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  • Vape Pens and Teens

    Thursday, February 21, 2019 6:30 to 8 p.m. This event is geared for community members to receive a clearer understanding of the current public health concerns regarding the dramatic rise of adolescent use of e-cigarettes/vape pens. This workshop will review current trends, polices, prevention strategies and resources available for parents and other adults.

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  • Bus Drivers needed…Free Training. Call 634-2700.

    Bus Drivers needed…Free Training. Call 634-2700.

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  • 8th Grade Parent Night

    Parents are invited to come and hear about Heritage High School and explore the various programs, courses and activities that will be offered to their student. When: Wednesday, January 30, 2019 Where: Gymnasium at Heritage High School Time: 5:15PM-6:00PM – 8th grade students and families 6:00PM-8:00PM – Visit Departments and Advanced Placement Presentations

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  • Calling all LEADERS!

    Students who are interested in applying for ASB Leadership, Link Crew, or PLUS MUST come to the informational meetings on EITHER 2/6 or 2/7 at lunch in the Theater. Applications will be given at the meetings and you MUST attend ONE of the meetings to be considered for any of the Leadership classes at HHS. Bring your ID to be scanned in for attendance.

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  • Run for Class Office?

    Interested in running for a Class Officer or ASB Officer position? Come to the informational meetings on 1/17 and 1/23 in ES-101 at lunch. You must attend one of the meetings to be eligible to run.

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  • Coffee With The Principal

    February 20 – Chill Coffee @ 9 am

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  • Mission Statement

    Heritage High School is dedicated to empowering students to become life-long learners, committed to Honesty, Equality, Respect, Integrity, Trust, Achievement, Generosity and Excellence.  All classrooms will provide a student-centered, rigorous, relevant and innovative standards-based curriculum  developed in a professional learning community.  We are committed to prepare our students to be productive citizens in a global community using career academies, enhanced extracurricular activities, and instructional technology. 
    Vision Statement
    Heritage High School will create an effective cross-curricular professional learning community to promote the mastery of the common core standards.  Through collaboration, reflection and analysis of student learning, our PLC will ensure students achieve their academic potential in preparation for college and careers.  Staff members, students and parents will create a safe and supportive environment in which all students become productive life-long learners that impact the community in a positive way.  
    School-wide Learner Outcomes
    Academic Standards:

    Students will demonstrate academic proficiency by meeting the common core and state content standards in preparation for their post-secondary endeavors.

    Research and Technology:

    Students will demonstrate proficiency in using various resources and technology to conduct research, test hypotheses and solve problems.

    Critical Thinking:

    Students will demonstrate an ability to think critically and creatively, work collaboratively and independently, and take responsibility for their thoughts and actions.


    Students will develop effective communication skills through critical and reflective reading, writing, speaking and listening.


    Students will demonstrate an understanding of social responsibility and will respect diversity in the school community and the larger society.



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