The High School competed in the NASP World Tournament in Louisville. The High School finished 17th out of 88 competing High Schools with a score of 3333.
Dalton Hinkle finished 2nd place in the World with a score of 297. In addition, he was awarded a $20,000 scholarship for shooting a 50.
Brennen Majors placed 5th with a score of 295.
This is just a reminder that on line registration for the 18-19 school year is open for you to complete. Please make sure you take care of this as soon as possible. Your student will not receive their schedule prior to school starting if this has not been taken care of. You can find the link to complete the registration on the HCS web in the upper right hand corner. Thank you
Beginning May 23, 2018 until further notice:
Parking – West Side of Building (Arlington Street Side/Old Bus Lane) Please do not park in the roadway as this will be used as the Bus Lane for Summer School starting May 29th.
- Blue Unit Lot in the marked parking spaces only, please. This area will be used for pick-up & drop-off for student/athletic events.
- Red Unit Lot (behind the Green House) access via the roadway on West Side of Building.
- Stadium Lot.
Entrance/Exit – The Front Entrance Doors by the Blue Unit (A1).
- The South Entrance (C6) will be accessible until Tuesday, May 29th at which time it will be closed until further notice.
- The doors on the West Side of the building will be accessible with your key unless the custodial staff has closed them down due to waxing of floors.
There will be no accessibility to the building through the 600 Hallway, Band Hallway, Aux. Gym during the construction. Please adhere to the posted signs and barriers if an area is closed off. These are closed off for safety reasons as there will be work taking place on the roof and the moving of heavy machinery and equipment.
This is obviously going to be a change from previous summer months; however, they are working on much needed repairs to the building.
Thank you for your patience,
Henderson County High School Summer Reading Information 2018-19:
Incoming freshmen: English I and English I Advanced:
Read the novel Anthem by Ayn Rand. Contact the YSC 270-831-8867 if you need a copy of the book.
Assignment: Students are responsible for reading the book before August 8, 2018. The book can be found digitally on Google Classroom. Students must finish they study guide before August 8th when they will take the test over the novel. Students must also complete one of the project options which can be found on Google Classroom.
Google Classroom Code: o8zec7
Turnitin.com class ID: 17984824, Enrollment Key: Summer2018
Remind Code: @7cfcd4
All sophomores/incoming freshmen with a middle school English I credit: English II and English II Advanced:
Read the novel Desert Dark by Sonja Stone Contact the YSC 270-831-8867 if you need a copy of the book.
Assignment: Students are responsible for reading the book and completing an online assignment that will be available on June 1st. Sign up for the assignment with Google Classroom code k3djmnp.
Advanced Placement Seminar (sophomores and juniors):
Read Think Like a Freak by Steven Levitt and Stephen Dubner and complete TED Talk analysis assignment in Google Classroom before August 8. Use Google Classroom class code 1cesqn.
English III (juniors): Read I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings by Maya Angelou.
Complete the assignment found on the high school webpage “Summer Reading” link; English II teachers also distributed copies to their classes in May. Books are available through the HCHS library, or you may get your own copy of the book. Students will complete an assessment over the novel within the first two weeks of class.
Advanced Placement English Language and Composition (juniors): Refer to the handout provided to you by your sophomore English teacher. Read The Scarlet Letter in its entirety. You will take a test on the second day of school that will count as bonus only. You will be assessed with the actual novel test during the second week of school. Assignment details can be found on the high school webpage “Summer Reading” link or at the Henderson County Public Library.
You may also begin your independent reading/choice books for the year -- the first book will be assessed by the end of the first quarter. Choose one of the books from the list attached to the AP letter for your independent reading. You will be expected to choose and independently read one book for each quarter of the year. You will be assessed on the independent reading through individual tests and/or additional writing assignments or projects.
English IV (seniors):
Read “The Prologue” to The Canterbury Tales and two of the following four tales: “The Knight’s Tale,” “The Nun’s Priest’s Tale,” “The Pardoner’s Tale,” and “The Wife of Bath’s Tale.” Complete the study guide provided by your junior teacher. The study guide is also available on the high school webpage “Summer Reading” link. The study guide should be completed before school begins. You will also complete a project and an assessment on your reading during the first weeks of school.
Advanced Placement English Literature and Composition (seniors): Enroll in the Google Classroom summer reading course with the code provided on the letter received in your English III or AP English Language and Composition class. Read Thomas Foster’s How to Read Literature Like a Professor and Cormac McCarthy’s The Road. Complete the posts in Google Classroom. You will also be assessed on your reading during the first two weeks of school.
HCHS 2018 Graduation Picture
A close-up, professional picture of your son or daughter receiving their diploma can be ordered from Gray Photography. They will be available to view on Monday, May 21.
How to view and order
Go to www.michaelgrayphotography.com
At the bottom of the website’s opening page, click on HCHS Graduation and Client Previews. When that page opens, put in the following password: HCHS.
Locate your child (they are in the order in which they received their diploma), select package and check out.
The proofs will be available to view and order on-line through June 20th. Should you miss the deadline and still wish to place an order, please contact the studio directly.
With prices starting at just $12, you won’t want to miss this opportunity to own a keepsake of this special moment!
Should you have any questions contact us at: 812-473-0645
Or email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
2605 Lincoln Avenue
Evansville, IN 47714