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All science students at Healdsburg Junior High will be participating in this event. Science students have the choice to design and build an imaginative and fun contraption for the Rube Goldberg project or explore and experiment on a question about the world we live in. Students have started their projects in class and will continue to work on them over the next couple of months.
Chromebooks at HJH
We are excited to provide a Chromebook for the 6th and 7th grade students of Healdsburg Junior High School. We are only able to do so due to the support of the Healdsburg Education Foundation and the generous donation of one family. Chromebooks will be distributed to our students in the coming weeks. We believe the Chromebooks will help our students learn and sharpen their technology skills that are now essential in nearly every aspect of life. Your student’s Chromebook will open a new world of learning possibilities. It will also give your student and you, important new responsibilities.
Healdsburg Junior High School
Bill Halliday, Principal
Tues, 2/21 Tie-Dye Day
Wed. 2/22 Pink-Out Day
Thurs. 2/23 Super Hero Day
Fri. 2/24 Tutu Day
All students are invited to attend the dance on Friday February 24, from 6:30-8:30 p.m. The cost is $5.00 at the door. A few things to note:
Nurse Amy’s News
February is American Heart Month - Heart disease is the leading cause of death for men and women in the United States. Every year, 1 in 4 deaths are caused by heart disease. The good news? Heart disease can often be prevented when people make healthy choices. Families can work together develop healthy habits by:
For more information: www.heart.org