Trojan Times

By: Principal Mike Dufrene (April 26th)

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Hello HHS,

And just like that we are heading into May...only 3 more Mondays for seniors and 5 more for underclassmen! Attached below is the calendar of events for the month of May. Please take the time to review (subject to change).


Class of 2021...we will kick things off this Friday with Senior Day (Field Day) between 10-1 pm depending on weather and participation. Seniors make sure you complete the senior survey regarding graduation and other events as soon as possible. This greatly helps our organization and planning of each event. Senior Survey...it is in your Office 365 email not on Schoology, log in and take it this morning, last chance.



5th Block is still going on Monday through Thursday from 3:30 to 5:00 pm...stop by room 114 (Ms. Lease) for details. Mr. Meck is offering AP Exam prep on April 28th in his room during 5th Block hours.


It is important that we continue to hang in there and put forth our best effort each day, hard work pays off...you only have one month left to do your best and finish strong!

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Hampshire Highlights...

- Congrats to the 2021-2022 HHS DECA Officers...Alex Hott = President, Mulledy Cook = VP Leadership, Zack Hill = VP Hospitality, Camryn Downs = VP Marketing, Jackson Savage = VP Career & Development, Johnathan Moreland = VP of Finance!!!


- Congrats to the Boys Basketball Team for being the Region 1 Section 2 Champions!!!


- Congrats to Mrs. Grapes and Ms. Fuller for being selected as our Trojans "Above & Beyond" Award winners!!!

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This Week @ HHS...

- Monday> Girls Varsity Softball double-header vs Keyser at home 4:00 & 5:30 pm.


- Tuesday> SAT Testing Make-ups; Boys Varsity Basketball plays at home vs North Marion 7 pm; Boys Varsity Baseball at University HS.


- Wednesday> Junior Class Scheduling Meeting during 4th block; Girls Varsity Basketball vs North Marion at State Quarterfinals 1 pm tip-off...let's go Trojans!!!


- Thursday> Girls Softball & Boys Baseball at Martinsburg HS.


- Friday> Senior Day 10-1 pm at stadium; Boys Varsity Baseball at Frankfort HS.


- Saturday> Boys & Girls Track at Spring Mills HS; Boys JV Baseball home vs Jefferson HS.


GET YOUR TICKETS!!!!

With a win tomorrow your Trojan Boys Basketball team would become the first boys’ team in school history to make the state tournament!

Mr. Alkire will be selling tickets for the boys' basketball Regional Championship game tomorrow @ home, April 27th @ 7pm.

He will have tickets available in the lunchroom during 4th lunch on (4/26 & 4/27). If you can’t get your ticket then, stop by his classroom 208 to get one. You will need to have that ticket to enter the game. Tickets are $5 ahead of time, or $8 at the door. Don’t take the risk of waiting though because it is guaranteed to be sold out before then.

BE SURE to get your ticket to help be a part of history. We need to you to show up and be LOUD! The theme is a “Green Out” so wear as much green as you can.

For any staff member who is interested in coming to the game, adult tickets are $8, be sure to seek out Mr. Alkire.

Thank you to all for your support. Let’s go Trojans!

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Counselor's Corner:

Free Online Sessions for Advanced Placement® (AP®) Students

The College Board will host free, livestreamed sessions April 19-29, 2021, to assist students as they prepare for AP® exams. The sessions are hosted by AP® teachers from across the country and will help students review materials for the 2021 AP® exams. All sessions will be recorded and available on YouTube and AP® Classroom. A schedule of the livestream sessions and a link to the YouTube channel can be accessed here: AP Daily: Live Review Sessions Schedule.

To view the update, click the link below:
http://hampshireco.schoology.com/school/2721615514/update/4907138495


***Attention Seniors***

The Pilgrims CCP Team Scholarship has changed their criteria to include any majors of study this year. If you are a Senior who is a child of a Pilgrims Employee or Grower, please see the attached Scholarship and your counselor immediately.



Microsoft Word DocumentPilgrim's CCP Team Scholarship Award Hampshire (1).docx15 KBVIEW



FIRST2 is ready to accept applications for the First2 STEM Scholarship!


See the attached flyer, which has the application link and the First2 website link listed at the bottom. The webpage has the most specific details regarding eligibility and requirements.




Attention Seniors



Forklift Operators Needed. Must be 18 years old. Contact: Lydia Scarborough, SHRM-SCP



Sr. Human Resources Representative if you are interested.




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***Wardensville Garden Market***

We’re looking for new members to join our team, starting immediately! Stop by on Tuesday, April 27th, or Saturday, May 1st from 10am-1pm to learn more. We have positions available at all levels (beginner to manager) in our farm, market, bakery, production kitchen, as well as our marketing, operations and youth advancement departments.



***Attention Seniors***

The John W. Brill Memorial Scholarship deadline has been extended. Please see the attached application. The Scholarship is for students who live in the Capon Bridge, Capon Springs, High View, Slanesville or Yellow Spring zip code.


To view the update, click the link below:
http://hampshireco.schoology.com/group/3205944296/update/4905128610


8th Grade Bump Up Day is May 21st

Parents if you have a student that is a current 8th grader at Capon Bridge Middle School or Romney Middle School please visit the Hampshire County Board of Education website and fill out the survey regarding Bump Up Day.

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Curbside Meals:

Curbside Pick Up or Delivery Of Meals-- May 7, 2021

Friday, May 7, 2021 students may pick up meals or have meals delivered. Curbside meals will be available from 10:00-12:00 at all schools. Meals will be delivered beginning at 9:30 am. Please register your child on the Hampshire County Board of Education website if you are interested in receiving meals.

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We are almost there,

Mr. Dufrene