News & Current Events 11/07/2018
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Quiz Bowl/SciOly Family Feud
Due to low registration, we are having to postpone the Family Feud fundraising event for this Friday. We are hoping to try again next semester. Thank you to those who registered for supporting the HSE Quiz Bowl and Science Olympiad teams.
Ms. Van Horn, Mrs. Farrar, Mrs. Coto, and Mrs. Yucel
This is a reminder that classes begin at 7:50 am and students should be in the building by 7:45 am. It's very important that students are on time to school. This enables the student to adjust and gain their composure for the day of learning ahead.
Excessive tardies may result in the school filing a case with Child Protective Services as per our Student Handbook page 11."
Cheer Candy Sales
Bring Your Money!
Candy will range from 25 cents to 2 dollars!
*All proceeds go to helping offset your HSE cheerleaders competition fees.
HSE International Festival
It's time again for our International Festival(I-Fest) and Silent Auction.
Saturday, December 1st, 2018
11am - 2pm
Ifest Pre-Order specials will be going on from October 24th – November 14th. During this time it’s 12 tickets for $10 and “ALL YOU CAN PLAY” wristbands are only $15.
Vendor opportunities now available at I-Fest!
Want to share your business with HSE and the community? Consider setting up a vendor table at I-Fest.
Only one vendor from each company allowed on first come basis. See attached form for more information.
Attention: No food can be sold! (please use booth sign up form to share your country's food)
Click on the flyer below to learn how!
HSE-Houston Meal Policy
School Meal PolicyEach student has a meal account onto which a parent/guardian may deposit money. The student may purchase breakfast/lunch meals or milk from this account. Money may be deposited in the account by online payments, or check.
In the event the account balance reaches $o, the student will be allowed to charge up to the negative balance limit established by the district, which is $10. Once the debt balance limit is reached, the student will not be allowed to purchase any meals until the account balance reflects a positive number.
Students who accumulate a negative balance and later submit an application and are approved for free meals begin receiving a reimbursable (free) meal immediately. However, the household is still responsible for the past due balance.