The mission of HJHMS is to ensure
every student develops and succeeds as a life-long learner of Science, Technology,
Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) education. Above all, we are
distinguished by our commitment to excellence.
Shannon Stage USGBC of Louisiana Executive Director, Betty Lee-PTSA vice president, Amanda Frere PTSA president, Robin Danos - Curriculum Specialist, Robin Price-science and agriculture teacher, Alicia Deffes- science and technology teacher (project coordinator) and Chris Bankston - project mentor.
We are very grateful to Sanderson Farms for their generous gift of $2500.00 for the Adopt a School program . Their charitable donation will now allow us to purchase much-needed supplies that will directly benefit our school. Their thoughtfulness will truly make a difference in the lives of so many students.
Congratulations to Mrs. Mader, 7th grade Humanities and 7th/8th grade Social Justice teacher. Mrs. Mader was selected to receive a $1,000 scholarship to attend the Arthur & Rochelle Belfer Conference at the United Stated Holocaust Museum in Washington, D. C. this July. Mrs. Mader will have the opportunity to work hand-to-hand with museum staff, historians, and expert educators to become a teacher leader in Holocaust education. The scholarship program offered through the U.S. Holocaust Museum is highly competitive and only a limited number of scholarships are granted nation wide. This is a huge honor for Mrs. Mader and for our school!
Lance Quinney won second place in the regional science fair.
He represented HJHMS in the state science fair at LSU.
Congratulationsto the following students for receiving an Award for You Be The Chemist:
State Capital 2014 Click on image to see additional pictures.
Christmas for WPELC Members of Hammond Walgreens helped support the HJHMS Better Girls Club and Beta Club efforts in donating toys to students at WPELC! Thanks to our supporters! Click on Picture for additional photos.
Relay for Life 2014
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JSU Student Day
HJHMS Better Girls Club attended High School Day at Jackson State University. The students and sponsors had an opportunity to tour the campus, enjoy a showcase of Greeks, JSU Band, Jsettes, and cheerleaders, as well as a day of shopping & fellowship!