April 21, 2015
Attention parents of seniors. Please see the following letter regarding important information you need to be aware.
November 3, 2014
Dear Parents and Students,
Please review dress code here. Suggested clothing choices are polos, oxfords, or crew neck T- shirts worn with jeans or khakis. Tennis shoes, loafers, or sandals with back straps are fine choices for footwear. ID Badges are to be worn daily as part of the dress code. Badges must be worn as this is a safety issue. Lost ID Badges may be replaced for $5.00 paid in cash. Dress code should be followed upon entering the campus until exiting the grounds.
This is an important message for parents regarding funding for Haines City High School. If you have not filled out a free or reduced lunch form for this year this must be done by Monday 9.29. The easiest and quickest way to do this is online at http://www.hainescityhighschool.com/ and click on apply for free and reduced lunch. There will be someone to help on the Haines City High School campus Saturday, 9/27 in the main Media Center from 12 to 2. Please come if you need help with the application.
First thing you need to do is write the application number down. Then fill it out online. Please hit the submit button once you fill out the on line application. The final step is to call Monday 863-534-0588. You will need the application number and they will pull it up and process it right away Monday.
Students will also be bringing a paper copy home today to bring back Monday. Please help us in this effort.
September 17, 2014
Our annual Title I meeting will take place at 5:30 in the auditorium, on Thursday September 18th. During the meeting, you will receive information on resources provided to Title I schools and your rights as parents. In addition, you will receive information about how your child’s progress is measured how you can provide input on your child’s education. You will also have the opportunity to meet many of our local business partners and will see displays from several Haines City High School clubs. Classroom visits will follow from 6:00-7:00 pm. Come and meet your child’s teachers! Again, please join us for our annual Title I meeting and Open House on September 18th from 5:30-7:00 pm. We look forward to seeing you there! Free admission to the Lady Hornets volleyball game @ 7:00!
Nuestra reunión anual del Título I se llevará a cabo, el jueves 18 de septiembre a las 5:30pm. Durante la reunión, usted recibirá información sobre los recursos asignados a las escuelas de Título I y sus derechos como padres. Además, usted recibirá información sobre cómo se medirá el progreso de su hijo cómo puede dar su opinión sobre la educación de su hijo. Usted también tendrá la oportunidad de conocer a muchos de nuestros socios de negocios locales y conocer varios clubes de nuestra escuela.
Visitas a las aulas serán de 6:00 a 7:00 pm. Ven a conocer los maestros de su hijo(a)! Una vez más, por favor, únase a nosotros para nuestra reunión anual de Título I y Open House el 18 de septiembre de 5: 30 a 7:00 pm. Esperamos verlos allí! Entrada gratuita para el juego de voleibol @ 7:00!
See you there,
July 23, 2014
Dear Students and Parents/Guardians:
We welcome our students for the 2014-15 school year. the new seven period day bell schedule, as well as orientation and registration information for students. Please note the theme of the new dress code, “Are you covered?” Students should arrive to HCHS each day dressed for success and ready to learn. Our new daily schedule notes our new start time of 7 a.m. and end of the day release time of 2:00 p.m. These hours will be standard across the district for all high schools. Students will have seven class periods every day.
Listed below are some important dates and information:
The link can be accessed through the Polk Schools Nutrition website at http://www.polk- fl.net/parents/generalinformation/nutrition.htm after August 1st. We encourage ALL parents to complete this form even if the family may not qualify for assistance as this correlates to HCHS/IB Title One funding.
Our goal is to create a safe learning environment so that students may pursue their interests, meet all state graduation requirements, and learn to make good choices as they complete their high school years. We are looking forward to this school year and will strive to meet the needs of our students. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org at any time or call 421-3281.
Patricia Butler, Principal
To access this free resource for your child:
Please review this PDF on the changes made to the High School Lunch Menu