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September 27, 2017

HAMPSHIRE HIGH SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wednesday, September 27, 2017

 

Corn Classic Marching Band Festival

Tomorrow night marks the return of the 7th annual Corn Classic Marching Band Festival held once again this year at Hampshire High School.  The festival will feature the marching bands from Burlington Central HS, Genoa-Kingston HS, and our very own Hampshire HS Marching Band.  The show will begin at 7:00 with the National Anthem being performed by the HMS 8th grade band.  Admission is $2 per person or a non-perishable canned food item to be donated to the Hampshire/Burlington Food pantry!   We hope you can join us in the Hampshire HS stadium for an evening of music, marching, and pageantry! 

 

Cross-Country

Congratulations to the boys and girls cross country teams for running some excellent times last night at the Genoa-Kingston Invite.  Sophia Oury took first place again with a 43 second lead over the number 2 runner.  Kyle Blake won his first ever race wearing and Whip-Pur uniform with Tommy Croissant close in tow as the boys took first, second, third, fourth and fifth place in the boys open.  Boys varsity took first place with fast times from Max Beer, Darius Nguepi, and Isai Morales.  Reminder to all cross country athletes to wait in the commons after school until one of your coaches arrive. 

 

Financial Aid Night

Attention seniors. Our annual Financial Aid Night will be held on October 4th from 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM in the Auditorium.  A representative from the Illinois Student Assistance Commission will present on how to apply for financial aid, scholarships, grants, loans, and much more. Graduating seniors and parents are strongly encouraged to attend. Families with underclassmen are also welcome. See your counselor for more information.

 

FCA

Tomorrow there will be an FCA whole group huddle in Mr. Braker’s room #3007 starting at 6:45.  We hope to see you there!

 

GSA Meeting

There will a meeting of the GSA club in the library at 3:05 on Wednesday.  Any questions please see Dr. Hanetho or one of the GSA officers. 

                         

Hurricane Relief

Want to participate in this Friday’s Walk-A-Thon but don’t have 10 email addresses to share?  No worries!  We will be collecting money donations during lunch periods through Thursday.  Any amount is appreciated and will be donated directly to the American Red Cross.  However, if you want to participate in the walk, you need to donate a minimum of $10.  Show your support for those in need, and donate what you can!

 

PSAT Training

Juniors: There will be test prep sessions on Oct. 3rd&5th from 3:05-4:05 to help you prepare for the PSAT/NMSQT exam on Oct. 11th. This is a valuable opportunity to get testing taking tips and practice from teachers here at HHS on the English and math portions of the practice SAT. Cost is $15. Please see Ms. Presz in Student Services to register and contact Mr. Danielson if you have any questions.

 

Sign Language Club

Sign Language Club is starting on Thursday Sept 28th from 3-4pm.  Beginning level will meet in 1008 and intermediate level will meet in 1005.  Hope to see you then!

 

Varsity Soccer

In a non-conference game Varsity Soccer defeated Marian Central Catholic 2-0.   Michael Curatti scored his 5th goal of the season and Braeden Frenette also added a goal.  Andrew Krajecki had 7 saves in goal for the shutout.  

 

Teacher of the Quarter

Hey Whips! Every semester, your HHS teachers vote for students that they think should be Student of the Quarter.  Now, it's your turn! You will be receiving an RCS message with a link to nominate the teacher that you think deserves to be Teacher of the Quarter. Once we tally the top (10) nominations, you will have a chance to vote again among the top nominations and also submit a reason as to why you think this teacher deserves to be Teacher of the Quarter. Nominations will be accepted until next Monday, October 2nd. 

 

Tri-M Meeting

Tri-M Members: Your next chapter meeting will be on Wednesday, October 4th at 7am or 3pm in the orchestra room. We will then meet with Art Club at 3:25pm that day, so plan to be there if you can. See you there!

 

Freshmen Volleyball

The freshmen volleyball team had some tough competition against Prairie Ridge last night.  Kayleen Sese had a great game along with Vanessa Rivera at the service line and Lexi Kolakowski at the net.

 

Sophomore Volleyball

The sophomore volleyball team beat Prairie Ridge in 2 quick sets.  They are undefeated in the second round of our season.  They stayed aggressive with their serves and with attacking & blocking at the net.  Nice job ladies!

 

JV Soccer

The JV Boys Soccer team won in dominating fashion last night. They beat Marian Central Catholic 10-1. The team returns to conference play tomorrow to take on Huntley.

 

Varsity Volleyball

The Varsity Volleyball team challenged the Wolves of Prairie Ridge at home last night but it wasn't quite enough to take them down.  Maggie Seagren had 10 kills and 6 digs & Sophie Holtz had 15 assists and 11 digs for the Whip-purs.  Please join us and cheer them on at Think Pink Night next Tuesday October 3rd.

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Hampshire, IL 60140
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