The Q-man Classic
On August 23rd, hundreds of HR students ran the Q-man Classic. The four year tradition began with an idea from former HR students. Dominick Douglass and Colin Vest founded this run, and Douglass has begun teaching here at HR. In 2009, a sophomore named Quinton Sanford was doing one of his favorite hobbies, running, when he collapsed and died on the way to the hospital. In tribute to him HR hosts the Q-man race annually. “We thought that other people should try to emulate how he lived,” said Douglass, “We wanted to leave a legacy for a student who was a model citizen and a model friend.” The funds from Q-man are donated to a charity called Autism Speaks. Quinton himself had autism, and often spoke highly of Autism Speaks. Katie Clifford, who organized the Q-Man for the past few years, says that “Q-man classic is a fantastic opportunity to see students come together and do something good.” “Everyone loved Q-man,” said Jerry Goings, HR principal, “it was devastating when he died.” Jade Zimmerman, Staff Reporter
Destination College: How to Get In
Meeting for Seniors & Parents/Guardians on Wednesday, September 17 @ 7:00PM in the Commons. Please plan to attend this meeting. Important information about college application process, NCAA regulations, etc. will be discussed.
Choir Yard Sale
The Choir Garage Sale will be Saturday, September 27th from 8am-2pm in the front lawn between the student lot and the visitor lot. You can help in 2 ways. 1. Donate items- Items can be brought in to the choir room anytime between now and the day before the sale. If you need to arrange a larger item pick up, please send Ms. Howell and e-mail and one can be arranged. 2. Come shop! You will find great deals on everything and support choir at HRHS at the same time. Any questions or requests can be directed to Ms. Howell at email@example.com Thanks for supporting Choir!