Technology Services
Technology Services

Connected Learning

HUHS is committed to providing a robust support system for student learning and staff productivity. At the core of this is quality service, person to person, and a robust network infrastructure. HUHS provides students a laptop they can take home, a dense wireless infrastructure to support learning in the classroom and desktop, network and curriculum integration support that is always in the building. 

Students and staff have access to Google Apps for Education for productivity and collaboration. A variety of online databases is available via the library media center to guide research and discovery., one of the best video libraries for learning on the web, is also available for our students and staff to build their skills. 

Finally, security is of utmost concern to the district. We employ a next generation firewall to protect our internal network, along with constantly updated and patched systems that help run our storage, switches and computers. 

Help Desk

Click here to email the Help Desk for support. Please email the Help Desk for all your technology related questions. Your question will be routed to the appropriate person from there. The Help Desk email is only for HUHS students and staff. Email addresses outside of our domain will not be accepted. 

Connecting to a Printer

Need help adding a printer? See these directions!

Printing Procedure for Students who Bring Their Own Device

Students who have opted out of using an HUHS issued laptop and bring their own have a different way of printing called a Web Print  Please follow these instructions explaining how do that.

Note: Students who bring their own device and have to use the Web Print feature can only print to the Library printer in black and white.  If you want to print something in color you would have to use one of four computers in Library near the silent work area room or use another student’s computer.  

Acceptable Use Policies

Student Policy
Student AUP Addendum


HUHS offers students and families the option to use personal computing devices. Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) is a technology trend in both educational environments and many workplaces.

Forms and Resources

Personal Communication Devices Policy 5136

Student Network and Internet Acceptable Use and Safety Policy 7540.03

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