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Current News

Nutritionist to Speak to Highland Athletes

On Tuesday, March 21, University Hospital Nutritionist Katy Meassick, a performance dietician, will speak to Highland athletes and their parents on creating and maintaining a nutrition plan for optimal performance, training and health. The presentation will begin at 6:30 p.m. in the high school auditorium. Katy, who also works with the Cleveland Browns, will discuss nutrition needs as it relates to high school and middle school athletes for the pre-season workouts, in-season performance and between-season health. She will also cover how to safely gain or lose weight for the MS/HS athlete. Following her presentation, there will be a Q&A session.

Orchestra Concert Clarification

The Highland Orchestras will present two concerts in the High School Auditorium the evening of Monday, February 27: the 6th and 7th grade orchestra at 6:30 p.m. and the High School Orchestras at 8 p.m. There will be NO concert on Thursday, February 23 due to the High School play.

'Pride Award' Nominations Sought

Do you know someone who is bursting with Highland Pride? Do you know of an employee or community member who spends his or her spare time volunteering in the Highland School District? Do you know someone who does a lot for Highland students, but never asks for anything in return? Nominate that individual for the 2017 Highland Pride Award!

'Robby's Voice' Coming to Highland 3/13

A very special and powerful presentation, “Robby’s Voice: Breaking the Silence,” will be offered to Highland parents at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, March 13 in the Highland High School auditorium. “Robby’s Voice” was initiated after Rob Brandt’s 20-year-old son died in October 2011 of an accidental heroin overdose after a long struggle with addiction. Brandt is now president of Robby’s Voice, a nonprofit organization dedicated to spreading awareness about addiction throughout Northeast Ohio.