The junior class has teamed up with Threads of Hope for a fundraiser. Threads of Hope buys handmade bracelets and other products created by at-risk Filipino families. Purchasing a bracelet helps provide sustainable work, education, and community support that helps families thrive, and also benefits your class of 2021. See Ms. Trenckmann to purchase bracelets anytime during the day!
The Simpson Memorial Library is looking for a couple of motivated volunteers who could help patrons on their computers, iphones, or other devices. This would be for an hour (or 2) per week during library hours. At your convenience. This would be an opportunity for an individual to make a difference in the community and would be a tremendous help for people who have a difficult time accessing their devices. The Simpson Memorial Library is located at 8 Plymouth Rd. in Carmel. Their hours of operation are: Tuesday 11:00am-7:00pm Thursday 11:00am-7:00pm Saturday 9:00-1:00pm For more information, please call 207-848-7145 or visit the library and ask for Lee
The Class of 2023 is selling boxes of Krispy Kreme Doughnuts! We are asking our freshman to sell these doughnuts to raise funds for senior year events such as caps & gowns, senior prom, senior banquet, etc. Each dozen costs $10, order forms and money are due on April 2nd to class advisors Mr. Garbe or Mr. Adams. Cash and checks written out to Hermon High School are accepted. Each freshman received an order form in homeroom today. We have some generous parents who will be picking up the doughnuts from Auburn to deliver them to Hermon High School. The pickup date will either be 4/8 or 4/9 (TBA) in which students will receive their boxes at Hermon High School to deliver to t
Bridge Academy. Hermon students represent! https://bangordailynews.com/2020/03/05/news/bangor/a-bangor-program-that-lets-high-school-students-get-college-credit-has-spread-across-maine/?utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Facebook&fbclid=IwAR12hYbTirXnYHwhJrNZOfEhIuvVxIr-liMNngmjDi38haMhd7JeeVEAPy8#Echobox=1583408030
SAVE THE DATE JUNIORS! SAT COMING UP 4/14! Need to practice? Mrs. Haskell is here to help!
Student Leaders will host an American Red Cross blood drive on March 10. HHS students are encouraged to donate blood, to save a life. Students who are 16 may donate with written parental permission. Students 17 or older may donate with no restrictions. Make an appointment with a student representative mornings in the front lobby, at lunch in the cafeteria or contact Mrs. Clain.
Scholarship opportunity! https://www.acadiafcu.org/community-involvement/2020-scholarship/
SENIORS -REMINDER! Hermon Area Scholarship is due on March 19th! Pick up an application in the Guidance Department!
The Class of 2023 is looking for a volunteer to help with our Krispy Kreme Doughnut fundraiser from late March to early April. We are looking for a volunteer who is able to pick up boxes of doughnuts from Auburn and deliver to the school by 1:45 p.m. on a weekday. Ideally, the volunteer would have a large SUV or van as we are predicting an order of 200+ boxes of doughnuts. The date of delivery is flexible as we haven't started the fundraiser yet. All of the proceeds will benefit the senior year activities for the Class of 2023. Our goal is to raise $14,000 by the end of senior year. This fundraiser can generate up to $3,000!
All students received their Program of Studies and Registration information for the School year 20-21 in homeroom this morning. Guidance is offering advising appointments to help you decide what you need and want to take! See Mrs. McClare for a time to sign up if you would like to make an appointment.
Students in the Physics classes had the chance to calculate the amount of work and power it took to run up a set of stairs and pull their friends around. Who knew Physics would be so much fun!?
Schedule for this coming Thursday the 13th!
HHS students always look forward to Winter Carnival the week before February vacation. Parents will see their children head off to school each day wearing non-traditional clothing. Students look forward to an afternoon of activities on Thursday and a rousing assembly on Friday. Check out the "Opposites Attract" theme.
SUMMER COLLEGE CLASSES! Summer 2020 online and in person college classes are now open. Please remember there is a fee per credit for online classes. Also, Summer UMAINE classes count toward the Fall allowable two class limit. ALSO MAKE NOTE: *There are multiple start and end dates for the summer semester. Please make note of this when looking at courses. *All Early College classes carry UMaine credit and meet the general education requirements of UMaine. *All online courses have a $25 per credit fee. *Course registration is subject to space availability and registration will be confirmed via email. *Processing of your application may take a minimum of 5 business days. *Complete applications include: Student signature, Parent signature, & School Counselor approval in the ExplorEC portal. *A maximum of six (6) credits can be paid for by Aspirations and Academ-e per semester, combined; or twelve (12) credits per academic year. *Students interested in taking more credits than those approved through the Early College Programs may do so, but will be charged full tuition rates for any credits over (6) credit hours per semester. *Please note that most science and math courses have lecture and recitation portions as well as lab portions that are required. Please keep this in mind when selecting live courses. You can find the list of courses here: https://umaine.edu/earlycollege/courses/summer-courses/ You can also apply for the classes through their temporary manual link here: https://umaine.edu/earlycollege/how-to-apply/student-application/ WE RECOMMEND SIGNING UP ASAP AS THESE CLASSES DO FILL UP
Boosters Scholarship is open. Pick up an application in the Guidance Office!
This is the last week for the Hermon track and turf field survey! If you are a resident of Hermon and have not already done so, please fill out the survey. We value and need your input. Please encourage your family members who have not yet completed the survey to do so before Friday, as the survey window will close Friday, February 7 at 7pm!
Going into Wildlife Conservation? Check out this scholarship! https://rgsmaine.org/
Another scholarship opportunity for those going into the Construction field! https://agcmaine.org/scholarship/
Would you like to see what happens during a Maine Senate Legislative Session? The Honorary Page program gives students from 3rd grade to high school an opportunity to participate in the process and interact with Legislators. Check out the program here! https://legislature.maine.gov/senate/honorary-page-program/9349