Arndt Shirts for Sale Next Week!
March 20-24 at lunch or in the Media Center
Cost: $12.00 (You must pre-pay to order a shirt.)
It's Book Fair Time - Monday, March 20-Friday, March 24
Hours: M-TH 8:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.; F 8:00-9:00 a.m.
*The Book Fair will be OPEN during Transition Night on Monday, March 20 6:00-7:15 p.m.
We need approximately 40 volunteers each testing day (May 26, May 31, June, 1, June 5, and June 6)! The hours are 7:50-12:15 p.m. Please consider volunteering for any or all of these dates. If you are unable to volunteer but know other individuals (grandparents, neighbors, college students, community members, etc.) who would volunteer, please pass this information onto them.
Mrs. Stodden firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms. Poovey email@example.com
Click HERE for a printable Proctor Volunter Form.
Careers in Catawba County Internship Open to Rising Freshmen
Dates: June 26-29
(one internship for four days - FREE)
Application Deadline: April 7
Credit: 1/4 unit of High School credit
Contact: Kim Teague 828-695-2612
In coordination with CVCC, students will visit sites pertaining to education, medical careers, technology and furniture. Students will tour a community college and four year institution.
Future Engineers Summer Camps
-Future Engineers (Rising 7th-8th graders) - July 10-14
-Robotics (Rising 7th-8th graders) - July 24-28
-Product Development (Rising 9th graders) - July 24-28
Cost: $325 (payment due by May 5); limited scholarships available.
Click HERE for an online application.
School Opens - 7:25 a.m.
Universal FREE Breakfast 7:25-7:55 a.m.
Tardy Bell - 8:00 a.m.
Dismissal - 3:07 p.m.
Summer Office Hours
8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Hello Arndt family. We hope you were able to stay warm this week. The schedule is looking busy as we prepare to enter the fourth and final nine week grading period.
After students were dismissed on Wednesday, our teachers participated in various professional development activities. Several topics included: creating clear learning goals, planning congruent activities to our learning goals, and designing literacy and math lessons that foster critical thinking. Our coaches attended CPR and AED training Wednesday afternoon.
Registration for 207-2018
7th Grade Registration
Materials have been distributed to 7th grade students and are due to homeroom teachers March 24.
8th Grade Registration
March 28 - SSHS counselors present registration information in 8th grade classes
March 30 - Parent night at SSHS - 6pm
April 3-6 - Online registration in 7th & 8th grade computer labs during AA
Please consider being a proctor for EOG testing. We typically need 35-40 proctors each testing day. Contact Mrs. Stodden( firstname.lastname@example.org ) or Ms. Poovey (email@example.com ) to volunteer.
8th Grade Dance
The 8th grade end of year dance is scheduled for May 12 from 7pm - 9pm. Please remember dress must meet the CCS and HMA dress code (at least mid-thigh in length, cannot have a bare midriff, cannot be strapless). Students are not required to wear formal attire.
End of the Year Awards Dates
7th grade awards will be held on Thursday, June 8 at 9:00am.
8th grade awards will be held on Friday, June 9 at 9:30am.
EOG Testing Dates
Friday, May 26 - Science EOG/NCFE
Monday, May 29 - No School
Tuesday, May 30 - Review Day
Wednesday, May 31 - Reading EOG
Thursday, June 1 - Math EOG
Friday, June 2 - Make up testing
Monday, June 5 - Social Studies NCFE
Tuesday, June 6 - Math I EOC
Wednesday, June 7 - Make up testing
Please make every attempt for your student to be at school during the testing period. Please also avoid scheduling doctor’s appointments this week before 1pm.
March 18 - NC Theatre Conference Performance
March 20 - 24 - Book Fair
March 20 - Baseball/Softball vs. Maiden MS/Soccer @ Maiden MS
March 21 - Baseball @ Mill Creek --- Soccer/Softball vs. Mill Creek
March 21 - Band MPA Trip
March 23 - 26 - Washington DC Trip
March 23 - Baseball/Softball vs. Grandview --- Soccer @ Grandview
March 25 - Shell’s Spirit Day
March 27 - Teacher Workday
April 5 - Spring Pictures
HMA is proud to be in the top 5% of all NC schools for student academic growth. Our students and teachers are able to achieve this honor by maintaining high standards and requiring rigorous academic coursework.
HMA Math teachers are utilizing Chromebooks to help prepare our students with 21st century skills. The Chromebooks were able to be purchased through a donation from Cargo Transporters. Thank you John Pope and Cargo Transporters!
Please make sure we have your current email address so you can receive our weekly email.
We are Respectful, act with Integrity, make Good choices, are Honest, and Treat people the way we want to be treated
We will continue to discuss and learn about these beliefs throughout the year.
HMA is recognized as a state leader for student growth, ranking in the top 5% of all North Carolina schools for student growth index. We offer a variety of academic and extra-curricular programs. The H.M. Arndt website details many of these outstanding opportunities.
I encourage parents to use PowerSchool as a way to keep track of their son/daughter’s academic progress. PowerSchool allows parents to see up-to-date grades for each class. Parents who do not have the required login information may come by the school and request the access information.