The Class of 2022 is in need of candy donations for a fundraiser to benefit their end-of-year activity. Please label your candy donation with Class of 2022 and drop it off at the front desk. Thank you for your support!
Join us for our October HHA Bentonville Parent Organization Meeting this Wednesday October 20th at 7:00pm via zoom. If you are already member, you will receive an email with the link to the meeting on Wednesday. If you still need to sign up, you can do so here https://hhabentonville.org/membership/ . If you have any questions please email ParentOrganization@HHABentonville.org .
This year, Haas Hall’s Science Club returned virtually to Warner Elementary, a rural, predominantly Native American school in Oklahoma, to share experiments involving light and combining electricity and magnets to move fluid. Science Club reached 64 fifth graders total in Mrs. Shry’s classroom at Warner! Science club member Eric Wilkins taught students about magnetohydrodynamics (MHD). He did this by passing
Hello, Scholars, Faculty, Administration, and Family! In partnership with Burrell Behavioral Health Center, Beta Club is hosting a back to school supply drive and will be collecting donations now through Thursday, November 11th, to help children in need in our community. Please support us in our efforts to help children in our community by donating any of the following items:
We have updated our campus pre-screening process. Please read over the updated content below. The pre-screening process for school days is as follows: 1. Parents/guardians will need to pre-screen their scholar(s) at home. Upon waking, identify if your scholar(s) has/have any of the following symptoms indicating possible illness that may decrease their ability to participate in instruction and also increase
This year, Haas Hall’s Science CLub returned virtually to Warner Elementary, a rural, predominantly Native American school in Oklahoma, to share experiments involving light and combining electricity and magnets to move fluid. Science Club reached 64 fifth graders total in Mrs. Shry’s classroom at Warner! Science Club member Rukaya Alrubaye taught students about phosphorescence and fluorescence. She provided real world
Hello, Scholars and Faculty! Beta Club is having a jeans day on October 21st in support of the Himalayan Village Fund Project. Please pay $2 to wear school appropriate jeans on this day. The Himalayan Village Fund Project was founded in 2011 by Milton Burke and a group of teachers in Fayetteville, Arkansas. They created a non-profit dedicated to fostering
Dr. Rod will be holding an informational meeting for scholars interested in running for Scholar Council in Dr. Sayler’s classroom (room 123) at 2:30 PM on Friday, October 22. Scholars in grades 7-12 are welcome, as Scholar Council representatives will be elected for each grade by their peers in an upcoming election. Dr. Rod will discuss what the campaign process
Some of you may remember that two years ago, Haas Hall held a “Pink Out” day at all 4 campuses with the funds raised going toward the medical costs of Springdale science teacher, Dr. Latisha Puckett. Unfortunately, there has been a reoccurrance of some cancer and Dr. Puckett will be traveling to MD Anderson in Houston, TX for treatment during
Congratulations to the HHAB Tennis Team! All their hard work definitely paid off. We brought home several trophies this season! Go Huskies!!! 2A Conference Tournament Winners: Girls Singles Champion: Lexa Farmer Girls Singles Runner Up: Himani Patel Boys Singles Champion: Jack Isola Girls Doubles Champion: Reagan Geduldig and Margot Drewyor Girls Singles Runner Up: Farheen Palagiri and Taylor Lyle Boys