HMA junior, Lindsey Zangarine, job shadowed at Dr. Walton's Dentistry office today. She is currently taking a Dental Assistant class at HMA and is now connected through job shadowing to get a closeup and personal experience. Dr. Walton and his staff gave Lindsey a first-class look into the operations of the office and it was a once in a lifetime experience. Thank you Dr. Walton and staff. 💙🖤
CHS/HMA families. This morning there were police in the front of the school with lights on for a traffic violation. All is well inside of school. Thank you and have a great day!
Due to the weather and unsafe driving conditions, school is cancelled. Stay safe out there and Happy Holidays!
Park County School District 6 Families,
We have been monitoring the weather for Wednesday, December 21st. Currently, we remain scheduled for a full day of school. Our transportation department is prepared to transport our students on a warm bus to and from school. Please make sure your scholar has dressed appropriately. According to the forecast, the winds will slightly be decreasing, and we will see a small (very small) rise in the temperature around dismissal. We will keep you updated if there are any changes in our plan.
Thank you for all your support. Have a wonderful holiday and a happy new year.
Advanced Metals student Jed Oiler operating the HAAS TM-1P CNC milling machine to make a tool that he designed in Fusion 360. AMAZING!!
So thankful to be a part of Heart Mountain Academy. It’s a “school family” tradition to share a thanksgiving meal around the table and say the many things we are thankful for!! 💙🖤
Expanding the walls of the classroom today for HMA students in Mrs. Gelik’s math class. These students are learning geometry in the geometric domes better known as the “bubbles”.
Interdisciplinary learning about marketing is what’s happening at HMA today. Personal finance is learning about persuasive techniques through digital marketing. In math and science they are in the middle of a social media marketing scavenger hunt to gain incite on how to market their sustainable gardens. Happy learning HMA.
Hello Park 6 families. This morning CHS & HMA conducted a hall sweep in our buildings using the Powell PD drug dog. It is our goal to create a healthy atmosphere that fosters safe, drug-free, learning environments where students can explore and grow. Teenage drug use can cause the impairment of learning and memory which can lead to a reduction of achievement and engagement in school. This drill will help to maintain a healthy school system as well as provide help to any student that may need it. Thank you for your support in this endeavor and have a great day.
HMA cares about our community and the environment. It’s official… we have adopted a section on in the South Fork highway. Great work students and staff!
Fillies ready for action at the pool today. Senior night. We ❤️our SENIORS!
HMA is having fun at the bonfire! Happy HOCO!!
Heart Mountain hikes Heart Mountain! Grit, guts and resilience. Breaking boundaries with an I can do it attitude creates students with growth mindsets for their future endeavors. SO PROUD OF YOU HMA. Go Wolves!!
What a great Monday! 35 colleges and military representatives are here at the high school as CHS & HMA students engage at booths and through QR codes for information on their future… which is looking BRIGHT!
Algebra 2 students "hid" variables to create an equation and Algebra 1 students worked to undo all the "operations" to find the variable. A hands-on math lesson that sticks by using all modalities of learning!!
Relationship building, together as one! Coach McFadden and the football players have an awesome pre-game ritual. Players select a staff member to wear/hang their jersey in support of the player and to acknowledge the staff member. Go Broncs & Fillies!!
Students please remember to bring your Student ID's to the activities this weekend. Go Boncs and Fillies!
HMA students at the Club Fair. Way to represent!
Greetings Heart Mountain Academy Students. We will be calling you next week to go over your schedules for the 2022-23 school year. Not long now...
Hello HMA families. In an effort to streamline our district's contact tracing process, we are soliciting the feedback of our students and their families. This survey is meant to help PCSD6 families pick a communication option from the list below that best fits the need of each individual student and family if your student is contact traced from a close contact at school. Please make sure to include all of your students at HMA. You will need to take a separate survey for CMS or Elementary Schools if you have students in those buildings.
Please follow this link to access the survey: