Today's Daily Announcements

  • There will be a Sophomore Class Council Meeting on Wednesday, September 17 in the Auditorium at 2:15. New and old members are welcome!

  • The Latin Club and Latin Honor Society will have its first meeting of the year on Thursday, September 18th during Block V in room 602. All memeber of the Honor Society should attend. Students at all levels of Latin wishing to become members of the Latin Club are invited to attend.

  • Sketch Club will hold its first meeting this afternoon in Room 710 during block 5. Any student interested in this year's mural projects should attend.

  • The Hunterdon Central Marching Red Devils will host their 19th annual USBands Gold Star Marching Band Competition onSaturday, Sept. 20 on Stewart Field. We are proud to have 18 high school marching bands competing. Food and merchandise will be available for purchase. Admission is $7 for students and $10 for adults. Come join us for an evening of great food, live music and performances. We look forward to seeing you there!

  • Come out to get a sweet treat after school on Monday! Dippin' Dots, sponsored by the Sophomore Class Council, will be available after school for $4 or $5 outside of the IMC during block 5!

  • Are you interested in television production?

    Do you want to be part of Red Devils TV? Join the HCTV

    Crew! Get real world experience in shooting, editing,

    and directing for television. There will be a meeting

    Wednesday, September 17, in the TV Studio located in

    the Communications Building immediately after school.

    Come by and find out more about HCTV.

  • Revolution 4 Children, a club dedicated to helping children everywhere around the globe, will hold its first meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 24th in the IMC conference room during unit lunch. The club is open to anyone and new members can join at anytime. We are looking to kick off some big fundraisers this year and could use all the help we can get to change the lives of children seeking a better life!

  • National Art Honor Society will have it's first meeting for new and returning members in rm. 109 on Wednesday September 17th during fifth block.

  • Staff and students from any grade wanting to participate in the Junior Class Council's Grow A Row volunteer activity on October 12th should pick up an information sheet in the 11/12 house office and sign up with Mrs. Tabor. The deadline for signing up is September 25th, and we are limited to 100 volunteers. Volunteers will be havesting crops from one of Grow a Row's local farms and must provide their own transportation to and from the site.

  • Attention students. Are you looking for a quiet place during unit lunch? Room 132 will be staffed by counselors and is open to all students who would like to have a quiet study area to eat or do homework. If you would like more information please see your counselor or stop by room 132!
  • The Bridges Club will have its first meeting of the year on Monday, September 29th in the 9/10 Conference Room (in the 9/10 House Office) during block 5. Bridges is a club that goes monthly to Independence Manor, a local assisted living facility. Students and residents play games and do activities together. Mrs. Blake is the club's advisor.

  • The Science National Honor Society will be holding its first organizational meeting on Monday, September 15 in the Little Theater during block 5. Anyone who is a junior or senior wishing to join this year, or anyone who was a member last year wanting to reapply for membership MUST attend. If you have any issues with attending this meeting, or questions, please see Mrs. Doyle in room 916 on B days.

  • Chinglish Club and Chinese Honor Society will have its first joint meeting on Wednesday, 9/17, at room 152 during block 5. The activities for the new school year will be discussed, For celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival, moon cakes will be brought in for tasting. All Chinese Honor Society memebers are expected to attend. All the Chinese Honor Society new candidates are invited. Anyone who are insterested in joining Chinglish club are welcome to attend. Please be there!

  • There will be a meeting for all students interested in participating on this year's Mock Trial team on September 17th, Block 5 in room 820. Mandatory forms and information will be distributed at this time.

  • The Photography Club will be having it's first meeting for all new and returning members in room 110, Monday, September 15th during block 5.

 

Notices & Warnings

ID Cards

Students must carry their ID Cards while on Campus.

Unattended Bags

All unattended bags will be confiscated and searched.

Vending Machines

The vending machines are available for student use during the lunch periods. The only machine that is off-limits is the soda machine. Please report any malfunctions to a Cafeteria staff person.

Exterior Doors

Exterior doors to the 11/12 Campus and the 9/10 Campus will be locked at 3P.M. To gain entrance to the 11/12 Campus, use the Commons Entrance and the 9/10 Campus, use the entrance by the Dumpster, room 001.

Working Papers

Working papers are processed every day during Unit Lunch in the IMC (Library). Please allow 2-3 days for processing. Working paper applications are available from the house offices, 9/10 receptionist, 11/12 receptionist and the IMC (Library).

Job Opportunities

No jobs have been posted.

Disclaimer

Hunterdon Central Regional High School District Board of Education ("HCRHS") provides notification of employment opportunities as a public courtesy for prospective community employers and its students.When reviewing or using these postings, please note that HCRHS does not screen employers or otherwise determine whether a potential employer is reputable, of good moral character, has complied or will comply with applicable New Jersey laws and regulations. As such, the posting of these positions does not werve as prospective employer position by HCRHS. HCRHS shall not be responsible or otherwise liable in any way for the employment of person(s) responding to any loss or claim incurred related to same. Students and other community members participate in this service at their own risk.