Hernando High School

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  • Hernando High School's BETA Club 

    Thank you to Hernando High School’s BETA Club members, Haven Anderson, Amanda Bates, Noah Bedard, Ray Brito, Matthew Cason, Jordan Cheze, Alexandria Crane, Greta Drenth, Brittany Felice, Marissa Foulks, Andre Fuller, Tika Greene, Bella Hoins, Riley Honor, Jennah Karagines, Katie Kavanagh, Nadine Kilgore, Jordan Laing, Michael Patterson, Blake Phillips, Mandolyn Rupp, Tatyana Salgado, Gabriella Sietsema, Chloe Spitzer, Laney Stalcup, Emily Svenson, Hannah Thieryung, Misa Viveiros, and Savannah Zipperer.  The BETA Club members collected over 2,000 canned goods for their Thanksgiving Canned Food Drive to support “Operation Heart Felt.”  Awesome Job!!!

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  • Congratulations to Hernando High School’s Royale Regiment Band students!!

    Hernando High School’s Royale Regiment Band students, Emily Beck, Dana Faunce, Roy Liu, Edward Maura, Arien Sullivan, and Misa Viveiros have been selected to perform at the University of South Florida as part of the Festival of Winds Honor Band on Sunday, December 8, 2019.  Only some of the very best students in the state are selected to perform at this event. 

    Hernando High School’s Royale Regiment Band students, Jennah Karagines, Orion Lombardi, and Jacob VanCleave have been selected to perform at Florida State University as part of the Tri-State Honor Band Festival and Conducting Conference on Sunday, December 8, 2019.  Only the best juniors and seniors from Alabama, Georgia, and Florida are invited to attend this prestigious event.

    Hernando High School’s Royale Regiment Band student, Misa Viveiros auditioned and has been selected to the 2020 Florida All-State Orchestra.  Misa is one of the top three freshmen and sophomore trumpet players in the state of Florida!!  She will be attending the Florida Music Educators All-State Clinic and Professional Development Conference in Tampa, Florida at the Tampa Convention Center and the Straz Center for the Performing Arts on Saturday, January 11, 2020.  

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  • Congratulations to Hernando High School’s Brooksville Senior FFA students!!

    The following students attended the 92nd National FFA Convention held in Indianapolis, Indiana and placed in the National FFA Agriscience Fair division:

    Haven Anderson - 2nd place (Gold) - Division 3 - Environmental Systems

    Nathanael Monroe - 3rd place (Gold) - Division 3 - Power & Structure Systems

    Jessi Jo Pallay - 4th place (Gold) – Division 6 - Power & Structure Systems  

    Madison Collins - 4th place (Gold) – Division 6 - Power & Structure Systems  

    Anna Babione - 5th place (Gold) - Division 6 - Plant Systems

    Mary Babione - 5th place (Gold) - Division 6 - Plant Systems

    Adrianna Cueto - 10th place (Gold) - Division 3 - Plant Systems

    Hernando High School’s Brooksville Senior FFA Chapter was named a Models of Innovation/Premier National Finalist (Top 10 Chapter) in the area of Strengthening Agriculture.  Hernando High School’s Brooksville Senior FFA Chapter has been named a Top 10 National Finalist eighteen times in this competition and received the highest chapter ranking possible (3 stars) for the past 18 years.   

    Former Hernando High School Brooksville Senior FFA students, Sarah Babione and Jourdan Cunningham received their American FFA degrees.  The American FFA degree is the highest degree awarded by FFA, where less than half of 1% of membership achieves this honor.  Today, there are 700,170 FFA members between the ages of 12-21 in 8,612 chapters in all 50 states, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

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  • Florida Department of Juvenile Justice Kicks Off School Threats Awareness Campaign
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  • Please note changes made to the 2019-2020 Student Code of Conduct - In the event of a school emergency, students must be able to hear and follow staff directions therefore students will not be permitted to use earbuds/headphones on campus unless approved for classroom or lab settings.  Please review page 10 in the Student Code of Conduct.

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  • Attn:  Parents/Guardians

    Please check CHALK weekly to track your child/children's grades.  

     

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  • Hernando High School is now taking payments online:

    Visit the link below to pay fees online:

    https://hernando.RevTrak.net

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  • Follow US on Facebook - Hernando High School:  Leopard Pride

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  • 2019-2020 School Advisory Committee meetings (SAC):
    School Advisory Committee meetings will be held on 8/27, 9/24, 10/29, 11/19, 1/28/20, 2/25/20, 3/31/20, 4/28/20, 5/26/20.  All meetings are held in the main office at 5:30 p.m.

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  • Seniors - Don't forget to place your order for your cap & gown unit.....ALL graduation orders (including cap & gown) can be placed online at Jostens.com OR you can mail your order to Jostens at PO Box 536159, Orlando, Florida 32853 - Attn:  Order Processing Dept.  Make all checks payable to Jostens.  The cap & gown unit is $55.00, starting December 21, 2019 the price will increase to $80.00.  All balances on any products ordered this school year must be paid in full prior to April 1, 2020.  If you have any questions, please contact Jostens at (407) 894-3131.

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  • 2019-2020 Report Card Dates.................Students will receive their report card on October 25th, January 21st, and April 3rd.  Students will be notified when final report cards are available for pick-up at the school in June.  

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  • 2019-2020 Early Release Days - Mark your calendars!..................Reminder Hernando High School students are released at 11:10 a.m. on these dates:  August 28th, September 25th, October 30th, December 18th, December 19th, December 20th. 2020:  January 29th, February 26th, April 29th, May 27th, May 28th, and May 29th. 

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  • School Meals......................Breakfast and Lunch meals are FREE for ALL students this year.  NO paperwork is required!  There is a charge for 'A la carte' items.

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  • 2020 Senior pictures:
    Contact Woodsides Photography at (352) 596-2686 for appointments and additional information.

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  • Student Emergency Cards:
    Students MUST turn in a new emergency card in order to receive textbooks and purchase parking permits.

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  • Change of Address and/or Phone number:
    Parents/Guardians - If you have a change of address, please contact the Data Entry office at (352) 797-7015, ext. 201 to update your child's information.

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