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Upcoming Events

April is Autism Awareness Month

The PASS (Autism) Class from Hays High School is selling T-shirts as a fundraiser.  Order your shirt to be ready for Autism Awareness Month.  The cost of each shirt is $10.  You may place orders beginning Friday, February 23, 2018, through Friday, March 9, 2018. To order see Mrs. Garcia in the front office or Ms. McCann in room B105. Deadline is Friday, March 9th.

Dallas Baptist University

A representative from Dallas Baptist University will be visiting the College & Career Center during lunches Tuesday, March 6th. Grab your lunch and come join us!

Cap10K in Downtown Austin

Do you like walking or jogging? Have you ever wanted to complete a 10K race? The Cap10K is April 8th in downtown Austin, and you can sign up at a discounted fee when you enroll as a school team member. Our school is listed as Hays High School: Rebels with a Cause. If you would like more information or help with registration, stop by room A229.

Project Graduation Dinner Fundraiser

Project Graduation is hosting a dinner at the Plum Creek Golf Course on Saturday, April 7th.  The delicious steak dinner is catered by Texas Roadhouse!  Tickets are $20 each and are available from Mrs. Garcia in the front office.  Come join in on the food and fun and help raise money for Project Graduation!

AP Testing Sign Up

Attention students! If you are electing to take an AP test this year – you must sign up online at AP Total Registration by March 6th. The ink is in the daily announcements that are sent to you. Link to register for AP tests – will be in the announcements http://www.totalregistration.net/AP/443925

SENIORS – LOCAL SCHOLARSHIP

Applications are now available

Join Google Classroom Code:  h022jqr

Any material that needs  to be turned in must be done in person with Ms. Dono

in the College & Career Center during the following times:

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday

8:15 – 8:45

1st, 4th & 7th periods

Youth Art Month

Please Join Hays CSID School as we celebrate Youth Art Month!   Come see artwork from Hays CISD students, participate in Make & Take tables, and bid on the awesome items in the Silent Auction today, March 5th at the Hays CISD Performing Art Center   Show Opens at 2 pm & Reception will be held from 5:30-7: 30 pm

Rebel Run 5K

Hays Rebel Band is hosting the 4th Annual Rebel Run 5K on April 7th in Mountain City, right next to the high school.  Entry fee is only $20!  Come join in the fun.  Get a terrific t-shirt with registration.  We have awards, prizes, and snacks!   Register today on the band website: http://www.haysbands.org

PRIZE ALERT

For the months of February and March, we will have a prize drawing EVERY WEEK for students that had perfect attendance for the week. You heard that right- come to school every period of the week and your name will be entered into a prize drawing. In addition, we will have a grand prize drawing at the end of March for students that had perfect attendance for the entire months of February and March.   On that note, students we know that this cold and flu season has been extra difficult. If you are sick, please turn in your notes upon return to school. Make sure you are taking preventative measures like eating healthy and washing your hands frequently. We have had questions about semester exemptions and absences due to illness. Please know that we have an exemption appeal process, and when the time comes you can complete that form. If you meet all other criteria, are diligent in turning in notes after an absence, and exceeded the allowable number of absences due to illness, you can be granted the opportunity to exempt.

 

Attention Hays High School Students

The Hays Student Handbook States – The district believes that all students learn best in an environment free from dating violence, discrimination, harassment, and retaliation and that their welfare is best served when they are free from this prohibited conduct while attending school. Students are expected to treat other students and district employees with courtesy and respect; to avoid behaviors known to be offensive, and to stop those behaviors when asked or told to stop. District employees are expected to treat students with courtesy and respect.   As a campus, we want all students to feel safe at Hays High School. If you have any questions or concerns please report any incidents to your Assistant Principal.

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