To all my Debate and Forensics peeps– If you plan to compete in the October 5-6 competition at BHS, you need to bring your entry fee to Ms. Eaton (for Debate) or Dr. Walker (for Forensics) by Thursday afternoon at 3:30. Remember, if you do not pay the entry fee, then you will not be able to participate in the
Sophomores and Juniors! You now must sign up for college visits via Google Forms using the following link: bit.ly/HHARCollegeVisits. This week we have a college visit from the University of the Ozarks located in Clarksville, AR on Thursday, September 27th at 1:30 p.m. The University of the Ozarks is a private four-year university and traces its roots back to 1834,
On Monday, October 1, Haas Hall Fayetteville will be having its first blood drive of the academic year. The Community Blood Center of the Ozarks is the main blood supplier for all of our region’s hospitals, so they need lots of blood, and one donation could save up to three lives. If that hasn’t persuaded you enough, all donors get
Brrr…it’s time for long sleeves! Visit our online store for the newest Tradition long sleeve navy T-shirt. Available in Xsmall thru Xlarge $25, XXlarge $28. Limited quantities. Buy today, pick up at school tomorrow. https://squareup.com/store/HHAPFC
Husky robotics club will meet from 2:35 to 3:30 in room 123 on Wednesday’s unless otherwise notified. We are building clawbots in order to master building and programming the simplest version. After mastering the clawbots, we will work on building and programming competition bots later in the year.
If you’re a 9th-12th grade scholar and are interested in joining the swim team this year, please make sure to attend the informational meeting on Thursday, Sept 27th at 3pm. This meeting will be held on campus and will cover participation eligibility, costs, tryout info, and this year’s competition schedule. You can also email Coach Kim Pike at email@example.com with
Join the Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) Scholars this Wednesday, September 26, for Donut Day!! HOSA Scholars will be selling donuts for $1 as a fundraiser for leadership training seminars and upcoming competitions. Support your Fayetteville chapter by brining a dollar and an appetite!
There will not be a Mu Alpha Theta meeting at lunch on Wednesday, September 26. We will not be having a meeting because of scheduling conflicts with the practice PSAT. However, we will be having a meeting at lunch next Wednesday, October 3 for any interested new members and returning members.
We had a wonderful turn out at our Basketball meeting with Coach Bolin. It’s going to be an exciting year for our Jr. High and Sr. High teams! If you are interested and weren’t able to attend the meeting, you can still sign up. Practices will be starting soon so please be sure to click on the link below to
We will be holding an informational meeting on Thursday, September 27 during lunch in Room 119. Anyone new to Haas Hall who is interested in being a shadow ambassador this year should plan on attending. Any questions, please see Mrs New