Thursday, October 3, 2019

HILLIARD CITY SCHOOLS
HERITAGE MIDDLE SCHOOL
OFFICE OF THE PRINCIPAL

HAPPY BIRTHDAYSofia Ellish, Colin Hullinger, Marcus Stapleton

SCHOLASTIC BOOK FAIR
The Scholastic Book Fair is coming to Heritage for the week of October 7 to 11.  It will be open during the school days that week and also during the Parent Teacher conferences.  You can buy in person or online.  Visit the Book Fair’s homepage at https://www.scholastic.com/bf/hmspantherbookfair.  Celebrate the love of reading by coming to the Book Fair!  The theme for this year’s fair is Ultimate Expedition: Quest for Cool Books.  “Reading Base Camp,” located in the Arctic mountains/glaciers will be selling the best sellers from Scholastic.  Come join the expedition!!

ONLINE SHOPPING NOW AVAILABLE – If students and their families want to buy books from our Scholastic Book Fair, there is an online option which is now open and runs through October 15.  Heritage Middle School will receive 25% of online orders in Scholastic dollars, so that is another way to support our Media Center. All orders ship to your home.

https://www.scholastic.com/bf/hmspantherbookfair   Scroll down to the Online Shopping button.

Attention Panther Ambassadors AND Panther Ambassadors-to be!!!
Please remember that our monthly meeting will be today immediately after school in the MEC!

FCA, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, is meeting this Friday morning from 7:15-7:45 in room 113, Mr. Byerly’s room. Come eat some doughnuts play some fun games and learn some cool stuff about faith and how it can help you in life!!  You don’t need to be a Christian or an athlete to come and hangout with us!!  Hope to see you there!!  See Mr. Byerly or Miss Litt with any questions!!!!!!

GIRLS TENNIS
The girl’s tennis team completed a strong season last evening at home against Upper Arlington Hastings.  The girls fell 2-3 to Hastings.

FLEX VOLLEYBALL
Congratulations to the flex volleyball team for their win over Memorial. The 7th and 8th grade volleyball teams fought hard for both sets in each game but came up short. The 7th and 8th grade girls will be starting tournament play, wish them luck! Go Panthers!