February 9, 2018
 Hartford Union High School District
ACT Testing  - VERY IMPORTANT!
Calendar Changes
ACT Testing Date - 
February 27, 2018 - 
ONLY JUNIORS REPORT TO SCHOOL

ACT Work Keys Testing Date - 
February 28, 2018 - 
ONLY JUNIORS REPORT FROM 7:25-11:20 AM, 
ALL STUDENTS REPORT FROM 11:20-2:45 pm
*Buses will run two routes for pick up on February 28, one in the morning for Juniors, one later for the Freshmen, Sophomores, and Seniors.

Dear Parents or Guardians of Juniors,
 
Juniors will take the state-mandated ACT Plus Writing and the ACT WorkKeys on Tuesday, February 27 and Wednesday, February 28, respectively. The tests can only be taken on these dates, or their makeup dates of March 20 and March 21. It is critically important that every effort be made for your child to be in attendance and on time to school on these test dates. There is no cost and no registration to take the test on these dates.
 
These tests are part of the Wisconsin accountability system and are taken by all juniors in the state. Results are used in a variety of ways, including college admissions, curriculum and instructional decisions at HUHS, and as part of the School Report Card rating issued by the Department of Instruction (DPI).
 
Our average composite score on the ACT last year was 19.9, below many other area high schools. We certainly want to improve this, but to do so it is important for all students to take the test and to give their best effort, regardless of their plans after high school.
 
The following information is important for both you and your child and applies to both test days.  Please take a moment to review these items with your child.
 
  • Juniors will be in school 7:25-1:00 on Tuesday and 7:25-2:45 on Wednesday. Normal busing is provided.
  • Students must have soft-lead #2 pencils (no mechanical pencils) and a picture ID, such as their student ID or driver's license; a calculator is also strongly recommended.
  • Cell phones and electronic devices, other than calculators, are not allowed during testing and breaks. Any student using any electronic device, other than a calculator, during testing or breaks, will be dismissed from testing. This includes cell phones buzzing or beeping during testing and breaks.
  • Please contact the Attendance Office if you need to reach your child for any reason. Do not call or text your child directly.
  • Students may not read, talk, or do other work while testing is in progress.
  • Eating or drinking in the testing room is prohibited.
  On Tuesday, February 27 only:
  • A free breakfast will be served from 7:00-7:40.
  • Testing begins at approximately 8:00. Students should plan to arrive by 7:25. Any student arriving after testing begins will not be able to test that day.
  • Free water and snacks will be available during a 15-minute break to occur at approximately 10:15. Your child may bring snacks, but these can only be consumed during the break.
  • Students will be released after completing the tests around 1:00PM. 
  • There will be an optional bag lunch option for students in the cafeteria after testing concludes
On Wednesday, February 28 only:
  • There will be an optional breakfast available for purchase in the cafeteria from 6:45-7:15AM
  • Testing begins right away at 7:25. Again, any student arriving after testing begins will not be able to test that day.
  • There is a 15 minute break, but no snacks will be provided. Please plan accordingly.
  • Lunch begins at 10:45 for juniors or those who wish to eat lunch at HUHS
  • Freshmen, sophomores, and seniors will report by 11:20, as school will resume with 25 minute classes 11:20-2:45
 
You can also assist by encouraging your child to give his or her best effort while taking the assessments.  Here are some tips to help your child prepare for successful testing:
 
  • Keep a positive attitude and simply do your best
  • Pay attention to the directions as they are read
  • Pace yourself
  • Complete the easier questions first, and then go back to finish the rest
  • Try to eliminate some of the choices, and then choose the best answer
  • Answer every question, even if you have to guess
  • Don't worry if others finish before you; testing does not end early, even if everyone has finished
  • Go back and recheck your answers, if you finish before time is called
  • Make sure you have filled in all answers for the test
 
Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions or concerns you have. I can be reached at  rachel.janczak@huhs.org , or by phone at  262-670-3200 ext.373 .
 
Thank you,
 
Rachel Janczak
District Data and Assessment Coordinator
Hartford Union High School

Rotary Students of the Month for February
The Hartford Rotary is pleased to announce the senior Students of the Month for February are Kylie Grinwald and Callie Seegert. This honor is based on academics, character, leadership, co-curricular, and volunteer work. Congratulations to Kylie and Callie.


Kylie Grinwald
Callie Seegert

An Important Message form the Dean of Students
Dear Parents and Guardians,
 
The advent of Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems (ENDS), vapor products or "vaping," has created new concerns for our community and school districts. According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, more than 2 million middle and high school students were using e-cigarettes in 2016. It also estimated that in 2016 approximately 11% of high school students and 4.3% of middle school students were using these products.

Please click here for the full letter from our Dean of Students.


One common vapor product is called a "Juul." It looks like a flash drive or, when plugged into a computer, a wireless router. It is small and easy to conceal, and can easily be concealed in pens, markers, and highlighters. The vaping juice, "Juulpod," contains the same amount of nicotine as a pack of cigarettes.

Vaping or ENDS Vapor Products:




Course Planner in Career Cruising
Your child will receive course selection information in Homeroom on  Monday, February 12 .  A great way to map out classes is the use of Course Planner in Career Cruising.  In December, letters were mailed home with parent access code information.  Logging in as a parent allows you to see your child's Academic and Career Plan.  If you have misplaced your letter, please e-mail  careercruising@huhs.org  for a new code.  We encourage you and your child to utilize all Career Cruising has to offer as s/he plans for courses for the 2018-19 school year.
FFA District Leadership Development
FFA had a great night at the district Leadership Development Events last Monday! Our members earned: second place in parliamentary procedure (Brandon, Jake, Erin, Leah, Chey and Tiffany), second place in extemporaneous speaking (Tiffany), second place in prepared public speaking (Molly), and first place discussion meet (Brandon), all of which are headed to sectionals! The chapter also had a third place for employability skills (Chey) and a fourth place, finals round qualifying discussion meet member (Leah). They will compete at the sectional contest at Big Foot High School on  March 12th .
FBLA Regionals
On Saturday, February 3, 2018 Hartford FBLA hosted the Wisconsin FBLA Region VI Leadership Conference.  At this conference over 700 students from 24 schools came to Hartford Union High School to compete in various business, marketing and information technology based events.  Members also attended workshops and networked with members from other FBLA chapters.  In addition to putting in lots of hard work to ensure our conference was a success, 15 Hartford FBLA members qualified to compete in their respective events at the State Leadership Conference in LaCrosse at the beginning of April:
  • Marley Kreger, Sophia Stingl & Jordyn Sutrick - Broadcast Journalism - 1st place
     
  • Theodore Colwell - Economics - 1st place
  • Kaitlyn Garms, Hannah Goodchild & Sheridan Schmitt - Graphic Design - 1st place
  • Annabelle Noyes - Introduction to Financial Math - 1st place
  • Emily Perschbacher - Business Communications - 2nd place
  • Lauren Hautala - Electronic Career Portfolio - 2nd place
  • Rebecca Colwell - Introduction to Parliamentary Procedure - 2nd place
  • Patrick Flanagan, Dion Miszewski & George Trawitzki - Entrepreneurship - 3rd place
  • Jordyn Schmitt - Intro to Business Communications - 3rd place
Honorable Mentions:
  • Thomas Kellicut - Accounting II - 4th place
  • Payton Weber - Introduction to Business - 4th place
  • Emily Ott - Accounting I - 5th place
  • Callie Seegert - Healthcare Administration - 5th place
  • Bryce Zimdars & Myles Zimdars - Sports & Entertainment Management - 5th place
  • Taylor Bever & Madelyn Lambie - Marketing - 6th place
  • Lauren Oman - Business Communications - 7th place
  • Alaina Brown - Introduction to FBLA - 7th place
  • Randy Langenbach - Personal Finance - 7th place
  • Emily Rohloff & Tim Seramur - Hospitality Management - 8th place
A special thank you to all of our conference sponsors, judges and volunteers - we could not have put on a successful conference without all of you!

SMART Students to Present Research Findings at National Biochemist Convention
Hartford Union High School students have received approval from the Board of Education to take two separate trips - one in March to San Diego and another during spring break in 2019 to London and Dublin.  Student members of the HUHS SMART team (Students Modeling a Research Topic) will travel to San Diego from March 19-22 to attend the national convention of the American Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. SMART team Advisor and Biology teacher Mark Arnholt submitted the request for the trip, which past SMART team members have taken before.  "This will be the fourth time the SMART team has presented at this convention," Arnholt said in the memo describing the request. "They will present their research findings to the professional and academic community."  SMART team members are involved in "cutting-edge research" in their work to create 3-D models in support of their research findings.

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SMART Team member and junior Lauren Hautala, 16, positions her microscope to look at an adenocarcinoma of endometrium cell after school with teacher Mark Arnholt and junior Cara Kennedy, 16, on Friday afternoon at Hartford Union High School. The SMART Team will travel to San Diego in March for a conference.

Teacher Mark Arnholt, center, poses for a photo in his classroom with members of the SMART Team: from left, Mya Tomashek, 16, Britney Lane, 17, Lauren Hautala, 16, Cara Kennedy, 16, Sierra Staus, 18, Jack Spudich, 18, Jacob Pepin, 17, Morgan Cina, 18, Andrea O'Bryon, 17, Melissa Bohn, 17, and Aysiah Jaeke, 17.
John Ehlke/Daily News




Congrats to our Mathletes
Congratulations to the Math Team who represented HUHS at the Arrowhead Math Invite this week! Our Varsity and JV Mathletes had a strong showing at the competition, but had some really tough competition. 

Highlights for the night included:

1)  Caden Benson and Thomas Kellicut  were the top two Varsity scorers!  

2)  Nicole Schramm led the JV Team with 11 points and Lilly Betts had 10 points.

GPS Education Partners

Snowcoming Court 2018
On Saturday, February 3, 2018 Hartford Union High School finished up their Snowcoming week with the Dance where the Queen representing Girls Basketball, Emily Perschbacher was crowned and King representing Wrestling, Jack Spudich was also crowned. The students finished off a busy week of dress up days, a pep rally, rivalry basketball games against Slinger with the annual winter dance. The dance was a retro theme to celebrate the small gym before it gets reconstructed at the end of this month. 

From Left to Right, Standing: Britney Lane (Student Council), Catherine Vanlare (Mock Trial), Zach Michalak (Boys Swimming), Ethan Mullman (Boys Basketball), Carlie Rouse (Peers for Peers), Brendan Stanley (Boys Swimming), Trevor Gruszynski (Robotics), April Alsum (Spring Play), Olivia Gregariou (Creatif), Katey Tadlock (Model UN), Aysiah Jaeke (SMART Team), Regan Barlow (Gymnastics), Bethany Everts (Math Club), Lauren Oman (FBLA/DECA)
Front Row: King, Jack Spudich (Wrestling) and Queen, Emily Perschbacher (Girls Basketball)
PLTW - Medical Interventions
Medical Interventions has been investigating gene regulation in cancers. Last Wednesday, they completed a simulated DNA Microarray to determine how gene expression differs between healthy cells and cancerous cells. They had the opportunity to work on their micropipetting skills and will begin determining correlation coefficients next.

Biomedical Innovations Poster Session
The Biomedical Innovation class (PLTW year 4) participated in the 5th annual Poster Session on Wednesday. Students have been investigating human physiology for the last 6 weeks. They researched past work, designed and conducted their own experiment, completed statistical analysis of their data, and created a research poster to summarize all of their work. Science and Agriculture students and staff were invited to attend while students explained their research and fielded questions. A special thanks to Carmen DeBack for printing the posters, Michelle Yu and the LMC Staff for providing a space to present in, and Kristen Kieckhaefer for loaning the program her easels.

Student Council Blood Drive February 7
Thank you to Student Council for hosting another successful Blood Drive Wednesday!

#ShoutOut to our @HUHSgirls_bball team! They have been showing what it's like to be a team, on and off of the court, all season long! #whitecrocsrock (especially with socks) #donatebloodsavelives

CTSO Day at the State Capital
Did you know that February is Career and Technical Education (CTE) Month in Wisconsin? At HUHS, along with a large presence of CTE classes, we also have four Career & Technical Student Organizations (CTSO's) - FFA, SkillsUSA, FBLA, and DECA. Within those organizations, we currently have two students that are serving as state officers, Tate Stoeckmann for SkillsUSA and Marley Kreger for FBLA. They got to spend Thursday at the capital for All CTSO Government Day meeting with state government leaders and learning more about their careers.


Softball Soup-Chili Night



Conflict & Anger Management Course Offered

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In This Issue
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Calendar of Events
FEB  19  Board of Education Meeting 5:45pm

FEB  21 - Band Mid-Winter Concert 7:00pm

FEB  22 - Choral Mid-Winter Concert 7:00pm

FEB  26 - Orchestra Concert AT Central Middle School 7:00pm

FEB  27  ACT TESTING -
                SCHOOL FOR JUNIORS ONLY

FEB 28 - JUNIORS ONLY IN AM -
               Everyone at 11:20am

MAR 2,3,4 & 9,10,11 Spring Play - Prince Caspian

MAR 7 - National Honor Society Induction 7:00pm at Chandelier Ballroom

MAR 10 - District Solo & Ensemble Festival - Watertown 

MAR 10 - Gridiron Trivia Night 5:00pm - 9:00pm

MAR 10 - Associate School Chess Tournament 7:00am - 3:00pm

MAR 12 - No School for Students

MAR 14 - College & Career Fair 4:30pm - 6:30pm
Host Family Needed!
Your family has the opportunity to Host Hartford Rotary's high school exchange student Muhammad Faza during the spring semester into the summer of 2018.  Muhammad Faza, a good-natured 16-year-old competent English speaker from Indonesia, has been in the Hartford-area community since late August.  He goes by "Faza", plays soccer and enjoys developing his computer skills.  He has been making friends with Hartford High School students, Rotarians, and members of the high school community.  Contact Rotarian Scott Helms at the High School, or Rotarians John Spielmann (262-224-0770 ) or Ron Schlitt  (262-673-6092 ) for more information, or to ask to be a host for Faza. 

Term 2 Honor Roll Announced
Congratulations to our Term 2 Honor Roll Students. HUHS is very proud of the students on this list for their hard work and dedication to their academics! On a 4.00 scale, a student is eligible for High Honors if his/her quarterly grade point average is 3.667 or higher and Honors if his/her quarterly grade point average is 3.00-3.666. The report card must contain no Incompletes and the student must be taking at least six credits. #OriolePride

SENIOR HIGH HONORS
April A. Alsum, Dante C. Aranguiz, Nicholas R. Arvidson, Regan M. Barlow, Kristopher J. Bender, Caden B. Benson, Holly E. Beske, Taylor S. Bever, Julia L. Biedenbender, Melissa A. Bohn, Zachary T. Braun, Tabitha A. Bryzek, Theresa Burakowski, Olivia M. Burkholz, James M. Chivas, Morgan L. Cina, Alyssa M. Downing, Cameron M. Ellis, Alyx R. Evans, Bethany R. Everts, Morgan A. Fink, Kaitlyn A. Garms, Hannah Goodchild, Olivia Gregoriou-Kiel, Mercedes Griesbach, Kylie G. Grinwald, Abigail L. Groppe, Abigail A. Hamilton, Ethan J. Hanisko, Molly M. Hansen, Seth L. Henke, Logan M. Hennes, Emma F. Hirt, Carley R. Hlava, Alyssa R. Hoppe, Aysiah L. Jaeke, Andrew T. Jocham, Caleb O. Justman, Ella L. Justman, Kaitlin R. Kahn, Nicole A. Kern, Kaitlyn E. Kerrigan, Kathryn Kleinschmidt, Andrew Klubertanz, Julia K. Korducki, Madelyn R. Lambie, Britney M. Lane, Blake M. Lazaris, Brianna N. Luebke, Alivia A. Marks, Tanner J. Mayr, Memee Moua, Joshua C. Much, Tessa M. Nicpon, Andrea R. O'bryon, Lauren R. Oman, Emily M. Ott, Emily Perschbacher, Olivia A. Pusch, Mitchell J. Regan, Carlie R. Rouse, Fitore Rrahmani, Hannah R. Schmitt, Sheridan R. Schmitt, Andrea C. Steldt, Sadie J. Stelter, Brandon A. Strupp, Katerina R. Tadlock, Garrett L. Thomas, Cierra D. Trost, Catherine E. Vanlare, Melissa A. Vanoskey, Nicholas J. Vogel, Isabella M. Weber, Sophia L. Werner, Ethan M. Winter, Amelia R. Wright

SENIOR HONORS
Kylee C. Anderson, Adrianna L. Apel, Tyler J. Barker, Eduardo R. Barraza, Sierra A. Bauer, Evan G. Biddulph, John R. Binns, Hailey E. Blonigen, Tristan T. Bradley, Jack D. Brandt, Logan M. Broker, Logan M. Brue, Jordan R. Bui, Benjamin L. Carter, Karen M. Cherek, Brandon J. Cherney, Ethan R. Chivas, John R. Cleary, Adam J. Collett, Robert H. Crandall, Dylan J. Denhartigh, Sheyenne M. DeTaege, Jessica Dobraff, Andrew J. Driessen, Sadie A. Driscoll, Skylar M. Dueck, Lauren C. Ehlers, Kyle B. Ehmke, Paige M. Ehmke, Callie C. Ellis, Michael A. Faust, Patrick R. Flanagan, Alexis K. Frantl, Deysi Garcia De La O, Skylar C. Garza, Abigail R. Gastrau, Clayton A. Gillis, Jessica L. Giordano, Julie A. Graff, Daniel Gregoriou-Kiel, Michael C. Griep, Elizabeth Groonwald, Austin J. Gruszynski, Trevor J. Gruszynski, Braden T. Hamilton, Eric C. Heimermann, Christina M. Howard, Sean C. Husslein, Noah C. Jacobi, Shayenne A. Jaffke, Ashley M. Johnson, James R. Korsi, Morgan T. Krause, Seth C. Kuchinski, Hayley L. Larson, Jeromy J. Lofy, Amanda M. Loga, Zachary J. Lutz, Noelle S. Marks, Natalie D. Martin, Christian J. Marx, Kayla R. Masters, Cory J. Maxwell, Hannah L. McCune, Zachary J. Michalak, Sydney K. Miller, Bailey E. Nelson, Sydney L. Nienhaus, Valeria Paredes, Branden M. Parks, Robert J. Perzigian, Caylie S. Peters, Brady A. Purtell, Cody H. Rahn, Michael J. Regan, Manuel A. Reyes, Madison Rostollan, Jaymi E. Salvo, Samantha J. Schauer, Brooklyn P. Schmitt, Lauren M. Skell, Jack W. Spudich, Kylie M. Spuhler, Sierra R. Staus, Ashley M. Stefan, Kyle E. Steger, Thomas H. Stelow, Hannah M. Stephans, Krista L. Stewart, Abigail E. Stowe, Andraea V. Theoharis, Kiley R. Tremmel, Natalie Wilichowski, Grant L. Williams, Addison L. Wolman, Brennan J. Wolters, Hailey M. Zainer, Myles W. Zimdars

JUNIORS HIGH HONORS
Lillian J. Anderson, Graylin M. Bauereis, Allison M. Becker, Matthew R. Becker, Cassidy E. Benson, Nicholas J. Bieganski, Grace A. Brehmer, Julia R. Brown, Brock D. Burg, Katarina R. Derse, Jorian Dietlmeier, Maggie M. Drinan, Veronica H. Duffek, Brandon P. Evens, Sarah E. Fagan, Kaelyn K. Flairty, Jack C. Gauthier, Tiffany M. Griesmer, Lauren M. Hautala, Grace K. Herrmann, Eliana R. Heyse, Emilee M. Hoeck, Nicholas S. Hoefler, Shelby E. Holbert, Joseph K. Huber, Joshua V. Janes, Thomas S. Kellicut, Cara S. Kennedy, Maria T. Kerber, Courtney C. Kind, Carriden R. Krebs, Anna C. Kregel, Marley R. Kreger, Shayna R. Krist, Louiza R. Kuepper, Zachary D. Larson, Emily R. Lepien, Jacob M. Loosen, Mackenzie A. Lutz, Adriana Marquardt, William J. McGalrath, Haley J. Mercure, Kiley M. Nettesheim, Derek S. Nienow, Grace D. Noe, Virginia L. Noe, Catherine E. Ohm, Kayla M. Okla, Savannah M. Ott, Alexandra M. Paque, Miranda R. Parker, Holly C. Pink, Elisabeth Prats I Valles, Tory R. Raether, Emily S. Rohloff, Ethan C. Schultz, Lucas P. Simon, Carley A. Skaalen, Denisha R. Smith, Julia C. Stephans, Sophia J. Stingl, Tate H. Stoeckmann, Joshua T. Stortz, Abigail R. Stout, Viktoria R. Tadlock, Mya E. Tomashek, Sara L. Tongusi, Grant M. Wagner, Tyler C. Wagner, Brittnie J. Westphal, Emma L. Witt, Evan R. Yustus, Rachel M. Zuern

JUNIORS HONORS
Alex T. Albrecht, Anastasia M. Anania, Matthew G. Bear, Abbigail K. Block, Joshua M. Buddenhagen, Kaijala G. Burakowski, Erica A. Carver, James L. Ceman, Rachael M. Chesniak, Theodore A. Colwell, Brianna L. Crandall, Hailey R. Creegan, Cesar Cruz, Greta K. DeMeuse, Drew M. Egan, Larissa R. Farmer, Michael D. Flanagan, Ethan T. Giroux, Maxwell R. Grimm, Anthony J. Gutierrez, Alexander P. Hall, Chloe E. Hansen, Natalie R. Hermanson, George V. Herro, Philip P. Hoeschele, Gabriel J. Hoffmann, Madeline J. Hoxworth, Anna L. Janichek, Olivia M. Jude, Luke D. Kaminski, Hannah L. Kaphingst, Samuel P. Klosowski, Cole N. Konop, Cody R. Kristapovich, Mackenzie H. Larson, Emalee C. Leonhardt, Kayla L. Lockwood, Matthew J. Mikulec, Molly N. Moldenhauer, Michael Montgomery, Gabrielle C. Monty, Annemarie Mularski, Ardi Muqaj, Julia R. Nelson, Elizabeth D. Neu, Kaylee R. Ojala, Arianna M. Olig, Christopher R. Patten, Angela M. Pearson, Megan S. Pfeiffer, Emily M. Pomerenke, Ethan T. Redelings, Kareena E. Rossebo, Taylor Rothenhoefer, Alexandra J. Rouse, Ryan E. Rublee, Michael J. Scepanski, Jesse G. Schmidt, Alexandria Schuenemann, Matthew J. Sedlachek, Timothy W. Seramur, Joseph M. Setterlun, Madison Sieczkowski, Kaylee R. Smith, Kaitlyn M. Stamm, Evan J. Staton, Jordyn C. Sutrick, Rylie K. Sweet, Sydney M. Talma, Olivia D. Thomae, Jacob S. Thomas, Alyvia J. Thompson, Anna M. Tuinstra, Sydney S. Uselman, Allyson R. Vogel, Jacob M. Waters, Jack H. Weber, Milena L. Weber, Meagan L. Weiss, Leah M. Weninger, Cody C. Werner, Trent R. Westfall, Jacob B. Weston, Megan E. Wiesneski, Allison M. Wucak

SOPHOMORE HIGH HONORS
Sarah M. Alsum, Madelyn A. Baker, Brinna G. Barlow, Abby M. Becker, Sarah J. Becker, Lillianne E. Betts, Kailey K. Blankenburg, Zachary J. Brewer, Gabriella C. Burg, Alexander W. Byard, Olivia F. Carroll, Nicholas G. Carter, Sophia R. Christianson, Caroline P. DeGroot, Kenna J. DeRosa, Jonathan C. Diem, Halle M. Dorsey, Jenneh E. Egerer, Camila R. Ewing, Kyle B. Feucht, Molly S. Fink, Paige K. Fraley, Emily C. Gehring, Allison J. Gilmore, Elizabeth Gonnering, Chloe J. Gruszynski, Nicholas E. Higley, Alisha P. Hoefs, Shauna M. Hoff, Abigail J. Holappa, Maddy M. Jacobi, Kolton A. Janz, Collin J. Johrendt, Olive M. Justman, Dylan C. Kamm, Lauren A. Knisbeck, Allan J. Kreuser, Christian A. La Bri, Petra Y. Landon, Ryan T. Lauer, Steven M. Lazaris, Alyssa V. Lear, Abbigail R. Lenk, Leah J. Lisowski, Isabel E. McCauley, Kylie R. Meyer, Emily E. Moscinski, Matthew J. Munkwitz, Annabelle M. Noyes, Mia C. Oleshko, Tyler B. Parteka, Erin M. Popies, Kallie J. Powers, Alexis M. Puffer, Katie S. Pulvermacher, Elizabeth R. Rhinehart, Jason R. Richards, Amanda M. Ruona, Jordyn R. Schmitt, Mason M. Selsing, Brooke L. Sill, Evonn E. Stoeckmann, Grace S. Teske, Cassidy M. Tollervey, Jessica Torres-Martinez, Payton M. Weber, Timber Wolf Fies, Sarah K. Young

SOPHOMORE HONORS
Mason D. Albrecht, Vanessa R. Almeda, Robert J. Anton, Kanapat C. Arkarros, Destinee R. Aumann, Michael P. Balistreri, Lindsay G. Binns, Nathaniel D. Bloxdorf, Katie A. Brose, Lacy M. Buending, Nathan M. Cernik, Tyler J. Cernik, Dominic P. Christensen, Santiago Cloud, Annika M. Csizmadia, Halie R. Culver, Connor L. Cummings, Jadynne M. Daly, Justin A. Ehmke, Carter L. Forseth, Jacob S. Frantl, Josie L. Freitag, Yasmin Garcia De La O, Connor J. Gishkowsky, Maria D. Gordon, Anthony J. Grulich, Evan J. Gruszynski, Abigail J. Guenterberg, Austin N. Gundrum, Jack J. Harris, Madeleine J. Herro, Courtney M. Hirsch, Hunter T. Hlava, Casidy F. Horst, Erika D. Jackett, Cade W. Jenders, Sarah C. Jocham, Joseph J. Kasprzak, Jackobi J. Kirsch, Adella B. Klebba, Megan J. Klink, Matthew J. Kohl, Haley A. Kratz, Eva J. Kruit, Jacob D. Kuehn, Alexandra A. Lang, Ashtyn M. Lindl, Ashley M. Livermore, Andrew J. Maliszko, Amber R. Matke, Olivia P. Meinberg, Mason J. Moser, Jordan N. Mueller, Carley A. Mullman, Matthew R. Nichols, Chase H. Nicpon, Ashley R. Oldenburg, Trinity R. Olson, Mitchell F. Ott, Kaliann M. Pafford, Nicholas V. Pepin, Molly V. Peterson, Adam J. Rehberger, Mackenzie E. Reinbold, Elizabeth A. Reiss, Myia D. Robinson, Travis R. Rose, Emma L. Rozich, Maria Sanchez-Mora, Hank P. Schinner, Peter M. Schneider, Nicole E. Schramm, Mitchell Schumacher, Kylie C. Sieth, Ian J. Somers, Shawn T. Stamm, Victoria H. Stater, Eric A. Steck, Avery C. Stelow, Cody J. Stich, Sean M. Strock, Allegra J. Swigert, Anthony M. Thompson, Nancy Torres-Martinez, Shanna M. Twieg, David Vanderheiden, Blake A. Voss, Nathan J. Weis, Emily R. Young, Madison A. Zagorski, Bryce W. Zimdars, Mitchell Zingsheim

FRESHMAN HIGH HONORS
Katarina H. Aranguiz, Brianna L. Becker, Valerie S. Biddulph, Ariel M. Birkel, Alaina D. Brown, Laura L. Bui, Victoria R. Burns, Katie M. Drinan, Benjamin C. Einwalter, Jada M. Erickson, Miranda M. Franz, Julia L. Gauthier, Stephanie S. Gavin, Delaney J. Hennes, Abigail E. Hoffmann, Zachary P. Kohlman, Georgia M. Krukar, Cassidy C. Loosen, Noah A. Lopez, Jenna E. Mann, Courtney A. Mathis, Ella C. Merklein, Maci M. Meyer, Caleb M. Much, Bleon Muqaj, Grace M. Nelson, Rachel D. Norton, Olivia R. Otto, Alyssa M. Peters, Grace O. Peters, Richard J. Pouzar, Calais R. Roemer, Anna G. Roskopf, Charlotte G. Skibinski, Olivia I. Tadlock, Maximus A. Vespalec, Jessica R. Waters, Marina J. Weber, Leah A. Weiss, Alyssa L. Weyer, Aaron D. Wilfrath, Irene E. Wilson, Natalie M. Wilson, Lora L. Witt

FRESHMAN HONORS
Anna R. Acup, Mia J. Allen, Evelyn V. Anderson, Andrew J. Arndt, Peyton D. Barker, Jessa T. Bea, Rhegan R. Benicke, Jadyn J. Bierman, Austin D. Carver, Rylie A. Christnovich, Rebecca B. Colwell, Amber Creegan, Alexandra M. Davies, Sidney R. Dewar, Megan M. Dobner, Natalie R. Downey, Sydney L. Egan, Jayden M. Ermer, Levi A. Everts, Isabella A. Farrell, Lela Fischer-Soehner, Jocalyn M. Flayter, Nicklaus W. Frey, Raechel R. Gehring, Ciana J. Gleissner, Alexander P. Godin, Fatima M. Gomez, Amelia E. Goretski, Jason M. Hadley, Tyler J. Hagen, Alondra Herrera, Jackson R. Hilvers, Mallory A. Himes, Ruby L. Immel, Haley M. Jakus, Adell J. Jewell, Adam M. Johnson, Casey G. Justman, Alina M. Kiepert, Chloe M. Kind, Tyler W. Klein, Joshua B. Klink, Noah G. Klink, Robert F. Klockow, Jacob P. Kohl, Reese B. Komp, Annika M. Kutella, Kaitlin S. Lauer, Abigail B. Laux, Morgan Livermore, Logan M. Maliszko, Levi M. Markos, Adam C. Marx, Grace R. McCune, Martina M. McGrath, Holly N. Miller, Harold Navas Funez, Rory W. Navin, Megan A. Peterson, Farren S. Powers, Amy M. Reifschneider, Riley N. Resheske, Naftaly G. Reyes, Hannah N. Rozich, Katherine A. Rublee, Tyler P. Schaefer, Bryce C. Schmitt, Grace A. Schmitt, Hayley A. Schultz, Megan B. Schultz, Aubria G. Schuppe, Erica E. Semler, Thomas C. Sheehan, Abrielle Sherbinow, Natalie M. Siebenlist, Maddison Stachura, Samara G. Stelow, Sebastian G. Stovall, Allison A. Sutheimer, Haley R. Szmurlo, Nicholas A. Teele, Ella G. Thomae, Jenna L. Thomas, Sierra R. Thuecks, Elizabeth J. Unger, Cally A. Wachholz, McKenna J. Wagner, Emma M. Weibel, Joshua E. Weiss, Parker J. Wesell, Abby J. Westphal, Alexis M. Wetzel, Allysen I. Wetzel, Donovan W. Whelan, Nolan T. Wiedmeyer, Harrison Williams, Ally L. Zickert, Sarah I. Zuern
Work Ahead Summer School
  Work Ahead Summer School 

The Skyward Student Access portal for summer school course selection opens on Wednesday, February 7 at 8:00 am and closes Monday, February 12 at 8:00 pm. Click here for the 2018 Summer School Course Catalog and directions on how to register online. 

Courses for credit include Foundations of PE, Individual and Dual Sports, and Focus on Careers - Online. Enrichment Only (non-credit) courses are Strength and Speed for the Athlete, Math Readiness and Spanish Readiness. 
College & Career Fairs
 







HUHS & Washington County will both be hosting College & Career Fairs in March. We are looking for colleges and businesses and organizations that would like to connect with our future workforce at these events.

-The HUHS College & Career Fair is Wednesday, March 14, from 4:30-6:30 PM in our Field House

-The Washington County College & Career Fair is Thursday, March 15, from 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM at the Washington County Fair Park Pavilion

Please consider attending both events.
HUHS Link to register: https://tinyurl.com/2018huhsccfair
Washington County Link to register: https://tinyurl.com/2018washctyccfair

Please register by February 16!
Click here to see the flyer for the event:  http://www.huhs.org/Announcements/college-career.pdf
Class of 2018 Important Information
 
Late Jostens  Cap & Gown Orders
Can be turned in to the Main Office

Graduation Packets/Orders forms are still available in the main office.
Any questions, please contact Beth Hermann 
beth.hermann@huhs.org 262-670-3208
Hartford Chronicle

Click here to read the online version.
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
Health Minute
Flu season is here and showing up in all states.  Here are some tips from the CDC for everyday preventative measures to protect yourself from the flu:  www.cdc.gov

Milwaukee Admirals "Dash for Cash" Fundraiser 
 
HUHS Paraprofessional Bev Worman submitted a letter to the Milwaukee Admirals "Dash for Cash" fundraiser for schools and was selected to participate in their contest to raise money for the special education 18-21 year old transition program.   

During the 5pm game on Sunday, February 11, Bev will be called to the center of the ice, along with 19 other participants.  They will be blowing $7,500 around on the ice and Bev will be collecting as much money as she can for the transition classroom.  The money will be used for community-based activities and classroom supplies. 
Shamrock Shuffle Sponsored by H-Club
Our H-Club will be hosting the annual Shamrock Shuffle on Saturday, March 10, 2018.

The 5K or 1 Mile Run/Walk will have prizes for the best dressed as well as medals for the top racers.

Get your $20 registration in by March 2 to guarantee a t-shirt on race day.

Race Day Registration will begin at 8:00 AM
Race Begins at 9:00 AM
Refreshments and Awards to follow

Prizes for the best dressed and medals for the top racers

Gridiron Trivia Night


Click  here  for more information and the registration form.
Hartford Community Happenings


The Hartford Business Improvement District is constantly organizing awesome events in our city. Click  here  to check out their website.
New Musical Director
HUHS is excited to announce that Ms. Andrea Moser will be the next Musical Director!! Congrats and welcome Ms. Moser!!

Screenagers - Discussion Guide
Thank you to those of you that attended the Screenagers presentation this week, and a huge thank you to the our discussion facilitator, Stacy Steen retired MPD Police Officer and MATC Instructor. 
If you would like to review the Parent Guide for Screenagers, please click here.
Attention Seniors - HUHS Scholarship Foundation News
Has your senior filled out their application for the HUHS Foundation Scholarships? They only have to fill out one application, and are considered for close to 50 Scholarships! The application can be found on the HUHS website under Academics. Your student also needs to get three letters of recommendation, and fill out the Background and Release of Information form. Questions can be sent to  scholarships@huhs.org .


HUHS Day of Service
The students and staff of Hartford Union High School will be participating in a Day of Servicein our community on Thursday, May 24, 2018. We are currently looking for service projects for our students and staff to complete in order to work out all of the details of the day. If you or someone you know has a project that we could help with or complete, please let us know!
Click here for more information and to read the letter that was sent out in our community.

If you are a community member with more questions or would like to come in person to sign up, we will be having a Day of Service meeting and sign up on February 21, 2018 at 3:30 PM in the East Commons.


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2017-2018 Yearbook - Deadline Approaching!
Purchasing A Yearbook
Please purchase a yearbook directly through our Publisher, Jostens.
Click here to access the website for the HUHS Yearbook on Jostens Website:
http://jostensyearbooks.com/?REF=A09306200

The cost of a yearbook for the 2017-2018 school year will be $70 until it can no longer be purchased after February 25, 2018.

Yearbooks will be delivered in May 2018, and a supplement with the spring sports and events will be delivered in the Summer of 2018.


Student Services
Please scroll to the bottom of the newsletter for the Course Selection Dates and Timeline for the 2018-2019 School Year!

2018-2019 COURSE SELECTION
 
February 12 Homeroom :
Freshman, sophomore, and junior students will view presentations outlining the course selection process for the 2018-19 school year and receive course selection sheets.  
 
The Academic and Career Program Guide, course selection sheets, and course selection presentations are on the HUHS Counseling web page.   The Academic and Career Program Guide will be available through electronic copy to upperclassmen.   Should a parent or student desire a hard copy, one can be purchased for $2.00 through the Student Services Office at any time.
 
Students will have from February 12 through February 26 to enter their course selections into Skyward Student Access. Online access will open on the 12th at 8am and close at 8pm on February 26th.  
 
Parents are asked to review course selections with their child and help ensure careful consideration is given to these choices. Students are encouraged to have conversations with their teachers about course selection so that readiness, skill levels, and interests are aligned with choices.
 
February 26 Homeroom:
 
Freshman, sophomore, and junior students will review the course selection sheet with Homeroom teachers and make sure the courses have been accurately entered into Skyward.   Any student who has not entered their courses into Skyward will do so in Homeroom on this day.
 
All students will turn their completed course selection sheet in to their Homeroom teacher, which includes a parent signature.
 
Questions or concerns regarding course selection should be directed to the student's counselor.
  
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.
  
Seniors:

If you plan to attend UW Washington County in fall of 2018, you are eligible to apply for a scholarship. The application process is now open to apply for scholarships for the 2018-19 school year. As an incoming freshman, there are a variety of scholarship available.  Please visit our new website wccf-wi.org/application  for more information and to apply. 
 
Scholarships for UW-WC Students:
To help offset college costs, the Washington County Campus Foundation awards $150,000 in scholarships every year to UW-WC students or UW-WC students continuing their education at another institution.
 
This is essentially FREE MONEY for committed students.
  • Scholarships are available at all passing GPA levels.
  • Students are encouraged to apply.  At times, scholarships go unclaimed. 
 
Applying is an easy online process. 
  • Go to the WCCF Website: http://wccf-wi.org
  • Click on "Scholarships" and then on "Scholarship Process".
  • Use your email address to login to:  http://wccf-wi.org/application/:
  • (You will need to include dataset copies of your transcript, a letter of recommendation from a teacher, and a short biography.) 
 
The application process is open from Dec 19 to Feb 15
  • Scholarship winners are announced by May 2018. 
 
Please contact Joan Rudnitzki at joan.rudnitzki@uwc.edu with questions or concerns. 


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.

Badger Boys/Girls State Program

Would you like to strengthen your job or college application?  Would you like more scholarship opportunities to help pay for college?
 
Do you have an interest in government and citizenship?  Are you someone who displays outstanding qualities of leadership, good moral character, cooperativeness, dependability and participation in co-curricular activities?
 
If so, you may be interested in participating in either the Badger Girls State Program or the Badger Boys State Program.  It's an exciting week of meeting new students from around the state, staying on a college campus and experiencing dorm life.  There are campaigning, pep rallies, State Fair, talent shows, recreational programs, music, discussion sessions, sports, etc.  It's a sponsored event, so there is no cost to the participants.
 
Requirements:
§  Be in the top half of your class
§  Be a US Citizen
§  Be able to participate in the entire week of activities
 
If you would like more information about the programs, please go to either:
 
www.badgerboysstate.com                or             www.badgergirlsstate.org
 
The Girls State Program is the week of June 17-22, 2018 on the UW-Oshkosh campus.  The Boys State Program is the week of June 9-16, 2018 on the Ripon College campus.  You must be able to attend the entire session.  If you are interested in the program, please check your calendar for availability.
 
If you would like to be considered for this prestigious opportunity, you must submit a short statement to the Student Services Office by Friday, February 23.  The statement should be typed and answer the following question:  How will attending Badger State help me to make a difference in my community?  Please include a list of co-curricular activities and any office held.
 
A selection committee will evaluate the statement, activities, class rank, etc., and determine which 2 girls and 3 boys will represent HUHS this summer.  Students will be notified accordingly.


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:
 
February 10, 2018                      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
Good Luck Bowlers!
Congratulations to our Girls Bowling Team members, Courtney Hirsch and Josie Parr who are advancing to the sectional round of competition for Bowling. If they do well they have the opportunity to bowl at the state competition on March 3 & 4. Josie had a bye for the Regional competition, and Courtney is seen on the far left of the other regional qualifiers in the group photo. Good Luck Courtney & Josie! #OriolePride






















Josie Parr    






















     Courtney Hirsch

Athlete of the Month for January 
Congratulations to Annie Mularski of our Gymnastics team. Coach Scherrer shared this about her:
"Annie always comes into practice with a positive attitude and does whatever we ask of her. She has continued to work hard adding new higher level skills into her routines many of which she told us at the beginning of the season she wouldn't do (because she was afraid). She is supportive and encourages her teammates and helps them out when needed. She set new school records on vault, floor & tied (with Emily) for a new school all-around record. She took 4th all-around at the West Bend Invite & finished 4th on Vault & 6th on Bars. She won the All-around at the Falls Invite took 1st on Vault & Bars was 2nd on Floor & 3rd on Beam. She took 3rd All-around at the Watertown Invite and placed 1st on Floor & Vault. In duals she took 2nd all-around , 1st vault, 2nd beam & 3rd on bars & floor against Homestead. She led our team to a season high 138.775 against Whitefish Bay placing 2nd all-around, 1st on beam & 2nd on vault & floor. She has been selected as the Washington County Athlete of the week twice this past month by the Daily News."


Boys Swim Stacks Up Wins at Conference Meet
There is no better way to start out a championship meet than to earn the title of champion in the 200 Medley Relay, and for Hartford-Slinger at the North Shore conference meet, that win was just the beginning of a medal winning day. The Fast Four (Jeromy, Santo, Cory, Jordan) took first by a 2.03 second margin. The second relay of Evan, Quinn, Logan, and Zach was not far behind with 5th place.
From there, the Hartford-Slinger swimmers were on the podium in nearly every event:

Santiago Cloud - 2nd in 200 Free, just 1.42 seconds behind Grafton's Nick Starr. He earned another 2nd in the 500 Free, as he echoed the pace of West Bend's state champion contender, Bryan Fitzgerald, and swam his best 500 of the season.
Cory Maxwell - 2nd in 200 IM, 2nd only to Fitzgerald. Two events later, Cory came in 4th in the 100 Fly.
Jordan Christnovich swam his way to a 3-peat Conference Title in the 50 Free. And two events later, placed 2nd in 100 Free. Those points kept the OriOwls in 2nd place as a team until the 200 Free Relay.
Jeromy Lofy followed up his 4th in the 100 Free with a crazy-close touch out finish to win, and earn a best time, in the 100 Back (58.74, just .11 ahead of 2nd and .26 ahead of 4th - a breathtaking race!).
Quinn Worman scored his best 100 Breast of the year with 1:09.90 (a 2 second drop) and 4th place .
Then came the meet finale - the 400 Free Relay. After a season undefeated in the 400, Hartford-Slinger faced-off with former WLT rival, West Bend, in a fierce battle for the title. Close from the start,Jordan led off with 51.12, just ahead of West Bend's Jackson Raad. Cory expanded that lead to 2 seconds ahead of West Bend's Collin Meyer, dropping 2 seconds to swim his best split of the season (51.85). Then, it was up to Santo to continue to build on that lead, and he added 1.5 seconds of space. Jeromy, with legs still aching from his 100 back, knew what he had to do - swim the fastest 100 of his life. And that he did, at 51.13.Unfortunately, Fitzgerald's blistering 47.39 50 meant the OriOwls took 2nd by .59. Look for the rematch at the Sectional Meet next weekend.
The team's overall standing at 4th is a reflection not of its speed, but of its size. When counted in the number of top places and best times, it was a successful day for the OriOwls.

Other scoring races included:
14th place 200 Free for Quinn
200 IM 7th place Logan DeBack and 14th place Evan Staton
13th place 200 Free Relay of Robbie Wolff, Tate Stoeckmann, Bobby Klockow, and Adam Marx
11th place 100 Breast for Zach Michalak
10th place 400 Free Relay of Alex Hall, Evan Staton, Adam Marx, and Logan DeBack


Congratulations Gymnastics Team!
Congratulations to our Gymnastics team who beat Nicolet last night at both the JV and Varsity level at home on Senior Night!



National Signing Day - Congratulations Athletes!
February 7th was National Signing Day. Congratulations to the following Athletes.

Sierra Bauer - Softball - Ripon
Tristan Bradley - Football - Eau Claire
Zach Braun - Baseball - Viterbo
Ethan Chivas - Football - LaCrosse
Abby Groppe - Tennis Edgewood
Zach Lutz - Baseball - Concordia



Girls Basketball
Hartford Union 68, Port Washington 31  
Maddy Sieczkowski scored 18 points and Emily Perschbacher added 11 for Hartford  Union in its North Shore Conference road victory Tuesday The Orioles led 26-15 at halftime.
"It's finally fun to shoot well and get a win," Hartford coach Christian Schnell said.
-Recap from The Daily News
Sideline Store Sale
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Girls Soccer Open Gym Schedule
 
Day          Date                 Time                      Building/Location
Monday    2/12/2018     7:00 PM - 08:30 PM     Hartford Union High SchoolField House
Monday    2/19/2018     7:00 PM - 08:30 PM     Hartford Union High SchoolField House
Friday      3/02/2018     7:00 PM - 08:30 PM     Hartford Union High SchoolField House
Tuesday   3/06/2018     7:00 PM - 08:30 PM     Hartford Union High SchoolField House
Monday    3/12/2018     7:00 PM - 09:00 PM     Hartford Union High SchoolField House
Thursday  3/15/2018     7:00 PM - 09:00 PM     Hartford Union High SchoolField House

Coach Martin
Coaching/Advising Positions
Head Girls Golf Coach
Assistant Girls Soccer Coach


Contact Scott Helms if interested
Booster Club

Click here for Booster Club Membership and Business Sponsorship Information!

COURSE SELECTION PROCESS FOR 2018-2019 courses


We have a limited number of paper copies of the 2018-2019 Academic and Career Program Guide available for $2. Any students interested in purchasing a Guide may do so in the Counseling Office, Teaching and Learning Office, or in the District Office.
All students may view the Guide on our school website under "Academics".


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