Spring 2016
HHS jumper leaps to state win
By the time HHS long jumper Kedrick Johnson reached the state track meet, he realized there was only one person he needed to beat: himself.
It was his first year competing in the long jump, and with some help from coach Marinella Jiganie, he was able to regain his footing and land the winningest jump. Read more.
Find more stories, photos and videos in: The Columbian

Generosity mends HHES track
When the Elementary School lost a section of its fitness track this spring, students ended up running in the mud … until community members stepped up with donations of time and money.
Read more in: The Reflector  and The Columbian  

HHS student’s resiliency featured
HHS 2016 graduate Drew Beckley was featured in the Columbian’s graduation section this month with other graduating seniors who have overcome significant obstacles.
Read more and see a video at: The Columbian

HHS bands take top honors
The HHS bands received top awards this spring in three days of back-to-back competitions. Read more.
Find more stories in: The Reflector and The Columbian

HMS students make history
HMS eighth grader Jasmine Shigeno’s National History Day project was selected to compete in Washington, D.C., at National History Day—and to be displayed at the Smithsonian National Museum of American History.
Three other HMS students—Morghan Codino, Seanna Miller and Kennedy Carter—also earned state awards. Read more.
Find more stories and photos in: The Reflector 

HMS team wins app award
Have you ever forgotten when to take a medication? Well, there’s an app for that—thanks to an award-winning team of HMS students!
Gabriella Morley, Christa Phillips, Jasmine Shigeno and Madelynn Willis placed third in a statewide app programming competition for their “ReMed” app.
Read more in: The Columbian