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Yearbooks!

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.
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CHEERS 2.0

CHEERS will begin Monday 8/12 in the Media Center. Tutoring will be provided in the mornings from 6:50 - 7:50. In the afternoons, snack/tutoring will be from 3:30 - 4:30 and enrichment activities from 4:30 - 5:30. Transportation to local elementary schools will be provided at 5:30. Come check out all our new and exciting games and electronics!
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Car Rider Pick Up - Drop Off

Parents, if you bring your child to the high school in the morning or pick them up in the afternoon, then please know that at HCHS you have two choices on where to drop off and pick up your child. You can turn into the entrance closest to Arlington Drive. This is where majority of the students are currently being dropped off. You also can drop them off behind the CTE building. To use this drop off location, you would turn into the stadium off of Garden Mile road, follow the road up until you see the parking lot located right behind the CTE building. You will circle that lot and drop them off in that location. There will be a teacher at this drop off location. You will exit the same way that you came in, but keep in mind that this drop off will work better for parents who would need to turn right out onto Garden Mile out of the high school entrance.
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Welcome Principal Tommy Ransom

Tommy Ransom has been named Principal for Henderson County High School.

Ransom received a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from Murray State University and a Master of Arts in Administration from Murray State University. Ransom also holds certifications in the areas of secondary school counseling and instructional leadership as principal.

On accepting the position, Ransom noted, “I am very honored and excited to be the next principal at Henderson County High School. I would like to thank the HCHS SBDM Council for the opportunity. Henderson County has wonderful faculty and staff, and the students are even better. Mr. Thompson has HCHS at a great place, and I hope to build on what he has started. It is tough leaving Madisonville North Hopkins High School and what we have built there. HCHS is home to me, and I can't wait to get back to where I started my educational career. GO COLONELS!”
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