May 2019 HHASD Newsletter
District Mission Statement
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Parent Involvement Opportunities!
Seeking help with Treats & Supervision on Friday morning (10th) from approximately 8:00 - 8:45 at FLES.
8:00 - 8:10: Drop-off a breakfast item
8:00 - 8:15: Set-up staff room for a light breakfast
8:15 - 8:35: Recess Fun! (Let's hope for great weather!)
8:35 - 8:45: Clean-Up
No time to stay, but want to help out? Drop-off a breakfast or lunch item for our staff:
FLES and RMS
Seeking help with potluck items over the lunch hours at both FLES and RMS on Friday (10th). Items not needing refrigeration, or that need to be plugged in, can be dropped off at any time throughout the day. Items that need refrigeration should be dropped off no earlier than 10:45 a.m. Please be sure to label your bakeware and serveware so we can return it to you.
If you are interested in helping clean-up after the event, we would love to have you.
Please look for the sign-up genius that will be coming out soon!
FLES 3rd Grader Coders Club
According to Wonder Workshop, 7,890 teams consisting of 35,445 kids from 69 countries participated this year. Just under 500 teams made it into the invitational round, and all three of our 3rd grade FLES teams made it!
Below is the link for the final submissions for the three groups for the FLES 3rd grader Coders Club. The videos are long, but worth a view! Stay tuned for next month when we feature the team shots (and results) from their final competition.
State National Geographic Geography Bee
National History Day
Last month, we shared the exciting news that a record number of students were advancing to the State National History Day Contest. Since that time, we have another recorded first: We are sending three students to the National National History Day Contest in Washington DC later this year! These three students are representing two projects.
Congrats and good luck to:
Molly G - The Challenger Disaster
Hanna M - The Challenger Disaster
Anna P - The Bay View Tragedy: Wisconsin’s Fight for the Eight-Hour Workday
Watch this Thursday's Daily News for an article on all of our National-level qualifiers!
Field Trip & Award Fun
Join the Wisconsin Statewide Parent-Educator Initiative on a webinar to learn from agencies and organizations about how they support families and students in the areas of special education and self-determination.
PARENT SURVEYS & STUDENT REGISTRATIONS
We are seeking information to help determine interest in before school care and day-off care for the 2019/20 school year. Please complete the short survey here to assist us in planning. Thank you!
It's hard to believe, but as we are wrapping up this year, we are in the midst of planning your transportation for next year. Please complete this form for EACH child so that GO Riteway can begin planning routes for the 2019/20 school year.
We are seeking parent representative(s) from every grade level to commit to attending each PSB meeting. Proposed dates/times: 8/13, 10/8, 12/10, 2/11, and 4/14; 6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. If interested in being considered for the PSB, click here!
It's already time to be thinking about summer school! This year we are excited to offer you a hybrid summer program offered by HHASD and a summer camp program offered by the Kettle Moraine YMCA. Two great options for your summer choosing!
All forms and information regarding the summer Day Camp program can be found by clicking on this button. Today is the final day for the Early, Early Bird savings (not a typo-- just terrific savings!).
Welcome Baby Heinritz!
Check out our Spring Newsletter -- a lot of student accomplishments of which to be proud!
2019 HUHS Parent Community Survey
Hartford Union High School (HUHS) recently completed a strategic planning process which involved a team of 30 stakeholders. This group reviewed school performance data, participated in focus groups and then developed the following goals:
- Goal #1: Career, College, and Life Readiness Achievement Students will meet Career, College and Life Readiness Achievement benchmarks.
- Goal #2: HUHS will be viewed as the community’s “high school of choice” HUHS will be viewed as the community’s “high school of choice.”
- Goal #3: Engagement of All Stakeholders HUHS will increase each stakeholder group’s engagement and satisfaction.
- Goal #4: Master Facilities Plan Develop a master facility plan for the school buildings and grounds.
Using these goals as a planning framework, we are seeking your input on this community-wide survey to help us answer three important questions:
- What are we doing well?
- Where do we need to adjust and focus more resources?
- What are our highest priorities?
Ben and Grace Loosen have been selected as representatives of the Wisconsin Ambassadors of Music. They will perform with approximately 350 high school and college, band and choir students, from around the State and will experience the culture of seven different European countries on this tour.
Ben and Grace were nominated by Dr. Scott Corley, who is the director of bands at UW-Milwaukee and serves as Director in the UWM Youth Winds Ensembles Program, of which both are members.
The tour will take place June 27 - July 12, 2020. As part of the tour they will travel through seven countries in sixteen days. The tour begins in England then moves to France, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Austria, Italy, with the final show in Germany. During each stop the musicians will perform for international audiences in each remarkable European city and village.
Ben and Grace are very humbled and excited to be performing with such a talented group of musicians. Music has been such an important part of their lives and they are looking forward to the opportunity to represent Richfield, WI, in such a positive way.
WIS 164 remains closed to through traffic between County Q and WIS 167, and fully closed to all traffic between Monches Rd and Elmwood Rd.
You Shop. Amazon Gives.
Amazon Smile is a program where Amazon donates 0.5% of the purchase price of eligible products to H.H.O.P.S. It’s a super easy way to raise money for H.H.O.P.S. and you can share this information with your families and friends (even if they are out of state).
Step 1: Log into www.smile.amazon.com
Step 2: Use your current Amazon account email address and your password (YES, if you have
amazon prime, it will accept it when you log in!)
Step 3: If you don’t have a current Amazon Account create one (Name, Email Address, and
create a password).
Step 4: It will say “Choose a spotlight or charity or search all charitable organizations” you will
want to “search all charitable organizations”, at this point type in Richfield Scholarship and hit
enter. The first response should be Richfield Scholarship Association Inc. Select that.
Step 5: Start Shopping! It really is THAT easy!
You must log into www.smile.amazon.com every time you shop (there is not an app. for Amazon
Smile, so you must go into your browser and type the address). It will recognize your amazon
prime account so you will still get free shipping with Amazon Smile.
There is absolutely no extra cost to you, or the H.H.O.P.S. program for using Amazon Smile.
6 - 10 - Staff Appreciation Week
9 - HHOPS @ FLES
13 - Board Meeting @ RMS
16 - RMS Band & Orchestra Concert
20 - Board Meeting @ RMS
22 - Student Art Show & Music Celebration @ FLES
23 - RMS Art Show
27 - No School/Holiday
30 - Title Night @ FLES
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