May 1st is known as National College Decision Day, as it is often the deadline for students to make deposits to attend the college of their choice. In recognition of the National Day of deciding education choices after high school, we are asking Seniors to take part in "represent your college day" on Monday May 1. So if you don't have something already, get yourself some college wear to represent your choice and wear it on the 1st.
Filter & Selfies Needed!
Want to be a part of our filters (snapchat) or selfies page in the yearbook? Please submit any selfie or snapchat filter pics to email@example.com by Wednesday, May 10 to be included! We'd love to have a great variety!
Girls Field Hockey Sign up
All girls interested in signing up for Field Hockey in the fall of the 2017-18 school year should plan to attend the meeting on May 31st at 2:45 in room 101.
We are looking for more pictures from Prom for the yearbook pages. If you have pictures that you would like to share please send to firstname.lastname@example.org
Free Work Force Opportunity!
Workforce Development and WCTC are offering FREE Automotive and Welding Boot camps! Students can earn industry recognized certificates in fields that employers are hiring in! Students will be enrolled in the WIOA Youth program and receive job search assistance and case management until employment.
The Automotive Maintenance Bootcamp is expected to start June 19th. Students can expect to be in the classroom 4 days per week 6 hours per day for 9 weeks. Students will receive training in auto service fundamentals, brake systems and steering and suspension systems. Contact Nathan Engel for more information: NEngel5@wctc.edu or 262-695-7934
The Welding Bootcamp will start either later august or after Labor Day (we are waiting to see what type of response we get before determining a start date). Students can expect to be in the classroom 4 days per week 6 hours per day for 10-12 weeks. Students will learn industrial math, blueprint reading and gas metal arc welding. For those looking to further their education, this is a pathway to the Metal Fabrication Welding Program at WCTC. Contact Lauren Quinnies for more information: LQuinnies@wctc.edu or 262-695-8042
Audition packets for the HUHS production of Rogers and Hammerstein's "Cinderella" are now available in the Choir room and Main Office or you may click here.
Celebrate Poetry Month @ Your Library!
Stop in the library any time April 26-28th to try our fun poetry activities like Magnetic Poetry and Haikubes. Print out your favorite poem to share with others on Poem in Your Pocket Day on April 27th.
Student Council Charity Drive
Student Council is holding a charity drive this week. Donations can be made all day in the students' core classes on behalf of Mr. Martin, from science, Mr. Lane, for Math, Mr. Wick, for Social Studies, and Mrs. Carter for English. These four teachers will all be competing to collect the most money. The teacher who collect the most money will be pranked by dyeing his or her hair or wearing wacky clothes! All proceeds will be donated to Friends of Abused Families.
Did you miss the girls volleyball meeting? Information packets are available in the co-curricular office during school hours.
Senior To Do List
Pick up cap and gown orders in the Main Office
Complete the Senior Survey by April 28th
Childhood Photo for Graduation Video due May 1
Pick up Graduation tickets May 18th (survey must be complete to pick up tickets)
Pass all your classes - almost done, don't let senioritis set in.
Graduation Practice June 6th at 1:15 (Required - let employers know)
Graduation June 11th at 2:00
Girls Field Hockey Sign up and tryout information
If you are interested in playing Field Hockey next year, please contact Head Coach David Wiley at 262-853-0046 or email at email@example.com regarding summer camp and fall tryouts.
2nd Annual LOVE > hate 5K Run/Walk
The 2nd Annual LOVE>hate 5K Run/Walk will be held Saturday, May 6, 2017.
Staff - Let's see how many staff can sign up to show our support for this worthy cause.
Registration forms can be found in the Main Office. Click here to register online
Pancake Breakfast Tickets Available
Get your tickets in the athletic office for the Booster Pancake Breakfast. Bring your family for an early Mother's Day celebration. Surprise Grandma and Grandpa with pancakes and sausages. Hope to see you there. Tickets are $8 in advance or $10 at the door.
Join Peers For Peers
JOIN PEERS FOR PEERS!
If you like to listen, help others and learn more about teen issues today, then Peers could be the right club for you! Peers only requires attendance at monthly meetings and a few special events, so it can easily fit into most student schedules. Please see Mrs. Yu in the library for an application or to learn more. Applications are due no later than May 11th.
Career Exploration Series for Women
Waukesha County Technical College will host a Career Exploration Series, "Sirens of Safety," for Women in Protective Services. The four-day camp will be held Tuesday, June 20-Friday, June 23 from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the WCTC Pewaukee campus. Students will learn about occupations with good wages and great job opportunities, connect with professionals in the field and meet other women considering careers in protective services. Students can register at www.wctc.edu/career-event. For more information, contact Kate Baumann at (262) 691-5572 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ATTENTION ARTISTS, PHOTOGRAPHERS AND WRITERS!
If you'd like to see your work in print, please consider submitting any art, photography or writing for the spring publication of Creatif. Submissions should be emailed to Mrs. Herrmann: email@example.com. Please remember to include a title with your piece. Deadline for submission is April 30th.
ANNUAL FOUND POEM CONTEST
In honor of April Poetry Month the New York Times is once again holding their Found Poems Contest. Poems are due by May 9th, please see link for more information Eighth Annual Found Poem Contest
See Mrs. Herrmann if you need assistance.
ATTENTION ALL FOOTBALL PLAYERS & PARENTS
A Football Parent & Player organizational meeting will take place on May 15th from 6:00 - 8:00 in the HUHS Field House. Any questions can be directed to Coach Redders at firstname.lastname@example.org
Dance Team Tryouts
Dance meeting on Wednesday April 26th from 5:30-6:30 in the East Commons area.
The Competitive Dance team will be holding tryouts on May 3rd from 5:30 to 8:30 in the Field House for the 2017-18 season. If you have any question feel free to email email@example.com
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Don’t forget you can customize many apparel items with your name, number, or year to celebrate your athlete’s journey.
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BATTLE OF THE BOOKS
The HUHS Staff vs. Student Battle of the Books is launching! The Battle will take place the week of May 15th, and there are only 11 books on the list. You should aim to read at least 3 of the titles. Books on display in the library. Time to get reading! Please sign up below, and direct any questions to Mrs. Yu.