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Harpeth High School News: 3-30-13

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HHS Honor Code: All Harpeth students shall embrace the courage to conduct themselves with integrity and honesty in every circumstance. We will treat all individuals with respect and dignity, celebrating the differences that make us unique.

HHS Talent Show:

There is a lot of diverse talent at Harpeth High School. That is what we enjoyed last Thursday in the annual HHS Talent Show. Directed by Ms. McVay, the audience enjoyed many types of entertainment. The participants were Annie Price, Aubrey Apodaca, Austin Dole, Bethany Buchanan, Bo Brock, Brandon Kabel, Brooklyn Benson, Carly Hedgepath, Carson Royster, Chance Covington, Chelsey Sutton, Dalton Rose, Dashia Brandon, Davis Anderton, Dean Cain, Jack Barchet, Josh Bunning, JP Martin, Julia Mason, Kelsey Mackin, Leslie Brown, Lexi Becker, Matt Brown, Megan Bunning, Miranda Roberts-Vaden, Ricky Benell, Sam Sneed, Savannah Conley, Solene Sawtell, Taylor Gracia, Taylor Stringer, Tom Culley, Tyquisha Harris, Tytanisha Corlew, Carson Marlin, Dalton Hamlin, and Wyatt Hardin. Whether you were on stage or back behind the scenes, all of you performed a wonderful and entertaining show. Thanks for sharing your talent!!

Cabin Fever:

Special thanks go to Dr. Dan McNally, the many HHS Band of Blue supporters, officers, and loyal BOB members for all the hard work it took creating a successful 10th Annual Cabin Fever Silent Auction and Concert. The very talented Julie Roberts, John Stone, and E. G. Smith and the Spontaneous Mountain Boys provided excellent entertainment.

Highlighted in the intermission portion of the show was (L) Tommy Culley on the keyboard. Thanks for everyone who came out to support our Harpeth Band of Blue. It is only through the support of our community that we are able to strengthen our programs and continue to develop young musicians. Music is a fine way to develop critical thinking skills and help students become contributing citizens in our communities.

Scholarship opportunities: www.fafsa.org,www.collegeboard.org.; SAT: register by April 5 for May 4 test, FREE practice for the test at sat.collegeboard.org; ACT: sign up by May 3 for June 8 test at www.actstudent.org.

Upcoming events: baseball: April 1 home vs. Waverly at 5:00, April 2 at Waverly at 5:00, April 5 at Rose Park vs. Hume Fogg at 6:30; softball: April 4 at Waverly at 4:30, April 8 at home vs. Sycamore at 4:30; soccer: April 3 Clarksville Academy home at 6:00, April 5 Coffee County home at 5:00; HHS prom April 26; graduation May 24 at 7:00 at Lipscomb University.

College/study tip: After reading new material, close the book and write down the main points you remember. Retrieving information from memory will help you retain it.

Food for thought: Say “NO” to negative peer pressure. Stick up for yourself and your values. Have respect for yourself.

Quote of the week: “The ornament of a house is the friends who frequent it.” Ralph Waldo Emerson

Hope your weekend is spectacular!

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