The Harpeth Band of Blue competed this past weekend in Russellville, KY and did very well. Percussion placed first in their division and 2nd overall. The band as a whole placed 5th overall. Great job goes to the Harpeth Band of Blue!
The cross country team, under the direction of Coach Kelso, ran in the A. F. Bridges Steeplechase competition on Saturday, September 22. Out of 177 male runners, Aston Hutchison placed 84th with a personal best of 19:52 for the 3.1 mile course. Other results include Ethan Boyd in 20:37, Maison Anderton in 21:11, Trey Woodall in 24:19, and Robert Sherbert in 34:59. On the girl’s side, Zoe Dowling placed 75th out of 89th with a personal best. Congratulations to all the runners! Coach Kelso would like to thank both students and parents for getting to the early morning race on Saturday. We are proud of your effort and for representing HHS in such a fine way. In the new teacher spotlight of the week, we find Sig Walls working in our Special Education department. “Working at Harpeth is fabulous,” exclaims Mrs. Sig. She is helping students work with their vocabulary skills. Outside the classroom, they are working outdoors doing beautification projects on the school grounds. Thanks Mrs. Sig for your hard work and welcome to the tribe!
Harpeth High School beliefs: We believe that there is a direct correlation between self-esteem and learning/achievement.
Quote of the week: “ I am not discouraged because every wrong attempt discarded is another step forward. “ Thomas Edison
Have an amazing weekend!!