Below is some back-to-school information that parents of Heritage Hills Middle School students may need to know.
Student registration is required for all students attending Heritage Hills Middle School for the 2020-2021 school year. All parents are asked to update their personal information and pay fees and device rental through online registration. Fees/lunch money can also be sent to school with the child. Fees and device rental will range from $90-$120.
School is in session from 7:58 a.m.–2:51p.m. Students are asked to report to their first period class by 7:58 a.m. each morning. Students are allowed to stay after school if they are attending or participating in a sport, club, or educational program that is a part of the HHMS Extracurricular program.
HHMS Supply List
7th Grade: Earbuds; three packages of wide-ruled, loose leaf paper; red pen; pencils (minimum of 12 for the year); 1.5” binder; ½” binder; one packet of dividers for binder (preferably ones that have folders in dividers); pencil pouch to go in binder; fine-point dry erase marker (minimum of three for year); Post It Notes -3×3; two boxes of Kleenex; calculator (basic 4-function or optional scientific calculator); swim trunks for boys / one-piece swimsuit for girls.
8th Grade: Earbuds; three packages of wide-ruled, loose leaf paper; black or blue pens; red pen; pencils (minimum of 12); 1.5” binder; ½” binder; one packet of dividers for binder (preferably ones that have folders in dividers); pencil pouch to go in binder; highlighter; fine-point dry erase marker (minimum of three for year); two boxes of Kleenex; scientific calculator; two packs of 3×5 index cards; swim trunks for boys / one-piece swimsuit for girls.
Heritage Hills Middle School is located in Lincoln City and has an expected enrollment of approximately 360 students in Grades 7 and 8. In addition to the four core classes that students take (Math, Language Arts, Science, and Social Studies), they also engage in a curriculum of fine arts, technology, physical education, health, agriculture, current events, and media. HHMS has gained 4-Star status for the last seven years. The Indiana Department of Education also has identified HHMS as an “A” school for the last 7 school years.
Extracurricular offering include the following:
Sports: Football, cross-country, volleyball, cheerleading, basketball, wrestling, swimming/diving, track
Clubs/Activities: Student Council, Natural Helpers, Academic Bowl teams, Jr. Optimists, Robotics/Science Fair teams, FFA, Hiking Club, Chess Club
HHMS Contact Information
3646 E CR 1600 N
Lincoln City, IN 47552
Phone: (812)937-2400 x3
Principal: Chad Schnieders
Secretary: Pam Wilson
Guidance Counselor: Bethany Sinkhorn
Athletic Director: Jay Burch
Teachers: Joe Asbury, Kim Brown, Katie Dossett, Keith Dossett, Tamara Guillerman, Cathie Gehlhausen, Olivia Wilgus, Ray Kaetzel, Duane Lorey, Katara Kramer, Dawn Mix, Paula Muller, Miranda Mundy, Brian Oxley, Jacquie Sabelhaus, Matt Sisley, Laura Staffeld, Paul Steinmetz, Phil Burden, Josh Wetzel, Josh Wilson, Adam Zollman, Matt Etienne and Sylvia Leffert.
Librarian: Angie Burch
Speech Pathologist: April Sherman
Instructional Assistants: Mary App, Wynne Curtsinger, Paula Carpenter, Kelley Blasdel, Andrew Roos, Caitlyn Gasaway, Lynn McDowell, Angie Schulthise, Karen Seger, Josh Simon, Jamie Tapley.
Technology: Tama Rickelman, Dan Bertke, Brian Pund and Duane Lorey.
Treasurer: Davette Smith
Cafeteria manager: Jodie Zorn
Nurses: Debbie Fischer and Joyce Keller
Maintenance/Custodial: Tim Thompson, Brian Rhoton, Josh Zorn, Susan Esarey and Elana McDaniel.