Order 2019 Yearbook
Here is the link: yearbookordercenter.com
Enter school’s name or School number 14109
Winter Sports Award Night
Tuesday, March 19 at 6:00 pm in the Auditorium.
Class of 2021 Spring Pie Fundraiser:
More info: Spring 2019 Pie Fundraiser
Spring Sports Practice Schedule:
Girls Lacrosse and Track will start on Monday, March 18.
Boys Lacrosse will start on Monday, April 1.
Wands for Wildlife
Sophomore student T. Maffucci is trying to raise awareness of the organization Wands for Wildlife. She is asking for donations of used mascara wands to help save animals. The wands are able to be reused to clean oil, larva, fly eggs, mites, infectious mud, and other contaminate off of wildlife. Once the parasites are cleaned off the animal’s fur or shell, they are released back into the wild. By donating your mascara wands you could save the lives of hundreds of animals. So, if you have any old mascara brushes laying around, or just want to help by spreading awareness, please go to Mrs. Garcia-Tripp’s classroom between now and June 7 for more information.
NACAC National College Fair Hartford – Trip
At the Connecticut Convention Center on Wednesday, April 3. This trip will connect students to hundreds of colleges and universities in one location. This trip is open to all members of the junior class. Students should register with Mrs. Beaujon in the College & Career Resource Center. For more information email email@example.com
NACAC APRIL 3
Financial Reality Fair – April 24 – Field Trip
All Seniors are expected to attend and bring a lunch
Here is a link with more info: Financial Reality Fair 2019 Parent Letter
Link to permission slip : Financial Reality Fair Permission Slip
Service Academy Night:
Wednesday, April 24, 2019, the Connecticut Congressional Delegation will be holding our annual Academy Night for students and recent graduates who are interested in attending one of our nation’s preeminent military academies – U.S. Air Force Academy, U.S. Coast Guard Academy, U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, U.S. Military Academy at West Point, and the U.S. Naval Academy. This is a great opportunity for students to meet with representatives and cadets/midshipmen from each of the academies. This event will also give students a chance to meet with the service academy coordinators from each of our congressional offices to learn more about our individual nomination processes. In addition, they hope to have representatives from several collegiate ROTC programs, the National Guard, and the Military Reserves who will be able to discuss other paths to military service and commissioning programs for aspiring military officers. The doors will open at 4:30 PM. The program is scheduled to begin promptly at 5:00 PM at the MG Maurice Rose Armed Forces Reserve Center, 375 Smith Street, Middletown, CT.
SAT and PSAT – Wednesday, March 27
When will the Connecticut SAT School Day be administered to grade 11 students? The Connecticut SAT School Day will be administered free of charge during the school day to all grade 11 public school students on March 27. Make-ups will be administered on April 23 and 24, 2019.
SAT School Day
All Students interested in healthcare careers:
Click link for more info about an upcoming Field Trip, April 2:
UCONN Health Career Fair for all HVRHS Students
Permission Slip: UCONN Health Career Fair
Seniors are you still unsure about what to do after high school? Are you thinking about pursuing a 2-year degree as an option? Have you considered attending community college to start, and then transferring to a bachelor’s program elsewhere? Here’s an opportunity to explore these options!
Northwestern CT Community College is hosting an “Experience College” event on Friday, March 22. We will be leaving the school at 8:00 am and return for the final block of the day. This event will offer 7 fun workshops to choose from that are taught by NCCC faculty, an overview of the college, special program available and lunch! Workshops include analyzing a mock crime scene, learning sign language, practicing business protocol within the bubblegum industry and more! If you would like to attend, please register online ASAP to lock in your top choice of workshops. Options will fill up quickly as we are not the only school attending this event.
The absolute final deadline to register is March 8th!
Here’s the link: www.nwcc.edu/ExperienceCollege
See Mrs. Beaujon at the College & Career Resource Center for permission slips and any questions! Don’t miss this opportunity!!
Link with more info: Experience College Flyer 2019
Monument Mountain Regional High School Annual College Fair Tuesday, April 9
Link with more info: MMRHS Annual College Fair
BUS DRIVER’S WANTED
Click this link for more info: Bus Driver’s Wanted
Random Hacks of Kindness Junior
“Kids coding for a cause”
Click these links for more information:
Event Overview for Mentors
Mentor Flyer 2019 for HS Students
2019 Cap & Gown and Junior Class Ring
Orders are overdue! Seniors – turn orders in at the high school main office if you will be participating in the 2019 graduation ceremony.
ORDER FORM: Cap and Gown
High School Late Opening Dates 2018-2019
Sept. 27, Oct. 18, Nov. 8, Dec. 6, Feb. 7, March 28, April 25, and May 16.
Thursday, March 28 will be the next Teacher Professional Development, the high school will start at 9:45 am and dismiss at the regular time of 2:25 pm.
Click the links below for your bus schedule on Late Opening Days:
Cornwall Bus routes
Falls Village Bus route
Kent Bus routes
North Canaan Bus routes
Salisbury Bus routes
Sharon Bus routes
PLEASE NOTE: The above schedules are for High School PD 2 hours late openings (with Elementary Schools on regular time). For weather related 2-hour delayed openings effecting all of Region One schools; the pick up times will be 2 hours later than regular pick up time. (Example: normal time 6:45 am, 2 hour unscheduled delay opening 8:45 am). For questions about bus pick up or drop times contact: All-Star Transportation 860-435-0352.
Summer Internship Opportunity for Students:
HYSB has an opportunity for you to not only explore career options but to receive a stipend while you do it. Please consider applying for a Summer Internship through their program. More information click this link: Housatonic Youth Service Bureau
Habitat for Humanity Internship Information Link:
Internship Opportunity Habitat for Humanity NW CT
Here’s a short and intense summer opportunity for students entering grades 9-12 from July 17-19 down the road at Western CT State University in Danbury. There’s an early registration discount.
If you’re interested in learning photography, steel pans, or musical theater, click on the link below. Learn a new skill, move to a higher level, connect with professionals in the field.
Sticky Note Winter Edition
Sticky Note Winter 2019
Click this link for: Driver Ed Class Dates 2018-2019
For prices and to enroll, visit: www.thenextstreet.com/housatonic
or call 800-732-8090.
This year we are again offering an after-school Self-defense Club run by Bill Anstett. The Club will run Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm. The first class will be Tuesday, September 18th. In order to participate, you need to have a waiver signed and on file with Mr. Tripp. For more information, see Mr. Tripp.
Student Parking at HVRHS
Any junior or senior wishing to drive to school and park on campus must fill out a parking registration and receive a parking sticker to be allowed on campus. Parking registration forms must be returned with a copy of the student’s drivers license and car registration. These documents need to be brought to the Main Office in order to obtain the parking sticker. The High School Main Office is open 7:30 am – 3:30 pm Monday thru Friday. Please call 860-824-5123 if you have any questions. Failure to register your vehicle with the school may result in disciplinary action, up to and including suspension. Students should also review the handbook for additional information on parking privileges.
For the student parking form click HERE.