The HHES DI Team is off to Kansas City, the location of the Global Finals this year. The team is excited and eager to participate in this event. This event is huge - some numbers are 17,000 attendees, 15+ countries, 8000 students! The team wants to give a big shout out of THANKS to all those who made this trip possible through participation in fundraising activities and donations.
Click the link below to view the Global Finals Website:
Click the link below to see a few photos from the sendoff:
The National Honor Society high school students came down in April to the HHES Readiness Class to interview the students and wrote/illustrated a book about them.
They came back with the finished product to share with the children. The students LOVED it!
Check out some photos of the students by clicking the link below!
Thanks to all the volunteers from the Spring session. We were able to offer quite a few classes for the students. We accommodated almost 140 students who had a great time. The classes included cooking, painting, basketball, arts and crafts, making a book, STEM/Science, campfire songs, Ukulele, photography, snowshoeing/hiking and of course, LEGOS. Again, thanks to all the volunteers; this program wouldn't happen without you!
Click the link for pictures from Spring HEEP
The HHES DI Team will be going to the Global Finals being held this year in Kansas City. Congratulations! The team is furiously fundraising to cover the costs for the trip. Please consider donating to the team.
The mosaic panels created by the HHES students under direction of Lizz Van Saun, the Artist in Residence, were unveiled on Thursday, March 21st. The panels in the entryway of HHES depict the school mascot, the Husky, and the panels on the interior wall across from the library, depict the Monadnock Mountain scene. These panels are spectacular! If you come by the school, please take a look. Thanks to all the volunteers who came in to help with this project and thanks to Mrs. Van Saun as well.
Congratulations to the two HHES DI teams! They are both going to the State Competition on Saturday, March 30th. Good Luck!