April 13, 2018
 Hartford Union High School District
Rotary Students of the Month for April
The Hartford Rotary is pleased to announce the senior Students of the Month for April are Hannah Goodchild and Alyssa Hoppe. This honor is based on academics, character, leadership, co-curricular, and volunteer work. Congratulations to Hannah and Alyssa.


Hannah Goodchild
Alyssa Hoppe

Cap & Gown Pick Up 

Coaches vs Cancer
Congratulations HUHS and Slinger for being recognized as the top contributor of the 2017 Coaches vs. Cancer. Together we raised $12,483!!  #attackcancer

Pictured above left to right: Slinger Athletic Director and Coach with their spouses: Amy & Mike Daniels, Brenda & Bill Jacklin.  Hartford Coach and Athletic Director with spouses:  Carol & John Redders and Kristen & Scott Helms.  This event  Saturday  evening raised $1,086,317 
S.T.E.A.M. Alive and Well at HUHS!!!
Since Quarter 2, Freshman Cohort and Honors English 9 classes were granted the opportunity to study an American scientific literary classic: Rachel Carson's lyrically erudite  Silent Spring .  Students formed collaborative teams and used Carson's text as a springboard to research a variety of historical, medical, and scientific topics.  This past  Monday , thirty students presented their research platforms and findings to their peers at UW-Madison's Discovery Center as part of The Great Texts Consortium.  Eight projects of those hundreds submitted were designated winners.  HUHS Freshmen Valerie Biddulph, Ella Merklein, and Irene Wilson won recognition for their research and presentation on Energy Conservation and Kinetic Tiles.  Great effort by all staff and students involved!


Wisconsin Online Youth Risk Behavior Survey
Our students are taking part in the Wisconsin Online Youth Risk Behavior Survey sponsored by Well Washington County this spring.  The survey will be administered at HUHS between April 30 and May 2. The survey will ask about behaviors that result in unintentional and intentional injuries, tobacco use, and alcohol and other drug use.  There will be questions about sexual behaviors that may result in HIV infection, other sexually transmitted diseases, and unwanted pregnancies. Moreover, there will be questions on dietary behavior and physical activity.

Students will be asked to fill out a computer-based questionnaire that takes about 25 minutes to complete.  The survey has been designed to protect your child's privacy. Students will not put their names on the survey. Also, no class or student will ever be mentioned by name in a report of the results.

The survey assists state and local education and health agencies in monitoring and assessing characteristics of school health education; physical education and physical activity; school health policies related to HIV infection/AIDS, tobacco-use prevention, bullying and sexual harassment; nutrition and health services; school health coordination; and family and community involvement in school health programs. Data from the survey is used to improve school health programs. To read parent and student frequently asked questions, click here .  To view the Well Washington County YRBS survey, click here .  

We would like all students to take part in the survey, but the survey is voluntary . No action will be taken against you, or your child, if your child does not take part. Students can skip any question they do not wish to answer. In addition, students may stop participating in the survey at any point without penalty..  If you do not want your child to participate, please complete and return the   Passive Parental Permission Form to Hartford Union High School's Student Services Office.  If you have any further questions about the survey, please call Mike Corrie, Director of Student Services, or Patti Christel, School Social Worker at 262-670-3214.
Chicago Field Trip

Students from AP Art History and AP Art Studio spent last Friday at the Art Institute of Chicago. While there, students enjoyed artwork from around the world and from various time periods.
AP BioPsych Bundle Presentation
ITOP Press Release

This past  Friday  AP Psychology teacher Terry Wick and AP Biology teacher Kevin Martin had the opportunity to travel to Iowa and present at the Iowa Teachers of Psychology conference.  While the conference focuses on teachers from Iowa, there were also guests from Wisconsin, Ohio, Illinois, and Louisiana.

The two HUHS teachers presented The AP BioPsych Bundle: Shaping Hearts and Minds.  The presentation focused on the collaboration involved in this multidisciplinary course, the use of project-based learning methods, and the incorporation of lab-based learning in both AP Biology and AP Psychology.

The presentation was well received by high school teachers and college professors alike, but it was summed up best by one professor in particular.

Nationally recognized educator and author, Charles Blair-Broeker stated, "It is obvious you two have a passion for your teaching. This is exactly the kind of program I want to learn more about. This is a great combination of courses.  When can I come visit your classroom?" Charles has been teaching Psychology at the high school and collegiate level for over 35 years. He has written multiple books on the subject and even has a national Teachers of Psychology Award named after him.  It was an honor just to have him present in the room for the breakout session.
Prom Court


Pictured from left to right: Savannah Ott and Josh Storz, Rachel Zuern & David Buhle, Haleigh Reinbold & Tanner Brault, Carriden Krebs & Jacob Loosen, Taylor Ohm & Cody Werner, Maddie Hoxworth & Mitchell Worman, Cady Uttech & Philip Hoeschele, Ava Schaefer and Samuel Klosowski.

Prom will be on  Sat, April 21 from 8 pm  to 12 am (doors open at 7:45 pm) at the Chandelier Ballroom in Hartford. This years theme is "Golden Empire."

FBLA State

On April 9 & 10, 16 Hartford FBLA members represented our chapter at the FBLA State Leadership Conference in La Crosse, WI.  The two day conference gave members the opportunity to attend leadership workshops and go on local business tours to increase their business and leadership knowledge. In addition, members competed in various business, marketing and information technology related events.  The following students have qualified to compete at the FBLA National Leadership Conference in Baltimore, MD this June:
  • Annabelle Noyes - Intro to Financial Math - 3rd place
Honorable Mentions include:
  • Ted Colwell - Economics - 6th place
In addition to our members individual accomplishments, our chapter was also recognized for completing the National Outstanding Local Chapter award which emphasizes chapter activities that promote membership, community service and educational components at the local level.  

Finally, members that are elected to the Wisconsin FBLA State Leadership Team are the voice of our student membership at the State level of FBLA and are an important part of the program development, event planning and membership recruitment activities throughout the year.  This year Hartford FBLA member Marley Kreger was elected to serve as the Wisconsin FBLA 2018-2019 State President.  Congratulations Marley!
FFA Members Excel at Regionals
Last Friday, FFA members competed in 8 different team career development events at Fox Valley Technical College. 4 teams qualified to compete at the state contests on  April 26th, including Dairy Products (4th place team members include: Erin Schmidt [11th individual] Chey Krell [15th], Noelle Hegy [22nd] and Anna Acup [71st]), Dairy Cattle Evaluation (11th place team: Brandon Strupp [25th],  Jesse Schmidt [36th], Parker Neu [95th], Emily Gehring [71st]), Ag Mechanics (4th place team: Evan Thomas [13th], Mike Scepanski [11th], Josh Klink [17th]) and Vet Science (Olivia Pusch [28th], Tate Stoeckman [36th], Alex Strock [41st] and Tiffany Griesmer [72nd]). 

Thank you to our team coaches including Jeff and Carol Strupp, Ken Weninger, Jon Schwendiman and Jamie Buedler.


FFA Members Selected for State Honors Choir
FFA Members Leah Weninger and Milena Weber were selected to participated in the State FFA Honors Choir this summer. Leah is a third year member who this last year was also selected for the National Choir and Milena will be a first year member. They will sing at the State FFA Convention in June and during the last weekend of the Wisconsin State Fair.

Best Wishes,
Kimberly Schadrie
In This Issue
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Student Announcements 
Lunch Menu
District Calendars 
Rev Track
Calendar of Events
APR 16  - School Board Meeting 

APR 17  - Jostens Cap & Gown Order Pick Up

APR 18  - Student Council Blood Drive

APR 21 - Prom

APR 28 - State Solo & Ensemble

MAY 
2
Focus On Connections

MAY Cabaret Night

MAY  5 - LOVE>hate 5K

MAY 12  - Senior Classic

MAY 21  - No School for Students - School Board Meeting

MAY 2 - Scholarship Evening

MAY  23 - Spring Band/Orchestra Concert

MAY  24 - Student Recognition & Day of Service

MAY  26  - Love For Logan Run/Walk

MAY  28 - Memorial Day - No School

MAY  29 & 30 - Spring Choral Concert at Schauer Center

MAY  31 - Musical Auditions
Spring Scholarship Blood Drive


HUHS will be hosting its annual Spring Blood Drive on Wednesday, April 18th, with appointments from  7:30 AM until  12:30 PM.  A single donation can save three lives. T o sign up or contact  student.council@huhs.org .

Students must be 16 years old to donate with parent or guardian permission. Parent permission slips can be found at  https://www.versiti.org/Custom/Files.  They are also available outside of room 108. PLEASE use this permission slip and not prior slips as information has been updated and prior versions are no longer valid.  

For this special blood drive, Student Council will be offering a scholarship to a graduating senior or recent graduate who donates! All donors can nominate a current senior or recent grad (class of 2018, 2017, or 2016) to have their name placed into a drawing for the $200 scholarship.  

In addition, we will be raffling off five pairs of 2 tickets to Mt. Olympus to any potential donors.
Attention Seniors - Scholarship Night
Save the date:  Senior Scholarship Night will take place on TUESDAY MAY 22nd at 6:00 pm in Drama Lecture. 
 
If you have received any scholarships, please use the link below to complete the form so that we can recognize you at this event!  The form can be submitted multiple times if you received several scholarships.  If you have any questions, stop in Student Services or  please contact  kari.erickson@huhs.org
 
Prom Dresses Needed
Do you have a formal dress hanging in your closet that you have not worn within the last ten years? HUHS is looking for any formal dresses that have been gently worn. Donations can be dropped off in Student Services Office until  April 21
HUHS & Hartford Community Events and Fundraisers
Wellness Fair April 18
Parent Information Network - Upcoming Events

NAMI Depression Presentation - May 1
Cabaret Night - May 4

LOVE>hate 5K - May 5
Click  here  for details.
Washington County Clean Sweep
Saturday, May 5, 8:00am - 12noon
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Play 4 Cade - May 11,12,13
Click here for Sponsorship Information
Click here for the Baseball Tournament Information
Click here for the flyer with more information
Click here for t-shirt order form
HUHS Day of Service - May 24
Click here for more information and to read the letter that was sent out in our community.
Love 4 Logan - Logan's Laps for Love - Saturday, May 26
Click below to go to the facobook page.

Click here for sponsorship information!
Silver Lining 5K for Boys & Girls Club - June 3

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Gridiron Golf Outing
Click  here  for the registration form.

Support the HUHS Scholarship Foundation with Amazon Smile
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Hartford Community Happenings


The Hartford Business Improvement District is constantly organizing awesome events in our city. Click  here  to go to their facebook page.
Hartford Chronicle

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Free and Reduced Price Meals Application
Applications for free and reduced price meals are accepted at any time during the school-year. If your employment or household circumstances have changed and you believe you may qualify, please complete an  application at this time. If you have questions, contact  monica.glorioso@huhs.org or  (262) 670-3315.

Click here to view an income chart to see if you qualify

Click here for an application
Student Services
WIAA PE CREDIT FOR SPORTS
Spring sports deadline for WIAA PE Credit will be as listed below. Click here for the form.
  • Boys and Girls Track June 15, 2018
  • Boys Golf June 19, 2018
  • Girls Softball June 22, 2018
  • Boys Tennis June 22, 2018
  • Boys Baseball June 28, 2018
  • Girls Soccer June 30, 2018
TRANSCRIPTS

Class of 2018 - Seniors may need to request an initial transcript from Parchment if they are applying to colleges.  

If a Parchment account has not been set up yet, please go to   www.huhs.org, where the link to Parchment is available by clicking on Transcripts at the bottom of the page.

Any transcript questions can be directed to the Student Services Office.

The Student Services office will provide one (1) free copy of your 7th semester transcript.  This transcript will have an official ink stamp seal so you can make as many copies as you need for scholarship applications.  If you lose your free copy, there will be a $5 charge for any additional copies requested.

Please stop in the Student Services office to sign up.  Please allow 1-2 days for your transcript to be ready for pick up.
  
UW Campus Regional Placement Testing

Senior students who have been admitted to a UW campus are invited to participate in Regional Placement Testing. As a result of taking the tests, students find out their appropriate level of math, English, and foreign language to begin in college.
Students can register online for Regional Placement Testing, beginning February 1. The benefit of Regional Placement Testing is that students can take the test close to where they live, and they don't need to travel to the campus that they'd like to attend. Also, students need register for only one placement test even if they have been admitted to different UW campuses, or if they change their mind about which UW campus to attend. All UW campuses have access to each student's scores.


Early College Credit Program (ECCP)

The 2017-19 State of Wisconsin Biennial Budget included new language regarding high school students who take courses for college credit. The budget combines the Course Options and Youth Options programs into a single new program called the Early College Credit Program (ECCP).
High school students at public and private high schools may be permitted to enroll in a UW System institution, or an alternative private, non-profit institution of higher education to take courses to earn high school credit, post-secondary credit, or both. Course costs are shared among the school district/private school and the state (and in some cases, the student's family). 
Students in grades  9-12 may be eligible to take courses during the fall, spring, or summer semesters. Students may submit their completed forms to school officials by  March 1 for summer/fall semester - or  October 1for spring semester.
For more information, contact your child's counselor.

ACT TESTING - 2017-18

All students considering a two or four-year college experience are reminded to take the ACT test during their junior year.  Students can register for the ACT at www.actstudent.org. When registering, students will need the HUHS school code, which is 500-850.   Please remember to check the website to see if the college(s) your son or daughter is considering requires or recommends the ACT writing test.   The test fee for the ACT is $46.00 and the ACT with writing is $62.50.   If you feel you cannot afford the test fee, please ask your child's counselor if you are eligible for a fee waiver. 
 
HUHS is an ACT test center for all testing dates (except February 10).  The test dates for the 2017-2018 school year are:
 
April 14, 2018                                     June 9, 2018                                     July 14, 2018
 
Note:   Please keep in mind all juniors are required by state law to take the ACT at the high school on February 27 (no cost to the student on February 27).    When considering whether or not to sign up to take the February 10 or April 14 ACT, it may be best for students to take the February 27 test, then decide whether or not to retake the test in June or July based upon February results.

Athletics and Activities
Baseball Preview
Hartford Union returns four all-conference players this season, led by senior third baseman Blake Lazaris, who was a first-team All-Wisconsin Little Ten Conference selection a season ago.  Seniors Myles Zimdars (RF), and Zach Braun (C) and junior Scott Savage (OF) also return. Zimdars and Braun made second team, while Savage was third team. Rounding out the returning starters are seniors Nick Vogel (SS) and Garret Thomas (OF/P).  Other returning letterwinners for third-year coach Eric Vanden Acker are seniors Zach Lutz (P), George Trawitzki (P) and Bobby Crandall (OF).  "This returning experience should result in a team that has a strong offensive approach at the plate and will be able to score runs against quality pitching," Vanden Acker said. "Defensively, we have nearly all positions returning from a team that was strong up the middle. We will have to find a group of starting pitchers that can step up and keep us in games."  The Orioles went 10-14 and finished in the middle of the pack of the WLT with an 8-8 conference record.  Outside of Thomas, Lutz and Crandall, there are some more arms in a group of 10 newcomers.  "There were valuable varsity innings gained last year by some pitchers, and that experience will hopefully go a long way in determining the success of our team this season," Vanden Acker said.  The newcomers are Jake Weston, Cody Werner, Zach Brewer, Lucas Simon, Dion Miszewski, Trent Birkel, Brock Burg, Nick Balmer, Zach Siebenlist and Nick Bieganski.
 
  Hartford Union's Myles Zimdars was a All-Wisconsin Little Ten Conference second team selection last season as junior outfielder.  Daily News
Hartford Girls Soccer Opens Season with Victory!
The Hartford Union girls soccer team earned a shutout in its first game of the season with a 2-0 win against Mukwonago on Tuesday The game was originally scheduled to be a home game for the Orioles, but the wintry weather moved the game to Mukwonago.  Maddie Hoxworth and Kayla Okla each scored in the first half for Hartford.  "The goals for the Orioles were well earned tonight," Hartford coach Kevin Martin said. "Kayla played a low ball into Maddie with her back to the goal just outside of the Mukwonago goal box. Hoxworth took the ball to her right, creating just enough space for a shot.  "She hit a low skipping shot in past the Mukwonago  keeper."  Each player also assisted on the other's goal.  "Hoxworth took a corner from the left side. She played a low ball to the near post. Okla made a direct run in and redirected the ball past the Mukwonago keeper on the near post," Martin said. "We worked on this the night before in practice. It is so great to see how the girls are transitioning from practice to game so early in the season."  Martin said each side had its opportunities to score in the first half, but the cold, rainy and windy weather diminished those chances in the second half. The Orioles outshot the Indians, 8-7.  Maddy Sieczkowski made fives saves for the Orioles.  
Softball: 2018 Season Preview
HARTFORD UNION 
Coach: Dave Hoxworth (first season)  Last season: 6-18 (2-12 WLT, tied seventh)  Postseason: Lost to Oshkosh West, 101, in Division 1 regional semifinal

Returning starters: Cady Uttech (Jr., Second team All-WLT), Sierra Bauer (Sr.), Briel Burg (Soph.), Mercedes Gresbach (Sr.), Elizabeth Groonwald (Sr.), Chloe Hansen (Jr.), Taylor Ohm (Jr.), Lauren Oman (Sr.), Olivia Pusch (Sr.), Haleigh Reinbold (Jr.), Chloe Staudt (Soph.), Ally Vogel (Jr.)

Newcomers: Maci Meyer, Grace Schmitt

Quotable: "In the little bit of time that I have had to work with the team, it appears that we will be stronger in all three phases of the game - hitting, pitching and defense. They were a young team last year with seven underclassmen. We now have a lot of experience in the program and we are anxious to start the season." - coach Hoxworth
 
Boys Tennis 2018 Season Preview
HARTFORD UNION

Coach: Andy Andress 2017: 10-11 (4-2 WLT)
Postseason results: Sixth at Arrowhead subsectional, sixth at Waunakee sectional 
Returning starters: Senior Kris Bender (No. 2 doubles), junior Tanner Brault (No. 1 doubles), junior James Ceman (No. 2 singles), junior Gabe Hoffmann (No. 3 doubles), senior Kevin Kreuser (No. 3 singles), senior Nathan Melsheimer (No. 3 doubles) 
Other returners: junior Thomas Kellicut, sophomore Allan Kreuser
Newcomers: Junior Phil Hoeschele, senior Devin Proksch, junior Tate Stoeckmann, junior Robbie Wolff
Quotable: "With the change in conference we know we will face a lot of tough competition this season. We have a very veteran team of players that I am expecting to rise to the challenge. There is a lot of versatility with our players as far as whether they play singles or doubles, which hopefully will prove to be an asset as we try to determine a lineup that gives us the best chance to compete each and every match." - coach Andress  
Hartford Gymnasts Earn Sportsmanship Recognition
Hartford gymnasts, Slinger wrestlers earn sportsmanship recognition
The Hartford Union gymnastics team and the Slinger wrestling team received an honorable mention for the WIAA Team Sportsmanship Awards for the 2017-18 winter state tournaments.

According to the WIAA, schools receiving honorable mention are acknowledged with a certificate of recognition. The selection process includes contributions and evaluations from contest officials, tournament management, police and security personnel, crowd control and ushers, WIAA staff members, area hotels and restaurants.

The winners for each winter sport were Valders (boys basketball), Marshall (girls basketball), D.C Everest coop (girls hockey), Hudson (gymnastics) and Ellsworth (wrestling).
- Daily News

College Recruiting Presentation

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Athletic Department Scholarships
Each school year, the HUHS Athletic Department will present four $500 scholarships to
graduating seniors. The Scholarship panel will select two athletes (one male and one female) for both the HUHS Athletic Leadership Scholarship and the HUHS Athletic Scholarship.
  


All applications are due to the Co-Curricular office by  3:00 p.m. on  Monday, April 24. Finalists
will be notified by email and will interview with the HUHS Athletic Scholarship Panel on
Wednesday, April 26.

 
Sideline Store Sale

Go to: www.sidelinestores.com to place an order

Booster Club Updates
Booster Club in need of President and Secretary

Our next Booster Club Meeting will be  Wednesday April 18th at 7:00 Pm in room 103.  A few agenda items we will be discussing are Nominations for President and Secretary.  If you are interested in serving a 2 year term, or know someone who might be interested we would love to have you at the meeting.  Below you will find a description of the duties for president and secretary.  

President Duties: The president shall be the chief executive officer of the club and shall preside at all meetings of the club.

Secretary: The secretary shall record the minutes of all meetings of the organization, conduct correspondence for the club, keep an updated membership list, and other duties as assigned.

If you are interested in learning more about the Booster Club please contact one of the Board Members- Janel Stephans,  7stephans@gmail.com, Kelly Morey,  kmorey@mcw.edu,  Monica Braun, tbraunx4@att.net, or Tom Werner.
Coaching/Advising Positions
Head Girls Golf Coach
Assistant Girls Golf Coach
Head Competitive Dance Coach
Boys JV2 Soccer Coach

Contact Scott Helms if interested
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