We would like you to be involved in your child’s high school experience in any way you would like. Below are a few options that might be of interest to you.
Parent Power Team
The HHS Parent Power Team is a parent group that meets with Dr. Belin and discusses the state of Huntley High School from a parent’s perspective. This is a time for Dr. Belin to hear from parents and understand how to continue to move HHS forward and how we can best support all students. The team will meet four times per year via zoom with two meeting times (a morning option and an evening option) to fit your demanding schedule. Information will be sent out to parents before meetings are scheduled. Please stay tuned throughout the year if you are interested.
HHS Athletic Boosters
The HHS Athletic Boosters are a parent organization supporting all our athletic programs. Parents volunteer to work concessions, design and sell spirit wear and fundraise for capital improvements (East Gym competition court, baseball softball scoreboards, and much more). There are many opportunities to be involved with this group if your son or daughter is involved in athletics or you just have an interest and want to be involved.
HHS Fine Arts Boosters
The HHS Fine Arts Boosters are a parent organization that supports the arts at HHS. Parent volunteers work with the fine arts department to fundraise, work events, help build sets, and much more. This active group is perfect if your son or daughter is involved in HHS theatre, our music programs, our art program, or you just have a passion for the arts.
We encourage all of our students to find something to be involved in that interests them outside of their academic day to connect them to our building. We firmly believe that involvement in extra-curricular activities enhances the high school experience and will not only make these four years more fun, but those that are involved tend to perform better in school. Join us and be involved in HHS as a parent volunteer. There is something for everyone, and we want you to enjoy your child’s high school experience as much as we want them to