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This week in the Chorus Room...

ATTENTION PLEASE!

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"Hough Singers"

Happy New Year!

Hope everyone is staying safe and enjoying their winter break. Here is some important information as you start to plan ahead for returning to school.

This info is also posted on each CANVAS chorus class page.

Monday, 1/4 is a Teacher Workday/ NO SCHOOL

Tuesday, 1/5 is a B DAY with REMOTE school back in session.

Please check your CANVAS for updated zoom links (if needed) from your teachers & updated schedules by 1/4

Tues/Thurs are B days; Wed/Fri are A days

Here is the revised school calendar with general dates:

https://go.boarddocs.com/nc/cmsnc/Board.nsf/files/BPYVBB7FEB93/$file/2020-2021_Calendar_REVISED.pdf

NEW Letter from Dr. Rosenbach 12/30:

12/30 Letter from Dr. Rosenbach Semester 2 Updates click here

If you have any questions, and/or if you have not yet picked up your goodie bag/holiday gift, please let me know via email: heidi1.hickox@cms.k12.nc.us or group text.

"SEE" you soon! Ms. HG


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CONTACT US

Each singer is a vital member of the Choirs of William A. Hough High School! Thank you for your partnership, as we pursue musical excellence and a great experience together. This form is provided for past, present and future Howlin' Huskies and their families to stay in touch with us, and as an information source for all things choral at The Hough.


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OUR COMMITMENT TO PURSUE EXCELLENCE

Chorus classes at William A. Hough High School are developed around the concepts of giving, sharing and ever-growing maturity. While pursuing excellence through giving and sharing our talents with each other and our audiences, we are rewarded in multiple ways. Consistent with high expectations and pride established by singers from past years, present-day participation should be respected and taken seriously. It’s our turn!