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November Students of the Month

November Students of the Month

Congratulations to our November Students of the Month - Hunter Banks, Emily Blankenship, Legend Calimer, Anthony Casey  (not pictured), Joshua Crist, Bowen Davis, Seana Everett (not pictured),  Alexander Fugate, Nurine Javier (not pictured), Abigail Lowery, Amelia Pierce, Ayanna Shields, Madison Spriggs, Madison Ward, and William Wright!

These students were selected by their teams of teachers for their hard work, being respectful, responsible, and having a positive attitude.  The students will be treated to a special "Pizza with the Principals" luncheon with Mr. McCollum and Mr. McKee.

Kona Ice November "Super Students"

Kona Super Students

Congratulations to our Kona Ice November "Super Students" - Tramale Forbes, Philip Gruen, Allison Hale, Kamren Messer, Madigan Stover, and Terell Trotter!  Kona Ice Incentive Day was held on Tuesday, November 19th.

Weisenborn Veterans Day Breakfast

Weisenborn JHS honored our veterans and active duty family members who enjoyed breakfast with their students.  Thank you for your service!




These pictures may be found in the photo galleries to the left (our apologies for not having pictures of everyone in attendance).

Warrior Weekly

warrior weeklyHow HHCS observed Veteran's Day and Mr. Holloway kissing a pig as a reward for students. http://bit.ly/32NOzQf


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No School/Thanksgiving Recess
11/27/2019 - 11/29/2019
Board of Education Meeting
@Central Office Board Room at Studebaker, 5954 Longford Road, Huber Heights, OH 45424
Thursday, 12/12/2019
Two Hour Early Dismissal
Friday, 12/13/2019

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2019-2020 District Calendar

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2019-2020 Program of Studies

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You may click on this link or on the image above to visit the StudentWatch hotline website.  The online reporting system and the 1-866-listen2me phone system are for students and parents to report concerns which may affect the peace of mind of students or jeopardize the safety of people or school facilities.  Concerns may include, but are not limited to, bullying, abuse, bomb threats, cyber crimes, discrimination, drugs, health concerns, suspicious behavior, vandalism, fighting, & weapons.  Helpline information helps us maintain school environments that are safe and conducive to learning.  You can rest easy while reporting because your information is secure.