High School For Health Professions & Human Services

News and Announcements

School Dress Code - Professional attire is mandatory!

Clothing worn to school should provide adequate coverage of the midriff area, and undergarments should never be visible. T-shirts with inappropriate or offensive logos, designs, or pictures are also prohibited. Students who report to school with inappropriate attire will be asked to change into a physical education uniform and parents will be contacted. Additionally, cell phones, iPods and other electronic devices are not permitted. These devices will be confiscated if used in our building.
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• Roundtrip Airfare and ground transportation
• 5 days/ 4 nights at a Disney Resort
• Admission to the Universal Grad Bash.
• Admission to the Universal’s City Walk Pre Party.
• 3 - Days Premium Park-Hopper pass which allows unlimited entrance into Hollywood Studios, Animal Kingdom, Magic Kingdom, Epcot Center, Typhoon Lagoon Water Park, Blizzard Beach, and Disney Quest
• $100.00 Disney meal and merchandise card
• Admission to Busch Garden’s Grad Nite
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Letter from the Chancellor, Carmin Farina

Welcome to the 2014-15 school year! I’m starting my first full school year as Chancellor full of energy and excitement. We’ve got so many wonderful, new programs to improve teaching and learning—and more ways than ever for you to connect with your child’s teachers and school.
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2014 Summer Meals Program

Breakfast and lunch continues beyond the scheduled instructional school year. Our Summer Meals Program is available at hundreds of public schools, community pool centers, New York City Housing Authority complexes, and other locations around the city. No registration, documentation, or ID is required to receive a free breakfast or lunch meal to all children 18 years old and under.
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Congratulations to Ms. Chesnut!

Ms. Chesnut committed to incorporate a Facing History unit on Little Rock into her Movement Building elective. In exchange, she will receive a a scholarship to a week-long professional development seminar this summer, a free set of books for her class, unlimited access to their lending library, and ongoing support throughout the year. Facing History views the grant as a relationship with HPHS that can extend beyond next year and beyond Ms. Chesnut.
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