Tennis Ball or a Nuclear Envelope?

By Colleen Zeiss How does Jello infused with Twizzlers, Swedish Fish, Skittles, and a dash of rainbow sprinkles sound? Is this the recipe for the latest trend in Thanksgiving desserts? Guess again. We are actually talking about the seventh-grade science curriculum.  As you pass Mrs. Huezo’s classroom, you might ask, “Is that a marshmallow or … Continue reading Tennis Ball or a Nuclear Envelope?

5th & 6th Grade Campus Service Projects

The 5th and 6th grade advisory students completed HPA service projects on Friday, Nov. 8, 2019. Each advisory group discussed ways they would like to help the HPA community, prepped for their project, and then carried them out with the help of their advisors. Please see the titles of each project below: Louise Harris - … Continue reading 5th & 6th Grade Campus Service Projects

Student Council Halloween Bonanza

By Colleen Zeiss Ghost rockets, pumpkin volcanoes, and a candy walk...oh my! These are just a few of the Halloween activities this year’s Student Council planned for the Junior High.  The day began with decorating lockers in the hopes of winning the coveted “Best Decorated Locker” award. Students’ creativity flowed as they transformed the locker … Continue reading Student Council Halloween Bonanza