Daily Bulletin

STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

04-13-2021

Bengal Activities

04-13 JV/Varsity Softball @ Butte – 3 & 5 pm
04-15 JV Tennis vs Belgrade/Bozeman @ HHS – 3 pm
04-16 Track @ Hellgate – 3 pm
Varsity Tennis vs Bozeman, Butte, Belgrade @ Bozeman – 9 am
04-17 JV/Varsity Softball vs Flathead @ Mihelish Field – 12 pm
JV/Varsity Softball vs Glacier @ Mihelish Field – 2 pm

Interested in a powerful student leadership position in the Helena Schools? The School Board is on the hunt for next year’s Student Rep. position. Applications are now available and DUE May 7th. Stop by Ms. Wheeler in Room 20 to pick-up an application.

The Vigilante parade is back and it’s coming on Friday, May 7! You can pick up materials in the Library starting Monday, Aril 12th, through Thursday, the 15th (except Wednesday). Pick up times are 8-8:30 am, 2-2:30pm, and 2:35 – 3:05 pm.
Float sign-ups start Friday, April 16 and run through Thursday, the 22nd.
Only 2 floats per category are allowed and it’s first come, first served so get your registration in early!

Are you interested in taking a Choir class next year? Ms. Steele is currently holding auditions for choir classes for next fall. If you are interested, see Ms. Steele in the choir room or send her an email or chat to schedule a time. If you are hoping to sing but not audition, talk to your counselor about signing up for Treble Choir or Tenor-Bass Choir.

Catty Shack Specials: Monday – Steffano’s sandwich. Tuesday – Panda Express Orange Chicken Thursday – Buffalo Wild Wings Friday – Suds Hut Chicken Purchase a Catty Shack gift card on the HHS Rev Trak system and order on the HHS App

Volleyball open gyms are being held every Monday and Thursday from 4- 5:30pm (weather permitting). We will cancel if spring sports need indoor facilities. Only athletes not participating in a spring sport can attend. Contact Coach Day or visit Coach Poelking if you have questions.

Have you signed up for the Blood Drive yet? The Red Cross reports there is still a shortage of blood across our country. JMG is hosting a blood drive at the Red Cross Blood Donation Center on April 15th from 1:00 – 6:00 p.m. and is asking our Bengal family to one again help make a difference. For more information or to sign up – see the signs around the school or stop by Room 6 and talk to Mrs. Humphrey.

Drivers Education is now taking applications for Summer registration. Cost is $305 per student and forms are available on line at the Helena High or Drivers Ed website. Hard copies can be obtained at the PAL location on Front Street. Students must 15 years old by August 31.

National Student Leadership Week is April 19th-22nd and Helena High Student Council wanted to do something fun! So, if you know a student who has shown exemplary leadership skills or is just an awesome person in general? Use the QR code on posters around the school to nominate them for a Bengal Shoutout! The week of April 19th-22nd, we will be giving away prizes to the students nominated the most, so tell us who that is right away!

Attention Students: If you haven’t turned in your registration form for the 2021-22 school year, please remember to drop it by the counseling center as soon as possible. Thank you!

Attention Bengals, are you a good dancer, great skier, a free runner, or good drawer? Good news for you! DECA has extended the deadline to submit your talents for the 28th annual Nite 2 Shine to April 5th. All talents are accepted. Make a 30-60 second video showing your talents to submit. The first 25 auditions will be given a free Nite 2 Shine t-shirt. If you’re interested in participating, text Ms. Frazier through Teams for more details.

Girl’s State & Boy’s State will be accepting students from the class of 2021 as well as the class of 2022, due to last summers programs being cancelled. Girl’s State will be held June 13-19, 2021 (must apply by 5-15) and Boy’s State will be held from June 6-11, 2021 (no deadline). Applications can be downloaded at:
bit.ly/girlsstate2021 and bit.ly/boysstate2021.

Seniors, if you missed picking up your graduation order from Josten’s last week, you can pick it up in the main office.

Montana Wilderness School offers a variety of multi-day backcountry expeditions for high school aged youth. Paddle, backpack, climb or ride horses through far reaches of public lands in our state. This is a great way to take a break from the bustle of daily life, focus on being present and make friends while learning new skills in a beautiful setting. No outdoor gear or prior outdoor experience is necessary and financial aid is available to in-state applicants. Please visit Mr. McKim in Room 213 to learn more.

Helena High Travel Club invites you to join us on a Spring Break 2022 adventure to Italy, Greece, & Madrid. We will host a virtual information meeting Wednesday, February 17th at 5:30 for more information stop in to room 26 and speak to Mr. Hussey.

Hey Bengals! Are you on the hunt for a job? Keep an eye on the counseling page as we have several job opportunities list on that tab. Check it out for a variety of opportunities that are updated regularly.  Contact your school counselor if you can’t find the information on our web page.

Want to be in the yearbook? Download the free HJ eShare app and send yearbook your pictures! We want to include you!

Are you looking for a full or part time summer job? Check out the Helena Summer Jobs Program! HSJP will match you with a job or paid internship, provide a paid foundational work skills training, and connect you with an adult mentor for the summer. Positions include automotive, retail, healthcare, agriculture, information technology, recreation, education, legal, finance, banking, graphic design and social media management, administration, hospitality, marketing, engineering, business, & construction among others. If you are interested in a particular career, HSJP will do their best to match you with something that fits your interests. You can learn more and apply online at americanjobs4youth.org/hsjp, or stop by the counseling office to talk to Ms. Rausch and get some more information.

Are you LGBTQ+, questioning, or an ally? Then the Gender Sexuality Alliance is for you! Meet other LGBTQ+ youth and become a part of this safe space. We meet every Wednesday at 3:15 on Teams. Visit our website to join us. We look forward to seeing you!

Juniors and Seniors: The HHS counseling center has started organizing virtual college visits. You can refer to our web page or look on the bulletin board outside of the counseling center to see the schedule. The Zoom links will be posted on our web pages and in our Teams. Questions? Contact your school counselor.