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Free Application for Federal Student Aid Event
We will host a FAFSA Lab on Tuesday night, October 29, 2019, at 6:00 p.m. for seniors and parents. If you are filing a Free Application for Federal Student Aid, help is on the way!
Hear "FAFSA" and feel stressed out? Wouldn't it be great to get this done before the end of the year! Great News!
HCIS is hosting an event to complete the FAFSA application process. If you want to apply for federal and state financial aid, you must submit the "Free Application for Federal Student Aid."
Many colleges and universities, especially public institutions, also require the FAFSA. You must submit the FAFSA every year that you want aid. Presenters are David Sutherland and Kathie Hill from FDLTCC.
Senior pictures are due on Wednesday, November 20. The yearbook staff has strict production deadlines to meet, and your cooperation helps us meet our due dates. If you have any questions, please contact us via phone at (218) 722.7574, ext. 466 or email. The goal of the yearbook staff is to help make this as easy and stress-free as possible for all seniors and parents and to produce a memorable yearbook for all of you. Please see our senior pictures flyer for complete details on picture specifications and submissions.
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YMCA Membership and Forms
All HCIS students have memberships to the YMCA. To make this official, students need to fill out three forms. Two contain basic information and require a parent signature. The third form is for using the wellness center. The wellness center has treadmills, other machines, and weights. A doctor must sign this form if the student is under sixteen. Mr. Langr's physical education class uses this space. Any students who anticipate that they will take this class before they turn sixteen should get the form signed by a doctor. If your student is sixteen years old or above, he or she does not need the doctor's signature. Please see Ms. Hexum with additional questions about YMCA memberships!
Students are required to fill out the two basic forms each year. The wellness center form stays on file in the wellness center.