August 25, 2017
 Hartford Union High School District
Coaches vs Cancer
The annual Hartford/Slinger Coaches vs Cancer game will come up quickly as we play on September 8th.  Please click here for information on how to order the t-shirts.  T-SHIRT ORDERS ARE DUE BY TONIGHT AT 11:59PM

Strategic Plan Survey

Be a part of the future! Take the survey!
Dear HUHS Stakeholder,
The District has begun a Strategic Plan process, which will produce 3 - 5 goals for the next 3 years. The process involves a Strategic Plan Team (SPTeam) of 30 stakeholder groups' representatives, who will review District data, participate in focus group listening sessions, and then develop the goals. The Board of Education has directed the process to be completed no later than December 2017, for implementation of the goals from January 2018 - December 2020.
Part of the data collection is a survey that we invite you and strongly encourage you to take. While it is a brief survey, there are opportunities for written input, as well. We need to hear from our entire school District community, so that the SPTeam can be best informed as it develops the goals.
Please be a part of the future by participating through the link on our website.  Please click here.  

Thank you, and thank you for supporting the education of our community's most important and valued assets - our kids!
Attila J. Weninger, Ph.D., Superintendent

New Hires for 2017-2018
We will be featuring our new staff in the upcoming weeks of the Involve. Please welcome them if you see them around our school and community! We are happy they have chosen HUHS!

Bob Avery

Business Manager

Mary Lynn Christian

HR Supervisor

Tim Kasza

Business, Marketing, & Info Tech Teacher

Bret Klapper

Math Teacher

Freshman  - CLASS OF 2021
Don't Forget - Freshman JumpStart! is Monday, August 28, and Tuesday, August 29, 2017.  Our mission as a learning community is to engage and support all learners to discover their passions, achieve high academic goals, and contribute to a global society.  JumpStart! is a great opportunity for incoming freshmen to get the year off to a great start and reduce the anxieties that come along with entering a new learning environment.
The Freshman JumpStart! Program is held from 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM on August 28 & 29.  Students will take part in learning sessions and group assemblies, and lunch will be provided over the two days.  It is important for you to attend both days in order to take advantage of the full transition experience.   Please bring a pencil/pen and paper with you on both days.  An overview what students will do is presented below.
  • Walk through of Student Schedules
  • Laptop and Textbook distribution
  • Student Involvement/Leadership & Team Building
  • School Tours - Getting to Know Your High School
  • Freshmen Technology Standards
  • Student Panel Discussion
  • Tips and advice on success at HUHS!

The District will provide bus transportation on both days for students, at no cost.  Wittenberger Bus Service has established JumpStart! pick-up and drop-off locations.  Please click here for the pick-up/drop-off locations and times. If you have any questions regarding transportation, please contact Wittenberger Bus Service directly at (262) 673-3777.
The administrators, teachers, and staff at Hartford Union High School look forward to seeing you on Monday! If you have any questions, please contact Beth Hermann at or 262-670-3200 ext. 208. 

Check out our StuCo kids preparing to share the fight song!

Sophomores - CLASS OF 2020
Jostens will here on Thursday, September 21st to distribute order packets for Class Jewelry orders. They will return on Thursday, September 28th to take those orders.  Class rings then take about two months for delivery.  Extra order packets will be available in the Main Office.

Juniors - CLASS OF 2019
Key dates for the Junior Class of 2019

Seniors - CLASS OF 2018
It's always important to ready your email, but for Seniors it critical as there are many due dates associated with Graduation and Senior Year.  Transcripts, Scholarships and Graduation details are just some of the things to watch for.  Here are some key dates for the Class of 2018!

Football Game Bon Fire
2017-2018 Parking Passes
Reminder to Parents: If you paid for a parking permit for your student, you still need to fill out the HUHS Vehicle Registration form for 2017-2018.  The form can be returned to Ms. Rolsma in the Attendance office.  Parking permits will be distributed the first two weeks of school.  The students can park in the lots during that time without their pass.  After that time, the lots will be checked regularly and citations will be given for anyone who is parked in the lot without a pass.  If you have any questions please contact Tammy Rolsma in Attendance at  262-670-3207 or at

Click here for the form. 
In This Issue
Quick Links
Student Announcements
Lunch Menu
District Calendars & Schedule
Rev Track
Calendar of Events
AUGUST  28 29
Freshman Jumpstart!, 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM

First Day of School, 7:25 AM

Coaches vs Cancer Game

Board of Education Meeting, 5:45 PM

SEPT 25 - 29
Homecoming Week

SEPT  29  - Homecoming
Pep Rally 12:30, Parade 1:30pm, Game 7:00

SEPT 30  
Homecoming Dance

Strategic Plan - Parent Focus Group Invite
Hartford Union High School has begun its Strategic Plan process, and developed a Strategic Plan Team.  The Team is charged with developing three to five goals for the District to accomplish over a three year time period, January 2018 - December 2021.   The Team is scheduling Focus Group Listening Sessions for District stakeholder groups in order to gather as much information as possible for the process of setting these goals.  Parents/guardians of HUHS students are invited to participate in a Focus Group Listening Session to be held on Tuesday, August 29, from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. in the high school's Library Media Center (LMC).  We encourage you, and all parents/guardians, to be a part of the process.  We look forward to seeing at the Parent Focus Group Listening Session!  
Hartford Community Happenings

The Hartford Business Improvement District is constantly organizing awesome events in our city. Click  here  to check out their website.
2016-2017 Yearbook Delivery
Did you purchase a 2016-2017 Yearbook?
If so, they are ready for pick up at the main office.

Please note that only the student or parent/guardian may pick up their yearbook! Please make sure to have your ID!
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 28. After October 29, 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.
Senior Photo Deadlines

The Deadline for Senior Pictures for the Class of 2018 will be NOVEMBER 1, 2017!

Due to the yearbook being delivered in the Spring, the Senior Picture deadline will be on November 1, 2017. It is important to note that this is much earlier than in years past!

Click here to see the senior photos that have been submitted.

Senior Photo Requirements 
  • 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 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.

Homecoming 2017 - A Night on the Nile
September 25-30, 2017

Friday, September 29
Pep Rally -12:30 PM
Parade -  1:30 PM
Game - 7:00 PM

Dance Ticket Sales:
  • Monday, September 25th - $10
  • Tuesday, September 26th - $10
  • Wednesday, September 27th - $12
  • Thursday, September 28th - $12
  • Friday, September 29th - $14
  • @ Door - $15

Student Services

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, 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.


If you have not registered yet for the 2017-18 School Year, please click here for more information.
Some News from Activities & Athletics
HUHS Receives Safe Sports School Award on Behalf of Athletic Training Program

CONGRATULATIONS to our HUHS Athletic Training Department who earned our school the title of a Safe Sports School by the National Athletic Trainers Association. 

The award champions safety and recognizes secondary schools that provide safe environments for student athletes. The award reinforces the importance of providing the best level of care, injury prevention and treatment.

HUHS Athletic Trainer, Bryana Kudek, led the charge for the school to achieve this honor. HUHS Ath letic Trainer, Jeff Dauss stated, "This award is a big deal in the athletic training world and I am very proud of Bryana for leading the effort to have HUHS be officially recognized as a Safe Sports School 1st team. The busy schedule of an athletic trainer often does not leave much energy to work on extra projects like this but Bryana was determined to see it through and make sure that HUHS gets recognized for the great work being done for its student athletes. Bryana is an exceptional young athletic trainer that truly has a gift for working in the high school setting. I consider myself lucky to have the opportunity to work with her and I also think that HUHS is lucky to have her here."
In order to achieve Safe Sport School status, as HUHS did, athletic programs must do the following:
* Create a positive athletic health care administrative system
* Provide or coordinate pre-participation physical examinations
* Promote safe and appropriate practice and competition facilities
* Plan for selection, fit function and proper maintenance of athletic equipment
* Provide a permanent, appropriately equipped area to evaluate and treat injured athletes
* Develop injury and illness prevention strategies, including protocols for environmental conditions
* Provide or facilitate injury intervention
* Create and rehearse a venue-specific Emergency Action Plan
* Provide or facilitate psychosocial consultation and nutritional counseling/education
* Be sure athletes and parents are educated of the potential benefits and risks in sports as well as their responsibilities

This award was made possible due to a grant that Ms. Kudek wrote from the GLATA (Great Lakes Athletic Trainers Association). Congratulations again, what a great accomplishment!

Click here to read the Daily News Coverage of the award.

Dr. Weninger - Superintendent, Ms. Bryana Kudek - Athletic Trainer, and Josh Schoemann - Board President during the School Board Meeting on Monday, August 21.

Click the video above to view the recent Emergency Action Plan drill that was done at HUHS with the Hartford EMS and Fire Department! 

Girls Golf

TOWN OF HARTFORD - Perfect weather conditions led to a plethora of 45s on Wednesday for a few Washington County girls golfers at the first North Shore Conference minimeet at Hartford Golf Course. Of the 24 area golfers among co-ops from West Bend and Kewaskum-Campbellsport, Hartford Union and Slinger, four carded a 45 and Hartford's Catherine Van Lare shot a 47. Two apiece - the Orioles' Kaitlyn Kerrigan and Kewaskum golfer Taylor Cook - carded a 50, and only three shot above 60 as the new-look NSC debuted on the links for the first of consecutive minimeets in the county. Click here to read to full article.

Sideline Store

Shop Now and SAVE  with your Official Sideline Store Apparel Store.
Students, athletes, parents, alumni, and fans can now purchase their favorite SCHOOL custom logo'd apparel products at a great price.
It is as easy as 1,2,3:
Pick your product, Pick your color, Add your favorite logo, and it ships directly to your front door.
Don't forget you can customize many apparel items with your name, number, or year to celebrate your athlete's journey.
Your school's Sideline Store operates 24/7 and is supported by an expert customer service team.

Check out our New Conference - The North Shore!
Our new sports conference is the North Shore Conference which will include Hartford, West Bend East, West Bend West, Slinger, Whitefish Bay, Port Washington, Nicolet, Homestead, Grafton and Cedarburg

Coaching Positions
Head Boys Golf Coach
Assistant Wrestling Coach
Assistant Gymnastics Coach
Assistant Girls Basketball
Assistant Boys Basketball
Assistant Girls Softball Coach
Assistant Boys Swimming Coach

Contact Scott Helms if interested
Booster Club

Click here for Booster Club Membership and Business Sponsorship Information!

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