The mission of Happy Camp High School is to provide a meaningful education that promotes self-esteem, provides useful tools for life-long learning and productivity, recognizes individual needs and goals, and provides a safe, secure environment for students through the efforts of staff, community, and parents.
Happy Camp Indians Fall 2015
It's hard to believe we are only three weeks away from Thanksgiving!
Sports: Fall sports are coming to a close as we approach Halloween. Football has played their final game and volleyball will have their last competition on November 5th, in Butte Valley. You can support our teams by participating in the Guided Fishing Trip with Iron Head Guide Service, by purchasing a raffle ticket for a donation of $10. The drawing will be held on November 14 while Bingo is being played at the Karuk Multipurpose room beginning at 5:00PM.
Student Life: We have a special end of the day planned for Halloween. Games, contests and prizes are included, along with a lot of great costumes.
Trips: Next Tuesday some students in Mrs. Beardings' classes will attend a Farm to School day out in Seiad Valley that raises beef cattle and meat goats. Students would get a tour of the rotational grazing and irrigation system, as well information about animal husbandry, digestion, and the meat industry. Indigo Mack is the Mid Klamath Watershed Council's Foodshed Program Happy Camp Outreach Contact. She deserves a big thanks for putting together this wonderful opportunity.
Leaders from Athlete's Committed traveled to Chula Vista, CA. on October 24. They returned to school on the 29th after traveling, by bus, with students and faculty from all over Siskiyou county. Our Athlete's Committed program is making big strides in helping athletes to make healthy choices in areas of diet, rest, physical activity, and drug and alcohol avoidance. Look for a new page in our Athletics section that will be devoted to this life-changing program.
September Student of the Month