ensure senior year know-how and resources. 

     

    Finally, we are making an effort to improve the contents of our comprehensive school calendar.  Feel free to visit it often to check for updates.

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  • HHS Summer Information

    Posted by Scott Lyons on 8/3/2018 12:50:00 PM

    If you do not plan to return to Heritage High School this fall, please begin the withdrawal process by calling 919-570-5600 ext 20699. 

     

    Juniors and Seniors are encouraged to submit parking applications between now and August 8 at 2:30 pm.  Seniors who submit paperwork by the deadline will be able to choose a parking spot on Senior Orientation Day.

     

    We have received several inquiries regarding summer assignments for PreAP English II and AP Seminar.  The information has been updated at http://hhs-english.weebly.com/summer-reading.html.  There will be an AP bootcamp for 10th – 12th students enrolling in AP courses for the first time on Wednesday, August 22 from 8:00 am – 10:00 am.  Some AP teachers will be available that morning as a resource.

     

    We are aware that some students are able to view what may seem like a complete and final schedule.  At this point, the master schedule is not final.  What you see today may be different tomorrow.  Officially, draft schedules will be available via Powerschool on August 15.  Final schedules will be distributed in advisory on the first day of school.

     

    Appointments are now open for rising seniors to schedule formal senior pictures for the yearbook.  Go to prestigeportraits.com or call (919) 571-0075.

     

    Seniors may still submit a Reduced Courseload Request and/or Midyear Graduation Request form.  All are accessible on the senior page of the website.  This is an extension of the original deadline.  All requests should be submitted by August 24.

     

    Mark your calendar for the upcoming fall events:

    Class of 2018 Senior Orientation – Tuesday, August 14 at 7:30 am

    Freshmen/New Student Early Start Day – Wednesday, August 22 at 7:00 am

    Freshmen Parent/New Parent Orientation – Wednesday, August 22 at 5:30 pm

    Senior Info Night for Students and Parents – Tuesday, August 28 at 6:30 pm

    Meet the Teacher Night – Monday, September 10 at 6:30 pm

     

    Students and parents are asked to join class groups to receive important text message updates for programs, upcoming deadlines and student opportunities.  Text your specific class message to 81010:

     

    Freshmen/Class of 2022, text @22husky

    Sophomores/Class of 2021, text @husky21

    Juniors/Class of 2020, text @husky20

    Seniors/Class of 2019, text @husky19

     

    Start of school documents and other information will be available via the website during the week of August 6.

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  • Principal's Summer Information and Reminders

    Posted by Scott Lyons on 7/13/2018 10:25:00 AM

    Good Afternoon Heritage Husky Families!

     

    This is Scott Lyons, principal of Heritage High School, with some important information for the 2018-2019 school year.  I will send periodic phone messages home throughout the summer and weekly messages when school starts.  If you miss the call or are unable to listen to the message, you can always see the script for the message by clicking on the Principal Messages link on the Heritage High website.

     

    If you haven’t yet received the Remind or Tweet, with the exception of students enrolled in Pre-AP English 10, students enrolled academic or honors English are no longer required to complete summer reading work.  Students enrolled in specific AP courses, particularly AP English Language and AP English Literature, still have summer reading work.  Visit the AP course pages at heritageap.weebly.com, for more details.

     

    We are aware that some students are able to view what may seem like a complete and final schedule.  At this point, the master schedule is not final.  What you see today may be different tomorrow.  Schedules will be available via Powerschool on August 15.  Final schedules will be distributed on the first day of school.

     

    Parking and off campus pass applications are now on the HHS website for juniors and seniors.  All forms are due by August 8 at 2:30pm.

     

    Students who owe a fine or need to return a book can do this Monday-Wednesday 7:00-2:30 in July. 

     

    Appointments are now open for rising seniors to schedule formal senior pictures for the yearbook.  Go to prestigeportraits.com or call 919 571-0075.

     

    Mark your calendar for the upcoming fall events:

    Class of 2018 Senior Orientation – Tuesday, August 14, 7:30am

    Freshmen/New Student Early Start Day – Wednesday, August 22, 7:00am

    Freshmen Parent/New Parent Orientation – Wednesday, August 22, 5:30pm

    Senior Info Night for Students and Parents – Tuesday, August 28, 6:30pm

    Meet the Teacher Night – Monday, September 10, 6:30pm

     

    Students and parents are asked to join class groups to receive important text message updates for programs, upcoming deadlines and student opportunities.  Text your specific class message to 81010:

     

    Freshmen/Class of 2022, text @22husky

    Sophomores/Class of 2021, text @husky21

    Juniors/Class of 2020, text @husky20

    Seniors/Class of 2019, text @husky19

     

    Start of school documents and other information will be available via the website by August 6.

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