Having Problems in Class or School? The best place to seek assistance in any class is directly through your teacher. Set up an appointment to see your teacher before or after school, between classes, or during Seminar to get the answers straight from the teacher assigning and assessing your work.
If the issues cannot be resolved, you have a problem with another
student, or any other situation, you may schedule a visit with Mrs.
Leininger , HS Counselor, or Mrs. Witt, HS Principal. All of the
teachers, administrators and support staff are here to ensure that you
have a positive high school experience.
Please remember that USD210 supports the No Bullying Policy at HHS and any incident must be reported immediately.
STUDENT AND FAMILY RESOURCES:
KIDS Health Website: This web address actually houses three sites in one. The PARENTS
site offers “practical parenting information and news.” The KIDS site
offers “homework help and [information about] how the body works.” The
TEENS site offers “answers, advice and straight talk” about a variety of
topics. The site is sponsored by the Nemours Foundation in association
with many hospitals throughout the country. (Tambien, disponible en
Help Guide Website: Understand, Present and Resolve Life’s Challenges
We are very pleased to work with the Kansas Department of Education to create safe schools for students across Kansas. You can find resources at Kansas Safe Schools Resource Center.
In correlation with the Jason Flatt Act, Hugoton Schools will work with local, state and national organizations to help prevent suicide in adolescent populations. If you're interested in learning more about Jason Flatt and Suicide Prevention, please visit The Jason Foundation website.