Huron City School District News Article



1.  Congrats to the girls track team   Scoring for the Tigers in a meet against Edison and St Marys on Tuesday:

4x800 relay Huron team of Cassie Currence, Jenna Burrier, Sarah Neibler and Lisa Geis - 2nd place
1600 Grace Moser 2nd place, Sarah Neibler 3rd place

400 Jenna Burrier 2nd place , Virginia Spitzley 3rd place

800 m  Casssie Currence 1st place,  Katey Franks 4th place

200m - Hunter Garbe 2nd place

3200m - Grace Moser 1st place, Sarah Blevins 2nd place, Taylor Gies 4th place

4x400 relay Huron team of Jenna Burrier, Makenzie Bott, Hunter Garbe and Cassie Currence - 2nd place

Long jump - Jordan Prosser 2nd place

Pole Vault - 1st place Macie Majoy, 3rd place Virginia Spitzlely

Discus Kayla Black 3rd place

Shot Put Kaylia Black 1st place, Emily Litz 4th place

High Jump Cassie Currence 3rd place

2.  The Student Council is holding a contest in which students can submit drawn designs to be considered for the High School Snapchat geofilter.  Please submit designs with your name on them to the office.  Student Council will pick three designs and the student body will vote on them.  Designs will be accepted from Tuesday, April 12th, through next Monday, April 18th.  If you have any questions, you can ask Ronnie Eytchison or Stephen Demos.  More information is in the office.

3.  Any students interested in a Summer Youth Employment Program, or year-round On-the-Job Training programs coordinated through EHOVE Career Center can stop into the Guidance office for more information.

4.   Beginning Thursday this year's End of Course Exams will take place at HHS.  Students are allowed to use head phones if they choose on sections of the test.  We will have some head phones available like we did last year but if you think you will want to use headphones we strongly encourage you to bring your own from home.  Ear buds will work as well.
This week's Testing will include :  English 9 / English 10 on both Thursday and Friday.

5.  Attention all Juniors:  If you are interested in pursing higher education after high school and are interested in the Navy, stop into the Guidance Office to get the contact information about the NROTC Scholarship application process. 

6.  Attention all students: EHOVE Summer School applications are now available in the Guidance Office. Applications are available until classes are full or until June 10th. Please stop in if you are interested!

7.  Teen Library Council members must stop by the Huron Public Library by April 15 to pick up a permission slip for the after-hours event on Friday, April 29, if you plan to attend.

Teens interested in learning meditation are invited to a free "Introduction to Meditation" class on tonight at 6:30pm at the Huron Public Library.  This will be led by Brian Henderson of Open Way Yoga Studio.  Registration is required.

8.  If you are a student under the age of 18 and are planning on securing a summer job, you will need a work permit.  These are located outside the high school office.  There's a portion to be filled out by your parent, the employer and on the back is where you need a physician's signature stating you are able to perform the job.  The physician's signature is needed only if you DO NOT have a valid physical on file in the high school office already.  Once the form is completed, please drop that off to the high school office.  Usually the work permit (which you will need to sign) will be ready for you that afternoon or the following day.  Please plan accordingly.  Stop in with any questions.

9.  Lunch today is a meatball sub or a toasted pizza sub.

Boys Tennis vs Oak Harbor 4:00pm @ Fabens
Varsity Baseball & Softball vs Oak Harbor @ Woodlands 4:45pm
JV Baseball @ Oak Harbor 4:45pm

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