HS 101 2021-2022


We missed you. :)

Welcome to a New

(and Hopefully Less Chaotic)

School Year!

Some things have changed and some have stayed the same - everything can be found here.

Arriving to School

Bell Schedule 2021-2022

Monday - Thursdays Schedule

BLOCK 1 (& News Show): 8:30-9:58


SLT (Rotating Classrooms - 28 minutes)

Structured Learning Time [SLT] - Rotating by Day -


During SLT students go to an assigned room based on the day of the week.

Monday (Block 1), Tuesday (Block 2), Wednesday (Block 3), Thursday (Block 4)

NO SLT on Fridays

BLOCK 2: 10:36 - 12:01

BLOCK 3 (with Lunch): 12:06 - 2:00

A Lunch 12:06 - 12:31 Class from 12:34 - 2:00

[ Hall: C ]

B Lunch 12:54 - 1:19 Class before and after lunch 12:06 -12:51 & 1:21 - 2:00

[ Halls: D, B, X, ROTC ]

C Lunch 1:35 - 2:00 Class from 12:06 - 1:32

[ Halls: A, Y, Z, PE ]

BLOCK 4: 2:05-3:30

FRIDAY Schedule


BLOCK 1 (& News Show): 8:30-10:10 am

BLOCK 2: 10:15 - 11:45 am

BLOCK 3: 11:50 - 1:55 pm

A Lunch 11:50 am - 12:15 pm Class from 12:20 - 1:55 pm

[ Hall: C ]

B Lunch 12:40 - 1:05 pm Class before and after lunch 11:50 am - 12:35 pm & 1:10 - 1:55 pm

[ Halls: D, B, X, ROTC ]

C Lunch 1:30 - 1:55 pm Class from 11:50 - 1:25 pm

[ Halls: A, Y, Z, PE ]

BLOCK 4: 2:00-3:30 pm

Being Late (TARDY)

Zero Tolerance Policy for Tardiness

This is one of the biggest changes for students this year!

Arrive on time

Students who are not seated in the classroom when the tardy bell rings, will be counted as 'tardy''

To quote Disney's The Falcon & The Winter Soldier,

"...If you are not 5 minutes early, you're late."
  • Teachers will be locking their classrooms AT the BELL and will NOT be opening it for late students.
  • If students are confronted with a locked door after the bell they will need to find a hallway Administrator and receive their Tardy & Detention slips before entering the classroom.

Each Tardy = 1 After School Detention

Let's go over that again...

Each Tardy = 1 After School Detention

  • A missed detention = ISS (In School Suspension)
  • A missed 2 detentions = OSS (Out of School Suspension)

If you have a parking pass and miss detention you will lose your parking pass for 5 days AND receive ISS.

Get the idea?

Now - if you have a parking pass...and you miss 3 detentions during the school year...you lose your parking pass for the rest of the semester.

A late arrival, that exceeds 50% of the class, will be counted as an unverified absence.

Everyone has 5 minutes to get to the next class. That is plenty of time.

If you are afraid you will encounter traffic in the morning...LEAVE EARLIER!

Detention will be Tuesday & Thursdays

after school in the cafeteria from

3:35 - 4:30 p.m.


Yes, we still have them and yes, you will need it as your hall pass.

In the classroom

There are NO PASSES the

first...or last...15 minutes of class

Please don't ask. ;)

To go to the Media Center during class requires a BLUE Media Center PASS


Lunch is completed in 3 shifts during the BLOCK 3 class

Report to class first - your teacher will tell you which lunch you have and when you are dismissed for lunch.

No outside food may be brought into the school or delivered/Door Dashed during the school day

All school lunches are FREE this year, same as last year

We do need families to fill out the "Free and Reduced Lunch" Application anyway as it ties to some of our funding.

Attendance Policy

  • Students must be present for 80 class days to receive credits for the course
  • Students missing more that 50% of a class block will be counted absent
  • Work missed for an unexcused absence will not be counted in the grade book.
  • Students must bring in a note to excuse your absence.
Notes & Early Release

We have a new attendance person and a new location for them - at the Front Desk!

The Receptionist and Attendance Officer are now located at the desk in the front lobby of the school.

Early Release
  • Parents/Guardians may e-mail the school to request early release for their student.

No requests will be accepted past 3:00 pm

  • Students may not sign themselves out

No students will be released from school between 3:15 - 3:30 p.m.

Student IDs, Lanyards

All students are required to be in dress code every day and to wear their school issued ID on a lanyard AROUND THEIR NECK.

Replacement IDs
  • Students that need to purchase a replacement ID will be charged $5 for the ID.
  • Replacement lanyards are $3.
Students reporting to class without their ID or identifying sticker will have a consequence.
  • Stickers will be $3 for those students who do not have their ID.


What NOT to Wear

Outerwear: Anything that zips, buttons or snaps from neck to navel.

Clothing items that zip from top to bottom are not permitted as they are considered OUTERWEAR.

OUTERWEAR may NOT be worn inside the school building during the school day.

NO FULL-ZIP shirts, sweaters, jackets or coats may be worn during the school day.

Outerwear may be worn to school and placed in the student's locker/bag upon arrival.

Students are expected to be in dress code while in the school building.


Pants with rips or holes in them.


Spaghetti strap tank tops and cropped tops.


(NO open-toed shoes or sandals may be worn UNLESS they have a HEEL STRAP)

Flip Flops are NOT ALLOWED


No "Crocs" - Sorry Crew Team

Blankets, Snuggies and pillows are not permitted.
Any adornment that could be perceived as, or used as a weapon such as chains, spikes, large pendants/medallions, etc. are not permitted.
NOT ACCEPTABLE: Head coverings of any kind including, but not limited to, hats, caps, bandanas, curlers, full face masks (think Halloween), visors, kerchiefs, athletic sweatbands, earmuffs, sunglasses or HOODS.

Head coverings will not be worn, carried, hung on the belts or around the neck or kept in a classroom during regular school hours.

What is WRONG in this picture?

  • - Crop Top
  • - Hats

NO Logo wear


NEW this year!

Mesh/gym shorts, yoga pants/leggings (with a school appropriate shirt hanging down to mid-thigh)

and wind pants



You're Welcome!


Shorts, skirts, skorts and jumpers will be modest and of sufficient length, no shorter than three inches above the top of the knee when standing.

TOPS: Solid white, black, gray, blue or pink. Mock turtlenecks and turtlenecks are acceptable.

The classic white shirt never goes out of style ;)

Collared Shirts, always a nice touch in white, pink, blue, black or grey

Students must wear UNALTERED shirts with a collar that are either solid white, black, gray, blue or pink.

LOGOS: Shirts may have a school spirit logo or a logo small enough that it could be covered by a student ID sticker.

SWEATERS: Students may wear solid sweaters or sweatshirts OVER school uniform. The sweaters or sweatshirts may be solid white, blue, black, pink or gray.

Shirts must be of adequate length and material composition so that no midriff or undergarments can be seen regardless of movement.

This year, hoodies are permitted on a probational basis. Students are not to wear their hoods inside.

If having the hood up/on during school becomes a recurring issue, then hoodies will no longer be permitted as determined by administration.

In order to promote school spirit, students are permitted to wear any UNALTERED HHIHS SEAHAWK t-shirt or Sweatshirt.

HHIHS FULL ZIP jackets ARE NOT Permitted.

BOTTOMS: Bottoms may be khaki, black or navy.

NEW! Yoga Pants (with a shirt/skirt that hangs down to mid-thigh) & Sweatpants are legal

Jeggings are NOT the same as Yoga Pants

Yoga and Sweatpants pants must be SOLID grey or black

Cargo-style pants or cargo-style shorts are not permitted.

Clothing may not exceed one size larger or smaller than necessary as determined by an administrator.

Even pets dislike oversized clothing
"Low rise" clothing is not permitted.

Pants, shorts and skirts must be worn at the natural waistline.

Nothing should be seen "sticking out" of the waistline of pants (especially underwear or gym shorts). No one thinks this is attractive.

"Jeggings", spandex and fishnet stockings are not permitted.

Tights may ONLY BE WORN if they are UNDER appropriate length skirts (mid-thigh) or other approved bottoms.


Belts are optional: If worn, the buckle must not be over-sized, computerized or have any writing that is considered offensive.
Footwear must be worn AT ALL TIMES

Shoes will conform to special requirements, e.g. PE classes, ROTC, Science labs, etc.

DENIM or JEANS of ANY COLOR are not permitted except on school-approved days or events.

Bottoms must be free of graphics and embroidery.

With the exception of small labels, bottoms may NOT have insignias, words, holes or pictures.


Gang-Related clothing, accessories, symbols or intimidating items of dress, as identified by local law enforcement agencies are not permitted.



Students shall be informed that they have violated the policy.

They shall be given an opportunity to change into acceptable clothing by using available clothes at school or by calling a parent/guardian to bring clothes.

If neither of these options are used, students may be placed in an in-school-suspension/alternative setting (ISS) for the remainder of the day and a referral shall be written.

Pending their current year record, referrals could result in lunch detention and/or in-school-suspension (ISS).

Failure to complete the consequence could result in out-of-school suspension (OSS).

A student that is schedule for ISS for a different violation, must also be in dress code WHILE SERVING their discipline consequence.

Students who do not comply with the dress code may be excluded from participating in certain extracurricular school programs.

Thank you for following DRESS CODE


Each Academic Grade Has THEIR OWN Google Class

All Forms and future information can be found on the Google Classroom Page such as:

  • HHIHS Clubs
  • Photo/Yearbook information
  • SGA election info
  • Homecoming/Coming Home/Prom/School Spirit Voting and Information
  • Character Education Student of the Month
  • Scholarships (Seniors)

Google Class Codes

(Freshman) -xdyga5l
(Sophomore) -t7okeiy
(Junior) - dlmvzfl
(Senior) - k7aoj4i
School Counselors are here to help! We have some awesome new peeps in the nest this year.

Students with last names A-C

Ms. Ditroia (843-689-4830) | Lisa.Ditroia@beaufort.k12.sc.us

Students with last names D-HER

Mrs. Videla (843-689-4916) | Tammy.Videla@beaufort.k12.sc.us

Students Last Name HES-ML

Ms. Markle (Phone number coming soon!) julie.markle@beaufort.k12.sc.us

Students Last Name MM-R

Ms. McIntosh (Phone number coming soon!) nicoleta.langley@beaufort.k12.sc.us

Students Last Name S-Z

Ms. Dopson (843-689-4918) | Cheryl.Dopson@beaufort.k12.sc.us

Guidance Office Administrative Assistant

Ms. Cruz, mercybel.tricocheCruz@beaufort.k12.sc.us Phone: 843-689-4922 | Fax: (843) 6



Seniors, Juniors and Sophomores– You keep the same lockers you had last year. If you are a new student, see Mr. Olivetti.

Freshmen – You’ll be assigned a locker on C Hall if you want one. See Ms. Austin.

ON-Line School Payments

Online school payments (OSP) and PAYPAMS

Most, not all, school fees will be available for payment through a online system, Online School Payment (OSP).

This will help ease the trouble of trying to get to the bookkeeper at school.

Accounts must be set up individually.

The link to the Online School Payment site is on our school webpage.
I would like to set up a PayPAMS account for my lunch money. What do I do?

Please see the PayPAMS form in your first day folder and follow the directions or go to www.mylunchmoney.com

Free and Reduced Lunch

If a student received free or reduced meal benefits last year and they were enrolled and active on the last day of school, they will continue to have benefits until...

To apply for Free & Reduced Lunch - click the button below.



  • Mr. Olivetti or your guidance counselor can advise you on whether you qualify to use the new credit recovery system, Edgenuity, E 20/20
  • Refer to your agenda book, pages 23 – 24.
  • Not every course is available on credit recovery. Have a discussion with your teacher about your options.
  • Make an appointment to see your guidance counselor if credit recovery is appropriate for you.
  • Failing grade AND CR grade of 60 will appear on transcript.

Dual Enrollment

Upperclassmen have the opportunity to enroll in Dual-credit courses, either at HHIHS or at a secondary institution.

One quality point will be added to the weighting for dual credit courses that are applicable to baccalaureate degrees offered by accredited institutions.


To qualify for a state high school diploma, a student must earn a minimum of 24 Carnegie units of credit in state-approved courses distributed as follows: Courses

Courses Required:

  • English/Language Arts (4 credits)
  • Mathematics (4 credits)
  • Science (3 credits)
  • US History & Constitution (1 credit)
  • Economics/Financial Literacy (0.5 credit)
  • US Government (0.5 credit)
  • Other Social Studies (1 credit)
  • Foreign Language (1 credit)
  • Physical Education or Jr. ROTC (1 credit)
  • Computer Science (1 credit)
  • Other Electives (7 credits)
24 Total Credits

Student Classification System

Grade classification is based on units earned, not years of attendance in high school. ]Students are promoted to the next level of classification or retained in their current classification based on the following criteria:

To be classified as a sophomore, typically the second year of high school, a student must have earned a minimum of six units of credit with at least one credit in English, one in Math and four additional credits.

To be classified as a junior, typically the third year of high school, a student must have earned a minimum of twelve units, including two units of English, two units of Math.

To be classified as a senior, typically the fourth year of high school, a student must have earned a total of sixteen units of credit and have received three units in English, three units in Math, two units in Science, two units in Social Studies.

Power School

Power School & Parent Portal

Through Power School, you and your parents/guardians are able to check grade status and attendance.

Your Power School login is the same as your computer login

Search the App Store for PowerSchool Mobile

"Modified" vs. "Full" Lockdown

LOCKDOWN Procedures

  • Teachers – cover windows, put trash cans behind your desk, and stop instruction until the lockdown has ended.
  • No one leaves the room for any reason.
  • Do not move out of position until instructed by the principal or acting principal.

For a “Modified lockdown” – no one leaves or moves around the room; instruction may continue with doors locked, windows covered, and trash cans placed by teacher desks.

LOCKDOWN - LOCKDOWN is called when there is a threat or hazard inside the school building. The lockdown protocol demands locking individual classroom doors or other access points, moving room occupants out of sight of the corridor windows, and having room occupants maintain silence.

Modified Lockdown

Announcement for Modified Lockdown:

"We are now in a modified lockdown. Teachers make sure doors are locked, but we would continue our normal activities unless the teacher gives you specific instructions."

This is "Locks...Lights...out of sight" protocol.

Students remain in their seats and no one touches their belongings.

  • Teacher locks the door, secures the trash can and covers any windows and turns out the lights in the room.
  • The teacher moves to a safe corner where students can see them and the teacher continues instructions.
  • Instruction may continue

No one leaves or moves around the room.

Announcement for FULL LOCKDOWN:

"Attention everyone, we are in a full lockdown. This is not a drill."

- Announced over the speakers by the Principal.

Teacher immediately verify the doors are locked. The windows are covered. The lights are out.

If it were during "passing time" in the halls GO TO THE 1ST OPEN CLASSROOM YOU SEE!

Students and teacher move to the designated safe spot/corner so not to be seen from anyone peering in windows.


IF YOU ARE OUTSIDE A CLASSROOM AT THE TIME OF LOCKDOWN - KEEP MOVING until you reach a lockable area (a nearby classroom).

All students remain quiet in the secured area, out of sight, and follow any directions given to them by their teacher.

Cell phones are off - cell phones hinder law enforcement efforts as well as attract attention.

Everyone remains hidden and quiet until an "ALL CLEAR" is given

or the situation changes

requiring students to AVOID, DENY or DEFEND.


AVOID - pay attention to your surroundings, move away from source of the threat, have an exit plan

DENY - when getting away is difficult, create barriers to prevent or slow the threat, hide behind large objects, turn off light and cell phone and hide

DEFEND - because you have the right to protect yourself, IF YOU CANNOT AVOID or DENY, prepare to DEFEND. Be aggressive and committed to your actions, DO NOT fight fairly. THIS IS ABOUT SURVIVAL


Do not return to "normal" state of mind until the ALL CLEAR is given.


Are you still watching?
If we want things to go "back-to-normal" we have to pull together and follow the rules.
3 On-Line Forms are Needed ASAP: Drug Testing Consent Form, Technology Agreement Form & Free and Reduced Lunch Form

Other Useful Links and Information

All Other Information Can Be Found on HHIHS School Website



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