Wildcats and Parents, On Tuesday, April 20 and Wednesday, April 21, Har-Ber High School will administer the ACT Aspire to all 10th grade students. Since it is a two day exam, it is important for 10th graders to attend on BOTH days (regardless of your student's learning model). Please encourage your student to do his/her best on the exam each day. Although we have planned activities planned for after testing, if a parent wishes for their student to check-out after testing (approximately 2:00 each day), then a parent should complete the form that is linked below. In order to allow us proper social distancing during the exam, all 11th and 12th graders will learn remotely on April 20 & 21. They should follow Google Classroom for assignments. Dismissal Form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdekIJ3oToLYJq76K38pppR1Eyt16FYmqQswi_Y0lbW0Fdtsw/viewform
On Tuesday, April 27th at 6pm in the Har-Ber Performing Arts Center, we will host an informational meeting for parents and students who are interested in or plan to take concurrent classes during the 2021-2022 school year. This meeting will cover information pertaining to the classes we offer here, class expectations, costs, scholarship opportunities, and more. If you have an additional questions about the meeting, please contact Aterra Lowe, email@example.com, Jennifer Hatch, firstname.lastname@example.org, or Jennifer Sugg, email@example.com
Congratulations to the HBHS Technology Student Association competitors! The recently earned the following: Pedro Manon - Extemporaneous Speech 1st Place John Patrick Kingston - Coding 1st Place, Essays on Technology 2nd Place Makayla Keys, Pedro Manon - Coding 3rd Place Pedro Manon, John Patrick Kingston - Debating Technological Issues 1st Place Go Cats!
Congratulations to Abi Kelly, a HBHS student. Her animal was named the Grand Champion Prospect Market Lamb at the Northwest District Spring Show this weekend!
Wildcats, On Monday, HBHS will host a blood drive. Please see the information below.
April 5-9 is National Assistant Principal Week. We are blessed with four incredible Assistant Principals! Thank you to Ms. Margaret Robinson, Dr. Curtis Gladden, Ms. Aterra Lowe, and Mr. Scott for your dedication to our students and our staff. We are blessed to have you at our school!
Har-Ber High School will be hosting its Spring Blood Drive on April 12th. Students may sign up during their lunch in the cafeteria or with Mrs. D. Davis or Mrs. Jordin through the rest of this week. Students 16 years old will need to have parents complete a permission sheet prior to donating.
We are looking for ways to connect our school with as many parents as possible. On April 20, we will hold an evening PTSO meeting to outline end of the year activities and information about next year. We hope that you will consider attending. We have included a flyer and a link to the "RSVP" form. This will allow us to socially distance. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1xCDQGZOH9BFemWEUJYmAYaEXKjcyIIk4QYANp3mBaT4/viewform?gxids=7628&edit_requested=true https://docs.google.com/forms/d/178LYwcxXGnkkERVdHRCOJbCRVOqrB1fKMHQxm_ya3FU/viewform?gxids=7628&edit_requested=true
Last chance for this school year! Do you have a Junior or Senior student… · Still figuring out their future? · Can’t decide on college, technical school, work-based learning, military? · Don’t know what career to pursue? The FREE ASVAB Career Exploration Program will provide tools to help. We will begin the first part of the program on Wednesday, April 7, 2021. Send your student here today to learn more and to register. Seats are extremely limited and the deadline is just around the corner. Link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfFm9ly9Ql_NZXW4OxH-D2w0c0QrVTHYC8DsLHmfyt5FqgbIg/viewform
Congratulations to Mrs. Natalie Davey, the 2021 HBHS Teacher of the Year. We are proud of you!
Attention seniors! Graduate Sales will be delivering cap and gowns on Tuesday 3/30 and Wednesday 3/31 from 9-11 am in the front lobby. Students will be called to the lobby alphabetically.
PHEDS Educator of Month: Phyllis Weis
MEDS Educator of the Month: Samantha Couch
Har-Ber High School is proud to announce that Mrs. Natalie Davey has been selected as the 2021 HBHS Teacher of the Year. Mrs. Davey is an incredible teacher. She loves her students, is passionate about teaching, and she seeks ways for all students to feel connected to our school. We are proud of you, Mrs. Davey!
HABIT Educator of the Month: Ryan Masten
ACME Educator of the Month: Elizabeth Singer
Please help us celebrate our March Educators of the Month. ACDC: Clint Pianalto
To finish out the 20-21 Season 8 boys from Har-Ber competed at State this past Saturday. The boys 200 free relay finished in 6th place earning them a spot on the podium, David Wallace, Lucas Schaben and Max Tisher made up that relay. individually Max competed in 2 individual events, the 100 back and 200IM his efforts earned the team 16 points. He was one spot away from earning a medal. Lucas earned 8 points during his 500 free and 200 free races. David individually scored 7 points from his 50 free race. To close out his senior year Homero competed with Max Simmons and Max McDonald on the 4x100 relay barely missing out on a top 10 finish. In conclusion, the boys finished 9th overall in the state.