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Attention 6th graders and their parents! Thursday, October 17 is your etc sort night. Please consider this opportunity to help us out! The sorting hours are from 6-8 pm. We hope to see you there!
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SEC is learning about Community Helpers! We're working together to put out a barn "fire" and strengthening our fine motor skills at the same time! ... See MoreSee Less

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Are you a runner? You could be the running inspiration our girls are looking for! We are looking for GOTR coaches and a head coach for Spring 2020. Each coach will need to attend training, so it is important to set up our team of coaches early. Please contact Bridget DeYoung if you are interested in learning more.
We want to be sure we have a full slate of coaches GOTR is for Girls grades 2-5. There is a JR. High Program if we have interest. If interested please contact Bridget at bridgetdeyoung@gmail.com or 219-809-1615. Text or email only between 7 AM and 4:30 PM. Email anytime after that.
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Marie Limbach, Camille V and Emily F came to HCS from Illiana Christian High School today to talk to 7th and 8th graders about going to High School.
They highlighted the advantages of going to Illiana and talked a little about how HCS prepared them for High School. They were especially grateful for the preparation they received from STEM, Math and History classes that prepared them for the harder high school classes. They said that HCS also prepares students for high school by using online platforms as all homework is done on line.
They advised all incoming freshman to participate in any activities that are interesting. They will not be "cut" out of an activity. They advised students to go to the guidance counselors, who are really nice and helpful.
Their last word of advise? Stick to the right side of the hall.
Thanks Husky Alumni for coming back and sharing your experience.
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Today Kindergarten and 1st grade had a couple visitors, Mrs. Witherspoon and her son AJ. They talked to the students about Empathy, Sensitivity and Inclusion. They helped the students know what to do when they saw a person that was different than them or how to respond when someone does activities differently. She and AJ reinforced that God's design for each person may be different but we all are walking together in His kingdom. ... See MoreSee Less

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