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Emma Swims Her Way To STATE!
Read what the papers had to say by clicking the links below! #BrickieUp
Jake and Devin Wrestle At STATE!
At the end of the season, sophomore, Devin, finished as a Sectional Champion, Regional Runner-Up, 3rd at Semi-State, and a STATE qualifier!
Junior, Jake, finished as a Sectional Champion, Regional Champion, 3rd at Semi-State and a State qualifier!
We are so proud of both of these young men and the positive role models that they are. Keep up the hard work!
Ethan Conquers His Dives At STATE!
JROTC Competes At Nationals
They were excited to be there with some fellow Indiana schools and supported them along the way as well. In true style they want to give a big shout out to Marion and Evansville Harrison. It was their first time there and the only other 2 Indiana teams at Nationals.
Hobart and Marion were two of the smallest, if not the smallest, programs at nationals. Tough for programs of fewer than 100 cadets to compete with programs of 300, 500 or even more cadets. Very proud of our cadets and our Indiana "cousins" for representing at raider nationals!
Proud of your success and what the future will hold for our raiders. Keep up the hard work, Brickies!
Key Club Gains INTERNATIONAL Recognition!
To top off this wonderful accolade, they hosted the Indiana Key Club Convention the last weekend in February where they were up to possibly win several State awards and positions. Five of HHS Key Club members attended in person to help run the event. Junior Meghan Horn was the member in charge of running technology for the three day virtual event which nearly 150 Key Clubbers from around the state attended. Fifteen members from HHS attended together in Mrs Polizotto's classroom, chaperoned by amazing and supportive HHS teachers.
Sophomore Louis Gallegos was elected Duneland Division LTG.
Junior Caryssa Roark was elected District Bulletin Editor.
Junior Elijah Puente was elected District Governor.
Our Brickies definitely shined bringing home 10 State Awards and 3 State positions!
Distinguished President - Elijah Puente
Distinguished Service Project
Creative Club T-Shirt
Kiwanis Advisor - Sheila DeBonis
Key Clubber of the Year - Kendall Lemon
The Riley Award
Oratorical - Shanena Knight
Digital Recruitment Poster - Gianna Rodriguez
Scrapbook - Caryssa Roark
The Oratorical, Digital Recruitment Poster, and Scrapbook will go on to International! Super proud of our Brickies and best of luck!
Youth and Government 2021 Model Government Conference
Indiana Youth and Government ensures that democracy is learned by each generation. Colin May, Hobart Middle School teacher and Sharon Tarry, Sr. Program Director serves as advisors to the students who participate in the program. Indiana Youth and Government ensures that democracy is learned by each generation. Hobart High school students Sydney Belk and Calle Hairston served as Senators. Brennis Carillo served as Chief Justice this year and was elected again as Chief Justice. Sydney Belk also received the honor to be recognized for her outstanding bill, Senate bill 18. We are so proud of all the delegates who participated this year! Great job, Brickies!
6th Grade Band Concert Rocked The House!
Veterans Elementary at Mundell Doing Cardio Drumming!
The Show will FINALLY go on!!
After many hurdles, quarantines, and moved dates, the Hobart High Theatre program is delighted to present an "ON DEMAND PAY PER VIEW" showing of the production of "It's a Wonderful Life A Live Radio Show." The Community will have the opportunity to show their support for the theatre program by purchasing access to a pre-recorded version of the show. Once access is purchased, the show can be viewed at your leisure for 24 hours.
The order link is https://bit.ly/3jcQKH9
The message of the classic Christmas movie "It's a Wonderful Life" is relevant no matter what time of year. Here is a unique presentation of this classic in a unique format! Set in a 1940's Radio Studio--this 80 minute performance allows us to safely follow current safety measures, but still provide theatre supporters and students with a live theatrical performance. The purchase of this "viewing" will support the theatre program!
Please direct any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Accomplishments With Hobart University!
During the 2018-2019 school year we had 727 students achieving college credits. We offered 72 courses that were taught by 36 educators, earning our Brickies a total of 6,222 college credits and a savings of $874,946 in tuition!
Last year, during the 2019-2020 school year we had an amazing 829 students achieve college credits while offering 96 courses taught by 49 educators. This earned our Brickies 7,704 college credits while saving an astonishing $1,152,233.20 in tuition!
Over all in the past two years, with the implementation of Hobart University, our Brickies have earned 13,926 college credits while achieving their high school degree and saved over TWO MILLION dollars in tuition! Students gain experience and skills in their field of interest, with some even leaving high school with an Associate degree and all graduating knowing they have the tools, knowledge, and confidence to succeed.
So what are you waiting for? Learn more about Hobart University at www.hobart.k12.in.us/HU
Click the title above to find ALL the information you need to help your student prepare for their future in the best way possible! Whether they are getting certified or working towards a degree, the School City of Hobart is here to help.
Students Are Learning to T.H.I.N.K.!
HMS & HHS have partnered with FinalForms to offer an online program for parents and students to complete and file athletic forms electronically. Registration is now open - submit yours today!
Scheduled E-Learning Day for ALL students!
Friday, March 5th, 7:30am
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Tuesday, March 9th, 7:30am
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