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Blackhawk Newsletter
November 2014
Hinton Community School
315 W. Grand St.
Hinton, IA 51024
Volume 21 / Issue 3 

Happy Halloween from the Foods Class

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Robotics Meet Volunteers
Hinton’s Robotics and Engineering Club has two, count ‘em, two teams competing in FIRST FTC, FIRST Tech Challenge this year. It is a challenging and demanding competition format which pits students in grades 7-12 against each other as they design, build, and program a robot for very specific gameplay.

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Sophomores & Parents
The sophomore class is in charge of the concession stand on December 13. This Saturday game is JV boys/ V girls/ V boys and also our silent night game. In order for it to run smoothly we need enough workers. We will run three shifts so that people are able to watch some of the games if they would like to. The shifts will run (A) 4:00-5:30, (B) 5:30-7, and (C) 7:00 until the end. The first shift will involve a small amount prep/set up work (like popping popcorn). Please email a sponsor if you and/or your student is available to work, and which shift you would like. Thank you in advance for helping with this prom fundraiser.
Monday Kick Off Lessons
Nursing News
Senior Checklist - November
4-6 Blackhawks of the Month
8th Grade Spooky Reader
Box Tops in Education
JH Volleyball
Technology Integration
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Activity Calendar
Online Calendar - Searchable
November - Printable
PK-12 Breakfast Menu - November
Preschool Lunch Menu - November
PK-5 Lunch Menu - November
6-8 Lunch Menu - November
9-12 Lunch Menu - November
Farmers Market Selections
Board Minutes
October 20th, 2014
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