Important News & Upcoming Events

Graduation May 25, 2018 @6pm Merriweather Post

Graduation May 25, 2018 @6pm Merriweather Post

REQUEST FOR ADDITIONAL GRADUATION TICKETS

Request for additional tickets

After Prom

Hammond's After Prom is the "go-to" event of the season! This event is open to all Juniors and Seniors regardless of whether or not they attend Prom. Students can win amazing prizes, watch current block-busters, play games and activities with their friends, and keep the party going in a safe, substance-free environment with your help. The PTSA is looking for donations and volunteers to make this event one for their memory books. Please look over the following links and decide where you can support our students.

Senior Graduation Banners - $35

Senior Parents and Families - Hammond Boosters is offering a great and affordable way for you to honor your son or daughter for graduation. You have the ability to purchase a full color banner with the Hammond logos, your senior's name, and a brief customized message that will be hung in the hallways of Hammond, and becomes yours to keep. Each banner is only $35! Banners can be purchased at hammondboosters.org.

HaHS Literary and Art Magazine, The Vision, Nationally Recognized

For the second year in a row, Hammond High School’s literary and art magazine The Vision has received the ranking of Recommended for Highest Award from the National Council of Teachers of English, the second highest possible ranking. The Vision was one of 11 Maryland publications recognized for their merit in the 2017 Program to Recognize Excellence in Student Literary Magazines, and it is the only Howard County high school magazine recognized. Nationally, 372 high schools submitted their literary magazine for judging. This year’s edition included QR Codes that linked to student videos and music compositions, and it was the first edition students assembled as a team using Adobe InDesign, a graphic design program for formatting publications. The 2017 Editor-in-Chief of The Vision was Tess McRae and the advisor was Mary K. Goff. Congratulations to all students and staff involved in the making of the 2017 edition of The Vision! The Vision is currently accepting submissions for its 2018 edition. Please encourage your student to submit to this award winning publication. Submission f [Anchor] orms are outside room 512, Mrs. Goff’s room.

Hammond HS Named National School of Opportunity

Hammond High School has been designated a School of Opportunity by the National Education Policy Center. Hammond was recognized for demonstrating extraordinary commitment to equity and excellence by engaging in proven practices that close opportunity gaps and give all students the opportunity to succeed. Hammond is one of only eight schools in the country to earn this national recognition this year. This recognition is only possible when staff, students and parents all work together toward a common goal. Thank you for your commitment! https://vimeo.com/252378864

Hammond Happenings Video

Take a look at some highlights from Hammond's annual Black History Month Assembly. This assembly featured a talented cast of young men and women who used their gifts of song, speech, music, and dance to bring awareness to the plight of African Americans throughout history. https://youtu.be/6-D-x20Xg_c

Rising 9th Grade Fall Sports Information Night - Tuesday 6/12 @ 6:30 PM - HaHs Cafeteria

Wednesday, May 23, 2018 - 10:15am to Tuesday, June 12, 2018 - 10:15am

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