HUBBARD HIGH SCHOOL
Friday, January 11, 2019
CCP Information: Current sophomores and juniors that are interested in taking College Credit Plus courses NEXT year must have the qualifying ACT scores to be eligible for the program. The February ACT date is the LAST test date that can be used for CCP qualification. That means that you have only the February ACT test date left. It is your responsibility to get signed up for the ACT by the registration deadline.
Seniors - be sure you are checking the FAFSA and scholarship deadlines for the schools you are applying to! (Carsone)
New Castle School of Trades Scholarship Day will be March 9. Registration is at 9:30 am, and testing is at 10:00 am. You must RSVP by March 4 in order to participate - call 1-800-837-8299. Scholarship Day will be held at the New Castle campus - 4117 Pulaski Road New Castle, PA 16101
All Juniors and Seniors interested in Bridge building may sign up with Mrs I Pizanias in room 211. 3 people per group max. (I. Pizanias)
Seniors: Local scholarships have been posted in the website and will be coming out on Remind. Please check deadlines (Haidaris)
Any freshman interested in running for a class officer's position is asked to submit 25 non-repeating signatures to Mrs. Shattuck in Rm. 114 no later that Monday January 14th. The available class positions are: President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer and Class Historian. Please print your name at the top of your signature list along with your desired position. (Shattuck)
Attention all Hubbard athletes: if you are interested in participating in Indoor Track & Field, please see Coach Greenamyer in room 117 ASAP for information. (Greenamyer)
Club pictures for the yearbook will be taken on Wednesday, January 23 in the morning.
Attention seniors! Best friend pictures will also be taken on Wednesday, January 23. Forms are now available in room 107 . The cost for best friend pictures is $16. A senior must fill out the form and coordinate their group, but underclassmen may be in the photos. There are a limited number of spaces for best friend pictures in the yearbook, so bring your form and payment to Mrs. Schellhorn ASAP! Spaces will go on a first come, first serve basis.
Hello English Festival Members!
I hope your Christmas break was a great one! We are now 3 months away from the 41st annual YSU English Festival and will be meeting after school on Tuesday, January 15th in Room 119 in the middle school to discuss Kwame Alexander's "The Crossover". This text has been unlike any other that we've read so far, and for those of you who've had me for English class in 7th grade you might see some resemblances to Nikki Grimes' "The Bronx Masquerade". What are your thoughts about a novel that tells a story based solely upon poetic structure, rather than one which is traditionally prose? How about a novel which is divided into quarters like a basketball game, rather than chapters like a text? Make note of your favorite poems... Mine include "Why We Only Ate Salad For Thanksgiving", "Fast Break", and "The Last Shot"...and bring them to our meeting for discussion. Looking forward to seeing you all then! (Luther)
Take one take all. We still have FREE books in the HS Media Center storage room. We have boxes and bags you can use to package them up to take home. Come to claim your treasure before Tuesday, January 15th. After Tuesday, these books will be donated to the Hubbard Public Library. (Phiel)
All Students: Please report to Homeroom Monday morning to pick up your Semester 2 Schedule.
YSU Summer Honors Institute applications are available in the guidance office. Students in grades 9 - 11 who have been formally identified as gifted may apply. Students who has a minimum 3.5 cumulative GPA or a minimum composite ACT score of 26 may also apply. Completed application packets are due by April 5, 2019. Students are responsible for returning the application to YSU by the deadline. (Haidaris)
Lunch Menu for Friday, January 11, 2019