The HHS Booster Club is a group of parents of students attending HHS, parents of graduated students of HHS, and friends of HHS. The Booster Club provides support for extracurricular activities at Helena High School. By raising funds through membership drives, 50/50 ticket sales, the Booster Club is able to sponsor numerous activities and special projects. Our goal is to provide funding for activities and projects that directly benefit our students.
The Helena High Bengal Booster Club is open to all supporters of HHS activities. We invite you to join the HHS Bengal Booster Club and welcome your presence at our monthly meetings held the second Monday of every month at 5:30 in the HHS library
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The Helena High Bengal Booster Club supports Helena High School extra-curricular activities (as identified in the HHS Student Handbook). The HHS Booster Club’s financial support exists to provide funding that otherwise would not be available through HHS or School District budgets. It is the intent of the HHS Booster Club to contribute money that directly benefits the students of Helena High School, consistent with gender and program equity considerations.
The following are the guidelines that apply to Booster Club funding. All funding commitments and requests are subject to the availability of funds in the Booster Club’s account and budget.
If the extracurricular activity at issue is one that is sanctioned by the Montana High School Association, the HHS Booster Club will provide the following types of funding assistance:
A request for any of the foregoing types of funding assistance must be made in person by either a parent representative associated with the activity, or by a member of the HHS Booster Club Board of Directors. Funds will be issued by check to the sport or activity account; checks are generally not issued to individuals. Effective August 2011: It will be required that a parent representative of each activity requesting money be present at all Booster Club meetings throughout the school year. If the requesting activity is unable to meet the minimum attendance requirements, no funding will be provided for the following year. Parent representatives may represent more than one sport during the monthly meeting.
Additional Requests: Any sport or activity that wishes to receive funding assistance beyond the types identified above may submit a request to the Booster Club. The following procedures and criteria apply to such requests:
Disfavored Requests: The following requests for funding assistance are discouraged and, absent some unusual circumstance, will generally be denied: