The HHS Sting newspaper took first place honors for their paper in a national competition with hundreds of participants through the American Scholastic Press Association. They are led by journalism teacher extraordinaire, Devon Bostock.
On Monday, April 7 2014 the Governing Board approved the contract with Holman Capital Corporation (HCC) for the financing of HUSD's Energy Efficiency project. As a result, the district will now be able to begin implementing its $13 million project with Climatec aimed at upgrading and replacing aging HVAC systems, replacing and retrofitting existing lighting, installing new energy management sytems, etc. all designed and guaranteed to create energy efficiency and reduce the district's energy costs. Funding for the $13 million project will come from a combination of Prop 39 monies (approximately $5 million) and savings the district will recognize as a result of reduced energy usage and costs. When completed, the project, as guaranteed by Climatec, will generate enough saving to the district's existing energy costs to not only pay for the financing of the project, but save the district an additional $2 million in the first five (5) years. HUSD is excited to be implementing these upgrades as we continue to be a leader in energy conservation and helping our schools become "green" schools.
There are new age requirements that will affect all incoming Kindergarteners for the next two years. Please click on Kindergarten on the left-hand side to review the new requirements or read the details here: