Holy Hill Area School District
Our mission is to provide a safe, challenging, student-centered learning environment focused on preparing students for their future through supportive parent, staff, and community partnerships.
November Newsletter
Welcome to the month of November! We have had two successful months of school, just completed our first round of Parent-Teacher Conferences for the year, and held a districtwide Fuel Up to Play 60 event on Tuesday! We have a lot to be proud of, and continue to set goals and put forth our best effort so that we can continue to evolve and transform as the Holy Hill Area School District.

#WeAreHHASD #TeamHHASD #CommUNITY #TogetherWeCan
School News
Lots of ghosts, goblins, princesses, and ninjas graced the halls and classrooms of Friess Lake Elementary on Halloween! Our kids celebrated all of their hard work thus far in the 2018-2019 school year by wearing their Halloween costumes to school, participating in a parade, and some community building with treats in their classrooms! Thank you to all the parent volunteers and teachers for making our kids Halloween truly special!
Friess Lake Elementary students and staff have been fortunate to have the opportunity to meet and partake in performances from member’s of the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra through our Arts and Community Education (ACE)  program!

Our first "Coffee With The Principal" will be held at Friess Lake Elementary School in our Commons area on November 13 from 9:00 am-10:00 am. Coffee with the Principal events will be held once a trimester in an effort to showcase all of the wonderful learning students have accomplished. These events will also be for community building amongst families, and the school. We will have coffee, informal conversation, and camaraderie!

October 30th was the Fuel Up to Play 60 Kick Off event at RMS. While the weather caused us to move the event indoors, the turn-out was excellent with approximately 100 families participating! Great job to our student ambassadors, staff, parents, and students who participated in our healthy food and fitness stations. A shout-out to all in costume and to those who brought jack o'lanterns.

The West Bend Daily News was present to document the event, so watch closely for a news feature!

This was a great event demonstrating the power of CommUNITY in action. You all made it a great night in the Holy Hill Area School District!
Student Opportunities
Ski Club
We are excited to offer the Ski/Snowboard Club at Little Switz again this year to Holy Hill Area School District students ( Grades 3-8 )!
Wednesdays:
Dec 19, Jan 9, Jan 16, Jan 23
Movie Nights Coming Soon...
HHOPS will be running Movie Nights this year. Please use the buttons below to learn more about the first two movie nights of the year. You may also print and complete the registration form linked in the button, or look for the online registration form in the Principal Newsletters.
Breakfast & Lunch Menus
for both FLES and RMS
What's New(s)!
New District Website
Thank you for your patience as we continue to work with our vendor behind the scenes to unveil our new website. We received great news this week: our design draft has been reviewed and approved and we have instructed our vendor to move forward with the development phase of the website. We are currently working to schedule our training sessions with the vendor. Once our training sessions have been held, we will begin importing our district information into the website. Our tentative release date for the new website (which will still be located at hhasd.org) is December 3rd.

In the interim, please enjoy a sneak preview below:
HHASD in the OVATIONS Newsletter
Last week you should have received the Ovations Newsletter in your home mailbox. Even though you may not have a high school aged child, please take a moment to locate the four pages (and in this issue, 4.5 pages!) on HHASD. If you missed it, there will be several more mailings this year, and you can click below for an electronic version.
New Addition
Welcome Baby Carron
Late on October 15, Mrs. Carron gave birth to a baby boy, Jonathan. Both mom and Baby John are healthy and doing great. While out, Mr. Carron sent well wishes that everything goes smoothly at school in his absence! His first day back is today, November 1st.
Parent Involvement Opportunities
Parent Sounding Board
Remaining Meeting Dates:

December 11
February 12
April 9
June 11 (if desired)

Time: 6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
The Parent Sounding Board is a group of caring parents who meet regularly with administration with the purpose of providing input and feedback regarding district initiatives, learning about information impacting the district, and identifying areas of potential topics of interest. These meetings are open to any parents in the district, however parent representatives for each grade level have been selected to be present at each meeting based on completed surveys. The location of these meetings may rotate. Times have been tentatively set for 6:00 - 7:30 p.m., however may be updated based on the consensus of PSB members.
School Board
Annual Meeting Notes
The first ever annual meeting for the Holy Hill Area School District was held on October 22nd at Friess Lake Elementary School. Thank you to all in attendance! Below, please note the resolutions that were passed at the meeting.
  1. Direct the School Board to furnish school lunches to district students and appropriate funds for that purpose
  2. Authorize the School Board to furnish textbooks to students under conditions prescribed by the School Board
  3. Reimbursement of School Board Member travel expenses
  4. Salaries of School Board Members (Set at $1,100/Year)
  5. Adoption of Tax Levy (The mill rate projected in March 2017 was $5.59; the tax levy that was approved results in a mill rate of $5.35.)  
  6. Direct and provide for prosecution or defense of any legal action or proceedings in which the School District is interested
  7. Annual Meeting Date (Set as October 28, 2019)
  8. Vote a tax in the amount of $25,000 to maintain a Capital Expansion Fund (Fund 41)
  9. Change in number of School Board Members (Total number of Board Members be reduced from seven to five over the course of two elections with the first reduction in the number of Board Members occurring in April 2019)
  10. Make all School Board Member seats being at-large occurring first in April 2019
Your 2018/19 HHOPS Officers are:

Heather Davis - President
Sue Lutunsky - Vice President
Shianne Krogman - Treasurer
Jessica Peterson - Secretary
Angela Koren - Member at Large
Current FUNdraisers:
You Shop. Amazon Gives.
Amazon Smile is a program where Amazon donates 0.5% of the purchase price of eligible products to H.H.O.P.S. It’s a super easy way to raise money for H.H.O.P.S. and you can share this information with your families and friends (even if they are out of state).
Step 1: Log into www.smile.amazon.com

Step 2: Use your current Amazon account email address and your password (YES, if you have
amazon prime, it will accept it when you log in!)

Step 3: If you don’t have a current Amazon Account create one (Name, Email Address, and
create a password).

Step 4: It will say “Choose a spotlight or charity or search all charitable organizations” you will
want to “search all charitable organizations”, at this point type in Richfield Scholarship and hit
enter. The first response should be Richfield Scholarship Association Inc. Select that.

Step 5: Start Shopping! It really is THAT easy!

You must log into www.smile.amazon.com every time you shop (there is not an app. for Amazon
Smile, so you must go into your browser and type the address). It will recognize your amazon
prime account so you will still get free shipping with Amazon Smile.

There is absolutely no extra cost to you, or the H.H.O.P.S. program for using Amazon Smile.
Newsletters!
This year, both building principals will be sharing weekly Friday Flyers with parents. As such, we will be monitoring the Open Rate and Click Rate of the district newsletter, and will also discuss necessity at one of the early Parent Sounding Board meetings, to determine if all three are needed and/or desired. If you have specific feedback, please feel free to contact your grade level rep on PSB, or email Ms. Villalobos directly.
DOT Update
Village of Richfield Update
Please click on the button below to access Village Administrator Healy's answers to questions regarding the November Road Referendum.
Click above for a project update for the WisDOT project on WIS 164 in Washington County.  The department will close WIS 164 between Pioneer Rd. and County E for excavation and grading operations. WIS 164 will remain closed for up to 30 days to complete this work. Access to properties within the closed portion of WIS 164 will be maintained. 
HHASD Opportunities
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Our mission is to provide a safe, challenging, student-centered learning environment focused on preparing students for their future through supportive parent, staff, and community partnerships.