Electric Monsters

The Sixth graders have finished their Monster projects. This project involves sewing a parallel circuit including 2 LEDs and a battery holder. This forms the “eyes” of the monster. The eye piece is then attached to the body of the monster. The body is sewn and stuffed to complete the monster. Students selected their color for all the components of the project so each is a unique item. Also included are the practice sewing they did to learn the steps necessary for sewing circuits.


WNCC Open House

Yesterday, April 4th, 2018, eight HSHS students attended the WNCC open house for applied technical trades. Students were able to tour 7 technical trades offerings. They were: Advanced manufacturing, Aplied Ag Technology, Auto Body, Auto Tech, Aviation Maintenance, Power Line Construction and Maintenance, and Welding.

Many tours offered simulators and demonstrations from their modern and complete facilities. About 150 students from surrounding areas came to learn about career possibilities and programs that would give them the background for jobs with great potential and the need for skilled technical workers.

“Best high school field trip!” quoted senior Ciara McCance.

Changes to Email Login

Google Apps LogoGoogle Apps for Education, who provides our cloud services, has decided to change the way users log into their email and drive accounts.  In the past, we used only the first part of our email address(our name) for the “email” portion of the login.  Now, we must use our full email addresses to log in.  For example, if your name is Joe Rock you previously used “joe.rock” and your password to log in, you must now use “joe.rock@hshawks.com” and your password to log in.  Again, the difference being that we must now use our FULL EMAIL ADDRESS as our “email”.  Please contact me if you are unable to log in.