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It is Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) Time!

Any Senior who plans to go to secondary education needs to complete the FAFSA with their parent/guardian.  Opening day to complete the 2021-2022 school year financial aid is October 1, 2020. 

We encourage families to complete the application as close to October 1, 2020 as possible.   

Click title for information that will help you understand why and how it should be completed.  The KHEAA also completed a video tutorial. 


If you have additional questions please contact your child's guidance counselor.
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Arrival Procedures

1. You will enter the building wearing a mask.
2. You will have a temperature check.
3. If you arrive at school PRIOR to 7:30 am and choose to eat breakfast, you will report to the cafeteria. If you arrive before 7:30 am and choose not to eat breakfast, you will report to the main gym. If you are in the gym or cafeteria, you will be dismissed to first block class at 7:30 am.
4. If you arrive AFTER 7:30 am, you will report directly to your first block class. If you need to eat breakfast, you will go to the cafeteria first then report to your first block class.
5. If you DRIVE to school, you will park at the stadium lot and enter the building at the South entrance (CTE entrance) by the greenhouse (door C6). 6. Your temperature will be taken by an infrared temperature sensing tablet, which will also recognize if you have appropriate facial personal protective equipment. If your temperature exceeds 100.4 or you do not have an appropriate face mask, the HCHS Healthy at Work Officer will contact your parent or guardian.
7. If you are a CAR RIDER to school, you will enter the parking lot on the west side (entrance just past Arlington Drive), and loop through the back parking lot in order to be dropped off at the covered awning on the west side of the building (door D2). Please stay in your vehicle until you have reached one of the four drop zones. At that time your temperature will be taken and staff will approve your appropriate facial personal protective equipment. If you get the all clear you will get out of your car at that spot. If your temperature exceeds 100.4 or you do not have an appropriate face mask, the HCHS Staff will give you directions at that time.
8. If you ride the BUS to school, you will enter through the blue unit doors (door A1). Your temperature will be taken by an infrared temperature sensing tablet, which will also recognize if you have appropriate facial personal protective equipment. If your temperature exceeds 100.4 or you do not have an appropriate face mask, the HCHS Healthy at Work Officer will contact your parent or guardian.
9. If you WALK to school, you will enter through the blue unit doors (door A1). Your temperature will be taken by an infrared temperature sensing tablet, which will also recognize if you have appropriate facial personal protective equipment. If your temperature exceeds 100.4 or you do not have an appropriate face mask, the HCHS Healthy at Work Officer will contact your parent or guardian.
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I must wear a mask AT ALL TIMES except when eating or drinking.

Everyone must wear a mask. The mask MUST cover your nose and your mouth. This is required according to the Healthy-at-School guidance from the state of Kentucky and is part of the Henderson County Schools dress code. Please refer to pages 54-55 in the Henderson County Schools Student Code of Conduct for additional Dress Code regulations. Exceptions are very limited and include times when students can be outdoors, 6 feet away from other students; in the lunchroom while students are eating; and/or times when students may need to take a drink of water.
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I may choose my seat for lunch, but I will be required to sit in that seat for the remainder of the school year.

What: Students may choose their seat for both their Maroon day and White day lunch schedules. Tables can accommodate up to 4 students. Student seats are separated by plexiglass dividers.

Why: Contact tracing will be an important part of containing the spread of illness. The number of students at each table has been reduced and plexiglass dividers have been added to minimize the risk of the spread of illness at lunchtime when students are not able to wear face masks.
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