Math Tutoring: 3:30-4:30 EVERY Thursday. Lefler’s Room 206: Math 1, Lowder’s Room 208: Math 2, Humphreys’ Room 207: Math 3. Other times for tutoring with each individual teacher will still be available by appointment.
SENIORS: Your $50 Senior Fees must be paid by Friday December 4 to be entered to win a free cap and gown from Jostens! Your fees must also be paid by December 4 in order to receive an extra graduation ticket! See your homeroom teacher with any questions.
Attendance Recovery begins Nov. 2. It will be held every Mon. - Thurs., 3:30 to 4:30 pm, in the Media Center and every Sat., 8:00 - 11:00 am, in room 604. Remember that any absence over 7 must be made up.
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A coaching legend and icon at Forest Hills High School since 1978 has retired from his coaching duties. John Lowery began his career at Forest Hills High School in Marshville, NC in 1978 as an assistant football coach and head baseball coach. Lowery coached baseball from 1978 to 1998 winning 250 games and the 1997 NCHSAA 3A State Baseball Championship. He was an assistant football coach from 1978-1985. In 1984 Forest Hills won the NCHSAA 2A State Football Championship with Lowery as an assistant coach. Lowery took over the head football coach position in 1986. His teams won 16 Conference Championships. Lowery has amassed 266 career wins as a head football coach at Forest Hills, and his teams made the state playoffs every year but one during his tenure.
The New Global Citizen is a class that focuses on current events happening around the world. It serves to enhance students’ skills for interacting in the global arena as well as deepens their awareness of global issues and their impact. This class in particular pushes students to serve the community by focusing on a specific global-themed service project that contributes to the local, national, or world community. The organization Mr.Rudolph’s New Global Citizen class chose to raise money and awareness for is Star-Thrower, a charity based in Nicaragua. Due to the San Cristobal volcanic eruption in 2012, the hospital in Managua was destroyed, leaving thousands without access to local medical care. Star-Thrower has built a hospital and is working towards building an emergency room for their 2016 project. They also support local schools in Chinendega and recently finished building their first high school.
The Theatre Department at Forest Hills High School has much to celebrate, as they bring home honors from the 2015 NCTC High School Play Festival, held at Porter Ridge High School on Nov. 6. The theatre program, led by Ms. Shelby Lingerfelt, made the school and community proud with their presentation of Sillyheart at the Festival, and is thrilled to bring home the following awards: Overall Excellent and Excellence in Design.