WELCOME TO HURON HIGH SCHOOL e-NOTES
FACEBOOK PRESENTATION ON WEBSITE
Facebook Social Relationships Presentation from 4/16/12 is posted to the PTSO website along with meeting minutes.
The Huron Players proudly present Neil Simon’s Fools, where Leon Tolchinsky has landed a teaching job in a Russian hamlet that has been cursed with chronic stupidity. Performances are this Friday and Saturday at 7:30, and next Friday and Saturday at 7:30, in the New Theater.
KUDOS to the Ann Arbor Student Home Building Program students who won their second straight State TeamWorks championship bringing the gold medal home to Ann Arbor. This qualifies the team to go to national competition in Kansas City, Missouri from June 23rd to 28th to compete for the national title. Team members are: Grant Stadelman, Huron junior, carpenter and Team captain, William Carras, Pioneer senior and electrician, Patrick Wiesner, Skyline senior and plumber, and Jonas Gearhart/Hall Community High junior,and brick mason. Awesome job!!!
FLOWER SALE TIME – FORMS on line
Just in time for MOM's Day gifts and summer gardening. PLEASE Support the HURON FLOWER sale, which benefits the Senior Graduation Party (& future classes)
More flowers and color choices offered this year.
All great quality from Pinter's Nursery (where the huge poinsettia's came from in Winter)
See attached Flower Flyer, Hanging Baskets & Annual Flats order forms and customer receipts.
Orders with payment DUE Friday May 4, Huron Main Office. Write checks to "Huron Graduation Party"
Pick-up Friday May 11, 2:30-5PM, under Huron Arch. Thank-you!
Any questions please e-mail Lynneschwank@comcast.net or call 487-1545
Thanks, Lynne Schwank, Huron parent & Flower Sale Coordinator
PTSO Spring Staff Appreciation Lunch – Wednesday, May 9
The PTSO will be hosting the Annual Spring Staff Appreciation Lunch on Wednesday, May 9. Please consider making a donation of food or your time to this important event!Go to http://www.signupgenius.com/go/5080B48A9A82D6-2012 for event details and to sign up to bring food and/or volunteer.
GRAD PARTY AFTERNOON TEA
Please join us for an Afternoon Tea Party Open House, Sunday May 6 from 2-5pm at the home of Teri Henning! Please wear your favorite hat (gloves optional) and enjoy tea, scones and finger sandwiches! Tickets are $20 each and the ticket money will go towards the 2012 Graduation Party. Please RSVP to Teri Henning firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a spot, there will only be 40 available!
CYBER BULLYING WORKSHOP
Washtenaw Intermediate School Dist., 1819 S. Wagner Rd., Ann Arbor, MI 48106
7:00-8:00 p.m., Tuesday, May 8
Learn some basics for keeping your kids safe online. In addition to cyberbullying, we will cover social networking, texting and sexting, privacy issues and how to talk to your kids about being good cyber citizens.
PLEASE RSVP to: (734) 434-4215 or email@example.com
CANCER SUPPORT INFO
I am Lynn Palacios, a volunteer with The Cancer Support Community of Greater Ann Arbor. The Cancer Support Community of Greater Ann Arbor offers support programs for children and teens and has a new space within its facility designed especially for this age group. The program for teens is for teens with a parent or loved one with cancer. All of our programs are offered free of charge.
You can find more information about The Cancer Support Community at:
And information about the programs offered for children and teens at this webpage:
Please contact me if you have any questions, contact information follows my name below.
Lynn Palacios firstname.lastname@example.org
Volunteer with The Cancer Support Community of Greater Ann Arbor
2010 Hogback Road, Suite 3 Ann Arbor, MI 48105 734.975.2500
TECH BOND INFO, VOTE MAY 8
The Ann Arbor Public Schools is seeking approval of a technology bond on
Tuesday, May 8, that would raise $46 million over the next 10 years. The cost for homeowners would be about 0.5 mills or $50 per year for a family in a home with a market value of $200,000. The district needs this bond because the dedicated technology dollars from the 2004 bond are now exhausted.
This new technology bond will largely replace and bring up to par the existing technology in our schools. In collaboration with leaders in our community, tech experts from Google, Microsoft and Menlo Innovations are helping the district to develop its plan for technology use in the next five to 10 years.
Every school will receive upgrades, with such items as new laptops, mobile devices, printers and document cameras. Many of the district’s computers are so out of date that they don’t support current software. Also, the district’s wireless and network infrastructures will be expanded so that wi-fi access in every building gives teachers and students faster and more powerful access to data.
I hope you will read the attached flyer…and forward this e-mail to your friends.
Investing in our kids really is investing in the future of our community.
Our current Huron PTSO Leadership Team is wonderful, but we are getting 'old' with our youngest children getting closer to graduation. We have several PTSO Board positions open for next year, and our final PTSO meeting of the year is on May 7. We need one Co-Treasurer, a Vice President, and one President or two Co-Presidents. Also, we need a Treasurer for the Graduation Party group. Please send names of parents/guardians that come to mind to serve our school community. Our nominating committee will be glad to contact them to see if they are willing to step into one of many roles available. Email email@example.com.
We have an educated and generous parent population. Please help the PTSO to identify new leaders by nominating parents/guardians for the Huron PTSO Board, or contact me directly if you are willing to serve.
Thanks and Go Rats!
Huron PTSO President