Back, Reeves are 2015 Highland Pride Award Winners
Annual Shred Day is 4/25
The Annual Hinckley Shred Day is set for Saturday, April 25 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Hinckley Elementary Parking Lot. The event is being sponsored by Legacy Financial Associates, Ltd. The goal is to give residents and small businesses the opportunity to shred and recycle confidential documents they have accumulated in their homes and offices. Residents can watch their important papers be destroyed and the secure bin insures no one has access to personal information. All shredding is HIPAA compliant and is mixed in with other shred paper, bailed and sent off to a paper mill to be made into pulp and recycled into paper. Donations of $5 or more will be accepted per family. All documents to shred should be confidential in nature; no phone books, newspapers, magazines, cardboard or general recycle.
2015-16 Pre-School Applications Accepted
College Now Rep Can Assist with Process
Highland High School juniors and their families are encouraged to meet with Mrs. Laura Boswell of College Now about any questions regarding the college process, including guidance on Naviance, college selection, career selection and financial aid information. Mrs. Boswell will be available on Tuesday, April 14 at Highland High School. To schedule an appointment, please call 216-408-1452 or email her at . This service is provided at no cost through the generous support of The Highland Foundation.
New Community Education Classes for Winter/Spring
Highland Community Education has several exciting classes coming in 2015! We will be offering brand new dance and cheer classes for your children on Saturday morning. Enroll in our returning adult classes for your iPhone, iPad, Droid Smartphone, and your tablet or expand your taste buds by enrolling in our Indian Cuisine seminars. Adults can also sign up for our exciting Guitar class, CPR, Photography, Massage, Yoga, Power of Positive Thinking or Reiki. Returning classes for students on Saturday include Babysitting, Cooking, Guitar, and Tae Kwon Do. Our very popular Bricks 4 Kidz and Mindstorm Robotics will again be offered after school at all three elementary buildings along with Drama Club for 2015, Young Rembrandts Art, and Madscience. A new brochure with information for classes being held from January through May is available here: Highland Community Ed 2015. Classes are not restricted to Highland residents. For questions, enrollment or more information – call Highland Community Education Director, Mary Fran Kudla, at 330-239-1901, ext. 4245.