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  • Hardaway and our Partners in Education are having a warm weather coat drive. Please donate your coats, gloves, hats, scarves, and other warm weather clothes to families in need. We will have three donation boxes. One box will be in 209 with Ms. Waddlington, one box will be in 211 with Ms. Jackson, and the last box will be in 305 in the academic coach room.  We will be collecting warm weather gear until Dec. 18.

  • Attention Hardaway Students: Do you like to act? Do you like creepy stories by people like Edgar Allen Poe? If so, then Hardaway Theatre Company’s winter show production of Shuddersome: Tales of Poe is for you! Auditions are today from 3:30 – 5:30 in Room 705. Be prepared to tell a brief creepy story. We also need a good Questions? See Mrs. Giles in Room 705. Don’t miss being involved with our biggest show of the year!

  • Attention 10th and 11th grade young men.  The Columbus, GA Chapter of Jack and Jill of American, Inc., is seeking young men who will be Junior or Senior in high school during the 2019-2020 school year to participate in the 2019 Beautillion Ball.  Requirements, program information, and applications are available in the counseling office.  Deadline to apply is January 9, 2019.

  • Would you like to earn free college credits while you are still in high school?  If you would, then you should consider Dual Enrollment for next school year. You and your parents are invited to a Dual Enrollment informational meeting on Dec. 18th at 6 pm in the Media Center.  Representatives from CSU, GMC, and Columbus Tech will be present to explain their programs and answer questions.

  • Reminder of the BETA club meeting today at 3:30 in the Media Center. Documentation of your 16 hours of community service are due by the end of the month. 

  • The Rapt Readers Book Club December meeting has been rescheduled for the 19th and will take place each lunch period in the media center. Food will be provided. In order to attend, you should have read at least one of the following titles:

    • A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens

    • Dracula by Bram Stoker

    • A Girl’s Guide to Missiles: Growing Up in America’s Secret Desert by Karen Piper

    • Pride by Ibi Zoboi

    • To all the boys I loved before by Jenny Han

  • These titles are available in the media center.

  • Mu Alpha Theta Dues are due by January 15, 2019. Please bring your money to Mrs. Valentine in the main office.

  • Cancer affects everyone – the young and old, the rich and poor, men, women and children – and represents a tremendous burden on patients, families and societies. Cancer is one of the leading causes of death in the world. Yet, many of these deaths can be avoided. Between 30-50% of cancers are preventable by healthy lifestyle choices such as avoidance of tobacco and public health measures like immunization against cancer causing infections. Relay for Life will be collecting donations in the cafeteria the next two weeks to raise money for more research.  Please donation to the Relay table during lunches.

  • Hey COLLEGE BOUND Seniors! FAFSA is the application for college funding so if you are going to college next FALL LISTEN UP! Let your parents know that there will be a FAFSA parent workshop in the afternoon on Thursday, December 20th. The event is open from 4p till 6:30p and your parent can come in at any time between those hours to get help with filling out the FAFSA for college funding.  A College Admissions representative will be here to offer help.  Flyers are available in the counseling office so stop by any time during the day to pick one up to share with your parents.

  • Attention all GEAR UP students: There will be a very important Parent & Student Pizza Informational Night on Monday, 12/17/18 @ 6:30p.m. in the media center. An adult should be present with you and bring your device. RSVP by Friday, 12/14. For more information, contact Mrs. Fontain

  • Congratulations to the Hardaway Swim team for a great performance at our swim meet yesterday. Congratulations to Emily Harkness for dropping 2 seconds on her 100 fly and Sierra Dixon for dropping 3 seconds on her fly. Aubree Mainor dropped a second on both her 50 Free and 100 Free. Justice Miller dropped 4 seconds on her 50 Free and swam her first 100 free at the high school level. Cris Spurlock dropped about 2 seconds on his 100 Free and a huge, notable mention to Charlie Reed as he dropped a HUGE 7 seconds off his 100 free and 1 second of his 50 free. Wish them luck as they prepare for their next meet in LaGrange.