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Hawk NewsPosted by Marcial Guajardo on 4/23/2018 7:00:00 AM
Below you will find information from the Hendrickson Senior Celebration Committee. This group of parents and supporters of the Class of 2018 are working hard to provide the graduating class with an amazing event. They still have many opportunities to volunteer or support the Hendrickson Senior Celebration.
As always, thank you for your support of our campus and students.
Robert E. Hendrickson High School
Class of 2018 Senior Celebration Information:
Registration forms for the night of the event will start being available soon. If you turn them in early, you have the opportunity to earn additional raffle tickets for prizes the night of the event.
Return your form between April 23 – April 27, get 40 EXTRA raffle tickets!
Return your form between April 30 – May 4, get 25 EXTRA raffle tickets!
Return your form between May 7 – May 11, get 20 EXTRA raffle tickets!
Return your form between May 14 – May 18, get 15 EXTRA raffle tickets!
Return your form between May 21 – May 25, get 10 EXTRA raffle tickets!
Return your form between May 29 – June 1, get five EXTRA raffle tickets!
We have bought a lot of prizes already but students, if you would like to give us a (serious) suggestion, please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will take that in to consideration.
We have several events coming up for Senior Celebration:
- April 20 – Spirit Day at Jersey Mike's – All day. Receipts must be placed in a bucket for us to receive credit. We will get 15 percent of these sales.
- April 21 – Princess / Superhero Party 1-3 p.m., HHS Cafeteria. We need LOTS of help, especially from students, to make this a success. Please sign up here to help the day of the event. We will also have Scentsy, LulaRoe, and LipSense booths available during the event for parents to shop since it is not a drop off event.
- April 30 – Kendra Scott In-Store Event The Domain 6-8 p.m. You must mention you are supporting HHS Senior Celebration.
- May 5 – Round Rock Express game 6:30 p.m. You must purchase tickets through this link for us to get a portion of each ticket. The Spazmatics (80's cover band) will perform after the game as well!
For a full list of events, please visit our website.
- Madeline Sheppard – President
- Julie Hartle – Vice President
- Melissa Chandler – Treasurer
- Dana Whitmire – Secretary
- Michelle Booth – Member at Large, Fundraising Chairperson
Visit our website: www.hendricksonseniorcelebration.webs.com
Like our Facebook page: Hendrickson Senior Celebration
Join our Facebook group: Hendrickson Class of 2018
Follow us on Twitter: HHS SC 2018
Sign up for Remind: Enter this message 81010 and text this message to @4e6229
Hawk NewsPosted by Marcial Guajardo on 4/16/2018 3:00:00 PM
We wrapped up the week and successfully made it through the STAAR ELA I and ELA II exams. I was proud and impressed with the hard work of our students and staff. I am grateful for the team spirit displayed by all, as we worked to ensure the success of our students.
I will send out the finals testing schedule and exemption forms early next week, as a reminder to students about the importance and benefits of being in attendance. I have received a few questions about what counts against exemptions, so I will include that information as well.
Attached you will also find information on the Senior Panoramic picture, which we are taking on Thursday, April 19 at 10 a.m.
As always, thank you for your support of our students and campus!
Cadet Col. Penny Pellegrini, the Hawk Battalion Commander, has received a Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps (Naval ROTC) scholarship. She will attend the University of Maryland upon graduation and will work toward being commissioned a second lieutenant in the United States Marine Corps.
On Saturday, April 21, Hendrickson Class of 2018 Senior Celebration will host a Princess/Superhero Party. This is to give young children an opportunity to have fun and meet and greet both. There will be plenty of games, activities, a photo booth, sweet treats and more. It will be an afternoon of fun!
We currently have Scentsy, LulaRoe, and LipSense lined up to sell during the event, and this is a fundraiser for HHS Senior Celebration as well! Come shop while you wait for your kids to finish their fun!
Details about the event: Saturday, April 21, from 1-3 p.m. in the Hendrickson High School cafeteria. Kids are encouraged to wear their favorite Princess or Superhero outfit as well.
We will have a few costumes available for children to use.
Price is $20 for the first child in the family and $15 for each additional child in that same family. You can register for the event here: https://squareup.com
You will be able to register at the door but purchasing in advance helps us plan for our needs better. Parents, this is not a drop off event. We ask that you stay in the cafeteria while the event is going on.
Hawk NewsPosted by Marcial Guajardo on 4/12/2018 7:00:00 AM
Please find attached the testing schedule for Thursday, April 12. The ending time for 7th period is ambiguous, as we are allowing for some flexibility in ending the test and collecting materials.
For all our non-testing students, Thursday, April 12 is a Non-Talon “B” Day.
Thank you for your support of Hendrickson High School.
Robert E. Hendrickson High School
Hawk NewsPosted by Marcial Guajardo on 4/9/2018 7:00:00 AM
Please find the STAAR testing schedule for Tuesday, April 10 and Thursday, April 12. Again a reminder that the students will eat lunch in the classroom, so microwaves will not be available. Congratulations to our two golfers that have advanced to the regional tournament, we wish them luck as they move on to the Regional Tournament. Finally, there is information below on the HHS Car show that will be hosted on campus tomorrow.
Have a great weekend Hawks!
TWO regional qualifiers!!
Madison Silva – first place, two day total of 144 and Natalie Owings – regional qualifier, two-day total of 176.
HHS Car Show:
Business Professionals of America is excited to announce that this Saturday, April 7, is the Hawks Classic Car Show! This event is a fund raiser for the HHS BPA chapter, and we would appreciate your participation and help in getting the word out and in promoting our event t-shirts designed by Mr. Westerfield.
Information about the car show can be found at hawkscarshow.weebly.com.
There are 34 different classes of vehicles (cars, jeeps, trucks, campers, etc.), and trophies will be given in each category! We would love for you to bring your special vehicle!
T-shirts are available in sizes Small – XXXL for the following prices: $12 SM – XL, $15 – XXL, XXXL
Hawk NewsPosted by Marcial Guajardo on 4/3/2018 11:00:00 AM
STARR Testing season is upon us and the ELA I exam will be administered on Tuesday April 10, and ELA II exam on Thursday, April 12. I have attached the schedule that we will use both days, as the schedule will differ in order to facilitate the time requirements of the test. Students that are testing will have a lunch break in their testing room, so please plan accordingly, as students will not have access to a microwave on these two dates.
Below are some of the many successes that our Hawks recently achieved. I continue to be amazed at the many achievements of so many of our programs and understand that it is all due to the hard work of our students and coaches. We appreciate your continued support of our programs and realize that your support is paramount to our continued success! Go Hawks!
State Policy Debate Champions Class 6A UIL:
Congratulations juniors Trey Gutierrez and Dylan Scott (see photo), who won the title of 6A UIL State Policy Debate Champions. These boys are phenomenal exemplars of what it means to be a Hawk – intelligent, passionate, driven, articulate, and dedicated to success. More than that, they are also caring, respectful, thoughtful leaders and fantastic young men. We are certainly proud to have them represent Hawk Debate, Hendrickson and PfISD. This title represents Hawk Debate's 5th UIL State Championship Title (Policy Debate in 2012, 2013, 2016, 2018 and Persuasive Extemp in 2017).
Hendrickson High School’s boys and girls programs both advanced to the next stage after impressive wins last week. The varsity boys team faces Aldine Nimitz at 5 p.m. Tuesday at A&M Consolidated High School. The varsity girls squad takes on Houston Memorial at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at Bryan High School.
Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA):
The following HOSA students advanced to State, April 12-14 in Dallas:
- Savannah Berger, senior, second place in Nursing Assisting
- Reem Fasho, junior, second place in Prepared Speaking
Congratulations to the staff of The Hawk newspaper for being awarded a Silver Crown from the Columbia Press Association on March 16. The Hawk is one of 50 high school papers in the nation to earn this prestigious award.
Business Professionals of America (BPA):
Our BPA National Leadership Conference Qualifiers are:
- Grace Cramer – Took 1st Place in Basic Office Systems and Procedures.
- Asia Dockery – Took 5th Place in Integrated Office Applications.
All of our State Qualifiers who invested a lot of time this year in BPA are listed below, and all deserve a big round of applause if you see them. What a great group of students!
- Alex Weitzman
- Alyssa Herrera
- Andrea Huynh-Duong
- Asia Dockery
- Garrison Arbuckle
- Grace Cramer
- Hunter Jensen
- McKenzie Quiroz
- Olivia Phommavanh
- Tom Arnold
- Troy Quiroz
- Tyler LaMarre
Hendrickson UIL Academic:
Please join us in congratulating members of the Hawk UIL Academic team who competed at the UIL Academic & Speech District Meet.
- First Place Calculator Team:
- Second Place Social Studies Team:
- Three individual champions and 13 students advancing on to regional competition in April (underlined below)!
Additionally, the team earned 2nd Place Overall Academic Sweepstakes!
Comprehensive results are as follows:
Accounting – Coached by Sandra Wiles
- 3rd Place Team
- 4th Place – Alex Weitzman
Calculator – Coached by TJ Johnson
- First Place Team
- Second Place – Blake Nisely
- Third Place – Thomas Alexander
- Fourth Place – Caiden Golden
- Fifth Place – Liandra Niyah
Computer Applications – Coached By Erica Ochoa-Vela
- Third Place – Tristan Sylvester
- Fourth Place – Hunter Damstrom
- Fifth Place – Alex Barrientos
Current Issues & Events – Coached by Kirsten Nash and Aly Mithani
- Third Place Team
- First Place – Cristian Curren
- Sixth Place – Matt Raggio
Social Studies – Coached by Jeff Martindale
- Second Place Team
- Fourth Place – Lily Croix-Blust
- Sixth Place – Sebastian Carzola
Editorial Writing – Coached by Kari Riemer
- Fifth Place – Ileana Perez
Feature Writing – Coached by Kari Riemer
- Sixth Place – Alex Fulton
Headline Writing – Coached by Kari Riemer
- Second Place – Megan Fletcher
News Writing – Coached by Kari Riemer
- Third Place – Ileana Perez
- Sixth Place – McKenna Lucas
Lincoln Douglas Debate – Coached by Aly Mithani
- Fifth Place – Sydney Stogel
Informative Extemp – Coached by Kirsten Nash and Aly Mithani
- First Place – Rene Otero
- Second Place – Jenna Dammen
Persuasive Extemp – Coached by Kirsten Nash and Aly Mithani
- Fourth Place – Sofia Valdespino
- Sixth Place – Eliana Galan
Poetry – Coached by Mike Fisher and Mackenzie Guthrie
- First Place – Lauren Thompson
- Third Place – Sophie Ellis
- Fifth Place – Alyssa Vargas
Prose – Coached by Mike Fisher and Mackenzie Guthrie
- Third Place – Payton Corrie
- Fourth Place – Brendan Dwyer
Speech Team – Coached by Kirsten Nash, Aly Mithani, Mike Fisher
- First Place Team
Hendrickson Science Olympiad:
The Science Olympiad teams competed in the Corpus Christi Regional Tournament. The team C10 finished first overall and team C11 finished second overall. Due to Science Olympiad rules only one team from a school can compete at the state tournament. One team will be competing at the State tournament in April at TAMU.
The following students placed in their events. Please congratulate them on their accomplishments.
- First – Vivianne Schaffer and Alex Hayek
- Third – Abeer Amro and Zach Baker
- Second – Abeer Amro and Zuhayr Mirza
- First – Peter Heinisch and Megan Pound
- Second – Samuel Perales and Brinda Prasad
- First – Samuel Perales and Brinda Prasad
- Third – Trey Selissen and Megan Pound
- First – Christian Boswell and Gabee Viduya
- Second – Peter Heinisch and Zuhayr Mirza
- First – Christian Douglas and Marc Abdallah
- Third – Isabel Rodriguez and Jeremiah Gorman
- First – Brinda Prasad and Marc Abdallah
- Third- Isabel Rodriguez and Megan Pound
- Third – Christian Douglas and Madeline Lloyd
- First – Erin Minnich and Alex Hayek
- First – Josh Manigsaca and Madeline Lloyd
- Second – Kristine Saythongkham and Isabel Rodriguez
Anatomy and Physiology
- Third – Jeremiah Gorman and Yasmeen Amro
- Second – Gabee Viduya and Alex Hayek
- Grace Cramer
- Hunter Jensen
- McKenzie Quiroz
- Olivia Phommavanh
- Tom Arnold
- Troy Quiroz
- Tyler LaMarre
Hendrickson Winter Guard and Percussion:
The Hendrickson HS JV Winter Guard won first place at the TCGC event at Hendrickson this past Saturday.
This placement advances them to the State Contest on April 7 in College Station. Good luck to the Hawk Winter Guard.
The Hendrickson High School Winter Percussion won first place at the TCGC event at Hendrickson High School this past Saturday.
The will also be performing at State Contest. The State Contest for Winter Percussion is on April 14 in College Station.
Hendrickson One-Act Play:
The Hendrickson High School Theatre department's One-Act Play "The Marriage of Bette and Boo" had its final competition performance this past weekend at College Station High School. Lorena Fraga and Tim Benton were named to the Honorable Mention All Start Cast and Daniel Cherry was distinguished as a member of the All Star Cast.
This marks the 12th appearance of the Hendrickson Theater department in post district competition since the founding of our school 15 years ago.
Hendrickson Speech and Debate:
Congratulating members of the Speech & Debate team who competed at the Texas Forensic Association State Tournament. Individual results are as follows:
- Rene Otero – Third Place in Foreign Extemp
- Trey Gutierrez and Dylan Scott – Third Place in CX Debate
- Rene Otero – Semis in Congress
- Bryce Hann – Ninth Speaker in PF
- Dylan Scott – 14th Speaker in CX
- Trey Gutierrez – 16th Speaker in CX
This was a record breaking performance for the team in Policy Debate – the third place finish is the best that Hendrickson has ever done in policy debate at TFA State. Trey and Dylan will also turn around and compete at the UIL State CX Tournament during Spring Break as well. Thank you for your support of these kids!
Varsity Squad 2018-19:
- Isabelle Badua
- Mercer Burgess
- Mackinley Coe
- Faith Cummings
- Lisette Flores
- Kamri Fox
- Kali Franco
- Paige Lambert
- Alexis Lingafelter
- Kassidy Luna
- Faith Lundin
- Kendall McCurley
- Zack Polk
- Lola Stokes
- Winston Ross
- Kylie Anderson
- Emily Bachmeyer
- Brina Castillo
- Elena Chacon
- Danielle Corn
- Leslie Corn
- Kristen Gregory
- Keerah Kyles
- Makayla Luna
- Marissa Reyes
- Gianna Sangiovanni
Senior Celebration Information:
Hello! It's hard to believe that our students have started their last 9 week grading period in high school. This means we are getting down to crunch time for Senior Celebration. We have a lot going on with the planning of the event and several fundraisers. Our goal is to raise $35,000 and we have currently raised about $26,000. We have several fundraisers coming up so please join us at as many as you can. We appreciate any and all support!
Event Night Information:
We have started planning the actual event (June 9 from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m.) and we first need help with planning. Please consider helping and you can sign up here for the planning committees. Remember, when you volunteer before the night of the event, each hour that is worked on behalf of a student will earn them a ticket to be used for the prize raffle at the event. We will need lots of help at the event night and encourage you to get involved. There will be many shifts and if you can come for as little as an hour that night, it would be a huge help. It is awesome to see the kids have such a great time and we really will need a lot of volunteers to ensure that it is an awesome event as well as everyone staying safe. Stay tuned for the sign up for event night volunteering.
Registration for the students for the event will start in mid-April. Stay tuned for further details.
Here are our meetings for the remainder of the year:
- Thursday, April 5, HHS Library 7 p.m.
- Thursday, May 3, HHS Library 7 p.m.
- Thursday, June 7, HHS Library 7 p.m.
Believe it or not, at the June 7 meeting, HHS Class of 2019 will be electing their officers so they can hit the ground running. Here are the positions that are available - President, Vice President, Treasurer, Secretary, Member at Large (Fundraising Chair). If you have a student in the Class of 2019 and are interested in being involved, please reach out to us at email@example.com with any questions you might have. We will also be recruiting Class of 2019 parents to help with setting up the event on the day / night of graduation since the graduation ceremony is at 3:30 at the Frank Erwin Center.
Here is our calendar of fundraising events:
- Chipotle Stone Hill: April 7 4-8 p.m. You must mention at the register that you are supporting HHS Senior Celebration. We receive 50 percent of sales!!!!
- Jersey Mike's Stone Hill: April 20, all day. You must put your receipt in the designated container at the restaurant. We will get 15 percent of sales.
- Princess Tea Party / Superhero Training: HHS Cafeteria April 21, from 1-3 p.m. Further details coming.
- Car Wash: April 29 Details coming
- Kendra Scott: In-store event April 30 Details coming
- Kona Ice: May 5 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at ROTC Field Day. Location will be communicated so the community can help support and stay cool. Donation percentage will be determined by amount of sales.
- Round Rock Express game: May 5, at 6:30 p.m. You must purchase tickets through this link – Order here and we get a portion of each ticket sold. The Spazmatics (80's cover band) will perform after the game as well!
- Zaxby's: May 9 at 5 p.m. – close We get 15 percent of sales and it is not necessary to mention you are supporting HHS Senior Celebration.
- Pet Clinic: HHS May 10 from 5-7 p.m. More details closer to the event.
- Mixed Bag – ongoing through May 31; Order through this link and we will receive 40 percent of each purchase.
- Shirts, signs, car decals – we still have these available, $10 each. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to purchase.
- Monetary donations – via square Each $10 donation will earn your student a ticket to use for the prize raffle.
We are also working on having another Rio Grande fundraiser. When the date is determined, it will be sent out.
I know there is a lot of information included in this message. We appreciate your support throughout the year and are very excited for our seniors as they approach this major accomplishment in their life.
Hawk NewsPosted by Marcial Guajardo on 2/21/2018
In the interest of campus safety, we will be conducting a lockdown drill on Thursday morning at approximately 9:35 a.m. Normally we would not announce drills to students and parents so the drill is more authentic, however I felt it important to notify our community in advance so as not to cause any fear or panic.
During a drill, school administrators will be walking the halls to check rooms and doors. In the event of a true Lockdown, this will be done by law enforcement or an administrator designee. Prior to this drill tomorrow, staff will spend time in discussion with our student about situations and variables that may arise during a true emergency, and how students should respond.
Thank you for helping keep Hendrickson as safe as possible and taking this drill and any future drills seriously. I encourage you to have conversations with your child regarding safety at school. If your child is having trouble processing these current events, we encourage you to reach out to their counselor and set up a meeting. The front page of the Hendrickson website has contact information for each counselor and assistant principal.
Robert E. Hendrickson High School
Hawk NewsPosted by Marcial Guajardo on 2/14/2018 2:00:00 PM
It been a busy Spring semester and its only February! Below you will find some of the many successes of our students, as they continue to perform at the highest levels and represent their community and school. There is so much to celebrate, but ask that you pay special attention to the junior meeting flyer which provides information about the upcoming recruitment for our 2nd Fire Academy Cadet class. If you are a Junior parent and have specific questions about the Fire Academy, contact email@example.com .
As always thank you for your support of our students, the following is a testament as to how your support directly affects the success of our students. Thank You!
Congratulations to the following varsity tennis players for their recent results:
Bastrop Varsity Tournament
- Jackie Medrano/Chris Rodriguez 2nd Place Mixed Doubles
- Cole Mechem – 4th Place Boys Singles
- Abril Salazar – Consolation Finalist Girls Singles
Pflugerville Varsity Tournament
- Jackie Medrano/Paul Trautwein 2nd Place A Mixed Doubles
- Cole Mechem – Consolation Winner A Boys Singles
Please join us in congratulating members of the UIL Academic team who competed in the 3rd Virtual Challenge Meet last week. The team and individual placings are as follows:
- Social Studies Team (Sebastian Carzola, Lily Croix-Blust, McKenna Lucas; Coached by Jeff Martindale)
- 10th place 6A Team
- 22nd place 6A Individual – Sebastian
- Math Team (Quang Nguyen, Samuel Perales, Bryant Thai; Coached by Amanda Gass)
- 9th place 6A Team
- 20th place 6A Individual – Quang
- Calculator Team (Thomas Alexander, Liandra Niyah, Blake Nisely; Coached by TJ Johnson)
- 6th Place 6A Team
- 18th place 6A Individual – Thomas
- 19th place 6A Individual – Liandra
- Accounting Team (Alex Weitzman, Tom Arnold, Trinity Guerrero-Lujan; Coached by Sandra Wiles)
- 8th Place 6A Team
- 15th Place 6A Individual – Alex
- 24th Place 6A Individual – Tom
- Current Events Team (Claire Martinez, Cristian Curren, Matthew Raggio; Coached by Kirsten Nash & Aly Mithani)
- 10th Place Overall team
- 3rd Place 6A Team
- 14th Place 6A Individual – Claire, Cristian, Matthew (3 way tie)
- 25th Place 6A Individual – Jared Williams, Omar Islam, Jazmin Gonzales (3 way tie)
Please join me in congratulating our 10 Hendrickson HS All State Band Students. They will be representing HHS at the annual TMEA Convention in San Antonio.
This is the 2nd highest number of all state band students in the state (2nd only to Hebron HS in Dallas). These students represent the top 1 percent of student musicians in Texas.
- Gihvan Bilal, Clarinet
- Duncan Crow, Trombone
- Aidan Grivas, Bass Clarinet
- Owen Larson, Trumpet
- Bennett McCullough, Euphonium (2-year all-state)
- Daniel Schulze, Bassoon (3-year all-state)
- Logan Seaton, Clarinet (4-year all-state)
- Colton Simpson, Alto Saxophone
- Declan Simpson, Trumpet (2 year all state)
Our Falcon athletes competed at the State Special Olympics bowling competition a couple of weeks ago. We are so very proud of each and every one of them.
- Dalton A. – Bronze
- Ronnie B. – 6th
- Benji G. – 6th
- Hiro J. - Silver
- Ryan J. – 4th
- Amy M. – Silver
- Chapman R. – Bronze
- Damian S. – Gold
- Daulton S. – Silver
Congratulations to all of our Falcon athletes!
Congratulations to the following Hendrickson Hawk Choir students that qualified for State:
- Chris Velasquez
- Lilly Blust
- Marnique Neille
- Lyndsey Spires
- Rachel LUangpahn
- Emma Pitman
- Jasmine Anderson
- Danny Tran
- Ashley Didier
Please congratulate the following students for their hard work at the FCCLA Region Competition held in Corpus Christi.
- 2nd Place: Food Innovations
- Natalie Lam
- Nathan Tuiaosopo
- 6th Place: Parliamentary Procedure
- Daysha Simpson
- Paula Rosas
- Hope Isreal
- Sirad Abdi-Yusur
- Khalid Abdi
- Dezhanae McDonald
- Brianna Reinheimer
- Riyah Spellman
Hawk Speech and Debate:
Please join us in congratulating Juniors Bryce Hann and Sydney Stogel who won 1st and 2nd respectively at the Greater Texas Regional Qualifying Meet and will now advance to the Ronald Reagan Great Communicator National Debate Tournament in July. This is the first year that Hendrickson has taken both of the Texas Regional slots. As a result of their success, both are guaranteed at least $1,500 in scholarship, with the potential of winning $10,000.
Additionally, both students, along with Rene Otero were also awarded paid scholarships to the Leadership and the American Presidency residency program in Washington, D.C. when they enter college ($7,000 value covering tuition and room/board). This is a summer or semester long experience in the Capitol which awards college credit and allows students to have an immersive experience in political leadership and government.
We are extremely proud of these students and their hard work!
Lady Hawk Basketball:
The Hendrickson HS Lady Hawks basketball team has finished the 2017-2018 regular season as Co-District Champions!
Hendrickson varsity girls basketball will face Spring Dekaney High School in an area round playoff game Friday, Feb. 16 at A&M Consolidated High School in College Station. The game begins at 7 p.m.
The Lady Hawks finished the 2017-18 season as District 13-6A co-champions.
A&M Consolidated High School is located at 1801 S. Harvey Mitchell Parkway, College Station.
Tickets range from $3 (students) to $5 (adults). Passes accepted include UIL, THSCA and TGCA.
CONGRATULATIONS LADY HAWKS and GOOD LUCK IN PLAYOFFS!!!
Congratulations to the Hawk Basketball team on earning the 13-6A title. We are proud of these young men and coaches on a great season. Stay tuned for playoff information.
Hendrickson Silver Dancers:
Heart of Texas Classic at Killeen Ellison HS
There were 31 teams at the contest and our team and officers were the highest scoring overall out of the entire contest.
- Solo finalists:
- Briana Coleman- 4th runner up
- Jillian Tomasek- 1st runner up
- Jazz Co- 1st
- Gussie Nell Davis
- Judges award officer jazz
- Judges award officer lyrical
- Judges award officer contemp
- Best overall platinum
- Best in Class Officers
- Best Officers out entire contest
- Gussie Nell Davis
- Judges award team jazz
- Judges award team lyrical
- Judges award team hip hop
- Judges award team contemp
- Best overall platinum
- Best in Class Teams
- Best team out of entire contest
Hawk NewsPosted by Marcial Guajardo on 1/19/2018 6:30:00 PM
Below you will find a message from the PfISD related to the make-up day that we will have on February, 19, 2018. This day will now will become a regular school day with students in attendance.
This has certainly been an unusual year with the weather. Due to the delayed starts that occurred earlier this school year, combined with this week’s full-day closure, we are utilizing Monday, Feb. 19, as our bad weather make-up day, per the published 2017-18 PfISD calendar.
Padres/tutores de PfISD:
Este ha sido ciertamente un año inusual con el clima. Debido al retraso en los inicios que ocurrieron a principios de este año escolar, combinado con el cierre de escuelas un día de esta semana, estamos utilizando el lunes, 19 de febrero, como nuestro día de recuperación por el mal tiempo, según lo publicado en el calendario escolar de PfISD 2017-18 PfISD calendar.
Austin Community College Dual Credit Meeting:
ACC Dual Credit Informational meeting for rising 11th and 12th grade students and parents
- Tuesday, Jan. 23, 7 p.m.
- HHS Library
Hendrickson High School Theater Department’s Musical:
Hendrickson High School’s production of “Heathers” runs Jan. 18-20 at the Gerrell Moore Performing Arts Center at Hendrickson: Facebook photo album
Hendrickson High School Business Professional of America students attended the Regional Leadership Conference in College Station. From this competition, HHS had twelve students qualify to compete at the state level from Feb. 28 – March 3 in Corpus Christi. These students are:
- Alex Weitzman – Finished in 2nd Place in Fundamental Accounting and qualified for State.
- Alyssa Herrera – Finished in 2nd Place in Computer Network Tech and qualified for State.
- Andrea Huynh-Duong – Finished in 1st Place in Medical Office Procedures and qualified for State.
- Asia Dockery – Finished in 1st Place in Integrated Office Applications and qualified for State.
- Garrison Arbuckle – Finished in 4th Place in Intermediate Word Procedures and qualified for State.
- Grace Cramer – Finished in 4th Place in Basic Office Systems and Procedures and qualified for State. Also a part of the Computer Animation Team that finished in 1st Place and qualified for State.
- Hunter Jensen – Finished in 2nd Place in Personal Financial Management and qualified for State. Also a part of the Computer Animation Team that finished in 1st Place and qualified for State.
- McKenzie Quiroz – Finished in 2nd Place in Fundamental Desktop Publishing and qualified for State.
- Olivia Phommavanh – Finished in 1st Place in Digital Media Production and qualified for State.
- Tom Arnold – Finished in 2nd Place in Advanced Accounting and qualified for State.
- Troy Quiroz – Finished in 3rd Place in Computer Security and qualified for State.
- Tyler LaMarre – Finished in 1st Place in Computer Modeling and qualified for State. Also a part of the Computer Animation Team that finished in 1st Place and qualified for State.
- Olivia Phommavanh was also on the Computer Animation Team that finished in 1st place and qualified for state.
The HHS Hawk attended the Inaugural Kids K, 5K, 10 & 20 mile Rockin' Resolution Race on New Year's Eve! What joy our mascot, Hope Poirier, brought to those kids as she cheered them on in their Marathon.
Senior cheerleader, Jireh Crenshaw, qualified to participate in the London New Year’s Day Parade. She left for London on Dec. 26, 2017 and returned on Jan. 2, 2018. She toured London, visiting Buckingham Palace, Piccadilly Circus, Tower of London and performing in the New Year’s Day Parade. Congratulations Jireh!
Robert E. Hendrickson High School
Hawk NewsPosted by Marcial Guajardo on 1/16/2018 5:00:00 AM
Next week will be an extremely busy week on campus, with one of the most important planning activities for our students on the schedule. The HHS Course Fair will be held on Wednesday, Jan. 17 from 6-8 p.m. on the Hendrickson High School campus. The course fair is an opportunity for our teachers, sponsors and coaches to provide information about all our courses and programs to our students and families prior to the course selection process, used to create student schedules. I have attached a general information flyer about the course fair, the PfISD High School Course Guide and the Hendrickson High School Endorsement Guide. The PfISD Course guide provides useful information about the overall academic program and a useful descriptions of courses. The Hendrickson High School Endorsement Guide, provides a comprehensive list of the pathways and the courses offered under each endorsement at HHS.
The attached documents will provide you with the information needed to select courses for your student for the 2018-2019 school year.
You can find more information about the Course Fair at the following link:
We look forward to seeing you next week and please let me know if we can be of service.
Robert E. Hendrickson High School
Dual Credit Informational Meeting:
ACC Dual Credit Parent/Student Information Meeting
Jan. 16, 7 p.m.
Contact HHS Counselor at Wresha.Torrez@pfisd.net or 512-594-1100 for more information.
The Talent Show is Feb. 8 at 6 p.m.; auditions will be Jan. 24 & 25 in B206. (Flyer Attached)
Please join us in congratulating Sydney Stogel for placing first at both the local and area level of the American Legion Oratorical Contest. Sydney now advances to Regional competition later this month.
Additionally, students attended the Winston Churchill TOC Qualifying tournament last weekend where Rene Otero earned a bid to the Congress Tournament of Champions. Jenna Dammen and Rene also earned bids to the Extemp Tournament of Champions. Other individual results are as follows:
- Octofinals – Sydney Stogel & Jazmin Gonzalez
- Quarterfinals – Eliana Galan, Sofia Valdespino
- Semifinals – Sanjitha Yedavalli
- Finals – Jenna Dammen
Hawk NewsPosted by Marcial Guajardo on 1/9/2018 9:00:00 AM
Welcome to 2018 and the beginning of the Spring 2018 semester. Following is general information that relates to our first day first day back from Winter Break, tomorrow, Tuesday, Jan. 9, 2018. Tuesday, Jan. 9 will be an “A” day and we will have Talon. Students will report to the 1st period class they had last semester and their teacher will let the students know if their schedule has changed.
If your student requires schedule change, request forms will be available in the Student Services office this week. The forms are to be returned by Friday, Jan. 12, by 4:20 p.m.
Attached you will find a copy of the new bell and lunch schedule. We are collapsing two of our lunches (B and C) into one, as this will allow us to schedule lunches later and give students the opportunity to eat at a more reasonable time. We will keep an eye on the lunch lines to ensure that all the students have the opportunity to eat.
Attached is a flyer for the Career and Technical Education (CTE) Course Night to be held at HHS on Wednesday, Jan. 10, from 6-8 p.m. This event will provide the opportunity for our CTE teachers to share information about their specific programs. You will also find included information for the campus-wide Hendrickson High School course fair, where information about all our course and programs is presented to our students prior to the going through the course selection process. The HHS course fair will be held on Wednesday, Jan. 17, from 6-8 pm.
Please let me know if we may be of assistance.
Robert E. Hendrickson High School
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