February 2019 HHASD Newsletter

A month of caring!

District Mission Statement

Our mission is to provide a safe, challenging, student-centered learning environment focused on preparing students for their future through supportive parent, staff, and community partnerships.
Let our hearts and hands be stretched out in compassion towards others, for everyone is walking on his or her own difficult path. ~ Dieter Uchtdorf


Do all the good you can, by all the means you can, in all the ways you can, in all the places you can, at all the times you can, to all the people you can, as long as ever you can. ~ John Wesley


We carry with us, as human beings, not just the capacity to be kind, but the very choice of kindness. ~ R.J. Palacio


I am so proud of our Raider Leaders! This team of students developed an action plan in December, and will be meeting this month to update and revise it. In the interim, click on the video below to hear from one of our eighth-grade leaders about her plans...

Make sure your volume is on!

What do Superintendents do on snow and cold days?

https://youtu.be/q-S8y9sSnbA

Snow & Cold Days - What to expect?

Careful planning last year has come in handy with what Mother Nature has sent our way. HHASD's academic calendar exceeds state requirements for hours of instruction, so subsequently, even with four days of canceled school, no time will need to be made up.


The final day of classes for the 2018/19 school year will remain a half-day on June 6, 2019. (Unless more weather surprises come our way!)

Kid Candids!

Congrats in Order!

Adeline G, won an award at the District Show-Young Artist at elementary level. Only one was awarded at each level and she received a voucher for a free art class at the Sharon Lynn Wilson Center!
OVATIONS

Please click on the button above to find information about HHASD on pages 7 - 10 of Ovations. You will find information about our school report cards, summer school, taxing and election information, and event highlights for both FLES and RMS!

Raptor Safety

You may be familiar with the Raptor System if you have students at the high school. This system, which will modify how we welcome visitors into our schools was purchased through the Safety Grant. Your building principal will follow-up with more info.

Summer School!

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!

Kettle Moraine YMCA Day Camp @ RMS

All forms and information regarding the summer Day Camp program can be found by clicking on this button.

Parent Sounding Board

Next Meeting: Feb. 12 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm RMS Library The PSB meets to provide input and feedback regarding district initiatives, learn about items impacting the district, and identify topics of interest. Meetings are open to all district parents.

Hartford Showcase Event

Wednesday, Feb. 6th, 5pm

805 Cedar Street

Hartford, WI

Showcase: Where students and families can visit the high school and learn about all they have to offer! See alumni, academic options, clubs, sports, and more. Try food made by the high school culinary artists, play with robots, go bowling, listen to the choirs, hear new languages and more. There is something for everyone.
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Join Our Team

Printable Application

Holy Hill Organization of Parents & Staff

Next Meeting: February 7th at 6pm (FLES)

Current FUNdraisers:

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.

Community Events!

Juliette Low Rally

Come and see local Girl Scout Troops represent countries of the world! This is a fun, free event for the whole family. Location: Friess Lake School Date: This Saturday!

Washington County Libraries Transform

Did you know that free online courses are available with your library card? Or that you can access 1000s of books and audiobooks? Or attend informational events, concerts, or workshops at no cost? Join the Washington County libraries this spring!

February

4 - Board Work Session

6 - HUHS Showcase

12 - Parent Sounding Board

14 - HHOPS

18 - No School; Inservice; Board Meeting