HCHS has had an amazing year designing our destination! We feel like it has been the best one yet. We want to hear what you students think. This survey asks you questions about your experiences at school. Your responses will be combined with those of many other students to improve our school. Everything is Confidential!
Click the above title to go directly to the student survey link.
HCHS has had an amazing year designing our destination! We feel like it has been the best one yet. We want to hear what you parents think. This survey asks you questions about your child’s experiences at school. Your responses will be combined with those of many other parents to improve your child’s school. Everything is Confidential!
Click title to go directly to survey link.
How has Renaissance impacted your school’s culture?
There is an obvious overall feeling of school pride that has grown both within our building and out in our community. Conversations can be overheard of how our high school has changed for the better over the recent years – parents taking to social media to brag on the fact that they are proud that their child attends our school. We find ourselves saying, “It’s a good time to be a Colonel!”
Thank you Mrs. Stovall for all you do! Click the above link and read about the complete award.
Starting in December, we will be implementing our random screenings at Henderson County High School as per policy 09.436 page 81 in the code of conduct. Students and their personal belongings may be randomly selected and screened by HCS administrators using a hand-held metal detector (wand). Examples of random groups may include but not be limited to: all students in a classroom, all students in a particular section of the school, all students in a hallway who are tardy to class, all students entering/exiting a selected door, all students on the third bus, etc.
The random screening process is a continued step in improving the safety and security of our students and staff.
All procedures for the use of metal detectors shall follow relevant legal standards and are in compliance with our board policy.
Parents, please monitor your students' backpacks to help ensure that during searches or any other time there is nothing that could compromise their safety or the safety of others. Please remember that all medications should be brought to school by the parent/guardian and taken to the school nurse. Students should not carry any over-the-counter or prescribed medications with them.
We strive to provide the safest learning environment at Henderson County High School. Thank you for the opportunity to serve your children and for the support you provide.
January 22nd/3:45 p.m.-Lexus Rutledge will be signing to play softball with Bluffton University
January 21st/3:45 p.m.-Jacob Sauls will be signing to play soccer with Brescia University
ALL SIGNINGS SCHEDULED IN THE HCHS CAFETERIA
Yearbook sales are open! How to buy:
Pre-ordering ensures a copy is reserved for you.
Order online at www.jostensyearbooks.com through February 21, 2020.
*Order a personalized yearbook before September 6, 2019, and receive 4 free icons of your choice added to the cover (see attachment).*
Want to use Sureway stamps? Save them on yearbook saver cards (100 stamps per card) and get $5.00 o_ for each saver card.* Sureway stamps are accepted ONLY during the in-school sales during lunches December 9-13 and for extra copies after the books arrive in April or May.
Cost is $35.00 per book; optional name on cover $7.00; optional plastic cover $3.00. Only a limited number of extras will be available after the books arrive; reserve your copy before February 21, 2020.
Forms of payment accepted:
Online: credit card or PayPal through 2/21/20.
In-school sales December 9-13: Cash, check, Sureway stamp saver cards.*
*Must be on Yearbook saver cards of 100 stamps.