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  • Community Oriole Chatter

    Dear Hartford Area Community Members/Citizens,

    Our second community Oriole Chatter Event has been scheduled for Monday, December 19, 2016 from 7:00 to 8:30pm. In an effort to accommodate various stakeholders in our community, our December Oriole Chatter will be held at the Richfield Village Hall in the Lower Level Board Room at 4128 Huburtus Road, Huburtus, WI. Your Hartford Union High School District has begun a year of New Beginnings!  The school year is off to a successful beginning, and we would like to continue that momentum.

    One of the New Beginnings! is the opportunity for the District and Community to engage each other in honest, open conversations.  We, your Board of Education President and Superintendent, invite you to attend and participate in “Oriole Chatter,” a series of community conversations throughout the year.  Our goal is to engage each other in discussions about Hartford Union High School.

    The Oriole Chatter is open to any topic, but we’d like to discuss the following:

    1.      Are we preparing students to be career ready/life ready?

    2.      Should HUHS be a destination school and school district?

    3.      What do you expect from the District and its Leadership (Board and Administration)?

    Please come and join us to address these important issues with an open discussion! 

    Thank you!

     Josh Schoemann, President                

    Attila J. Weninger, Ph.D., Interim Superintendent

  • Stu Co Blood Drive

    Student Council hosted its first Blood Drive on Wednesday, November 30. The Blood Drive was one of the most successful drive yet! Between students, staff, and community members over 153 units were collected with 10 being dual red donors.

    Our next blood drive is scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 21st.  We look forward to continuing to grow the number of people who donate!

     

  • Stu Co Makes Bracelets for Journey Project

    Our Student Council once again stepped in to help make Journey Bracelets for cancer patients. This project was started by our school EMT, Laurell Scholz, who is also a breast cancer survivor. Ms. Scholz wanted to reach out to other survivors like herself that have had breast cancer. Each bead on the bracelet represents one part of the journey, with the goal to help those diagnosed to remind them that their spirit, symbolized by the circle of the bracelet, can never be broken. The project is funded by donations of beads or money and our Student Council provided a lot of donations for this project. The original goal of Ms. Scholz was to make 100 bracelets, but there are now close to 2400 on the wrists of cancer survivors. Each student council member also provided a hand written note to go along with the bracelet. Thanks Student Council and Ms. Laurell Scholz for providing these beautiful bracelets for cancer patients! 

  • DAR Good Citizen

    Chloe Christiaansen has been selected as the HUHS DAR Good Citizen for the Class of 2017.  Chloe was nominated by the faculty and selected by her peers for exhibiting the characteristics of a DAR Good Citizen: dependability, service, leadership and patriotism.  This honor includes a scholarship opportunity; Chloe's application and essay will be submitted to the local DAR Chapter for consideration.  Congratulations on your achievement Chloe!

  • Mary Poppins Fall Musical Tommy Nominations

    What are the Tommy Awards?

    Named for local Broadway star Tom Wopat, the Tommy Awards encourage, recognize and honor excellence in high school musical theater. Educators, and industry professionals review productions at more than 70 high schools in 23 counties and provide valuable feedback.  School and student achievements are honored and featured in an awards show held at Overture Center in June, and two outstanding performers advance to The National High School Musical Theater Awards (NHSMTA) competition in New York City

    This year the Production of Mary Poppins received 22 Nominations! Congratulations to everyone on the amazing accomplishment.  

  • Students Job Shadow at Northwestern Mutual

     

    On Thursday, November 17 a small group of students from HUHS had the opportunity to attend an IT job shadow experience at the Northwestern Mutual campus in Franklin.  At the beginning of the day, students were able to network with various NM employees to learn about (and drive!) the BeamPro telepresence robot, agile training in the "dojo", new technologies that will be implemented at NM's new downtown location and both high school and collegiate IT internship opportunities.  Then students were split into groups to learn about cyber security or shadow at the Help Desk.  Following lunch, students completed an activity in which they used a Makey Makey and Scratch software to come up with a way to stop a bully from stealing lunches!  At the conclusion of the trip, the students were excited about a career in IT and felt they had learned a lot about the diverse options available to those who pursue an IT career.  Many thanks to Northwestern Mutual for hosting a great event!

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  • Hartford Union High School District
  • 805 Cedar Street, Hartford, WI 53027
  • Phone: 262-670-3200 • Fax: 262-673-8943