April 28, 2017
 Hartford Union High School District
Congratulations Educator of the Year, Corey McCauley!
For Release:  April 28, 2017
Congratulations to Mr. Corey McCauley, Technology & Engineering Educator who has been named the Educator of the Year for Hartford Union High School. This is a significant honor and distinction.   HUHS and our students are fortunate to have Mr. McCauley as a teacher. With over 350 students, teachers, and staff signing to support his nomination, it is easy to see the reach that Mr. McCauley has within our school.
Mr. McCauley has been sharing his love and passion for Technology and Engineering Education for the last 22 years and has kept a brisk pace. During his time in education, Mr. McCauley has taught high school students, adults through the technical college system, and his peers in TEE through summer courses and other professional development he has led. He continues to be a lifelong learner, learning new techniques and keeping pace with industry trends.
Mr. McCauley's educational philosophy for his courses holds firm to the belief that regardless if a student is college or career bound, every student will gain necessary, life skills they can use through Technology and Engineering courses. His courses focus on project-based learning by incorporating modern technology and hands-on techniques that are currently used in today's manufacturing world and workforce. He strives to add creativity to his courses through unique experiences. His Fabrication Methods course designed and created all of the wood cut-outs that decorated the Hartford Holiday River Walk this season. Beyond that, he continues to provide his students with a global view of TEE.  He completed an Externship last summer at Signicast to keep abreast of industry and to share those experiences in his daily teaching and methodology. Co-teacher, Brad Dzikowski, on behalf of all of the TEE Department, shared this about Corey's practice:
"As a top educator in the field, Corey leads by example and is always striving to do the right thing. This leads to constant personal improvement, as an educator. Because he is always pushing himself, students take notice and try to emulate his ways. ...As a role-model to everyone in our department, we freely go to Corey for advice and he gives exemplary ideas on how to motivate students. In addition, he encourages his peers to try new things in the classroom..."
Mr. McCauley is currently teaching Welding Processes I & II, Fabrication Methods, Automated Manufacturing, and Auto Maintenance. Outside of the school day, he co-advises the HUHS SkillsUSA chapter that has had great success and continues to provide students with opportunities to develop their leadership skills. Mr. McCauley was also recently inducted into the Richland Center Wrestling Hall of Fame and serves as an Assistant Wrestling Coach at HUHS. Students in Mr. McCauley's classes cannot say enough about his supportive and passion for his field and for all students' future endeavors. Senior, Connor Kind describes his experiences in class:
"He has helped me to figure out what I want to do and how to apply my skills in the real world. He tries to not just teach you to "do school," but he wants you to take skills away when you leave here and use them to get a job, fix your own house one day, whatever it may be."
Beyond the courses that he teaches and educational opportunities that Mr. McCauley provides our students, it is his outgoing and fun-loving personality that draws people to him. He has a unique way of working with students that draws both high-level and struggling learners to always feel comfortable and laughing while learning.
After his days at HUHS end, Mr. McCauley is a member of our community where he and his wife Katie are raising their four children; Emma, Halli, Isabel, and Henry. He is also an active volleyball and softball player through our community recreation program.
Congratulations to Mr. Corey McCauley.  It is easy to see why he was selected as the Hartford Union High School Educator of the year.  He is well deserving and has earned this honor!
April Rotary Students of the Month
The Hartford Rotary is pleased to announce the senior Students of the Month for April are Cora Meinberg and Tasha Rusch. This honor is based on academics, character, leadership, co-curricular, and volunteer work. Congratulations to these students for their outstanding accomplishments!

Cora Meinberg
Tasha Rusch

May Rotary Students of the Month
The Hartford Rotary is pleased to announce the senior Students of the Month for May are Allison Dentice and Alexander Richards. This honor is based on academics, character, leadership, co-curricular, and volunteer work. Congratulations to these students for their outstanding accomplishments!

Allison Dentice
Alexander Richards

Congratulations Monica Bertucci!
Congratulations to Monica Bertucci, the winner of the National Thelma Byrum Award, which is awarded to the top pianist in the National Federation of Music Clubs Stillman Kelley Competition.  As a result Monica is invited to perform at the Wisconsin Federation of Music Clubs State Competition Award Ceremony on  May 13th at Wisconsin Lutheran College where she will play Barber's "Excursions," Opus 20, No. 1.  She will also receive a $350 scholarship to continue her study of music at UW-La Crosse, while also pursuing a major in microbiology. Below is her announcement as the Winner this year:

2017 Stillman Kelley Winner Announced

Monica Bertucci has been chosen as the 2017 winner of this award for the Wisconsin Federation of Music Clubs.  She is a senior at Hartford Union High School in Hartford. She recently won first place at the 2015 and 2016 State Festival Competitions in the solo and duet events. Monica won first place at the 2016 Milwaukee Area Piano Teachers Association solo competition. Monica recently became a published composer when her piece 'Midwinter Snowfall' was published domestically by The License Lab as well as 37 sub publishers internationally.

She is a student of Janet Acker. Her audition repertoire included:

Beethoven 'Tempest' Piano Sonata No. 17 in D minor, Opus 31, no 2, III Allegretto
Barber 'Excursions' Opus 20, No 1
Brahms 'Intermezzo in A Major' Opus 118, No 2
Congratulations Miranda Parker!
Congratulations to sophomore Miranda Parker (Erin School) for being selected by audition to participate in the elite Rockettes Summer Intensive in New York City.  This is a dance program for exceptional dancers who want to train in the Rockettes' style. Over 60 Rockettes started in this program.  Miranda was selected from among dancers from all over the country because of her superior talent and hard work.  She will have the opportunity to train with the Rockettes and one of their their Director/Choreographers.  She will gain professional experience in multiple dance disciplines including jazz, tap, musical theatre, lyrical and the famous Rockette kickline. 

Good Luck at Nationals!
Good Luck to Sophomore Lauren Hautala who is heading to Anaheim today with Advisor, Ms. Michelle Kutz, to compete at the DECA National Conference. Lauren will be competing in Principles of Hospitality and Tourism in California. Good luck to Lauren!

Prom 2017
Congratulations King: Richard Smith and Queen: Andrea O'Bryon

HUHS SMART Team Presents at Chicago Convention
The HUHS SMART team had the opportunity to travel Chicago and present at the American Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology convention on Saturday, April 22, 2017. This was a part of the national Experimental Biology convention. Students presented next to graduate and undergraduate programs from across the country. The students presented on the role of MeCP2 in Rett syndrome and told the molecular story of epigenetics and gene regulation. The highlight of the trip was an interaction between our students and a graduate professor from Texas A & M, when he asked them where they had applied to graduate school and they had to admit that they needed to start their undergraduate work first. These seniors were fantastic representatives of HUHS and the PLTW program.

First Annual UW Oshkosh Math Problem Solving Contest
Mr. Pitterle and Mr. Yohn took 11 students from the Hartford STEM bundle who competed as 3 teams among the over 800 participants in the First Annual UW-Oshkosh Math Problem Solving Contest.  The students competed in an individual competition which was 20 challenging math questions, and a team contest, which was 5 questions with multiple possible answers.  After the contest, our students could take a campus tour, or pop into the academic buildings to experience many break out sessions including topics from Geology and Anthropology to Engineering and Physics.  They also had exploratory labs they could visit and interact with the college students and professors.  Our biggest highlight was when one of our teams of Theodore Colwell, Lucas Simon, Ardi Muqaj and Thomas Kellicut won first place out of about 100 high school teams.

AP Bio Worm Races
As part of Mrs. McClain's AP Biology class, students designed experiments that explored factors influencing animal behavior, specifically earthworm movement. Groups then tested their findings with an earthworm race. "Pequeno" was this year's winner!
AP Art Studio Art Show
The AP Art Studio students had their second reception yesterday at Puebla's Kitchen in Hartford. The student Art Show will be up through the end of this week if you have not gotten a chance to stop in. They have worked very hard this year and the opportunity to see the pieces that they have created for their final portfolios showcase their skills and the great amount of talent that our AP Art Studio students have!

Technical Writing
On Friday, Mrs. Parker and Mrs. Stone invited Ms. Laurel Jaeke to speak with their students about her experience as a Technical Writer.  Ms. Jaeke has worked as a Technical Writer for 15 years, and she shared her experiences with the students.  She discussed her daily life as a writer, and she reviewed key misunderstandings that people have about her field.  She concluded her presentation expressing the writing and communication skills that are absolutely necessary in today's workforce.  The students will follow-up with Ms. Jaeke by writing formal Thank You Letters.
Grad Grams
CONGRATULATE THE CLASS OF 2017 WITH HUHS GRAD GRAMS!  Grad Grams can be personalized with your own message to each Class of 2017 graduate!  After completing your message to the grad, Grad Grams will be compiled to form individual booklets for the grads which they will receive on graduation day!  Grad Grams are $1 each or 6 for $5.  Completed Grad Grams must be turned in to the Main Office by June 2.

Parents and community members can purchase Grad Grams in the BirdHouse or by ordering from an FBLA & DECA Officer, Michelle Kutz ( michelle.kutz@huhs.org) or Sara Sturm ( sara.sturm@huhs.org).   Click here for more information and a list of graduating seniors!

May 3 - Testing & Focus on Connections/Tours
The school day on Wednesday, May 3 will look different for all students:  
  • No school for seniors
  • Students in grades 9-11 will attend school during the normal hours of 7:25 AM - 2:45 PM
  • Bus routes will run as normal before and after school
  • Lunch will be served as normal
No classes will be held. Instead, students will be engaged in other activities as described below.
Freshmen and Sophomores
All students in grades 9 and 10 will take the ACT Aspire. This is a state-required test that provides important information to the state, schools, and students. In addition providing schools with data to inform decisions about curriculum and instruction, the test predicts individual students' scores for the ACT taken in their junior year.
Parents of freshmen and sophomores will receive more information about the ACT Aspire via email in the next week.
All juniors will participate in both local business/college tours as well as complete their Focus on Connections event. The Connections event is a personal finance simulation required for the Focus on Careers course and for graduation. Students will spend 2-3 hours in the Fieldhouse living a month based on their chosen occupational salary and life choices.  
During the time opposite of the Connections Event, students will tour local businesses or colleges of their choice. Due to the time limitation we can only offer college tours to UW-Washington County and MPTC - West Bend.  We also have several local businesses that have volunteered to show students the many career opportunities available here in Washington County.
In This Issue
Quick Links
Student Announcements
Lunch Menu
District Calendars & Schedule
Rev Track
Calendar of Events
State Solo & Ensemble

Focus On Connections - Juniors
Aspire Testing - Freshmen & Sophomores

Cabaret Night

LOVE>hate 5K Run/Walk

Booster Club Pancake Breakfast

MAY 10
Student Council Blood Drive

MAY 17 
Early Release
Senior Scholarship Night

MAY 22 
Board of Education Meeting

MAY 24
Spring Band/Orchestra Concert

MAY 26 
Student Recognition Program

MAY  29
Memorial Day - No School

MAY 30 & 31
Spring Choral Concert

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 Monday May 1 .  So if you don't have something already, get yourself some college wear to represent your choice and wear it on the 1st.

School Nutrition Employee Week - May 1-5
Click here for to view the document from the Department of Public Instruction proclaiming May 1-5 "School Nutrition Employee Week".

Cabaret Night - Save the Date!

Spring Ovations
The Spring Ovations newsletter was recently printed at Quad Graphics. Look for it in your mailbox soon!

Focus On Connections

This year Hartford Union High School is once again seeking the assistance of local businesses and community members to continue the unique learning experience with our Focus on Connections event.  This event is required for all juniors to attend to simulate a month of financial responsibilities of their 27 year old self.  Our event is scheduled for May 3, 2017.
As a volunteer, you will play a key part in assisting our students with paying their monthly bills, and choosing appropriate entertainment based on their salary and budget.  If you, or someone you know, are interested in helping out please reply to Beth Hermann at 262-670-3200 ext. 208 or via email at beth.hermann@huhs.org
The date for this year's event is Wednesday, May 3, 2017.  The scheduled times for the event is 7:30 AM - 2:30 PM.  However, you should plan to arrive between 7:00 AM - 7:15 AM to check in at our Volunteer station.  If you cannot commit to a full day, that's fine.  We do offer a Shift A (7:00 AM - 10:30 AM) and Shift B (11:00 AM - 2:30 PM).  This information will be included in the follow up materials.

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District Decision and Appeals Process
Dear Parents, Students, Staff, and Community,
The District Administration has developed a District Decision and Appeals Process that we believe will help all of us strengthen our communication, and help students, staff, parents, and community navigate the District's system more easily.  The process was initially developed by your District Leadership Team, and then reviewed and endorsed by the Board of Education.  The District Leadership Team will continue to update the Process periodically.   A few, brief notes about the Process are in order.
  • Attached, you will find the Purposes and Guide for the Process.
  • Next, you will find the District Decision and Appeals Process.  The far left column, Areas, lists the items about which you may need to make a contact.  The remaining columns (Initial Contact, First Level Appeal, etc.) are the people you should contact - in order from left to right - to help you.  Please follow the order given.
  • The last page is the list of Descriptors/Definitions which define the terms used in the Areas (far left) column of the Process.  That should help, too.
Please let us know your thoughts and suggestions about how to improve the Process.  You should communicate with your Principal, Dan Dobner, or you may contact me directly...
Thank you for the support of our students and staff. 
Attila J. Weninger, Ph.D., Superintendent

Health Minute
When stomach flu hits, it hits hard!  HUHS as well as local clinics and ER's are seeing an increase in cases of the stomach flu recently.  Nobody likes getting sick, but the stomach flu delivers its own brutal mix of symptoms. When it hits, it can quickly render you nonfunctional and utterly miserable. The initial stages start with chills, fever, and nausea, which transition into vomiting, diarrhea, and severe aches and pains. It's awful, and there is no cure. Stomach flu has to run its course. That said, the remedies below may provide relief from the most difficult symptoms and help get you back on your feet once the toughest phase subsides:

Amazon Smile
The HUHS Scholarship Foundation Inc. provides scholarships to graduating seniors from HUHS who apply on line their senior year through the counseling department web site, generally right after the 1st of January each year.  The number of scholarships vary annually generally there are over 40 scholarships ranging in value from $700 - $2,000 to selected students.  The scholarship process is handled through HUHS and rating of scholarships and selection is handled through the Board of Directors of the foundation.

Our scholarship foundation has a registered account with AmazonSmile as a 503(c)(3) organization any purchases you make after selecting "HUHS Scholarship Foundation" as your charity of choice will receive a donation of 0.5% of the price of eligible purchases made through AmazonSmile.  

AmazonSmile is a website operated by Amazon that lets customers enjoy the same wide selection of products, low prices, and convenient shopping features as on Amazon.com. The difference is that when customers shop on AmazonSmile ( smile.amazon.com), the AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the price of eligible purchases to the charitable organizations selected by customers. 

Thank you for supporting HUHS Scholarship Foundation Inc. and our deserving students!
Hartford Community Happenings

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

Other Events:

*Big Brothers/Big Sisters Celebrates  National Volunteer Week  next week,  April 23-29

If you still need to purchase a yearbook for this year, please visit the Jostens website, and our school webpage to purchase the book this year. You can access the HUHS site, by clicking here .
Washington County Clean Sweep
Attention Parents! Washington County has asked us to inform you of an opportunity for you to dispose of Hazardous Water, Electronics & TVs, Large Household Appliances, Pharmaceutical Medicines and Used Tires.
The first collection this year will be held on  Saturday, May 6th at the: Washington County Slinger Highway Shop, 314 West Washington St., (Hwy 175), Slinger, WI 53086 ( 8:00am-Noon).
For additional information, registration brochures or details on accepted and unaccepted waste visit the website at  www.co.washington.wi.us/cleansweep; or stop in at the: Washington County Planning and Parks Department, Land & Water Conservation Division, 333 E. Washington St., Ste. 2300, West Bend, WI 53095 or call  262-335-4808 to have the information mailed.

Click here to view the flyer.
Class of 2017 - Important dates
Senior Survey Due April 28:   Click here to complete the required Senior Survey.  Survey must be completed prior to the distribution of Graduation Tickets available starting May 18.

Childhood Photo for Graduation Video due May 1:
For the Class of 2017 Graduation, we are collecting childhood photos of seniors for a pre-graduation ceremony video. Please submit a childhood (5 yrs. or younger) photo or digital file (.jpg or .tif) to: info@huhs.org or mail a non-returnable photo to: Hartford Union High School, Attn: Receptionist, 805 Cedar Street, Hartford, WI 53027

This form  is for any Senior who has received a scholarship (including BEST/Hartford Foundation). Students who have received more than one scholarship should fill this form out for each scholarship they receive. Scholarship recipients will be recognized at the Scholarship Evening on May 17th from 7-8 p.m. in Drama Lecture. It is extremely important that student's RSVP is accurate, as scholarship donors may be attending and plan on meeting their recipient on May 17.

Below is a link to a scholarship form that all seniors are to fill out if they have received ANY scholarships.  Please read the directions on the form and follow it exactly as stated. There is also information regarding the 2017 Scholarship Night.  Thank you for filling this out and we look forward to seeing many of you May 17th !  

(The cut-off for getting information on to the scholarship form is May 10th.)  

Graduation Tickets will be distributed starting Thursday May 18.  
Graduation tickets for the ceremony will be available at the Receptionist desk (During resource, before and/or after school).  Graduates must present an ID before tickets can be issued.  Each graduate will receive (7) seven tickets for the graduation ceremony and the graduate does not required a ticket for the ceremony.   SENIOR SURVEY MUST BE COMPLETED TO RECEIVE TICKETS

Talk with your classmates to see if they have any to spare or if they need extras.
LOVE>hate 2nd Annual 5K Walk/Run

The 2nd Annual LOVE>hate 5K Run/Walk will be held  Saturday, May 6, 2017.

Click  here to register online -or-  Download this registration form and drop off at Hartford Union High School.

Student Services

This form is for any Senior who has received a scholarship (including BEST/Hartford Foundation). Students who have received more than one scholarship should fill this form out for each scholarship they receive. Scholarship recipients will be recognized at the Scholarship Evening on May 17th from 7-8 p.m. in Drama Lecture. It is extremely important that student's RSVP is accurate, as scholarship donors may be attending and plan on meeting their recipient on May 17.

Below is a link to a scholarship form that all seniors are to fill out if they have received ANY scholarships.  Please read the directions on the form and follow it exactly as stated. There is also information regarding the 2017 Scholarship Night.  Thank you for filling this out and we look forward to seeing many of you May 17th !  

(The cut-off for getting information on to the scholarship form is May 10th.)  

ACT Testing
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 $42.50 and the ACT with writing is $58.50.   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 test dates for the 2016-2017 school year are:  
June 10, 2017
Note:   Please keep in mind all juniors are required by state law to take the ACT at the high school on February 28 (no cost to the student on February 28).  When considering whether or not to sign up to take the April 8 ACT, it may be best for students to take the February 28 test, then decide whether or not to retake the test based upon February results.
Transition and Resource Fair - SAVE THE DATE!

Some News from Activities & Athletics
Homers help Hartford Union beat East
HARTFORD - After its last game, the Hartford Union softball team simply wanted to hit.  The Orioles racked up 10 hits, including three home runs, in its 9-6 victory against West Bend East on Friday "The last game, we didn't have too many (hits)," Hartford's Katelyn Matt said. "Today, we wanted to come out and hit that ball."  Hartford collected just two hits in a 16-1 loss to Menomonee Falls on Wednesday "That kind of builds up, not hitting, and you want to come out and cream it," Hartford's Caddy Uttech said of the Wisconsin Little Ten Conference matchup Friday Early in the game the wind was blowing directly toward center field, making a high-scoring game a possibility. Four homers were hit, as East had one in the first inning.  "Fortunately the long ball was working," Hartford  coach Tim Kerrigan said. "It was playing a little bit like Wrigley Field today, with that wind."
Click here to read full article.

Hartford Union's Elizabeth Groonwald swings against West Bend East during a Wisconsin Little Ten Conference game  Friday  in Hartford.  Adam Lindemer/Daily News
TRACK AND FIELD - Washington County's Pole Vaulters Share Advice, Cheers

Hartford Union's Jordan Dvorak approaches the pit.  John Ehlke/Daily News
Patience key to learning trade:  
"You have to be patient; it takes time," Hartford Union senior Jack Johnson said. "It's a different sport, and if you're not disciplined and have that patience, you're not going to do well.   "You're going to have bad days, and from those bad days you have to know you're going to have good days. I just try to reassure my teammates that if they are having a hard time, there will  be better days. Just have to practice, keep working."   Johnson pulled out of Monday's competition, while West's top vaulter Canon Melstrand was given the day off after vaulting twice last week, including Friday's West Invitational.   The absence of Melstrand and Johnson not completing the event left the competition open for West's Eli Tranel to PR with a height of 12-feet even. Tranel's vault came on his first attempt, which earned him the win.   Hartford senior Jordan Dvorak and Spartan Kieran Conley also cleared 12-0, but needed more attempts.

Click  here to read full article on Washington County Pole Vaulters
Fall 2017-18 Competitive Dance Meeting/Tryouts
Dance Team student/Parent meeting for the 2017-2018 school year on April 26th at 5:30 in the East Commons area. 

The Dance team will be holding tryouts for the 2017-2018 seasons on May 3rd 5:30 - 8:30 in the HUHS Field House. This is open to all girls entering 9 - 12 grade next year.  For more info please email Coach O'Neill at  dana.oneill@huhs.org

Football Parent/Player  Meeting
Football Parent/Player
Organizational Meeting
May 15th 6:00pm-8:00pm
in the HUHS Field House
Attention Girls Interested in Field Hockey Next Year!
If you are interested in playing Field Hockey next year, please contact Head Coach David Wiley at  262-853-0046  or email at  davidcwiley@hotmail.com   regarding summer camp and fall tryouts.
Boys Tennis Wins Brown Deer Invite
From the  Daily News:
At No. 1 doubles, Hartford sophomore Tanner Brault and senior Matt Melsheimer picked up a 10-point, thirdset tiebreaker victory. Brault and Melsheimer won, 10-6, to capture the match 6-4, 1-6, 10-6.
At No. 3 doubles, the sophomore duo of James Ceman and Michael Fulop won 6-4, 6-2.
The Orioles' Kevin Kreuser was near a comeback victory at No. 4 singles (1-6, 6-4, 5-1) before the rain became too much for play to continue.
"Kevin's opponent was definitely the best singles player Kevin has played thus far, but Kevin made a very nice comeback after a tough first set and was leading," coach Andy Andress said. "Tanner and Brault had some ups and downs, but ultimately played very well in the match tiebreak to pull out a nice win. James and Michael looked good securing their straight sets victory.
"This was a good test in preparation for our five matches this weekend and then the start of conference play next week."

Spring Sale

HUHS Booster Club Pancake Breakfast


The Booster Club is hosting it's first annual all you can eat pancake breakfast. Sunday, May 7th in the HUHS cafeteria. Tickets will be available for purchase in the Athletic Office starting Monday, April 10thwith either cash or check. Purchase price is $8.00 or $10.00 on the day of the event. We will be serving pancakes and sausage from 8:30-11:00 with a short recognition ceremony of some student athletes and their achievements including scholarships earned from Booster Club and H Club. Make it an early Mother's Day event and surprise mom a week early! Come out and support the Booster Club and our student athletes.  If you can't make it to the breakfast but would like to make a donation, that can also be submitted to the Athletic Office.

If you have any questions, please contact Sharon Meinberg via email at  sharonmeinberg@hotmail.com

 Gridiron Golf Outing

WFCA Football Game
Please join the Hartford community in congratulating HUHS Seniors Quintin Meinerz and Ryan Zuern, who will represent Hartford in the 2017 Wisconsin Football Coaches Association (WFCA) Annual All Star Game.  The All Star games are on  July 15 and 16 in Oshkosh.  We are proud of these excellent young men, and cheer them on as they represent what is Hartford's best!

The WFCA and Children's Hospital have teamed up for this event.   Each participating player is asked to fund raise $750.00 for children in need at Children's Hospital.  Quinn and Ryan ask for your support.  The fundraising can be done in any of several ways.

  1. Local businesses can purchase advertising space in the game program.  There will be thousands of people at the games, and the program is a large one, highlighting the athletes and sponsors.  Follow the link below for directions and information, or email jbuss@chw.orghttp://www.chwevents.org/site/DocServer/Sponsor_solicitation_Ad_Reporting.pdf?docID=441
  2. Individuals/businesses can donate to one or both our Oriole athletes through the following links.
    1. Link to Quinn's fundraising page: http://www.chwevents.org/goto/quinnmeinerz
    2.  Link to Ryan's fundraising page: http://www.chwevents.org/site/TR?px=1412389&pg=personal&fr_id=1170&et=kajALR4e6vMDXjqMDa_wlg&s_tafId=6541
  3. Donations close on Friday, May 5.
Did we mention that 100% of all donations go to Children's Hospital, and donations are tax deductible?  They are!
Let's support Quinn and Ryan, and show our Oriole Pride!
Thank you!

Coaching Positions
Assistant Girls Golf Coach
Assistant Girls Volleyball Coach
Assistant Boys Cross Country Coach
Just AddedHead Cheerleading Coach

Contact Scott Helms if interested
Hartford Union High School District | | info@huhs.org |
805 Cedar Street
Hartford, WI 53027