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novemBER 15

WALK FOR HUNGER & HOMELESSNESS

RAZ AUTRY STADIUM @ HCHS

4:00 - 6:00 PM

NOVEMBER 17

HURRICANE MICHAEL MAKE-UP DAY

FULL DAY

NOVEMBER 17

JIMMY JAMES BAND ROOM DEDICATION

HCHS BAND ROOM

10:30 AM

NOVEMBER 21-23

NO SCHOOL

THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY

Latest News

HCHS JROTC Drill, Raider, and Rifle Teams Place First Overall

On October 6, Hoke County High School’s JROTC Drill, Raider, and Rifle Teams began their competitive season with an outstanding performance at Harnett Central High School's 2nd Annual Tri-Meet. The Drill Team placed first in both the Squad and Platoon Regulation Armed Drill event with Cadet Corporal Megan Surprise of SandHoke Early College placing second in the Drill Knockout event while the Drill Team placed second in the overall Drill Competition. Next, the Raider Team placed first in the Team Physical Fitness event with Cadet Sergeant First Class Danila Homko placing second in the Male Physical Fitness event, and Cadet Private First Class Faith Bomberry placing first in the Female Physical Fitness event. This team also placed first in the Logistical Relay, and the Team 5 Kilometer Run events; and placing second in the Litter Carry event ending in placing first in the overall Raider Competition. Finally, the Rifle Team placed second in the Team Composite Score, Team Prone and Standing Score events with Cadet Private First Class Colby Rainey placing first in the Individual Standing Score event culminating in the team placing second in the overall Rifle Competition. Cadet Private First Class Kassandra Poole of SandHoke Early College placed third in the Sergeant Audie Murphy JROTC Cadet Competitive Board. The “Buck” Battalion walked away with the first place Overall Competition Trophy. There were nine schools represented from around the “Old North State."

Disaster Relief - Meals at No Charge During October

IMPORTANT NOTICE: In response to the impact of Hurricane Florence in Hoke County, the USDA has approved Hoke County Schools for Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance, which includes offering meals to ALL students district wide at NO CHARGE during the entire month of October.

*Each student will be permitted one breakfast and one lunch per day at no charge through the end of October.

*If you have not completed a free/reduced meal application (and your child attends a non-CEP school), please do so. At the conclusion of the disaster relief benefits, students who do not have an approved meal application for this school year will revert to full-paying status. So we will continue to process applications as we receive them to qualify students for the remainder of the school year.

*An application for meal benefits can be obtained at your child's school or at Hoke County Schools Central Office. The completed application must be returned to you child's school or mailed to Hoke County School Child Nutrition 310 Wooley Street, Raeford NC 28376.

DRIVER EDUCATION REGISTRATION GUIDE

From the NC Driving School:

To register for a driver education class, please visit our website at www.ncdrivingschool.com. From the home page, you will need to select Class Schedules, scroll down and then select Hoke County. From there, you will see the different sessions offered throughout the year. Registrations occur approximately 3 weeks prior to the class start date so be sure to pay attention to the corresponding registration dates and times. When the registration opens, you will be prompted to complete your child's profile. Please provide your child's name and date of birth, along with the parent phone number and email address. A confirmation email will be sent upon successful registration. Depending on your computer security settings, the email may be blocked. Please call our office if you would like to confirm your registration. Your child must be 14.5 years old in order to take the class. The state of North Carolina requires 30 hours of classroom training. All students must be in attendance for the full 30 hours. If you have any questions or concerns with regards to the registration process, please give the NC Driving School office a call at (252) 321-6700.

For more information, visit: Driver Education.

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