October 27, 2017
 Hartford Union High School District
Rotary Students of the Month
The Hartford Rotary is pleased to announce the senior Students of the Month for October are Caden Benson and Bethany Everts. This honor is based on academics, character, leadership, co-curricular, and volunteer work. Congratulations to Caden and Bethany.

Rotary Students of the Month for October 

Caden Benson
Bethany Everts

Rotary Students of the Month for November

Holly Beske
Zachary Michalak

WSMA State Honors Choir & Orchestra Performance
A few pictures from our Music students that performed in the WSMA State Honors Choir and Orchestra concert last night at the Overture center in Madison. From our Orchestra, Ella Justman and Victor Herro performed and from our Choir; Jacob Loosen, Alec Huber, Haley Henke, Sadie Stelter, and Madeline Hoxworth. Congratulations to these music students, this is a huge honor!

FFA at Nationals
Some of our FFA students have been in Indianapolis at the National FFA conference learning and building their leadership skills. Check out some of the highlights of their trip!

Touring Growing Power Chicago on the trip down. First Stop - Touring the Jelly Belly distribution facility. Touring Monsanto in Remington.

Wearing Red for Red Ribbon Week
Students in Ms. Ruiz 8th Hour Class rocked the Red for Red Ribbon Week!

Local Businesses and You!
HUHS will be hosting area businesses looking to connect with our students. Learn about different job/career opportunities, necessary education/training/skills, pay/salary/promotion, Youth Apprenticeship/job shadows and how to apply.

The first of these informative sessions will be:

Who: Mantz, Maysteel and QuadGraphics
When:  October 31 at 2:05pm - 2:45pm 
Where: Drama Lecture Hall

There will be more businesses coming from many different career pathways - stay tuned! 

Parents: Encourage your student to attend these sessions!!
Culinary Arts II
Students in Culinary Arts 2 had a garnishing competition with a Halloween theme.

Health and Human Service Careers Class
Horizon Home Care and Hospice administration believe in a team approach to hospice care. The team typically consists of a nurse practitioner, music therapist, and patient care coordinator (pictured) and a chaplain. One team spoke to students in the Health and Human Service careers class.

In Search of Volunteer Opportunities
GEDO2 is a program at HUHS for students who are credit deficient, but have chosen an alternate route to prove competency in their school subjects so they can graduate on time.  Several of these students are in need of community service/volunteer hours to complete their requirements.  They could do many types of things from raking lawns to shredding/filing papers.  If you have an opportunity for one of these students, please contact   Jamie Piittmann  .  She will be coordinating the students.
ACT 36 Test Prep Course
Hartford Union High School (HUHS) is offering an exciting opportunity for all juniors taking the statewide ACT in February 2018. HUHS has partnered with Excel Edge, Inc. to provide the highest standard of preparation for the ACT with its ACT 36. Excel Edge, Inc. is a Midwest leader in standardized test preparation services. Together with Excel Edge, Inc. training and the best educators HUHS has to offer, your student will receive the highest quality test taking skills for the ACT experience.

One student stated after the Excel Edge, Inc. experience, "The ACT 36 program provided a set strategy for taking the test. The instructors gave innovative methods for solving difficult problems. They helped me realize that the ACT is not as hard as it seems." (Excel EdgeInc.com) This student highlights the essence of the key skills and high standard preparation needed to be successful on the ACT:  testing strategy, problem solving, innovative instruction, and comfort in testing situations.

On Tuesday, November 7, 2017, all juniors and their parents are invited to attend an informational meeting at 6:45 PM in the HUHS East Commons. This meeting will highlight the Excel Edge, Inc. test taking skills program students will experience. Additionally, parents and students will be able to ask questions concerning the program and the classes being offered. Following the program, students and parents will be able to enroll in the classes.  The cost for the 8 week program is $150. Enrollment will continue through Friday, December 15, 2017.

The program is an 8 week program, with classes meeting once each week.  Most classes begin at 6:30 PM and end at 8:30 PM. The Saturday make-up class on January 20, 2018, will begin at 8 AM and end at 10 AM. The practice ACT assessment on Monday, February 12, 2018, begins at 6:30 PM and ends at 10 PM. The schedule of classes is as follows.
*Tuesday, January 2, 2018 (Make-up Day is Thursday, January 4)
*Monday, January 8 (Make-up Day is Wednesday, January 10)
*Monday, January 15 (Make-up Day is Saturday, January 20, 8 AM until 10 AM)
*Monday, January 22 (Make-up Day is Wednesday, January 24)
*Monday, January 29 (Make-up Day is Thursday, February 1)
*Monday, February 5 (Make-up Day is Wednesday, February 7)
*Monday, February 12 (Make-up Day is Wednesday, February 14, 6:30 PM to 10 PM)
*Monday, February 19 (No Make-up Day)
*Monday, February 26: Review Day 3 PM to 4PM

The ACT is an important statewide test that is also a major factor that can impact your student's ability to successfully enter the college of his/her choice. Skilled preparation and organized learning are essential to success on the ACT.  HUHS encourages students to take advantage of this opportunity. 

For more information, please call Mr. William Priegel at 670-3200 Ext. 888 Monday or Wednesday 9:00 AM - 12:00  noon or E-mail bill.priegel@HUHS.org
Elephant Conservation Expedition Trip

Did you miss the meeting about the Thailand trip next summer? Still interested? Click here to read the notes from the meeting and for the trip information. It is going to be a once and a lifetime opportunity, don't miss it! It is open to students outside of HUHS.

Wisconsin Science Festival

If you would like to see our students present that day, please RSVP to Kevin Martin - kevin.martin@huhs.org and let him know the date and which session time. 
LOVE>hate Event
Veterans Breakfast
HUHS Musical - Cinderella!
In This Issue
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Student Announcements 
Lunch Menu
District Calendars 
Rev Track
Calendar of Events
OCT 28
ACT Testing

OCT 30
Board of Education Meeting

Financial Aid Night - 6:30pm

NOV  3
End of Quarter

NOV 4 - 9:00am - 3:00pm
Dodgeball Tournament

Parent Teacher Conferences

NOV 10, 11, 17 & 18 - 7:30pm 
NOV 12 - 2:00pm
Musical Cinderella

NOV 11 
Lions Pancake Breakfast, Craft Fair, Hartford Christmas Parade

NOV 20
Board of Education Meeting

NOV 22
No School for Srtudents

NOV 23 & 24
Thanksgiving Break

NOV  29 - 7:30am - 12 noon
Student Council Blood Drive
  • Senior pictures are due November 1, 2017. Photos not turned in by this deadline will result in a $25.00 fine. Photos received after November 15, WILL NOT BE PUBLISHED in the 2017-18 yearbook
  • Please email one digital file of your photograph to yearbook@huhs.org. It must be at least 2x3 inches at 300dpi. If you cannot send a digital file, we can digitize it, but this will reduce the quality from the original. Please name your file with your last name, _ , then your first name (example: doe_john.jpg). File types can be .jpg or .tiff
  • DO NOT SEND IN a screenshot of your senior picture from your photographer, if at all possible, have your photographer send the photo to prevent losing any quality!
  • Photos must be vertical color prints, with  no pets, no hats, and have a simple background. Dress needs to be school appropriate. Remember, the pictures in our yearbook are small, so ideally the photo should show just the head and shoulders. We want to maximize your face size.
  • Many local photographers have these deadlines and may the send the photo for you if you ask. Please understand that your photographer will need probably 6 weeks or more to get photos done. This means you should have your pictures taken by the middle of September to get them done with enough time to spare.
  • We cannot accept prints from a Laser or inkjet home computer printer.
Any students who do not turn in senior pictures will have their HUHS school picture published in the yearbook (WHICH DOES NOT RESULT IN ANY KIND OF FEE)
Click here to see the list of student pictures received. Each school day we check the email and update the list during 2nd hour.
2017-2018 Yearbook

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:

The cost of a yearbook for the 2017-2018 school year will be $67 until October 27. After October 28, the yearbook will be $70 until it can no longer be purchased on March 1, 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.

Food Drive
SkillsUSA Bag Toss Competition
If you are interested in signing up, you can also contact Mr. McCauley or Ms. DeBack
Friends of the Library Sale

Friends of the Library will sponsor their semi- annual book sale at the Jack Russell Library Hartford.

Thur. Nov.2nd. - preview sale 6:00-8:00p.m. for members of the Friends of the Library. People can join that night during our meeting to celebrate ten years of the Friends of the Library.
Fri. Nov. 3rd 10:00-5:00
Sat. Nov. 4th 9:00-1:00

All children will receive a free book at the sale
Prices are hardcover $2, paperback $1.
We also have a gift basket sale going on- "cash and carry"
Think: baby gifts, holiday gifts, etc.....

Please encourage your students to attend as well.
All monies generated go to support programs at the library including the children's summer reading program.
If you have questions, contact Michelle Yu or Connie Kreuser.

See you at the library!
Costa Rica Trip Greeting Card Fund Raiser 
Students going to Costa Rica in June 2018 with the World Language Department are wrapping up a greeting card fundraiser. For $30 you can buy a box of a variety of 30 great quality greeting cards. That's $1.00 each for greeting cards that are the quality of $4 - 5.00 each. Cards include many birthday, blank and thank you cards as well as 1 - 2  sympathy, anniversary, wedding and new baby cards. There is also the option to order a box of just kid's birthday cards and another option for a box of just thank you and blank cards.If you are interested in ordering any, please contact  Sara Ruiz  by  Monday, October 30th . Checks can be made out to HUHS. Muchas gracias!!! We really appreciate your support!!! 

Click  here  for more information.
Annual Budget Hearing and Annual Meeting

Parent - Teacher Conferences

Fall Parent-Teacher Conferences
Wednesday, November 8;
HUHS invites all parents/guardians to the Fall Parent-Teacher Conference Night.  Conferences will be held on November 8, 2016 from 5:30-8:30 PM in the Large Gym (Field House).  Please bring your child's schedule with the list of their teachers.

Online Payment Fees Waived All Year!
After reviewing the data and receiving input from users (YOU!), the District has decided to waive the fee for online payments for this school year.  You may recall, that the District was only going to waive the fee for August and September.  The company we work with charges a 3.49% fee for processing the payments. The District will pick up this cost moving forward. A number of parents told us that they would not pay that fee and would send checks to the school instead. We encourage you to continue to use RevTrak to pay fees and to add to your child's food service account.  Thank you!

Bob A very
Director of Business Services
Health Minute

Meijer is announcing a recall of various packaged Meijer brand produce items due to a potential contamination with Listeria monocytogenes, an organism which can cause serious and sometimes fatal infections in young children, frail or elderly people, and others with weakened immune systems.   You can find the list of food items here:  

World Stroke Day is October 29th. Learn how to spot a stroke and how to prevent another.  www.strokeassociation.org 
Hartford Community Happenings
Upcoming Events:

Downtown Trick or Treat
Saturday, October 28 - 1 pm to 2:30 pm
Come dressed as your favorite ghoul, comic book hero or fairy princess! Participating merchants will display a ghost sign in their window.  

The Hartford Business Improvement District is constantly organizing awesome events in our city. Click  here  to check out their website.
Softball Fundraiser

Banking Program

Hartford Union High School and First Bank Financial Centre have teamed up to offer a new pilot program to HUHS staff, students and families - a customized banking experience with the added bonus of $150 donations to the athletic or band boosters to support our programs!  

First Bank Financial Centre's  Mascot Banking program includes both HUHS Oriole MasterCard Debit Cards and Deluxe checks for account holders.   

Click here  for the flyer regarding the Mascot Banking Program.  A website link to more information about the program is:  www.fbfcwi.com/huhs .  You can open an account online or at the branch in town.  Be sure to use to promo code huhsband (for the donation to go to band boosters) or huhssports (for it to go to the athletic boosters). 

If you would like to meet with a banker to discuss this program further, please contact the Hartford branch at  262-673-0920.
First Bank Financial Centre has finalized the pilot program and have appreciated the assistance from HUHS as they developed the program. During the pilot they were able to work with Deluxe to establish checks with our Oriole logo, work with MasterCard to be able to establish the Debit Card with the logo.

First Bank Financial Centre is proud to support the school with the $150 donations to the athletic or band booster clubs via the Mascot Banking Program. We hope that you agree that this is a great benefit for the students and the clubs. Anticipated payout to the clubs will be in November and April.

Gifts That Give Hope Alternative Gift Fair 2017
What:               2017 Gift That Give Hope Alternative Gift Fair
When:              Saturday, December 2, 2017, 10:00 AM--2:00 PM
Where:            Silverbrook Intermediate School, 120 S. Silverbrook Dr., West Bend, WI
Who:                16 participating non-profit organizations that satisfy a host of community  needs
An alternative gift fair is a "green" alternative to traditional store-bought gift-giving, and
instead, provides meaningful gifts that change lives in the community. Alternative gift fairs
present unique opportunities for shoppers to purchase gifts of hope, help, and service to the
less fortunate who are not likely to be on another's gift list. These alternative gifts are often
purchased in honor of special people on your gift list who may have expressed support for
particular social causes. This year's Alternative Gift Fair will feature gift-giving opportunities
among 16 local participating non-profit organizations. Gifts will range from $5 to $65.
Visit: www.giftsthatgivehope.org/washington-county for more information or to shop online.

Student Services

Financial Aid is provided for by the federal government, the State of Wisconsin, outside scholarship sources, and the college/universities themselves.   Most aid is based on financial need and is designed to help meet the difference between the cost of college and the student and family's ability to pay for the education.
HUHS will be hosting a presentation for college-bound students and their parents to learn about grants, loans, student employment, and scholarships on Wednesday, November 1 at 6:30pm.   A speaker from Moraine Park Technical College will be here to discuss the process of how families finance college costs through all the available options.   Senior students and parents should plan to attend!

PSAT Interpretation 

62 Juniors participated in the assessment on October 11.  Test results will be available to students in mid-December.   Juniors who took the PSAT should be sure and check their email beginning the month of December.

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:
December 9, 2017                               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.


Does your senior have everything they need to make one of the most important decisions of their lives? Students who apply early to college are in a better position to capture financial aid and make important decisions that impact their college applications.  Seniors should be applying to post-secondary institutions if they haven't already begun to do so.    Apply online to any University of Wisconsin campus  At Apply.wisconsin.edu.   Information on Wisconsin private colleges/universities can be found online at www.wisconsinsprivatecolleges.org   Wisconsin technical college information will be found at   www.witechcolleges.org        These websites are designed to be primary resources for easy access and information about the colleges, academics, degrees, athletics, and so much more!!    Don't delay in applying because housing and scholarship opportunities are often connected with admission.   Remember:
  • Send your official ACT scores with the application by going online to www.actstudent.org
  • Send your transcript by going online to www.parchment.com


Save the speech.  Tell the tale.   No need to stress out about the college application essay or be nervous if you think of it as a conversation or a story about yourself.  You aren't giving a speech to thousands of people but someone in the Admissions Office who really wants to hear it!    The essay is a story that means something to you and if you are able to convey that meaning to Admissions, you've done the job.
If you'd like help with your college essay, Mrs. Carter or Mr. Dobberstein are available in the Writing Center during 5th and 6th period.   Mr. Schliewe is available during Resource on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays in Room 84.   All three are English teachers.

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.

Nursing at St. Olaf College in Minnesota

St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minnesota, has direct admission to their Nursing program as a first-year student.  Direct admission as a first-year student is limited, competitive, and conditional. Students seeking direct admission to the nursing program must  complete an additional application  to the program at the same time they submit an application to the college.   Applications for the nursing program will be reviewed at the same time as the application for admission.   This is a great opportunity for students who are confident in their decision of Nursing as a major!  For more information click here


In order for students to complete the PE III - WIAA pathway for a fall sport, they must complete the WIAA Credit Verification form found at  http://www.huhs.org/activities/cocurricular/WIAA_PE_Credit.pdf[HO1]  .  The form must be signed by all parties and turned into the Athletic and Activities Director - Scott Helms - before the fall deadlines below.  Forms turned in after the deadline will not be accepted.  Students must also complete an additional .5 credit in English, science, social studies, math or world language in lieu of the PE III - WIAA pathway.  For more information, please see the HUHS Board Policy #5460.
Fall Sport Deadlines:
Girls Tennis                                       November 3, 2017
Girls & Boys Cross Country            November 10, 2017
Boys Soccer                                      November 17, 2017
Girls Volleyball                                 November 17, 2017
Boys Volleyball                                 November 24, 2017
Girls Swimming                                November 24, 2017
Football                                             December 1, 2017
If you paid your $120 Co-Curricular fee and were not part of an HUHS athletic team this past season, you have the right to request a refund. All requests must be made by June 1, 2018.

 [HO1]Link to the form, please


HUHS counselors have begun freshman conferences this week and they will continue through the month of December. The purpose of the conference is for counselors to get to know students on an academic and personal level, as well as to begin a discussion about future career plans through Academic and Career Planning. HUHS counselors believe in forming and cultivating strong relationships with students so that we can best serve them during their high school career. Counselors will meet with students during a 45-minute period, making every effort to schedule students during a course period where they are excelling. Students will be notified of their conference time two days in advance. If you have any questions, please contact your child's counselor.

Senior students/parents,

Moraine Park Technical College has created a new initiative called the Promise Program. The program provides a tuition-free college education to remove financial barriers. The program was designed to ensure high school students with the potential to succeed at the level are given that opportunity, without having to worry about the added burden of college debt. 

The student makes a commitment, or promise, to attend Moraine Park as a full-time student (a minimum of 12 credits per semester) and to fulfill the initial Promise eligibility requirements. The eligibility requirements are as follows:

- Graduate on time from an accredited or home high school
- Reside within the Moraine Park Technical College District
- Earn a cumulative high school GPA of 2.5 or higher
- Earn a minimum composite score of 16 on the ACT
- Have a 90 percent attendance rate during senior year of high school
- Apply for admission to Moraine Park no later than January 15, 2018
- Enroll in an associate of applied science or technical diploma program that meets eligibility requirements for federal and Wisconsin financial aid
- Complete and submit the Free Application for Financial Aid (FAFSA) by January 15, 2018. Student must be eligible for federal Pell grants and accept all state and federal grants and scholarships not awarded by the Moraine Park Foundation (Expected Family Contribution (EFC) or $3,500 or lower, based on the FAFSA.

The application window for Fall 2018 is September 5, 2017 through January 15, 2018. To apply, visit the Program's website at  www.morainepark.edu/promise. For more information about the program, contact Heidi Sternig, Recruitment Specialist, at  (262) 335-5853 or by e-mail at  hsternig@morainepark.edu.

Athletics and Activities
Congratulations Academic All-State Golfers
Hartford Union, Kewaskum girls golfers named Academic All-State

The Golf Coaches Association of Wisconsin recently announced several Academic All-State honorees for the 2017 girls golf season. Seven Washington County golfers - five from Hartford Union and two from Kewaskum - earned high honors.  Students are nominated by member coaches if they meet the following criteria: a cumulative grade-point  average of 3.25 or higher; participation in at least 75 percent of their team's varsity matches, and are at least a sophomore in high school.

The Orioles five honorees were Aysiah Jaeke, Andrea O'Bryon, Amanda Ruona, Kaitlyn Kerrigan and Catherine Van Lare. The two Kewaskum honorees were Taylor Cook and Ashley Trapp.
The coaches association honored 305 girls from 97 high schools this season.
Cross Country - Good Luck at State Alyx Evans!
Congratulations to  Alyx  Evans for qualifying for the state cross country.   Alyx  placed 4th as an individual qualifier at sectionals this past Saturday in  Manitowoc .  She will run Saturday at the Ridges Golf Course in Wisconsin Rapids.    John Binns just missed qualifying by 4 tenths of a second.

Football Playoffs
HARTFORD - In the WIAA state football playoffs, they don't grade on style points.  In the first half of Hartford's 38-10 Division 2 Level I victory over North Shore Conference rival West Bend East on Friday, the Orioles had two turnovers, numerous penalties and a close 10-3 lead.  But in the second half, the Orioles turned in a decidedly A-plus effort, as they scored on their first four possessions and cruised to their second win of the season against the North Shore Conference rival Suns.  "The second half we executed  so much better," coach John Redders said, "and that's a real credit to our kids working really hard in the off-season getting stronger and faster."  The victory advanced Hartford (8-2) to a Level 2 contest at Menasha next week, which routed Watertown, 49-21.
Click here to read full article.

Hartford Union's Jacob Pepin breaks away from West Bend East's Jacob Schwechel in the third quarter of the WIAA Division 2 Level 1 on Friday night in Hartford. Hartford Union won, 38-10. John Ehlke/Daily New
Hartford Union's Tim Seramur breaks up a pass intended for West Bend East's Christian Hernandez on fourth down in the fourth quarter of the WIAA Division 2 Level 1 on Friday night in Hartford. John Ehlke/Daily News

Hartford Union's Kuchinski comes back from early injury to thrive
Hartford Union coach John Redders believes playing all nine regular season conference games against North Shore Conference foes was a big advantage. Entering a matchup with No. 2 seed Menasha during a WIAA Division 2 Level 2 game at 7 p.m. Friday in Menasha, Redders feels confident the No. 3 seed Orioles (82) can pass their upcoming test. "There's nothing we're going to see that we haven't seen before," Redders said. "The North Shore has a versatile group of teams that have prepared us. "We've seen run-heavy teams in Slinger, (West Bend) East and Homestead, and pass-heavy teams like Grafton, Port Washington and Whitefish Bay. We've been tested in all areas.

Click here for full article

Hartford Union's Seth Kuchinski, who missed an interception on this play, came back a month after dislocating his elbow the first week in August. Daily News

Hartford Union's Seth Kuchinski has his eye black cleaned up in the third quarter of a game against West Bend West on Sept. 22 in West Bend.  Daily News

Hartford Union gears up for Menasha in Level 2 contest
Hartford Union coach John Redders believes playing all nine regular season conference games against North Shore Conference foes was a big advantage.  Entering a matchup with No. 2 seed Menasha during a WIAA Division 2 Level 2 game at 7 p.m. Friday in Menasha, Redders feels confident the No. 3 seed Orioles (82) can pass their upcoming test.  "There's nothing we're going to see that we haven't seen before," Redders said. "The North Shore  has a versatile group of teams that have prepared us.  "We've seen run-heavy teams in Slinger, (West Bend) East and Homestead, and pass-heavy teams like Grafton, Port Washington and Whitefish Bay. We've been tested in all areas."  Menasha (9-1), which beat Watertown 49-21 in a Level 1 game, has outscored opponents 320-99 this season. The Bluejays have allowed just seven points to be scored in the third quarter.  Menasha, from the Bay Conference, averages 298 yards of offense per game - 108 passing and 190 rushing. It allows just  125 yards per game - 51 passing and 74 rushing.  "They are a legit threat on offense and defense," Redders said.  Jake Horner leads the Bluejays' rushing attack with 101 carries for 670 yards and 10 touchdowns. Tyler Roehl has 88 carries for 490 yards and seven touchdowns, while Riley Zirpel adds 435 yards and five touchdowns on 74 carries.  "They have a pretty solid run offense," Redders said. "They can put up points. The biggest thing to prepare for is to be sound on technique and be disciplined. We have to avoid the big plays."  Hartford senior linebacker Seth Kuchinski added, "Their offense is very powerful. They have big linemen, but I think we can handle them fine. They are a running team and we are a run-defense team."  Menasha's Alex Zeinert has passed for 949 yards (77-of-135), but just six touchdowns. Lasia Moua has 41 catches for 584 yards and a score.  "We have to try and take our defense and make it offensive," Redders said. "We have to attack them."
Click here to read the rest of the article.

Girls Swimming
Tuesday night the JV conference meet was held at West Bend. The Hartford-Slinger Co-Op ended their JV season with the following season and lifetime best times:

Allie Wucak - 1st place in diving, 50 free in 200 freelay

Lacy Bertz - 200 free
Kylie Crane - 100 back
Sam Hart - 200 free, 50 free in 200 freelay, 100 free in 400 freelay
Siera Keegan - 50 free
Chloe Kind - 50 free in Medley Relay, 100 fly
Lanae Knabe - 50 back in Medley Relay, 100 back
Mackenzie Lutz - 50 back in Medley Relay
Kylie Meyer - 100 fly, 100 back
Ginny Noe - 50 breast in Medley Relay, 100 breast
Destiny O'Callahan - 100 free in 400 freelay
Beth Prat i Valles - 50 breast in Medley Relay, 100 free, 100 breast (winning her heat)
Libby Reiss - 200 IM (winning her heat), 100 fly, 50 free in 200 freelay
Hayley Schultz - 50 fly in Medley Relay, 200 free, 100 free
Maddison Stachura - 50 fly in Medley Relay, 200 IM

Congratulations to all the improvements throughout the year!

Our varsity meet is this Saturday in Cedarburg with a 2:00 start time.
Boys VolleyBall

Regional game at Nicolet on Friday starting at 7:00

Great Season Girls Volleyball !
The Girls Varsity Volleyball fell to second ranked Neenah in competition on Saturday.  The Orioles went down fighting and couldn't be prouder of their season.  Way to go Ladies!!
Great Season Girls Volleyball !
The Girls Varsity Volleyball fell to second ranked Neenah in competition on Saturday.  The Orioles went down fighting and couldn't be prouder of their season.  Way to go Ladies!!
Congrats on a Super Season Boys Soccer!
Hartford loses to Kimberly in the Regional Final. Great season guys and thanks for all the hard work! 

Girls Basketball

Nov 6th 6-7am and after school tryouts for girls basketball. Orange card needs to be in to Coach Schnell by Nov 3rd. 
Girls Track and Field Meeting

Any girls interested in joining the girls Track and Field team this spring. There will be a meeting Wednesday November 1 at 2:50pm in room 208 (Mr. Lane's room) to meet the new Head Coach, Coach DePagter; and any other information concerning Track and Field.

Coaching/Advising Positions
Head Boys Golf Coach
Track Girls Assistant Coach
Assistant Baseball Coach
Track - Boys Throw Coach
Track - Girls Throw Coach

Contact Scott Helms if interested
Booster Club

Click here for Booster Club Membership and Business Sponsorship Information!

Class Reminders
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