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  • National Honor Society is collecting donations for toiletries (toothpaste, toothbrushes, deodorant, shampoo, conditioner etc.) and gallon size Ziploc bags. Toiletry bags will be put together and distributed to homeless shelters throughout Columbus. Look for our donation boxes around the school. We will be collecting donations until February 28. Please bring your items in a Ziploc bag or tied grocery bag and include your name and ATL teacher’s name in the bag for our raffle drawing which will be held on March 2. The ATL that has the most donations will win a treat as well.

  • Hardaway’s English Honor Society is holding a Book and Journal Drive until the 28th of February! Donate new and old books of any level, journals, composition books and etc. Just label your donation(s) with your name and ATL class when donating to enter the doughnut party raffle for your ATL class. Boxes are located in all English classes.

  • We are excited to announce an upcoming field trip to the Civil Rights Museum in Atlanta, Georgia. This trip will be open to students in grades 10th-12th. Students who attend the trip should not have any referrals (OSS/ISS) and should have less than 10% absenteeism for the year. Students will be issued a permission form that must be signed by a parent and one of the designated administrators. The deadline to pay for the trip is Wednesday, March 4. See Ms. Gaddy in room 103 for a permission form.

  • Youth Advisory Council of Columbus applications are now available in the Counseling Office. “The mission of the Youth Advisory Council is to broaden the scope of youth leadership in Columbus through volunteerism, service, and initiatives that are directed toward allowing youth input into policy issues, identifying youth issues, and participating in the development of solutions.”  All grade levels may apply. 84 students from Columbus will be selected. Deadline to apply is April 15th.

  • Become a legend! Hardaway is putting together eSports teams for the 2020-2021 season. Like playing games, but not competitively? We have come just to have fun too! Come to our interest meeting on Friday, February 21, 2020 in the Media Center from 3:35 to 4:00 to learn more!

  • Hardaway Theatre Company is proud to present our Winter Show production of Cooking Can Be Murder. The Remington County fair is having its annual cooking competition. This comedic murder mystery parody centers on the murder of the dastardly James Casanova Valentino Bond. There are seven eccentric suspects, but who did it? This show will keep you laughing and on the edge of your seat. Show dates are Friday, February 21st and Saturday, February 22nd. Tickets are only $7 and may be purchased in advance or at the door. Fun for the whole family! Don’t miss our biggest production of the year!

  • All Rapt Reader Book Club members need to see Ms. Bailey as soon as possible concerning the last meeting of the school year.

  • The Environmental Club needs help today working on a rain barrel project. Help will be needed for lifting and putting things together. Food will be provided.