Ms. Gunter's Environmental Science class worked the flower beds up front pulling weeds and cleaning the area.
Art IV students, Joshua Cambre, Mallory Clark, and Samantha Hemphill, created a mural for the annual Law Day Observance at Hammond City Court. The mural is slated to be on permanent display when the court building is renovated. Until it is picked up, you may see it in the display case by room 124. The students posed with Judge Gasaway and the mural.
October 2, 2014
Doors open at 5:00 pm
Two tours available: 5:15 and 6:30
Students may order school day photos through mylifetouch.com
Picture Day ID: O1014124Q1
Students have 48 hours
to place orders.
Agriculture students under the guidance of veteran teacher Linda Chaney are putting their heart and soul, as well as muscle and sweat, into the development of a community garden on the River Road campus of Woodland Park Baptist Church.
The students are expecting a bumper crop of collards, cabbage, broccoli, and cauliflower just in time for a Thanksgiving harvest. The fresh, organically grown veggies will be distributed to the elderly and families in need throughout the Hammond area through an outreach program of HHMS and Woodland Park.
football boosters are selling football t-shirts for $10.00. Shirts will
be available from Shelly Gaydos or Didi Roberts.
A picture of the shirt is below. Available sizes are AS, AM, AL
and AXL. Special sizes can be ordered.
Merlyna Valentine visited Tangipahoa Parish School District recently to share her story of inspiration to the faculties of Hammond High Magnet School and Hammond Eastside Elementary Magnet School. Mrs. Valentine is a quad amputee who has overcome astronomical odds. Her story is truly one of success.
Mrs. Valentine is an elementary school principal at St. Rose Elementary School. She touches lives of those who cross her path in such a positive way. You may learn more about this amazing woman at http://armdynamics.com/pages/merlyna-valentine . The faculty and staff of Tangipahoa Parish School System started off their school year with Mrs. Valentine’s encouragement. A special thanks to Dr. Beth Moulds for organizing this event.
In July 2014 Chris Dominique was awarded a paid internship with The Greening Youth Foundation. This experience has afforded Chris the opportunity to perform various tasks on historical structures located at the Chalmette Battlefield. In addition, Chris has been able to enhance his public speaking skills, add to his history knowledge and participate in social interactions with visitors to the historic site. HHMS is very proud of Chris!
Tangipahoa Parish School District
"Student of the Year"