Scholars, the Baking Club will be making beignets on Wednesday, October 19 from 3:30-4:30. Instructions and ingredients are in the classroom ( ffq3xlw ), as well as substitutes for certain ingredients. All scholars are welcome to join. Be prepared to fry. See you there! À bientôt!
HOSA will be hosting a pink day. Wear pink for $3 to support Breast Cancer Awareness.
We have updated our campus pre-screening process. Please read over the updated content below. **Note: Temperatures will be taken upon entry, but the steps below need to be completed prior to arrival** 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
There will be a canned food drive for the organization “Samaritan” – this is a non-profit that provides services for those in need. We are collecting as many canned food items as possible! “Children’s Service Center’ is an organization for helping abused children. We are collecting journals and pens for them (ages 1-18, so all kinds and styles) when they
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
This is your Country and Committee Selection Form. Remember! To secure your spot you must pay Ms. Luebker your $10 delegate fee. India is our experienced delegates country, but the Novice Committees in Brazil will be open to newcomers. Novice committees are for 7th and 8th graders, 9th-12th graders may be able to compete in non-Novice committees. For information in
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
On Wednesday, the 20th, DECA will be holding a jeans day for $3! No holes, rips, or tears!
HOSA will be hosting a pink day on October 22. Wear pink for $3 to support Breast Cancer Awareness.