Having been in the works for about two years, 3B passed with a 59.8% vote of support. 3B addressed the need for the Littleton Public School District to improve and update their schools. LPS’s intent for 3B is to keep their funding despite the tax decrease within Littleton. LPS is funded by property taxes, but since these have been decreasing lately, 3B lets LPS collect the same amount of funds as before, despite the lowered taxes. With the funds that they will take in, they’ll improve all the LPS schools including Heritage.
Hazing is the act that causes embarrassment, harassment or ridicule to an individual. It may risk emotional and or physical harm.
It affects members of a group or team weather they are experienced or not. They are forced to participate regardless of the person’s willingness.
It’s the championship of broomball, the second seed completed the circular motion circuit in 1.37 seconds and now the first seed looks to avoid the upset, and this is just another interactive Physics lesson taught by Mr. Justin Riffle.
Remember sitting in a chilly October classroom to take the PSAT? For twelve students in 2012, it was was the beginning of a long journey into the processes of the National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC).
Walking out of the Student Center, it is hard to miss the stacked cans of food in the display case directly across the hallway. But these cans of food are more than meets the eye, or mouth rather.
DECA club, sponsored by Mrs. Barb Bolen is a club for all students interested in a marketing career. Students get a hands-on experience of working in a functioning store while learning about all the different aspects of marketing.
The beginning of the school year for the Heritage High School Student Leadership class started off with a challenge of teamwork and organization. The Student Government-based class teamed up with Littleton High School to help deliver school supplies to both middle and high school students in need in the Littleton Public Schools District.
The project was initially started last spring when money was donated by the Student Government members to go toward the service project.
The past year has been a scary one for America. Many shootings have happened, and many people have lost their lives because of gun violence. After the shooting at Newtown, schools across the country have started to either create new safety protocols or reinforce ones that have already been instated, and Heritage is not an exception.
Ms. Stacey Riendeau, Principal, and Mrs. Janet Sedivy, Assistant Principal who is also in charge of safety, believe that there are many steps that can be taken to protect Heritage and prevent violent incidents from happening.