Heritage K-12 Winter Program 2020 Youtube Videos Heritage Schools Justin Lee DEC 17, 2020 Heritage K-12 Winter Program 2020-Click Link Below http://bit.ly/3nsxPt2
Heritage HS- AP English class conducted a mock trial to go along with The Crucible by Arthur Miller. After completing the book, students were split into teams and asked to prepare evidence and witnesses for the stand. Pictured: Brodie Meneely is seen questioning witness Konner Pearman. English teacher Christine Campos was presiding judge and kept the court in order. Seniors were asked to serve on the jury and come up with a verdict.— Anna Sanders for News-Gazette HS Confidential
Heritage Parent Letter In-person/Remote Learning Information 2nd Semester 2021 : https://www.heritage8.org/article/362876
Heritage COVID Update 12/4/2020 Download pdf: bit.ly/33Fv2VF
Heritage December 2020 Calendar & Menus Important District Dates: Friday, December 18th - Last day of student attendance for 1st Semester Monday, December 21st - Monday January 4th, 2021 -No School - Winter Break Monday, January 4th, 2021 - No School - Teacher Institute Day Tuesday, January 5th, 2021 - School Resumes Heritage December 2020 Calendar of Events https://5il.co/nf9u Homer December 2020 Breakfast/Lunch Menu https://5il.co/naug Broadlands December 2020 Lunch Menu https://5il.co/nf9t
Congratulations to these Seniors, Class of 2021, in Consumer Resource Management for completing the Everfi Financial Literacy Course with Mrs. J. Mohr! Whether they are in school or home via remote connection in quarantine, the Hawks are getting it done!
Heritage School Board 2021 Election Information- Four seats on the board will be decided on April 6, 2021. The filing period is December 14-21. Visit our board of education page for filing & election information for candidates at https://bit.ly/3lH3Uwv
Heritage Calendar Updates 11/17/2020 - 2 Minor Changes. Monday 11/23 & Tuesday 11/24 will be remote planning afternoons. Regular in person dismissal times of 12pm both days. Heritage K-12 will stay in person learning until further notice w/regular 8am-12pm schedule as planned
Heritage Toy & Food Drive-We are still collecting change and food! We have reached our first two goals for food collection and halfway to our change war goal! This week we are asking for canned veggies! Thank you in advance for all your help and support! #heritagehawks
RCCSEC just informed member districts including Heritage CUSD #8 that today will be the last day of in person instruction for Spectrum Pre-K students who go to St. Joe. Beginning Monday 11/16 to 1/4/2021, Spectrum transitions to remote instruction.
Heritage School District is awaiting a meeting today with area Superintendents with Champaign Urbana Public Health District and director Julie Pryde. Yesterday, due to higher numbers of COVID cases, probable cases, hospitalizations, and people in quarantine in Champaign County, area schools were directed to consider going to a full remote instruction model and the suspend in person learning until January 5, 2021. Heritage School District is seeking to keep in person learning into next week prior to Thanksgiving Break and this will be discussed more with the Heritage School Board at our regular meeting Monday night. More information will be forthcoming. In person learning will continue until further announcements through our web site, phone app, and social media platforms.
Heritage Parents/Stakeholders-Champaign Urbana Public Health Dept has a 4pm press conference today. We will plan to discuss this info with our school board, administrators, teachers & staff. We plan for regular school day tomorrow 8am-12pm at this time pending further information
Heritage High School News-Gazette HS Confidential https://bit.ly/2GCZQhu Fall Festival was put on by student council in place of Homecoming. The week included dress-up days and competition between classes. Jackson Tatar and Audrey Hancock were voted Fall Festive King and Queen. Pictured: Maddy Mahaffey and Alyson Davis, representing the junior class, ready to compete in a scavenger hunt that played out on News-Gazette Snapchat. — Anna Sanders
STI Chalkable Parent Portal for Student Grades https://518157.stiinformationnow.com/InformationNow/
A reminder that Election Day is Tuesday, November 3rd. By the new State of Illinois law, this is a school holiday, so NO SCHOOL Tuesday, 11/3/2020. School will resume for all K-12 students Wednesday, 11/4/2020
Heritage Schools Upcoming Dates: Halloween Parade & HS Concert https://bit.ly/35J0OBi Election Day No School Reminder https://bit.ly/2THBqGg November Menus & Calendar in Daily Announcements https://bit.ly/3kIipjd No Spectrum PreK In Person Next Week https://bit.ly/35ShbLM
There will be NO SCHOOL for Spectrum St. Joseph including Heritage & PVO students the week of November 2 due to the following; Monday Remote Learning Planning Day Tuesday Election Day, now an official holiday Wednesday Remote Learning Day & Conferences Thursday Parent/Teacher Conferences Friday Parent/Teacher Conferences
A reminder that Election Day is Tuesday, November 3rd. Per a new State of Illinois Law this year passed by the Illinois legislature in May 2020, this is a school holiday, so NO SCHOOL Tuesday, 11/3/2020.
Heritage Self-Certification Form: https://5il.co/lt0q With the first district case, reminding everyone about the daily sheets and masks are required on buses, in school buildings, & a safe choice anywhere on school grounds as flu & strep throat join COVID as concerns.
Download pdf version here: https://5il.co/mdxv Thursday October 22, 2020 To the Parents, Guardians, Stakeholders of Heritage Schools: The Heritage District was informed by county public health today that an individual in the school district has tested positive for COVID-19. The county health department in which the individual resides officially informed the district and has instructed us on the steps to be undertaken by the district. That includes informing our public through this letter posted on our school web site, www.heritage8.org, and our social media platforms Twitter and Facebook. Heritage employees were informed verbally this afternoon at both school sites. Contract tracing has already begun with the individual and will be undertaken by the county health department. The district will assist immediately with any requested supporting information. I have been impressed with quick and concise communication that has taken place with the individual and the county upon the report of the positive result today. The district was instructed not to breach the privacy of the individual and we will abide by the public health directive. Further communication will come at the direction of county health. A reminder we do not have school on Friday, October 23 for the conclusion of Parent-Teacher Conferences. Sincerely, Tom Davis, Heritage #8 Superintendent