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Humboldt Community School District

High School Announcements

April 14, 2021

               

  • High School Activities
    • Thursday, April 15G Track @ Ft. Dodge 4:30
      • B Track @ Waldorf College Track vs Forest City 4:30
      • “Annie” 7:00
    • Friday, April 16
      • “Annie” 7:00
    • Saturday, April 17
      • “Annie” 3:00 
  • During the week of April 12, 2021, students in grades 9-11 will be taking the Iowa Statewide Assessment of Student Progress (ISASP) formerly known as the Iowa Tests of Educational Development Assessments. We will be running a shortened schedule on those days. The schedule is below.Students taking Composition II (College English), those attending the Career Academy, and students in Introduction to Construction, and/or AutoHub will go to their college classes as usual. Juniors will need to make arrangements with Mrs. Powers to make up the ISASP Assessments. ​​​​​​​Seniors will be expected to report to the cafeteria at 8:15 on Thursday, April 15, and Friday, April 16th to finalize things for graduation. Attendance will be taken.

ISASP Schedule 2021

 

Thursday, April 15

   

Frday, April 16

Testing Time: 8:15-9:30

   

Testing Time: 8:15-10:15

Passing Time: 10 min

   

Passing Time: 10 min

Period

Time

 

Period

Time

1

9:40-10:12

 

1

10:25-10:51

2

10:17-10:49

 

2

10:56-11:22

3

10:54-11:26

 

5A

11:27-11:49

5A

11:31-11:53

 

5B

11:54-12:16

5B

11:58-12:21

 

5C

12:21-12:43

5C

12:26-12:48

 

3

12:48-1:14

4

12:53-1:26

 

4

1:19-1:45

6

1:31-2:04

 

6

1:50-2:17

7

2:09-2:42

 

7

2:22-2:49

8

2:47-3:20

 

8

2:54-3:20

 

  • "Annie” tickets are now available in the high school office. You may come in during regular business hours and select your seat. Tickets are $8.00 for adults; $5.00 for students. “Annie” will be performed on Thursday and Friday at 7:00 and Saturday at 3:00. Mitigation strategies will be in place, masks are required for all audience members.
  • Safe School Helpline® is a 24 hour service that allows our school community to anonymously report wrongdoing or concerns such as violence, drugs/alcohol, vaping, bullying, etc. There are multiple ways to make an anonymous report. These include:Call 1-800-4-1-VOICE, ext. 359 (418-6423)Text 66746 then type TIPS.Safe School Helpline® mobile app on an Android or Apple phonewww.safeschoolshelpline.com.Your calls and messages will not be traced, and you will not be identified.  The Safe School Helpline® team will transcribe and fax your message to necessary school officials and/or the LEC, so appropriate action can be taken. More information will be coming out soon. Please direct questions to administration.
  • Just a reminder: Check your speed in the parking lot Make sure you are parking in an actual parking spot. This is for the safety of all individuals and allows necessary vehicles enough space to safely get through. We have had multiple reports of concerns. Consequences may be given which could include detention, ISS, OSS, suspended license, tickets, etc. Thank you, Administration!
  • Online courses end on Monday, April 19th. Students will continue to report to study hall until the 19th even if they are finished with the course. Students enrolled in virtual or face-to-face courses will follow the finals schedule. See Mrs. Powers for the schedule. Remember to turn in your textbooks. 
  • Campus clean up has been rescheduled to Wednesday, April 14 during homeroom.
  • The Humboldt Music Boosters are holding their monthly meeting on Monday, April 19th at 6:30 PM.  All music parents are encouraged to attend!!  The meeting will be held in the High School Media Center.  See you there!
  • FCA will meet every Wednesday at 7:15 AM in Room #21. 

Senior Information

  • If any student would like to help produce the senior video, please contact Craig Orness at 515.890.0508. This video will be shown at graduation and the senior breakfast. This can be used for Silver Cord hours. 
  • Attention Senior Parents!  We need your help getting pictures for the senior video.  What we need is a current picture and a fun younger picture of your senior.  When you submit the picture, please have the picture labeled with at least their last name.  They do NOT need to be high resolution.  Here is how to submit them.

1)  Email them to craigorness@gmail.com
2)  If you have a gmail account, you can upload them directly to this
link.
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1uTkldxL63L8kXB0vpv3ikxHlTpqKhjEH?usp=sharing

  • Seniors—Silver Cord hours need to be turned in by May 1.
  • Senior Music Banquet will be held on Saturday, May 8th.  It will start at 5:30 and usually lasts a couple hours.  The students will receive an invite with more information when the time gets closer.
  • We are excited to be able to have the Senior Breakfast this year on Thursday, May 20, at 9:00.This year, the breakfast will look a little different from the past and will be for students only and will be held in the HS Cafeteria. If you plan to attend, please let the office know by April 30 so we have a count for meals. Students are asked to pay $10 to cover the cost of the breakfast, and that can be taken care of in the office.

Prom Information

  • Tickets are on sale ($15 HHS student, $18 Non HHS Student) from 4/13-4/21.  If your guest is from out of town or graduated high school, then you need to have the permission slip (outside of the office) signed before purchasing the tickets. 
  • Junior & Seniors-You should have received an email last week to register yourself & date to attend Post Prom.  Please also complete the google doc link included in that email.  This is in addition to the 2 release forms that need signed for the activities.
  • Release forms for After Prom activities (Escape Room and Inflatables) are available on the table outside of the office. There is a separate release for each of the activities. Please pick up your release form/forms and return to the basket on the table prior to April 22.  Escape Room Form   Inflatable FormScholarship Information

Scholarship Information

  • Ag Coop Safety Directors of Iowa Scholarship-Deadline: April 30, 2021This scholarship is available for any Iowa High School seniors who may be continuing their education in an Agricultural or Safety related field after high school. Complete the application and submit an essay on "What does Ag Safety mean to you?" One letter of recommendation from a non-family member is also required. The applications are available on the table outside the office.
  • The Dallas Clark Foundation is a nonprofit organization established by Dallas Clark, a native of Livermore, Iowa. One of the initiatives of The Dallas Clark Foundation is to assist students from the Humboldt and Kossuth County area who are pursuing post-secondary education by awarding college scholarships. This year, The Dallas Clark Foundation is awarding ten $3,000 scholarships. To apply for a 2021 Dallas Clark Foundation Scholarship, please complete this application and mail it to P.O. Box 44, Livermore, Iowa 50558 on or before April 16, 2021. 
  • The Sue Beach Memorial Scholarship has been established to honor the memory of Sue Beach, who loved her family, had a passion for education, and found great joy in giving and  blessing those around her. Two scholarships will be  awarded annually to one male and one female Humboldt High School graduating seniors pursuing a post-secondary degree in the field of education. To be considered for one of these scholarships, please complete the application and mail it to: 201 12th St. SW, Humboldt, IA 50548 on or before Friday, April 16th, 2021. Applications are available on the table outside of the office.

 

 

                          

 

                                                                                              

                                                                                                                                                        

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