Looking Forward 4/20/20
Monday, April 20th is an A day.
Congratulations to Emily Schoener for winning the Award of Merit for photography in the High School level at the PTSA Reflections State competition!
HCS SENIOR VIRTUAL SPIRIT WEEK
- April 20 Motivation Monday - share a photo of a Senior who inspires you and share why
- April 21 Team Tuesday – Post a Senior involved in their favorite team or activity at school
- April 22 Wisdom Wednesday – Offer Seniors some words of wisdom for the next chapter of their lives
- April 23 Throwback Thursday – Post a picture of a Senior as a youngster
- April 24 Fun Friday – share a picture of a Senior doing something they enjoy outside of school
Huntsville City Schools is very pleased to share information regarding the Summer Reading Program, a district-wide effort to encourage reading for enjoyment. Reading during the summer months is an important opportunity for students to stay engaged and to develop a life-long commitment to reading and learning.
The Summer Reading program information is attached for your immediate reference. Additionally, the information will be posted on the HCS webpage for students and parents and can be found by following these directions:
- Hover over “Academics” tab
- Go to “Curriculum” section.
- Click “Summer Reading 2020 for Grades 6-12” link
If you received a call from the nurse about an expired blue card, please do not rush out to the doctor and try to update it at this time. You can wait until things improve to do so. If you have any questions or would like to know what shot your child is needing, please email one of the nurses (Lauren or Nichole)and we can let you know. Thank you.
HUDSONALPHA GENE CHAT
Celebrate DNA Day with HudsonAlpha and participate in GeneChat, our annual social media blitz, April 24, 2020, 9 am to 2 pm CDT. DNA Day commemorates the completion of the Human Genome Project in April 2003 and the discovery of the DNA double helix in 1953. Students can begin submitting questions Monday, April 13 to the HudsonAlpha GeneChat Flipgrid page. DNA experts will answer your questions beginning at 9 am on April 24. We even developed a GeneChat Scavenger Hunt for students to dig through the resources highlighted on our grid topics to find the answers!
Ms. Hendon has put together an online resource list for students, parents, and teachers to use during this time. Visit the Library pgae to find her newest updates!
All teachers will have office hours from 9:00 a.m. until noon each school day. This means they will be accessible by email or through Canvas during this time. Please do not hesitate to reach out to teachers if you have questions. Teachers may set up online discussions to assist multiple students at one time.
LAPTOP AND MATERIAL RETURN
At this time, schools are not allowed to collect materials including laptops and textbooks from students. As soon as the Stay at Home order is relaxed, we will notify you of how items can be returned to the school. Thank you for your patience.
MAIN OFFICE HOURS
We are required to limit the number of people in each school building at this time. Email is the best way to reach all of us. We will do our best to address all your questions and concerns in a timely manner while keeping the health and well-being of our employees in mind.