Not building a float? The Helena Education Foundation is working with other community non-profits to celebrate spring and we need student volunteers on Thursday, May 11th!
Register by Tuesday, May 9th Sign ups are in front of the Counseling office from noon until 12:30 daily starting Monday, May 1st until Tuesday, May 9th. Questions – see Mr. Schlepp in the office.
* Lunch is provided by Staggering Ox
* Win a prize!
Vote for Student Council executive board. Click here to cast your vote. Voting ends Friday – April 28 at 4:00 p.m.
You are invited to the 13th Annual Metal Sculpting Show
Wednesday – May 10th
Helena High School Welding Shop
1300 Billings Avenue – 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m.
We will be holding a raffle to help raise funds for Divinity Dolecheck to help with medical costs for her cancer treatments. Please come and enjoy the students’ work.
If you have questions, please contact Cindy Galbavy at 324-2180.
A new TV series addressing many sensitive topics such as substance abuse, harassment, sexual assault, and teen suicide has recently premiered on Netflix. These episodes have explicit scenes, some of which are quite disturbing. The premise of the show, see book review and Netflix trailer below, is to learn about the reasons why the protagonist takes her own life. We in the HHS, CHS, and PAL Counseling Departments are grateful for anything that embraces suicide prevention, but we are concerned that the show leaves out the biggest cause for teen suicide, which is mental illness.
If you haven’t heard about the show, here is a little background on it. Click here to learn more.
Bengalette & Cheerleading Tryouts start Monday – April 24. Click here to see the full schedule. Bengalette-Cheerleading Tryouts 2017
Helena High School Team 1 won first place at the 2017 Montana Regional High School Science Bowl Competition held Saturday, March 11, at Montana State University-Billings. The event was sponsored by the Western Area Power Administration and the Department of Energy.
Helena High School Team 1 was among 24 teams, representing 16 different schools across Montana that competed in the bowl. Helena Capital Team 1 and Billings West Team 2 took second and third place respectively.
The Science Bowl is a fast-paced question-and-answer competition in which students answer questions related to astronomy, biology, physics, chemistry, mathematics, Earth science and general science. Each team is made up of four students, a student alternate and a teacher who serves as an advisor and coach.
The winning teams from all regional meets receive an all-expense-paid trip to Washington, D.C., to participate in the National Science Bowl, scheduled for April 27-May 1. In Montana, the second place winner receives the opportunity to attend and participate in the MSGC Student Research Symposium on April 8 at MSU-Bozeman.