Hallway passes made from used Starbucks gift cards. A nontoxic, inexpensive cleaner. Recycling bottle caps instead of throwing them in the garbage.These were just a few of the ideas shared by students at the second annual Clark County Summit for Washington Green Schools.
Students from Grass Valley Elementary School, Skyridge and Liberty middle schools, and Hayes Freedom High School participated in the day-long event last Tuesday, along with their schools’ Green Team advisors.
Read more at the Post Record
This letter explains how your child(ren) can get free or reduced-price meals, as well as information on other benefits. It is sent to all households, posted on the district website and is available in all main offices during the school year.
Free and Reduced Applications
Free and Reduced Applications must be renewed every year at the beginning of the school year in all circumstances in order to insure your student’s lunch status remains the same. Please do not assume if your student qualifies for TANF, or other state programs that their status will be automatically updated.
Free and Reduced Price Meals Application (PDF)
On January 25, HFHS selected Renegades Alicia Pole & Tiffani Pekkala to represent our school in the regional competition of Poetry Out Loud, a national recitation project created by National Endowment for the Arts & the Poetry Foundation. They competed marvelously against students from other Clark County schools at Wy’East MS Tuesday, February 8.
This is our third year participating in the national program. Our Advocacy classes design lessons to develop students’ public speaking skills; students choose their poems from the official Poetry Out Loud selections and practice memorizing & reciting for about a month. Each class selects 1-2 strong performers to compete in the school event.
Way to go, Renegades!