In this broadcast we highlight our MUCH loved seniors that will be missed...
There is a limited number of the award-winning 2012-13 Tiger yearbooks still available. The cost for each book is $50. Please see Mrs. Davis in room 224 if you wish to purchase. If you purchased or plan to purchase a yearbook, please note the spring supplement is still to come. The supplement includes coverage of [...]
In this broadcast we highlight our MUCH loved seniors that will be missed dearly. Everything from sports to the theater department are going to lose a lot of incredible people. Anchors Jenna Kulwicki and Nathanael Sass host this senior broadcast and sports anchors/reporters Wyatt Davis and Tyler Musgrave cover sports as usual.
Just announced via nsashome.org: Hastings boys soccer team will play #2 Gretna (13-4), Thursday, May 9 at 6 p.m. HHS is the #7 seed (9-7). The girls will play #4 seed Columbus Scotus (10-3) Friday, May 10 at 3 p.m. HHS is the #5 seed at (13-3). All game are played at Michael G. Morrison [...]
According to Hastings Public Schools officials, at around 11:30 a.m. Thursday morning, the HPS district office received a phone call from an individual from Lincoln, Nebraska. The caller is to be identified as a teenage male who originally asked the procedure to transfer to Hastings Public from out of state. Hastings Public Schools Superintendent, Craig [...]
“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines, sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.” – Mark Twain About every two years special education teacher Pete Theoharis [...]
Check out this month’s broadcast! Shane Samuelson and Jenna Kulwicki anchor and bring you the latest in HHS news. From Random ramblings to the HHS art show there is plenty going on at Hastings Senior High. Also, Wyatt Davis and Tyler Musgrave talk about the latest involving spring sports.
The 2013 spring play, You Can’t Take It With You begins Friday, April 5. Tiger Cub adviser Cathy Davis brings us the sites and sounds of the performance.
Now-a-days Twitter is the hottest social networking site. Students and organizations here at HHS have a page of their own, and of those, many have probably noticed @HHSHappyTiger and @HHSAngryTiger. For those who have not heard of these two Twitter pages, here is a run down. Happy Tiger frolics around its follower’s home page tweeting [...]
On Wednesday, March 13, a group of American History students led by history teacher, Ann Mays, went to the Hastings District History Day. The competition was held at Hastings College and three schools attended: Hastings Senior High School, Hastings Middle School, and Lawrence-Nelson High School. Currently, Mays is the only history teacher at HHS to [...]