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  • 2017 Homecoming Info - Please Note Parade is at 1:30 PM

    Homecoming Dress Up Days

    A Night on the Nile Activities

    IMPORTANT UPDATE: Parade start time is at 1:30, NOT the 2:00 as stated on the flyers!!!

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  • Girls Bathroom Painting

    To start this school year off this year, the girls at HUHS were welcomed back to a different look in a few of our girls bathrooms. After seeing a similar project take place at another school, Alternative Education teacher, Jamie Piittmann, set out to spruce up some of the bathrooms at HUHS. Ms. Piittmann coordinated all of the efforts and the supplies were all donated by the teachers that painted in an effort to encourage and appreciate the girls at HUHS. Teachers came in the evenings last week to paint and create designs in the women’s bathroom across from the main office as well as the one near our Drama/Lecture hall. Thank you HUHS teachers for taking the extra time to make our bathrooms more welcoming!

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  • HUHS a Safe Sports School

    Hartford Union High School is the recipient of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Safe Sports School award for its HUHS Athletics and Athletic Training program. The award champions safety and recognizes secondary schools that provide safe environments for student athletes. The award reinforces the importance of providing the best level of care, injury prevention and treatment.

    HUHS Athletic Trainer, Bryana Kudek, led the charge for the school to achieve this honor. Bryana applied for a grant from GLATA (Great Lakes Athletic Trainers Association) to make this achievement possible. HUHS Athletic Trainer, Jeff Dauss stated, “This award is a big deal in the athletic training world and I am very proud of Bryana for leading the effort to have HUHS be officially recognized as a Safe Sports School 1st team. The busy schedule of an athletic trainer often does not leave much energy to work on extra projects like this but Bryana was determined to see it through and make sure that HUHS gets recognized for the great work being done for its student athletes. Bryana is an exceptional young athletic trainer that truly has a gift for working in the high school setting. I consider myself lucky to have the opportunity to work with her and I also think that HUHS is lucky to have her here.”

    “We remain committed to the health and welfare of young athletes in competitive sports,” says NATA President Scott Sailor, EdD, ATC. “This award recognizes the contributions and commitment of schools across the country that are implementing safe sports policies and best practices to ensure athletes can do what they love best and have the appropriate care in place to prevent, manage and treat injuries should they occur.”

    In order to achieve Safe Sport School status, as HUHS did, athletic programs must do the following:

    • Create a positive athletic health care administrative system
    • Provide or coordinate pre-participation physical examinations
    • Promote safe and appropriate practice and competition facilities
    • Plan for selection, fit function and proper maintenance of athletic equipment
    • Provide a permanent, appropriately equipped area to evaluate and treat injured athletes
    • Develop injury and illness prevention strategies, including protocols for environmental conditions
    • Provide or facilitate injury intervention
    • Create and rehearse a venue-specific Emergency Action Plan
    • Provide or facilitate psychosocial consultation and nutritional counseling/education
    • Be sure athletes and parents are educated of the potential benefits and risks in sports as well as their responsibilities

    For more information please visit: www.athletictrainers.org.

    About NATA: National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA) – Health Care for Life & Sport

    Athletic trainers are health care professionals who specialize in the prevention, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of injuries and sport-related illnesses. They prevent and treat chronic musculoskeletal injuries from sports, physical and occupational activity, and provide immediate care for acute injuries. Athletic trainers offer a continuum of care that is unparalleled in health care. The National Athletic Trainers' Association represents and supports 44,000 members of the athletic training profession. Visit www.nata.org

    To see the Safe Schools Drill photos that HUHS completed on August 16, click here.

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  • Strategic Plan Process at HUHS

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