Announcements

  • TITLE I FAMILY NIGHT has been rescheduled for Thursday, April 29 from 5:30-8pm at the High School. Please note that this is a change from the Feb. 25 date on the printed school calendar. More details about this annual event will be forthcoming. 

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  • HHS PROM 2021 is tentatively scheduled for Saturday, May 15 at the Syria Mosque. This is a change in date from the printed calendar. Ticket costs and details will be forthcoming. Please note that although plans are being made for the Prom, the event is subject to change / cancellation. 

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  • SUMMER STEM CAMP OPPORTUNITY at Camp Guyasuta for children ages 6-13 -- check out this flyer for more information! Programming subject to change based on weather and COVID restrictions. www.campguyasuta.org

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  • INCREDIBLE YEARS PARENTING PROGRAM: Highlands parents of children ages 2-10 are invited to participate in this free parenting program sponsored by Wesley Family Services. It will be held virtually on Thursdays beginning Feb. 11 through June 10. For more information and details about enrolling, please check out this flyer

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  • PROBLEM WITH A DISTRICT DEVICE? If a student Chromebook or iPad is in need of repair, to please contact your child's teacher or the school office so that a work order ticket for the computer can be processed. An IT staff member will contact you after receiving the ticket. Thank you.

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  • RAMS DEN OPEN BY APPOINTMENT: Highlands High School students in need of any items from the Rams Den (clothes, shoes, boots, jackets, toiletries, etc.) should arrange a visit by contacting Ms. Black at kblack@goldenrams.com or calling Mrs. Foster at 724-226-1000, ext. 4163. 

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  • DID YOU KNOW? CHIP covers uninsured Pennsylvania children and teens up to age 19! No family earns too much to qualify. Check out this flyer and visit www.CHIPcoversPAkids.com

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  • ANNUAL REMINDER: Parents/guardians and students are encouraged to review and understand the following School Board Policies.

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  • TAKE ACTION: The Highlands School Board and PSBA encourages parents and residents to take action on issues that affect public education by contacting legislators. Click here to read about the current educational issues and to send a letter to legislators through PSBA's website. 

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