Remember-School City of Hobart will have an eLearning day on Tuesday, May 7. Please make sure your child is checking Canvas for assignments!
Students take third at Innovate Within Competition
The RearVue team, consisting of Andrew Romes, Alex Termini and Faith Spence, received third place at the Innovate WithIn State Competition. The team is sponsored by Daniel Schultz, PLTW teacher. The group wanted to improve bicycle safety, so they created a distance measurement harnessing LED technology to warn cyclists of approaching vehicles. They even have a provisional patent! We are so proud!
Band wins awards at issma
The two HHS bands and HHS orchestra had an incredible day at ISSMA Organizational Contest today! All 3 ensembles earned gold medals for their performances and gold in sight reading (that is the football-shaped medallion in the plaques).
Our kids represented SCOH in such a great way! We had many positive comments from the judges!
This is the first time in HHS history to have an orchestra attend ISSMA organizational contest.
Congratulations to our April Athletes of the Month, Saylem Smith and Tyler Schultz!
JROTC women compete in Raiders competition
Great job representing HHS, ladies!
Notes from the Nurse
Dear Hobart Families,
We are writing to inform you that due to the Measles outbreak in at least 15 states in our country this year. The guidelines are as follows: In the event of a confirmed case and notification from our Lake County Health Department. Any student who has not received the first dose of the Measles-Mumps-Rubella (MMR) vaccine, including those with valid religious or medical exemptions, will be ordered to be kept out of school for 21 days after the last date of exposure (even if they receive their first dose of MMR vaccine during this period of time). Students in grades K-12 who have had one dose of MMR will not be allowed to attend school for 21 days after the last date of exposure, unless they receive their second dose of MMR vaccine. These students may return at any time after receiving this second dose. Any student with serologic evidence (blood test) of immunity to measles may continue to attend school. Please note that in the event of multiple confirmed cases, students who are not properly immunized may be out of school for several months. They will need to be out of school for an additional 21 days past the last date of the last confirmed case in the school.
According to the CDC, one dose of the measles vaccine is 93% effective and two doses is 97% effective in preventing measles. However, the doses must be given at least 28 days apart.
We want you to be informed so you can consult with your child’s physician and make health-related decisions based upon your child’s individual health history and needs. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact my office at 219-942-8541 Ext. 8310.
Thank you for your continued support,
Jamie Noel RN, BSN
Coordinator of Student Health Services
219-942-8541 Ext. 8310
Does your student take medication at school?
The end of this school year is coming soon! Don’t forget to pick up any medication that is in the nurse’s office before the last day of school. New forms for medication need to be filled out each year with medication needed. No medication can be transferred to the next school year.
PBS students complete bacteria labs
The orange colored streaks are from the isolation and the other two are the microscopic results of the gram stain.
Students in Ms. Fischer's class created posters about the Harlem Renaissance
Justice Bellar takes a crack at teaching German I.
Upcoming Important Dates
May 7: Next Level Jobs Presentation
May 7: eLearning Day
May 10: Hall of Scholars Dinner
May 14: Choir Concert
May 15: JROTC Banquet
May 17: Senior Parade (during school)
May 21: Band Concert
May 22: Underclassmen Awards
May 23: Orchestra Concert
May 27: Memorial Day
May 28: Senior Honors Convocation
May 30: Last Day of School
May 30: Graduation