Mrs. Stout's Tennessee History classes wrapped up their unit on County & State Government this week with a visit from County Executive Wade Creswell and State Representative Monty Fritts. We also appreciated Rep. Fritts for staying after school to speak with the History Club. Our students learned a great deal from all the guest speakers and hopefully it has inspired them to take a more active role in our city, county, and state.
WEAR RED ON FRIDAY! Help promote American Heart Month throughout February and National Wear Red Day (February 3rd) to bring greater attention to heart disease as a leading cause of death for Americans.
Check out what Mrs. Stout's Tennessee History Classes have been doing! Students have been learning about Local Government. They did research on each city, but focused primarily on the City of Harriman and the different departments that make up our local government. Special guests dropped by to speak to classes about their departments. Chief Tapp, Captain Owenby, and Detective Turner visited from the Police Department, and Mr. Scott Mason also came and spoke about his role as the City Manager. Student's toured the Harriman Public Library, where Ms. Edwards explained how the library serves the community and the role of the Library Board, as well as educating us on the history of the library. Student's have also been encouraged to sit in on a City Council meeting - Lainey Skarsten and Trevor Nichols got to see government in action when they attended the Rockwood City Council Monday. Coming up... County & State Government.
SAVE THE DATE: Prom - March 25th Gates Hall - Harriman Municipal Building More information coming soon!!
Welcome back from break! We're looking forward to a GREAT 2nd Semester! Remember... if you have questions about your schedule you will need to complete the form that Mrs. Verner emailed to all students.
📣Attention Students… Teachers… and Staff! Monday, December 12th is UGLY CHRISTMAS SWEATER DAY!!🎄🎅🏻
TONIGHT’s GAME with Kingston has been CANCELED. Rescheduled for Jan. 16, 2023
Monday, November 21, Roane State Community College is hosting the Roane County Lighting of the Tree. This is a family friendly event that will have free hot chocolate, free games, crafts and sleigh rides. The Crave food truck will be on site with food to purchase.
RADA FUNDRAISER! Do your Christmas shopping & help our school at the same time! For the next month (until Dec. 16), purchase Rada Cutlery, Mixes, Gift Items and MORE! 40% of the profit will come back to help the Prom. Here is the link to take you to the online catalog https://radafundraising.com/?rfsn=6209802.75b683
We are aware of the spoiled applesauce container that was received from our distributor. The entire order of applesauce has been removed. We are in contact with the distributor who supplies HHS and we are working to ensure this never happens again! Mrs. Crabtree and her staff in the cafeteria work tirelessly to make sure our students have the very best! Thank you for your understanding concerning this matter.
Our FCCLA students attended the CTE Fall Leadership Conference in Knoxville. They learned about how to use their incredible leadership skills to bring great things to our club and our school.
Chemistry students created Hocus Pocus Potions; they grew a ghost, made some tie-dyed brains, observed bubbling cauldrons, used frankenworms, and studied witch blood.
ATTENTION staff and students
Yearbooks are on sale! They will be on sale at school through November 4. They are $70 or $77 with your name on it. The price WILL increase to $85 after Christmas. You do have the option of paying a $40 deposit now to reserve yours at the original price, if necessary. You can either take your money to Ms. Russell in the library or order one online at yearbookforever.com
Three of our FCCLA members went to Leadership Camp this weekend in Nashville. We had a BLAST learning about how to become better leaders in our school and community!
Our TAP students toured the UT Early Learning Center today. On the tour, they explored various early learning environments, played with materials, and learned about the various instructional practices implemented in the ELC.
November 2022 Lunch Menu can now be found in the "Documents" section of our website. https://5il.co/1jh96
Our HHS FCCLA club was awarded the Ultimate Leadership Fund grant for the 22-23 school year! Our chapter received $243 that we can use toward projects to support our students and build leadership skills this year. Way to go!
Check out Mrs. Stout's Tennessee History classes and their Famous Tennesseans research project. Students chose a person that was either "born & bred" here or has become an adopted son/daughter of our great state. On the Friday before Fall Break students participated in a scavenger hunt in order to interact with the wide variety of musicians, politicians, sports icons, and other legends that filled the hallway.
Welcoming Fall Break with our first celebration bash.