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June 21, 2019

  • Students looking for Service Learning Hours?  Earn from 4 - 12 service hours as a student volunteer for the 16th Annual Collective Minds House Music Festival, which will take place on Sunday, September 1, 2019, from 12 pm - 7 pm.  This is an Outdoor Event that will be held at the Baltimore Polytechnic Institute (POLY), located in Baltimore City.
    • Collective Minds Network is an ad hoc group of House Music lovers, fans, producers, performers, dancers and DJs.  In essence, it is anyone and everyone who is involved with House Music in any way, shape or form.  Collective Music Network has held a yearly picnic beginning in 2002 that has grown into a Festival of community and music.  The event gives the opportunity to hear, live, love and promote House, our Baltimore heritage and community involvement.    Those who are interested in details about gaining service hours, please contact Neal Conway at neal_conway@hcpss.org, or 443 660-6417.

June 18, 2019

  • If you are planning on trying out for the field hockey team in the fall, there will be a meeting in Coach Brookhart's room 145 today, Tuesday, right after school.
  • Are you a rising senior in need of service hours or a job in the fall?  St. Alphonsus Preschool is looking to hire several RISING SENIORS for their after care program next year.  This is a paid position.  You must provide your own transportation, be available from 2:30 - 4:30 pm, have an interest in children, and could work between 6 - 10 hours per week.  If you are interested, please see Ms. Flynn in student services.

June 17, 2019

  • 2019 yearbook sales close this Friday, June 21 - the last day of school!  Make sure you purchase your yearbook before they run out.  Go to Jostens.com today!
  • Are you looking for a volunteer opportunity?  Volunteers are needed for the Maryland Air Artist in Residence Exhibition which runs from Friday, June 21 - Sunday, June 23.  If you are interested in volunteering at this event, please see Ms. Flynn in Student Services for more information.

June 12, 2019

  • Students, if you haven't already done so, please clean out your lockers now.  If you need help with your combination please stop by the front office.

June 11, 2019

  • Interested in playing volleyball?  The Girl's volleyball program will be holding an interest meeting tomorrow, Wednesday, June 12, at 3 pm in room 221 for all returning players, and anyone else interested in trying out in August.  Looking forward to seeing you there!
  • The indoor concession stand will be open tomorrow after school, Wednesday, June 12, for its annual End of Year, 1/2 Price sale.  All candy, chips and drinks are 50% off.

June 10, 2019

  • Students - counselors will be sending out messages through Canvas to students whose schedules for next year NEED to be adjusted.  PLEASE check your Canvas messages daily to see if you have been scheduled for an appointment.  In addition, a PINK pass will be sent to you reminding you of the date and time of your appointment.
  • Just a reminder that the Mt. Hebron Lancer Drill team will be having auditions for next year tomorrow, Tuesday, June 11 through Thursday, June 13, from 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. in the main gym.  Any questions, please see Mrs. Goodwin in room 228.
  • Another last reminder about Mt. Hebron Marching Unit Color Guard (Cavaliers) will be holding auditions this week, Wednesday, June 12 through Friday, June 14, from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m... Meet in the main lobby.  See the flyer posted last week under morning announcements, and/or see Mr. Fischer, our band director, in room 133 with any questions.

June 6, 2019

  • If you are interested in helping to prepare and finalize plans for Mt. Hebron's Unity week, please meet in room 140 after school today.  See or email Mrs. Ewart for more information.
  • Students, if you plan to move during the summer, please contact our registrars, Mrs. Winters or Mrs. Tracy, in Student Services, to learn what is required.

June 4, 2019

  • A reminder about College Night - Wednesday evening, June 5, beginning at 6 pm, in the auditorium.
  • All track and field athletes who have yet to turn in their uniform, you now have an obligation of $145.00.  Please make checks payable to Mt. Hebron High School and give it to Mrs. Pinsky, our bookkeeper.
  • The Red Cross club is meeting tomorrow, Wednesday, June 5, in room 201 at 2:15.
  • CURRENT JUNIORS - The Student/Aide/Assistant forms are now available in Student Services.  Please see your counselor if you are interested in aiding or assisting next year.

June 3, 2019

  • Information about Color Guard try-outs can be found here!
  • Juniors, this is a reminder that the World of Work interviews are this Friday, June 7 in the Media center.  You will receive a pass with your interview time through your English class by Thursday.  Please keep this pass and bring it with you to your interview with a clean copy of your resume.  Don't forget to dress to impress! Professional attire is required.  Please see Mrs. Marton or your counselor if you have any questions/concerns.
  • In response to a recent cyber-bullying event, a group of students wanting to create a positive response to bullying will meet today in room 140 from 2:15 - 3:00 to plan for an upcoming Unity week.  If you can't stay today, but are interested in helping, please see or email Mrs. Ewart in room 140.

May 31, 2019

  • Attn:  Math Honor Society.  This is a reminder to send in your videos if you plan on running for a leadership position.  Our last meeting is next Thursday, June 6, and we will be electing the leadership for the 2019-2020 school year.

May 29, 2019

  • Do you like dancing and performing in a variety of styles?  The Mt. Hebron Lancer Drill team auditions are June 11  -  13, from 5:30 - 7:30 pm in the main gym.  Bring sneakers, water and dress in athletic attire.  Please fill out the Google survey found in the bio of our instagram page @mthlancers if you are planning to audition.  Contact Mrs. Goodwin, Victoria Iveljic, Audrey HIll, Lorelei Loraine, or Paris Buckman with your questions.  We can't wait to see you there!

May 28, 2019

  • The Howard County GT Summer Institute for Talent Development is looking for student volunteers to assist in 1st through 8th grade classrooms this summer.  The program consists of two (2) 2 week sessions from July 1 - July 26 from 830 a - 1230 pm.  If you can not participate the entire time, we can work with your schedule.  We will meet in June prior to the 1st session for orientation.  Information about the program can be found on the GT website, www.hcpss.org/gt.  If you have any questions, or would like more details, please see Mr. Herdman in room 107, or Ms. Flynn in student services.  The year's program will take place at Wilde Lake Middle.

May 17, 2019

  • Students - here is another Service Learning Volunteer opportunity -
    • Students are needed for the Books in Bloom event at Merriweather Post Pavilion on Sunday, June 2.  Please see Ms. Flynn in Student Services for more information.

May 13, 2019

  • SGA elections are coming!  Next Monday, May 20, after school in the media center, SGA will be holding a meeting for all students interested in running.  Information on how to run and requirements will also be sent to all students on Canvas later this week.
  • All outdoor track and field runners, DON'T FORGET, if you haven't already done so, please turn in your uniforms by this Thursday, May 16, in order to avoid a student obligation.
  • SENIORS,  PLEASE CLEAN OUT YOUR LOCKERS THIS WEEK.  IF YOU NEED HELP WITH COMBINATIONS, STOP IN THE FRONT OFFICE.

May 8, 2019

  • The Red Cross Club will meet today in room 201 at 215.  We will be holding elections.  If you can not attend, watch for the Canvas announcement so you can vote!
  • The Mickey Mouse Club will meet this Friday, May 10 at 210 in room 201 for trivia!

May 7, 2019

  • FOSA is having a pizza sale after school today, Tuesday, May 7, and Thursday, May 9.
  • All OUTDOOR track and field runners, please turn in your uniform by Thursday, May 16, to avoid a student obligation of $145.00.

May 3, 2019

  • Student volunteers are needed for a variety of volunteering opportunities with Students4Service.
    • Volunteers are needed from JUly 8 - 19.
    • Please see Ms. Flynn in Student Services for more information.
  • For more information about joining the Southwest Airlines family, please join us for an evening information session for upcoming high school graduates on Wednesday, May 8 at 530 pm at Anne Arundel Workforce Development Center, 613 Global Way, Linthicum MD  21090.  Please RSVP for the event at:  http://bit/ly/212r3Jw (case sensitive).  Parents are welcome to attend.
    • See Ms. Flynn for more information.

May 2, 2019

  • The Interact club is having a pizza sale after school today.
  • Students taking the ASVAB test are reminded that the test is tomorrow, Friday, May 3, beginning at 7:30 in the computer lab, room 226.  Check in with your 1st period teacher and then come immediately to the computer lab.

April 30, 2019

  • BSU will be hosting a meeting this Thursday, May 2, immediately after school in room 141.  We will be planning for our end of the year picnic and upcoming elections.  All students are welcome!  There is an after school bus available to those who need a ride into their neighborhoods.  Hope to see you there!
  • Please come out to Mt. Hebron's National Art Honor Society's annual Coffee House.  It's free this year!  Coffee House is a showcase of students'  performances and talents in a chill and relaxed environment.  There will be food and refreshments along with musical performances, a photo booth, and karaoke!  Come out and support your National Art Honors Society and friends!
  • Class of 2022 will be selling pizza tomorrow, Wednesday, after school in the front lobby.

April 29, 2019

  • The Mt. Hebron dance program celebrates its 25th Anniversary at the spring dance concert this Friday, May 3, and Saturday, May 4!  This year's event begins with gallery walk at 630 pm which showcases artwork created by our visual arts department.  The concert begins at 7 pm in the auditorium and features performances by the dance classes, Junior company, Dance company, Breakdance club and South Asian club.
  • Tickets will be on sale during all lunch shifts beginning tomorrow, Tuesday.  See Ms. Reyes or a Dance company member for more information!
  • Need service hours?  You can earn hours by helping set up tables for AP exam administration.  SIGN UP HERE!

April 26, 2019

  • Did you know that many foster children are without duffel bags?  Kids are forced to constantly move homes without their favorite belongings.  This is happening right here in Howard County.  Next week, there will be a collection for "Dollars for Duffels".  Your money goes directly to buy duffel bags for foster kids in our community.  Donate during all lunch shifts next week.
  • Today is the last day to buy After Prom tickets during lunch.  If you forgot your money or waivers, you can purchase tickets online off the PTSA website until 11:59 pm. tonight!  You can start forming a team for the dodgeball tournament too - sign up when you arrive at the YMCA.  Come hungry - at After Prom there is all you can eat Chick-fil-A, Qdoba, Rita's and more.  Prizes include a TV, apple watch, airpods, PS4 game system, XBox bundle, wireless speakers, dorm packages, major cash prizes, and over 100 gift cards to give away.  After Prom is the place to be -after prom!
  • On Monday, April 29, Rebecca Morrow from HCC will be here to meet with any students who are interested in the JumpStart (dual enrollment) program.  JumpStart is for students who would like to take classes at HCC while in high school.  If you are interested in attending this JumpStart meeting, you can either indicate your interest on your Synergy page, or see your counselor for a pass.

April 25, 2019

  • The Mickey Mouse club will meet tomorrow, Friday, April 26 in room 201 at 215.  We hope to see you there!
  • GOT SERVICE HOURS?  In need of service hours?  Join the Summer Reading Volunteers at the Glenwood branch of the Howaard County Library System.  You will gain basic skills, promote literacy in the community, and earn service learning hours in a fun and enjoyable atmosphere.  Go to the Howard County library website to submit an online application.  See Ms. Flynn if you need more information.

April 24, 2019

  • The National English Honor Society meeting originally scheduled for Thursday, April 25 will be held on Monday, April 29 instead.  The meeting will be after school in room 234.  All members need to attend to hear about final hours for seniors, dues, and elections.
  • Students:  If you are in need of Service Learning Hours or just want to volunteer, Grassroots is looking for volunteers to help with Breathe Deep Columbia event on Saturday, May 4.  Volunteers are needed to help with registration, check-in and handing out shirts, etc.  Please see Ms. Flynn in Student Services for more information.
  • Jrs. and Srs. - After prom tickets are on sale in the cafeteria today, Wed., tomorrow, Thurs., and Friday, or you can purchase online.  Tickets are $10 and require signed waivers to attend, to ride the bus if you purchase a separate $5 bus ticket, or want to use the YMCA rock climbing wall.  Waivers can be picked up in the cafeteria, in the front office, or printed off the PTSA website.  All Hebron juniors and seniors can attend after prom - you do not need to attend prom to attend after prom.  The PTSA will be in the cafeteria today to answer questions about after prom, hand out waivers, and get survey responses for a special Mt. Hebron version of Family Feud.  Fill out a survey for a chance to win a $20  Qdoba gift card.

April 12. 2019

  • Attention Juniors and Seniors!  After prom tickets are on sale NOW from the PTSA website.  Tickets will be sold in the cafeteria starting Wednesday, April 24.  All tickets are $10.  Signed waivers are required to attend After Prom, to ride the bus, and to climb the rock wall.  You can print all those forms off the website or pick them up in the front office.  You must have waivers have the waivers to buy a ticket.  Riding the bus from prom to after prom is optional and costs $5.  After promo is the best post-prom party in town - don't miss it!!!
  • On Thursday, May 2, National Art Honor Society is sponsoring an informal talent showcase we call "Coffee House".  We are looking for singers, dancers, poets, comedians, magicians, and musicians who would like to perform.  We are holding auditions on Tuesday, April 23 and Wednesday, April 24, in room 121 after school.  See  Mrs. Hannah if you have any questions.

April 10, 2019

  • Best Buddies is meeting today after school in the cafeteria.
  • There is a Badminton pizza sale directly after school today.
  • The UMBC You Matter Teacher Diversity Event will be in the media center after school today.  Come learn and discuss why teacher diversity matters and brainstorm solutions to increase diversity in the teaching workforce.  See Mrs. Grimes in student services with questions.

April 9, 2019

  • International Thespian Society applications are due tomorrow, Wednesday, April 10.  If you have questions or need an application, please see Ms. Williams in room 136.  ITS induction will be held May 20 at 430 pm.  More details to follow.
  • This is a reminder that submissions for Valkyrie, Mt. Hebron's premier literary and art magazine, are due Friday, April 26.  See your English teacher or Ms. Goodwin in room 228 for more information.
  • If you registered for an AP exam, you must attend a Pre-administration session on EITHER  Tuesday, April 23, or Thursday, April 25.  It will take you approximately 30 minutes to complete the process.  You can come to the cafeteria any time after school, either day.  Sessions close at 5 pm both days.  See Dr. Kiehl in room 109 with questions.

April 3, 2019

  • HebronFest is being held tomorrow evening, Thursday, April 4, from 6 - 9 pm.  See performance, sample food, and participate in activities put together by various student groups at Mt. Hebron.  Come experience all that Hebron has to offer!
  • Art Club and National Art Honor Society will have a very important meeting tomorrow, Thursday, April 4, after school in room 121.  Items on the agenda will be the selection of next year's officers, planning our NAHS induction ceremony, and opportunities to obtain some last minute service hours.

April 2, 2019

  • Calling all seniors:  The Viking Backers are proud to present the Norseman Scholarship to five (5) deserving graduates of Mt. Hebron.  This year we have revised our process and nominations are no longer required.  Students can access the application through the Viking Backers' website (www.vikingbackers.org)  All applications are due to the school office by Friday, April 5 at 2:30.
  • Entrepreneurship Club will be meeting this Thursday, April 4, after school in room 001.  Please contact Mr. Champney for more information.
  • Nominations are open for senior superlatives!  Find the announcement with nomination link on the senior canvas page.  Nominations end by 2:10 on Thursday, April 4.  Nominated seniors will be informed of their nomination next week.  Questions?  See Ms. Fischetti.
  • This is the last week to purchase prom tickets.  If you've purchased one online, please pick up your ticket at lunch.
  • Junior class board members, you have a meeting each day this week in Ms. Kang's room 239.  Meeting will last 10-15 minutes.
  • Here are three (3) more service hours opportunities -
    • Students are needed to greet, distribution information and hand out goodie bags at the screening of Angst on several different dates.
    • Students are needed to put together resource bags on April 8 at the Horizon Foundation from 2:30 - 4:30.
    • The Roger Carter Center is looking for volunteers for their Earth Day Clean Up on April 28.
    • Any questions, see Ms. Flynn in Student Services.

April 1, 2019

  • Student volunteers are needed for the Elkridge Spring Festival on Wednesday, April 17.  Volunteers are needed to help hide Easter eggs, assist children with finding them, organize and manage games and other responsibilities as needed.  See Ms. Flynn in Student Services for more information.
  • Are you passionate about human rights?  Do you want to participate in the global movement to protect justice and freedom all around the world?  If yes, you are welcome to join the Amnesty International club!  Our first meeting will be held tomorrow, Tuesday, April 2 in room 222.  We will have insightful discussions and organize fundraisers for various causes.  Please join if you are interested.
  • Have you ever wished you were taught more real-world, practical skills in high school?  On Monday, April 8, from 6:30 - 8:30 pm, Making Change:  A Financial LIteracy conference will be held at River Hill High School and will be open to all students in Howard County.  Making Change will feature workshops from a variety of areas for students (and parents) to choose from, including saving for retirement, introduction to financial management, investment skills, estate planning, college planning, and more!  Making Change aims to supplement financial literacy education in Howard County, to give students an important introduction to personal finance and to better prepare them to make financial decisions in the future.  We hope to see you there!
  • AP registration lists are posted outside of room 109.  All students should either check these posted lists, or check with their AP teachers to make sure they are properly registered.  Registrations entered this week incur a $55.00/exam late fee and must be paid by check.  All registration closes on Friday, April 5 at 1130 am.

March 28, 2019

  • The Mickey Mouse club will be meeting in room 201 at 2:15 on Friday, March 29.  We will be playing  Disney games.  We hope to see you there.

March 25, 2019

  • The National English Honor Society is collecting books for the Maryland Book bank.  So far, we have nearly 300 books collected.  Anyone who would like to help up top the 300 mark is invited to donate new or gently used books  There are boxes at the front of the school and in the Media Center.  Let's make this our biggest collection ever.  Thanks Hebron!
  • Those students who will be attending the Delta Scholarship Leadership conference, the last day to turn in your permission slip and conference fee is Wednesday, March 27.
  • The BSU is hosting a meeting on Thursday, March 28, immediately after school.  We will be discussing our Grassroots Service project and end of the year activities.  The after school activity bus is available for those who need  a ride home.

March 20, 2019

  • The BSU is having a pizza sale today after school.  Proceeds will go to benefit Grass Roots.  Stop by and grab a slice.  The cost is $2.00.  Help up serve the individuals in need at Grass Roots.
  • Students who are going on the New York City field trip, should please stop Ms. Rocheleau's office during your lunch time today.  She has some important information for you.

March 19, 2019

  • There will be a  Delta Scholars meeting during Viking Time tomorrow, Wednesday, in room 106.  Please plan to attend, we will be discussing plans for the upcoming  Leadership Conference and Workshop.
  • The Delta Scholars will have having a pizze/bake sale after school today, Tuesday, please come out and support us.
  • Prom tickets are now on sale online.  You can also purchase them in the cafeteria beginning next Monday, March 25.
  • Ilchester Elementary is looking for volunteers for their Spring Festival on Saturday, May 11.  If you are interested in helping, please see Ms. Flynn in students services.

March 18, 2019

  • The Howard County Conservancy needs volunteers aged 13 - 18 for their summer camps.  Please see Ms. Flynn in Student Services for more information.
  • Ilchester Elementary School is looking for volunteers for their Spring Festival on Saturday, May 11.  If you are interested in helping, please see Ms. Flynn in Student Services for more information.

March 14, 2019

  • All participants in the Black History Celebration event are expected to attend a mandatory meeting the cafeteria at 2:15 this afternoon.  This includes performers, set up/clean up crews and servers.  All participants must attend.
  • The Mount Hebron Black History Celebration is Friday evening, March 15, from 6 - 830 pm.  Please come and join us as we pay our respects to the many contributions made to our country by African Americans.  All are welcome. 
  • Tickets for the Wizard of Oz may be purchased during all lunch shifts in the cafeteria.  Cost is $10.  Show dates are March 22, 23, 24, and 28, 29, 30.
  • Southwest  Airlines is offering summer internships to students in grades 10 and 11.  You MUST be 16 years old by June 10 to qualify.  Please see Ms. Flynn in Student Services for more information.
  • The Mickey Mouse club is meeting tomorrow after school in room 201.  We will be watching "Tangled".
  • A representative from Yale University will be here on Monday, March 18, at 11 am to speak to any interested students.  If you would like to meet with this representative, please sign up through Naviance under college visits or see your counselor.
  • Here are some volunteer opportunities to earn service learning hours -
    • Friday, March 29 and Saturday, March 30 - St. John's Parish Day School is hosting a Candlyland Mini Gala.
    • Saturday, April 13 - Spring Egg Hunt at the Gary J Arthur Community Center
    • Saturday, April 13 - Discovery Fair, 2019 at the North Laurel Community Center.
    • Saturday, April 27 - Hero Hustle, a super hero training  1 mile run/walk.
    • See Ms. Flynn in student services for more information.

March 6, 2019

  • The South Asia club is having a pizza sale today after school in front lobby.  Slices are $2.00.
  • Mt. Hebron celebrates Black History on Friday, March 15 from 6:00 - 8:30 pm!  Come celebrate Black History with our school community.  Student Voices  - spoken word, skits and more!  Our students will share expressions of  African American excellence.  Food!  Nothing connects people like food!  Let's celebrate the diversity of the many cultures that make up the African Diaspora.
  • Get a head start on your spring cleaning by donating new or gently used books to the National English Honor Society book drive.  Look for collection boxes that will be located throughout the school, including the media center.  We will be accepting donations throughout the month of March.  All donations will benefit the Maryland food bank.

March 5, 2019

  • As part of Pi week next week, the Active Minds has invited speakers to give talks about mental health awareness during 3rd and 5th periods on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.  To participate, sign up by this Thursday, March 7 on Canvas or Naviance.  All attendees will be excused from class.  Information about each talk is on Canvas.
  • SGA would like to thank everyone who has signed up to participate in our annual blood drive tomorrow.  Passes will be distributed today during 3rd period.  If you have not submitted a parental consent form, you will NOT receive a pass.  As soon as the form is submitted to Mrs. Engelstetter in the media center, she can add you to the schedule.  See Mrs. Engelstetter in media with any questions or concerns.
  • AP registration is open in Naviance.  Read all directions on the school's homepage.  Registration runs through March 29. 
  • The Delta Scholars spirit wear has arrived.  Please stop by Ms. Harrington's room today.
  • Do you have a passion for writing?  Do you have an amazing short story or piece of poetry?  Have you written an inspiring personal or college essay?  Do you consider yourself an artist or photographer just waiting to be discovered?  Well, what are you waiting for?  Submit your work to Valkyrie, Mt. Hebron's annual literary magazine.  See your English or Art teacher or Ms. Goodwin in room 228 for submission details.  Entry deadline is Friday, April 26.

March 1, 2019

  • MSA will have a brief meeting today after school in room 149.  We will be discussing participation in Hebronfest.

February 28, 2019

  • Pit rehearsal today after school at 230.
  • Anyone who did not receive information about tryouts for tennis should please stop by room 235 to pick up an information sheet with times and locations.
  • JV baseball tryouts will be tomorrow, March 1, at 230 in the auxiliary gym.  Varsity tryouts will begin at 4 and go until 6 pm in the auxiliary gym.  Please listen for changes to the tryout schedule due to impending weather.  Any questions, please see Coach Duke in room 115.
  • Students - Come out Friday night to support your boys basketball team as they take on Long Reach in the 1st round of the playoffs.  Game time 7 pm.  Go Vikings!
  • The Mickey Mouse club will be meeting tomorrow after school in room 201.

February 26, 2019

  • Students, did you know that Friday, March 1, is the National Day of Unplugging.
    • At Mt. Hebron we are calling this PAY Day:  Put Away Your Device.
    • This is an opportunity for you to challenge yourselves to break away from technology and social media for one day.
    • Can you do it?
    • To participate sign up for your cell phone sleeping bag during lunch shifts on Thursday, or Friday morning in the front hall.

February 25, 2019

  • Students trying out for outdoor track and field, stop in room 104 to sign the interest roster.  All indoor track athletes MUST return your uniform before spring tryouts.  Please check the outside of Coach Carter's door for more details.
  • There is a mandatory JV Boys Lacrosse meeting after school on Tuesday, Feb. 27 in room 114.
  • There will be a badminton pizza sale after school on Tuesday, Feb. 27.  Play to come hungry.
  • Anyone interested in playing baseball is required to attend a meeting during Viking Time on Wednesday, Feb. 27 in room 115.
  • Attention Swim Club - we will be meeting this Wed., Feb. 27, after school in Portable 4.  We will discuss the April swim meet as well as some other important things.  Please plan to attend!
  • The Red Cross is meeting this Wednesday after school in room 201.  We will be finalizing our plans for assisting SGA with Mt. Hebron's blood drive.
  • Seniors - if you are thinking about attending Howard Community College in the fall and have not yet applied, please sign up to attend the HCC visit this Thursday, Feb. 28 at 830 am.  The admission counselor from HCC will walk you through the application process in the computer lab., room 226.  You can either sign up for this visit on Naviance or see your counselor for a pass.  Howard Community College is also seeking students who are interested in applying to their Honors Programs.  The deadline for these applications is March 1.  See your counselor for more information.
  • AP exam registration opens this Friday, March 1.  All information regarding how to register can be found on the school's homepage.  If students have questions, they should see Dr. Kiehl in room 109.

February 21, 2019

  • Today's Math Honor Society SAT challenge has been RE-SCHEDULED for next Thursday, Feb. 28, after school, in room 204.
  • If you are attending the BSAP field trip on Monday, Feb. 25, please drop off your permission slips to the front office.
  • The Black History Month workshop, Sampling Blackness originally scheduled for 6th period today is cancelled due to the shortened schedule.  It will be re-scheduled at a later date.
  • The Red Cross club will be meeting next Wednesday, Feb. 27 after school in room 201.  We will be finalizing our plans for assisting the SGA with Mt. Hebron's blood drive.
  • A reminder that there is an Outdoor Track and Field interest meeting today after school, in room 104.  If you can run fast, jump high and throw far, please come to the meeting.
  • Another reminder to come out the Bowie Ice Arena tomorrow evening, Friday, Feb. 22, to see our Ice Vikes take on Dulaney in the state finals at 7:50!

February 19. 2019

  • All students going on the New York City field trip in April, should please stop by the front office during your lunch time today.
  • Please come celebrate Taco Tuesday by eating at Chipotle on Rt. 40 this evening between 4 - 8.  Chipolte will donate 33% of sales to our boys basketball team!  Just mention the fundraiser to the cashier or show them the flyer which is available on our twitter page!
  • Due to the pending weather on Wednesday, the Mt. Hebron Black History Celebration is being re-scheduled.  It will be held in March with a date to be announced.  Therefore, there will NOT be a rehearsal today after school. 
  • There is BSU Step Team rehearsal after school today.
  • Red Cross Club will meet tomorrow, Wednesday, after school in room 201.

February 15, 2019

  • Mt. Hebron's Ice Hockey club has made it to states!  They will face Dulaney next Friday, Feb. 22 at 7:50 pm at the Bowie Ice Arena.  Come out and support our Ice Vikes!
  • Students:  If you can run fast, jump high, or throw far, please come to the outdoor track and field interest meeting next Thursday, Feb. 21, at 2:30 in room 104.
  • There will be a meeting for anyone interested in playing tennis this Tuesday, Feb. 19, after school in room 235.  Please be there by 2:25.

February 14, 2019

  • Attention swimmers!  The swim club will be meeting next Wednesday, February 20 after school in Portable 4.  We will be discussing the details of the swim meet as well as some other important things.  Please plan to be there, and be sure to spread the word!

February 13, 2019

  • Calling all DELTA SCHOLARS!  This Thursday, tomorrow, Feb. 14, is the "Know your Value" workshop.  The event will be held in the cafeteria at 2:30, right after dismissal.  Please be on time.  It will be fun-filled event with lots of Valentine treats.  Make sure you RSVP today.
  • Best Buddies will meet after school today in the cafeteria until 3:30.  Come join us for a Valentine's day craft and games celebration.
  • The Mickey Mouse club will be meeting this Friday afternoon at 2:10 in room 215.  Please join us for some Disney trivia!
  • Are you looking for a job?  Are you at least 16 years old?  If so, Howard County Parks and Recreation is looking for some sports tournament staff to work on weekends with opportunties starting in March.  Please see Ms. Flynn if you would like more information!
  • The Howard County Police Department will be hosting a free, one week overnight Youth Police Academy, July 7 - 12 at the Public Safety Training Center.  It is for students between the ages of 15 - 18 years old who are interested in a law enforcement career.  The Youth Police Academy replicates the actual Howard County Police Academy.  This experience is designed to help students explore career and leadership opportunties, life skills, and character education.  Students will participate in role playing, practical exercises and physical training.  For more information, contact your School Resource Officer or check out the Howard County Police Department website at www.hcpd.org under Youth Programs.

February 8, 2019

  • Please be sure to stop by the front office to pick up your pen and magnet for making Honor Roll.  Congratulations!

February 7, 2019

  • Mrs. Grimes, our BSAP liason is hosting a Black Lives Matter conversation, Blacks and Law Enforcement, in the cafeteria after school today, Thursday.  Join our own, Officer DiCerbo, and community outreach officers from the Howard County police department for an open discussion.  Snacks will be served.  Contact Ms. Grimes with any questions.
  • There is a Math National Honor Society meeting today, Thursday,  after school in the auditorium.

February 6, 2019

  • Ice Vikes continue their playoff action this afternoon at 3 pm at the Columbia Ice Rink!
  • Dance auditions will continue today after school at 3:30 pm.  Please dress accordingly and bring a completed audition form with you.  Any questions see Ms. Reyes.
  • Deadline is this Friday to win a $20 gift card to Qdoba.  Design the winning logo for After-Prom 2019 and get the gift card, plus 2 free tickets to After-Prom.  Find contest details on the Student Canvas page, the PTSA website, or posters in the hallway.
  • Boys basketball plays Howard this Friday night here at home.  Wear your GOLD!  Don't have a GOLD t-shirt?  Boosters are selling GOLD shirts during ALL lunches this Friday, $15.00.  Let's pack the gym, come and support your team and ROCK THE GOLD!    First 50 fans to come in get a free team program!

February 4, 2019

  • Key Club is having a Valentine's Candy Gram sale during all lunch shifts.  You can buy something for your best friend, your significant other or even for yourself!  80% of the profits will go to the Children's Miracle Network.  All goods will be delivered on Valentine's Day so don't miss out!
  • There will be a football meeting after school today, Monday, Feb. 4, at 2:10 in the cafeteria.  All returning football players should attend this meeting.  All returning football players should attend this meeting.
  • A reminder that Dance Placement Auditions are TODAY, Monday, Feb. 4, after school in the dance studio.  Please see Ms. Reyes for an audition packet.
  • The Red Cross club is meeting this Wednesday, Feb. 6, in room 201 at 2.10.
  • This Disney club is meeting this Friday, Feb. 8, in room 201 at 2:10 for some trivia!
  • Indoor track athletes, please turn in your uniform to Ms. Carter to avoid a student obligation of $145.00.

February 1, 2019

  • The next session of Greg's driving school classes will be held in room 143 at 2:45.
  • Indoor track athletes need to turn in your uniforms to Coach Carter to avoid a student obligation of $145.00.
  • The Ice Vikes have made it to the playoffs.  They will face Atholton on Monday Feb. 4 at 4:50 pm at the Gardens Ice House in Laurel.

January 31, 2019

  • The Disney/Mickey Mouse club will be meeting in room 201 Friday, Feb. 1 at 2:15.  We will be playing a Disney game.
  • Want to relax after midterms?  Is the cold weather and the disrupted school schedule getting you down?  Have some fun and compete in the Super Smash Brothers tournament after school this Friday, Feb. 1!  Try your skills against some tough competition, or just relax with your friends.  It will be in room 003, admission is $5, and refreshments will be available.  Proceeds benefit National Technology Honor Society.  See you there.
  • Do you need Service Learning Hours?  Do you like the Visual or Performing Arts?  Well, then you might be interested in being a Camp Assistant or Volunteer at the Howard County Arts Council's Visual and Performing Arts Summer Camp.  Please see Ms. Flynn in Student Services if you are interested  . . . the deadline for the application is March 30.

January 29, 2019

  • Dance PLacement Auditions are Monday, February 4, after school in the dance studio!  Students should bring a completed audition form and dress in appropriate dance attire.  Dance Audition packets are available in the dance studio and outside the studio on the Dance Bulletin board.  Please see Ms. Reyes in the dance studio for information.
  • Seniors!  Thursday, January 31 is the LASY DAY to submit your outside portrait.  Go to the yearbook page on the school website mhhs.hcpss.org/yearbook for instructions.  If you took your picture with Lifetouch, make your proof selection by Thursday, January 31.  Confused?  Any questions, see Ms. Fischetti in room 232.

January 25, 2019

  • Attn.:  Spring New York Choir and Theatre students -  A gentle reminder to turn in your next payment as soon as possible.
  • Attn.:  Wizard of Oz cast - you are reminded to sign up for tomorrow's (Saturday) tech day.  See Mr. Barker during break to sign up today.  Everyone must sign up for one 2 hour shift.

January 24, 2019

  • Students - Please make sure to buy your yearbook before the prices go up to $85.  Today is your last day. Visit jostensyearbooks.com to order your 2018/2019 yearbook.
  • Seniors, make sure to send in your senior portraits by next Thursday, January 31.
    • If you took your portrait with Lifetouch/Prestige -
      • Go onto phototracker and select the proof you wish to have in the yearbook.
      • If you are having issues with phototracker, please see Ms. Fischetti in room 232 to select it.
    • If you took your portrait with an outside photograher -
      • Please email your portrait to yearbook.mounthebron@gmail.com.
      • Please make the subject your first and last names.
      • We will confirm that we received your portrait.
      • If you do not receive a confirmation email, we did not receive it OR you did not submit it to the correct email.
      • See Ms. Fischetti in room 232 with any questions.
  • Top Honors!  Congratulation to the Advance Theatre arts classes for scoring a superior rating at the Howard County One-Act Theatre Festival with the original production "ABCD".  This was the highest honor that could be earned at the event.  Special kudos to Jennie Hardman as lead writer and Nick Brogan as project director.
  • We are off to see the Wizard!  Dates for the Wizard of OZ are March 22-30.  All performances are at 7 pm except for the newly added matinee at 2 pm on March 24.  Tickets will go on sale February 1.  Tickets will be $10.  Over 80 Vikings are involved in this production celebrating 80 years as an American Classic.  Come support your Hebron theatre.
  • There are still a few spaces left for the new course offering:  Musical Theatre (DT-520)  This advanced performing arts course is open to all juniors and seniors in theatre, choir, instrumental music and dance.  The course offers a project-based performance approach to the history, theory, and performance of the Great American Art form, the Broadway musical.  From Vaudeville to Hamilton we will cover it all!  Interested students should see their counselors or Mr. Barker for more information.
  • St. John's Lane elementary will be holding our annual Jaguar Jamboree on next Thursday, January 31 from 6:30 - 8:00 pm at the school.  We would love to have some high school volunteers to help with playing "Minute to Win It", playing games in the gym and helping kids with crafts.  See Ms. Flynn if you are interested!

January 23, 2019

  • Indoor track athletes are reminded to bring your uniform to school tomorrow, Thursday, for team pictures.
  • Attn.: 10th graders -  The Elijah Cummings Youth Progam in Israel application is now available until March 15.  This is an excellent opportunity for students who are interested in leadership and community service.  Please see Ms. Flynn in Student Services for more information.

January 22, 2019

  • Attn.:  All sophomores and juniors -  Applications are now being accepted for Student Member of the Howard County Board of Education.  Please stop by Student Services to pick up an application packet.  Applications must be turned in by Thursday, February 7.
  • The last regular game of the Ice Vikes' hockey season will be this Friday afternoon at 320 at the Gardens Ice House.  Playoffs start the week of February 4.
  • The PTSA is still on the hunt for a student-designed logo for After Prom 2019.  The contest is going on now through Feb. 8.  The artist who produces the winning design will receive two (2) free tickets to After Prom (if a junior or senior), plus a $20 gift card to Qdoba.  Details about the After-Prom logo design contest are on the PTSA website, on fliers at the end of the school's main hallway, and available in the front office.
  • If you registered for Independent Research or Intern/Mentor, don't forget to submit your application to Dr. Kiehl by Thursday, January 31.  Application information if available on the school's homepage.

January 18, 2019

  • NO AFTER SCHOOL BUS FOR TUESDAY, JANUARY 22.
  • The Math Honor Society Induction has been re-scheduled for Monday, January 28 at 6 pm.  Please arrive by 5:45 pm.

January 16, 2019

  • Attention all current 9 - 11th grade students:  Course registration ends this Friday, January 18th!  It is important that you register for seven courses and three alternates through Synergy.  We will have computers available at ALL lunches this week.  Counselors and other staff will be available to help you.  Go ahead and make your course requests - your counselor will meet with you in early February to confirm and make adjustments if necessary.  Please take care of this today!
  • Did you miss the Gifted and Talented Independent Research and Intern/Mentor program information night?  If so, the presentation is available online at Dr. Kiehl's website.  Applications for both classes are available in the media center and through the school's website!

January 15, 2019

  • Come to the Gifted and Talented Independent Research and Intern/Mentor program information night with Dr. Kiehl on this evening at 7 pm in the media center.
  • Students interested in Dance Placement Auditions should attend an information, questions and answer session during Viking Time tomorrow, Wednesday, in room dance studio.
  • The sophomore class is hosting a fundraiser this Wednesday evening at Go Primo Italian restaurant on Marriottsville Rd.  Come eat pizza and support the class of 2021.
  • The Ice Vikes will be taking on Atholton at 3:20 Thursday afternoon at the Garden's Ice House in Laurel.
  • The Mickey Mouse/Disney club will meet this Friday in room 201 at 2:10 to finish up the movie we started last week.
  • Want to win a $20 gift card to Qdoba?  Design the winning logo for After Prom 2019 and get the gift card PLUS 2 free tickets to After Prom if you are a junior or senior.  Find contest details on Student Canvas and on the PTSA website, or pick up a flier in the front office or on the posters at either end of Hebron's main hallway.
  • Chamber Choir is holding auditions today after school in the choir room.

January 10, 2019

  • Mt. Hebron's BSU Lip Sync battle scheduled for Friday, January 11 has been CANCELLED.
  • All students going on the Theatre/Choir trip to New York City in April are asked to see Mr. Barker or Mr. Hettenbach ASAP.
  • Calling all Sophomore and Junior actors, singers, dancers and musicians.  Did you know there is a new course for all of you aspiring Broadway stars?  Musical theatre will be offered in the next school year.  Learn all about this American art form and how to be a triple threat in it.  Do what you love and get a grade for it.  See Mr. Barker for more information.

January 9, 2019

  • Seniors!  It's officially 2019 - Graduation Year!!!  Have you ordered your cap & gown?  Caps and gowns need to be ordered by Monday, January 14.  Any questions, see Mrs. Gutierrez in room 109.
  • Students interested in Independent Research or Inter/Mentor are invited to attend the GT Informtion Night next Tuesday, January 15 at 7 pm in the auditorium.  Come learn about the courses from Dr. Kiehl, current students, and alumni.

January 8, 2019

  • Have you ever thought about careers in the following:
    • Teacher, mental health specialist, social worker, personal care/service worker, health & human services, speech language pathologist, human resource specialist, day care director, physical therapist, social services associates,
    • Come to room 104 during Viking time tomorrow to get more details on these professions with Ms. Carter.
  • All sophomores and juniors in performing arts classes, come to an informational meeting tomorrow during Viking time in Mr. Barker's room 136 to find out more information about a new  Musical Theatre class being offered next year.  Singers, dancers, actors, and musicians are all welcome to come to fund out about this exciting opportunity!
  • The National Social Studies Honors Society (Rho Kappa) will meeting Wednesday after school in the media cemter, please plan on attending.
  • Interest in planning and competing in Mt. Hebron's Brain Bee?  Attend the Neuroscience Club's interest meeting Wednesday after school in Dr. Kiehl's room 109.

January 7, 2019

  • The 25th annual Howard County Dance Festival is this Saturday, January 12, at 2 pm at Wilde Lake High School in the Jim Rouse theatre.  The showcase features dance companies from each high school in Howard County including the Mt. Hebron Jr. Company and Dance Company.  Tickets are $8.00 and may be purchase from Ms. Reyes in the dance studio.
  • Not sure which electives to take?  Interested in AP courses?  Curious about the GT program?  Want to learn more about the ARL Academies?  Discover all of this and MORE at the Mt. Hebron Elective Fair this Thursday evening from 6:30 - 8 pm.  Drop in anytime between 6:30 and 8 pm. 
    • Also, new this year at 6 pm in the auditorium for a special AP 101 presentation to learn about AP expectations and offerings.
  • All of those interested in playing JV Boy's lacrosse this spring, there will be a meeting right after school this Wednesday, in room 114, Coach Tittsworth's room.

January 3, 2019

  • The Disney club invites you to join us Friday, Jan. 4 for a movie after school in room 201 at 2:15.  There will be popcorn.  Rumor has it that the movie will be "Pirates of the Caribbean".
  • The Mt. Hebron ice hockey club invites you to the Garden's Ice House this Friday evening at 730 as we take on the WHOLC Wolves.  This is our senior game, so come on out to support our Ice Vikes as we recognize our seniors.
  • The Los Viking Club will meet next Wednesday, Jan. 9 during Viking time in room 209
  • The MSA will have a meeting today, Thursday, and then next Tuesday, January 8 for all members and non members interested in going to MIST (the Muslim Interscholastic Tournament).  Please meet in room 149 right after school.

December 18, 2018

  • Attention Technical Vikings - Would you rather build Oz and the Emerald City than be skipping down the Yellow Brick Road?  A brief meeting for all interested student technicians will be this Thursday, Dec. 20, immediately after school in the auditorium.
  • Alpha Achievers schedule change - The sandwich making activity for this afternoon (Tuesday) has been CANCELLED.  However, we will still be mentoring at Patapsco after school if you can volunteer.  Please contact Josh or Mrs. Grimes immediately if you can help.
  • There will be a pizza and cookie sale after school on Wednesday, Dec. 19.  Pizza is $2.00 a slice, and cookies are 2/$1.00.  Help support the sophomore class.

December 17, 2018

  • The Red Cross club is having a snack sale today immediately after school.
  • Attn.:  German club  Our gingerbread competition will now take place in Port. 4 on Wednesday, Dec. 19 immediately after school.  Feel free to bring leftover Halloween candy or any other candy to add to the houses.  See you then.
  • Your Ice Vikes will face Reservoir this Thursday, Dec. 20 at the Columbia Ice Rink at 3 pm

December 14, 2018

  • The Art club holiday party is today after school.  Refreshments will be served while we socialize and plan upcoming events for the new year.
  • Tryouts for the Wizard of Oz will be held on Monday, Dec. 17 at 6 pm in the auditorium.  If you are thinking about trying out, please pick up an information packet from Mr. Sankey, Mr. Barker or Mr. Hettenbach.
  • The window to apply for membership to Alpha Achievers is now open.  The deadline to apply is Wednesday, Dec. 19.  You can get an application in Student Services next to Mrs. Grimes' door.  See or email Mrs. Grimes with any questions.
  • Current, Alpha Achievers members, remember we are making 100 lunch bags for Grassroots next Tuesday, Dec. 18 after school in Coach Carter's room.  This is our last meeting of the year, don't miss it.

December 12, 2018

  • If you missed the Alpha Achievers interest meeting today during Viking Time, the deadline to apply for membership is next Wednesday, Dec. 19.  You can get an application in Student Services next to Mrs. Grimes' door.  See or mail Mrs. Grimes with questions.
  • Just a reminder that the After School Activities bus is making an extra run today, Wednesday, Dec. 12.  However, the media center will be closed after school today.
  • The National Social Studies Honor Society will be meeting after school today in the media center.
  • The Hebron Lancers are hosting a pizza and bake sale this Thursday in the front lobby after school.  Please bring your appetite.  Thanks for your support.

December 10, 2018

  • The class of 2022 will be holding a pizza sale after school tomorrow.  Be sure to stop by and buy a slice!
  • This is a reminder that the After School Activity Bus program will offer an extra day this week.  The bus will make a run on Wednesday, Dec. 12.  Be sure to be with an adult and be out at the bus by 4.
  • The Mt. Hebron Ice Vikes will be taking on Marriott's Ridge at 3 today at the Columbia ice rink.  Then on Friday, they will face Glenelg at 7:45  pm at the Ice House in Laurel.  Bring any canned goods or monetary donations because Mr. Tittsworth's 3rd period Leadership class will be there to collect items for the canned food drive.
  • The Red Cross club will meet this Wednesday after school in room 201 at 2:15.  We will be making plans for next week's bake sale and playing a trivia game.
  • The Mickey Mouse club will have its 1st meeting on Friday at 2:15 in room 201.  We will be setting up the format of our club and getting to know one another with a game of Disney trivia!

December 7, 2018

  • Mt. Hebron is happy to announce that our spring musical is The Wizard of Oz!  Tryouts for the show will be on Monday, December 17, and Tuesday, December 18.  If you are going to try out or thinking about trying out, please pick up an information sheet from Mr. Hettenbach in the choir room, Mr. Barker in the Theatre Arts room, or Mr. Sankey in room 207.
  • There will be a Tri-M Music Honor Society meeting after school on Monday, Dec. 10.  All new and returning members should attend.

December 6, 2018

  • Any student looking to pick up some driving hours before winter break, with Gregg's Driving School, should see Coach Zacharias in room 143.

December 5, 2018

  • FBLA members - please make sure you pick a test date by this Friday!  Spots are running out in some of the later testing dates.  Thank you!
  • Attn.:  Students  The reviews are in and Hebron's The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe is a success! In celebration of the outstanding acting, puppetry, and technical magic, we are challenging the classes to show their culture and class with a night at the theatre. 
    • The theatre program wants to see each class show up and show out, maybe even dressed to impress.  So, who is the most cultured class?  Will the seniors reign or will the juniors steal the glory?  Do the sophomores have what it takes to grab the title or will the freshmen outnumber them all?
    • The class that gets the most students from their class to show up at Thursday night's performance will get a minimum of $100.00 donated to their prom/grad party fund.  Tickets for Thursday night's performance will be discounted 50% to $5.00 for all Hebron students.  Tickets can be purchased during lunches or from Mr. Barker or Mr. Sankey.
    • A minimum of 20 students from each class must participate to be eligible to win the donation.
    • In addition, to help our canned food drive, the class that shows up and brings the most canned goods for the food drive to the Thursday night performance can win an additional $50.00 for their prom/grad party fund.
    • So, Vikings!  Prove your class has what it takes and show up to support the Arts at Mt. Hebron!

December 4, 2018

  • Alpha Achievers will be meeting TODAY after school in room 143.  This is an important meeting, don't miss it.
  • BSU Step Team rehearsals are Tuesday and Thursday afternoons from 2:30 - 3:15 in the lower level hallways.  Please arrive on time with a good attitude and prepared to work.  Also, if you are interested in joining the team, feel free to check us out.  All are welcome!
  • Los Vikingos will be meeting TODAY at 2:15  in Ms. Gutierrez's room 209.
  • South Asian club is having their pizza sale TODAY after school in the front lobby.

December 3, 2018

  • Do you love reading, doing creative writing, or any other activity connected to the English Language Arts?  If you are an 11th or 12th grader with a passion for English, consider applying for the National English Honor Society.  Applicants must have completed two full years of high school, have an overall GPA of 3.5 and a 3.5 or higher in English classes to be considered for induction.  Details and application paperwork can be found on the Honor Societies button on the Canvas page.  Materials are due to Mrs. Shannon DAvis in room 234 by December 18.

November 30, 2018

  • The Junior World Affairs club will meet next Friday, December 7 after school in room 128.

November 29, 2018

  • The Student Choreographers' Showcase is tonight at 530 and 7 pm in the dance studio.  This informal performance features pieces created by the Dance Company and Junior Company based on paintings created by our visual art students.  Admission is free, but REQUIRES a ticket due to limited space.  Please see Ms. Reyes in the dance studio for a ticket.
  • The African Affairs club meeting is tomorrow, Friday, after school.  Bring cardboard boxes to the meeting for the collection of school supplies, beginning next week.

November 28, 2018

  • Interested in joining Viking Service Club?  Please sign up through Canvas and complete the link provided through the Canvas announcement.  We look forward to starting some outreach projects in the 2nd quarter.  Don't miss out!

November 27, 2018

  • This is a reminder that Student Delegate applications are due to Dr. Miller by this Friday, November 30.  All are welcome to apply.  Stop by the front office for an application.
  • There will be a Tri-M Music Honor Society meeting during Viking Time tomorrow, Wednesday, Nove,ber 28. Returning members should attend.
  • The Table Soccer club is having its first meeting after school this Friday, November 30, in room 228.  All are welcome and no experience is necessary.

November 26, 2018

  • Driver's Ed with Gregg's driving school will be meeting in room 143 at 245 today.
  • Congratulations to everyone who made Honor Roll for 1st quarter.  If you made Principal's Honor Roll (straight A's) and would like a magnet, please stop by the front office.
  • Attn:  all students interested in the swim club!  Please plan to attend our first meeting of the year next Wednesday, Dec. 5, directly after school in portable 4, Mrs. Maerten's room.  We hope to see you there.

November 19, 2018

  • The BSU Step Team will be rehearsing in the lower level hallway from 2:30 - 3:15 next Tuesday, November 27, and Thursday, November 29.  Please arrive on time with a good attitude and prepared to work.
  • Once a King or Queen of Narnia, Always a King or Queen of Narnia!
    • Tickets for Mt. Hebron's Theatre's production of The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe will go on sale during lunches starting next Monday, November 26.
    • Opening night is November 30 and the show runs the 1st two weekends in December.
    • Come watch the armies of Aslan the Lion (played by Max Nzone, Jennie Hardman, and Nick Pascarelle) battle the forces of the White Witch (played by Nina St. Hillaire) with the help of the Prevensies (played by Joe Nolan, Sam Yakaitis, and Connor Harman).  Over 50 students are involved in this production with original music by Jacob Krell.  Tickets for this amazing production are $10.00.
    • Come out and support your fellow Viking thespian classmates.  See you at the theatre.

November 13, 2018

  • Attention:  All boys planning on trying out for JV and Varsity basketball, you MUST have completed  and turned in paperwork by tryouts on Thursday.  It is YOUR responsibility to fill out the required paperwork online or bring the forms to Coach Macheel in room 110.  Even if you filled it out online, you will need to come by at some point over these three days to confirm that you are cleared.  Coach Macheel will be in his room today and Thursday after school between 2:30 and 3:30 specifically for paperwork collection and confirmation.  See him with questions in room 110.
  • The Future Medical professionals will be meeting after school in room 215 tomorrow, Wednesday.
  • Underclassmen portrait make up day is December 13.  Students who were absent for underclassmen portrait day or bought a package and wish to re-take their photos can do down during their English class time to get their portraits taken.  Please email Ms. Fishchetti with any questions.
  • The FINAL school date for Senior Portraits is January 8.  If you are unable to do this date, please call Lifetouch at 410 644-7700 to schedule an appointment at their Baltimore studio.  Please note that studio appointments have a $10 sitting fee.  The dealline for formal drape/tux senior portraits is January 31.  If you took your portrait for Lifetouch, please select your yearbook choice by January 31 online, this will be how you submit it.  If you are submitting a portrait from an outside photographer, please visit the yearbook page on the school website under "student life".  Please email Ms. Fishchetti with any questions.
  • There is a rehearsal today after school at 2:15 in the auditorium for all Fine Arts PRISM performers.  Also, for those approved by their teachers, the cast of GLOW, including Jr. Company will be meeting during 6th period today.
  • How is your knowledge about France and all things Francophone?  Come to room 128 tomorrow, Wednesday, Nov. 14, during Viking Time to test that out!  We will be playing a trivia game hosted by member of the French Honors Society.  There will be prizes for the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners.  We hope to see you there!
  • Do you know how to fluently speak/write/listen/read another language other than English . . . .
    • Then come see Mrs. Crise (room 128) and/or Ms. Tonguino (room 129), to get an information packet on being a possible candidate for the Seal of Biliteracy program along with the application and testing centers.
    • THE DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION IS DECEMBER 1, 2018.

November 12, 2018

  • The Los Vikingos club will meet this Thursday, November 15 at 2:15 in room 209.  All new members are welcome.
  • The class of 2021 will be sponsoring a pizza and candy sale this Friday, after school, in the front hallway.

Pizza $2 a slice, Candy $1.

November 9, 2018

  • Attn:  Students interested in trying out for a winter sport:  Boys and Girls basketball, wrestling, winter cheer, track, and allied bowling.  There is a mandatory candidate and parent meeting at 6:30 pm in the auditorium this Monday night, November 12.  After the general meeting, each team will break out to discuss information regarding their specific sport.

November 8, 2018

  • The PRISM Fine Arts Gala is next Wednesday, November 14 in the auditorium.  The event begins at 6:30 pm with a gallery walk showcasing artistic talents of our visual arts students.  The performing arts concert begins at 7 pm and features collaborative work from the music, dance, television and theatre programs.  Admission is free.  We look forward to seeing you there!

November 5, 2018

  • This is a reminder to those students taking the SAT prep course with Mr. Murach and Ms. Milam.  Due to the day off tomorrow, we will be meeting today after school at 2:40 in room 204.
  • Students in need of service learning hours, the Melville Church and Elkridge Food Pantry have two (2) opportunities for you to earn service learning hours with their FREE Community Thanksgiving Dinner.  Please see Ms. Flynn in Student Services for more information.
  • College Visits this week:
  • University of New Haven and Howard Community College will be here on Thursday, Nov. 8.  Sign up through your Naviance account.  See your counselor if you have any questions.

November 2, 2018

  • All Math team members, please check Canvas for the list of qualifiers for the Nov. 14 Math team meet.  Please RSVP ASAP to Mrs. Kingsley on Canvas and let her know if you can make the next meet.  Thank you.
  • We are still accepting submissions for the PTA reflections contest.  If you have a piece of visual art, literature, photography, music, dance, or film, please submit it.  Forms are on the performing arts bulletin board.  See Mr. Barker if you have any questions.    Submissions will now be taken through Monday, Nov. 5.

October 31, 2018

  • There will be a mandatory girls basketball meeting this Friday, Nov. 2 in room 146.  All interested players should plan to attend.
  • The Mt. Hebron Lancers are holding winter season auditions next Thursday, Nov. 8 from 3 - 5 pm, Friday, Nov. 9 from 3 - 5 pm, and Saturday, Nov. 10 at 11 am.  Visit the MTH Lancer Instagram page or contact Audrey Hill for more information.

October 30, 2018

  • Are you interested in joining the BSU Step Team?  If so, please come to our meeting next Thursday, Nov. 8 at 2:15 in room 149.  Tickets for the after school bus will be provided for those who stay for the meeting.  All interested are encouraged to attend.  Let's step in unity!
  • For those individuals trying out for indoor track team, November 12 will be the last day to turn in all paperwork.  Runners, throwers and jumpers, please see Coach Carter in room 104 for more details on the following:
    • Eligibility requirements
    • Concussion testing
    • Physical exam
    • Birth Certificate (1st time trying out for a sport)
    • Utility bill
    • Parent permission for (with health insurance)
  • The Stevenson University college visit has been RE-SCHEDULED for Monday, Nov. 5 at 9 am.
  • The African Affairs club is meeting today after school in room 152.

October 29, 2018

  • The Class of 2022 board will be meeting this Wednesday, Oct. 31, during Viking Time.

October 26, 2018

  • Attention all freshmen interested in trying out for JV boys basketball, there is a meeting today after school in Coach Macheel's room 110.  
  • Photography club is meeting today in room 122 immediately after school.

October 25, 2018

  • Congratulations to the Mt. Hebron Dance Co. and Jr. Co. who were accepted, by audition, to perform in Walt Disney World this spring!
  • FBLA , the due date to register for regionals is Friday, October 26.  If you still haven't paid dues, you need to do so by the end of the school day if you want to be able to participate in regionals. Also, there is no general meeting this afternoon, but we will be completing our final preparations for Fallstival today.  Remember, Fallstival is tomorrow, at 6 pm at Hollified Station Elementary.
  • There is a MANDATORY wrestling meeting next Wednesday, Oct. 31 after school in Coach Harman's room, 156.  All current and interested wrestlers should attend.
  • College visits for the week of October 29
    • Monday, 10/29
      • Towson University, 9 am
      • The Catholic University of America, 10 am
      • University of South Carolina, 1 pm
    • Tuesday, 10/30
      • Pennsylvania State University, 1:15 pm
    • Wednesday, 10/31
      • US Marine Corps, 10 am
      • St. Bonaventure University, 1 pm
    • Thursday, Nov. 1
      • University of San Diego, 9 am
      • American University, 10 am
      • Pace University, New York City, 1 pm
    • Please sign up for these college visits through Naviance.
    • Free free to see your counselor if you have questions or need more information.

October 23, 2018

  • The MSA is having a meeting today after school in room 149.  We hope to see you there!
  • Los Vikingos is meeting during Viking Time tomorrow, Wednesday, Oct. 24, in room 209.  New members are always welcome!

October 22, 2018

  • Attention all boys interested in trying out for JV and Varsity basketball this season.  There will be a mandatory meeting during Viking Time this Wednesday, October 24, Coach Ettinger's room 103.  We will be reviewing try out and general expectations, as well as discussing our remaining pre-season conditional opportunities.  Please be prompt.
  • Do you like global politics?  Do you enjoy public speaking?  Do you want to compete and win awards at the international level?  Join Model United Nations, there is a meeting on Wednesday, October 24 immediately after school in room 119 and a competition being held at here at Hebron this Saturday, October 27.
  • College visits for this week at Mt. Hebron
    • Monday, 10/22
      • Stevenson University, 9 am
      • U of Connecticutt, 10 am
    • Tuesday, 10/23
      • James Madison University, 1 pm
    • Wednesday, 10/24
      • U of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 9 am
      • McDaniel College, 10 am
      • Roanoke, 1 pm
    • Thursday, 10/25
      • Duquesne University, 9 am
      • Dickinson College, 10 am
      • Muhlenberg College, 1 pm
    • Friday, 10/26
      • Villanova University, 9 am
      • Binghamton University, 1 pm
    • Sign up through your Naviance account.
    • See your counselor if you have any questions.
  • Pre-order your 2018-2019 Yearbook!  On sale now for $75.00.  Hurry, the sale only lasts until this Friday, October 26.  Price will increase to $80 after the 26th.  Buy online at jostensyearbooks.com or come to Ms. Fishetti's room 232 with any questions.

October 18, 2018

  • Active Minds will be holding their first meeting in student services on Monday, Oct. 22 after school.  If you are interested in helping to break the stigma around mental illness please join us.  There will be therapeutic arts and crafts!

October 17, 2018

  • There is a Red Cross meeting today after school in Ms. Vealey's room 201.  We will be receiving a presentation from our Regional Coordinators, brainstorming new project ideas, and starting member registration on Volunteer Connections.  We hope to see everyone there!
  • Students who received "Family File" information today are reminded to return completed forms to the front office on Thursday, Monday, October 22, at the latest.
  • Mt. Hebron's Ice Hockey club will host Howard on Thursday, October 18, at the Columbia ice rink at 3 pm.
  • The girls Volleyball program is hosting a brain cancer awareness game this Thursday, Oct. 18 against Wilde Lake.  Come out and support!
  • Juniors - if you are interested in the NSA work-study program for your senior year, applications are due by October 31.  Positions include clerical, technical, and computer science opportunities.  You can couple the computer science position with Intern/Mentor and receive credit in addition to the paid internship.  See your counselor or Dr. Kiehl in room 109 for application information.
  • Seniors - Bal-Four will be here next Tuesday and Wednesday, October 23 and 24, during all lunches to help with Cap and Gown orders.  In the event that you can't make it, please go to balfour.com to order the caps and gowns and anything else graduation-related.

October 15, 2018

  • 9th, 10th, and 11th grade students, during Viking Time this Wednesday, you will be staying  in your 2nd period class to have a study hall.  Some students will be given a pass during this time to come to either the media center or cafeteria to complete the family file.  You will not be able to leave your 2nd period class unless a pass is given to you.
  • All seniors will report to the auditorium during Viking Time for a mandatory senior meeting.
  • The interest meeting for Boys JV and Varsity Basketball originally scheduled for Viking Time this Wednesday is cancelled.  Listen for announcements about the re-scheduled time.

October 11, 2018

  • Please join us for the 1st meeting of the Junior World Affairs Club!  This club is for those of you interested in connecting with events going on in our world in order to make a difference.  Service hours will be provided.  We will meet in room 128 after school this Friday, October 12.  We hope to see you there!
  • The following colleges will be visiting Mt. Hebron next week:
    • Monday, October 15
      • Michigan State University, 9 am
      • Frostburg State University, 1 pm
    • Tuesday, October 16
      • University of Richmond, 9 am
      • Lafayette College, 10 am
      • High Point University, 1 pm
    • Wednesday, October 17
      • George Washington University, 10 am
      • Rider University, 1:30 PM
    • Thursday, October 18
      • HCC - Honors College, 9 am
      • Lincoln Technical Institute, 10 am
    • Sign up for these college visits through your Naviance account.
    • See your counselor if you need help or more information.

October 10, 2018

  • Attention all boys interested in trying out for JV and Varsity basketball this season.  There will be a mandatory meeting during Viking Time on Wednesday, Oct. 17 in Coach Ettinger's room 103. Be prompt and arrive at or before 9:05.  We will be reviewing try out and general expectations, as well as discussing our remaining pre-season conditioning opportunties.

October 9, 2018

  • Spirit wear will be sold during all lunch shifts tomorrow, Wednesday, and Thursday.
  • The Los Vikings club will meet today in room 209, Ms. Gutierrez's room.
  • FBLA is meeting today right after school in room 003.

October 8, 2018

  • There will be a marching unit practice tonight.  All students will need to move their cars from the student lot before 5 pm and then the lot will be closed to through traffic.
  • There will be a Tri-M music honor society meeting next Monday, October 15, right after school in the band room for all returning and interested members.
  • Key club is meeting today in room 126 right after school today.  Anyone who is interested in joining the club or current members should come.
  • Tomorrow, Tuesday, October 9, is our flu clinic.  It will begin at 7:30.  Please listen for the all call when you should come to the auditorium to receive your flu vaccine.
  • Best buddies will hold its 1st chapter meeting after school this Wednesday, October 10 in the cafeteria.  Be sure to register online at bestbuddiesonline.org.
  • Howard County Volunteers is looking for students to assist with their 50+ expo on Thursday, October 18, and Friday, October 19.  Please see Ms. Flynn for more information.

October 3, 2018

  • Today, during break, and tomorrow, during lunches, is your last chance to vote for homecoming court.
  • The Millionaire's club will be meeting Thursday after school in room 145.
  • The following college will be visiting Mt. Hebron next Tuesday, October 9. 
    • University of Dayton

October 2, 2018

  • Are you interested in learning and exploring the medical  field? Come to the Future Medical Professionals' meeting tomorrow morning right after dismissal at 11:15 in room 215 if you are interested.  All are welcome.
  • Students - please be aware that no food deliveries from companies such as Door Dash, Grub Hub, etc. are permitted during the school day.  All items delivered will be confiscated.

October 1, 2018

  • Applications for the Mt. Hebron National Science Honor Society are now available!!  Find the link to the application either on the announcement page of the MHHS student community section of Canvas or look for the flyers in your science classes!  All the directions for the applications are on the link, and the applications should be typed up and turned in by Wednesday, Oct. 31 to either Mr. Blocklin or Ms. Mongano.
  • If you are a current junior or senior and have a passion for Social Studies, consider applying for Rho Kappa, the Social Studies National Honors Society.  You can pick up an application from room 113, or on the Canvas page.  Applications are due by Oct. 5.

September 28, 2018

  • Any freshman interested in the SGA freshman representative position needs to turn their application into Mrs. Engelstatter in the Media Center as soon as possible.
  • FBLA members are reminded that officer elections will occur, after school, at next Tuesday's, October 2,  meeting!  All members running for office, or voting, must have their dues paid prior to that meeting.  Due can be paid through OSP, or by cash/check.  See you at Tuesday's meeting.

September 27, 2018

  • There will be marching unit practice this evening at 5 pm.  All students will need to move their cars before hand.  Parking lot will be closed to thru traffic.
  • Would you like to be part of our School Flag crew?  Students interested in learning how to properly fold both the American and Maryland state flag as well as being part of our team who raises them up the flagpole and takes them down each day, should stop by the front office and give them your name.  We'll contact everyone who's interested in the next few weeks.
  • There will be a South Asia club meeting tomorrow, Friday, after school in room 222.
  • Yearbooks are here!  Students who already purchased yearbooks will have them delivered in their 5th and 6th period classes today and tomorrow, Thursday and Friday.  Early release students will have them delivered earlier in the day.  For those that have not purchased a 2018 years can do so today, Thursday, Sept. 27, and October 1, 3, 9 and 11 for $85.00.  Students can also purchase yearbooks before 7 am or after school at 2:40 pm in room 232.  Yearbooks are limited - only 18 remain!  Don't miss your chance  to hold onto your Viking memories from the 2017-2018 school year.

September 26, 2018

  • Did you miss the girls lacrosse meeting this morning?  That's OK, stop by room 145 to see Ms. Brookhart.
  • Hey Class of 2020!  Do you want to win the homecoming float this year?  Well, you can help!  Bring any supplies to help build the float to room 239!    Supplies include paint, streamers, glue, coffee filters, or newspaper!  Contact Audrey or Garrett Hill with any questions.
  • Senior College Night is this Thursday, Sept. 27 in the Media Center at 630 pm  Please encourage your parent/guardian to attend.
  • Try to remember this this September is the first Hebron Theatre studio production of . . .The Fantasticks, the longest running musical in history.  Join the Hebron Thespians as they present this classic musical about when a boy meets a girl and the day after they fall in love.  Featuring Joe Nolan, Leah Reineck, Jake Scarbath, Ian Luk, Max Nzone, Ryan McClure, Kevin Aguilera, and Kaegan Stottlemeyer and directed by Jennie Hardman and choreographed by San Yakaitis.
    • The Fantasticks has a limited run with only 2 showings on Friday, Sept. 28 at 7 pm and Sunday, Sept. 30 at 2 pm.  Seating is limited, tickets are $10.00 and can be purchased online, at the door, or at all lunches starting today, Wednesday, Sept. 26.  Come on out and support the tradition of the Hebron stage.  See the Fantasticks before it's gone.
  • The Black Student Union will be having a pizza sale today after school in the lobby.  Also, we will be having a meeting in the cafeteria right after the pizza sale.  

September 25, 2018

  • All students interested in joining Los Vikings club, please meet today in Ms. Singleton's room 126, right after school.
  • A mandatory Alpha Achievers meeting will be held today after school in the media center.
  • Girls lacrosse interest meeting will be on Wednesday morning, September 26, at 6:45 in room 145, Ms. Brookhart's room.  If you are unable to attend please let her know.
  • Yearbooks are here!  Students who already purchased yearbooks will have them delivered to their in their 5th and 6th period classes this week.  Early release students will have them delivered earlier in the day.  For those who have NOT purchased a 2018 yearbook can do so during Viking Time in room 232 tomorrow, and during lunches September 27, October 1, October 3, and October 5 for $85.00.  Yearbooks are limited - only 29 remain.  Don't miss your chance to hold onto your Viking memories from the 2017-2018 school year.  PLease email Ms. Fishchetti with any questions.
  • Do you have the desire to learn more about the specifics of a medical career, participate in community service, or meet real doctors?  Then come down to the Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) 1st meeting of the year which will be held directly after school tomorrow in room 209.  All with any inclination towards medicine are welcome.
  • Best Buddies will hold an information meeting for all students interested in being peer buddies or associate members on Wednesday, Sept. 26 after school in the cafeteria.  Be sure to sign up on Canvas if you are interested in joining Best Buddies.
  • The African Affairs club is meeting tomorrow, Wednesday, Sept. 26 in room 152 immediately after school.  All students interested in celebrating African culture should attend this first meeting.  There will be snacks.
  • If you are planning to attend the Homecoming Dance, please remember that no tickets will be sold to students with obligations or an incomplete family file.  Please take care of this now, so you can purchase your Homecoming ticket.
  • The Red Cross club will hold its initial meeting this Thursday, Sept. 27 in room 201 from 215 - 300.  All are welcome.
  • As a reminder, beginning today, the Media Center will be open until 345 on Tuesdays and Thursdays for students who would like to study, use the computers, work on group projects or receive tutoring. 
  • The Activity bus also begins today.  Stop by the front office if you still need to get a permission slip for your parent to sign.  You must have a signed permission slip in order to ride the bus.  The bus runs Tuesdays and Thursday and leaves at 4 from the front of the school.
  • Students - are you interested in playing volleyball during Viking Time?  We will open the gym for a small group of students to participate in different activities each week.  Make sure to sign up and get your pass for the gym at lunch TODAY!  Students will not be permitted without a pass.

September 21, 2018

  • Students are reminded that only students with VALID student parking permits are allowed to park on the students lot.  Students will be fined $50.00 if your car is on the lot without a permit.
  • Art club is meeting after school today, Friday, in room 121.
  • Are you a photographer, creative person or someone who is interested in photography?  Then come to Photo Club's interest meeting today, Friday, right after school in room
  • Break dance is meeting today right after school in room 222.

September 20, 2018

  • Are you interested in joining one of the largest clubs in the school and competing against other high schools students in Howard County, Maryland and Country?  Mt. Hebron's chapter of the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) has its first meeting today, after school, in room 003.  We hope to see you there.
  • The Break Dance club is having a meeting tomorrow, Friday, after school in room 222.  All are welcome!
  • The South Asian club is having a Henna fundraiser during tomorrow evening's football game.
  • Try to remember that this September is Mt. Hebron's 1st studio production of -
    • The Fantasticks, the longest running musical in history.  Join the Hebron Thespians as they present this classic musical about when a boy meets a girl and the day after they fall in love.  Featuring Joe Nolan, Leah Reineck, Jake Scarbath, Ian Luk, Max Nzone, Ryan McClure, Kevin Aguilera, and Kaegan Stottlemeyer and directed by Jennie Hardman and choreographed by San Yakaitis.
    • The Fantasticks has a limited run with only 2 showings on Friday, Sept. 28 at 7 pm and Sunday, Sept. 30 at 2 pm  Seating is also limited.  Tickets are $10.00 and can be purchases online, at the door, or at all lunches starting today.  Come on out and support the tradition of the Hebron stage.  See the Fantasticks before it's gone.

September 18, 2018

  • There is a sophomore class board meeting today right after school in room 114.
  • Have a flair for the Bard?  Ready to shake the quill with Will?  Is all the world your stage?
    • Hebron's Shakespeare Troupe, the Scoundrels, will have its 1st meeting Tuesday, Sept. 25, immediately after school in room 136.  Join Troupe Leaders Alex Clay and Dom Martin, as they put together a rag-tag company of players to explore the texts of Love Labours Lost and the Scottish Play!  This is no fear Shakespeare at its finest.  No experience necessary.  Bring your wits and be ready for fun.
  • Whose Line is It Anyway?
    • Are you quick on your feet and funny at a moment's notice?  Come out next Monday, Sept. 24 for the HIT (Hebron Improv Team).  Join Hebron's own ACI team members, Bonnie Vess and Julia Medina as they field the future funny people of the Viking Team.  No experience necessary, come out for fun and laughs.
  • The National English Honor Society is having its 1st meeting next Thursday, Sept. 27 after school in room 234.  
  • Do you like to compete and show off what you know?  Do you like trivia and jeopardy?  Come find out about It's Academic cub.  Our first meeting is this Thursday after school in room 101.  All are welcome.
  • The following colleges will be visiting Mt. Hebron next week:
    • Monday, Sept. 24 -
      • Juniata College
      • University of Maryland College Park
      • University of New Haven
    • Tuesday, Sept. 25
      • Princeton University
      • Salisbury University
      • University of Louisville
    • Wednesday, Sept. 26
      • Elon University
      • Johns Hopkins University
    • Thursday, September 27
      • New York University
      • Hofstra University
    • Friday, Sept. 28
      • UMBC
      • Bridgewater College
    • Sign up through your Naviance account.  See your counselor if you need help or more information.
  • Model UN is meeting today after school in room 119.  All those who wish to attend the HEBMUNC fall conference and potentially qualify to compete against top scholars internationally at WAMUNC should attend this meeting today after school in room 119.
  • Students interested in joining the Health and Wellness club, stop by room 104 for more information or see Coach Carter as soon as possible.
  • Students, if you need service learning hours, there is a volunteer opportunity on Sunday, Sept. 30  at Lake Elkhorn.  Volunteers are needed for the annual Howard County AFSP Walk.  Volunteers are needed from either 9:30 - 11 or 1:30 - 3.  Please see Ms. Flynn in Student Services if you want more information.
  • Attn:  All Artists -
    • Are you a poet, painter or photographer?  Are you a choreographer, composer or cinematographer?  The PTSA Reflections program is, a local, regional and national competition that for 50 years has been celebrating the best artists in each school providing recognition and scholarships for excellent work.  The theme of this year's competition is "Heroes Around Me".  This call for Art started Sept. 17 and submissions will be due Nov. 1.  Submissions will be evaluated the 1st week of November and best of show will be celebrated and recognized at the Prism concert on Nov. 14.
    • If you are a viking artist, dancer, music maker, filmmaker or writer, see your art of English teacher for an application.  You can also see the bulletin board in the Music/Theatre hallways for an application and informaiton.
    • See Mr. Barker in room 136.  Show up and show off Vikings!  Enter your reflections today.
  • Science NHS is meeting today right after school in Ms. Mongano's room 225.  We will be discussing plans and logistics for the year.

September 14, 2018

  • Interested in Math, Engineering or Science?  Want to learn how to make a hoverboard or battlebot?  Compete with other Howard County high schools?  Come to room 146 on Friday, September 21 for MESA's 1st interest meeting!  Snacks will be provided!

September 13, 2018

  • The theme for Homecoming, 2018 has been decided and is posted on the Canvas page.  Check it out!
  • There will be an interest meeting for Ultimate Frisbee Friday after school in room 146.  All interested and current members should attend.  No experience is necessary.
  • There is a South Asian club meeting Friday after school in room 222.  All are welcome.
  • There is a wrestling team interest meeting next Tuesday, Sept. 18 after school in Coach Harman's room 156.  All current and interested wrestlers should plan to attend.
  • The first meeting for French club is next Tuesday, Septm. 18 after school in room 128.  Come for food and fun.  We will also plan our activities for the year.  If you miss the 1st meeting, you are more than welcome to come to later meetings.  Hope to see you there!
  • Are you fluent in another language besides English?  Are you currently enrolled in an advanced placement language course?  You could possibly earn the Seal of Biliteracy on your final high school transcripts.  Please see Mrs. Crise in room 128 or Ms. Tonguino in room 127 for more details.
  • The 1st meeting of the French Honors Society will be Thursday, September 20 after school in room 128.  We will discuss our plans for the year and the tutoring schedule.  If you can not make this 1st meeting, please speak with Mrs. Crise as soon as possible.

September 11, 2018

  • There will be a sophomore board meeting Wednesday, Sept. 12, after school in room 114.
  • The Delta Scholars meeting has been changed from today to tomorrow, Wednesday, September 12, at 2:15 in the media center.
  • The Muslim student association invites you to room 149 on Thursday, Sept. 13 at 2:15 for a Meet and Greet.  Come meet your MSA sponsor and enjoy some snacks.

September 7, 2018

  • Delta Scholars - To start off the year we will be having our first general meeting on Tuesday, September 11, after school.  The meeting will be held in the media center and will start at 2:15.  This is a mandatory meeting for all returning members - see you there!
  • Hey Hebron!  Do you like milk and cookies?  Do you know what soh-cah-toa means?  Do you like solving math problems?  Well, Math team is the group for you.  The first Math team meeting will be next Wednesday, September 12 from 2:15 - 3:00 in Mrs. Kingsley's room, 220.  This will be an informational meeting as well as the qualifier for our first Math team meet.  Hope to see you Wednesday, in room 220.  Remember, you can't spell Math with MTH!
  • College visits - the following colleges will be here at Mt. Hebron on the following dates:
    • Monday, Sept. 17 -    Univ. of Maryland Eastern Shore
    •                                       Hood College
    • Tuesday, Sept. 18 -      Merrimack College
    • Friday, Sept. 21 -           Savannah College of Art and Design

September 5, 1028

  • The Sophomore class board will be meeting tomorrow, Thursday, after school in room 114.
  • Hebron Theatre!
    • Be sure to join us this Friday, immediately after school until 4 pm for the first theater guild meeting of the year.  Learn about all the opportunities on the Viking stage - tech crew, improv troupe, Shakespeare troupe, New York trips and more.  Meet the officers, eat some snacks, play some games.
    • The fantastic world of Narnia awaits you.  Auditions for the fall production of the Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe start this Saturday, September 8, with the fight workshop from 9-3.  Students only need to attend 2 hours of the workshop and can sign up online.
    • Auditions are September 12, 13 and 14 from 3 - 6 pm.  No experience is necessary.  Roles of all sizes, from dwarf to giant, available.  For more information, please see Mr. Barker in room 136. 
    • We look forward to seeing everyone at the shows this year.  Whether you're on stage, backstage, or sitting in the house, everyone plays on the Viking stage!

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