The Hudson Area Schools
The Girls basketball teams are hosting a Red Out game to support the American Heart Association tonight against Dundee. There will be a donation dessert table and 3 point contest for prizes. All donations will go to the American Heart Association. Come cheer on the girls and support a great cause!
Next week is Winter Homecoming. We have some activities planned that we would like to share with you.
Dress up days are as follows: Tuesday is Gender Bender day. Dress up as the opposite sex. On Wednesday, you have the choice of two ways you can dress up. Make it Rain (dress for the big rainstorm) or Mismatch day (nothing you wear matches). Thursday is Movie Day (dress as your favorite movie character). Friday is Orange and Black day. If you purchased a Team Rychener shirt, you should wear it on Friday.
We also will be playing volleyball at high school lunch and we will have a pop chug and chubby bunny contest on Friday at HS lunch. Friday afternoon will be the pep assembly. The basketball game, announcing of homecoming king and queen and HS homecoming dance will all be on Friday night.
In addition, if you would like to help support the Flint water crisis, please bring in packaged drinking water (in 4,6,8,12 or 24 packs). We would like to have enough water to pack a bus and take it up to Flint. Bring you water to the cafeteria in the mornings and we will take it from there! The challenge is on!
The Spanish club will be selling Valentine's Day Treats for your "sweetie" today during both Middle School and High School Lunches.
Attention HEF Scholarship applicants!
It is time to sign up for the scholarship interview. The dates available are Wednesday, February 24th and Thursday, February 25th starting at 3:00 pm on both days. Signup is in the counseling office and times available are on a first come basis. You MUST go through the interview process in order to qualify for a HEF scholarship. Also, be aware that this is similar to a job interview, so you will want to dress for success!
My Turn to Drive Segment One class dates are now up. Your birthday must be on or before July 14, 2001 to sign up. The class will run from March 14-31 from 3-5pm in the High School. The cost is $260.00. Signups are outside the High School office.
Segment Two classes are now available as well. Dates are March 14-16 from 5-7. The cost for this class is $40 and you must have your Level 1 license for at least 3 months to attend this class. Sign-ups are outside the Office.
The Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan is accepting online scholarship applications thru April 15, 2016. Please pick up information at the counseling office or from Mr. Reed to get the link to apply.
Any High School student interested in helping out with the Hudson Science Olympiad Invitational on Feb. 20th, please see Mr. Webb this week.
The Jackson College Foundation scholarships are now available for students to apply. If you plan on attending Jackson College in the fall, please stop by the counseling office to pick up a yellow handout to complete the application process. By filling out this one application, students will be considered for numerous scholarships. The application deadline is April 1, 2016. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Cheney.
The Community Choice Credit Union Foundation is accepting applications from high school seniors who plan on attending a 2 or 4 year program at a Michigan college or university. Scholarships of up to $5,000 each will be awarded to those who demonstrate outstanding academic achievement, involvement in extra-curricular activities and a dedication to community service. Eligible applications must plan on attending a Michigan college or university and must pledge to stay in Michigan after college. For more information, please visit their site at www.communitychoicecu.com and select the scholarship tab.
Two Sigmund Scholarships are available to seniors who plan on attending a 2 or 4 year college or a trade school for the fall, 2016 school year. Last year, the Sigmund Foundation gave 95-$5000 scholarships for traditional and trades degree. The application process is lengthy, but well worth the effort. To apply, please log on to sigmundfoundation.org. Deadline for submitting the form is April 15th.
NHS is holding a three week long fundraiser to help those with Leukemia. Each classroom has four boxes labeled “Freshmen”, “Sophomores”, “Juniors”, and “Seniors”. The money collected in all four of these boxes will benefit the fifth hour classroom’s chances of winning a pizza party. They will also help decide which class will win this homecoming event. Support your school and children with Leukemia.
Key Club is hosting a Prom Dress Re-Sale. This is taking place March 5th and 6th in the Middle School Gym. Check out the flyers posted in the hallways or see Takota Voelzke with any questions.
From now until May 25th Luminaire’s will be sold for $10. For those of you who do not know what a luminaire is, it is a candle that is lit in memory of someone lost to or currently fighting cancer at Relay for Life. The sign up list will be next to the office. All money is due to Brittany Karn. Proceeds will go to the American Cancer Society in search of a cure for cancer. Please make a way to show you have paid, it would be greatly appreciated. Also, Monday the 15th will be a free breakfast at Johnny T’s in Hillsdale. Donations will also be highly appreciated. Come help support team Helen/team Rychener.