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Did you know that PowerSchool has our Daily Announcements? When you open PowerSchool via the Portal on our web page, click on "School Bulletin." You will be able to read all the announcements pertaining to HMS activities. This page is updated daily. From the school web page: Portal -> Grade Book -> Student/Parent Gradebook Portal -> log in -> School Bulletin

Cleveland Clinic's Office of Civic Education Initiatives' Clinic-Based Programs
Cleveland Clinic's Office of Civic Education Initiatives' Clinic-Based programs give Northeast Ohio middle and high school students the opportunity to learn and work alongside world-renowned caregivers at Cleveland Clinic's Main Campus, Regional Hospitals, and Family Health Centers.  Through their experiences in these Clinic-Based programs, students gain exposure to healthcare fields and careers, cultivate their 21st century skills, and find practical, real-world applications for their academic knowledge. Applications, support documentation, teacher recommendations, and guidance counselor recommendations must be submitted via online forms before 11:59 p.m. on Friday, January 9, 2015. More program-specific information, eligibility criteria, and FAQs, can be accessed at  Cleveland Clinic Flyer 


6 Perform in Honors
Choir/Band Event

Congratulations to six Highland Middle School students who performed in a large District 6 OMEA Honors Choir/Band event at the College of Wooster on November 21. They participated in an all-day workshop and then returned to Wooster for a final rehearsal and evening performance. Students included 8th grader Julia Clapper and 7th graders Olivia Russo, Serena Naizer, Ressa Gasser, JJ Greytak and Cole McCurley.

NEOMED Students Encourage Future Career Paths
On November 11, 19 medical students from Northeast Ohio Medical University (NEOMED) presented an after-school learning experience to 23 students at Highland Middle School. The 8th graders rotated through four small group sessions where they had the opportunity to participate in hands on demonstrations and a panel discussion. The first and second year medical students offered lessons and information on blood pressure, color blindness and heart anatomy. They also discussed the demands of medical school with a panel of students. The purpose of the program is to pique a student’s interest in the medical field as a future career path. Here, 8th grader Hannah Liggett gets an up close look at a cow's heart during a session on heart anatomy.

Drop-Off / Pick-Up Procedure
All drivers must drop-off or pick-up students in the back (west) of the building between 6:50–7:25 a.m. and 2–2:45 p.m. This is to ensure everyone's safety. Cars are to use the entrance from Wilbur Road only. Buses use the entrance on Rt. 94. We recognize that the morning can be congested. Dropping off by 7 a.m. will help to alleviate that congestion. The building is open and students can go to the gym to sit or to cafeteria and eat. Driver cooperation is appreciated.

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Social internet networking sites are an effective method to communicate and exchange information. Highland Schools employs Twitter and Facebook accounts as another media outlet for our community. However, there have been times that school personnel and/or law enforcement agencies are made aware of derogatory, vulgar and profane comments posted on student Facebook pages, or similar social networking sites. If your student has an account, insist on monitoring the postings and pages closely. As parent, you should have all login and password information for your children's accounts.

Phone extensions:
Mr. Rob Henry, Principal - x1200
Mr. Christopher Roberts, Assistant Prinicpal - x1202
Mr. Rob Gilbert, Counselor - x1206
Mrs. Phyllis Kulbis, Secretary - x1201
Mrs. Jan Novosielski, Office Aide - x1204
Attendance Line - x1511
Main Line - (330) 239-1901

Highland Middle School, 3880 Ridge Rd, Medina, OH 44256