June 8, 2018
 Hartford Union High School District
Graduation Sunday 2:00pm
We are putting the finishing touches on the field house and can't wait for graduation.  Below are the important details you need to know for Sunday.

Graduation day:
  • Students should report to the small gym by 12:45pm
  • The doors to the field house will open at 1:00pm
  • Every person, regardless of age, entering the field house needs a ticket.
  • The ceremony will begin at 2:00pm and will last approximately 90 minutes.  
  • Graduates should dress appropriately in semi-formal wear for the ceremony.
  • Decorating of Graduation caps is not allowed.
  • Immediately after the ceremony, graduates will report to the small gym to pick up their diploma. Diplomas not picked up will be in the main office the following week. Diplomas are not mailed out.
  • NHS Members: Please return your NHS stole in the small gym immediately after the ceremony to receive your deposit check.
  • The ceremony will not be recorded. Guests are welcome to record the ceremony.
Empire Photography will be taking individual picture s at the time each graduate receives their diploma. Shortly after graduation, you will be mailed proofs from which you can order quality photos.

An email was sent out with the final seating chart.  Please refer to it as seating will have changed since graduation practice.

Any graduation questions may be directed to beth.hermann@huhs.org 262-670-3208.

PLTW Biomedical Sciences Classes
The Project Lead the Way Biomedical Sciences classes completed their End-of-Course exams and demonstrated why HUHS was identified as a "PLTW Distinguished School."  Of the students that took the PLTW year-long cumulative exams for these courses, 77 students demonstrated proficiency on their course exam and maintained academic excellence throughout the year to earn weighted credit from HUHS.  Within this set of students, 50 earned advanced scores and are eligible for college credit through Milwaukee School of Engineering.  The highest scoring students from each course posed for pictures to commemorate their accomplishments. Great job, PLTW students and teachers for your dedication to this innovative program!!


Grad Walks
Seniors at HUHS went to the elementary schools for a Graduation Walk. Check out the pictures here , and the videos below.



WSMA State Honors
Some of our very own HUHS students were selected for 2018 High School State Honors Music Project. (Honors Mixed Choir - Abbigail Block, Joseph Huber, Jacob Loosen; Treble Honors Choir - Madeline Hoxworth; Honors Band - Matthew Becker; Honors Orchestra - Victor Herro)


Summer School Schedule
Jack Russell Memorial Library's Teen Summer Reading Program
The Jack Russell Memorial Library's Teen Summer Reading Program is underway for the 2018 summer season! Any teen entering 6th to 12th grade in Fall 2018 can participate!

How it works: Teens can visit   http://hartfordlibrary.org/teens.aspx or stop by the Youth Desk to receive more information and sign-up! Then, teens keep track of how many pages they read throughout the summer and enter for a chance to win prizes. Magazines, graphic novels, reading for summer school/AP classes all count toward the summer reading program. Teens can stop by the Youth Desk any time the library is open to log their reading and receive prize raffle tickets. For every 100 pages read, teens receive a ticket to put in a prize raffle.

Some of the prizes teens can win include:
-Kindle Fire Tablet
-Amazon gift card
-Breakout Games Milwaukee (Escape Room) Passes
-Adventure Rock (Brookfield) Rock Climbing Passes
-Packer's Gear

In addition to the Summer Reading Program, the library also hosts events just for Teens! Some of the activities include Escape Rooms, Chocolate Olympics, craft afternoons and movies. Visit  http://hartfordlibrary.org/teens.aspx for a full list of teen activities along with dates and times.

Questions? Give us a call at 262-673-8240, visit our website, or stop by the Youth Desk. The library is located at  100 Park Avenue, Hartford, WI.


Jessica Manogue
Assistant Director & Youth Services Librarian
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Student Announcements 
Lunch Menu
District Calendars 
Rev Track
Calendar of Events
JUNE 10 - Graduation 2:00pm

JUNE 18 - Summer School Starts

JUNE 18  - School Board Meeting
Coaching/Advising Positions
Head Boys Golf Coach
Head Boys Cross Country
Head Girls Track
Assistant Boys Varsity Basketball
Assistant Wrestling Coach
Head Girls Golf Coach
Assistant Girls Golf Coach
Head Competitive Dance Coach

Contact Scott Helms if interested
Student Musicians Needed

Food Service Year End Information
Food Service Balances
Students with a negative balance during the last week of school (starting  May 30) will not be allowed to charge any purchases; free meals can still be purchased. Negative meal account balances need to be cleared before final exams / graduation.  Graduates owing District fees, including meal charges, may be restricted from participating in the graduation ceremony. Account balances for students returning to HUHS will carry over to the next school year.

Food Service Refunds
Refund checks will automatically be generated for inactive accounts (due to graduating or withdrawing from HUHS) if other district dues are not owed and if a sibling is not currently or will not be attending HUHS in Fall. If district fees are owed, the amount of the meal account refund will be applied toward that balance. If siblings are still attending or will be attending HUHS in Fall, the balance will remain in the account for them. Full-price accounts may opt to donate their refund to a donation meal account to assist students in need by contacting the Food Service Office ( foodservice@huhs.org or (262) 670-3315.  
NAMI

Rotary Host Families Needed for 2018-2019 
Hartford Rotary's next inbound exchange student will arrive in late August, and be with us, and be a student at Hartford High, until early summer 2019.  We will be lucky to host 17 year old Monika Adamczyk from Chelm in eastern Poland.  Besides being fluent in English she is competent in Spanish.  We would like to get commitments from three families in the Hartford area, each to host her for 3 to 4 month.  Rotary pays a monthly stipend to help Monika have some spending money, and the school chips in with lunch money.  Ask your family if they would like to have this fun and educational opportunity, while providing Monika with the same  opportunities.as other young adults in the home.  

Monika is now a sophomore at a Lyceum in Chelm, which is near the Ukrainian border.  She is the only youngster at home weekdays, and her studies emphasize chemistry, biology, Spanish, English and Polish language and literature.  Her older sister studies in Wroclaw and is home weekends.  The sisters get along well and with their parents emphasize the outdoors with hiking, biking and sailing.  She thinks she might like to study dentistry or orthodontology in college, but thinks a year in the US will open up other opportunities for careers related to medicine.  She's fine with household chores, says she is neat and tidy, but isn't into cooking.   She will be a great addition to any receptive family in the area.

For more information contact   Scott Helms
HUHS & Hartford Community Events and Fundraisers
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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

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
Unclaimed Locker Items and Lost & Found
After lockers are cleaned out (School lockers and all athletic lockers) materials left behind will be kept at HUHS for two weeks.  After that time they will be donated.  

Unclaimed Lost and found items will also be donated after June 22, 2018.  Please stop in the attendance office to see if you have any items.


Student Services
UW-Colleges Continuing Education High School Engineering Camp

Our summer High School Engineering & Leadership Experience is geared towards juniors and seniors, and can be taken to earn a UW elective college credit or without credit registration. For a full list of our 2018 partner companies that we are visiting, please visit our webpage:   http://washington.uwc.edu/community/continuing-ed/college-prep
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

Attention Seniors:
If you are attending a 2 or 4 year college/university, you will need to  request a final transcript from Parchment.  When you make your request, click "hold for grades" so your transcript does not get sent until final grades are submitted and your graduation date is printed on your transcript.  Final transcripts will not be ready to be sent until the end of June.

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. There is also a link for step by step instructions on how to set up an account.

Any transcript questions can be directed to the Student Services Office.  
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.  The remaining test date for the 2017-2018 school year is  July 14, 2018
Athletics and Activities
State Track Meet

 
Hartford Union's Sierra Thuecks gets over a hurdle in the Division 1 girls
300-meter hurdles race.  Way to go Sierra!
Congrats On A Great Season Boys Baseball!
OCONOMOWOC - Eric Vanden Acker spent a couple extra minutes staring at the blue sky Tuesday afternoon.  He didn't want to walk over to his Hartford Union team, huddled under a tree next to the batting cage outside Oconomowoc's baseball field at Roosevelt Park. Walking over to the huddle, his players, meant the season was really over.  Eventually, the Orioles head coach made the short walk to his team and spoke to them for the final time in 2018 after their season ended with a 6-2 loss to Sun Prairie in the Division 1 spring baseball sectional semifinal.  Arrowhead later beat Sun Prairie, 8-3, to earn the sectional championship.  "We knew we had a talented group when we came into this season," Vanden Acker said. "With the way the schedule worked out, we played a lot of competitive games against competitive the whole season, and in our conference. We knew there would be ups and downs. We had some big ups, and some stretches where we didn't play our best baseball.  "But we knew this was what this team was capable of, and we showed it today. We hung right in there against Arrowhead a couple games, and we hung right  in there with Sun Prairie."  Click here to read the full article.

Hartford Union's Dion Miszewski slams his bat down after striking out to record the final out in the top of the seventh inning.


Hartford Union's Zach Brewer slides to field a ball in the bottom of the sixth inning.

Hartford Union's Nick Vogel leaps for a ball as Sun Prairie's Alex Oakley watches to see if he makes the catch in the bottom of the fourth inning of the WIAA Spring Baseball sectional semifinal game  on Tuesday afternoon in Oconomowoc. Sun Prairie won, 6-2. 
John Ehlke/Daily News




Coaching/Advising Positions
Head Boys Golf Coach
Head Boys Cross Country
Head Girls Track
Assistant Boys Varsity Basketball
Assistant Wrestling Coach
Head Girls Golf Coach
Assistant Girls Golf Coach
Head Competitive Dance Coach

Contact  Scott Helms if interested

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