|The Meeting for this Thursday Night at 7pm has been rescheduled to Monday April 21st at 7pm in the High School Library.|
Fourth graders went on a scavenger hunt to find right, acute, and obtuse angles.
3rd Grade Bar Graphs and Pictographs
Students collected data by doing a survey of the entire elementary about their favorite candy bar. They had to put their information together by making a table, then use that data to make the graphs.
SOOO proud of the Lady Cats!
Congratulations to Lauren Godwin and Tearinie Chatlin for advancing to regionals in tennis! Good luck!
|Seeking RN for Next School Year|
Congratulations to Ms. Walker!!!
On May 2, 2014, Ms. Walker will be honored at the College of Education and Human Development’s Dean’s Roundtable, at the Annenberg Presidential Conference Center in College Station, for her service in the field of education.
|Athletics Honors Page|
Congratulations to Mrs. Godwin's Top AR Readers!
Adriana McReight, Nehemiah Gardiner and Kami Smith. Way to go 1st graders!
One-Act Play a Success
HD students received several honors at the One-Act Play Competition on Thursday. All Star Cast Members: Darius Daniels and Kendel Fregia. Honorable Mention: Mauri Mitchell, Tristan Groves and MacKenzie Hortman. Great job!
|Parental Involvement Newsletter|
Congratulations to BPA!!
Congratulations to all the BPA students who competed in the state BPA competition the week before spring break in Houston. Numerous students walked away with several medals for Open Events and national alternate positions while six students will be advancing to the national competition to be held in Indianapolis, Indiana in April. Tiffani Smith received medals for placing 1st in Business Meeting and Management Concepts; 5th in Information Technology Concepts; 6th in Parliamentary Procedures Concepts; and 9th in Financial Math and Analysis Concepts. In Medical Office Procedures, Tiffani won 1st place advancing her as a national qualifier to Indianapolis. Cole DeBarge placed 1st place in Interview Skills and will be advancing as a national qualifier. Breanna Fenton placed 4th in Parliamentary Procedures Concepts, 8th in Financial Math and Analysis Concepts, and 8th in Project Management Concepts. Breanna qualified as a national contestant for placing 2nd in Digital Media Productions. Sarah Gobert received 3rd place in Fundamental Accounting and will be advancing to the national competition. Caitlin McCarty received a medal for 2nd place in Parliamentary Procedures Concepts and 4th place in Entrepreneurship qualifying her as a national alternate. Jessica Guillory received 6th place in Business Meeting and Management Concepts and 6th place in Fundamental Desktop Publishing qualifying her as a national alternate. Ashtyn Berka received 1st place in Parliamentary Procedures Concepts, 4th in Computer programming Concepts, 4th in Insurance concepts and 6th place in Information Technology Concepts. Kade Frauenberger will also be advancing to the national conference as the Area 5 Region 1 Regional President. Two teams competed at the state leadership conference. The Video Production Team consisting of Tiffani Smith and Alex Pearson received 2nd place and will be advancing to the national competition while the Presentation Management Team consisting of Cole DeBarge, Breanna Fenton and Caitlin McCarty received 5th place and is a national alternate.
Flex Day originally scheduled for April 11 will be a normal instructional day!
Congratulations to the band!
Straight 1's in sight reading contest!
Congratulations to Basketball All-District Honors Recipients
1st Team-Dustin Welch 2nd Team-Tyler Redmon and Cade Huckabay Honorable Mention-Kyle Hopkins, Bryce McClusky and Kade Frauenberger
Congratulations to Those Receiving Academic All-District in Basketball
Kade Frauenberger,Cade Huckabay, Bryce McClusky and Dustin Welch. Great job!
Ms. Ritter Nominated for BPA Advisor of the Year!
She will be recognized at the State Leadership Conference during the Special Recognition Awards Banquet, Wednesday, March 5, 2014 from 9:00 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. in the Houston Hyatt Regency Imperial Ballroom East. We are so proud!!!
Darrell Lavalais and Cade Huckabay at Willie Ray Smith Awards Banquet
Darrell Lavalais and Cade Huckabay were recognized as nominees at the 22nd annual Willie Ray Smith Awards Banquet on February 19 at the Elegante Hotel in Beaumont. This award honors the top offensive and defensive high school football players in Southeast Texas.
The LEGENDARY Jerry LeVias, the first African-American scholarship athlete in the Southwest Conference, was the keynote speaker for the Willie Ray Smith Awards Banquet.
Hull-Daisetta ISD now has a Facebook page. Please join us!
Save a Life-Information from TABC
Attached is important information for parents from the Texas Department of Transportation regarding underage drinking and "social hosting". Please take a moment to read this information. Save a life!!
|Students! Be Careful What You Post!|
Guide to protect your online reputation while searching for colleges.
|Complete Directory of Online Colleges and Universities in Texas|
Parents and students, the above link is a comprehensive and informative resource that ranks each university in America by size, degrees offered, tuition costs, admission rates, graduation rates, and retention rates.
|Click here to access The Vindicator|
Parents! Check out this website for Fun Math Games Your Student Can Play at Home
These games are fun and offer a great opportunity to extend our math learning at home!
|High School Students!!! Click here to log onto the Texas College and Career website.|
You will register yourself as a student at Hull-Daisetta High School and create a username and password. This website allows you to track your classes as you go through high school helping you to make sure you have taken the required courses as well as preparing you for college entrance exams and requirements. There are college search engines built into the website as well as tips to financial aid questions and needs. It helps you to organize and keep track of your awards, honors, test scores, and achievements as you go progress each year so that when you are a senior and you are trying to remember what your past honors were, they will already be organized and ready to upload into a college application. Best of all, it is absolutely FREE to use. If you have any questions about this website or how it can benefit you, simply logon and check it out for yourself or stop by the counselor's office and see Mr. Stephens.
|Access to community message system.|
HDISD now has access to a community message system called Nixle. We urge everyone to sign up to receive text messages and e-mail from the district. To view the directions, follow the link below. Be sure to put in the school's address to ensure successful delivery of messages.
|2013-2014 Elementary School Supply List|
|Online Substitute Teacher Training now being offered through Region 4. Click here to view the flyer.|
Region 4 is offering an online substitute teacher training for only $25.00. If you are interested, please register through the Region 4 website: www.learningis4me.com
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