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Course registration

A student struggles to choose classes for a reasonable schedule, using PowerSchool. It’s only been used to register courses for the past ten years, but it makes the process more efficient than older methods. “I like the PowerSchool system. Kudos to guidance. They do a good job. It’s well-done, it works for me,” said Roy-Faucher, who uses PowerSchool annually to recommend students for classes.

Rowan Gingras, Op-Ed Editor

February 20, 2018

Have you picked from the seemingly-endless list of electives yet? Are you looking forward to spending an evening staring at PowerSchool? Yes, it is that time of year again. From Feb.6-19, course registration for the 2018-2019 school year is open for HBHS students. Course registration is a process in which th...

A run for Us

148 runners leave the starting line at the first annual Sau41 2Run5k on Thursday, September 28th. The event benefitted UNICEF for Irma Kids, a charitable organization helping children and families recover from the devastation in Florida. As race winner Wilson Mason said, “the most rewarding part was knowing that we raised over $2000 for charity, so it’s good to come back to a community that wants to give back.”

Adam McQuilkin, Staff Writer

October 13, 2017

On Thursday September 28th, 148 teachers and staff from across the district came together to participate in the first annual 2Run5k, a road race held on the HBHS campus. The race, a new addition to the community calendar, was created as a way to raise money in support for local charities, encouragin...

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