7:00 PM - 8:30 PM HMS Choir & Orchestra Holiday Concert
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM Elementary PTO Snowball Express Shop Family Night
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM HHS Holiday Concert
8:45 PM Boys Varsity Ice Hockey
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM HHS B.A.T. Meeting
5:30 PM Boys Varsity Wrestling
6:00 PM Boys Varsity Basketball
8:00 PM Girls Varsity Basketball
10:00 AM Boys Varsity Wrestling
6:00 PM Boys Varsity Basketball
The HHs Mini-THON is holding another fundraiser, this time at Panera Bread (1178 Mae St Hummelstown) on Tuesday, December 6. Dine between 4 and 8 p.m., present the flyer and a portion of the bill will be donated to the HHS Mini-THON in support of the Four Diamonds Fund at Penn State Children’s Hospital right here in Hershey.
Nothing makes winter more magical than the music of the season. Hershey’s talented young musicians will showcase their skills in a series of winter concerts. For dates, times and locations for all concerts, simply click on the graphic to the left or the headline above. The concerts are free and community members are welcomed.
In response to changes in the Child Protective Services Law (Act 114), which requires school employees and volunteers to renew their certifications every five years, Derry Township School District (DTSD) is opening an official 3M Cogent fingerprinting site specifically for district volunteers and employees. Fingerprinting services will be available for employees and volunteers at the DTSD District Office at 30 E. Granada Avenue, Hershey starting September 12. Hours of operation will be 8 a.m. – 3 p.m. weekdays by appointment only
The Derry Township School District (DTSD) is now offering its “2016-17 All-Sports Pass” to DTSD students and district residents. The pass allows the bearer to attend all home regular season sporting events during the 2016-17 school year. All-sports passes can be purchased in the Athletic Office located in Hershey High School, 550 Homestead Road, at a cost of $20 for students and $40 for adults.
OPPORTUNITY: DTSD Students Win at Dauphin County 2016 Cultural Diversity Celebration Essay Contest
Congratulations to Christine Tang, a student at Hershey Elementary School, and Hershey High School’s Kai Lam! Both placed in the Dauphin County 2016 Cultural Diversity Celebration Essay Contest, with Kai taking 1st in the 15-18 age group and Christine taking 2nd in the 6-10 age group.
OPPORTUNITY: Students Recognized by the Hershey Apollo Awards
We’re understandably proud of our talented student performers and happy to note that many of them were once again recognized by the Hershey Apollo Awards. Congratulations to Caroline Hammer, Sofija Chroneos, Paxton Zeis, Paige Beck, and Julia Rippon for their individual honors. And a special round of applause for the entire cast and crew of the HHS Theatre production of “Into the Woods” which was named best musical! More information
OPPORTUNITY: Capital Area Science and Engineering Fair
Three cheers for HHS students Alan Hwang and Maggie Wu who were named Senior Grand Champion and Alternate Senior Grand Champion, respectively, at the recent Capital Area Science and Engineering Fair. Hwang won an all-expense-paid trip to the INTEL International Science and Engineering Fair May 9-13 in Phoenix, AZ. Wu will attend the INTEL Science Fair in the event one of a Grand Champions cannot attend.
OPPORTUNITY: Hershey High Swimmers and Divers medal at the PIAA-AAA Swimming and Diving Meet
Congratulations to the following swimmers who medaled at the PIAA Swimming Championships:
Boys: Jack Kushner, Chris Paynter, Jason Young, and Cole Luttrell
Girls: Tomomi Nakano, Orian Barone, Carlene Rippon, Colette Robinson, Bailey Robertson, Kailey Buchanan, Olivia Duck, and Sally Tafuto
OPPORTUNITY: Speech and Debate Team Qualify for PA State Speech and Debate Tournament
There’s no debating the success of the HHS Speech and Debate Team. On Saturday, five Hershey High School students qualified for the Pennsylvania state speech and debate tournament in April thanks to outstanding performances in their respective events at the district level. Congratulations to Brendan Twaddell, Senior, 1st Place in Persuasive Speaking; Grace Murray, Sophomore, 1st Place, Informative Speaking; Colin Topper, Senior, 2nd Place, Lincoln Douglas Debate and Colin Sheehan & David Sheffey, both Juniors, 2nd Place, Public Forum Debate.