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HHS Student-Athletes Sign Letter of Intent

Pictured in front from left are Ashley Mennenga, Danielle Delfino and Hanna Griffin. In back are Cooper Phelps, Gavin Noble, Jackson Miller and Riley Fisher.Several HHS Student-Athletes Sign Letter of Intent Congratulations to the following Highland High School student- athletes who committed to attend and play their respective sport on a college level next fall. The signing took place on November 8 at the high school with family and friends in attendance.

Pictured in front from left are Ashley Mennenga, Danielle Delfino and Hanna Griffin. In back are Cooper Phelps, Gavin Noble, Jackson Miller and Riley Fisher.

Highland Foundation Launches New Website

The Highland Foundation for Educational Excellence has just completed a redesign of its website. The newly updated site, which is now live, will further enhance functionality and improve communication with parents, students, staff, donors and the community at large. Located at www.highlandfoundation.org, the site features a fresh, updated and consistent design, easy-to-read content and user-friendly navigation. 

Highland Receives State 'Momentum Award'

Ohio’s State Board of Education has granted the Highland Local School District with the 2016-17 Momentum Award. Now in its third year, the Momentum Award recognizes districts that have received A’s on each Value-Added measure included on Ohio’s school and district report cards.

“This award reinforces that both achievement and academic growth at Highland is very high,” stated Superintendent Catherine Aukerman. “Our district report card for the 2016-17 school year shows our students enjoyed greater than expected growth in reading and mathematics. This accomplishment makes us part of an elite group of districts that are ensuring the academic growth of students from every background and ability level.”

In addition to the overall district award, both Granger Elementary School and Highland Middle School were recognized with individual school Momentum Awards. 

Members of the State Board of Education recognize that Highland recruits dedicated school leaders and staff and equips them with the tools they need to ensure academic growth for every child. 

To learn more about the Momentum Award, please visit: http://education.ohio.gov/Topics/District-and-School-Continuous-Improvement/Awards-and-Recognition/Momentum-Award

Annual Coats for Kids Drive is Nov. 14-30

This year's Annual Coats for Kids Drive will be held from November 14-30. Highland school and Middle School DARE Role Models, along with high school SADD students, will be collecting new and gently used coats. Howard Hanna in Wadsworth, Wadsworth Salvation Army and Superior Cleaners in Wadsworth will be working in partnership to distribute coats to the needy in our community and surrounding area. Collection boxes will be available at each school building in Highland. Please help a child keep warm this winter.