From our Principal
Happy Memorial Day! Here is the schedule for this week. The visual of the schedule was sent to students on Schoology.
Tuesday is an A Day.
Wednesday is a Modified B Day.
Thursday is a D Day.
Friday is an E Day.
School News & Information
HHS Evening of the Arts
Come join us for the
HHS EVENING OF THE ARTS
NEXT WEDNESDAY, MAY 31
VISUAL ARTS EXHIBIT and reception 5:30-7:00
MEGA CONCERT starts at 7:00
Bear Camp is filling up fast!
Hurry! Space is limited and we are filling up fast. You are cordially invited to the HHS 9th grade experience.
August 16 and 17
(Students new to the Dresden School District are encouraged to attend on Tuesday, August 15 as well)
Join us for fun and friends while you learn all about your new school!
All students who sign up and attend Bear Camp will receive their Chrome Books EARLY!!
High School is a huge step in your academic career and we want to help you make the transition as smooth as possible.
You may be wondering:
Where can I ask for help?
Will I get lost?
Is there a lot of homework?
What is a democratic school?
Are there enough bathrooms?
How do I meet people?
Do I have to have a locker?
Where can I go to hang out?
ALL of these questions will be answered when you join us in August- and you will still have plenty of summer vacation left before you have to come back for orientation.
We are planning tours, games, challenges, discussions, and more!
It will be a blast!
*Please Note- This is NOT 9th Grade Orientation. 9th Grade Orientation is on August 29th, 2023
New Hampshire Teen Institute Summer Leadership Program 2023
New Hampshire Teen Institute Summer Leadership Program 2023 is a week-long retreat for high school students that will run from July 9 – July 14th in New Durham, NH. The Summer Leadership Program is a residential week of leadership development, self-discovery, and social connections. More information or join in one of the online zoom info sessions.
Friends Forever International Summer Programs 2023
Apply now for these FREE credit-bearing leadership programs offered at the FFI campus in Durham NH. The deadline to apply is May 30th. Please see this flyer for more information or email Stephen Martineau email@example.com with any questions.
The UVM Extension Summer of Science
The UVM Extension Summer of Science will be offering numerous 1-5 day workshops during June, July, and early August on topics including Lake Champlain on a Floating Classroom; Complexity of Cells, Tissues, Crops, Oceans, Vaccines, and More; Plant and Fungi Ecology and Evolution; Build a Rocket, Forest Ecology; Human Brain Anatomy, and many others. Workshops are held in Burlington and are FREE but registration is required (on a first come basis.) (Flyer, PDF) Apply soon! Other UVM programs include the 4-H Teen & Leadership program, Natural Resources Academy, and Youth Environmental Summit. See the 4-H Announcements page as more opportunities get added all the time! Both VT and NH students are welcome.
YOUTH-IN-ACTION Celebrating 40 years of community service
Summer break starts for us in June, have you ever seen ‘need’ take a break?
YIA sponsors events year round because ‘need’ never gets a break.
Opportunities to help our community are available every season - summer is coming quickly, make plans to help in your community; put it on your calendar and make it a priority.
Help send off the senior class with a delicious breakfast. Sign up to donate food or drink.
YIA Interim DIrector firstname.lastname@example.org
Math at Dartmouth
Exploring Mathematics at Dartmouth College is a five-day in-person workshop for students 13 years or older that meets from 1:00 to 4:00 daily.
They are offering two sessions this summer:
Session 1: July 24--28. Topic: Tilings
Session 2: August 7--11. Topic: From Coin Flipping to Quantum Computing
Algebra 1 is a prerequisite for this program.
There is no fee for these programs, but you must pre-register.
For more information, go to:
Council leadership elections were held on Wednesday. Congratulations to these new leadership members:
Moderator: Kavi Patel
Assistant Moderator: Anna Healey
Treasurer: Sam Loesher
Secretary: Mingheng Liu
Dresden School Board Representative: Josh Stearns
Public Relations Person: Sophie Wise
Committee on Programming and Procedure Representative: Skylar Spiro
Council meets from 11:10-11:50 on Wednesdays in the HHS Chorus Room. We will have our first meeting of the new Council year next Wednesday. You can view the full agenda and minutes of Wednesday’s meeting.
Junior Class Families Needed
JUNIOR CLASS FAMILIES - It's time to celebrate the seniors and we need your help!
As you know, the Class of 2023 is gearing up for their graduation. In the past, Juniors and their families have prepared a reception for the graduates to enjoy after their Class Day ceremony. This year, Class Day will be on June 8, 2023 from 6-8PM at the high school. Please sign up to help make this celebration a success!
We're looking for nut-free food items, chilled seltzers, paper goods, and volunteers to set up/take down the reception.
Please sign up.
Any questions, please reach out to our Coordinator of Volunteers, Teal Parker at tealparker@
Seniors received the following message on Schoology. Please encourage your senior to resolve fees and return their materials!
Return Materials and Pay Your Fees!
Graduation is fast approaching. To receive a copy of your diploma, you have to resolve all fees. This means, any unreturned materials must either be returned or paid prior to graduation.
If you owe items, you will have received an email from the library. Or you can go to: https://sau70.follettdestiny.
For other fees, such as tickets, etc. Log into PowerSchool through a browser to see what fees you owe.