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Superintendent Basora answering questions on Facebook Live 5/27/20

Wayne High School graduation pictures and yearbooks
Beyond the classroom virtual summer camp

Are you interested in a virtual summer camp for your middle or high school student?

 

BEYOND THE CLASSROOM

VIRTUAL SUMMER CAMP 2020

Explore mathematics through engaging activities in an untraditional environment during this week-long math summer program for middle and high school students. Discover the richness and beauty of mathematics and have fun! Build skills and confidence and express your creativity. The program especially encourages female and gender nonconforming students to apply.

Dates:
High school - July 6 to 10
Middle school - July 20 to 24
Cost: Free!

Learn more or apply: math.osu.edu/btc-gem

 

Superintendent Basora answering questions on Facebook Live 5/20/20

Wayne High School 2020 graduation plan
Graduation time slot sign up
Superintendent Basora answering questions on Facebook Live 5/13/20

Special Meeting

View the May 2020 Special Meeting here: https://mediacastweb.huberheightscityschools.org/url/100085

Summer reading options

Interested in summer reading options? Although the local libraries are closed, there are options for literacy opportunities available. Here's a list of options that students can access.

District art gallery
Superintendent Basora answering questions on Facebook Live 5/6/20

Wayne Athletics Director Nate Baker answering questions on Facebook Live 5/5/20

2020-21 Student supply lists
Summer school registration

Summer school registration is now open! Applications for students in grades 8-12 can be submitted here. Courses will be offered in two sessions:

 

  • Session A: June 8 - 26, 2020 (Registration Deadline: June 5, 2020)
  • Session B: July 6 - 24, 2020 (Registration Deadline: June 26, 2020)

 

All classes will be offered online. Health and Financial Literacy can be taken for original credit, and credit recovery courses (English, math, science, and social studies) will be offered for remediation only. The cost per session is $155.

Student who need PE can earn credit by taking the class through TRECA Online School.  Their website is www.treca.org.

Final blizard bag pick-up

Huber Heights City Schools has set dates and times for the final blizzard bag pick-up. Families of students in grades Pre-K - 2 can pick-up blizzard bags on Friday, May 1 from 4 - 8 p.m. at their respective schools. Please try to arrive during your designated time for health and safety reasons. Students with last names A - G are scheduled from 4 - 5 p.m., last names H - O from 5 - 6 p.m., last names P - Z from 6 - 7 p.m., and anyone who is not able to make their assigned time can arrive from 7 - 8 p.m.

2020-21 School fees for grades PK - 12
Superintendent Basora answering questions on Facebook Live 4/29/20

Special Meeting

View the April 2020 Special Meeting here: https://mediacastweb.huberheightscityschools.org/url/100085

Superintendent Basora answering questions on Facebook Live 4/22/20

Studebaker Preschool now registering students

Studebaker Preschool is now registering students for next year The week of April 20th, we will begin to call our next group of students/parents who may come and pick up a registration packet. These packets may be returned to us on Monday, April 27 through Wednesday, April 29 between 9AM to 3PM in order to save a placement for your child. There will be a labeled container in front of the Preschool Entrance doors (by the flag pole) in the front parking lot, to place all completed packets in.

These students were selected from applications that parents completed the week of March 2nd. Please note, there is already a lengthy waiting list for next school year. If you did not complete an application earlier in March, I encourage you to seek other preschools in the area for next year because of the high number of applications we have already received and the limited number of spots that are available. If you suspect a speech or developmental delay with your child, you may request a screening by calling our office at 937-237-6345. Please leave a message and we will return your call.

If you completed an application in March and still have not heard from us, the preschool office will be notifying parents on Friday, May 1 to let you know where your child is on our waiting list. We appreciate everyone’s patience and understanding during this time.

Thank you,
Pamela Krach

Marching band and Warriorettes for the 2020-21 school year

Wayne marching bandInterested in Marching Band and Warriorettes for the 2020-2021 school year? If you are currently in a band class or you are already a Warriorette – disregard this message. If you are not in a band class and are not in contact with Mrs. Showers yet, send an email to Kirsten.showers@huberheightscityschools.org and she will give you a class code to sign up for information. This Google class will not have any graded work but there will be information and documents that you will need access to in order to join Marching Band and Warriorettes.

Superintendent Basora answering questions on Facebook Live 4/16/20

Superintendent Basora answering questions on Facebook Live 4/10/20

Chromebook pick-up reminder

This is a reminder that Chromebook pick-up will be this upcoming Monday, April 13 from 4 - 8 p.m. at each student’s respective school. This is only for families of students in grades 3 - 12 who do not have a computer. Please try to arrive during your designated time for health and safety reasons. Students with last names A - H are scheduled from 4 - 5 p.m., last names I - P from 5 - 6 p.m., last names Q - Z from 6 - 7 p.m., and anyone who is not able to make their assigned time can arrive from 7 - 8 p.m.

Grades 3 - 12 are moving to online learning through Google Classroom on April 14 so it is imperative that families pick-up a Chromebook if they need it.

Hart scholarship information

The Hart Scholarship is awarded annually by the Huber Heights Athletic Foundation. This scholarship is named in honor of Ed Hart, a Huber Heights resident who dedicated much of his time and resources to make our schools and community a better place. Ed passed away in 2004 and his wife, Lou, passed away in 2018. Learn more about application requirements.

 

Multilingual Google Classroom parent tutorials
April Board of Education meeting livestream

View the April 2020 Board of Education meeting livestream here: https://mediacastweb.huberheightscityschools.org/url/100085 

There will be no public comment section on the agenda due to the Board of Education meeting being livestreamed.

Student registration

Beginning Thursday, April 9, 2020 from 5 – 8 p.m., parents may pick up a registration packet for kindergarten students only in the entrance way to Central Office at the Studebaker building on Longford Road. Learn more details about registration. 

Superintendent Basora answering questions on Facebook Live 4/3/20

Meal pick-up during spring break

Huber Heights City Schools will be on spring break from April 6 - April 10. First Christian Church has graciously stepped up to provide meal bags to students while schools are closed during this period of time. Meals will be available for pick-up on April 6 from 6 - 10 a.m. at Valley Forge and Wright Brothers Elementary Schools. There will be an alternate pick-up day on April 9 from 6 - 10 a.m. if families are unable to pick-up meals from earlier in the week. This event is not sponsored by Huber Heights City Schools or Huber Heights City Schools Nutrition Services Department, nor does Huber Heights City Schools verify the food quality or nutritional value. Huber Heights City Schools sponsored, meal pick-up will resume on April 13.  

Return dates for Studebaker Preschool registration packets

Parents/guardians who have Studebaker Preschool registration packets for next school year may return these packets on one of the following days: Monday, April 13; Wednesday, April 15; and Friday, April 17 from 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Please place these completed packets in the container that will be labeled outside the front "Preschool Entrance" doors by the flagpole.

The preschool packets must be returned on one of these days in order for us to save a placement for your child next year.

Kindergarten registration packets for current Studebaker Preschool students will be included in the next round of blizzard bags if we are still ordered by the governor to not return back to school after April 30.

Meal pick-up continuing through May 1

Huber Heights City Schools are still providing meal bags to students while schools are closed through May 1. Meal bags will contain breakfast and lunch for five days and are available for pick-up on Mondays. Meals will be available for all HHCS students to pick-up at Valley Forge and Wright Brothers Elementary Schools from 6 - 10 a.m. and students do not have to be present. There will be an alternate pick-up day on Thursdays from 6 - 10 a.m. if families are unable to pick-up meals on Mondays. There will be no meal pick-up during the district’s previously scheduled spring break from April 6 - 10. Meal pick-up will resume on April 13.  

Superintendent Basora answering questions on Facebook Live 3/30/20

COVID-19 community update 3/29/20

coronavirusUpdates on state testing, high school graduation, the third grade reading requirement and more

COVID-19 community update 3/28/20

coronavirusSuperintendent Basora provides updates on student work, technology needs and more

Free internet installation from Spectrum

March 27, 2020 – Parents, if you need an internet connection, call 844-488-8395 to have Spectrum install a connection for free. Please do this as quickly as possible. Based on recent developments, Spectrum may be the only option to get a free internet connection for the future. Spectrum is installing internet connections in new student households for free until May 12. Currently, there is approximately a two-week wait time for new requests, but installation fees will be waived. The service can be cancelled at any time, including on the sixtieth day of service. With the current volume of internet requests across the state and country, we ask that you please promptly reach out to Spectrum. Their waiting list is growing each day. Please visit our website for more information: http://bit.ly/2Wes1st 

Blizzard bag and Chromebook pick-up dates

Huber Heights City Schools has set dates for picking up blizzard bags and Chromebooks.

Families of students in grades Pre-K - 2 can pick-up blizzard bags on Friday, April 3 from 4 - 8 p.m. at their respective schools. Please try to arrive during your designated time for health and safety reasons. Students with last names A - H are scheduled from 4 - 5 p.m., last names I - P from 5 - 6 p.m., last names Q - Z from 6 - 7 p.m., and anyone who is not able to make their assigned time can arrive from 7 - 8 p.m.

Families of students in grades 3 - 12 who do not have a computer can pick-up Chromebooks on Monday, April 13 from 4 - 8 p.m. at their respective schools. Please try to arrive during your designated time for health and safety reasons. Students with last names A - H are scheduled from 4 - 5 p.m., last names I - P from 5 - 6 p.m., last names Q - Z from 6 - 7 p.m., and anyone who is not able to make their assigned time can arrive from 7 - 8 p.m.

We are providing one Chromebook for every two students. For example, families with three students receive two Chromebooks; families with four students receive two Chromebooks; families with five students receive three Chromebooks; and families with more than five students will be handled on a case-by-case basis. Please go to each student’s respective building with your photo ID to pick-up a Chromebook. Contact your student’s principal if you did not complete the technology survey that was previously sent out or if you have additional questions.

Superintendent Basora answering questions on Facebook Live 3/24/20

Superintendent Basora answering questions on Facebook Live 3/19/20

Advanced Placement classes update

Students who are taking Advanced Placement classes and planning to take the AP exam this spring can take the 45-minute online exam at home. They will be able to take these exams on any device including computers, tablets or smartphones. Taking a photo of handwritten work will also be an option. The exam questions are designed to prevent cheating. AP will use a range of digital security tools and techniques – including plagiarism detection software – to protect the integrity of the exams. Beginning on Wednesday, March 25, students and schools will have access to free, live AP review lessons delivered by AP teachers from across the country. The lessons will focus on reviewing skills and concepts from the first 75% of the course. These mobile-friendly classes are designed to be used alongside work that may be given by schools and will be available on-demand so teachers and students can access them at any time. The specific test dates and free-response question types will be posted by April 3 at AP Central. There will be two different testing dates.

Meal pick-up changes

Huber Heights City Schools will be altering our meal pick-up days beginning Monday, March 23 as a means to limit contact and promote convenience. Meal bags will contain breakfast and lunch for five days and are available to pick-up on Mondays. Meals will be available for all HHCS students to pick-up at Valley Forge and Wright Brothers Elementary Schools from 6 - 10 a.m. and students do not have to be present. There will be an alternate pick-up day on Thursdays if you are unable to pick-up meals on Mondays. We would like to thank our Nutrition Department staff for their dedication to our students as they continue to provide meals during this shutdown.

COVID-19 community update 3/17/20

 

COVID-19 community update 3/15/20

COVID-19Superintendent Basora provides updates on staff duties and pay, student attendance, using facilities and more.

Multilingual resources about COVID-19

washing handsCheck out this roundup of multilingual resources about COVID-19. bit.ly/2INnNjm

You can also call the Ohio Department of Health with your questions at 833-427-5634.

COVID-19 community update 3/12/20

COVID-19Governor DeWine directed all schools to begin an extended three week spring break starting this Tuesday, March 17. Due to our previously scheduled spring break, our schools will be closed from March 17- April 12. Read the full update from superintendent Basora.

Wayne High School spring 2020 Ohio state test schedule - End of Course exams
Wayne students getting involved

Wayne studentsThe hiring process is in full swing. Wayne High School students are being prepared for their interview with the Wayne principal finalists.

Warrior Weekly

Warrior WeeklyWright Brothers Elementary received a $5,000 donation and a pizza party for the whole school from Casey’s General Stores. See how the school won the support and other highlights in Warrior Weekly. http://bit.ly/2TIzld0

Warrior Weekly

Warrior WeeklyMonticello Elementary fifth graders Jayvaun Butler and Mason Moore are leading the #DaytonChallenge at their school. Here’s what the school is doing for the challenge and other highlights in this edition of Warrior Weekly. http://bit.ly/2Touhu5

COVID-19 letter

COVID-19The letter to our school community about COVID-19

Senior yearbook information

Seniors, don’t forget your yearbook quote and resume forms are due to Mrs. Leffew in E208 by Friday, March 6. If you were not able to schedule an appointment to get your picture taken by Expressions for the yearbook and composite, they will be at Wayne High School on March 17 from 2:50 – 3:50 p.m. in the multipurpose room. The cost is $20 and you must bring exact change. This is your last chance to be part of the yearbook and the class composite.

Pamela Bitsko-Krach named Charles Huber Elementary principal

Pam Bitsko-Krach“I’m honored to continue the next step in my career to support our students, staff and families,” she said about her new appointment.

Read Across America

superintendent BasoraCheck out superintendent Basora reading “Pete the Cat and his Four Groovy Buttons” on National Read Across America Day http://bit.ly/39c0trg  

Wayne High School principal candidate forums

Wayne High SchoolWe are in the middle of an exciting hiring process for our next Wayne High School Principal. As an essential part of our process, the three finalists will each be asked to give a personal presentation to parents and community members, followed by a structured question and answer time. At the end of the presentation and Q&A time, you will have a chance to give feedback for each candidate. The candidate forums are scheduled from 4:30 - 5:30 p.m. on March 10 and 11, 2020 in the Wayne High School library. Each evening will feature a different finalist. We encourage you to attend all three nights.

Family literacy night

campingJoin Charles Huber Elementary for their family literacy night at Camp-Read-A-Lot on March 5, 2020 from 6 - 7 p.m.

Warrior Weekly

Warrior WeeklyRushmore Elementary second grade students put on a special performance for their family and friends. Read more about their performance and other highlights in this edition of Warrior Weekly. http://bit.ly/2HMkqsx

HGML Star Student Deontae Brown

Deontae BrownCongratulations to Deonte Brown for being named the HGML (Humanities, Government & Modern Language) Star Student at Sinclair Community College. See his reflections about his time at Sinclair and what he plans to do next.

ACT day at Wayne High School

Feb. 25, 2020 is ACT day at Wayne High School. All Juniors will be taking the ACT. All Sophomores will be taking the Pre-ACT. Juniors and Sophomores are required to be at their testing location by 7:50 a.m. to participate in ACT testing. Juniors will be released at 12:45 p.m. and Sophomores will be released at noon. All students must be off campus by 1:15 p.m. Lunch will be provided for Juniors and Sophomores upon their dismissal time. If you have any questions, please contact your child’s counselor.

 

Freshmen and Seniors are not required to report to Wayne High School on Feb. 25. Freshmen and Seniors may consider using this time to job shadow, take a college visit, or volunteer. These opportunities are optional and will not be supervised by school staff. All volunteering and job shadowing opportunities are to be arranged independently by the student and their family. These opportunities are optional for Freshmen and Seniors.

Warrior Weekly

Warrior WeeklyCheck out the latest district roundup in this edition of Warrior Weekly. http://bit.ly/2SRieFA

2020 District science fair results

science fairCheck out the results and who's eligible to advance to the West District Science Day

Warrior Weekly

Warrior WeeklyA snow day isn't going to stop the Warrior Weekly from coming your way. Check out the special achievements by the Wayne High School Air Force Junior ROTC and others across the district. http://bit.ly/2S5zgQV  

Warrior Weekly

Warrior WeeklyIt was a busy week in Huber Heights City Schools. See how students were active in the classroom. http://bit.ly/38VWej1

MVCTC meeting

Miami Valley Career Technology Center (MVCTC) will host its annual College Credit Plus (CCP) meeting for returning students in the class of 2021 next month. The meeting will take place on Feb. 13, 2020 at 6:00 p.m. in the Student Activity Center at the Hoke Road Campus. Students and parents are encouraged to attend to learn about the CCP opportunities at MVCTC, which allow students to earn high school and college credit at the same time. More than 300 MVCTC students currently participate in CCP programs and they are on pace to earn more than 2,100 semester hours during the 2019-20 school year. Visit http://www.mvctc.com/college-options for more information.

A special look at the district's finances | Part 1 of 4

podcastLearn more about the background and historical context of the district's finances on The Warrior Path Podcast

Warrior Weekly

Warrior WeeklySee how science is being utilized in the classroom. Plus, get an inside look at the district's finances. http://bit.ly/3aAp1vj  

Studebaker Preschool information

Beginning on Monday, March 2 through Friday, March 6, 2020 from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., parents and guardians may come to Studebaker Preschool to fill out an application if you are interested in sending your child to preschool for the 2020-21 school year. Studebaker Preschool is an integrated preschool program that provides early intervention opportunities to children ages 3-5 for both typical students and students with disabilities. Enter through the main entrance to Studebaker and sign in at the front desk. Call the preschool office at 937-237-6345 with further questions.

Warrior Weekly

Warrior WeeklyHow student achievements are being recognized and celebrated across the district. http://bit.ly/2R2yHqs

Studebaker Preschool first preschool in nation to earn Purple Star award

Studebaker Purple StarRead more about the special ceremony for the designation

Warrior Weekly

Warrior WeeklyThe district is getting back into the swing of things after winter break. See some innovative learning practices in classrooms. http://bit.ly/2R66vlj  

The Laura Kuebel Perspective

Check out this video by the Montgomery County Educational Service Center about school psychologist Laura Kuebel. Laura gives her perspective on life and working in education while battling stage IV cancer.

All Shook Up POSTPONED to April DATES TO BE DETERMINED

all shook upALL Tickets for “All Shook Up” are TRANSFERABLE TO rescheduled dates. Tickets can be purchased at https://waynehs.booktix.com/ for $10 in advance and all tickets at the door are $15. Don’t miss out on your favorite “Heartbreak Hotel” and “Jailhouse Rock” showstoppers. Motorcycle Cruise-In  CANCELLED March 14 @Noon

Episode 9 | The Warrior Path Podcast

Susan GunnellOutgoing superintendent Susan Gunnell reflects on her career in Huber Heights City Schools and what's next in her life

Episode 10 | The Warrior Path Podcast

Mario BasoraLearn more about the personal background and interests of new superintendent Mario Basora

Episode 11 | The Warrior Path Podcast

Warrior Path PodcastHow yoga is being utilized in the classroom in Huber Heights City Schools

Episode 13 | The Warrior Path Podcast

Carlos GarciaHow Carlos Garcia overcame numerous obstacles to graduate from Wayne High School

Episode 14 | The Warrior Path Podcast

Warrior Path PodcastLearn about the City Bags program and how you can help their fundraising efforts

Warrior Weekly

Warrior WeeklySee the holiday cheer throughout Huber Heights City Schools. http://bit.ly/35IYJUL  

Wayne High School exam schedule

exam schedule

Warrior Weekly

Warrior WeeklyMusical, artistic and scientific talents are on full display in this edition of Warrior Weekly. Plus see how students had some holiday fun in class. http://bit.ly/34kJ5gS

Episode 12 | The Warrior Path Podcast

AJ RickerA spotlight on AJ Ricker earning an award from the National Council of Teacher of English and its significance

Warrior Weekly

warrior weeklyStudents playing in the Special Wish volleyball match for charity and what they have been learning while studying history. http://bit.ly/36eTyfb

Warrior Weekly

Warrior WeeklyHow students and staff are helping others in need and literacy nights in the schools. http://bit.ly/2XDXFy8

Wright Brothers Elementary statement

Dear Huber Heights Schools Families & Friends,

Yesterday afternoon (Nov. 21, 2019), while leaving school grounds, a student was communicated with by a person in the back seat of a silver four door vehicle waiting in the Wright Brothers Elementary School car pick-up line.  A person in the backseat of the car allegedly asked the student to approach his car.  The student ignored the person, continued home, and told his parents.  Wright Brothers principal, Mr. Holloway, became aware of the concern today and has shared it with teachers.  After doing additional research, it was determined that the person was actually an older student riding in the back seat of his mother's car while they were in line to pick-up his younger sibling.  It does not appear there was any malintent on the part of the older student.  We don't believe there is a threat in this case and feel that all students are safe.  This is a good reminder to please talk with your children about communicating with strangers to and from school to ensure their safety.  Have a great weekend!

Mario Basora

Superintendent

Huber Heights City Schools

Administrative assistant job opening

job postingHHCS is searching for an administrative assistant in the district's Central Office. View the job description and and apply here: http://bit.ly/2QOqw1z

The deadline to apply is Dec. 6, 2019. Pass this on to anyone you think would be a great fit for the position.

Warrior Weekly

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

Construction career expo video

Check out this video by the Montgomery County Educational Service Center featuring Wayne High School counselor Toni Gore. See what advice she has for students after graduating from high school.

Wayne High School theatre students receive state-wide recognition

wayne theatreThirty Wayne High School students are headed to the Ohio State Thespian Conference. The fall play, Delirium's Daughters by Nicholas Korn, was selected to perform in a fully ticketed venue on March 27 – 29, 2020 at Dublin Scioto High School. Students can earn scholarships, complete workshops, audition for colleges and qualify for the International Thespian National Festival in June 2020 at Indiana University. Fourteen students will also perform at the Southwest Thespian Conference in December to showcase student-produced one act productions.

Warrior Weekly

yoga in the classroomHow yoga is being utilized in the classroom and Wayne High School theatre students receive state-wide recognition. Click here to read Warrior Weekly.

Studebaker Preschool psychologist wins award

Laura KuebelCongratulations to Laura Kuebel for winning the 2019 Ohio School Psychologists Early Career Award. Read the feature story about her written by the Montgomery County Educational Service Center.

Statement About Threatening Message Written in Wayne High School Restroom
Statement on threatening social media post
Getting active in Warrior Weekly

ben ayersTake a look at Mr. Ayers throwing it down. See why he busted out his hooping skills in the latest Warrior Weekly.

2019-20 Theatre Productions

2019-20 theatre productionsTickets are available through the Bursar's Office at 937-233-6431 or at the door of the event. Contact Christy Barker at christy.barker@huberheightscityschools.org for further information.

Warrior Weekly

warrior weeklyIn this edition: Homecoming week and ways schools in the district are educating the whole student. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Zy78o01lPdXihAESBvido-ghIVlv4SUZsY_qcwrlXo4/edit?usp=sharing

Warrior Weekly

Catie ZbindenCongrats to Rushmore Elementary sixth grader Catie Zbinden. Her science project was selected as a Top 300 Semi-Finalist for the Broadcomm Masters program. Find out what's next for Catie and other important updates in the latest edition of Warrior Weekly. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1CPxcAtHhG7LhTb-JSA-qxxOKBh9Ljg5BEi3Rf6fgzlQ/edit?usp=sharing 

Warrior Weekly: Development In The District

work placesThis edition features important announcements, academic progression and student recognition. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1wvplDKs3FbTvn9yDpwRwfGpZiZUy8U-0nPutnxZMwcE/edit?usp=sharing

MVCTC Collaborates with Partner Districts to offer Career Technical Options for Area High School Students

MVCTC Wayne High School studentsMVCTC works with Wayne High School to prepare students for real-world careers

Lock Down Statement

9/4/19 – Huber Heights City Schools (HHCS) implemented a precautionary district-wide lock down today. All students were required to remain indoors with all outside entrances closed and locked for the remainder of the school day. Students were able to move between classes within their building, but were not permitted outside the building. Dismissal for the day was conducted as normal.

 

The precautionary lock down was caused by an armed robbery taking place near Wright Brothers Elementary, Monticello Elementary, Weisenborn Junior High and Wayne High School. The lock down was expanded to be district wide as a measure to ensure student and staff safety. The suspect fled the scene and is being pursued by police.

 

HHCS administration is fully committed to working with the Huber Heights Police Department to ensure the safety of all students and staff.

Warrior Weekly: STEM Day in the Park X, Fall Sports & More

warrior weeklyThe second edition of Warrior Weekly is here. This issue covers a variety of topics including STEM Day in the Park X, art in the classroom, fall sports getting started, and more. https://docs.google.com/document/d/15vLpx8CTO2zD6-X8to8eWMC3OL5yNWvD2Q-GhxeB5-I/edit?usp=sharing

Important Update from Huber Heights City Schools

Huber Heights City Schools (HHCS) administration learned that a former Wayne High School student attended tonight's (8/23/19) football game with a concealed weapon in his possession. Upon discovering this, the HHCS administration immediately contacted the Huber Heights Police Department, who quickly apprehended the individual and brought him into custody. All students are safe and the game went on without interruption. HHCS administration is fully committed to working closely with the HH police  to help ensure the safety of all students and spectators at all district events.

Warrior Weekly: Summer Activities & School is Back

welcome back to schoolIntroducing Warrior Weekly! Our first edition revisits what happened in the district during the summer, the first week of school festivities, and events in each building. Click the following link to view: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1uVTgt5VSvmz-FiNfuZ74EeHTMX1HqNUeFUeYtOx9MJ8/edit?usp=sharing

Wayne High School Renaissance
Episode 9 | The Warrior Path Podcast

susan gunnellListen as former superintendent Susan Gunnell reflects on her early inspirations, career growth and challenges, and what she has planned next after HHCS

Weisenborn Junior High Important Dates

August 8 & 9 from 9 am – 1 pm: 8th grade students (and 7th grade students who were unable to attend orientation) can pick up their schedules in the lobby

Wayne High School Important Dates

August 7 at 9 am: 9th grade orientation

August 8 from 9-11 am: 11th & 12th grade schedule pickup

August 9 from 9-11 am: 10th grade schedule pickup

Weisenborn STEM Camp

2019 STEM campSTEM camp at Weisenborn Junior High is in the books. Students also showcased their projects and hard work to parents. View the photo gallery on our website. https://www.huberheightscityschools.org/2/Gallery/316

ProgressBook Suite Internet Browser Use

progressbook logoThe ProgressBook Suite – including DASL, GradeBook, and ParentAccess – for the 2019-20 school year must be accessed using Google Chrome or Safari.

Wayne High School Student Has Top 10 Finish In International Leadership Conference

Brooklyn McFaddenCongratulations to Wayne High School senior Brooklynn McFadden for her top 10 finish in the International Life Support Skills Contest

Young Scholars Program

young scholars programThe Young Scholars Program is now accepting applications for the 2019-2020 school year. Learn more about the program and how to apply.

2019-20 Parking Pass Information

Seniors may purchase parking passes starting on August 6 at 8 am. Juniors may purchase parking passes starting on August 7 at 8 am. All students may purchase parking passes starting on August 8 at 8 am.

 

Students may use their 3rd quarter renaissance card to receive the following discounts:
Gold - Free
Red - $10
None - $20

 

Please fill out the two-sided parking pass application and a parent's signature is required. Click here for the parking pass application. Bring your driver's license and proof of insurance. Passes are issued on a first come, first served basis. Cash, checks, and credit cards are accepted. 

Wayne High School Freshman Orientation

freshman orientationFreshman Orientation will be on August 7, 2019 from 9 am - 12 pm. This is a student-driven event, but parents are welcome to attend. Please enter through the STUDENT ENTRANCE in the back of the building for check in.

Miami University Bridges Program

Miami University Bridges ProgramMiami University is looking for seniors from the class of 2020 to participate in their Bridges Program. Visit MiamiOH.edu/Bridges for more information and to apply to the program. (Photo Credit: Miami University Communications and Marketing)

STEM Day in the Park X

stem day in the park xCome out for this free family event for PreK-12th grade students on August 24 from 2-6 pm. Bring this registration form with you.

Wayne Students Win 9 Awards at Miami Valley High School Theatre Awards

theatre awardsSee the full list of students who earned awards

Weisenborn Junior High Cheer Camp

weisenborn junior high cheer campWeisenborn Junior High completed their cheer camp. Congratulations to the squad for earning the “best sportsmanship, leadership, and camp wouldn’t be the same without them” award.

State Science Day Competitors Recognized at June Board Meeting

state science day honorees at june board meetingCongratulations to Catherine & James Zbinden and Ziya Patel for their impressive showing at this year's State Science Day. We recognized them at our June board meeting for all their hard work (James had a prior commitment). Learn about the special program the Zbindens will be competing in next.

Wayne Student Participating In Buckeye Boys State

buckeye boys stateWhat Leonardo Howard Jr. will be doing as part of the program

HHCS Gets Debt Credit Rating Upgrade

How the district continues to stay in good financial health

Summer Food Service Program

summer meals programLearn more about breakfast and lunch offered at Wright Brothers Elementary and Weisenborn Junior High

Wright Brothers Kindergartners Drive In Movie Day

drive in movie dayHere's a cozy end of school year activity. Kindergartners at Wright Brothers Elementary had a Drive In Movie Day. Students made their own cars and spent the day watching movies in them. movie drive in day

Wayne Super Seniors Named Volunteer of the Year by YMCA at the Heights

student pictureCongratulations to the Wayne Super Seniors for winning their award. Learn how the students earned the honors.

Valley Forge Career Day

career dayValley Forge had a career day for students. Professionals from the nursing, higher education, law enforcement, and manufacturing industries came and discussed their jobs with students.career day

Deadline for MVCTC Career Camp Extended

The deadline for the summer MVCTC Career Camp has been extended until May 22 for HHCS students. This program is a hands-on career exploration for students who will be in the 8th, 9th and 10th grades next year. The Career Camp will be held June 3rd through June 5th from 8:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Lunch will be provided and students will receive a camp t-shirt with their $50 registration fee. Registration can be completed online at http://www.mvctc.com/camps. Free transportation will be provided from Wayne to MVCTC on a first-come, first-served basis.  Students can sign up for busing in the Guidance Office.

Rushmore Choir Sings National Anthem at Dayton Dragons Game

 

The Rushmore Elementary choir recently sang the national anthem at a Dayton Dragons baseball game. Watch their performance in the video.

 

Valley Forge Writers' Tea & Open House

writers' teaStudents showcased their work to their class mates and teachers. They also enjoyed a snack while reading to each other.

Military Signing Day

military signing dayHow students are feeling about serving their country after high school

Senior Walk at Elementary Schools

 

 

Graduation is almost here. Wayne High School seniors were applauded as they walked at elementary schools in the district. In this video seniors are walking at Charles Huber Elementary.

 

An Evening of Fine Arts

evening of fine artsCreative art work was on full display during this year's Evening of Fine Arts. View the full photo gallery.

Wayne College Signing Day
Beckstrom Orthodontics Visits Monticello

student signing shirtBeckstrom Orthodontics visited Monticello Elementary and brought donuts and juice for all 6th grade students. The students were given a Class of 2025 shirt with Dr. Seuss's saying “Oh the Places You’ll Go” and spent time signing each other’s shirts.students eating donuts

School Supplies List

back to school2019-2020 PreK School Supply List

2019-2020 K-6 School Supply List

 

School supplies lists are also in the "Featured Content" section of each building's homepage

Wayne AFJROTC Earns the 2018-2019 “Silver Star” Community Service with Excellence Award

Wayne JROTCWhat the unit did to win the award

Krizdin Jordan Named MVCTC Health and Consumer Science Student of the Month for March

Krizdin JordanHow Krizdin's instructor says she sets herself apart in the classroom

Weisenborn Junior High Statement For Reported Threat

Weisenborn Junior High students reported a potential threat to the school administration on May 7, 2019. School administration promptly alerted the SRO and began an investigation that was conducted throughout the day. The investigation found that the threat was not credible. Weisenborn continues to put student safety first and will investigate any and all threats.

Weisenborn Career & Education Fair

weisenborn career & education fairWeisenborn students previewed potential careers. Professionals from the medical, software development, skilled trades and other industries introduced students to their jobs. Click here to view the full photo gallery.

Wayne Student Places 3rd In The Nation In National BPA Competition

3rd place BPA winnerCongratulations to Wayne High School student Matt Stuart for placing 3rd in the nation in the Business Professional of America's National Leadership Conference for Fundamental Web Design

Wayne High School Prom 2019
Preschool Extravaganza

preschool extravaganzaBring The Whole Family For Pizza, Activities, And Door Prizes. Parents Can Also Register Their Students For HHCS Kindergarten.

Reception for Superintendent Gunnell

susan gunnellCelebrate Superintendent Gunnell's 34 Years Of Service May 15th from 3:00 pm - 5:30 pm In The Wayne High School Cafe

Lyllia Collier Wins Franklin B. Walter Scholarship

Lyllia Collier and Mrs. ShanaydaHow Lyllia Says Mrs. Shanayda Has Been Influential In Her Life

Purple Up! For Military Kids

purple up for military kidsApril Is Month Of The Military Child, Join The HHCS Community In Wearing Purple On April 18th In Support Of Military Families

Wayne Summer School 2019

wayne summer school 2019Learn More About Registering For Classes

Learn To Earn Dayton Awarded $1,000,000 To Expand Student-Centered Learning

learn to earn daytonHuber Heights One of Four Communities Across Country to Receive Together for Students Support

Abigail Kerestes Places Nationally in Voice of Democracy Competition

abigail kerestesWhy She Says Every Vote Matters

Episode 8 | The Warrior Path Podcast

addams family musicalThe Addams Family Musical Preview With The Special Effects, Stunts, & Treats That Will Thrill Audiences

Parental Involvement Policy

parental involvement policyYour Feedback Will Be Use To Better Serve Our Students & Families. Click Here To Access The Survey.

Legal Notice – Invitation to Bid

legal notice invitation to bidView The Legal Notice

Textbook Adoption

textbook adoptionPreview & Provide Feedback On Materials Up For Adoption

Weisenborn Receives National Recognition For PLTW Program

pltw awardHow Weisenborn Earned The Award

Scholarships

scholarshipsMore Information On The John Edward DeBrosse Renaissance & Heid Family Warriorette Scholarships; Applications Are Due By March 25th, 2019

Episode 7 | The Warrior Path Podcast

book fairHow To Get Students More Interested In Reading & How Parents Can Volunteer For The Book Fair

Valley Forge & Wright Brothers Receive Donations From Burlington Stores

check presentation ceremonyHow The Donations Benefit The Schools

Teachers & Staff Learn About Threat Prevention On Professional Development Day

professional development dayHow Educators Are Better Serving Students

2019-20 Kindergarten Registration Information

2019-20 Kindergarten Registration InformationMore Information On Registering Students

Name For New Baseball/Softball Training Facility

training facilityThe HHCS Board of Education approved the name for the new baseball/softball practice facility during the February Board meeting. The new name is the Warrior Fieldhouse Baseball and Softball Training Facility.

Episode 6 | The Warrior Path Podcast

Maddie DisneyTools The S.O.A.R. Program Is Using To Learn About STEM & Their Achievements In STEM

13 HHCS Students Advancing Past District Science Fair

district science fairSee The Science Fair Projects

Three Finalists To Be Interviewed For HHCS Superintendent Position

three superintendent finalistsLearn More About The Finalists

Weisenborn Students Compete & Advance In Power Of The Pen Competition

power of the pen competitorsRead More About The Competition

HHCS School Psychologist Earns Senior Level Certification

curt hefnerCongrats to HHCS school psychologist Curt Hefner. He earned his Senior Level Nonviolent Crisis Intervention certification from the Crisis Prevention Institute.

Incoming Freshmen Scheduling Meeting

incoming freshmen scheduling meetingFebruary 19th At 6:30 PM In The Wayne High School Cafe

Ticket Information For Boys Basketball Triple Header

ticket informationTicket Information And Game Times

Wayne High School BPA Winners & State Qualifiers

Wayne BPA competitionSee The Full List Of Competitors

Huber Heights Athletic Foundation Continues Making Noteworthy Donations To HHCS

huber heights athletic foundationThe Foundation's Contributions Over The Years

2019 Spelling Bee District Champion Crowned

group spelling bee pictureRead More About The Competition

Studebaker Preschool Application Dates

studebaker preschool application datesInformational Parent Meeting And Open House February 28th From 6-7 pm And March 1st From 1-2 pm

2019-2020 School Calendar

2019-2020 school calendarView The Calendar

Superintendent Job Announcement

superintendent job announcementThe Deadline To Submit An Application Is January 25th, 2019

Charles Huber and Monticello Earn Purple Star Designations

Purple StarMore Information On The Designation

Charles Huber Elementary Students Have Hands On Fun With Science

COSI at Charles Huber ElementaryThe Special Experiments Conducted By Students

Wayne’s AFJROTC Places Second Overall In Drill Competition

drill competitionThe Special Cause Behind The Competition

Charles Huber Elementary Students Rewarded With Ninja Warrior Obstacle Course

ninja obstacle courseWhat Students Did To Earn The Special Reward

Charles Huber 6th Graders Visit Dayton Art Institute

student at Dayton Art InstituteThe Special Connection Students Are Making With Art

Winter One Acts Preview

winter one actsWhat Audiences Can Expect To See On Stage

Episode 5 | The Warrior Path Podcast

The Warrior Path PodcastA Special Look At Wayne High School's JROTC Program And A Preview Of The School's Winter One Act Performances

Art With A Purpose

art with a purposeHow Art Is Making A Difference For Students And Children In Need Around The World

Episode 4 | The Warrior Path Podcast

The Warrior Path Podcast - Episode 4How Arts Are Helping Students Improve Their Self-Esteem And Help Other Children In Need Around The World

Community Forum For Superintendent Search Input

superintendent search community forumGive Your Feedback Regarding The Search For The Next Superintendent

Susan Gunnell Resigning As Huber Heights City Schools Superintendent

Susan GunnellThe Next Steps And A Look Back On Gunnell's Accomplishments In The District

47th Annual Senior Citizens Holiday Dinner

47th annual senior citizens holiday dinnerYou Must Be At Least 60 Years Old And Reside In The Huber Heights School District To Attend. RSVP By Calling 937-237-6300 Option 1 By November 26th.

Family Math Night Gives Parents New Tools To Help Students

students playing math gameMath Games Helping Students Achieve Outside The Classroom

Episode 3 | The Warrior Path Podcast

warrior path podcast - episode 3Tune In And Learn More About The District's Family Math Night And How Senior Night At Wayne Is Helping Students Prepare For Life After Graduation

Episode 2 | The Warrior Path Podcast

warrior path podcast episode 2Check Out The Latest Episode About The Power Scholars Academy And A Profile Of Principal Ben Ayers

Family Engagement Math Night

family engagement math nightLearn More About Our New Math Curriculum And How You Can Support Learning At Home

Episode 1 | The Warrior Path Podcast

subscribe to The Warrior Path podcastSubscribe To The Warrior Path Podcast For The Latest News And Events In The District

Transportation Building Open House

transportation building open houseMark Your Calendars And Join HHCS In Celebrating Its Newly Built Transportation Building!

Wayne Students Compete in SeaPerch Competition

SeaPerch participantsCheck Out The Student's Special Projects

HHCS Searching for Financial Advisory Committee Members

The Committee's Duties And How You Can Join

Wayne Students To Participate In LEGACY Internship

LEGACY internshipWhat Students Will Be Accomplishing During The Internship

Five HHCS Buildings Earn Purple Star Designations

Purple Star designationHow The Schools Earned This Prestigious Honor

HHCS Students Stand Out From Pack at State Science Day

students at State Science DayThe Special Awards Students Won

Summer Professional Development Opportunities

Sign Up To Become A Better Educator In And Out Of The Classroom

HHCS Commends Retiring Teachers and Staff

Retiring teachers and staffWhat Retirees Are Planning To Do Next

Wayne Students Take Home First Place Medal from Tech Prep Showcase

tech prepThe STEM Project That Earned First Place

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

Huber Heights City Schools Statement for District Lockdown on March 6th, 2018
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

 

NEW TRANSPORTATION INFORMATION FOR CTC STUDENTS STARTING MONDAY, AUGUST 28, 2017
Warrior Pride Newsletter
HHCS QUALITY PROFILE 2016-17
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.

PROGRESSBOOK STUDENT AND PARENT VIEWER ALERT

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.

Princess for a Day New Rescheduled Date: April 23rd (2pm - 4pm)

RESCHEDULED
Princess For A Day!!!
Hosted By: Wayne High School Interact Club
PLEASE JOIN US ON SATURDAY APRIL 23, 2016 IN THE WAYNE HIGH SCHOOL CAFETERIA!!
(5400 CHAMBERSBURG RD. HUBER HEIGHTS, OH 45424)
Attention all little girls ages 4-11!

Click here for more information.

Notice to Bidders – Rushmore Elementary Parking Renovations

LEGAL NOTICE

INVITATION TO BID

 

RUSHMORE ELEMENTARY PARKING RENOVATIONS

For

HUBER HEIGHTS CITY SCHOOLS

Accepting Letter of Interest for Vacant Board Seat

The Board of Education is accepting letters of interest for the vacant board seat.  A letter of interest along with a statement of why you want to serve on the board, should be submitted to Kelly Bledsoe, Board President at Kelly.Bledsoe@huberheightscityschools.org by 6:00 PM January 10, 2016.

Candidates will be contacted for interviews to be held on Tuesday, January 12, 2016 beginning at 6:00 PM.  Candidates will be contacted by Mr. Bledsoe with interview times.

This vacancy is the result of the resignation of Mr. Joshua Sullenberger.  HIs term expires on December 31, 2017.

Free Preschool Literacy Event December 3rd!

The Huber Heights Early Readiness Coalition is holding a free Literacy Event offering tools to support reading readiness at home for pre-kindergarten children, birth to five years.  The event will be held from 5:30 to 7 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 3 at Wayne High School.  Pizza and cookies will be served and attendees will have the opportunity to win prizes like book bags and gift cards. A book fair will also be held for parents to purchase books for the holidays. For information or to register, call 237-6300, prompt #2.

Wayne HS Air Force JROTC Invitational Drill Meet December 12, 2015
FLU MIST VACCINE CANCELLED

Dayton & Montgomery County Public Health has informed the District that they are unable to administer the Flu Mist Vaccine on Wednesday, November 4, 2015 due to a manufacturer shortage of the mist. 

We apologize for the inconvenience

 

 

STEM Day VI

Saturday, September 26, 2:00 PM - 6:00 PM

STEM Day in the Park VI is a FREE Family Event.  Volunteers are needed.  See attached flyers for additional information.

Registration Form

Volunteer Information

CTC Student Pickup

Bus pickup for CTC Students at Wayne High School will be located in the southwest corner of the parking lot near the football field.

Wayne High School Student Parking Information
CHILDREN FIRST 2020 WARRIOR PRIDE STRATEGIC PLANNING

Five Core Capabilities Team Meeting Dates
Goal: Formulate Action Plans

SchoolMessenger

schoolmessenger logoInstructions on editing your SchoolMessenger account settings

Mario Basora Named Next HHCS Superintendent

Mario BasoraLearn More About Mario

Six Candidates To Be Interviewed For HHCS Superintendent Position

Six Candidates To Be Interviewed For HHCS Superintendent PositionLearn More About The Candidates

Submit Baseball/Softball Facility Naming Form
Summer 2018 Recap

summer 2018 recapContrary To Popular Belief, HHCS Doesn't Shut Down During The Summer. Learn About All That Happened While School Was Out Of Session.

Rebekah Spence Earns Scholarship from MCESC

The Special Criteria to Earn the ScholarshipRebekah Spence Scholarship Photo

Board of Education Vacancy

The Huber Heights City Schools is accepting applications for a Board vacancy

Due to the resignation of Board member Mrs. Krista Tipton, the Huber Heights City Schools is accepting applications for filling of this vacancy.

The term will be through December 31, 2017.  Timeline for this appointment is as follows:

  • Application Deadline Sunday, February 19, 2017, 4:00 p.m. EST
  • Interviews, Saturday, February 25, 2017 starting at 9:00 a.m.
  • Appointment at the Board of Education regular Board meeting, Thursday, March 9, 2017

A letter of interest and resume should be submitted to Gina Helmick, Treasurer at:

gina.helmick@huberheightscityschools.org

or mailed to her attention to 5954 Longford Road, Huber Heights, OH  45424

Questions regarding this vacancy can be directed to Ms. Helmick at 937.237.4126.

Pay For It - Log ins

 

Important Changes to PayForIt.net Logins 
 

CTC Transportation Information

 2016-2017 CTC Transportation Information

  For the 2016-2017 school year, buses will pick up and drop off CTC students at the Wayne High School student parking lot. 

Parking is available for those students who drive to Wayne High School. Students will need to purchase a parking pass for a $20.00 fee.

Titus is another location students can access a bus for CTC. Buses will pick up and drop off students at that location.

Buses will leave at 7:20 a.m. and will return at 2:55 p.m.

If you have any questions concerning Bus transportation to CTC please call the Transportation Department at 237-6385.

 

CALLING ALL WARRIORS – WE NEED YOUR VOTE!

Bill Sanders, custodian at Wright Brothers Elementary School, has been named one of 10 national finalists for Janitor of the Year contest. Sponsored by Cintas Corporation, the contest recognizes the best-of-the-best in school janitors. The winner receives a $5,000 cash prize and the school receives $5,000 in Cintas and Rubbermaid products and services.

Click HERE to “Vote for Bill Sanders” 
 

 

 

Updating Parent and Guardian Information In SchoolMessenger

Parents and guardians needing to update your primary or emergency contact information need to do so through the secretary in your student's building. Other contact information can be added through the SchoolMessenger app on Google Play or the Apple App Store.

Family Engagement Literacy Night

family engagement literacy nightMore Information For Parents & Guardians About Supporting Learning At Home

Superintendent Search

Superintendent SearchThe Timeline And Questionnaire For Finding The Next HHCS Superintendent

STEM Day In The Park

STEM Day In The ParkGet Ready For A Free And Fun-Filled Science Learning Experience

Huber Heights Board of Education Objects to TIF

The Board's Ultimate Responsibility is Our Students. Read Why the Board is Objecting to the TIF

Congratulations to the Studebaker Preschool for receiving a 5-Star Award from the State of Ohio!

Preschoool award

Ticket Information For The Addams Family Musical

addams family musical flyerGet Your Tickets Now For The Creepy And Kooky Musical

Weisenborn Junior High MakerSpace

Weisenborn MakerSpaceMore Details On The New Environment For Students And How You Can Donate Materials

Back To School Info For Elementary Schools

back to school info for elementary schoolsOpen House Dates, Class Lists, Lunch Price, and School Supply Info For Elementary Schools

Parental Involvement Policy

Provide Your Feedback So We Can Better Serve Our Students and Families

Latest edition of the Warrior Pride Newsletter!
Copier and printer request for proposal print management demo scheduler

To schedule an optional demo of your print management solution, please click "Read More" below. There are available appointments all day on Monday, May 4th and the afternoon of Tuesday, May 5th.

Huber Heights Athletic Foundation Accepting Nominations For 2019 Wayne Athletics Hall of Fame Class

hof nominationsThe Huber Heights Athletic Foundation is accepting nominations for the Wayne Athletics Hall of Fame Class for 2019. Email huberheightsathleticfoundation@gmail.com for a nomination form. The deadline is March 1st, 2019.

2018 Wayne Summer Scholars

Register Today and Get Academically Ahead This Summer

New Centralized Registration Process for Huber Heights City Schools

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

LEGAL NOTICE

INVITATION TO BID
PERFORMING ARTS CENTER RENOVATION PROJECT

 

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Air Force JROTC Summer Leadership School

JROTC LogoRegister Today and Join a Distinguished Group of Students

Nine HHCS Students Heading to State Science Day Competition

science day group pictureSee the Special Awards Earned by HHCS Students

Valley Forge Students Using 3D Printers from Grant

students using a 3D printerCheck Out the Special Ways Students are Using 3D Printers in the Classroom