Financial Blessings Sep 16–Nov 20
Gym Renovations - $1,040.53
Christmas Offering - $8,250.43
Chromebooks - $900.00
Recycling - $68.00
Texas Roadhouse - $1,281.50
Wipes - $80.00
Vacuum cleaner - $105.45
We gratefully acknowledge these generous donors:
Dr. & Mrs. Drew Anderson Family Giving Fund
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Aviah
Mr. & Mrs. Paul Buchmeier
Mr. & Mrs. Paul Criswell
Mr. & Mrs. Brent Engelmann
Mr. & Mrs. William Frazier
Mr. & Mrs. James Hamilton
Dr. & Mrs. Michael Malnofski
Mr. & Mrs. Chad McKibben
Mr. & Mrs. Kyle Michel
Mr. & Mrs. Eddie Mixell
Robert G. and Imogene M. Taylor Trust Fund
Dr. & Mrs. Gary Vaughn
Heritage Hall sincerely appreciates all gifts, large or small. Please ask us how you can be involved in helping meet the ongoing needs of Heritage Hall Christian School.
Ongoing Gym Renovation Update
We are happy to report that the gym restrooms are newly painted!!! Sinks and mirrors and other cosmetic upgrades will be completed soon. Profit from the recent Texas Roadhouse Fundraiser will cover most of this restroom project. THANK YOU to all who participated.
A gift from the Class of 2020 has enabled us to purchase custom Patriot floor mats for the gym main entrance.
Components remaining in the gym renovation project are
We have a $16,000+ in the gym renovation fund from past donors and the Family Fun Run that was cancelled last spring. We continue to explore options for a successful Fun Run in spring 2021.
Where is the elementary office?
How can I find the gym?
Where do I make a payment?
I'm here for a program; which way to the Fine Arts Center?
These are questions we hear often, sometimes from visitors who are in the parking lot!
Our goal is to add the following:
The HHCS Scholarship Fund is designated to help current HHCS families. The Fund was established by the families of Ron and JoAnn Ray, Keith Furry, and Savannah Posey.
HHCS Scholarships are awarded at the discretion of the Administrator and Pastor to (1) create a pathway for a Choice Scholarship in the future, (2) help pay fees not covered by other scholarships, (3) provide assistance for faculty children and (4) encourage struggling church families who need assistance.
Current need is approximately $65,000.00 per year.
Andy Habegger Memorial Scholarship Fund
Scholarships are awarded to Heritage Hall graduating seniors who are enrolling as full-time students at Bob Jones University or Maranatha Baptist University.
This is a one-time, non-renewable scholarship. $1,500.00 is awarded annually, divided equally among the eligible applicants, and paid directly to the university by the semester. Students must confirm their enrollment, course load, and academic eligibility each semester.
Technology needs are two-fold:
(1) Staying current with the latest versions that are compatible with the programs we use and
(2) providing an adequate number of PCs/laptops for teachers as well as accessibility for students.
The IDOE requires all students to test electronicall. We do not yet have enough devices to accommodate every student in grades 3-8.
This requires expanding not only our equipment, but also our instruction to give students hands-on experience with the computers before taking the test. We want to test students' learning, not keyboard skills.
30 Chromebooks: $11,145.40
(Includes all devices, licenses, charging cart)
30 Headphones: $12-$16 each
7 Mimio Interactive Boards: $13,293.00
Look for the Box Tops logo on many of your favorite products. Clip and bring to school. Check http://www.boxtops4education.com/ for monthly
coupons, special offers, prize drawings, and more. Box Tops for Education is used to purchase teaching aids, games, puzzles, videos, etc. for classroom use.
NEW: Download the Box Tops mobile app.
BUY your favorite participating products.
SCAN your receipt.
EARN money for your school.
When using the mobile app to scan your receipt, you now have the option to add a “Give Credit” memo for each scan. You can then tag your earnings for a grade level. Our codes for grade level earning are as follows, PK for Preschool, EL for Elementary, and HS for 7-12 grades.
We have a very hungry paper recycling dumpster located just north of the Elementary Door #4 portico. THANK YOU to all who continue to feed it.
Compacted paper = more in the bin = more $$$!!!