• Reminder: No School for Students Feb. 20-24 for Mid-Winter Break

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  • February 21st there is a Youth Employment Education and Career Fair

    Students will have the opportunity to receive assistance on creating their résumé, hone their interview skills and interview for open job with employers. Visit the Career Center for sign-up information along with a list of the employers.

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  • Are you thinking of running for an ASB Executive Office next year?

    Do you have what it takes to be our next ASB President, or Treasurer, or Highlander Club President? On March 1st and 2nd there will be mandatory meetings before and after school in room 244. You must attend, if you are thinking about running. Information will be provided at the meetings about the process. Again, attend one of the mandatory meetings before or after school on March 1st and 2nd if you are thinking about running for an ASB office.

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  • AP Students

    Remember NOW is the time to make a payment to reserve your AP Exam! Make your payment no later than Friday, March 3rd. You can either make a full payment of $93, a deposit of $30, OR if you are signed up for Free/Reduced Lunch, make a payment of $15. See Ms. Leick in the Counseling Office if you have any questions. Remember, only a payment will reserve your AP Exam!

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  • Running Start Family INFO Night

    Are you interested in learning about the Running Start Program, where 11th and 12th grade students can take classes at the community college? The Hazen Counselors will be presenting to parents, guardians and students on Tuesday, Feb. 28th at 6:30 p.m. in the Hazen Library. Please join us as we discuss how the program works, the advantages and important considerations of the program, and steps to enroll for next Fall.

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  • February is Black History Month!

    Oprah Winfrey, a self-made woman billionaire and the first successful Black entrepreneur to own a television network, had many obstacles to overcome to reach her current status. Through innovation and determination, she succeeded in the entertainment industry and that has made her famous today. Show your spirit and participate in Black History Month spirit week! Today is Black Out Day. Students are asked to dress in black as this is a simple way to show solidarity for Black History Month.

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  • This week’s W.O.W. is Efface

    A verb meaning to destroy or remove something so that it cannot be seen or noticed. Example sentence: She used soap and water to efface the graffiti written on the desk. W.O.W.!

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