On behalf of our administration, faculty, and support staff, we sincerely thank you for supporting us with your votes today. We believe that our students are our future. When you support our schools and the students within, you help support our future. Preparing our next generation is what we strive to do everyday, and your support encourages us. Thank you from the Homer High School faculty and staff.
The Awards Assembly that was scheduled for Friday, April 27th, has been postponed until further notice.
Seniors are also asked to submit 5-7 photos of throughout your school years to be used to create a video that will be shown before graduation. Your pictures are due to Mr. Mitchell before April 20. If you miss the deadline, your pictures will not be added to the slide show.
We are planning an EOC kickoff/Funday this Friday afternoon. Students must sign up and pay Coach Gilbert to play in the Coed Volleyball games, 3 on 3 basketball, 3 point shoot out and dunking contest by Wed. Entry forms are in the office. Fun Day will be this Friday from 12:15-3:00. Admission is free but students must pay for all activities except class tug of war. Concessions will be available. If you wait and sign up after Wed – entry fee doubles! If you receive any referral or suspension or are sent out of class, you will not be allowed to participate in the funday activities.
Due to Tuesday afternoon storms, areas in Claiborne Parish are still without power. Entergy states power will not be restored until at least midday tomorrow. Therefore Homer schools are cancelled for Wednesday, April 4, 2018.
Congratulations to Phylise Anderson! Phylise won 5th place at the Louisiana State Social Studies Fair held at Burton Coliseum in Lake Charles on February 23, 2018. Phylise, a junior at Homer High School, poses with the award for her project titled “Musical Influences.”
As part of a drama unit in Fine Arts Survey class, students studied the play Cats by Andrew Lloyd Webber. After viewing the performance in class, students then had the chance to create costume masks for their favorite characters from the production. Students worked in teams to rehearse a script for one of the scenes, and then had the opportunity to perform that scene on stage in the school auditorium. Materials for the project were purchased with funds from a grant made possible by the Entergy Charitable Foundation.