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HMS Activities: Intramurals, Fine Arts (Band, Chorus, Swing Choir, Musicals), JAVPAAK, National Geography Spelling Bee, Reading, Special Olympics, Veteran's Day Activities, and Washington DC Trip.




Intramurals (2016-17) Intramurals to be announced)

Ms. Liz Weder is the sponsor for Intramurals.  You can contact him at eweder@highlandcusd5.org

 

The intramural program at Highland Middle School is for any sixth, seventh or eighth grade student interested in learning more about the offered programs. Some programs include: basketball (boys and girls), outdoor activities, chess, soccer, cooking and wrestling. These activities are held after school.

 

Sign-up dates will be announced during the weekly announcements, on the Powerschool Daily Bulletin and posted on the web site at various times throughout the school year. Watch for more details. Most of the intramural programs meet twice a week for a month and cost $15.00 for the program. Intramural programs end at 4:00 pm



Fine Arts
Band, Chorus & Musical Activities

Greg Allen, Instructor gallen@highlandcusd5.org **Remember:  Practice Sheets are due every week during sectionals.  The middle... (cont'd)

Mrs. Lori Ruebhausen - Teacher lrueby@highlandcusd5.org


Mrs. Lori Ruebhausen - Teacher lrueby@highlandcusd5.org


 

Highland Middle School musicals are Junior versions which adapt classic and contemporary musicals into 70-minute editions perfect for middle-school aged performers. Students who love to act, dance, and sing are encouraged to tryout for the middle school musicals.


WINTER JAVPAAK IS COMING !!!
It's going to be another excitement-filled day in December 17, 2016.  Sign up today!

Click the links below for registration forms. 
Grades K-3 Registration: http://goo.gl/ZiNjb0
Grades 4-9 Registration: http://goo.gl/mGO6Uh


The test is optional for students in grades 4-8. The top ten scorers on the test vie for the title of Highland Geography Bee Champion and the opportunity to qualify for the State Geography Bee. The state champion travels to Washington, D. C. for the chance at a $25,000 college scholarship.

To encourage reading at Highland Middle School, each semester we have a goal of reading pages to meet.  If we meet the goal the first semester the students are rewarded with a special treat and we set a higher goal for the second semester with a bigger reward.  Both staff and students keep track of the number of pages they have read.  All staff and students are encouraged to turn in pages that they have read so that they can enjoy the reward.   Some of the special rewards we have had in the past when the students have met or exceeded their goal have been being able to eat lunch outside and having music outside, dilly bars and field trips.  Below is a link to the AR Bookfinder.  If you are trying to find out whether a quiz is available, or you are having trouble locating the ID number of a book, you will most likely be able to find the information here.







Mr. Chris Hartlieb, Sponsor chartlie@highlandcusd5.org  October 21 through the 24th a group of students and teachers from the middle school travel to our nation's capitol. The students, who pay for their own trip, leave on Friday afternoon and fly to the D.C. area for three days and three nights before returning home late Monday. The U. S. Capitol, Washington Monument, White House, Smithsonian Institution and Arlington National Cemetery are just a few of the stops on this exciting trip.