The Signature page requires $1.00 per signature/salutation to sign. There should be no more than 10 signatures per page. The ten (10) signatures allow at least your photo and well wishes to be published.
You may have as many signature pages as you like; however, business cards are not allowed on signature pages (they have a separate section).
This is a wonderful opportunity to have friends and family to sign your page, write words of love, good luck and encouragement. The right side is considered to be 1 page as well as the left side is another page, both sides are considered to be 2 pages. Each page is a total of $10.00 a piece.
Please make sure all signatures and sayings are in black ink as pencil fades when being copied. Signature pages are due no later than Monday of pageant week by 1:00PM.
People Choice / Community Support
(Miss HMS Pageant)
This is a highly prestigious award! This award allows the judges to see that you are willing to go out into the community, meet people and solicit support for the school and your community service project(s). Supporters may donate a minimum of a $1.00 and as much as @20.00. We really look forward to seeing who will be the People's Choice Award winner!
* meet deadlines of turning materials in on time (forms/monies)
*submission of talent/song choice to secure correct usage (there will be no duplications)
A Director's Award is given for the fastest completion and submission of all material. This shows great reliability, organization, and time management skills.
Please raise funds by getting supporters and sponsors as this is how the pageant is funded and provides scholarship and awards to the girls. This pays for DVD, T-shirt, Queens Tea, Awards, and to put the production on for the community at-large. This looks very favorable to the judges as a go getter, communicator, and a builder of bonds with the school with community. Really Go For It!
The Houston County School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, genetics, disability, or sex in its employment practices, student programs and dealings with the public. It is the policy of the Board of Education to comply fully with the requirements of Title IX, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Americans with Disabilities Act and all accompanying regulations.