Scholastic Book Fair
Hardin-Houston Elementary will hold the annual book fair from November 30th through December 4th in the media center during school hours. There will be a special Family Night on Tuesday, December 1st starting after school and going until 7:00 PM. If you are unable to attend the fair in person, we invite you to visit our online book fair by clicking here.
The Houston High School cheerleaders are sponsoring a spirit week starting on November 30th. The themes for each day are:
America MONDAY /Camo day
Totally 80's TUESDAY /Crazy sock
Where's my boat WEDNESDAY /Dress like a tourist or Beach attire
Class color THURSDAY
Elementary - We are bright and all in WHITE
7th/8th - GREY GREY all the way
Freshman - Pretty in PINK
Sophmore - Back in BLACK
Juniors - Can't be BLUE we are juniors
RED hot Seniors
Friday - Red and White day
The annual Houston High School baseball clothing fundraiser is in full swing. Please see the attached form to order different Houston apparel and other items. These items make great Christmas gifts. The baseball program appreciates your continued support. If you have any questions you can contact Coach Allen at the school either by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or by phone (937) 295-3010 ext 2031.
The 2015-16 Houstonian Yearbook can now be ordered online through Jostens. Click here to order a yearbook.
The 5th and 6th grade Robotics Team competed in the Lego Robotics Competition at Honda on November 19. A total of eleven teams competed. The Houston Wild-Bots took first place with a commanding lead at 277 points. The second place team came in with 219 points. The team members include (from left to right): Megan Maier, McKynna Holbrooks, Shea Gordon, Ryan Ely, Alex Kellersmith, Bryce Sauvie, and Brodie Nishwitz. We want to wish a big congratulations to coaches Dr. Kellersmith and Mrs. Monnin and the team!
Jenna Mounts signs with Concord University
Congratulations to Jenna Mounts who signed on Thursday, November 12th to play NCAA Division 2 volleyball for Concord University, located in West Virginia. Jenna is the daughter of Sherry Burden and Brett Mounts. She holds the single season serve percentage record for Houston and has been named Honorable Mention All SCAL her junior and senior year as well as 2nd Team District 9 her senior year. Jenna would like to thank her friends and family for all their support through this journey. Also a special thank you to Betsy Hone who helped with the recruiting process this past year. Jenna is excited to continue her volleyball career at the next level.
Jenna with her parents
Jenna with Coach Amy Makela and teammates