Daily Announcements
Daily Announcements
Posted on 04/15/2021
Daily Announcements

April 15, 2021

Juniors and Seniors! Mark your calendars for the event of the season!! The Stroll on the Boardwalk is on Saturday, May 15 from 7:00-10:00 p.m. at Hononegah.  Join us for a formal night of music, fun, and even a ferris wheel!! Tickets will go on sale on May 3. 


The  Student Council will be conducting a blood drive on May 17th for purple students and May 21st for gold students. If you are 17 years old (or 16 with parental consent) you can donate. You can sign up  before school in the PAC lobby starting on Monday, April 19th  or see Mr. Lawyer in room 1203.


The Page Turners Literary Enthusiasts Club will meet today (Thursday, April 15) at 3:25 pm in room 2405 to discuss the book Dry.  It is a realistically told, fictitious account of what things could be like over a period of just a few days if the water was to, literally, dry up in southern California and includes compelling characters and a fast-paced plotline.   Thursday is a Purple Day, so feel free to join us in person or virtually.  Email Ms. Bukowski if you need a Google Classroom code. 


The fieldhouse will be open tonight from 7:30-9 pm for students who want to shoot baskets, walk or run the track, play cornhole, or volleyball.

For students who wish to scrimmage, parental waivers are required and are available in the Athletic Office or from Mr. Reynolds in room 2407.

Masks and wellness checks are required.  Enter by the main gate, fieldhouse south door, or the north door.


Wrestling sign ups are taking place today & tomorrow (Thursday and Friday, April 15th & 16th) during your lunch hour in the main AP room. All are welcome to join. The season starts Monday, April 19th and goes until June 12th. Make sure to bring workout clothes like a t-shirt, shorts, and wrestling shoes if you have them. Also, the wrestling team is in need of managers as well. Talk to Coach Miers in room 2011 for more information.


Anime Club will meet Wednesday, April 21 for Purple and Thursday, April 22 for Gold in the library from 3:30-4:30 pm.  We will be playing Anime pictionary, Anime Kahoot, and sampling mochi.  Hope to see you there!


Are you looking for a chance to be a leader and to be the voice of your fellow students? Apply to be the 2021-2022 Student Representative to the Hononegah Community School Board. Applications can be picked up outside room 1203 and must be returned to Mr. Lawyer by 3:30 pm on April 23rd.


Any student interested in running in the class elections for the 2021-2022 Student Council  please use the QR code on posters you can find around the school to gain access to the application form. You must complete the form and submit it by 3:30 pm on Friday, April 23rd. If you have any questions please see Mr. Lawyer in room 1203.


The Talcott Library is hosting a free Zoom webinar called "Paying for College without Going Broke" on Thursday, April 15 at 6:30 p.m.  This webinar introduces little-known financial strategies parents can use to reduce college costs, improve admissions chances, and increase scholarship opportunities.  Click here to register for the live webinar:

This is it, seniors.  One last Scholarship update posted on the Student Support Services website and Student Support Services bulletin board.  Take a look for opportunities to earn free money for college this fall.

Your student newspaper, Hononegah Highlights, is accepting art submissions for the last edition of the year.  We will be highlighting the struggles and successes of our school year during the pandemic. If you have any creative writing, poetry, fine art, digital art, photography, or other artistic work you want to feature, please contact Mrs. DeYounge for information.  The last day to submit is April 30th.


Lunch is a Choice of Chicken Nuggets & Dinner Roll, Deli Sandwich or Vegetarian Chef Salad & Mashed Potatoes & Gravy (The Inca Indians in Peru were the first to cultivate potatoes around 8,000 BC to 5,000 B.C. In 1536 Spanish Conquistadors conquered Peru, discovered the flavors of the potato, and carried them to Europe.)