Hillcrest High School
March 13, 2019
SheTech Explorer Day:
All High School Girls -- Register NOW to attend SheTech Explorer Day on April 9th. Tech is part of every job you will have. At SheTech you can experience everything from Robotics to FashionTech to AutoTech to 3D Modeling & Gaming to advanced Python and entrepreneurship classes. At SheTech Explorer Day you will join 3000 girls, meet with more than 150 tech companies and interact with mentors. SheTech participants, can join the SheTech internship program and attend the coolest tech events in the community. Workshops fill up fast, so go to SheTechExplorer.com now to select your classes. **You can contact Cher Burbank for more information.
Two TV segments from this year highlighting SheTech theme #yourdreamsintech:
Driver's Ed Range
We will be having range every day after school until the last day of 3rd quarter, March 22nd. During spring sports or extracurricular activities please be aware that vehicles need to be removed from the driver’s ed range by 3:30 p.m. It has been necessary this year to tow multiple vehicles left on the driver’s ed range past 3:30 p.m. There are multiple parking areas on the north side of HHS. Thanks for your help.
Hillcrest High School—Community School
Husky Strong Parent Meetings
Parents/Guardians are part of the team in student’s academic success! Join us for our Monthly Parent Meeting on Tuesday, April 9 from 6:30pm-7:30pm in AT-200.
MOBILE VISION & MOBILE MEDICAL CLINIC
Utah Partners for Health will be here at Hillcrest High School on Tuesday, April 9. If your child needs glasses, please contact Andrea Martinez at 801-826-6167. For appointments for the medical clinic, call (385) 204-6257.
- March 13, IB Art Show in AT200
- March 13, Region Instrumental Solo & Ensemble Festival
- March 13, 1:00 p.m. Girl’s Golf @ Golf the Round
- March 13, 3:00 p.m. Track @ Granger
- March 13, 5:00 p.m. School Community Council
- March 13, 6:00 p.m. Mountain Bike Club Team Meeting @ Cafeteria
- March 14-18, Drill Team @ New York
- March 14, 3:30 p.m. Tennis @ Highland High School
- March 14, 3:30 p.m. Softball @ Hillcrest High School (Union park)
- March 14-16, 7:00 p.m. Akhnaton Performance @ Auditorium
- March 15-16, Unified Basketball State Tournament @ Hyper U of U
- March 15, 7:00 p.m. Soccer @ Hillcrest High School
- March 16, 8:30 a.m.Track Early Bird Invitational @ Mt View High School
- March 18, 5:15 p.m. Cheerleading Try-out Meeting @ G103
- March 19, Region Theatre Plays @ Granger High School
- March 19, 12:30 p.m. Golf @ Copper Club
- March 19, 2:30 p.m. Tennis @ Bingham High School
- March 19, 4:00 p.m. Soccer @ Maple Mountain High School
- March 19, 6:00 p.m. Wrestling Banquet @ Hillcrest High School STEM
- March 19, 6:00 p.m. Drill Banquet @ Sandy
- March 19, 7:00 p.m. Alumni Meeting @ Hillcrest High School RM A105
- March 20, 9:15 a.m. DigiForge Conference
- March 20, 2:00 p.m. Region Theatre IE’s @ Hunter High School
- March 20, 3:00 p.m. Baseball @ Hillcrest High School (Union Park)
- March 20, 3:30 p.m. Track @ Hillcrest High School
- March 21, 3:30 p.m. Soccer @ Riverton High School
- March 21, 3:30 Tennis @ West High School
- March 21, 7:00 p.m. Girls’ Soccer Parent Meeting Cafeteria
- March 22, End of Quarter 3
- March 22-23, State Jazz Band Festival
- March 22, 3:30 p.m. Softball @ Ogden High School
- March 23-27, Baseball Trip to Anaheim Ca
- March 23, 9:00 a.m. Track @ Carbon Invitational Carbon High School
Baby Ads Deadline: Due February 11th
Please turn in form to the main office at Hillcrest High School. Download document for more details.
Course Request Information
Course selection for the 2019-2020 school year begins next week. The arena window will open on February 5, 2019 and close on February 16, 2019. All courses must be entered on line during this window. There will be an assembly during APP for 11th graders on February 6, 2019. Counselors will be in the English classes on February 6, 7, for all 10th grade students and February 8, 11, for all 9th graders. Counselors will be at Midvale Middle School and Union Middle School on February 12th. They will be at Albion Middle School on February 13th.The course catalogue, PowerPoints, and registration log in/instructions will be on the Hillcrest High School website under the counseling tab.
AP Exam Ordering
“One Less Thing to Worry About”
Husky Resource Closet at Hillcrest High School
“One less thing to worry about. It’s tough, I tell you.” Assistant Principal Mrs. Brenda McCann exclaims. At Hillcrest High School, the new Community School Facilitator, Dr. Andrea G. Martinez has been working with the school administration, counselors, faculty, and donors to supply the Husky Resource Closet. The Husky Resource Closet is located inside the school and is stocked with hygiene and clothing items along with a food pantry for students to use. It is a confidential, safe, and welcoming space for students that need “one less thing to worry about.”
Items for the closet have been donated by multiple school and community partners. “One day, I received an email from a parent and asked, ‘how can I help?’ I emailed them a list of items our closet needed and two days later the items were delivered,” Dr. Martinez says. Increasing the items found in the Husky Resource Closet has been a team effort. The Robotics Team did a food drive and collected non-perishable items. “They brought items they had at home or they went to the store and purchased them,” shared faculty club advisor Mr. Clief Castleton. The Latinos in Action student group helped to organize the items and created 70 weekend bags. FCCLA (Family, Career and Community Leaders of America) donated warm winter blankets and Key Club joined in and will be donating much needed gym clothes items along with underwear and socks. Drill Team collected hygiene items and created kits. “Knowing that there are Hillcrest students in-need and that we had the power to help them meant so much to all of my girls. As their coach, it was inspiring to see how much my girls were able to collect. I am very proud of their efforts,” says Drill Team Coach Ms. Divine. This precise sentiment shared by all club advisors and faculty. New and gently used clothing items have also been donated by staff and faculty.
In addition, 45 winter coats were delivered and donated by the Larry H. Miller Foundation. Clothing items and shoes were donated by Scheels. The Edwards Lifesciences corporation donated 100 hygiene kits and 300 snack kits. Through the generous donations of United Way of Salt Lake and private sponsors, a number of families will receive holiday assistance through the school’s “Sub-for-Santa.”
As a Community School, Hillcrest is a hub of academic learning, healthy child development, family support, and neighborhood cohesion. We are continuously working with community partners in connecting and aligning wraparound services for our students. For example, Utah Partners for Health’s free medical and vision mobile clinic will visit the school on January 8, 2019. We have also partnered with United Way to have community members volunteer as reading tutors. The volunteers work one-on-one in supporting our English Language Learners in core areas like math, science, and English.
We want to thank the generous support from our partners, donors and sponsors:
- Hillcrest High Student Groups: Robotics Club, Key Club, FCCLA, Latinos in Action, Drill Team, Student Body Officers (SBOs), and International Baccalaureate (IB) Leadership
- United Way of Salt Lake
- Edwards Lifesciences
- Larry H. Miller Foundation
- Kids Eat Program
- Canyons Education Foundation
- Canyons’ Student Advocacy and Access
- Hillcrest Staff and Faculty
- Midvale 7th Ward of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
- Private Donors
|Larry H. Miller/Utah Jazz Winter Coat Donation||Edwards Lifesciences|
Husky Resource Closet
Scarfs, socks and gloves donated by the
Midvale 7th Ward of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
Beginning Monday, November 26th, the front east parking lot (450 parking stalls) at HHS will be closed due to construction. The parking & traffic flow map can be found on our web page @ https://hillcrest.canyonsdistrict.org
Maps will be distributed on Thursday Nov. 15th during APP to Junior and Senior drivers to study and take home. Parking & traffic flow maps can also be picked up in our main office.
Student May Park In:
- The lower lot off the main entrance into HHS – this has been our overflow lot min the past. Students will enter and exit this parking lot from Husky Drive.
- The south portion of the driver’s ed range, which will be designated for students. Students will enter and exit this parking lot from Husky Drive. (This parking lot will be closed at 3:30 so all cars must be removed from this lot before that time)
- The main rear parking lot (410 parking stalls), formerly our baseball field. Students will access this lot by driving along the west property line to the rear of HHS. Students must enter and exit this parking from 700 East.
Faculty May Park In:
- The north portion of the driver’s ed range, which will be designated for faculty parking. (This parking lot is closed at 3:30)
- The west side of the school behind the shop fences.
- The back parking lot between AT building and Cafeteria.
Visitor Parking and parent drop off:
- Visitors will park in the north driver’s ed parking lot as designated.
- Parent drop off will be at the west end of the driver’s ed range. Parents entering the HHS parking lot from 700 East will drop off students and must exit on to Husky Drive. Parents entering the HHS parking lot from Husky Drive will drop off students and must exit onto 700 East.
Safety and Time Considerations:
- Due to these traffic constraints, drivers should add 20 minutes to their time schedule.
- When entering and exiting on to 700 East, drivers should remain patient and watch carefully for pedestrians.
- All drivers should give busses and construction vehicles the right of way as they exit onto 700 East.
- The driver’s ed range must be cleared by 3:30pm on days driver’s ed will be held. These will be announced via the school PA system.
- When exiting the back parking lot onto 700 East, drivers should watch for cars coming from the parent drop off lane turning left on to 700 East.
- Depending on traffic patterns and the number of cars exiting onto 700 East, HHS may choose to limit drop off traffic in the afternoon to one direction. This would likely mean parents picking up students would be required to enter on 700 East and exit on to Husky Drive.
Safe Walking Routes:
- Safe walking routes are shown in red on the parking & traffic flow map. Students should use cross walks and designated walking areas.
- Students in the rear parking lot should use the gravel pathway to the rear of the building and enter the school through the cafeteria.
- For evening activities the public should use the rear parking lot and enter the gym area through the North gym doors.
One addition to our new parking guidelines starting on the 26th of November. You should know that in the past we have provided overflow parking for students who were not allowed to purchase parking permits due to NG’s. The rule of not selling parking permits to students who have NG’s is still in force. Due to the need for parking stalls for students who have permits, HHS will not provide a non-permit overflow parking lot until further notice. HHS will announce the selling of parking permits to students who are eligible to purchase a parking permit after the new parking guidelines go into effect , if and when we determine that we have empty stalls. Those who have been using the overflow parking off of Husky drive will need to arrange alternative transportation other than driving a car without a parking permit to school.
Finally, HHS expects your patience and cooperation. Students who do not have parking passes or disregard safe and reasonable parking and traffic rules will not be allowed to bring a vehicle to school.