• Hawk News: 5/19/20

    Posted by David Wiechmann on 5/19/2020

    It's a great day to be a Hawk!

    Announcements:

    • Summer School Information is now posted on the district website.  Summer School starts June 8.  There are opportunities for first time credit as well as credit recovery.  For more information please click on the link below:

      http://www.pfisd.net/domain/301 

    A Message to Seniors:
    from PfISD Board President Vernagene Mott

    HHS Graduation
    June 2, 2020

    Congratulations HAWKS! WE Are Proud of You!

    Indeed a milestone deserved & accomplished!

    YOU (approximately 487 Hawks) have been blessed with many varied cherished experiences the past 18 years that now form your individual identity, your values, your being. Your journey thus far is now 20/20 hindsight and appreciation is extended to your parents, your family, your teachers, your friends and the many who have walked with you side by side, extending support and encouragement every step of the way through the valleys and the mountain-top moments; the “best of times/the worst of times.” But here you are at this pinnacle moment (together but separate) to receive the deserved diploma and appear quite anxious to embrace your passage to the next unwritten chapter of your life. Hopefully, you will identify valuable role models and mentors who will orient you to college, career, workforce or military acquainting you with the many new traditions & culture. Cherish the solid Hawk friendships you have established but also reach out and meet new friends as you expand your ever widening network. There will be lots of opportunities for you to get involved in new groups, clubs, and activities. Continue yearning to learn new ideas each day and striving to thrive whatever the circumstances! The love of learning can last a lifetime and it is a wonderful gift waiting for you to open each day with a smile. Those Hawk character and value traits will serve you well and indeed you may become that incredible role model for others as they observe the way you think, the way you talk and the way you act. We are confident you will be contributing and successful citizens wherever you go, whatever you do! There may be obstacles, barriers, adversities or times you want to scream, cry or laugh out loud. Find your own space to calm down, ponder alternatives, persevere & think your way through knowing possibilities abound! Find that special someone to talk to about any issue realizing a burden shared is half the burden; a joy shared is twice the joy. Your firm foundation earned at HHS coupled with your new expanding experiences will form a launching pad for your future endeavors. Good Luck!

    Congratulations from the PfISD Board of Trustees! We are PROUD of YOU!!! Celebrate this milestone! Sending virtual handshakes, smiles and gigantic hugs!

    Vernagene Mott, PfISD Board President 

    Principal Daniel Garcia
    Hendrickson High School
    Where the Hawks soar!

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  • Hawks News: Senior Cap & Gown Celebration

    Posted by David Wiechmann on 5/14/2020

    Hawks,

    We are excited to share with our school community the HHS plan for the Robert E. Hendrickson High School Class of 2020 Cap and Gown Celebration. Below you will find a link to the schedule and route for the distribution for the C/O 2020 caps and gowns. If you plan on attending, you will find the parking location (marked Parent Parking) for family and friends. We are allowing our families to create posters and attach balloons or streamers to the chain link fence around the Seniors route to drop off books and collect caps and gowns. The decorations may be put up at any time between now and 6 a.m. on Thursday, May 21. Getting these items up by the assigned time will allow us to prevent any congestion or traffic issues in the “Senior Line.” 

     

    Families and friends of the Class of 2020 that elect to attend the Cap and Gown Celebration are expected to self-monitor and practice social distancing. Remaining in your vehicles or sitting in the bed of pick-ups or SUV’s is encouraged. Even putting lawn chairs next to your vehicle is acceptable. Face coverings are highly encouraged as there will  be many families attending the event.

     

    I am thankful to the Class of 2020 Class Officers for their leadership during these unprecedented times. They have learned leadership lessons in some of the toughest times in our country’s history and in their short lives, they have been amazing. I am also grateful for the work and support of the Senior Celebration for the Class of 2020 for their feedback and support. 


    Cap and Gown Celebration.pdf
     

    HHS Student Pick up Drop off Information.pdf  

     

    Yearbook:

    The 2020 yearbook is complete and at the printer. The printing company which is located in Dallas is currently closed as it is not considered an essential business. As soon as they are allowed to re-open, our book should be printed fairly quickly as all of our deadlines were met on time. When we get information on that, we will update you on distribution. It will most likely be similar to the system for graduation gowns.

     

    Respectfully, 
    Daniel Garcia
    Principal
    Robert E. Hendrickson High School

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  • Hawk News 5/11/20

    Posted by David Wiechmann on 5/11/2020

    Good afternoon Hawks,

    This weeks announcements:

    1. Senior Celebration Main Event Lock-In - We heard from the school this week that we will not be able to hold the event at HHS.  We are working on alternate plans and hope to have that decided by the end of this week.  Regardless of what is decided, prizes will still be given away.  Please remind your Senior student to register if they haven't already - https://www.hawks-senior-celebration.com/registration.  If they register by May 15th, they will receive 25 bonus tickets for prizes! 

    2. Senior Celebration is selling yard signs and t-shirts to anyone in the community wanting to support the Class of 2020!  Spread the word to your friends, family and neighbors!  Attached is the image of the yard sign and here is the link to order shirts - https://forms.gle/Wth9UpgR9xh86E3J8.  Katie Lischka is coordinating the sales of both items.  Payment can be sent to her via Venmo (@Katie-Lischka) or cash or check (made out to HHS Senior Celebration) can be left under her door mat at her house - 20304 Wayzata Ct.  She has signs in stock at her house now and those can be paid/picked up anytime.  All shirt orders MUST be pre-paid prior to us placing the order.  If you have any questions, please call/text Katie at 512-565-0398.  *PLEASE NOTE - HHS will be providing all graduating Seniors with a yard sign unrelated to our Senior Celebration signs.* 

    3. Senior Celebration is hosting a low cost DRIVE THROUGH pet clinic at HHS on Tuesday, May 19 from 5-7 p.m. Dogs and cats can get their yearly vaccinations for only $20. Here is a link to the Facebook event with more information and attached is a flyer - shorturl.at/rBES7.

    4. The next Senior Celebration meeting will be on Tuesday, May 19 at 7 p.m. via Zoom. A link to register in advance to attend the meeting was sent via email in Principal Garcia's weekly parent email. This meeting will hold elections for President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer and Member at Large, so tell all the Class of 2021 (Junior) parents you know! If you are interested in running for an office, please email hendricksonseniorcelebration@gmail.com to let us know which position(s) you are interested in. We will also accept nominations from the floor.

    5. Student Experience Survey - Most Hendrickson High School students have completed their student experience survey for the 2019-2020 school year. However, we are looking for 100% participation.

    Students that have not finished their survey have received an email from Mr. Grebb in their student emails.  

    Please ask your child if they have completed their student experience survey

    a. Their school’s survey can be accessed at https://surveys.panoramaed.com/pflugerville/login
    b. Let your child know that their “Access Code” is their Student ID number without the “s”.
    c. Make sure students have a device that has internet access (Chromebook, tablet, computer, smartphone, etc.). 

    After answering all of the questions, click the blue button at the bottom of the screen that says, “Submit.” When you see a final “Thank you” screen, it means you are done. 

    6. Hawk Nation 20-21 Virtual Cheer Tryouts

    REFER TO HAWK NATION CHEER WEBSITE FOR INFORMATION: http://www.pfisd.net/domain/867

    Wednesday, May 20 is the deadline to submit tryout form.

    Advertise HHS Virtual Cheer Tryouts.docx.pdf 

    7. Class of 2021 Students and Parents please visit the "Class of 2021 News" page on the College and Career Website for information from Mrs. Spradlin!

    http://hhscollegeandcareercenter.weebly.com/class-of-2021-news.html

    8. STAAR/EOC tests have been cancelled for the 2019-2020 school year due to the health crisis. Students who pass course work (class) for the 2019-20 school year in ALGEBRA 1, ENGLISH 1, ENGLISH 2, BIOLOGY or US HISTORY will not have to take the STAAR/EOC state test in that area. However, if a student does not pass the course (class) within the 2019-20 school year, the student will have to take the corresponding STAAR/EOC as a part of their high school graduation requirements. 

    Principal Daniel Garcia
    Hendrickson High School
    Where the Hawks Soar!

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  • Hawk News 4/23/20

    Posted by David Wiechmann on 4/23/2020

    Hawks,

    Herff Jones will be delivering caps and gowns on May 21, 2020, between 9 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. in the front drop-off loop at Hendrickson High School. This will be a drive through delivery process, please remain in your vehicle so that we are able to meet the social distancing expectations. As you approach the front of the building a Herff Jones representatives will ask you for your name and they will hand you your cap and gown. If you are able to place a piece of paper on the passenger side dashboard with the student’s first and last name, this would help speed up the process and keep the Herff Jones team safe. 

    There will be lots of excitement and anticipation for the delivery of the graduation regalia, so we ask that you be patient and thoughtful as you arrive on campus.

    Caps and Gowns will be distributed by alphabetical groupings of last name during the designated time below in order to manage traffic, assist with social distance requirements and provide sanitation time for the crew working the drive through line. 

    Last Names         Pick-Up Times
    A – G                    9:00 – 10:15
    H – M                    10:30 – 12:00
    N – Z                     12:15 – 1:30

    The Hendrickson graduation remains scheduled for Saturday, May 30, 2020 at 1 p.m. Information regarding any changes to our ceremony will be shared as soon as details/information becomes available. 

    Pflugerville ISD and Hendrickson High School have partnered and will be giving each Senior of 2020 a yard sign with the image below. The signs will be distributed at the same time as the that Caps and Gowns are delivered. We are thankful to our district leadership for helping us to recognize the amazing Hendrickson High School Class of 2020.

    Proud of our 2020 Hendrickson High School Graduate  

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Additional Information:

    We are meeting with Coaches and Directors tomorrow morning to create a plan to schedule times for students collect items from different parts of the building. Coaches and Directors will coordinate, communicate and schedule with their students assigned times during the week of May 4-8 to collect items. Please stay tuned for information from these individuals and the times and process they will each use.

    Information on AP testing: 

    https://hendricksononline.weebly.com/ap-community-page.html   

    Financial Aid Application (FAFSA)

    There is still time to fill out the 2020-21 FAFSA for your student to receive aid for the upcoming school year.  www.fafsa.ed.gov

    After filing your FAFSA, if you have experienced any financial difficulties in light of recent events, please contact the university financial aid offices to address your concerns and changes so that they can help make adjustments to your student aid need.

    Leigh Ann Spradlin
    College & Career Counselor
    Hendrickson High School CCC Website
    http://hhscollegeandcareercenter.weebly.com/

     

    Respectfully, 
    Daniel Garcia
    Principal
    Robert E. Hendrickson High School
    #HawkYeah

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  • Hawk News 4/11/20

    Posted by David Wiechmann on 4/11/2020

    Hawks,

    Below you will find a summary of the class Zoom meetings held on Wednesday, April 8, 2020.  The meetings were organized to provide our students a forum to connect, ask questions or share concerns about the remote learning plan at Hendrickson High School.  As with any new venture there were some very positive outcomes and some areas to improve, such as the sharing of the Zoom Meeting code and the use of inaccurate screen names.  We will continue to evaluate all platforms in order to determine which are able to provide students the most secure opportunity to connect with the campus. 

    Please know that we are diligently working through some of the issues listed below and we will share the information as it becomes available.

    Zoom Class Meeting Summary:

    • Senior Prom 
      • As communicated through previous email, prom has been canceled.
      • In the event that we are allowed back on campus before the campus/class determined cutoff date of July 28th, we will resume with planning an alternative prom celebration.
      • If we are NOT allowed back on campus before the cutoff date of July 28th and we are unable to host an alternative Prom celebration, all purchased tickets will be refunded.
    • Senior Celebration
      • The Senior Celebration Committee continues to actively plan Senior Celebration and is working on contingency plans for celebrating Seniors if necessary.
      • When updated information is available, this information will be communicated to students, parents/guardians and our school community.
    • Commencement Ceremony (Graduation)
      • As of today, April 11th, there are no changes for HHS Graduation ceremonies.
      • In the event that an update is available, this information will be communicated to students, parents/guardians and our school community.
    • 4th 9-Weeks Grades
      • GRADING – Reminder: teachers will begin taking grades for your online or paper based coursework on April 13, 2020.
      •  Pflugerville ISD is finalizing the grading and GPA calculations policy, this information will be shared as soon as possible.
    • GPA/Rank
      • PfISD personnel are working to determine an appropriate course of action to calculate student GPAs and rankings.
      • When the updated policy is released , the information will be communicated to students, parents/guardians and our school community.
    • TSI Testing
      • Mrs. Spradlin is working to gather necessary information to determine potential courses of action regarding TSI testing.
      • Please continue to check any Remind101 messages from Mrs. Spradlin and/or student e-mail inboxes for updated information.
    • Obligations/Attendance
      • Campus personnel are working to determine an appropriate course of action for collecting obligation fees and reinforcing attendance.
        • At this time, however, please focus your energy on academic credit achievement rather than making up hours.
        • If you have any questions, please e-mail your grade level principal.

    STAAR/EOC TESTS – All STAAR/EOC tests have been canceled for this school year. If you are currently enrolled in Algebra 1, English 1 , English 2 , U.S. History  and Biology AND you pass the class for the year you will not be required to take these EOCs. Here is a link to the TEA website if you would like to read more about this. https://tea.texas.gov/about-tea/news-and-multimedia/correspondence/taa-letters/cancellation-of-staar-testing-for-the-remainder-of-the-school-year

    AP EXAMS - Those of you in AP courses, you will still be taking your AP exams, but they will be administered online. Your AP teacher will communicate with you regarding these changes.  https://apcoronavirusupdates.collegeboard.org/students

    COMMUNICATE WITH YOUR TEACHERS - If you are having difficulty with an assignment or are having a tough time staying up with the work please email your teachers. The remote learning format is new to them also – please reach out to them if you need help. Teachers have “Office Hours” between 2nd and 3rd periods and 6th and 7th periods daily. They are also available after 1:30, if needed I encourage you to email your teachers to schedule a time to for them to provide you support.

    COUNSELORS – The HHS counselors are also still available for any questions or concerns that you may have. This is the link to their contact information https://hhshelp.weebly.com/our-department.html

    • If I don't have technology or internet at home, please complete the survey below.  The date has passed, but go ahead and fill it out just in case they have additional computers/laptops available.  https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe2h9gEeeCLRVkiGoWPsYLv1NJarU_d2lTnjxwUb9JfXJNQ-g/viewform   
    • Paper-based learning: Kelly Lane and Park Crest are distribution centers for various class packets. You can always pick up packets to stay engaged with remote learning for your classes. 

    Please reach out if we can help you in any way. Take care and stay safe.

    Respectfully,
    Daniel Garcia
    Principal, Hendrickson High School
    #HawkYeah 

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  • Hawk News 3/30/20

    Posted by David Wiechmann on 3/30/2020

    Hawks,

    Tomorrow is our second, 1st day of school for this school year. It is both exciting and frightening as we move to using teaching platforms and technology that a week ago many of us didn’t know existed. As we get going in the morning, I want you to know we understand we are all dealing with so much right now. Trying to figure out how to best use your technology resources to navigate work expectations and learning can be overwhelming. Please know that it is my expectation of the Hendrickson team to operate with a high level of understanding for the many situations that our families are navigating. I also expect that they will demonstrate and extend grace and high levels of patience as we begin the new learning process. Please do not allow the current reality of teaching and learning to overwhelm you, your student or your family, it will be fine. Know that our teachers are excited to support and help and are available via email. Working together we will get through this all. 

    This following information is NEW and is specifically for students who will be engaging in remote learning using live interaction platforms - Zoom is the primary platform for our use. The following form should be viewed by all parents because it outlines the rules for using live interaction platforms, I am putting the rules at the bottom of this page in case you cannot load the form. Complete the form by clicking here if you DO NOT want your student to participate in any live interaction learning. Teachers are aware that some students will not have permission to engage, as well as not all students engaging in remote learning will be able to be a part of every Zoom. Teachers will work with students and families in cases where they cannot participate- either because the timing didn't work, technology was temporarily unavailable, or permission was not granted.

    Here is the information in the form:

    Dear Parents and Guardians:
    Teachers and staff have the opportunity to use Zoom as way to connect with your student to provide instruction and support. Zoom is the leader in modern enterprise video communications, with an easy, reliable cloud platform for video and audio conferencing, collaboration, chat, and webinars across mobile devices, desktops, telephones, and room systems.
    Before we begin educating with Zoom, we want to share some guidelines with you as well as provide you with the opportunity to opt your student out of live interactions.
    All meetings will be conducted under the established district guidelines which state:
    1. Students under the age of 18 should not go to www.zoom.us to create an account because minors are not permitted to create an account per Zoom’s Terms of Service.
    2. Teachers must establish live meeting norms and behavior expectations with participants at the beginning of the meeting.
    3. Parents/Guardians and Principals and/or Assistant Principals must be invited to every live meeting.
    4. Participants are required to sign in to attend meetings. Requiring this ensures that each meeting participant is monitored and identified.
    5. Live meetings must happen during the scheduled instructional framework times and be instruction specific.
    6. Live meetings must be recorded and saved, no exceptions.
    7. Private chat option must be disabled.
    8. Screen Sharing must be disabled.
    10. After the meeting starts, the meeting should be locked. When you lock the meeting, no new participants can join, even if they have the meeting ID and password.
    11. Expel a participant to remove anyone who is not supposed to be in the meeting or not abiding by established live meeting norms.
    12. Live interactions will be actively monitored and video will be disabled to block unwanted, distracting or inappropriate gestures on video.
    13. Live interactions will be actively monitored and participants muted or the mute all option will be used to block unwanted, distracting or inappropriate noise from the meeting.
    14. Teachers may use live interactions to provide small group instruction. Because of this, it will be impossible to protect students' participation in special programming. For example, a parent may sign into a live intervention class and witness other students receiving intervention services. This is equivalent to a parent requesting to observe a classroom in real-time.
    15. The Student Code of Conduct applies to all live interactions. Therefore, inappropriate behavior or viewing of inappropriate content while using live meetings will be reported to an Administrator immediately.
    16. Staff that witness any student being placed in a situation of danger, abuse, and/or neglect during a live meeting will follow Child Abuse and Neglect reporting policies.
    17. PfISD Acceptable Use Policies will be followed at all times.

    If you have concerns or questions about this opt-out form, please contact your campus administrator prior to submitting the form.
    If you have more than one student, please complete a form per student. 
     

    As always, know that I am proud to serve our students, staff, Pflugerville ISD and the Robert E. Hendrickson school community.

    Please let us know how we can help and support. 

    Respectfully, 
    Daniel Garcia
    Principal
    Robert E. Hendrickson High School

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  • Hawk News 3/27/20

    Posted by David Wiechmann on 3/27/2020

    Hawks,

    Please find attached the link to the Hendrickson High School Instructional Communication and Access websiteThe intent of the website is to facilitate communication between our students, parents, staff and stakeholders.  It provides a central location for our school community to quickly locate all teachers at Robert E. Hendrickson High School involved in the instruction of their student.  Each teacher is listed with a description or links to the online platform the teacher intends to use to deliver instruction. It does not contain day-to-day lesson content or assignments. Teachers will be providing content and instruction to students on a regular basis using the schedule we have provided. Most teachers have contacted their students and provided directions or information on how they will conduct their classes during the assigned class time and that is posted on the web-site. If a teacher has yet to post information I encourage you to email them to get information about the class moving forward.

    Our administrative team, counselors and social worker are also available to answer questions and provide resources. The link below provides a quick an easy way to connect with us all. Students interested in using Zoom or similar platform to meet should use their student email to request a meeting time.

    Please know and understand that our intent is not to overwhelm our students during this time we are not on campus, but merely to continue to keep our students engaged in learning.  I have instructed our team to move slow and give grace as we work to restart our teaching and learning. Let us know how we can support you or your student as we begin teaching and learning in a whole different manner. We are proud to serve the Pflugerville ISD and Robert E. Hendrickson High School community.

    LINK TO HHS COURSE ONLINE ACCESS WEBSITE:  https://hendricksononline.weebly.com/ 

    Respectfully,
    Daniel Garcia
    Principal
    Robert E. Hendrickson High School

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  • Hawk News 2/11

    Posted by David Wiechmann on 2/11/2020

    It's a great day to be a Hawk!

    This weeks announcements:

    • Seniors please continue to turn in your Graduation Contract if you have not done so already. It is crucial to get this turned in so that there aren't any errors on your diploma.
    • On February 14, Hendrickson High School will be hosting our 3rd annual Summer Job and Career Exploration Fair. This is a day for HHS students to explore both career options and summer job and internship opportunities. We will have numerous local businesses on hand at Hendrickson High School to recruit students for summer positions and internships. There will also be a variety of local professionals presenting to small groups of students about their career.

    • Students can send someone a Valentines Day Gift using the Valentine's Day Sale Order Form.pdf, deadline is Thursday, February 13. Proceeds benefit Hendrickson Class of 2021.

    • The PfISD Fire/EMT Academy Packets are now available in student services (see the flyer linked below). They are due to the counseling office on February 24. Hendrickson is hosting a Fire and EMT Academy information session February 20 at 6 p.m. in the library. Pflugerville Fire Department, PfISD Fire/EMT Academy Instructor and PfISD CTE leadership will all be on hand to present and answer questions. NOTE: This session will not be beneficial for Health Science students interested in EMT only. That will be handled by the Health Science Teachers. 

      Fire-EMT-Program Flyer.pdf

    • Attention all AP Parents! AP Test fees are due Wednesday February 26. Parents should have received an invoice in your email from APTSUSA that contains a payment link. If you did not receive an email, please send an email to info@aptsusa.com that includes your student’s name, name of the school and the request for your invoice to be reissued.

    • The Silver Dancer Intensive is Saturday, March 7th from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Hendrickson High School. Students in 6th-12th grade are welcome to attend and no dance experience is required! The Silver Dancers will be leading the Intensive participants in a fun day full of learning and growing as dancers! Click here for registration and more information.

    • Prom Ticket Sales Events: March 23-27; April 13-23; Before and After School in E110. Email: Elizabeth.cole@pfisd.net with questions or concerns.

    • Dear Hawk Community, please join our HHS Hawk Nation Cap10K Team! You can run, walk, jog, or do all three! Registration is $30, but it is still cheaper than the price for the general public. Since the spring of 2015, HHS has competed in the Cap10K School Challenge. The fastest high school is awarded $500, which we’ve won before! We hope to take it again this year! Don’t worry…the adults (teachers, parents, staff, alumni, etc.) are not included in competition for fastest team…just the students. I’ve registered our high school team as HHS Hawk Nation. Remember, parents, and alumni can sign up to be part of our team. I hope you will join us! Registration Link

    • In preparation for graduation we kindly request any donation of ties/bow ties for students who may need one. Please drop any donations off in the front office. We greatly appreciate any contributions.  

    Kudos:

    Silver Dancers had a blast on their trip to San Antonio and had many excellent performances at contest on Saturday! We competed against 35 teams and our students represented HHS with humility, determination, and grace. We are incredibly proud of their accomplishments! See results from our competition below: 

    • Officer Dances
      • Best in Class Officer Contemporary (1st Place Large Division)
        **Award in Artistry in Officer Contemporary**
      • Best in Class Officer Jazz (1st Place Large Division)
      • Best in Class Officer Lyrical (1st Place Large Division)
      • Overall Silver Sweepstakes
      • Large Division Grand Champion Officers (1st Place)
      • 3rd Place Overall for the entire competition!
    •  Team Dances
      • Elite contemporary company - Silver Sweepstakes and 1st Place Overall
      • Best in Class Team Contemporary (1st Place Large Division)
      • **Award in Artistry in Team Contemporary**
      • **Team Contemporary - 2nd highest scoring routine for the entire contest**
      • **Highest scoring Team Contemporary routine for the entire contest**
      • Best in Class Team Hip Hop (1st Place Large Division)
      • **Crowd Pleaser Entertainment Award in Team Hip Hop**
      • Best in Class Team Jazz (1st Place Large Division)
      • **Award in Artistry in Team Jazz**
      • Best in Class Team Lyrical (1st Place Large Division)
      • Overall Silver Sweepstakes
      • Large Division Grand Champions (1st Place)
      • 4th Place Overall for the entire competition!

    Thank you all so much for your support of the Silver Dancerss! Wish us luck as we compete this Saturday at the Killeen Heart of Texas Contest!
     
    Weekly Calendar

    Principal Daniel Garcia
    Hendrickson High School
    Where the HAWKS soar!
     

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  • Hawk News 2/7

    Posted by David Wiechmann on 2/7/2020

    It's a great day to be a Hawk!

    Announcements:

    • Chip it in FORE the Hawks Golf Tournament - Benefiting the HHS Senior Class of 2020, Friday March 27th, 1:30 tee time

      Tickets are available on Eventbrite, $100 per player or $400 per team - https://hhsgolf.eventbrite.com

      Hole sponsorships are available for $300 per hole - Payment can be made by visiting https://www.hawks-senior-celebration.com/ and selecting the donate tab

      Golf cart sponsorships are available for $100 per cart - Payment can be made by visiting https://www.hawks-senior-celebration.com/ and selecting the donate tab

      The golf committee is also looking for volunteers to help organize the event and help during the golf tournament.   

      We also need donations of gift cards, gift baskets, and other prizes that can be given away or used for the silent auction at the golf tournament. Please contact Mark Lischka @ 512-431-8909 if you would like to volunteer or donate items.

      All proceeds benefit the main event “aka project graduation” for the HHS Senior Class of 2020 help on May 30th — GO HAWKS!!! 

      Golf Cart Sponsorship form.pdf | HHS Golf Sponsorship 2020.pdf  | Player Registration Form.pdf 
    • Prom Ticket Sales Events: March 23-27 and April 13-23 before and after School in E110. Email: Elizabeth.cole@pfisd.net with questions or concerns.

    Kudos:

    • Hawk Nation Cheerleaders won the Championship at the Texas Open State Competition on February 1. These girls will be competing in California at the USA National Championship on February 14. 

      HHS Cheerleads at Texas Cheerleading Open State Championship

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Please congratulate the following students on their hard work and achievement from our FCCLA Region competition this weekend in Corpus Christi.

    3rd Place: Toys that Teach

    Jazmine Sandoval
    Arly Gomez

    4th Place: Food Innovations Team 1
    Sirad Abdi-Yusuf
    Fatuma Yusuf

    Huge shout out to the other teams who worked hard and competed:
    Food Innovations Team 2:
    Maddison Gaba
    Tatum Jund

    Fashion Design Team 1
    Monae Thompson

    Fashion Design Team 2
    Kayla Saffell
    Kailyn White
    Nicole Ayad

    Principal Daniel Garcia
    Hendrickson High School
    Where the Hawks soar!
     

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  • Hawk News 1/27/20

    Posted by David Wiechmann on 1/27/2020

    Its a great day to be a hawk!

    This weeks announcements:

    • Seniors please continue to turn in your Graduation Contract if you have not done so already. It is crucial to get this turned in so that there aren't any errors on your diploma.
    • Prom tickets on sale this week (January 27-31) every day but Tuesday the 28th! Come before and after school to E110. Make sure you have your student ID and prom contract completed. Be prepared to login to Skyward to show attendance.
    • Prom Fashion Show meeting Tuesday, Jan. 28 in the HHS library at 7 p.m. Mandatory for all students and parents of students that will be in the fashion show. 
    • Mr. HHS will be held in the PAC at 7 p.m. this Thursday, Jan. 30.
    • Students have been working on course selections for the 2020-2021 school year. We’ve completed 11th and 10th grade. We will start with 9thgrade on Monday, Jan. 27 and finish with them on Tuesday, Jan. 28. Please take a look at the course sheet for the grade your child will be in next year and go over the choices with them. 10th Grade HHS COURSE SELECTION SHEET.pdf 11th Grade HHS COURSE SELECTION SHEET.pdf 12th Grade HHS COURSE SELECTION SHEET.pdf 
    • Daddy/Daughter Dance Saturday, Feb. 1 at 5 p.m. or 7 p.m. at Blackhawk Amenity Center. $25 for daddy/daughter duo. All proceeds benefit the HHS Senior Celebration for the Class of 2020. Daddy Daughter Dance Flyer.pdf 
    • Hawk Band 1st Annual Main St. Music Festival is Saturday, Feb. 8 at 5 p.m. Join us for a night of dinner, music and entertainment. $20.00 for dinner followed by a performance in the PAC. Main st festival Poster.pdf 
    • The A+FCU Scholarship deadline is quickly approaching. Please share this information with your students and encourage them to apply by 11:59 p.m. Monday, Feb. 17. For 2020, we’re awarding 50 $2,000 scholarships to: 
      • High school graduating seniors pursuing an education major
      • High school graduating seniors pursuing majors in other fields
      • College students with a minimum of 60 collegiate hours and admitted to a College of Education
      • Teachers working on a master’s degree 
      • Eligible applicants must be a current A+FCU member or a child or grandchild of an A+FCU member and attending or planning to attend a college or university.
    • Attention AP testers: Final AP payments are due no later than February 26. Final invoices were emailed to the PARENT EMAIL ADDRESS provided on the deposit submission form. If you cannot locate your invoice, please email info@aptsusa.com for assistance. You MUST include in the email your name, name of your school and your request for your invoice to be reissued. Exams with balance due on February 27 will automatically be cancelled in the MyAP system and the deposit forfeited.
    • Senior and Junior Parents please keep an eye on the district scholarship website for opportunities for your students! https://pfisdscholarshiplist.weebly.com/
    • December STAAR/EOC scores are available to families online at https://hhsstaarresults.weebly.com/
    • In preparation for graduation we kindly request any donation of ties/bow ties for students who may need one. Please drop any donations off in the front office. We greatly appreciate any contributions. 

    Kudos:

    • FFA Students have been raising their projects since last spring in hopes of making the county auction. Hendrickson FFA has 14 sale slots at the county auction this year made up by the following students:
      • ​​​​​​​Rachel Clark with a  Grand Champion Landscape Picture
      • Bryce Baca with a 5th place pen of rabbits
      • Ellie Cazzasa with a 23rd place pen of rabbits
      • Isaac Hidrogo with a 1st place market goat
      • Amanda Carroll with a 4th place market goat
      • Faith Cummings with a  3rd place medium wool lamb
      • Hanna Tuttle with a 3rd place medium wool lamb
      • Avery Kurtz with a  4th place medium wool lamb
      • Rachel Clark with an 8th place medium wool lamb
      • Noemy Ramirez with a 10th place medium wool lamb
      • Sydney Kurtz with a 3rd place cross market pig
      • Natalie Barton with a 6th place cross market pig
      • Dominic Aldape with a 7th place cross market pig
      • Bryce Baca with a 2nd place market steer

    (The students listed above attended the TCYS Auction where they will receive money for their project in which they can use for future projects or their college fund.)

    Other success our chapter had, but did not qualify for an auction slot due to sale slot rules, include a 2nd place Southdown lamb shown by Gianna Sangiovani (needed to be a breed champion for a sale slot in her breed division), Bryce Baca in 3rd place for senior market rabbit, and Hanna Tuttle in 3rd place for senior market lamb showmanship. 

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    Principal Daniel Garcia
    Hendrickson High School
    Where the Hawks soar!

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