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Attention Parents / Guardians
HCI has an easy way for you to monitor student achievement.
Now you can view your student’s information, including timetable, attendance, and achievement from the comfort of your home.



Connect Ed Login information
Our staff uses Maplewood Connect Ed as a way of tracking and communicating student achievement, attendance, timetables and important demographic information.
To acquire a username and password, please email the school at hci@hzsd.ca and identify who you are and the student you have enrolled in our school.

To Log in:
Go to the website: http://sis.hzsd.ca
Scroll down until you find Humboldt Collegiate Institute
Click on the Students or Parents Icon
Enter in your username and password.  
Please ensure to change your  password after logging in, as the password given only works once.

If you have any further questions about Maplewood Connect Ed, please phone or email us.  
You may also find help at http://www.maplewood.com/

HCI Lunch Menu
Daily Specials Students: $6.00   Adults: 7.50
Lunch cards are available at the Uniplex.

Monday, May 11  - Grilled Ham and Cheese with soup
Tuesday, May 12- Lasagna with Garlic Toast
Wednesday, May 13 - Chicken Alfredo
Thursday, May 14 - Sausage with Waffles
Friday, May 15 - No School
Monday, May 18 - No School
Tuesday, May 19 -
Wednesday, May 20 -
Thursday, May 21 -
Friday, May 22 -

Regular Menu
Cookie
$1.00
Soup 
Students $2.75/Adults: $3.50
Wrap
$4.00
Muffin 
$1.25
Breakfast Bar
$1.25
Baked Chips
$1.25
Chocolate Milk
$2.00
Juice   
$2.25
Vitamin Water 
$3.00
V-8   
$2.25
Burger
$4.00
Square
$1.50
Granola Berry Cup
$3.00
 

Instant Message
THIS WEEK IN HORIZON (May 19 - 22, 2015)
Kevin C. Garinger – Director of Education

Who can argue with the weather we have been having recently? This weekend was as nice as any I’ve had in May for a long time. If you were like me, you took the opportunity to enjoy the sunny weather by spending time getting the yard in order and the boat ready for the lake. Let’s hope we can continue this warm weather trend as HCAA track and field looms. I spent a great deal of time at district and pre-district track meets as a starter and I remember those days fondly. One of these years I am going to ask our HCAA Coordinator, Brian Grest, if I might take on this role for a district meet. I know Brian and staffs and coaches from across Horizon do a great deal in preparation for such events and I want to thank them for giving our student athletes the opportunity to shine. I want to wish everyone from Horizon safe travels as you take our kids to Saskatoon. I know our students will be tremendous ambassadors of Horizon School Division and I look forward to hearing the stories of sportsmanship and personal accomplishment that only comes from pushing ourselves to be the best we can be.





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Horizon News
  • From May to June at LeRoy School
    LeRoy School has many activities planned for the month of June. Awards afternoon will take place on June 3rd at 1:30 pm for the high school students. Grades K-5 will participate in a Play Day on June 11th with various activities and games! The SCC has pl Full Story...
  • Farewell to May at LeRoy School
    The SADD chapter at LeRoy School decided to bring in Mitch Durge to speak to the students. He inspired the students to achieve your dreams and baffled them with his unreal drumming skills! The grades 10-12 went to a Holocaust Symposium in Strasbourg on Ma Full Story...
  • LCHS Badminton
    What sport requires a racket, eye safety and a birdie? And I suppose a net or two for you to play with? If you guessed badminton you are correct! This year the badminton was a huge success with the juniors being coached by Mrs. Gunther. The juniors co Full Story...
  • FLCHS attends Canada Wide Science Fair
    Last week, three students from Foam Lake Composite attended the Canada Wide Science Fair (CWSF) in Fredericton, New Brunswick. Beth Springer, Emma Fedusiak, and Mary Hoover, placed top three in the Parkland Regional Science Fair held annually at FLCS. The Full Story...
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