Monday, January 22, we will have 3rd period EOC and CTE exams, beginning in the morning, 7:55 a.m. sharp, with 3rd period NCFE’s following in the afternoon, beginning at 11:45 a.m. On Tuesday, January 23, we will have 4th period EOC and CTE exams in the morning, again at 7:55 a.m., with 4th period NCFE’s following in the afternoon, beginning at 11:45 a.m. Any student who needs to make-up a 1st period or 2nd period exam that he/she missed, needs to be here on Tuesday, January 22, for his/her make-up.
Students, please utilize these extra days to study and prepare for your exams. It is vital that each student arrive on time and prepared for your exams. If any student who is scheduled to take an exam arrives after the testing session has begun, that student will be required to make-up that exam. Knowing the remaining exam schedule, studying this weekend, and arriving on-time all are essential to a successful experience.
Caldwell County Schools Superintendent Search
Board of Education Special Meeting
January 24, 2018
Education Center Board Room
12-1 pm: Members of the Business Community & Chamber of Commerce
4-5 pm: Faculty and Staff
5-6 pm:Parent Leaders, PTA/PTO Council, Education Foundation Members, CCC&TI and the Education Community
6-7 pm: Principals and Assistant Principals
The Board of Education is seeking input from the community on the selection of the next Superintendent.
The School Board also invites parents and community members to participate in a short community survey that can be accessed and completed online at caldwellschools.com. Paper copies of the survey may be found in the main office at the Education Center. Completed paper surveys should be returned to the Receptionist Desk at the Education Center by Thursday, February 1, 2018.
The results will be compiled, summarized, and presented by the North Carolina School Boards Association at the regular school board meeting on Monday, February 12, 2018.
Spring Picture Day and Cap and Gown Pictures
Tuesday, January 30 will be spring underclassman picture day. Forms will go home next week and must be returned with money on picture day.
Wednesday, January 31 will be Senior cap and gown pictures. Forms will go home next week and must be returned with money on picture day.
Hibriten High School is not endorsing any State Championship t-shirts currently being offered for sale. We thank you so much for your support of our school.
Your awesome HHS web masters!
To add information, contact Laura Shatley, at 758-7376.
Hibriten students joined with Rooster Bush Automotive to collect canned food for Caldwell County Yokefellow. Food Lion on Wilkesboro Boulevard donated over $1000.00 worth of canned food, the Hibriten Varsity Club purchased an additional 365 cans, and students from first period classes brought in more canned items that altogether totaled over 5,000 cans of food to ease hunger in Caldwell County.(Pictured L to R are Hibriten Varsity Club officers Deanna Gibson, Austin Sturgis, Chandler Crisp and Sydney Floyd with all of the donated food.)
Located at the foot of Hibriten Mountain, the school’s namesake, Hibriten High School is Home of the Panthers for more than 850 students in grades 9-12 who proudly wear the red, black and white colors to show school spirit and pride. Students typically enroll in four 90-minute classes each semester and choose courses from a selection of more than 200 options ranging from Advanced Placement, Honors, College Credit – Career and College Promise, Core Courses, Occupational Course of Study, Virtual Courses to Career Technical Education (CTE). The Class of 2017 graduated 206 students, or 93%, touting a record breaking percentage of graduates who also acquired a record number of scholarships totaling more than $9 million for post-secondary education. Students from feeder schools at Davenport A+, Lower Creek Elementary, Happy Valley School, Kings Creek School, Valmead Elementary and William Lenoir Middle School proudly call Hibriten High their home school.