Huntley High School Recognized for UN Global Goal Impact, 196 Students Honored
The National Honor Society student volunteers at Huntley High School have invested 12,851+ hours in community needs with the most student effort for Good Health & Well-Being.
Congratulations to Student Awardees at Huntley High School
PowerSchool is now portable!
Apple – The PowerSchool for Parents app is available for download from the App Store and is compatible with the iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch. Once installed enter district code FJPZ and login with your username and password. If you need to search for PowerSchool use District Name: Consolidated School District 158 or PowerSchool Server Address: ps.district158.org
Android – The PowerSchool for Parents and PowerSchool for Students mobile apps are now available for Android devices. Once installed enter district code FJPZ and login with your username and password. If you need to search for PowerSchool use District Name: Consolidated School District 158 or PowerSchool Server Address: ps.district158.org
If you have questions or concerns regarding access to PowerSchool, please contact the Registration Office at (847) 659-6147.
HHS-Sun City Pen Pals Program Spans Pandemic, Generations
When Huntley High School Medical Academy teacher Renae St. Clair started a Pen Pals program with senior citizens living in Del Webb’s Sun City, she had hoped it would be a valuable opportunity for students to build their communication skills during a time when face-to-face conversation with strangers wasn’t possible.
The result was more than she could have hoped for, with 62 volunteers from Sun City exchanging more than 500 letters with students over the past year. It’s not just the quantity of correspondence that is striking, but the depth of the relationships that have been formed. Despite the pals being separated both physically, never having met in person, and generationally, with an average age difference of half a century, St. Clair said the participants have in many cases become true friends.
“I did not expect it on this scale. Honestly, they are impacting each other’s lives,” she told My Huntley News.
“It’s not surface level anymore,” said HHS senior Faith Doy. “We’re into the deep stuff, to the point when something happens, I’ve got to write my pen pals.”
Read more about the success of the program at myhuntleynews.com.
Virtual Raider Aid Tutoring Available During the School Day!
Huntley High School is committed to supporting our students through this period of remote learning. In addition to the Evening Academic Assistance program, we are also offering Raider Aid virtually during the school day.
Teacher support will be available during the week on block schedule days (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday) to provide individual assistance in the areas of English, math, science, social studies and Spanish to students who sign-up for help with asynchronous activities and assignments, homework, and other academic related questions.
To sign-up, please use this link and click on the tab aligned with the content area in which support is needed, choose the date(s)/time(s) that you would like, and provide any additional information requested. In addition, the zoom link for each subject area is given for student access to the teachers.