The Third year Spanish class is avidly studying the current migration of the Monarch Butterfly from our island of Hilton Head to Michoacan, Mexico, where over 250 million will reside for the winter. Our students have recently recorded sightings of the Monarch in our community and are presenting their findings to the class in their Spanish power point projects. We are learning a great deal in Spanish about our fragile ecosystem!
Mr. Zawacki’s U.S. History students composed a Current Events essay regarding the epic bankruptcy of the city of Detroit. Discussions took place regarding how and why this occurred and who the bankruptcy impacts.
The rich history of Detroit and the government’s plan for resurgence were also widely discussed.
Hurricane Michael UPDATE
The impact of Hurricane Michael on our area was minimal. School will reopen Friday, October 12 on the normal schedule. ... See MoreSee Less
Posted October 11, 2018 ·
Heritage Academy will be closed on Thursday.
Predictions of high winds, including threat of tornadoes, could produce falling limbs, power outages and conditions that would make vehicle operations unsafe. We will continue to monitor the storm and will make a decision on when to resume classes no later than 2 p.m. Thursday.
ALL STUDENTS ARE RESPONSIBLE TO CHECK ASSIGNMENTS ON POWERSCHOOL. ASSIGNMENTS MUST BE COMPLETED BY THE TIME CLASSES RESUME. ... See MoreSee Less
Posted October 10, 2018 ·
Good luck and best wishes to all Grade 11 students taking the PSAT tomorrow. Get a good night's sleep tonight! You've got this! ... See MoreSee Less
Posted October 09, 2018 ·