HHESS Award Plaque Recipients

Congratulations to the following students for earning the awards posted below. Thank you for your fine citizenship, work ethic, and for being Helpful, Appreciative, Willing, Kind, & Supportive:

Elementary Awards:

Citizen of the Year- Hadley Gilliss
Fine Arts Student of the Year- Josiah Hart
Male Athlete of the Year- Oro Weder
Female Athlete of the Year – Sheigh Siemens
Scholar of the Year – Maddie Beebe and Keegan Lepine
Student of the Year- Maddie Beebe
Principal’s Award- Mike Gortman

Secondary Awards

  • Junior Scholar of the Year – Nero Weder
  • Senior Scholar of the Year – Dylan Beswick
  • Fine Arts Student of the Year – Brenna Rice
  • Citizen of the Year – Brenna Rice
  • Female Athlete of the Year – Wren Naisby
  • Male Athlete of the Year – Pasco Weder
  • Technical Arts Student of the Year – Taylor Rowe
  • Principal’s Award – Dimitriy Gortman

Continuity of Learning

Greeting Parents;
This morning our staff and I met to start planning continuation of learning for Hudson’s Hope Students.  Teachers will be connecting with you in the next day or two to touch base, and also collect some survey information to help us with planning (such as do you have technology at home, reliable internet service, etc.).
Some of you will receive multiple calls if you have more than one child in school.
The plan is to be able to start providing some educational pieces by Monday, April 6th.  I will be providing some general activities that families can choose from as well.
We are really looking forward to getting connected with our community again…even if it “looks different”.
Go HAWKS Go!

PS – This message was sent via email to all parents/guardians. Email is the primary method of communication that I use for school announcements. If you did not receive the email, please contact me dbeam@prn.bc.ca so I can make sure my contact list is up to date. Thank you!

Student Learning Survey – Parents

For Parents of Hudson’s Hope School students in grade 4, 7, 10, or 12. When you have a few minutes please click on the link below and complete the survey (just use the “Direct Access”. Our District is “#60 – Peace River North). The survey contains 45 multiple choice questions to gather data for the Ministry of Education. Also, there are some key questions that we track as part of our school’s Framework to Enhance Student Learning (such as: “Do you feel welcome?”). The survey is open until April 3, 2020. If possible, please send a quick email to dbeam@prn.bc.ca stating that you have completed. Thank you! Survey Link

Wrestling Team Celebration

The past couple of weeks have been a whirlwind for our wrestling team. Our athletes participated in the B.C. Northern Zones tournament on February 8th in Prince George. They competed against teams from all over the North. ALL of our competitors qualified for Provincials! Here are the results:

  • 48 kg – Lucas Beam – 2nd Place
  • 57 kg – Nero Weder – 2nd Place
  • 84 kg – Xavier Beam – 2nd Place
  • 90 kg – Pasco Weder – 1st Place
  • 57 kg – Freyja Jarnagin – 1st Place
  • 69 kg – Bella Lucas Jarnagin – 1st Place

Also, Freyja Jarnagin won the Most Outstanding Female Wrestler for the entire Northern Zone Region! The Hudson’s Hope School Girls’ Team won the team tournament! Pretty exciting results for a school that has only been wrestling for three years. Great work Coaches Coleman Mercereau and Peter Douglas!

North Central Zones Champions – Hudson’s Hope School

Five of our competitors travelled to the B.C. Provincial Wrestling Championships in Langley last weekend. All of our wrestlers earned points in their matches, or won at least one match (which is fantastic at the Provincial level). Pasco Weder earned the highest place for our school, making it to the final four, and finishing 4th in the province! Congratulations to Lucas Beam, Xavier Beam, Pasco Weder, Freyja Jarnagin, and Bella Lucas Jarnagin for giving it your all in this high-level competition. Again, a big thank you to Coleman Mercereau for travelling to Langley to coach our students. Way to go HAWKS!

2019 Christmas Concert

Our annual Christmas Concert was beautiful. We had a record turnout of family and community members. Ms Dee once again wrote and created a fun and meaningful production that entertained us all and was truly rewarding for our students. Merry Christmas to all!