Attention Parents Of SENIORS!  Wagner Portrait Group will be at school on Tuesday, September 26th for Formal Senior Portraits.  This will be your special opportunity to order pictures!  Please send the order form back to school with your student or you can go online to password: HIGHLAND to place your order or click on this direct link  For online orders, please remember to print out your receipt and send it to school with your student.  See you on Senior Picture Day! 

5-8 P.M.
Financial Aid Officers will be available to assist in filing the FAFSA (Free application for federal student aid) in the Media Center starting at 5 p.m.
Due to a federal regulation change, eligibility to file the FAFSA now begins Oct. 1st instead of the previous Jan 1st date. Bring parent and student 2016 taxes, W-2s, and personal bank account information to assist in filing of the FAFSA. Apply for both a student and parent FSA ID at prior to this session. The FSA ID allows you to electronically submit the FAFSA.

One Sept 7, 42 high school art and FACS students toured the special exhibit Reigning Men 300 years of men's fashion at the Saint Louis Art Museum. Students ate lunch at the cafe, and toured more of the museum in small groups.  We had a great day, tour was chaperoned by Mrs. Mann, Miss Geisendorfer, Mrs. Turpin, Miss Akery, Mrs. Fleer.  Mrs. Mann currently has an art work currently on display in the museum's education wing.  It is a batik titled Round About. It was made with melted wax and real indigo.  Mrs. Mann also lead two workshops for the museum's education department in conjunction with the special exhibit.  One was for art teachers of the Saint Louis Public Schools in early August, and the second was an two day shirt making and decorating workshop for teachers.

Coach Kelvin Sampson of the University of Houston Cougars, issued a challenge to all organized basketball teams in the US via Twitter. The challenge was for every team to collect at least 10 pairs of shoes & 20 school affiliated shirts. Coach Sampson asked for coaches to send these items to him and his team to distribute to the victims of Hurricane Harvey. Coach Meleia Musgrove Niemann and Coach Bruce Bonness and members of the Highland High School Basketball Teams accepted the challenge. 21 pairs of sneakers and 60 shirts are on their way to Texas. So proud of our coaches and student athletes for providing support when in need. Continue to pray for Hurricane Harvey victims and all those working to make a difference. #GoCoogs#HoustonStrong.#HighlandString

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