Congratulation to the following students who won awards at the Chattahoochee Mountain Fair High School age Art Contest: 1st Place: Rachel McGee, 2nd Place: Lexie Lanev, and 3rd Place: Lexie Lane
The Habersham Central High School Interact Club participated in the set up for the Taste of Clarkesville on Saturday, September 24, 2016. The students assisted from 8:30 am to 11:15 am with the assembly, several of the students stayed to help serve.
Interact gives students ages 12-18 the chance to make a real difference in their communities and their world. Every Interact club carries out two service projects a year: one that helps their school or community and one that promotes international understanding. Clubs meet at least twice a month and are sponsored by the local Rotary club.
Picture Caption (left to right):
-Co-Faculty Advisor Martha McManus and Angelina Juan Simon begin setting up for the Taste of Clarkesville event.
-Interact members Virginia Miguel, Erika Nations, and Angelina Juan Simon set up before the Taste of Clarkesville
-Interact club member Joseph Meredith assists local residents as they raise a tent for the Taste of Clarkesville
-Interact member Virginia Miguel assisted Yakimono with service during the event.
By Salena White
Cutlass Editor In Chief Torie Crawford and her staff are busy working on the 2017 edition of the yearbook. The Cutlass has been a grand tradition at HCHS since 1970, the establishment of Habersham Central. The staff is honored to work with the students and staff of HCHS and HNGA to produce a record of the school year that will be revisited for years to come. The publication of The Cutlass is not possible without the support of the community and local businesses through advertising purchases and donations. The yearbook will be distributed in April. Please contact Selena White at HCHS to reserve a copy.
The 2016-17 Cutlass Staff
Business students Aaron Galloway, Karen Baldares, Anna Rodriguez, Joseph Meredith, Mary Elizabeth Hartness, and Katelyn Church prepare to take the Word Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Certification Exam. The MOS test is a nationally recognized certification through Microsoft giving students a chance to showcase and prove their computer skills. The test areas are specialized to each area of the Micorosoft Office Suite.
Employers, as well as secondary institutions, can verify the computer knowledge of students with the certification. Georgia provides this certification resource to high schools, and we are very fortunate to be able to offer this program. Many students, as pathway completers, have achieved certification in the past, however, Selena White, business teacher, hopes this year will be a record year for certifications, giving students something concrete to take with them after high school.
Business students (back row L to R) Aaron Galloway, Karen Baldares, Anna Rodriguez, (front row L to R) Joseph Meredith, Mary Elizabeth Hartness, and Katelyn Church prepare to take the Word Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Certification Exam.