HMS Bowling Trip 2019 Middle school band students receive a score of 1 at the 2018 Band Festival. Students attend lunch with Mr. Sitkiewicz for recognition of doing Good Things! Middle school students attend the annual K Wings hockey game. Mothers and Sons gather for a night of fun. Middle School ski trip to Timber Ridge Middle school students raise money for the American Heart Association playing survivor ball. Four Middle School Students part of 2018 spelling bee
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GAP Fundraiser

Support the GAP Program by purchasing a T-Shirt!  Orders are due Tuesday, March 26, 2019.  Click here to download the order form!

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Summer Rec - Sign Up Info Now Available!

It's that time of year again to sign up for the Homer Summer Recreation Program.  This year we will be offering baseball, softball, t-ball, and day-time t-ball clinic sessions.  Come and join the fun as we begin another summer!

Our goal is to provide kids the opportunity to learn about ball, be active, and have fun without having to travel too much or pay too much.

Who: Kids age 4-12 years (Evening programs children need to at least had preschool)

What: Homer Recreation Sign Up

When: Tues / Thursday Conferences or you can send it into the school in a sealed envelope or pay online

Where: HS Cafeteria

Cost: $30 for baseball/softball    or     $15 for daytime program only (T-Ball)

Registration Deadline is April 15.

Click HERE to access more information.

Click HERE to download a copy of the Homer Summer Rec Registration Form

Click HERE to Pay Online


Vaping has become an epidemic in schools.  Many students think that vaping/JUUL is cool.  Little do young teenagers know, that vaping is one of the most dangerous recreation and can lead to being addicted to tobacco.  Most recently, students are engaging in dabbing, which is the practice of placing hash oil in vaping devices.  These e-cigarettes do not emit any smoke, decreases the opportunity to get caught using hash oil, and increases the opportunity for students to get high during school hours.  


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