Hungry for the win against Beaver Dam, Hartford's Sharks of the Pool returned satisfied.
Competition was fierce. The sharks were fiercer.
The score (95-69) doesn't touch the story of this final dual between Hartford and Beaver Dam. Nearly every race was a tough fight for 1st and close 2nd, resulting in personal and seasonal bests (again) across the team.
Mitchell Worman 2nd 200 IM (2:16.92) & 3rd 100 breast (1:08.13)
1st for 200 Free Relay of Mitchell, Erik Doll, Zach Michalak, & Jordan
1st for 400 Free Relay of Jordan, Jeromy, Cory, & Santiago
Come watch these sharks of the pool in next week's final dual meet against West Bend - the toughest competitor in the Conference.
Josten Cap and Gown Order
Jostens Cap and Gown and Graduation orders will be taken in the main office until Thursday, January 26 after which time you may order online or mail your order directly to Jostens.
PARKING PERMIT TRANSFERS
If you are transferring a Parking Permit from one student to another, you MUST go through the Attendance Office to do so.
Please see Ms. Rolsma in the Attendance office to transfer a pass or if you have any questions.
SNOWED IN @ THE MOVIES
The Hartford Rec Department and Elevate are sponsoring the 10th annual "Snowed in @ the Movies", an all-night lock in at the Schubert's Hartford Theaters on Friday, January 27-28 from 9:30 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. This event is open to all area high school students! Tickets available the week before during Lunch/Flex/Resource or at the Hartford Rec Center. Please see flyer/permission slip for more information.
The tenative featured movies are: XXX: Return of Xander Cage PG13, Resident Evil- The Final Chapter R, La La Land PG13, The Bye Bye Man PG13, A Dogs Purpose PG.
Movies line up is subject to change and availablility.
Students will be able to turn in their money and permission slips during all lunches next Tuesday, January 24th - Thursday January 26th across from the Bird House
HUHS TUMBLERS ON SALE NOW
Show your Oriole pride with this awesome tumbler. Gymnastics is selling the 24 ounce BPA Free Tumbler. Ask one of our gymnists or stop into the co-curricular office.
TEXT BOOK RETURN
Please return all first semester textbooks to the library as soon as you are finished with them. Also, students who need textbooks for second semester can stop in the library any time to check them out.
SENIORS PLANNING ON ATTENDING TECHNICAL COLLEGE
Moraine Park Technical College will be holding Accuplacer testing here at HUHS on Tuesday, March 21 at 7 a.m. in Room 89/91. There is a $10 test fee, cash or check, that will be collected on the day of the test. Checks can be made out to Moraine Park Technical College or MPTC. The Accuplacer test fulfills admission placement test requirements at many technical colleges throughout the state. You can use your results to find out how ready you are for college. If interested, a sign-up sheet is available in the Counseling Office. The deadline to register is Tuesday, March 14 at 2:45 p.m.
Short Story Writers
Writing Contest! Attention Short Story Writers: Please consider submitting your realistic fiction short story to this contest. Entries must be received by April 30th. See Mrs. Herrmann or visit the writing center if you need assistance.
Semester Exams - January 19th & 20th
Kick off the New Year with Special Savings on your Sideline Store NOW - Saturday, Jan 28th
Enter Coupon Code 2017 Special now through Jan 28th to SAVE 15% on orders of $85 or more!
Attention Creative Writers of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror
Softball Open Gym every Monday starting January 9th from 7:30 - 9:00 in the small gym. See or email Coach Kutz for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org
LOST & FOUND
The lost and found will be cleaned out at the end of the semester. Last day to claim items will be January 27th. Please stop into the Attendance Office to look for or claim your lost clothing, glasses, books, waterbottles... All unclaimed items will be donated to local charity.
UW Badger Band Concert Tickets
Hartford Union High School is hosting a Badger Band Concert Saturday, February 18th, 2017 at 1:00pm in the HUHS Field House.
We have Badger Band concert tickets available for purchase in the Activities/Athletics office from Mrs. Hermann. General Admission tickets are $10 and can be paid with cash or check payable to HUHS. Tickets can also be purchased online at badgerbandshow2017.eventbrite.com if you would like to purchase with a credit or debit card.
This event supports the 2017/2018 Instrumental Music London Trip. Let's show our Badger pride!
Our next ACP homeroom will be on Tuesday January 31st
HUHS TALENT SHOW
Fire up the amps, drag out the tap shoes and hone that comedy act; it's time for the annual HUHS Talent Show. Auditions will be taking place on January 31st and February 8th in room 146 from 5:00 - 7:00. For more information please see Ms. Parker or a member of the student councel.
GRIDIRON TRIVIA NIGHT
HUHS Football Gridiron Club will be hosting it's 3rd annual Trivia Night, the theme this year is Night at the Movies. Open to all high school students, families, friends and community members.Registration Form is due by February 17th. contact Mr. Skifton at email@example.com with questions.
Valentine's Day Flower Grams
Send to your friends, your teachers, your whole class, your colleagues - anyone you care about! For $3.00, your choice of red, pink, or white carnation, along with your personalized message, will be delivered during first hour on Tuesday, February 14th. Look for our table at lunch during the week of Feb 6th - 10th, or pre-order from Mrs. Herrmann (room 90; firstname.lastname@example.org) or members of the Mock Trial Team.
HUHS Scholarship Foundation Application Forms Now Available to Seniors
The HUHS Scholarship Foundation application forms are now available for seniors on the counseling page of our website under scholarships.
Please follow the directions provided. Applications are due no later than Monday, February 27, 2017, by 3:00 pm, in the Counseling Office. Please note that no late applications will be accepted.
UW Washington County Scholarship
Seniors, if you plan to attend UW Washington County in the fall of 2017, you are eligible to apply for a scholarship. The application process to apply for scholarships for the 2017-2018 school year is now open. There are a variety of scholarships available to help offset the cost of college. The Washington County Campus Foundation awards $160,000 in scholarships every year to UW-Washington County students. Students can visit the foundation's website, www.wccf-wi.org, for more information and to apply. The application process is open until February 15, with scholarship winners scheduled to be announced by May.