Hartford Union High School District      April 26 , 2019
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Senior Scholarship Night is just around the corner!!  
This event will take place on TUESDAY, MAY 21 at 6:30 pm in Drama Lecture. 
 
If you have received ANY scholarships (this could include private scholarships, Foundation scholarships, or scholarships from your future schools), please complete the form below so that we can recognize you at this event!  Completing this link also serves as your RSVP so we know how many students and family members will be attending.  If you have any questions, please stop in Student Services. 
 
 
May Rotary Students of the Month



Josh Stortz
Leah Weninger
Rachel Zuern

Parent & Community Survey
Hartford Union High School (HUHS) recently completed a strategic planning process which involved a team of 30 stakeholders. This group reviewed school performance data, participated in focus groups and then developed the following goals:
Goal #1: Career, College, and Life Readiness Achievement
Students will meet Career, College and Life Readiness Achievement benchmarks.
Goal #2: HUHS will be viewed as the community's "high school of choice"
HUHS will be viewed as the community's "high school of choice."
Goal #3: Engagement of All Stakeholders
HUHS will increase each stakeholder group's engagement and satisfaction.
Goal #4: Master Facilities Plan
Develop a master facility plan for the school buildings and grounds.
Using these goals as a planning framework, we are seeking your input on this community-wide survey to help us answer three important questions:
1) What are we doing well?
2) Where do we need to adjust and focus more resources?
3) What are our highest priorities?

Survey results will be presented at a School Board meeting this summer and will also be available on the District website. Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey.
A huge thank you to all those involved in the success of Focus On Connections!

THANK YOU Monica Glorioso for delicious cinnamon rolls, yogurt, fruit and coffee to kick off the day!

THANK YOU Rich Schmidt, Mary Piskula and all Culinary Students for treating everyone to a fabulous lunch!!

THANK YOU VOLUNTEERS!  We could not do this without them!

Sandy Abbott, First National Bank
Mark Austinson , Volunteer
Scott Austinson , Volunteer
Sharrie Austinson , Volunteer
Kirk Bailey, Volunteer
Charmaine Bancroft, Glacier Hills Credit Union
Heather Barrie, Parent Volunteer
Susie Bong, Fox Bros. Piggly Wiggly
Krista Briggs, Volunteer
Cindy Christensen, PARENT, Volunteer
Tom Conrad, Hartford Police Dept.
Ruby Dickenson, Premier Locations
Patti Donegon, Glacier Hills Credit Union
Amy Elliott, Premier Locations
Nicole Flanagan, Glacier Hills Credit Union
Christa Gavin, First Bank Financial
Jennifer Guenther, PARENT Volunteer
Debbie Guerndt, Westbury Bank
Brian Hass, Fox Bros. Piggly Wiggly
Scott Henke, Hartford Chamber of Commerce
Mike Hermann, City of Hartford
Michelle Hlava, PARENT, Volunteer
Michele Horst, PARENT , Volunteer
Ursula Jepsen, Sycamore Tree
Bob Jewell, Ad-Ucation Media
Tracy Keener, First National Bank

Courtney Kienbaum, Premier Locations
Martha Kolins, Associated Bank
Debbie Laabs, First Bank Financial
Lori Lazaris, PARENT, Volunteer
Travis Livingood, Glacier Hills Credit Union
Cindy Loosen, R.S. Semler & Associates Insurance, Inc.
Chloe Martin, Premier location
Kate Martin, Sycamore Tree
Sadie Marx, Westbury Bank
Deborah Moss, First Bank Financial
Cassandra Popelier, Sycamore Tree
Kristin Powers, PARENT Volunteer
Dave Precord, GE
Nate Schlotthauer, First National Bank - Investments
Char Selsing, Community Volunteer
John Smith, UW Whitewater
Bob St.Onge, Hartford Police Dept.
Kristen Strupp, First National Bank
Gail Stumpf, PARENT, Volunteer
Dee Thoenes, Glacier Hills Credit Union
Alex Thomas, Premier Locations
Tammy Tongusi, First National Bank
Steve Volkert, City of Hartford
Carrie Wendorf, First Bank Financial
Natasha Wenninger, Sycamore Tree
Gloria Witt, Parent Volunteer
Ron Witt, Parent Volunteer



THANK YOU HARTFORD COMMUNITY

A big thank you to Hartford Police Department, Hartford Fire and Rescue Department, Broan, Maysteel, Menasha, Quad, Steel Craft, Aurora Hospital, Froedtert-St. Joseph Hospital, Stone House Dairy, Mid-State Equipment, MPTC and UWM-WC for inviting our Juniors in to tour their facilities on Wednesday!


MAY 1 is National College Commitment Day
May 1st is known as National College Decision Day, as it is often the deadline for students to make deposits to attend the college of their choice.  In recognition of the National Day of deciding education choices after high school, we are asking Seniors to take part in "represent your college day" on Wednesday May 1.  Please join in and wear apparel from your intended college!




Cohort Attends 2019 World Food Prize Wisconsin Institute 

Recently, Cohort students participated in the World Food Prize, Wisconsin Institute. According to their website, "The World Food Prize is the foremost international honor recognizing -- without regard to race, religion, nationality, or political beliefs -- the achievements of individuals who have advanced human development by improving the quality, quantity or availability of food in the world." Our Cohort students became involved in February as the Wisconsin Coordinator, Plia Xiong, stopped in to kick off the experience.
The four Cohort teachers then mentored Cohort students as they picked a country and topic relating to food security within that country.  Bill Schliewe, Cohort English 9 teacher, used this as an opportunity to teach research and how to write a research paper. By the end of March, each student completed a research paper that focused on issues with food security as well as potential solutions within their country. These research papers were submitted to The World Food Prize in Iowa for scoring.
31 Cohort students then had the opportunity to present their research in a small group setting at UW Madison's College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Typically 6-7 students and two experts in their field sat in a round table setting while each student presented their research.  Students were then tasked with asking questions of each other to expand the conversation. Each student was scored on their presentation and questioning abilities. We were so impressed with our HUHS students' poise and confidence in talking about their research. These are skills that will benefit our students long after their freshman year and even into the workplace.
The day also included students hearing from a keynote speaker from the The World Food Prize, touring the campus, and attending an immersion session relating to a topic of choice.  Overall the students took away many great experiences and an excitement about how they can impact the world. After scores from their paper and presentation are calculated, three students from the Wisconsin Institute will be selected to represent the state at the Global Youth Institute next fall.  In addition, each student received a certificate naming them a Borlaug Scholar, which makes them eligible for scholarships and opportunities to travel the world working on behalf of The World Food Prize.
To learn more about The World Food Prize, you can visit their website:  
https://www.worldfoodprize.org/ 
Child Care & Contemporary Literature Classes Collaborate


Students in Ms. Piskula's Child Care class and Mr. Dobberstein's Contemporary Literature classes collaborated to create a memorable learning experience last week.  Child Care students applied speaking, listening, and interpersonal skills as they performed a reading of  Tattle Tale ,  part of a fictional series of Amazing Amy books referenced in the novel Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn. Students in Contemporary Literature classes then analyzed the performance of the text for subtle messages that could help or harm young children like Amy Dunne, a central character in Gone Girl.  Students in both classes left with a better understanding of their roles as future professionals, parents, and critical readers!


BEST BUDDIES NEWS!
A great time was had by all at the Brewer Game April 16, 2019!

Best Buddies Friendship Walk Team Sign Up:  
Register  here and join our team: The Heart of Hartford

Washington County Trail Sharks is open to student 6th-12th grade. HUHS students interested in joining should attend an informational meeting or contact the coach.
HUHS is excited to announce the 2019 Musical will be Shrek!  The entire production team from last year will be back to bring you the fun, fairytale world of Shrek.  The audition packets will be available after May 1st.  Audition will be held in the Choir Room on May 16th.  Callbacks will be on May 17st.
Day of Service Chaperones and work sites needed!  
Apply by May 1st.

Could your organization use a day of student helpers?

Contact us if you would like to chaperone or have an organization that would like student helpers day.  huhscommserv@huhs.org
CNA Class!
HUHS, in partnership with MPTC, is pleased to offer our students a new Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) course starting in the 2019-2020 school year. In preparing for this, we are in need  of equipment and supplies necessary for the students to be able to perform all required skills. Froedtert and Aurora have graciously agreed to provide items as well. If you have any of the following items, that you no longer need and would like to donate, please contact Connie Darin (connie.darin@huhs.org). Thank you!
  • quad cane
  • crutches
  • walker
  • wheelchair (with removable footrests)
  • hospital bed with rails (functioning)
  • bedside chair
  • bedside commode
  • over-bed table
  • scale (standing with height bar)
  • twin size bed spreads, sheets, blankets, mattress pads
Girls Volleyball open gyms begin on Sunday, May 5th. They are open to anyone planning to tryout for the girls volleyball program in the fall. Incoming freshmen are encouraged to attend! Details and a full list of dates can be found on the Hartford girls volleyball webpage.


Robotics!
Oriole Assault Robotics Team 1091 won the Milwaukee Regional Saturday! The team is now qualified for Nationals in Detroit! This is the first award since 2006 for the robotics team! Congratulations Oriole Assault!
Send FRC team 1091 to Championships! Visit their   GO FUND ME  page and donate!

Calling All Art Students!
Students are invited to share their artistic representation of  'The Next 100 Seasons of Packers Football' for the third annual Green Bay Packers Student Art Contest. Three finalists will have their artwork displayed at Lambeau Field for the duration of the 2019 season and will receive $5,000 for their respective school's art programs, as well as an invitation to Lambeau Field in July 2019.
The Packers are currently celebrating 100 Seasons of Packers Football. Now the question is, what will the next 100 seasons look like? Predict the future of the Packers through your artistic expression!
The Packers have grown, changed and triumphed over the course of the last 100 seasons. The team, the fans and the community have created special traditions and countless memories, passing along passion for the Packers to each new generation. With the Packers' first century drawing to a close, what does 'The Next 100 Seasons of Packers Football' look like to you? What kinds of exciting victories and momentous plays will be featured on highlight reels? Will Lambeau Field change or will the game of football look different in the years to come? What will stay the same as it always was? Share your vision for the future, and you could be a part of Packers history by having your artwork displayed at Lambeau Field.
Three (3) grand prize winners will receive:
  • $5,000 donation to the winner's school art program 
  • The winning artwork will be displayed at Lambeau Field for the 2019 Season 
  • Invitation for the winner and two guests to the Annual Suite Holder Tasting in July 2019 at Lambeau Field
Contest Details:
Participants are eligible to enter up to three images of a single featured art piece during the contest period from March 4, 2019, through April 28, 2019. 
 
Contest Info

Student Services
Seniors Attending a University of Wisconsin School in the Fall
After students are admitted to a UW campus, they are invited to participate in Regional Placement Testing.  Students find out their appropriate level of math, English, and foreign language to begin in college as a result of taking the tests.
Students register online  for Regional Placement Testing beginning February 1. Regional Placement Testing allows students to take the test close to where they live so they don't need to travel to the campus they'd like to attend. Also, students need to 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.
Students should be intentional when selecting a site and date. Students can change or cancel their registrations. However, it's often difficult to do so because popular sites fill quickly and changing is impossible after registration deadlines pass.
There are two options for taking the placement tests. Students may register for paper exams or computer-based exams. The exams, questions, and timing are the same, although there are additional fees for the computer-based exam. The computer-based exam provides an on-screen scientific calculator-no other calculator will be allowed during the computer-based exam.
A driver's license, state-issued ID, passport, or high school ID containing name and photo may serve as the student's identification at the testing site.
This is the schedule for testing day (all times are approximate):
Seating, orientation, and math testing
8:00 - 10:00 a.m.
Break 
10:00 - 10:10 a.m.
English testing 
10:10 - 11:50 a.m.
Break 
11:50 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Dismissal of those not taking a foreign language test, followed by foreign language testing
12:00 - 1:00 p.m.

Placement test scores are shared with students when they participate in their summer orientation and registration session. It's important for students to take the placement tests in the spring so that the results are ready for summer registration, since some campuses do not allow students to register for classes until they can see the test results.

The Wisconsin Lions Camp        
The camp is looking for campers and staff to join them this summer. Staff applications available are for counselors, program specialists, healthcare staff, counselors-in-training, and volunteers. Applications, camp schedule, and information are all available at:   www.wisconsinlionscamp.com

Health Careers Summer Camp
Health Careers Summer Camps in your area will have their applications open up online starting today,   March 1st!  These two camps are sponsored by the Northeastern Wisconsin Area Health Education Center, Lakeshore Health Care Alliance, and the Fox Valley Health Care Alliance. The applications will be available on the NEWAHEC website [ www.newahec.org ]. The first camp is in the Fox Valley Area, students will be housed on the UW-Oshkosh campus. The second camp will be in the Sheboygan/Manitowoc area, and students will be housed at Silver Lake College. All campers will be exposed to health care professionals and academic institutions from both areas. The camps are 5 days long, and allow students to experience first hand the challenges, opportunities, and rewards of being a health professional. The camps are for any students entering 11th-12th grade along with new high school graduates. Applications will be   due May 3rd   for both camps. Any questions please contact Brenda Birringer  (920) 652-0238  brendab@newahec.org       Camp Flyer   
Health Services
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is concerned that products that do not have FDA clearance or approval  are being marketed to individuals, including parents and caregivers, athletic coaches, athletic trainers, and health care providers for the assessment, diagnosis, or management of a head injury, including concussion. The FDA is issuing this communication to make the public and health care providers aware of the potential serious risks which may be associated with the use of unapproved or uncleared medical devices for the diagnosis, treatment or management of a concussion. The FDA reminds individuals to seek treatment by a health care provider if any head injury, including concussion, is suspected.  This includes:
  • People who may be tested for a head injury
  • Parents and caregivers of individuals who may be tested for a head injury
  • Athletic Coaches and Athletic Administrators
  • Sports medicine specialists and athletic trainers
  • Health Care Providers who assess or diagnose head injury, including suspected concussion and other traumatic brain injuries

***Please, remind your student(s) that they always need to come to the Health Room with any health concerns and to not call, e-mail or text home to leave school.  The Health Technician will always call the parent or emergency contact to arrange for the student to leave school when ill.  

If a student talks, e-mails or texts their parent on their own and then they leave school without contacting a staff member and receiving a permit to leave, they are considered truant from school.


2019 Flu Information and Guide for Parents -  Flu season is again upon us.  Here are some guidelines for you about the flu including prevention, symptoms, treatments and other information provided by the CDC.   

Is it a cold or is it the flu, here is a helpful video for you:   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2PZLc6Ys1fQ

The Health Room is located in the Attendance Office and is staffed Monday through Friday from 6:45 a.m. until 3:15 p.m during the school year.

Please, remind your student that they always need to come to the Health Room with any health concerns and to not call, e-mail or text home to leave school.  The Health Technician will always call the parent or emergency contact to arrange for the student to leave school when ill.  

If a student talks, e-mails or texts their parent on their own and then they leave school without contacting a staff member and receiving a permit to leave, they are considered truant from school.
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Attention Seniors: EVER Y student at HUHS has health/immunization records in the Health Office located in the Attendance Office.  Because you are graduating, HUHS no longer needs these records and you will need them for college, jobs or travel. 
Please be sure to stop in to the Health Office to pick up your records as soon as possible.  Get a treat while supplies last!


HUHS Booster Club
Interested in learning more about the Booster Club? visit our website: 

  • Please join us for a meeting, held the 3rd Wed. of each month, 7-8pm in Room 103 at HUHS.
  • Looking to buy a stadium chair, scarf or window cling? Please visit us at the concession stand or see chair order form on our website.
HUHS Parents! We need your help filling all of our concession stand shifts for the very busy upcoming Basketball and Wrestling season! 

Have a few hours to spare? If so, please click on this Sign up Genius link to take a shift or two. Don't worry if you haven't worked before, we will show you the ropes!

Thank you for your continued support of our HUHS athletes and Booster Club.
Any questions, please reach out to Kelly Morey at  kmorey@mcw.edu
ACT Testing
Looking for FREE  resources to prepare your student(s) for the ACT? Click  HERE  to go to the ACT Academy website!

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 $50.50 and the ACT with writing is $67.00.   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.  Upcoming test dates for the 2018-2019 school year are:
                                 June 8, 2019                     July 13, 2019
In This Issue
Quick Links
Calendar of Events
APR 27 State Solo & Ensemble Festival

APR 28 Concert Choir Collaboration with Hartford community Chorus @ HUHS

MAY 3 Cabaret Night 7pm

May 4 Concert Choir Collaboration with Hartford Community Chorus @ Holy Hill

May 16, 17 Musical Auditions

May 20 School Board Meeting

May 21 Senior Scholarship Award Recognition Ceremony 7pm

May 22 Spring Bands/Orchestra Concert 6pm

May 23 Recognition & DAY OF SERVICE

May 27 Memorial Day Parade

May 28, 29 Spring Choral Concert @ Schauer Center 6:30pm
Reminder on School Bus Safety!
Open Positions
Academics
Substitute Teachers
Instructional Technology Coach  
Special Education Teacher
Technology and Engineering Teacher
Long Term Technology and Engineering Teacher
Math Teacher
 


Athletic
Girls Basketball Varsity Assistant
Girls Basketball Assistant
Boys Volleyball Varsity Assistant
Boys Volleyball Assistant
Girls Golf Assistant
Girls Cross County Assistant 

2018-2019 Testing Dates

AP Testing -  May 6-17
ACT - June 8
ACT - July 13
Ovations

Click HERE to read HUHS Ovations
Click  HERE  to read HHASD Ovations
Get your HUHS Gear! Use code SPRING19 at checkout to receive 15% off when you place an order of $85 or more!
 
HUHS & Hartford Community Events and Fundraisers
 
Logan's Laps for Love is in need of volunteers.  Please click HERE to sign up.

To participate in the event or to donate click HERE 

Spread the Word Campaign!
 

Support the HUHS Scholarship Foundation with Amazon Smile
Click  here  for details on how to set this up.
Hartford Community Happenings


The Hartford Business Improvement District is constantly organizing awesome events in our city. Click  here  to go to their facebook page.
Mascot Banking
Open a qualified Checking account and receive $150 for you and $150 for the Band Booster Club or HUHS Booster Club, You choose! Click HERE for more information. Click HERE to see the video ad!  


 Tip Line
HUHS & HuTerra Rewards
HUHS is now using the My HuTerra App to raise HuTerra Rewards for the Hartford Athletic Department By downloading the free and simple My HuTerra app we are able to raise funds when we all shop for the things we want and need. This includes being able to visit local stores and shop at over 1000 stores online.  These stores include Amazon, Walmart, Best Buy, Macy's, Sam's Club and many others! We are so excited to see how much we can all raise for the Athletic Department. You can even scan in previous Amazon purchases. Following the directions blow and simple take a picture of your invoice on your computer screen. It is that simple!!
 
All you need to do to support Hartford Athletics:
1.      Download the "My HuTerra" app.
2.      Select "HARTFORD UNION HIGH ATHLETICS as your fundraiser.
3.      Shop at participating local businesses and any of the online stores
4.      Scan your receipt under the "Scan to Give" section of the app and you're done!
 
It's just that easy! Shop, scan, give!

  Instructions  on how to download and begin to utilize the app today. You'll also find an instructional video on the app within the "What's New" section that explains the program in more detail.

HUHS & Shutterfly
Raise money for HUHS Athletics while you shop at  Shutterfly HERE  before you begin shopping at Shutterfly and help us reach our goal of $500.00!
Wittenberger Bus Service Seeks Drivers! 
·          Is your child or grandchild riding a bus to school?
·         Are you available between 7 a.m. and 8 a.m. in the morning?
·         How about 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. in the afternoon?
·         Can't drive 5 days a week? What about one or two days a week?

Don't think you can handle a big bus? Stop by and we will let you take one for a spin around our parking lot.
·         We will train you.
·         We offer benefits.
·         You can take your student with you on the route.
·         Plus you get time off when there is no school.
 
Help us help the HUHS!
Call Dawn at 262-673-3777 for more information.
Leave a message if you get an answering machine. We are probably out driving!
Thank you!
Athletics and Activities

2018-2019 Information

 


New This Year - Clubs & Activities Online Registration
Starting for the 2018-19 school year, all students wishing to participate in activities, clubs or sports will need to complete the Online Forms through Skyward Family/Student access.  All steps need to be marked as completed including step #8 "SUBMIT SY19 ATHLETIC/CO-CURRICULAR FORMS".  Online Forms only need to be completed once per school year, so if a student participates in a sport as well as a club or activity the Online Forms only need to complete once.

If the student is only participating in an activity or club but will not be participating in a sport, they may mark step 3 complete and do not need to have a Physical Clearance Form completed by their Physician.  

Once the online forms have been completed, the student will then need to pick up an "Orange Card" from the Co-Curricular Office clearing them to participate in their activity or club. Activity/Club organizers will inform students of this change at the first sign up meeting and collect the orange cards before the next regularly scheduled meeting.
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Hartford, WI 53027