Monday

                                        HERITAGE HILLS HIGH SCHOOL DAILY BULLETIN

 

10/15/18        Sloppy Beefy Scoops, Chicken Patty Sandwich or Sloppy Joe Sandwich, Garden Salad, Curly fries, Green Beans, Orange Wedges                             Salad Bar –Nachos & Cheese, Fruit



 

This week, Patriot Voice will be celebrating Red Ribbon week!  Life is your journey: Travel Drug Free is this year’s theme! We hope you will join in the fun and celebrate the importance of being drug free by dressing up!!! You will receive a daily reward from our "Drug Free" prize patrol if you participate. Monday is Hawaiian day!!!   

 

Monday

Hawaiian Day

 

Tuesday

Time Traveler: 50,60,70,80,90

 

Wednesday

Western Day

 

Thursday

Oh the Places You’ll Go:  Favorite College/Future Career 

Friday

Safari: Welcome to the “Drug Free” Patriot Jungle

 

 

Juniors and Seniors who intend to serve as P.E.P. Mentors but who did NOT attend last Friday's meeting, email or see Mrs. Wilmes asap.

 

Youth grades K-12 are invited to join the long tradition of Spencer County 4-H.  They offer over 100 activities throughout the year. Enrollment applications can be found in the Spencer County-Purdue Extension Office by calling 812-362-8066 or register online at in.4honline.com.   For more information contact Jennifer Mayo at 812-362-8066 or allebn393@purdue.edu.

 

Heritage Hills will host a financial aid meeting on Thursday, November 8 at 6:30 p.m. in the auditorium.  Seniors and parents will learn the process for completing the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) and for securing loans.  It is recommended that ALL students who hope to attend college file the FAFSA, regardless of family income, since some scholarships require its completion. Families can begin filing as of October 1, based on 2017 income. This meeting it to provide information and support to parents.  To submit the FAFSA, go online to www.fafsa.gov and select the 2019-2020 FAFSA. Ask a counselor for more information.

 


Attention Sophomores: Consider attending the Hugh O’Brien Youth Leadership program! HOBY ambassadors have strong leadership potential. The program is for students who have strong skills in communication, critical/creative thinking, decision-making, courage to speak out, and participation in community service.  It is a prestigious program that involves tenth graders across the country. It can be an amazing educational and personal experience. HOBY will be held next summer in Indianapolis. It is a 3 day experience and the dates will be set officially in November, but it will be early June 2019. The $225 fee is generally paid by a local organization, so this opportunity can be free. Find out more by visiting www.hoby.org. You may ask more about the program from our upperclassmen who have attended HOBY: Luke Peters and Daley Atchison. See Mrs. Tempel soon if you want to be inquire about this opportunity. Mrs. Tempel is gathering a list of interested students during the month of October and will get with them about next steps to try and go to the program.   

 

 

FUN VOLUNTEERING OPPORTUNITY!!

 

WHO: Friends of Lincoln is in need of volunteers

WHAT: Fall Frolic pumpkin painting, crafts, games, hayrides 

WHERE: Lincoln Campground at Shelter House- having fun!!

WHEN: Saturday October 20

TIME:  Noon- 3 PM

FOOD:  Popcorn, cookies, snacks & drinks available to purchase

 

 

Attention all HHDM members, if interested in a LEADERSHIP position within the organization, please apply on Classroom.  Questions? See Mrs. McCutchan

 

ECA 10-16-18

 

Patriot VOICE, Natural Helpers and Peers Educating Peers will meet in Auditorium with Staffeld/guest speaker

 

Book Club-  Compton

 

Chess Club-  Ayer

 

RPS Club-  Rm 211

 

BPA-  Rm 126

 

FFA - white gym

 

Student Council -   Holiday Ball and basketball homecoming- Mauck

 

Renaissance-   Fortune

 

Pep Club - Top of Red Gym

 

FCA-  Patriot Hall

 

 

 

 

Guidance

 

Attention students and staff!  Follow the HH Guidance department on twitter  @hh_guidance  for college and career information.  

College visits to HHHS:  

Juniors and Seniors: Come to the Guidance Office to sign up to attend 

(all meetings will be held in the Periodical Room by the Library)

 

Marian University will be coming on October 18 during 6th period

Hanover College will be coming on October 24 during 4th period

 

 

 

 

Job Opportunities

 

Check the window in guidance to see what jobs are still available. 

 

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