HCHS Week at a Glance

Provided by the Youth Services Center

Senior Parent and Student Night!

This is just a reminder that we would like to personally invite you and your senior to a special information session on Wednesday, September 13th from 5:30-7:00 for our Senior Parent and Student information night. Topics to be discussed that evening will include prom, graduation, caps and gowns, FAFSA (Student loans), C2C, KEES money, scholarships, college enrollment, senior expectations, and many more items of great interest to you and your senior as they approach one of the most important days of their lives. Please join us on Wednesday, September 13th from 5:30-7:00 in the HCHS café for a very informative evening just for you. Parents Click here for Paperwork.

This week at HCHS!

September 12, 2017

Boys Golf Away

Cross Country Home

Boys Soccer JV/V Home 5:30 PM

Volleyball F/JV/V Home 5:30 PM


September 13, 2017

Golf Home

Senior Parent and Student Meeting 5:30 PM–7:00 PM


September 14, 2017

College Fair 9:00 AM–11:00 AM

Boys Golf Home

Cross Country Away

Girls Soccer JV/V Home 5:30 PM

Volleyball F/JV/V Home 5:30 PM

Boys Soccer JV/V Away 5:45 PM

Freshman Football Away 6:00 PM


September 15, 2017

Senior Yearbook Form Due

Varsity Football Home 7:00 PM


September 16, 2017

Boys Golf Away

Boys Soccer Varsity Home

Cross Country Away

Girls Golf Away

Volleyball F/JV Away

Volleyball V Away

Girls Soccer V Away 11:00 AM

Girls Soccer V Away 5:00 PM

Next Week at HCHS!

September 18, 2017

Girls Soccer JV/V Home 5:30 PM

Henderson County Board of Education Regular Board Meeting 6:00 PM

JV Football Away 6:00 PM


September 19, 2017

Jrs. Cambridge Testing

Youth Service Center Advisory Council 10:00 am

Cross Country Home

Girls Golf Home

Boys Soccer JV/V Home 5:45 PM


September 20, 2017

High Attendance Day

Freshman Cambridge Testing

Girls Golf Home


September 21, 2017

Sophomore Cambridge Testing

HCHS SBDM Meeting 5:00 pm

Boys Golf Away

Girls Soccer JV/V Home 5:30 PM

Boys Soccer JV/V Away 5:45 PM

Freshman Football Away 6:00 PM


September 22, 2017

Pep Rally

Progress Reports Go Home

Volleyball Varsity Tournament Away

Homecoming Varsity Football Home 7:00 PM

Bonfire After the Game!


September 23, 2017

Cross Country Away

Volleyball Varsity Tournament Away

Boys Soccer JV/V Away 10:30 AM

Announcements

Senior Parent Night is Wednesday September 13th 5:30-7.


September 14th is the College Fair in the main gym 9a-11a schedule as follows:

9:00 -9:30- Blue Unit

9:35-10:05- Green Unit

10:10-11:00 Red Unit and any Co-op students who missed earlier sessions.


Dear Senior Family Members:

The yearbook staff invites you to dedicate space in the ad section for a senior ad. The staff will design and publish an ad for your senior, incorporating your message and photo (if included). TO PURCHASE AN AD: Send this completed form and a check or money order to: HCHS Yearbook Staff 2424 Zion Road Henderson, KY 42420 Click here for the form.


Senior pictures for the 2018 Countiana yearbook senior sections were taken by Inter-State Studios in order to ensure digital image requirements for publication. If you missed the picture day, the retake date is 9/26. If you do not have a pictures made, a picture from a previous year will be used in the senior section of the yearbook. The year book portrait is provided at no cost; you may purchase additional photos through Inter-State Studios or go to the photographer of your choice for pictures for personal or senior ad use.


AP Recognition Night:

Henderson County High School will host AP Recognition Night at the home football game against Caldwell County on Friday, September 15. HCHS will recognize students who made one or more qualifying scores (3, 4, or 5) on a 2017 AP exam. Participating students should meet inside the fence near the north end-zone by 6:30 p.m. The recognition will take place before the start of the game.


Advanced Tickets are on sale for the Henderson County Colonels Football Game this Friday vs. Caldwell County. Tickets are $ 3.00 and can be purchased at the HCHS Bookstore until Friday, 9/15/17, at 1:00pm. All tickets are $ 5.00 at the gate. Come out and support the Football Colonels.


Congratulations to Max Hargis, the first winner of the Colonel Crazy of the Week contest! Hargis has won reserved parking this week. Any student with a current parking pass can enter by attending any Colonel home athletic event. Pick up an entry form at the bookstore and turn it in at the gate when you enter the game.


Little Colonel Dance Camp September 14th & 16th 5:30 - 7:00. Click here for a Flyer


Don't miss out! Little Colonel Cheerleading Camp is this weekend 9/16/17! Click here for Flyer!



HOMECOMING is next week - Nominations are open - all staffulty are asked to use the link on the Living Calendar to nominate a male and female for Homecoming court. Nominations close Wednesday, we vote for Court on Thursday during PLT.


Go to the @HCHSColonels Twitter poll each day this week to vote for your choice for homecoming spirit week themes. Yesterday’s winner for next Monday: Moana. Get your Hawaiian gear ready!


HOSA will be hosting the fall blood drive on Thursday, September 28th in the Auxiliary Gym from 8:30am-1:30pm. Donors must be at least 16 yr old and have a picture ID that includes a birthday. If you are interested, pick up a permission slip from any Health Science Teacher. Please return signed forms to Mrs. Bailey in T217 or Sha’Nya Fleming.


ACT Prep Class Saturday October 21st. registration online http://ws.kctcs.edu/henderson/ or call 270/831-9658. The cost is $40.00


Before and After School Tutoring started Monday in the Media Center. Morning tutoring begins at 7 AM Monday - Friday and Afternoon tutoring is from 3:30 - 4:30 Monday - Thursday. See Mr. Clouse or Mr. Williams if you have questions.


Students, please visit your unit desk or the bookstore to drop some change into the donation jars, created by JROTC, in conjunction with Col. Corner Bank, to support schools suffering from the flood in Houston Texas. Checks can be made out to Col. Corner Bank with the memo “Harvey Relief”. Also, teachers, please encourage your students to donate during PLT. This is a huge opportunity for our school to make a difference.


Alive at 25 - Empower your teen with confidence to handle the open road and return home safe! Tragically, the number one killer of teens is motor vehicle crashes. That is why the Kentucky State Police (KSP), Toyota and the National Safety Council (KSC) are joining forces with the high schools and local businesses across Kentucky to ensure that novice drivers survive their most dangerous driving years. Alive at 25 is a 4½-hour driver's awareness course designed by the National Safety Council for young drivers ages 16-24, which includes:

Defensive driving classroom curriculum
Gain awareness and develop strategies to keep safe on the road.

Decision-making and responsibility-taking

Learn through interactive media, workbook exercises, role-playing, and class discussions.

Henderson County High School will offer Alive at 25 on September 20, 2017 from 3:30 pm – 7:45 pm. Instructor will be Sgt. Jonathon N. Whittaker Unit #216. If you have any questions, you can contact Shawna Evans in the YSC shawna.evans@henderson.kyschools.us

Enroll at https://aliveat25.us/ky/course-info?course_id=10140


For more Information visit – https://aliveat25.us/content/view/17/21/

Clubs and Organization Meetings & Announcements

If you are interested in being on the HCHS swim team there is a Parent Informational Meeting 9/19/17 TUES. @ 6:00 in the cafeteria


Students Tuesday 9/12/17 there will be a meeting for all that are interested in being a part of the Bass Fishing Team in the auditorium at 6:00pm you must have a completed physical to be on the team.


KYA meeting every Tues. in G103


The Spanish Club will meet this Thursday morning at 7:30 in Red 204.

Pay Attention to Your Child's Attendance

Did you know?

• Students should miss no more than 9 days of school each year to stay engaged, successful and on track to graduation.

• Absences can be a sign that a student is losing interest in school, struggling with school work, dealing with a bully or facing some other potentially serious difficulty.

• By 6th grade, absenteeism is one of three signs that a student may drop out of high school.

• By 9th grade, regular and high attendance is a better predictor of graduation rates than 8th grade test scores.

• Missing 10 percent, or about 18 days, of the school year can drastically affect a student’s academic success.

• Students can be chronically absent even if they only miss a day or two every few weeks.

• Attendance is an important life skill that will help your child graduate from college and keep a job.


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