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Despite students’ efforts to ruin the senior wall by tagging it with graffiti, wall designer Lauren Max ‘15 decided to repaint it.
On November 11, three Heritage High School students placed in the top five in the Littleton Public School Poetry Slam. Hattie Poole ’18 received 2nd place, Hope Laub ’15 received 4th and Connor Mudd ’17 received 5th place.
While most classes at Heritage cover the basics, the STEAM program which took place over the summer, takes a different approach. STEAM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math.
With school back in session, there’s been a new face around the halls. Mrs. Nicole Amidon is a new Heritage Eagle working as an Assistant Principal and school psychologist. Amidon has mostly worked with high school kids, teaching for ten years and being in administration for another ten.
Over 380 students gathered at the Denver East Church on August 29 for the 2014 Shakin’ Up Leadership Conference hosted by Heritage High School.
Mr. Chad Hanson brings his past experiences and versatile skill set to Heritage as a new addition to the physical education department.
Entering the halls of Heritage for the first time is daunting for anyone. As the freshman arrive, they are learning the ropes of Heritage.
Coming back from summer, freshmen learn where their new classes are, and also that seniors run the school. The Welcome Back Dance finalizes this first week of school.
Heritage High School students will soon notice a big difference in their cell phone coverage as preparations to install a new cell tower began on August 21, 2014.