HS ENewsNotes

Friday, March 17th, 2023

Upcoming Dates

  • Now-Graduation Scholarship Applications are Available Online or in the Counseling Center

  • Mar 17th High School Musical Preview

  • Mar 28th Graduation Scholarship Application due 2pm to the Counseling Center

  • Mar. 22 Senior Citizens' Musical Matinee and Luncheon, Middle School Cafeteria & District Auditorium 1 pm

  • Mar 23rd-24th Guys and Dolls, District Auditorium, 7:30 pm

  • Mar 25th Guys and Dolls, District Auditorium, 2 pm & 7:30 pm


May & June

  • Saturday, May 27th Jr/Sr Prom @ La Luna
  • Friday, June 9th Senior Walk Through
  • Monday, June 12th Seniors Seabreeze Trip
  • Friday, June 23rd Rehearsal for Graduation time TBD
  • Sunday, June 25th Graduation, 2:30 @ RIT

District Code of Conduct

The annual review of the District Code of Conduct will begin next month. Parent input is a critical component of the process. We are looking for 1 or 2 high school parent representatives to join the committee. The committee will make recommendations to the Board of Education on how the Code of Conduct can be improved. If you are interested or would like more information about the process, please contact Kim Muth or Jackie Davern at the high school.

Vacation Care

Vacation Care registration for April Break is now open. Please add this to your daily and weekly announcements. Registration closes on March 27.

Link to register may be found here: https://www.familyid.com/hfl-community-programs/cougar-vacation-care-april-3-6-2023


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High School Drama Club presents, Guys and Dolls! Showtimes are March 23rd & 24th at 7:30 p.m. and March 25th at 2 p.m. & 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $10 for students and $12 for adults. Order at seatyourself.biz/hflcsd or email the box office at hflboxoffice@gmail.com
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Food Delivery to the High School

We have become increasingly aware that our students are purchasing food via grubhub or other food delivery services and having it delivered to the High School. While we discourage the use of food delivery services during school hours, we would like to clarify the policies and procedures that must be adhered to in order to ensure student safety:

  1. All food deliveries MUST be sent to the main office. Under NO circumstances should any student or adult open an exterior door during the school day to allow entry to the building or for food delivery. All students and visitors must enter through the main office between the hours of 7:30am-2pm.
  2. Students must pick up their orders from the main office vestibule. There will be no one monitoring deliveries and we will not follow up on "missing" orders.
  3. Students must follow individual teacher policies regarding eating in the classroom.
  4. Students are not permitted to leave class to pick up orders. Food should only be picked up during break, passing time, or lunch.
  5. Students picking up deliveries must arrive to class on time, there will be no excuse for tardiness.

Please feel free to contact the main office with any questions or concerns.


Want a fun and rewarding job for the summer? Summer Rec is hiring Junior Counselors. For more information regarding the responsibilities and credentials stop by the Community Programs Office or go to the HFL Community Website. Applications to apply are available online through the link below.



It is inevitable that students will be late, need to leave early or be absent from time to time.

In the event you need to contact the school for attendance, please email highschoolattendance@hflcsd.org or call (585) 624-7088.

When leaving a message, please include the students name and reason for the attendance request; i.e. doctor /dentist appointment, college visit, slept late, etc. and who is contacting the school.

We want to make sure we accurately enter attendance for each student.

Ready to use Paper's powerful tutoring support?

With Paper, students get access to free, unlimited and 24/7 academic support. Linked here is our parent landing page for more details. Linked here is our social media guide.

The Honeoye Falls-Lima Central School District is happy to continue its partnership with Paper, a digital tutoring service. This service is available to all HF-L students in grades 4-12 and will provide free, unlimited access to virtual tutoring sessions. These sessions are 1:1 and are available 24 hours a day. Students can access this using their ClassLink portal.

Using Paper, students get homework help, writing feedback, and study support on demand. Teachers gain insights into learning gaps. Administrators have visibility into where support is needed.


Voice Notes—a new accessibility-minded offering from Paper—is now available for all Paper users!

How does it work?

Voice Notes allows both students and tutors alike to record and send audio messages during Live Help sessions.

Sending a Voice Note in a Live Help session is simple for students: Learners simply select the microphone icon in the chat bar to send a verbal question or response. Before sending the message, they can listen back to their note at a playback speed of their choice. Voice Notes messages sent to them from tutors can also be played back, and students can see a transcription of tutors’ messages.

Which students benefit from this feature?

Paper’s Voice Notes feature will be particularly helpful for students who are actively improving their reading and writing. However, these kinds of learners can benefit as well:

  • English-language learners or those who struggle with writing might find it easier to chat with a tutor via Voice Notes.
  • Students who prefer to use iPads or their mobile devices to learn—or only have these tools available outside of school—can opt to send Voice Notes rather than typing out longer questions.
  • Voice Notes are helpful for students who prefer “talking it out,” or articulating their thoughts verbally.