The Trojan Daily

Friday, May 13, 2022

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Track & Field Signing Day

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Caleb White Signs with Tuskegee University

Caleb White has signed his Letter of Intent and will be a member of Tuskegee University's Track & Field program. Congratulations, Caleb!

David Wright Signs with LeMoyne-Owen College

David Wright has signed his Letter of Intent and will be a member of LeMoyne-Owen College's Track & Field program. Congratulations, David!

Logan Gordon Signs with UAH

Logan Gordon has signed his Letter of Intent and will be a member of UAH's Track & Field program. Congratulations, Logan!

Football Signing

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Anthony Harbin Signs with Delta State

Anthony Harbin has signed his Letter of Intent and will be a member of Delta State's football team. Congratulations, Anthony!
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Congratulations to our baseball team for making it to the Final Four! Our team will play Hartselle High School this Friday, May 13th at 4:30 and 7:00 p.m. at Sparkman Park in Hartselle in the State Semifinals. Go Trojans!!!

Students who would like to go and support the team will be released after 3rd block on Friday, May 13th with a parent note and paid GoFan ticket. Parent notes must be turned in to the Attendance Office as you exit the building on Friday, May 13th. Student's first and last name must be printed on the ticket.

The Go Fan link is below.

Hartselle Tigers vs Hazel Green Trojans | Baseball Tickets | GoFan


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Relay for Life Hosted at HGHS Tomorrow

HGHS is honored to host the North Madison Relay for Life cancer fundraiser on Saturday, May 14th. We would like to invite our Hazel Green families to participate in this event.

Parent Survey for HGHS Parents

In an effort to improve system practices, the Madison County Board of Education is conducting our annual Parent Survey. We value your opinion and ask that you take the time to complete this survey. In order to complete the survey, please click HERE.

Please be assured that your responses to this survey will be anonymous. Your honest opinion is appreciated.

Thank you for your time and attention to this matter.


Important Dates for Seniors:

May 16, 2022

Senior Awards Day 10:00AM in main gym
Seniors need to arrive no later than 9:30AM.

May 17 - May 20, 2022

Senior Exams
May 17 (FULL DAY)--Final Exams for 1A & 2A
May 18 (FULL DAY)--Final Exams for 3B & 4B
May 19 (FULL DAY)--Final Exams for 3A, 4A, 3rd Bock, & 4th Block
May 20 (HALF DAY FOR SENIORS)--Final Exams for 1B, 2B, 1st Block, & 2nd Block
Friday, May 20--Seniors dismiss after 2nd Block. Buses will run as normal.

May 24, 2022

8:45AM--Mandatory Graduation Rehearsal at Von Braun Center
3:00PM--Graduation at Von Braun Center

Graduation Rehearsal at VBC: Senior Graduation Practice/Rehearsal is at the VBC on May 24, 2022. We need all graduates lined up in the East Hall by 8:30 a.m. so we can begin practice at 8:45 a.m. Please arrive early and go to the East Hall--not the Arena.

No Graduation Videos Available: The HGHS Graduation ceremony will be live-streamed via YouTube, but there will be no videos available for purchase. We are sorry for the confusion. This information has been updated in the document attached above (Graduation Notes for Seniors 2022).

Photos Needed: HGTV is trying to put together a collage of photos to honor our seniors. All photos should be sent to by Friday, May 13th. We want to see our seniors in action (i.e. games, pep rallies, prom, senior picnic, work, college tours, sporting competitions, field trips, etc)!

Name Pronunciation for Graduation: Make sure your name is said CORRECTLY at graduation. Mrs. Brady has index cards outside her room (N120) or you can email her at to help her say your name correctly. Please provide a breakdown of how your LEGAL NAME is pronounced. Your whole name will be announced and printed for graduation. For example, LeAnna--is it Lee-an-uh or Lay-ahh-nuh; Jesus--is it Hay-suess or Geez-us. You can also just stop by her room!

Seniors--College & Career Information:

  • Scholarship List from Mrs. Owsley, Senior Counselor: Click HERE for a list of scholarship opportunities.
  • Senior Newsletter from Mrs. Owsley, Senior Counselor: Click HERE to read the senior newsletter.

Seniors: Please read the attachments below.

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HOSA's Hygiene Drive: HOSA is doing a hygiene drive and would like to collect enough supplies to make 25 bags. Examples of items needed are sunscreen, bug spray, vaseline, mouthwash, bandaids, baby wipes, toilet paper, deodorant, and feminine products. HOSA will be taking donations until May 14th.

NJROTC Weekly: Click HERE to read the latest issue of the NJROTC Weekly.

Check out what NJROTC has to offer students at HGHS! Click HERE to learn more about NJROTC.

Summer School: If you need to take credit recovery classes in summer school, please read the attached information. Students must register for summer school by June 1, 2022. There is no fee to attend summer school. Click HERE for more information about summer school.

Yearbooks: Yearbooks are currently on sale for $65 at, while supplies last.

Trojanettes/Dance Team Tryouts: If you missed the first round of dance team tryouts, don’t worry! There will be a second tryout held on Tuesday, May 31, and Thursday, June 2, 2022, from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. both days in the Woolley Gym. Please see Ms. Kuykendall or Mrs. Frasier with any questions.

Summer Athletic Camps: Are you making summer plans? HGHS coaches and players are hosting seven different athletic camps this summer! Click on the link below for a full list of camps and the information you will need to sign up.

Special Programs & Opportunities for Students


Dates to Remember - Spring Semester

May 23-24 - Half Days for Students

May 24 - Last Student Day of School Year

May 24 - HGHS Graduation 3:00PM @ VBC

Permanent Announcements

View Grades Online: Students are now able to log into PowerSchool and see their grades. Students should go to and select "Student Sign In" and then select their Google Account on the next screen.

You can pay class fees and other school fees online by following these instructions for MySchoolFees.

Online Application for Free/Reduced Meals: Online free and reduced meal applications are available at the link below for a faster, more confidential way to apply. A new application must be completed each school year to qualify for free or reduced meals. Your child's eligibility status carries over to the new school year for the first 30 school days, allowing parents time to re-apply. Only one application per household should be submitted, and everyone living in the house must be included on the application.

Online Application--Free/Reduced Meals

HGHS Athletics Online: Subscribe to watch Hazel Green High School athletics at

Search for Hazel Green High School to subscribe.

Subscriptions are $9.99 a month (can be renewed monthly) or $69.99 a year (renewed annually).

Great for family or friends who cannot attend events or those who live a distance away.

Check-Out Procedures:

*Please go to door #44 at the back of the school (near the Trojan statue and courtyard) for all check outs. No check outs are done through the front office. Remembering this will save you some time when you arrive to check out your student.

  • Students drop check-out notes in the basket on the attendance clerk’s desk before 8:30 in the morning.
  • Notes will be verified by the attendance clerk prior to the time of check-out.
  • Check-out notes need the following information:
    • Student’s first and last name (printed)
    • Time of check-out
    • Reason for check-out
    • Parent’s signature
    • Parent’s contact information

Without a parent note, no student will be allowed to check out unless a parent/guardian comes to the Attendance Office to check out the student. Parent notes must be turned in to the Attendance Office before 8:30 a.m. No phone or email checkouts will be allowed. The only exception will be if the school nurse determines that a student is sick and needs to go home. The school nurse will then contact the parent/guardian and the Attendance Office.

*Please remember that we do not allow walk-in check outs after 3:00 p.m.