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Yu, Webb are January Students of Month

Mackenzie YuNathan WebbHighland seniors Mackenzie Yu and Nathan Webb have been selected as the Medina County Kiwanis January Students of the Month Award. 

HHS SADD Members Declare PENNY WAR!

Highland High School's SADD members declare a "Penny War" from February 24-28 to benefit the "TextLess Live More" initiative. This organization is dedicated to ending distracted driving and distracted living. Each day, students will be "dared" to complete a challenge to reduce technology time and spend more time connecting with others. Dares will include reducing screen time, a day free of his/her favorite social media app, having a technology free meal, and using airplane mode while studying, etc. Please encourage your son or daughter to bring in coins to compete against other classes! Further information can be found at https://textlesslivemore.org/

Student-Athletes Sign Commitment Letters

Pictured in front from left are Kalle Hotes, Autumn Chorba and Emily Hadler. In back are Austin Schuck, Bryce Profitt, Dane McNulty and Cooper HrabakSeveral Highland High School student-athletes signed their commitment letters on February 12 to attend and play sports for their chosen college or university. Congratulations to the following seniors:

Pictured in front from left are Kalle Hotes, Autumn Chorba and Emily Hadler. In back are Austin Schuck, Bryce Profitt, Dane McNulty and Cooper Hrabak

Girls Selected for Leadership Ball; Collection for FMC Begins 2/18

Pictured from left are Lilia Colbrunn, Anna Lanier and Makenzie YuCongratulations to Highland High School seniors Lilia Colbrunn, Anna Lanier and Mackenzie Yu who were chosen to take part in the 2020 Medina County Spring Leadership Ball on April 25 at Weymouth Country Club. In order to be selected, honorees must maintain a high GPA while being involved in the school and their community. The ball, held in partnership with Feeding Medina County, also requires that the attendees take part in a service project to benefit FMC. The girls are asking for help with their district-wide collection drive: "A Graham of Love Goes a Long Way."  Please consider donating 15-ounce boxes of graham crackers to benefit underprivileged children throughout the county. The drive will be held from February 18-28, with collection boxes located at each school building. As a reward, the school that collects the largest number of items will win a "Pajama Day!" Please note: the collection specifies 15-ounce boxes (no bulk boxes). Pictured from left are Lilia Colbrunn, Anna Lanier and Makenzie Yu.

Team Crowned District Champs; Members Headed to State Tourney

For the first time in Highland history, Highland High School Speech and Debate Team emerged as champions of the Akron District Speech & Debate Tournament! Held on February 1, Highland out ranked 13 teams to capture the prestigious District title! 

Not only is this a tremendous team accomplishment as they beat out the second place team by a half-point (.5), but an additional 28 members qualified for the State Tournament to be held on March 6-7 in Wooster.

‘Family First’ Night Planned for 3/16

The Highland Schools is pleased to offer the 3rd Annual “Family First” Night on Monday, March 16. This district-wide initiative is an opportunity for our Highland families to spend an uninterrupted evening together! With the multitude of school events and activities scheduled on any given night, the Highland Administration understands that it can be difficult to enjoy an evening as a family unit. In an effort to encourage a dedicated “family night,” the school district is offering one night free from homework (with no tests on March 17) athletic events or other extra-curricular activities so that families can connect and spend quality time together. We hope you enjoy your night together as a family!

HHS Students Win Scholastic Art Honors

The official results of the 2020 Scholastic Art and Writing competition were announced in early January and Highland High School students walked away with 59 awards! A total of 74 pieces were displayed, showcasing the creative talent of approximately 30 HHS students who had their work juried into this prestigious competition.

February Performances

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February Performance Flyer

Winter-Spring Courses through Highland Community Education

Winter blahs getting you down? Sign up for a class through Highland Community Education! Highland Community Education courses for Winter/Spring include several new and fun options! Students in grades K-5 can enroll in exciting classes featuring an Engineering Club, Mad Science and World of Design by Crayola. Also offered this season is Live, Love & Create Craft Club for students in grades 3-5, The Money Game for ages 10+ and don't forget about the ever-popular Hummingbirds Soccer and Young Rembrandt's Art courses. Students can also try their hand at Babysitting, Dining Etiquette, Fun-Damentals of Cooking and Little Hoops instructional basketball program. Adult classes are offered in Beekeeping, Beginning and Intermediate Guitar, Retirement Planning, Smoking Cessation, Weight Loss Control, Basic Therapeutic Massage and more. New this year is a Powerschool and Clever Seminar, as well as a Special Needs Resource Network class. Register today! Questions? Please email Mary Fran Kudla at mkudla@highlandschools.org or call 330-239-1901, ext. 5503. Winter-Spring 2020 Classes