Howland High School is hosting its annual Dodgeball Tournament today in the high school gymnasium. Sixteen teams are competing, and have raised $480 for the American Heart Association! #DodgeballTournament #CommunitySupport #FundraisingSuccess
As we approach Valentine's Day, members of FCCLA share why they love the club!
Mrs. Capan’s yoga class is working hard on their overall wellness by combining yoga poses, flex bands and meditation!
Students in Nicole Pauloski's freshmen ELA classes made masks for Romeo and Juliet!
Our robotics program participated in the VEX Robotics Regional Qualifier at MCCTC over the weekend!
Last month, the Howland High School Leadership and Community Engagement and Pep Club students traveled to The Pro Football Hall of Fame to attend the “Heart of a Hall of Famer”, which is a character educational program where Gold Jacket Hall of Fame members share stories of how the Values of the Game not only affected their careers on the field, but off the field as well. The program focuses on the Hall of Fame Values of Commitment, Integrity, Courage, Respect and Honesty. Our students had the opportunity to hear Kevin Mawae speak. They also had opportunity to tour The Pro Football Hall of Fame.
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Mr. Villwock with TLC Insurance Group & Wealth recently visited with students in Mrs. Stevens' Personal Financial Management Class!
You can support our choir boosters by swinging by Chipotle tonight!
Over the last few days, the spirit of giving thrived at Howland High School! Students in the Principles of Foods and Global Foods class embarked on their annual baking extravaganza, which started on Thursday and concluded on Monday. Guided by teacher, Perri Graf, our students put their culinary skills to work, creating tasty treats with a special purpose. On Tuesday, students came together to package up the freshly baked goods for delivery to Veterans’ Outreach! Perri Graf shared, "Giving back to the community was a very important lesson for the students. Many organizations were suffering from the lack of volunteers. This was just one of the ways I encouraged students to get involved.”
Howland High School senior Francis (Joey) Gajski recently clinched a spot as a top 5 finalist in the Tribune Chronicle's 20 under Twenty. As part of his achievement, Joey received a monetary award to donate to a charity of his choice. For the past several years, Joey has been a volunteer with the Vienna VFW Post 3521, and he decided to give back to an organization close to his heart. Joey chose to support Veterans Outreach, an organization that collaborates with Vienna VFW Post 3521. Not only did Joey make a donation, but the Vienna VFW Post 3521 generously matched his donation. This week, Joey, alongside Vienna VFW Post 3521 members Mark Thomson and Jeff Dreves presented the donation to Veterans Outreach!
Members of the Howland Police Department took 10 of our students on a shopping trip during their annual Shop with a Cop event! Students stopped by Target and were treated to dinner at Salvatore's Pizza in the Eastwood Mall. We appreciate our school resource officers and school staff who helped make this a successful event!
Howland High School's CBI Program students have embraced the spirit of giving this season! They recently purchased gifts for six children from the Salvation Army Angel Tree at Eastwood Mall. Working closely with the local U.S Army Recruiting Office and SSG Lindsley and SSG Dougherty, the group not only donated their time, but also money to make the holiday special for others!
Our Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) students recently spent time decorating for the holidays at Shepherd of the Valley !
Our Leadership and Community Engagement students recently met with Dr. Angela Natoli to tour the new location of her business Howland Health and Wellness, which also houses the Berry Blended Smoothie Bar. Our students not only tried some of the smoothies, but they also offered their insights on how to elevate the brand through a class project!
Howland High School's CCP Science students had an unforgettable experience this fall at Ohio State's Stone Laboratory! The Stone Laboratory serves scientists from across the Great Lakes region, offering lab facilities, field work equipment, research vessels and housing for researchers studying Lake Erie!
Members of our high school drama club have been busy preparing for their upcoming performance. We hope you check them out on Friday or Saturday at 7 p.m. at North Road!
As we wrap up our fall sports season, we want to recognize our boys varsity soccer team for winning the D2 Sectional title and the D2 District title. We also want to congratulate Levin Loomis who was a D1 regional qualifier in cross country.
Our high school student senate invites you to their "Not So Spooky" Halloween Party!
Members of our robotics team helped out at the Oh Wow! Silly Science Sunday event this past weekend! Our freshmen members ran the small robot display/game located in the basement of Oh Wow! and two of our junior members helped run our display outside!