Brickie Bulletin

February 2017

Congratulations to our Students of the Month!

9th grade-Coltin Gresser

10th grade-Lillian Kollross

11th grade-Skyler Sherwood

12th grade-Grant Kadar

2015-2016 Yearbooks

2015-2016 Yearbooks are here and can be picked up in Mrs. Pagone's class, Room 2307 before or after school. We have 30 available for purchase too. These can be purchased in the main office for $55.00 (checks or cash only). First come, first serve.
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2016-2017 Yearbook Sales

Help your student preserve the memories of high school that they can relish for the next 10, 20, and 30 years. Buy online at You can use a credit card, debit card, or PayPal. You can also purchase yearbooks in the main office using cash or check. Yearbooks cost $55.
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Stellar Staff

Zackary Johansen was awarded the Stellar Staff award for being deliberate in building relationships with staff members. Mr. Johansen is constantly seen around the school and talking to different staff members-he's a true team player who is always willing to help. Congratulations to Mr. Johnasen!
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Key Club

Key Club members volunteered their time at the Kiwanis Chili Supper. Proceeds from the chili supper goes to help Riley Hospital, Southlake Children’s Choir, Hearts for the Homeless, and other various local charities.


Hobart High School DECA hosted the DECA District #1 Competition on Saturday, Jan. 14. Students from 8 area high schools came to compete in business testing situations.

The following students will be advancing to state level competition March 5-7, 2017 In Indianapolis. The students district results are as follows:


Cassidy Belk: 1st place in Sports Entertainment Marketing Individual


Lillian Burnett & Miranda Decanter: 5th place Marketing Management Team Decision Making


Bobbi Cardwell: 3rd Place Personal Financial Literacy Individual


Angelina Cavazos & Ariana Stojancevich: 4th place Financial Services Team Decision Making


Shannon Connelly & Noelani Howland: 2nd Place Buying & Merchandising Team Decision Making


Shyleena Cruz: 4th Place Quick Serve Restaurant Management Individual


Joey James: 6th Place Restaurant & Food Service Management Individual


Alexa Ray: 5th Place Marketing Communications Individual


Rayanne Stone: 5th Place Automotive Marketing Individual.

Three other students place at District level competition but declined advancing to state. They are Coen Lollios, Zachary Dixon and Mikey James.

Currently, the 13 students advancing are furiously fundraising, selling candles to candy bars outside of school to finance their individual trips.

Mrs. Roach and Mr. Lewis are SUPER PROUD of this group of kids.

Theater News

A Midsummer Nights Dream

by William Shakespeare

March 9, 10, 11 at 7:30 and March 12 at 3pm

Those interested in being a part of the EVERY 15 MINUTES program

contact Mrs. Nelson at

We welcome student, parent and community volunteers.

Join us for Preschool Open Houses

Please join us at either of our open houses to kick off open registration for the 2017-2018 school year! You will also be able to visit our classroom, meet our teachers, and enjoy refreshments. Open registration for Brickie Kidz starts February 3 until August 1 for children who are 4 years old. We hope to see you there!

Tuesday, February 7th

5:00 – 7:00 PM

At Hobart High School

2211 E. 10th Street


Thursday, February 9th

5:00 – 7:00 PM

The ELC at George Earle

400 North Wilson


FAFSA Completion Event

There will be a FAFSA completion event on March 2, 2017 from 8 am to 11am and 4pm - 7pm. You can RSVP via

The deadline for FAFSA completion (for most schools) is March 10, 2017.

Call the Guidance Department with any questions.

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PLTW Principles of Biomedical Sciences

PLTW Principles of Biomedical Sciences class just wrapped up a unit on heart disease. We dissected a heart to learn how blood moves through the heart, designed an experiment related to blood pressure, took EKG’s, viewed normal and clogged arteries under the microscope, built models to show how the heart works as a pump, and then looked at how we could use medical interventions to prevent or treat heart disease. Here Desirae Scott, Kenzie Krause, and Riley Carey presented a fictitious patient and offered recommendations from the shoes of a cardiologist, nutritionist, and gynecologist.
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Spanish Student Accepted into honors program

Congratulations to Señora Freytes and her Spanish Level IV student, Mikhail Greenwood! Mikhail was accepted into the Indiana University Honors Prog​ram in Foreign Language for the summer of 2017. She will travel to León, Spain where she will participate in a total immersion experience. She is not only expected to gain an exceptional knowledge and understanding of the host culture while abroad, but she will also make significant strides linguistically.


Safety is everyone's responsibility. There is no safety in silence! Use the tip line 942-TIPS or go to the School City of Hobart's website and access School Safety through the Cool Tools. All tips are anonymous.

Upcoming Important Dates

February 2-Silent Night Basketball Game

February 7-Preschool Open House at HHS

February 9-Preschool Open House at the ELC

February 20-No School (Presidents' Day)

February 27-Wake Up Call-from Your Choice (Presentation at HHS 6:30 pm-8:30

HHS's Website

Check out the school's website for more information!