We believe that it is important for our staff and students to be able to understand and articulate the story of Henrietta and her family as well as the reasons why this story is significant to the world. While the film does not show the entire story, it is fairly in-line with Rebecca Skloot’s bestseller, The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, as it shows the journey of Skloot and Henrietta’s daughter, Deborah, as they find more information on the cells and the Lacks family history. Physical posters will be displayed this week, but please forward this email to friends (in an out of the district) and family you would like to invite to this free screening.
The required permission slip is attached. I will also have hard copies for students available at the front office starting Wednesday.
It’s time to submit SENIOR QUOTES for the Yearbook!
If you’re a current Senior, CLICK HERE to let your voice go down in history at HeLa!
*Note* ALL appropriate SENIOR quotes will be printed alongside Senior portraits in the Yearbook.
Senior ADS are a great way for families to recognize their Senior!
Space can be purchased in this year’s HeLa Yearbook to commemorate the hard work your son or daughter has put into the last four years.
You can purchase full, half, quarter, or and eight of a page.
The order form is available here.
Senior photos are due to the Yearbook before Winter Break!
Late photos will NOT be accepted.
Seniors submit their own portraits to the Yearbook.
Go to http://hjeshare.com and use the code: hela
There’s also an “eShare” iPhone/Android app.
Please see the guidelines here.
Feel free to ask and AP Photo/Yearbook student to take your picture!
They’ve been doing a GREAT job 🙂
Did you, or can you take pictures of the forest fire currently devastating the Columbia Gorge?
Yearbook and Leadership class want to publish your images!
Please submit any photos of the smoke, ash, flames or scenery that you’ve photographed as a result of this historic event.
We want to document this for Yearbook, the HeLaHigh.com website, and use images in a social media and poster awareness campaign.
Photo Essay Project for Photo 1 by HeLa’s Xavien L: