Tomorrow's schedule for our final day of Winter Carnival!
Here is tomorrow's schedule.
Don't miss tonight's Rocket League playoff match, in which the HHS Hawks face off against the CRHS Ravens, from Nashville TN. Tune in at 7:30! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5X_72_s5t7jQM7DYBnqZLA
Hermon High School is putting on the Annual Golf Scramble to raise money for the classes of 2025, 2026, and 2027 this summer! Please see the attached flyer for information about how you can donate to this event! We have many different options for sponsorship opportunities, and are always taking donations for our silent auction as well. If you are interested please visit our website where you can sign up to donate online. (https://sites.google.com/schools.hermon.net/hhsgolfscramble?usp=sharing). Additionally, you can email email@example.com to donate. Thank you for your support!
Hermon High School's Winter Carnival 2024 takes place next week, February 12-16. Students will dress up for daily themes through the week. They will participate in a variety of activities, inside and outside, on Thursday afternoon. Student Council has reserved the Penobscot Ice Arena on Thursday from 3:00 to 4:30. They'll end the week with a rousing assembly on Friday afternoon, with crab soccer, dodge ball and tug of war. HHS students look forward to making memories each year through Winter Carnival and talk about it for weeks afterwards.
Lunch with a Firefighter!
Please join us on Wednesday, January 24 at 6:30pm in the HHS Library, as the Parent Council hosts our very own Director of Guidance, Leslie Smith. Mrs. Smith will present on the Multiple Pathways to success available to students at HHS. Come join us and find out all of the different pathways to success at Hermon High School and beyond!
Here is the active link to Ms. Robinson's and Mr. Holyoke's fundraising page! https://www.justgiving.com/page/hermonhighschool-celebrityeggriders -All money raised goes toward free Pine Tree Camp tuition, a camp for children and adults with developmental and physical disabilities. -For every $50 raised, they put a raw egg in their snowmobile suits - it sounds crazy, but it's tradition! The goal is to get as many eggs stuffed as possible. The eggs are expired and not for human consumption for those who are concerned. -The legendary Egg Ride has taken place for over 50 years. -They only have 2 weeks to raise as much money as possible. -Ms. Robinson and Mr. Holyoke have each been selected as celebrity riders in years past and they are thrilled to ride again, representing HHS. LET'S STUFF THOSE SUITS! 🥚🥚🥚🥚🥚🥚🥚🥚🥚🥚🥚🥚🥚
We are wishing a big congrats to all of the students who participated in our annual Poetry Out Loud competition. We had 26 student performers take the stage last Thursday in the HHS auditorium. Isabella Ingalls (Sophomore) took home runner-up and Eva Benjamin (Senior) was crowned our 2024 Poetry Out Loud Champion! Eva will go on to represent Hermon High School in the regional finals at the Bangor Arts Exchange in February.
College visits this week!
Yearbook countdown continues!
January's lunch menu.
Get your yearbooks!
Get ready for Poetry Out Loud!
HERMON HAWKS! Looking forward to seeing you all tomorrow 12/20/23. GOLD DAY On a one hour delay A.M. UTC leaves at 9am. PM UTC students will go to lunch during period 2 at 10:35. This bell schedule was emailed to you as well.
Hermon Key Club raised 570.54 in partnership with the Breast cancer research foundation in their 2nd Annual walk for Cancer! Thank you everyone who donated and showed up for the walk!
Buy your yearbook by January 31st (or January 1st for $5 off) for a shot at winning a free Hermon sweatshirt! Don’t miss out on this opportunity! Every person that buys a yearbook, from the class who buys the most yearbooks, will be put in a drawing to win a free sweatshirt!! Two winners will be picked, drawn in February!! Don’t miss out! Thus far, the totals are as follows: 9th- 26 yearbooks 10th- 43 yearbooks 11th- 63 yearbooks 12th- 68 yearbooks Be the class to win!!
Key club is partnering with the Neighbors supporting neighbors food pantry to help get gifts and toys to families in need in the greater Hermon area community. Please stop by Hermon Library at school or email Mr.Adams at liam.adams@schools.Hermon.net to inquire about a tag to sponsor a child. The deadline to bring gifts in to the school unwrapped is by Friday, December 22nd.
Outdoor Education students are learning how to build a survival camp fire!
Hermon High School hosts a Holiday Community Party for area families. Parents are invited to leave their children at the school for a morning of crafts, activities, a holiday movie, and a visit with Santa. The event is free, but donations are appreciated.