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Jan 30 9:22am

January 30

HHS Drama Presents "Drama Shorts" - February 2

The HHS Drama Club will present "Drama Shorts" on Monday, February 2, at 7:00 p.m. in the Band Room.  Come enjoy a program of short scenes and musical numbers.  Admission is free.

Sadies Hawaiian Luau Dance – January 30

There will be a 9-12 Sadies Hawaiian Luau Dance tonight, after the basketball games, from 9:00 – 11:30 p.m.  Dress in beach/Hawaiian attire. School dress code must be followed. Singles: Dressed up $3 - Not dressed up $5. Couples: Dressed up $5 - Not dressed up $7


National Honor Society is sponsoring pennies for patients through next Tuesday. This event helps children with blood cancers such as leukemia. This year the NHS members have chosen to keep a percentage of what we raise to help local community members with cancer. Please bring spare change to donate to this worthy cause. There are boxes in advisors classes. The class that raises the most money will get a root beer float party. Any change is gladly accepted any day! Thank you for your generous support.

Sophomore/Junior Conference Change

The Sophomore/Junior Conferences have been rescheduled from February 5  to February 9.  Parents will be receiving letters with scheduled conference times.

FBLA Valentine Cookies

FBLA will be selling homemade valentine butter cookies with frosting.  See an FBLA member or Mrs. Collins to order by February 10th.  Delivery will be Thursday, February 12th.

Youth Diversity Conference

The “Attitudes For Success” Youth Leadership Diversity Conference for students in grades 7-12 has been scheduled for Tuesday, March 10, 2015 from 8:20 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the Pendleton Convention Center.  Applications are available in the Counseling Office or in the holder by the office.  They are due to the office today.

Dodge Ball Tournament – February 12

There will be a Dodge Ball Tournament, sponsored by the 8th grade, on February 12, at 5:30 p.m.  Teams consist of eight members at $40 per team. Please contact Mr. Palmer at palmer@morrow.k12.or.us or Mrs. Dickenson at dickene@morrow.k12.or.us at HHS if you have any questions.

Project Graduation Meeting – February 2

There will be a Project Graduation senior parent meeting on Monday, February 2 in the HHS Library at 6:00 p.m.

Oregon National Guard Representative Dates

There will be an Oregon National Guard representative at HHS on February 2, March 16, April 20, and May 18.

Jan 29 11:19am

Heppner High boasts high graduation rate for 2013-2014!

The Oregon Department of Education today (Jan. 29) released to the public the 2013-2014 school year graduation rates, and Heppner High was near the top of the pack with an overall 96.3% rate in the 4-year cohort (which includes all students who started high school in 2010-2011 school year and graduated with a regular or modified diploma). This is higher than the state average of 71.98%, and is an outstanding achievement for our students, parents and staff!

The graduation rate report for Heppner also breaks down the graduation rate by category. The report indicates 100% of boys and 91.67% of girls graduated last year. In the economically disadvantaged student category, Heppner earned a 90% rate.

For a more detailed look at Heppner's graduation rate, please click here, and scroll down to the Morrow County School District.