If you purchased a FOUR CITIES, FOUR SCHOOLS, ONE PACK t-shirt at orientation, we have replacements. The white print on some shirts have been having some discoloration issues. We had all shirts reprinted with a different white ink to help prevent this issue. Please turn your shirt in to your school’s front desk with your name, 1st hour teacher, and
Fall and football are in the air. Join us for a wooden Door Hanger event. Design your choice of fall or Razorback themes, or your initial. All paint and ribbons will be provided by the design instructor. Location is the Ingenuity Center at the Fay Campus. Use this link to purchase your ticket. *Limited quantities. https://squareup.com/store/HHAPFC This announcement submitted on
Haas Hall Bentonville’s Green Team club will have its 28th Street Clean-Up on Wednesday, Oct. 2! Our club adopted 28th Street as part of Arkansas’s Adopt a Highway Program. Therefore, we are responsible for keeping the street clean of litter. This year, our goal is to clean all the way from J Street to Moberly. With enough volunteers, we should
Attention all four campuses, the 2019-2020 Haas Hall Academy yearbook order forms are now available. Each yearbook is $45. Prices will go up to $60, Jan. 31. Order forms may be picked up at the front desk. Cash and checks are both accepted. Checks must be made out to Haas Hall Yearbook.
The town of Winslow, Arkansas, tucked in the Boston Mountains south of Fayetteville, is hosting their 9th annual run this coming Saturday, September 21st. There is a half marathon and a 5 K run. Learn more about the race, other things to do in the area and register at http://winslowrun.com. Mrs. Kilgus (on the Fayetteville Campus) is looking for a
Disc Golf Event Come play disc golf with your peers and faculty on Saturday, September 28 at Rogers New Technology High School. If you have never played disc golf—no worries. Disc golf is a game that is playable at all skill levels and is tons of fun. If you don’t know the rules, that’s okay since others will be there
The Registration Deadline for the October 26th ACT is Friday, September 20th, 2019 All scholars in grades 9-12 are required to take the ACT at least one time per school year. Please see your College & Academic Advisor if you have any questions, or if you are in need of assistance on registering.
If our school provides 20 volunteers for the annual Chile Pepper race our campus receives $2000 to help off-set the costs of cross country. The race is at the Agri Park in Fayetteville on Saturday, October 5. If you are able, please sign up to help! https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0C4AA5A62BA5FE3-chile4
If you are a seventh or eighth grader interested in learning more about the spelling bee, please attend the informational meeting in Mr. Golden’s room (127) during lunch on Friday, September 20. You will receive the word list and tips for the school spelling bee, which will be on Friday, November 15.
It’s that time of week. Time for a Journalism Club meeting. The next one will be Wednesday at lunch in Mr. Bolin’s room. Last week we proposed story ideas, assigned some items and sent reporters out with an edict to develop sources and questions. Don’t forget to bring yours to the meeting. The next step is action. Make plans to