|Weekly Update: September 15, 2014||09/14/14|
Important upcoming dates:
September 18: High School Open House
October 28: Middle School Winter Sports Meeting
Junior & Seniors:
The William Randolph Hearst Scholarship – high school junior or senior student leaders who would like to be considered for a $5,000 scholarship to help defray college expenses. Two delegates are chosen in each of the 50 states. Each of the 104 students will receive a scholarship and an all -expense paid one-week trip to Washington (March 7-14, 2015) to serve as a member of the US Youth Senate Program.
On line (http://bit.ly/HEARSTapplication) submission deadline is Friday, October 3, 2014. Information is also available in the school counseling office.
Stowe Reporter looking for a student writer:
Looking for an enthusiastic student who is interested in writing about Harwood sports this Fall and maybe even into next year. Ideally, the student would have an interest in journalism and sports, but we encourage everyone who is interested to apply.
Please have either the teacher(s) who are interested in rounding up a student and/or the interested student(s) contact us and we will give them more details about the position. Any questions, contact Tom Kearney. His email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Harwood Co-Curricular Activities:
This year, all students participating in any Harwood co-curricular activities (i.e. sports, Musical, clubs, Partners club, etc) will need to register online through FamilyID.com
Please note: Winter sports will start November 17. Registration for WINTER SPORTS will be open on Sept 13. Sign up now!
Click here for information on how to sign up for co-curricular activities. Families will only have to register once, and then can pick the programs for their children are interested in!
Student Employment Opportunity
MRV TV is looking for students to film Harwood home games, both soccer and field hockey. We pay approx. $12 hr., and will train, but kids need to have transportation to games and the studio here in Waitsfield for equipment pick-up. Email us at email@example.com if interested.
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CSC Wilderness Education Field Trip Announced
To help students gain a greater appreciation for the natural world, we have organized a two-night wilderness education trip with Kroka Expeditions in Marlow, New Hampshire.
Students will spend three days learning more about their role in the community and the natural world by living, working, harvesting, cooking, dining, and exploring together on the Kroka campus. Students will also have the opportunity to learn many useful wilderness skills, such as fire making, wooden spoon making, wilderness navigation, canoeing, tracking, and basic survival skills.
There are a limited number of spots for this trip, so if you are interested please sign up soon!
To learn more or to sign up for the trip, please use this link: http://newschoolhistory.com/news-from-csc-september-10th-2014/
You may also email Mr. Henchen, at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.