Hemlock High School


Semester 1 Exams

Exams will be here before we know it. See below for the full schedule.

Tuesday, January 14th - 7th Hour Exam

Wednesday, January 15th - 1st Hour & 4th Hour Exams

Thursday, January 16th - 2nd & 5th Hour Exams

Friday, January 17th - 3rd & 6th Hour Exams

Students will be able to leave at 1:40pm on Wednesday, Thursday & Friday if they are being picked up or drive. If students need to ride the bus, they MUST stay in the student center. They can not leave the building and re-enter.

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HHS Student Council - Dress Sale

The Student Council is holding a Formal Dress Resale on Saturday, January 18th and Sunday, January 19th.
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Yearbook - Senior Siblings Pics

On January 22nd the yearbook staff will be taking Senior Sibling Photos. Seniors who have siblings in the high school should come to Student Services with their sibling during 4th or 6th hours to have their picture taken.

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HHS Drama Club Presents...

A Maple Grille Fundraiser:

When - Wednesday, January 29th

Time - 11am - 8pm

The Maple Grille is donating 30% of their proceeds to the HHS Drama Club for new microphones and audio needs. Silent auction items will be available for bid on the day of the fundraiser.

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Coming Home Week!

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Week Ahead

JANUARY 15th - Wednesday

- V Wrestling @ MLS w/ Millington - 5:30pm (Bus 4:30pm)

- Exams: 1st Hour & 4th Hour

JANUARY 16th - Thursday

- JV Boys BBall vs. Carrollton - 7:30pm

- JV Girls BBall vs. Carrollton - 6pm

- F Boys BBall vs. Carrollton - 4:30pm

- Exams: 2nd & 5th Hour

JANUARY 17th - Friday

- V Boys BBall @ Carrollton - 7:30pm (Bus 4:50pm)

- V Girls BBall @ Carrollton - 6pm (Bus 4:50pm)

- Exams: 3rd & 6th

JANUARY 18th - Saturday

- V Bowling @ Crooked Creek - 12pm

- V Wrestling @ Ithaca - 9am

- Sports Booster Trivia Night - 7pm

- Student Council Dress Sale

JANUARY 19th - Sunday

- Dress Sale

JANUARY 20th - Monday

- No School

- MLK Jr. Day

JANUARY 21st - Tuesday

- V Boys BBall vs. Ithaca - 7:30pm

- JV Boys BBall vs. Ithaca - 6pm

- F Boys BBall vs. Ithaca - 4:30pm

- V Girls BBall @ Ithaca - 7:30pm (Bus 4:50pm)

- JV Girls BBall @ Ithaca - 6pm (Bus 4:50pm)

JANUARY 22nd - Wednesday

- V Wrestling vs. Ithaca & Carrollton - 5:30pm

- Beacon Assembly 11am-3pm

Upcoming Events

JANUARY 27th - 31st

- Coming Home Week

FEBRUARY 5th - Wednesday

- NHS Induction Ceremony - 6pm

- Freshmen Orientation (Class of 2024) - 7:30pm

FEBRUARY 8th - Saturday

- Band Solo & Ensemble @ St. Johns

FEBRUARY 12th - Wednesday

- Count Day

- Wrestling Team District

FEBRUARY 14th - Friday

- Valentine's Day

FEBRUARY 15th - Saturday

- Wrestling Ind. District

FEBRUARY 17th - Monday

- No School

FEBRUARY 28th - Friday

- Bowling Regional

FEBRUARY 29th - Saturday

- Band Mattress Sale

Pep Club - 15th Annual Paw Ball

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Sinking Fund Info

The Hemlock Board of Education unanimously passed a resolution encouraging the community to become informed and vote yes for the sinking fund proposal on March 10th. The district has made progress over the last several years with fundraising efforts from parents, staff, and community members but foundations and grants will not pay for roofs. Recently, the district has seen the completion of the elementary playgrounds, lightning at the soccer complex, and is ready to break ground with the STEM Center due to fundraising efforts.

Superintendent Killingbeck said, “The school’s annual operating budget is 80+% personnel and when you add turning on the lights, heating the buildings, transportation, and teaching materials there simply is not the dollars to keep leaks away from students without asking the community for help.”

Our Board of Education, made up of community members themselves, understands the dynamics of our community and reduced the current proposal to 1 mill, (which is a 33% reduction from previous ballot initiatives).

If voters approve, the projected Board of Education plan is to utilize these dollars to address roofs, safety/security, instructional technology, and other needed repairs and updates. Although the ballot language includes the word “construct” the intent is to replace existing roofs, windows, and HVAC, which is beyond a simple repair.

The ballot proposal is important to the future of Hemlock Public School District and the community. The district is set to host a series of meetings to help inform voters.Some people, wonder what is a sinking fund? It sounds like a funny name for something that is used to help a school district maintain and enhance facilities and technology. Under Michigan law, a school may collect taxes for a "sinking fund" that can be used for repairs, renovations, and technology (as well as other construction).

How will this impact Hemlock Public School District? If approved, these funds will help the district maintain our facilities inside and out with things like:

  • Safety-addressing gaps in our security system, paving the service drive, and more.
  • Technology-addressing instructional tools that have reached their end of useful life.
  • Efficiency-replacing thing like the single pane windows from 1959 at the high school.
  • Maintenance-with items like - roofs, boilers, HVAC, equipment, etc.

Sinking funds are fairly common throughout the State of Michigan. Freeland, Swan Valley, Saginaw Township, Birch Run, Bridgeport, and Frankenmuth all have sinking funds.

Sports Results

1/7/20 - F Boys Basketball vs. Pewamo-Westphaila - L (28-62) Garrett Reimer had 9 points, Caiden Larkin and Aiden Phillips-Davis had 8 points.

1/9/20 - F Boys Basketball @ Nouvel - W (46-44) Luke Zastrow led the team with 14 points, Dax Burk had 11 points and Aiden Phillips-Davis had 7 points.

1/9/20 - JV Boys Basketball @ Nouvel - W (51-16) Great defensive effort by all players. Shane Renas led the way with 14 pts, Jacob Shelagowski had 11 pts, and Espin Miller and Bryce Murphy had 9 pts each.

1/9/20 - JV Girls Basketball @ Nouvel - L (13-62)

1/10/20 - V Girls Basketball vs. Nouvel - L (35-39) Sydney Peake had 15 pts., 10 rebounds; Regan Finkbeiner had 7 pts. and Chloe Watson had 7 pts.

1/10/20 - V Boys Basketball vs. Nouvel - W (58-35) Points - Jayden Evans - 18, Nolan Finkbeiner - 9, Brayden Green - 8, Brady Devereaux - 8; Rebounds - Brady Devereaux - 7, Jayden Evans - 6, Brayden Green and Mitch Hingston- 5; Assists - Jayden Evans - 3, Dylan LaGrow - 3; Steals - Jayden Evans - 3.

1/14/20 - V Boys Basketball @ Bullock Creek - W (58-43) Points - Jayden Evans - 25, Michael Zolinski - 18, Brayden Green - 6; Rebounds - Michael Zolinski - 10, Brayden Green - 8, Brady Devereaux - 7 and Max Dinninger and Jayden Evans- 5; Assists - Jayden Evans - 4, Dylan LaGrow - 4; Blocks - Brady Devereaux - 3.

1/14/20 - JV Boys Basketball @ Bullock Creek - W (53-34) Bryce Murphy had 14 pts, Jake Shelagowski had 13 pts, Shane Renas had 12 pts and Robert Knapik had 8 pts.

1/14/20 - F Boys Basketball @ Bullock Creek - L (45-65) Caiden Larkin had 16 points and Aiden Phillips-Davis had 11 points.

1/14/20 - JV Girls Basketball vs. Shepherd - L (18-37)

Save the Date!

Sports Boosters is holding it's Annual Trivia Night on Saturday, January 18th at 7pm. This is always a fun night! Bring a team full or sign-up and they will find you one. Call 989-529-9523 or email miarich44@gmail.com.

UPDATE: All the teams are full! There are still spots left to sponsor a table.

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NFHS Network