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Teen driving: in-depth

Teen driving: in-depth

By Jane Park

June 15, 2020

Permit to License: A Simple Guideline for Teen Drivers Getting a driver's license has long been a rite of passage for teens. For many, driving is the first step toward independence. It is important to learn how to drive because most people use cars to travel to work, home and anywhere else. Drivi...

HHS announces it will be moving to credit/no credit for remainder of semester

HHS will be moving the final semester grading system from letter grades to a binary credit/no credit system, according to an email and a frequently asked questions document sent to students and parents on Saturday, April 11. Here are some highlights from that email.

By Naomi Baron

April 17, 2020

HHS, along with every school in the district will be moving the final semester grading system from letter grades to a binary credit/no credit system, according to an  email and a frequently asked questions document sent to students and parents on Saturday, April 11.  The decision came after much deliberation and...

HHS ensures candidate qualifications trump popularity

Social media should not be an acceptable campaign platform for those running in a school election.

By Naomi Baron

April 17, 2020

Student council elections are meant to elect the most qualified candidate — not the most popular. But based on the way other schools nearby run their elections, they are clearly missing the point. HHS has not.  While HHS campaign rules do not allow candidates to campaign using social media or ...