Happy Monday everyone. 1st day of testing done! Great job. Make sure you get a good night sleep tonight and come ready for day 2.
LAST DAY TO ORDER YOUR YEARBOOK! CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE ONE before 4/6/21 at 4:00 pm (the cutoff).
If you are thinking about running for Scholar Council next year, the information packets and applications are available at the front desk or from Mrs. Pineda. If you have any questions, you can talk to Mrs. Pineda about the process and time commitment. We are looking for scholars who love Heritage and are willing to represent their classmates in planning and hosting student activities as well as working with teachers and administrators to make Heritage the best school in the valley. Elections will be held the week of April 19th.
Also, if you are interested in representing your 2B class as an elector in the electoral college, please let your 2B teacher know . Electors will be chosen this week and receive information about the electoral college process next week. This is a great opportunity to participate in your student government. Ask your 2B teacher for more information,
Staff vs. Senior Softball game is coming soon! Friday, April 16th at 9am at McQueen Park. Seniors can contact Faydee Dupree for more information.
It’s finally prom week! This Friday at Mesa Country Club we look forward to celebrating the Golden Age of Hollywood. If you are bringing a guest, make sure to bring the guest form with you and turn it in at the door. Only Heritage Scholars and their guests who have pre-purchased tickets will be admitted. There will be a coat and purse check available at the country club as well as refreshments. Please remember: Scholars and their guests will need to comply with Heritage Dress Code standards and the Scholar Code of Conduct. Click on image below to see it larger.
Are you interested in local government? Want to get to know the Mayor and your City Council members? Would you like to meet teens from other Mesa schools? Then the Mayor’s Youth Committee is the program for you! The Mayor’s Youth Committee is an elect group of juniors and seniors from across Mesa who meet 1-2 times a month to learn the ins and outs of city government. In addition to making great new friends and learning about your community, completion of the program includes a letter of recommendation from Mayor John Giles to bolster your college or scholarship applications. If you are interested, request an application from the front desk and submit it to Mrs. Udall by April 29th at 4:00 pm
QUOTE of the WEEK: ” Believe you can and you are halfway there.” – Theodore Roosevelt