Hannah Hooper, a student from Huddleston Intermediate, got an exciting opportunity by performing in the musical “Beauty and the Beast” March 3rd -March 4th with the Melissa Youth Onstage (MYO) group in Mckinney, Texas. She played the character of Silverware Ensemble(the Fork). “I chose to try out because I wanted the part of Belle, but there were a lot more people than I expected and was very nervous. I was very excited and happy getting a part in the musical.” When asked how her experience was she responded “ It was a lot of hard work and long hours of singing and dancing. Practices were at least 3 hours most days but did go longer sometimes. I found out it takes a lot of commitment but was worth it in the end.” We would like to congratulate Hannah for her dedication in the theatre and look forward to seeing her on stage again.
This year is Huddleston’s first year to offer the Panther Book Club, which meets every 3rd Monday of the month. Students in the book club have participated in many activities throughout the year on club days. They participated in writing book reports, creating graphic novel strips, blackout poetry, diorama of their favorite scene from a book they read, book discussions, and finally their Book Fair Project. The dioramas and book fair projects were judged by staff members of Huddleston Intermediate. Dioramas were judged by how accurate they recreated a scene from the book they read for this project. The Book Fair Project was judged by staff members as well on how they created their trifold, the accuracy of the book they used, and their book reports. Congratulations to all our winners and to all who participated! Dioramas 1st-Megan Edwards (Peril in Pompeii) 2nd-Candence Smith (The Lost Hero) 3rd-Not pictured (US Presidents, George W. Bush) 4th-Sarah Brewer (The Testing) 5th Emiliono Gonzalez. (Zues, King of Gods) Book Fair 1st-Megan Edwards (20,000 Leagues Under the Sea) 2nd-Cadence Smith (Night Divided) 3rd-Dakota Smith (City of Bones) 4th-Marla Ned ( Jacky Ha Ha) 5th-Emiliono Gonzalez (The Last Boy at St. Ediths)
Students will be participation in Jump Rope and Hoops for Heart on January 20th during their PE classes. Students have collection envelopes for all who would like to sponsor them. All Money collected will be going to the American Heart Association to Save Lives.
Congratulations goes to: Isaac Ahern, Jacob Almaguer, Jennifer Alvarez, Robert Arroyo, Anna Bewley, Tommy Bullard, Salma Garcia, Isabella Gaytan, Emiliano Gonzalez, Farah Hanson, Lucy Mussleman, Madelyn Slaymaker, Cadence Smith, Suzanne Tobias, Carolina Trevizo, Casey Wall, David Winchester
Slot for your child's lunch for Thanksgiving Dinner is based off who they have for 5th Period. A lunch will be from 11:00 to 11:30 the following teachers will have A lunch Karwoski Bowman Mercer S. Davis B lunch will be from 11:35 to 12:05 the following teachers will have B lunch Hoar Bowker Robinson Ruble C lunch will be from 12:10 to 12:40 the following teacher will have C lunch Gallimore Charles Whitehead Clark R. Davis
For Holiday Break, I am challenging all students to read 500 minutes for a chance to win prizes when they come back! Take this opportunity to have your child read aloud to you and spend quality reading time with your child! Have a wonderful Break! Make sure to log all reading minutes and turn into Mrs. Johnson by November 30! Happy Reading!
October 28th from 5:30-7:30 Tickets will be available during lunches October 24th-28th for $3. They will be $5 at the door. Only Huddleston students may attend and school dress code will apply. There will be drinks and snacks available for purchase and carnival games in the gym. If you are interested in being a chaperone, please email Mrs. Hague at firstname.lastname@example.org. You must have a background check on file.
Congratulations to all the students who tried out for an office position on student council! The votes are in and our Huddleston 2016-2017 Student Council President is Eduardo Lerma Ontiveros. Our 2016-2017 Student Council Vice President is Olivia Rogers! Congratulations!
Our students got to participate in the NED show and learned to Never give up, Encourage Others, and Do your best! We would like to thank Ned and our Guest speaker Nate Richey. Students will have a chance to purchase yo yos from October 10- October 14. Prices will range from $8, $10, and $15.
Red Ribbon Week will be celebrated this year October 24-28. Oct. 24 - "We're RED-y to take a stand against drugs and bullying" - Wear RED to kick off Red Ribbon Week. Oct. 25 - "We're too BRIGHT for drugs" - Wear NEON colors Oct. 26 - "Catch the wave to a drug free life" - Wear your HAWAIIAN gear Oct. 27 - "PAWS-itively Drug Free" - Wear your PANTHER gear Oct. 28 - "Say BOO to drugs" - Wear your favorite Halloween themed outfit.