Today is the last day to raise money for the Love Kitchen selling Spirit Links. Last chance to pie the principals.
HVA Robotics will be selling glosticks for the Rave at the game tonight for $1. All proceeds go to Children's Hospital.
HVA Girls' Soccer won the Regional Championship 2-0 over Bearden last night. Goals by Kelsey Klett and Gwen Breslin. Clean sheet for Tippany Patrick. The girls play on Saturday at 5 p.m. at HVA. Cost for everyone is $7.
Attention Seniors: Those of you who need to meet the November 1st college application deadlines, please make sure you turn your transcript request form in to Mrs. Degges in the Guidance Office no later than 3:30 on Thursday, October 30th. Any forms turned in after that time will not be guaranteed to meet the deadline.
HVA Bowling Girls remain undefeated with two out of three close games. This was truly a team effort. All of our girls deserve the credit for their wins: Rachel Johnson, Halle McGuire, Logan Feys, Moriah Brown, Ann Vavra, and Jennifer Kelley. Total team pin fall was 2,014 to Heritage's 1,854. Even though the boys lost another match, their scores showed improvement. Boys individual winners are Andrew Bobich and Cody Ozias. The final pin total is Heritage 2,782 to HVA 2,161. Our next games are October 28th with Pigeon forge at Oak Ridge and October 30th with William Blount at Maryville.
Congratulations the HVA Cross Country Teams. Both Boys and Girls qualified for the State Meet. They will run a week from Saturday in Brentwood.
2nd Team All Region
1st Team all-Region
Dartanian Oakley - Who also was the Meet Champion.
Tuesday evening the School Counseling Department will have two meetings for students and their parents. At 5:30 p.m. the School Counseling Department will be returning PLAN results to 10th graders followed by a brief presentation on how to review and make best use of a student's PLAN results. 10th graders and your parents, we hope you will be able to attend this brief but informative meeting.
Following the PLAN results meeting, School Counselors will host at 6:30 p.m. another event in our college career workship series: The Ultimate Guide to College Recruitment for Student-Athletes and their Parents. Mary Wegzyn, parent of a current HVA student and author of Be a College Athlete and her son Matt Wegzyn, former UT football player, will be our presenters. You will learn how the recruiting process works and gain insights and tips to jump-start the recruiting process. Matt also offers his unique perspective on recruitment as well as the impact of social media on the recruitment process. Mrs. Wegzyn will have copies of her book Be a College Athlete available for purchase following the presentation. If you are a student athlete at any grade here at HVA who is considering playing sports at the collegiate level, you do not want to miss this presentation.
HVA players present the tale as old as time . . . Beauty and the Beast. They say that Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. We hope you will come and behold our production of Beauty and the Beast and judge for yourself how beautiful it is. The shows are November 13-15 at 7 p.m. and November 16 at 3 p.m.