|Five receive Lilly Endowment Scholarships|
INDIANAPOLIS - Five local students are recipients of Hamilton County and Marion County Lilly Endowment Scholarships.|
Kylie Whipple, Noblesville High School, Matthew Farrell, Guerin Catholic High School, Joseph Bergin, Hamilton Southeastern High School, and Grace Sorrells, Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School, will receive up to four years of full tuition to attend any accredited public or private not-for-profit college or university in Indiana.
Tuesday, December 12, 2017
|Fourth graders full of 'Wonder'|
Hinkle Creek 4th graders have been reading the hit book Wonder, taking after school class trips to see the movie Wonder, and today got to hear a message of kindness and acceptance from Riley doctor Michael Goodman, who has the same medical condition as Wonder's main character.|
Tuesday, December 5, 2017
|Noblesville Parks prepares for holidays with events, camp|
|The Noblesville Parks Department is offering a variety of special activities and events to keep children and families active and having fun this holiday season.|
"Now through the end of the year are busy times for families. There are occasions when families want to be together and others when children need to be with their peers. We have several options to keep everyone smiling during the joyous holiday season," said Nichole Haberlin, recreation director.
Wednesday, November 29, 2017
|Pathways to HS graduation may change|
|Some Hamilton County school superintendents are not pleased with proposed new graduation pathways, headed to the Indiana State Department of Education.|
Beginning in 2023, students hoping to graduate high school in Indiana may have to satisfy three requirements, including the ability to demonstrate employable skills.
A state panel recently passed the recommendations for the Indiana State Department of Education.
"The need for sweeping requirements for all students is not convincing, proposed options are questionable or objectionable, implementation will be a nightmare, and real concerns about student needs will be overshadowed by a demanding, unfocused system," said Annetta Petty, Noblesville Schools director of learning.
Wednesday, November 15, 2017
|HHHS Key Club celebrates decade of service|
|ARCADIA - Members of the Hamilton Heights High School's Key Club celebrated community service with members from across the nation during Key Club Week, held every first full week in November. |
This year also marks the 10th year that the Heights' Key Club has been making a difference in the community.
The Heights club was formed in 2007 and has 95 members.
Key Club is an international, student-led organization that offers its members opportunities to provide service, build character and develop leadership. It is the largest high school service organization in the world with hundreds of chapters in 38 countries.
Tuesday, November 14, 2017
|Heights play asks 'whodunit'|
|ARCADIA - Members of the Hamilton Heights High School Drama Department cordially invite the community to attend its live production of Ax of Murder from playwright Pat Cook.|
The lead roles are played by seniors Madelyn Merrell and Leigh Anne Reuter, and the stage manager is senior Amelia Ringer.
Friday, November 10, 2017
|Heights teachers vote to ratify two-year contact|
|ARCADIA - The Board of School Trustees of the Hamilton Heights School Corporation and the Hamilton Heights Classroom Teachers Association ratified the 2017-2019 teacher's contract and it was approved unanimously by the Board of School Trustees.|
Changes to the payroll occurred on Oct. 27 with retro pay back to the beginning of the school year or July 1 for those year-round employees.
Friday, November 10, 2017
|Noblesville West's McGavic named Indiana World Languages Teacher of the Year|
Noblesville West Middle School Spanish teacher Lori McGavic has been named the 2017 Indiana Languages Teacher of the Year by the Indiana Network on Early Language Learning.|
Award recipients are selected based on a demonstrated enthusiasm for their content, a student-centered approach to learning, and a dedication to students and the teaching profession.
Thursday, November 9, 2017
|Hamilton Heights Middle School releases first quarter honor rolls|
|Tuesday, October 31, 2017|
|Heights community blood drive collects 57 units for IBC|
ARCADIA - Hamilton Heights High School community blood drive on Thursday resulted in 57 pints of blood registered by some 64 students, faculty, staff and members of the community who stopped in to give of themselves for a worthwhile cause. Each donation will result in multiple usable components for people in Indiana and beyond.|
Monday, October 9, 2017