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Jump Start to College Applications
Cynthia McDonald

 

 

 

Juniors:

Are you a junior in high school who is interested in getting ready for your college application process? Did you know that many colleges and scholarships incentivize early submitters? Why not work ahead this summer so that your senior year is less stressful and you can meet your deadlines! 

 

Ashley Overman, College Access Coordinator for Montgomery County ESC is going to be hosting JumpStart sessions where you and your friends can come and get help with all things related to college.

She will offer workshops on how to complete the Common Application, update your resume, write essays, understand financial aid, and set up your FSA ID. 

 

She will also be available to do 1-on-1 planning sessions virtually or in person. 

 

So, what do you say? Grab a friend and get signed up to join the free session near you! Space is limited so sign up today!

 

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Jennifer K. Davis

Wayne High School, Counselor SH-Z

5400 Chambersburg Rd. 

Huber Heights, Ohio 45424

937.233.6431 EXT. 72110

jennifer.davis@myhhcs.org

Class of 2024
Cynthia McDonald
 

CLASS of 2024


 

Senior Clap out !! Wednesday, May 15th.  Approx 2:30 pm.  Parents are welcome to attend.  Parents need to enter through the student entrance and remain in the cafeteria during the clapout.

 Senior Meeting April, 17th 8:00 am - 10:00 am in the PAC                                         

 Seniors Last Day Monday, May 20th, 2024

Mandatory Graduation Practice Tuesday, May 21st, 1:00 pm at the Nutter Center   

Senior Award Night Thursday, May 23rd  at 6:00 PM in the PAC                                        

Commencement Sunday, May 26th at 2:00 PM at The Nutter Center 

 


 


 

 

April 2024

TO THE PARENTS OF THE CLASS OF 2024:

 

The closing of another school year will soon arrive, and with it will come the celebration of graduation. The faculty and staff will join students and parents in honoring the Class of 2024 at the graduation ceremony to be held Sunday, May 26, 2024, at 2:00 p.m. at Wright State University E J Nutter Center.

 

Wayne High School’s commencement exercise has traditionally possessed the appropriate degree of pomp and circumstance. It is our intention to make this year’s program one that will be cherished and recalled as a fond memory. The program is being planned with input from senior class officers and cabinet members who have done their best to represent the wishes of the entire senior class. It will be a meaningful ceremony for the graduates and their families and friends. We request appropriate attire for this special occasion. You can assist us in attaining this end if you will kindly reinforce at home the meaning and significance of the commencement activity. Please recall that we will be guests of the Nutter Center and that our students will be expected to conform to standards of acceptable behavior. I believe you can understand why any student appearing to be intoxicated, lacking in personal control, or unwilling to abide by the good manners required for the commencement, will not be allowed to take part in the activity. Air horns or other noise makers will be confiscated.  

 

Although there are many worthwhile activities that are being planned, let us not allow the student to forget that they still have a few weeks of school remaining. Notification of those seniors not meeting graduation requirements will be made by our counselors. 

 

No student owing fees ( of any nature) will be permitted to participate in graduation. Please pay fees with Mrs. McCullough in the Main Office. Mrs. McCullough can also be reached at (937-233-6431 x72131).

 

Also included in the graduation packet is an information sheet for parents, as well as a seating diagram of the arena. From this diagram, you may determine the best vantage point from which to observe your graduate as the diplomas are presented. There is no limit to the number of guests you may invite.

 

In closing, let me take this opportunity to personally extend my congratulations and best wishes to you, the parents of a graduate. May you take pride in the accomplishments of your child and in the realization that you have played a vital role in the educational process.

 

Brent Carey

    Principal

 

 

 

Parent Information


 

Date: Sunday, May 26,  2024, 2:00 p.m. at Wright State University EJ Nutter Center

 

Seating: There is unlimited seating for family and guests. Seating will be on a first-come, first-served basis. The doors will open at 1:00 p.m. for the public. Graduates MUST report to the McLin Gym (Gate 9) no later than 1:15p.m.

 

Best Vantage Points for Seating: A map has been included in this packet so that every family will be able to decide what area they would like to sit in to best see their graduate. * Students whose last names begin with A-K will be entering and sit on the right side of the arena. They will be walking across the platform to receive their diploma. They will line up on the right and walk left to center and exit the front steps. * Students whose last names begin with L-Z will be entering and sitting on the left side of the arena. They will be walking across the stage to receive their diploma. They will line up on the left and walk right to the center and exit the front steps. The following sections are behind the stage and are closed 201-202-203-222-223-224.

 

Handicapped Seating: Only those participating in the actual ceremony are permitted on the floor areas. Wayne High School DOES NOT designate the first row as handicap seating. Handicap seating is available in sections 208-209-210-215-216-217. Guests are NOT permitted on the floor under any circumstances. Anyone physically impaired needing assistance getting to the seating area may enter through Gate 9. Assistance will be provided for that person and up to three guests only.

 

Contact Deborah Miller at 937-233-6431 if special arrangements need to be made. Special arrangements are being made for our graduates with special needs. They will be contacted individually. 

 

Hearing Impaired Seating: Special arrangements will be made for an interpreter for those family members who have hearing impairments. Please call our office if you have need of this service.

 

Programs: Available at entrances.

 

Dress: Since this is an event that is marking a milestone in your senior’s life, we ask that you encourage appropriate dress for your son or daughter.

 

Caps: Graduation caps may NOT be decorated. They must remain unadorned for graduation.

 

Stoles: Only stoles of nationally recognized organizations ie: NHS, JROTC, etc. may be worn.

 

Beach Balls: No balls or blow up items of any kind are permitted. 

 

Diplomas: During the graduation ceremony, students will receive their diploma covers. Following the graduation ceremony, students MUST return to the McLin Gym to receive their diploma. Numerous staff will be on hand to ensure that the distribution runs quickly and smoothly.

 

Parking: Park in Lots 1 and 2 and enter the arena through Gate 3. Ample spaces are available. Parking guards will aid your entrance and exit. Please do not keep valuables in your car. The Nutter Center and Huber Heights City Schools are not responsible for any losses. See below for a map of the parking lots and their designations. Students should park in Lot 9 behind the Nutter Center. Parents should park in Lots 1, 2, 3, and 4. Handicap parking is available in Lots 1 and 2.

 

Graduation Photo: Expression Studio will be present at graduation and will take candid photos of the students receiving their diplomas. They will be online for you to view after graduation (by June 1st) There will also be a price list online with instructions to order. The website is www.expressionsevents.biz and you will click on Order Events Tab and then Wayne Graduation 2024.

 

No one is permitted on the floor to take pictures. 


 

      REMINDER: GRADUATION WILL BEGIN PROMPTLY AT 2:00 p.m.

          Doors to the arena will open at 1:00 p.m

 

    All graduates will line up in the McLin Gym and return to McLin gym

                after the ceremony to pick up their diplomas

 

 

 

 

ATTENTION SENIORS

  If you "HAVE DECIDED" where you are going after HS and have been accepted, then come to the counseling office to get your Cap to decorate and put on the display next to your college, trade, or Armed Forces!!!

 

 

 

 

                                                

I KNOW IT'S HARD TO BELIEVE BUT WE ARE IN THE COUNTDOWN TO GRADUATION.  WE HAVE 2WEEKS UNTIL GRADUATION YOU MUST HAVE YOUR FEES PAID TO GET YOUR TRANSCRIPTS AND OR DIPLOMA.

 

Seniors, please stop by the front office before leaving school or after CTC to pick up 

Your 2024 GRADUATION YARD SIGN.

 

 

Seniors your fees are due now.  Cap and Gown pick up is next Tuesday, May 7th.

Cap and gowns will not be handed out if you still have fees owed.  Please see

 Ms. McCullough if you have any questions concerning your fees.

 

IF YOU HAVE A QUESTION ABOUT YOUR FEES, SEE MS. MCCULLOUGH IN THE BURSAR'S OFFICE.  

 

2024-2025 FAFSA is open 

 

 

 

 

 

2023-2024 Traditional Summer School
Cynthia McDonald

Huber Heights City Schools Home Page Huber Heights City Schools

 

 

Good Morning,

 

2023-2024 HHCS Traditional High School Summer School Application for Grades 9-12



 

 Credit Recovery Summer school courses are available during two sessions:  

 

     Session A:   June 10-28, 2024                 Registration Deadline:  June 3, 2024*

     Session B:   July 8-26, 2024                     Registration Deadline:  July 3, 2024

     

*Credit recovery courses will be offered both sessions for remediation only in the morning (8:00 -11:00 a.m. ) or afternoon (Noon - 3:00 p.m.)  

 

After students select which session(s)/time(s) they want to attend credit recovery, a notice will be sent to their counselors for them to confirm which classes they need to take.

 

Students must come into the building to complete credit recovery courses.

 

Summer school will be offered at $185.00 per session to only Huber Heights City School students.

 

Click here to register for Traditional HS Summer School.
 

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23/24 summer school
Cynthia McDonald

 

Huber Heights City Schools Home Page

Huber Heights City Schools

 

 

2023-2024 HHCS Credit Recovery High School Summer School Application for Grades 9-12



 

 Credit Recovery Summer school courses are available during two sessions:  

 

     Session A:   June 10-28, 2024                 Registration Deadline:  June 3, 2024*

     Session B:   July 8-26, 2024                     Registration Deadline:  July 3, 2024

     

*Credit recovery courses will be offered both sessions for remediation only in the morning (8:00 -11:00 a.m. ) or afternoon (Noon - 3:00 p.m.)  

 

After students select which session(s)/time(s) they want to attend credit recovery, a notice will be sent to their counselors for them to confirm which classes they need to take.

 

Students must come into the building to complete credit recovery courses.

 

Summer school will be offered at $185.00 per session to only Huber Heights City School students.

 

Click here for the Google Form Application. 

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New Student Registration 2024-2025
Wendy Barhorst

New Student Registration for the 2024-2025 School Year is Now Open

 

Registration for the 2024-2025 school year for all students in grades K-12 is now open. Huber Heights City Schools registration is completed online by visiting HHCS Registration. Click on the Final Forms graphic, and once you log in as a parent, be sure to click on the BLUE button to access the 2024-2025 new student registration form. 

To be eligible to start kindergarten, students must be five (5) years old by August 1, 2024.

Families with students accepted to Studebaker will receive an email instructing them to register. Please do not begin the registration process in FinalForms until you have received the acceptance email.

If you have enrollment/registration questions, please email the HHCS Registrar at registrar@myhhcs.org.

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Ticket Spicket Hometown
Cynthia McDonald

 

 

February 6th, 2024

Good Morning Warrior Families

Our Athletic Department has been using the Ticket Spicket platform for digital ticketing sales for the last few years.  Recently, Ticket Spicket was purchased by Hometown Ticketing.  This memo is to share key information with you about the new app and system that combines the two platforms.  Moving forward, you will see all ticketing redirected and available through the Hometown Ticketing platform.  The good news is that we already had to use Hometown Ticketing for OHSAA events; so now regular season and postseason tickets will be available on the same platform.  Please take a moment to read through the following information to make sure you can update your accounts and have a seamless experience when purchasing tickets.

 

Thanks for your understanding.  Please let us know if you have questions.

 

Nate Baker

Athletic Director


 

WHAT'S NEW AT HOMETOWN

We hope your 2024 athletic season is off to a great start! We wanted to share with you some news coming from HomeTown. We are excited to announce that the new HomeTown Fan Experience is here and ready for your fans! The HomeTown Fan Experience combines the search experience that you and your fans are used to on the Ticket Spicket App, now with a new look. The Fan Experience simplifies the ticket purchase process by providing a single destination where your fans can search, purchase, and manage their tickets and passes in a single experience.

WHAT TO EXPECT

Direct all fans to events.hometownticketing.com when

purchasing tickets.

  • Anyone trying to reach events.ticketspicket.com will be automatically redirected to the new URL.

  • Fans using the Ticket Spicket App will have until February 28, 2024 to download the new HomeTown Fan App to search for events, purchase tickets, and manage their tickets and passes.

GETTING STARTED

  • During your fans first login, please encourage them to add their email address to link any previously purchased tickets or passes to their account.

  • Your fans can now go to events.hometownticketing.com to search for events and manage their tickets and passes on the web.

  • Your fans can also download the HomeTown Fan App, iOS and Android, to access all of the same features they had within the Ticket Spicket App. 

  • Fans who have not downloaded the HomeTown App will receive a continuous reminder in the app to download the HomeTown Fan App until February 28, 2024. At this time, fans will be directed to download the HomeTown Fan App to continue the ticket-purchasing experience.

EXCITING NEW FEATURES

  • Seamless login: Fans will no longer be required to log in with their email address to purchase tickets.

  • Simplified ticket management: Tickets and Passes will be connected through a new authentication solution based on the phone number and/or email address used on their order.

  • Updated Design: Fans will now be able to use the HomeTown Fan App which has been updated to make your ticket purchase process quicker and easier! 

Career, Workforce and Post-Secondary Options Announcements
Desiree Bleh

          

 

Career, Workforce and Post-Secondary Options Announcements

 

College = Training = Workforce = Post-Secondary Learning

 

All of the ABOVE are EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES to JUMPSTART your CAREER!

 

LINK: Welding, HVAC and Construction Information Sheet

 

Upcoming Lunch Tables:

  • March 7th - DayMet Credit Union

 

Upcoming Trips: 

 

  • Wayne Labs OPEN to TOUR for PARENT NIGHT!

    • February 15th - 4pm to 8pm

    • HVAC, Welding, Construction, Engineering, Health Science, Agriculture, Interactive Media and Computer Science labs will be open to tour.

    • Check out the flyer here: Wayne HS Lab Visits


Educational Opportunities:

MVCTC Certification Evening Programs:

STNA - only need to be 16!!                        

Phlebotomy      

Robotics/Manufacturing                       

Welding

Electrician

You DO NOT have to be a graduate to enter some of these programs!

Possible FREE Classes for qualified students

 

Internship, Scholarships and Apprenticeship Opportunities:

 

  • Construction Industry Apprenticeship Opportunities; Visit:

https://daytonapprenticeships.org/ 

https://www.ibuildamerica-ohio.com/

 

 

 

  • SOCHE - SOCHE is an organization that connects students with internships as they arise. Fill out an application with SOCHE to keep on file and they will contact you!

 

 

 

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