Brickie Bulletin

November 2016

Raising a Thankful Child

Do you want your child to be grateful and show gratitude to others? Read the following article that gives 10 tips for raising a grateful child.


http://www.pbs.org/parents/special/article-ten-ways-raise-grateful-kid.html

Dress Code Reminders

As the weather changes, please remind your student to dress for the weather. According to the student handbook, blankets and hats are not allowed.


Also, ripped pants have become very popular. However, the rips may not be above mid-thigh. Students not following the dress code will be required to change into clean clothes from our dress code closet.


Thank you for helping our Brickies dress for success!

Key Club News

Elena Polizotto, Committee Chair for the shoe drive, delivered nearly 300 pairs of shoes to the Sojourner Truth House in October with Key Club President Nadia Polizotto. They had a chance to meet and talk with the founder of the House.
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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 www.yearbookforever.com. You can use a credit card, debit card, or PayPal. You can use check or cash by purchasing in the main office. Yearbooks cost $55.

The Sound of Music

The Hobart Theatre Department will be performing the fall musical, The Sound of Music starting this Thursday. Performances are Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 3 p.m. For ticket information, please visit the Hobart High School website or call the main office at 942-8521.

Is your student looking for a job?

Target is looking for employees for the holiday season. Benefits include: Target merchandise discount, competitive pay and flexible scheduling. If you want to make some extra money, stop by a Target store, or apply online at www.target.com/careers.

Porter County Career and Technical Education

Hobart High School works with Porter County Career and Technical Education and local high schools to give students opportunities to earn high school credits while exploring careers. Some programs even offer licensing opportunities. Classes take place at Boone Grove, Chesterton, Hobart, Ivy Tech, Morgan Township, Portage, Valparaiso, and Wheeler, and transportation is provided. Students can go to one of these locations and explore careers in different fields such as culinary arts, early childhood education, technology, criminal justice, and many more! Have your student see Mr. Klukken, one of our guidance counselors, or check out the PCC website at http://www.pccte.org/index.htm. Now is the time to start thinking about the future.

Upcoming Important Dates

November 24-Thanksgiving (no school)

November 25-Thanksgiving Break (no school)

December 6-FAFSA Completion Event 4-7 p.m.

December 7-12-English ECA

December 22-Teacher Work Day (no school for students)

December 23-January 6-Winter Break (no school)

HHS's Website

Check out the school's website for more information!