Herron High School is known for its outstanding student achievement. Our approach to student learning and our individualized attention is the result of our total commitment to provide an exemplary education to all. We have high expectations for our students and multiple structures in place to help students meet those expectations. Whether assisting students with monitoring their academic progress in Advisory or providing parents with easy access to PowerSchool data, students, teachers and parents have the information needed to identify when extra academic support is needed.
Faculty Office Hours
Students are encouraged to attend Office Hours when they need additional academic support and/or to remediate quizzes and tests. These office hours are open to all students. Students attending the morning Office Hours must arrive by 8:00 a.m. and must stay until 8:45 a.m. Students attending the afternoon Office Hours must arrive by 4:10 p.m. and may leave whenever they have received the help they need. All students must leave campus by 5:15 p.m.
Semester I 2015-2016 Office Hours Schedule: 2016-2017 Office Hours Schedule
In order to ensure the academic success of all Herron High School students, Herron High School offers Saturday School sessions twice a month from 8:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. for students who are struggling academically. Saturday sessions are offered to help students make solid gains academically and to catch up in classes in which they are behind. Herron High School may require any student who is in high academic jeopardy to attend any Saturday School. Students may also be assigned a Saturday School for disciplinary reasons.
2016-2017 Saturday School Dates:
It is recommended that parents take note of the Saturday School dates below and not schedule or plan events that will conflict with those Saturdays. This is especially recommended for parents with students who have historically struggled with passing their classes.
Seminars are supervised study periods and are an opportunity for students to study, complete Independent Practice, and/or remediate Mastery Assessments. The behavioral expectations for the seminars are the same as any other academic environment at HHS.
9th Grade – Alison Hundt firstname.lastname@example.org
10th Grade – Andrew Smeathers email@example.com
11th Grade – Shelby Blasingame firstname.lastname@example.org
12th Grade – Brian Catt email@example.com