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Huber Heights City Schools

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Huber Heights City Schools Will Be Closed Wednesday March 21st, 2018
Brianna Stauffer Named Dayton LaSertoma International Youth Service Award Recipient

Brianna Stauffer holding her LaSertoma Award certificateRecognized for Community Service with Multiple Groups

Rushmore Elementary Students Pie Teachers in the Face

Rushmore student pieing teacherStudents Turn Tables on Teachers for a Good Cause

Huber Heights City Schools Statement for Threatening Statement on Bathroom Wall
Weisenborn Junior High Receives National Recognition for STEM Program

teachers holding awardNamed a Project Lead the Way Distinguished School

Central Registration Update

New Information for Parents Wanting to Enroll or Re-Enroll their Student in HHCS, See When You Can Make Registration Appointments

Huber Heights City Schools are on a Two Hour Delay and Preschool is on Plan A for March 8th, 2018
Science Night with Mister C

Mister CGet Ready of a Night of Scientific Fun at Charles Huber Elementary. See What Kinds of Hair Raising Science Mister C has in Store!


Huber Heights City Schools Statement for District Lockdown on March 6th, 2018
New Centralized Registration Process for Huber Heights City Schools

Important Information for Parents and Guardians Looking to Enroll or Re-Enroll Their Student

Wayne High School Teacher Named to NASA Program

Kurtz MillerKurtz Miller Serving as Solar System Ambassador

Huber Heights City Schools Statement on Circulating Social Media Threat
Huber Heights City Schools Statement for Power Outages on February 22nd, 2018
Huber Heights City Schools Receive Statewide Recognition

Gina Helmick receiving the Auditor of State AwardSchool District Recognized for Financial Record

Studebaker Preschoolers Thank Huber Heights Police for Work During February Lockdown

Huber Heights police officers posing with Studebaker PreschoolersStudents Put on a Show for Officers

19 Students Advancing Past District Science Fair

Tiara Jackson and her project "Are Finger Print Patterns Inherited?"Inclement Weather Doesn't Stop Students from Having Stand Out Science Fair

Huber Heights City Schools Statement for Wayne High School Student Found with Knife in Bookbag on February 15th, 2018
History Made During Wayne National Signing Day

Tyler Wynkoop and his familyStudent-Athletes Set School Record

Preschool Information Meetings/Open Houses

Important Information for Parents Wanting to Enroll Their Children in Preschool

Superintendent Susan Gunnell Part of Strategic Advancement Talks

Susan Gunnell and other superintendents posing togetherArea Leaders Meet at Sinclair Community College to Discuss the School’s Educational Future

Unique Exhibits at Charles Huber Science Fair

The 12 students advancing to the district Science FairScience Skills on Full Display, Preview for HHCS District Science Fair

Huber Heights City School Statement for School Lockdowns on February 1st, 2018
2018 Spelling Bee District Champion Crowned

HHCS Superintendent Susan Gunnell with Spelling Bee champ Shane Storaci and Amarie GreggStudents Put Spelling Skills to the Test


Warrior Pride Newsletter
Huber Heights City Schools will be participating in the USDA Summer Feeding Program
New Text Book Adoption

Textbooks for the following courses are available at HHCS Central Office, 5954 Longford Rd. for public preview and comment.

AP Physics: 
Serway, Raymond A., Chris Vuille, and John Hughes. College Physics.      Boston, MA: Cengage Learning, 2018. Print.

AP Chemistry:
Tro, Nivaldo. Chemistry: A Molecular Approach, 4th Edtition. Boston,      MA: Person, 2017. Print.


META, our District ITC, is switching to a different URL over the summer. What does this mean to students and parents?

Once the switch occurs, when you logon to ProgressBook as a student or parent for the first time in the fall, your username and password WILL NOT be auto filled.

Therefore, it is very important that you have your student write down their ProgressBook username and password and you as a parent will also need to write down your ProgressBook Parent Viewer username and password before June 1, 2017 to help make a smooth transition when school starts in the fall.