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  1. SENIORSIMPORTANT DATES October 3 Hall of fame voting October 11 Senior goodbye and questions October 18 Grad and baby pictures- • Pictures should be emailed to Mr. Larson or brought in on a CD or flash drive

  2. LUNCHES THURSDAY HAWKS CHOICE • CHICKEN FILET • Choice of salads…chef, turkey, ham • French Bread Pizza • Hamburgers • Choice of salads…chef, turkey, ham MAIN EVENT

  3. Sporting Events for the Week Thursday, Oct. 3rd Volleyball at Proctor  Girls Soccer at Marshall (both games at 4:30 PM)  Boys Soccer vs. Marshall (both games at 5:00 PM)  Girls Tennis vs. Eveleth-Gilbert 4:00 PM Friday, Oct. 4th  Football vs. Greenway/Nashwauk-Keewatin 7:00 PM Saturday, Oct. 5th  CC at Swain 10:00 AM  JV Girls Soccer at Esko  9th Volleyball at Hibbing

  4. Homecoming Week Friday, October 4th Blue & Gold Day

  5. Homecoming Dance Buy your Dance Tickets Starting Today! The Girls Softball Team will be selling tickets to the Homecoming Dance during lunches. Tickets are $5.00. Tickets will NOT be sold at the dance.

  6. Homecoming T-shirts T-shirts are Here!! Pick up your t-shirts during your lunch! There are a few extra t-shirts available you are interested.

  7. WANT A TATTOO? • Support Student Council! • Support the Hawks!! • Buy face tattoos during Homecoming Week!!!

  8. COLLEGE REPRESENTATIVES • Oct. 8: WITC • Oct. 9: Hibbing Community College • Oct. 9: Carleton College • Oct. 14: University of St. Thomas • Oct. 22: Hamline University • Oct. 24: U of M - Morris Sign up in the Counseling Office

  9. Respect Your Campus Please use trash cans etc. to help keep campus clean this week and throughout the school year. Every little bit will help. Thanks for pitching in!

  10. Wear a “Halloween Costume” to the Homecoming game Here are the restrictions: Avoid masks if possible, and be prepared to remove them if worn. No weapons No revealing costumes, see the handbook for the dress code guidelines. No togas. No poor taste!!  Let's see some bleacher creatures!

  11. HERMANTOWN VOLLEYBALLVS. VIRGINIA ON OCTOBER 7th • “Dig Pink” night October 7th against Virginia in support of Breast Cancer Research. • Help raise funds for research in the fight against breast cancer: • Pancake breakfast at Applebee’s on October 5th (buy tickets in advance from any volleyball player, $10) • Unlimited appetizers with a $5 donation at Skyline Lanes on October 7th before the match • Buffalo Wild Wings will donate 10% of your bill to the Side Out Foundation on October 7th (get a coupon from a volleyball player) • There will be a 50/50 raffle the night of the match. • Also, buy a pink bracelet or bandana during lunch for only $2, or a T-shirt for $10. • If you wear pink to the game that night you’ll get in for only $1!

  12. Attention!! Coming into school today and last Friday you should of noticed that HHS is decorated for Homecoming! Student Council spent long hours decorating so please be respectful and do not tear down or ruin any of the paintings on the windows. If you want to fix any decorations or find any in the hall please return them to Mrs. Arro.  Thanks for your cooperation and have a fun week! Don't forget to dress up each day! The class with the most spirit points will receive dilly bars next Monday at the end of 7th hour!!

  13. The Incredible Exchange…an Incredible Youth Opportunity!  It gives youth – ages 12 to 15 - a chance to trade time and energy for FUN activities such as music or dance lessons, skiing, gymnastics, golf or horseback riding. The 2013-14 winter session will run from December through April.  Applications for The Incredible Exchange are available.  You can apply ON-LINE by going to: www.stlouiscountymn.gov/incredibleexchange.  Or you can pick up a paper application in the counseling office.  Applications are due by October 31 at 4:30 pm.  For more information, call 733-2876.

  14. Attention Juniors Juniors: Remember that the deadline to sign up for the PSAT test is Friday, October 11th.  Cost is $15.  See Mrs. Riddle in the Counseling Office to get registered. PSAT Testing

  15. Pictures are in! Pick up your pictures and id cards during lunch on Thursday and Friday outside the main office. Retakes will be on October 25th.

  16. JV Knowledge Bowl Practice after school on Today and Friday in room 223 after school at 2:45pm 

  17. Change of Exits Students...when exiting the building, please use the choir doors or the main entrance.  The band room door has been set up with a card reader and an alarm that goes off if the door is held open.  This has been done for the safety and security of the school.