Daily Bulletin

Student Announcements

May 24, 2017

Boys’ track turn in uniforms to coach Arntson.

Seniors: Even if you have already checked fines at the main office, please check again as new fines have been added to some accounts. All fines must be paid prior to graduation in order to receive your diploma.

The end of the year is quickly approaching which means locker clean out time. Seniors need to have the locks off the lockers and cleaned out by Thursday, June 1st at 3:00. A $10 fee will be assessed if the lock is on and another $10 fee if there are things in the locker. Underclassmen should have all lockers cleaned out with locks off by 3:00 on Thursday, June 8th or fines will be assessed. Please take your lock off of your locker! Students who had school locks placed on their lockers and on their lockers and have items in there can remove those items on June 7th.

Attention Seniors: You are invited to participate in the Parade of Graduates walk. The purpose of this activity is to return to your previous middle school to celebrate your graduation with former teachers and to inspire younger students to be a graduate. This event is an optional event. You are not required to participate. If you choose to attend, you must plan accordingly as you are expected to wear your cap and gown for the walk. EVMS and HMS students: your event is scheduled for Thursday, May 25th in the morning. Buses will be on Robert’s Street. Need more information? Stop by the counseling center or ask your Government teacher. Thank you.

The Catty Shack’s last day will be Friday, May 26th. Make sure to use all gift certificates before Friday.

All Kickstarts, Izzes & Water will be on sale for $.50 at the Catty Shack while supplies last.

Upcoming Juniors: If you are a Junior next year that would like to take the PSAT/NMSQT, registration is now open. We will be administering the PSAT/NMSQT on October 11th. Taking the PSAT gives you an opportunity to potentially score higher on your college entrance exams and qualify to enter the competitions for prestigious scholarships and recognition programs. Please register in the Main Office with the bookkeeper, Mrs. Adamson. The fee is $18. You have until the end of the school year, June 9th to register for this test that will take place in the Fall. Stop by the counseling office if you have any questions.

Helena High Theater Presents the final production of the year, Don Quinn’s Adaptation of C.S. Lewis’ Story The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe, March 25th through the 27th Show time is 7:00 PM, each evening, and there will bee a special matinee showing Saturday March 25th at 1:00PM. All seats are $5.00 with all seating being general admission.

The South Central Montana Area Health Education Center is hosting two summer programs called Heads Up. The first one is at the end of June and is for current 9th-11th grade high school students in Helena only. This 2 ½ day camp is free and will be held at EVMS and Shodair Children’s Hospital. The second Heads Up camp is July 30th – August 2nd. This second camp will be held at Shodair and is open to students from across the state of Montana, and the cost is $200. During both camps students will participate in a variety of activities on topics including leadership, stress relief techniques, substance abuse, community resources, suicide prevention, and resiliency. Students will be certified in Youth Mental Health First Aid. The course will provide students with tools to empower them when assisting peers in distress and identify resources for proper referral. The application for the statewide camp is available online and the link can be found on the counseling department web page. If you’re interested in applying for the local camp you can pick-up an application in the counseling office. Applications must be turned in by June 1st . Drop by the counseling office if you have any questions.

The days of the week listed in the student handbook for second semester finals are not correct.
Please note the corrected days:
Tuesday, June 6
Wednesday, June 7
Thursday, June 8

1st day; Tuesday, June 6                  

 Period 0…………………  8:20-9:40

Period 1…………………   9:55-11:15

Lunch……….……………  11:15-11:50

Period 2…………………   11:50-1:10

Make up tests…………..    1:25-2:45

2nd day; Wednesday, June 7          

Period 3………………….  8:20-9:40

Period 4…………………   9:55-11:15

Lunch……………………  11:15-11:50

Period 5………………….  11:50-1:10

Make up tests……………  1:25-2:45

3rd day; Thursday, June 8               

Period 6…………………. 8:20-9:40

Period 7………………….  9:55-11:15

Lunch……………………  11:15-11:50

Make up tests……………..  11:50-2:45

Students must take exams when scheduled. Students may only reschedule exam with prior permission from HHS Administration. Make up tests will only be given with medical documentation of need.

Senior Semester Test Schedule for Second Semester
Test will be administer the first week of May 30, 2017
Semester test schedule for Seniors Only!

May 31st, 2017 – Periods 4, 5, 6, and 7

*Please note that students still attend classes during 0-3 on this day.

June 1st, 2017 – Periods 0, 1, 2 and 3

Weekly club meetings:

  • Green Group meets every Monday at lunch in Mr. McKissick’s room (Room 16). Make friends, have fun, and help protect the environment!
  • Science ClubTuesdays at lunch in room 62.
  • Spanish ClubTuesday at lunch in Ms. Tucker´s room (Room 15)
  • Travel Club Tuesdays at lunch in room 26. Have questions? Speak with Ms. Clark or Mr. Hussey
  • Class – Meets every other Wednesday starting 12/7 in Room 42
  • Key ClubWednesday, Wednesdays in room 24 during lunch.
  • MBIWednesday during lunch in room 26. Have questions? Speak with Mr. Hussey
  • DECA meets every Wednesday at lunch in Mr. Hollow’s room 307 out in the shops.
  • Art Club meets Wednesdaysat lunch in Room 47. Everyone who loves art is welcome. Our activities include field trips to see and make art, and sharing our creative expressions. See Ms. Knight if you have questions.
  • Guitar Club meets in Room 46 on Wednesday at noon.
  • International Club meets Wednesday at lunch in room 17. Would you like to make some new friends from around the world without having to buy an expensive airline ticket? Come to International Club on Wednesday, October 12 in room 17 and see who is there.
  • Skills USAis meeting this week! If you are in Auto Tech, Woods, Drafting or Welding, this is the club for you. We meet every Thursday during lunch in the Automotive classroom- come join us to see what we are all about. We hope to see you there!
  • BPAThursdays at lunch – Room 6
  • International Club meets Wednesday at lunch in room 17. Make some new friends from Helena and some new friends from around the world.
  • Are you interested in meeting new people and participating in community service? If so, you should join Key Club on Wednesday in room 24 during lunch. See Ms. Oliveira or Mrs. Mitchell if you have any questions.
  • YMCA Youth in Government meets Tuesdays during lunch in room 28.
  • Pure Performance meets the 1st and 3rd Thursday each month at noon in Rm 42.
  • Student Council meets the 1stThursday of every month at noon in Rm 21.
  • Outdoors club meets Fridays at lunch in Benson’s room.
  • Senior Class meets every other Friday starting December 16th in Rm. 42.
  • The Catty Shack Specials include: Monday: Steffano’sSandwich – $3.75 & Little Caesars’s Crazy Bread – $2 Tuesday: Panda Express $6.50 Wednesday: Suds Hut Chicken Strips w/ Jojo’s or Chicken Nuggets – $5 & Taco in a Bag $3 Thursday: Thirsty Thursday $.50 for a fountain pop and Buffalo Wild Wings – $4.50 Friday: Costco Pizza – $2 Soup of the Day – Small $2.75 & Medium $3.95 Monday; Chicken Noodle Tuesday: Potato Bacon Wednesday: Chile Thursday: Potato Bacon Friday; None