The official family newsletter of Horning Middle School
May 4th to May 17th
Main OfficePrincipal: Mr. Robert Blessington 262-970-3305
Principal Secretary: Rebecca Stark 262-970-3305
Associate Principal: Mrs. Veronica Leshok 262-970-3311
- 6B, 7B, 8B, Dual Language
Dean of Students & Athletic/Activities Director: Ms. Susan Inkmann 262-970-3450
- 6A, 7A, 8A, FLIGHT
School Resource Officer: James Wolbert 262-970-3304
Attendance/Associate Principal Secretary: Pamela Craig 262-970-3317
1-866-490-7371 or 262-970-3316
- Olivia Trejo, Health Room Assistant, 262-970-3315
- Mrs. Angie Jackson 262-970-3327 6A, 7A, 8A, FLIGHT Academy
- Ms. Natalie Ramirez 262-970-3326 6B, 7B, 8B, Dual
Social Worker: Angie Krueger, 262-970-1699
School Psychologist: Jeff Ludowissi 262-970-1093
Showcase of Learning - May 8th (4:00-6:30 p.m.)
Below, see the attached brochure that families will receive at HMS’ Showcase of Learning on May 8th. Join us and celebrate what your student has been learning and working on this year between 4:00-6:30 p.m.! Also, please join us for a free taco bar dinner, starting at 5:00 p.m. in the cafeteria. Please review the brochure as the 6A and 6B houses will follow a slightly different schedule, eating dinner at 5:30.
RSVP for the event/dinner at the "Showcase of Learning" link below.
Showcase of Learning-Desserts Needed
6th Grade Track and Field
If you have any questions please contact Mr Kuntz at email@example.com
End of the Year Expectations
April 16, 2019
Dear Horning Families,
As we work through the last quarter of the school year, we ask families to continue to help their student be cognizant of the high expectations we continue to have regarding student behavior and responsibilities. Below are a list of behavioral expectations that we need your assistance with. Please take a moment to review this information with your student.
Clothing should appropriately cover the chest, midriff and buttocks
No undergarments should be visible when standing or sitting
Hoodies must be worn with the hood down
No strapless, off the shoulder, or low cut tops allowed at school
Shoes must be worn at all times
Cell phones should be powered off and left in students assigned street locker for the duration of the school day
Come with the iPad fully charged every day
Bus Safety and Expectations:
The bus is an extension of school and all school rules apply
Stay seated throughout the bus ride
Keep voices at conversational volume (level 2), no yelling please
Students may be removed from the bus
Laser pointers are considered a dangerous item and should not be brought to school
Students should utilize assigned lockers to secure belongings each time it is closed
Repeated refusal to do what is asked is considered a major referral
Swearing is not appropriate language at school
Our students are also expected to follow community expectations and represent their school and families in a positive light.
Please encourage your student(s) to remain focused on finishing the school year strong academically and behaviorally. You are vital to all of our student’s success. Thank you for your attention and support!
Robert M. Blessington Veronica Leshok Susan Inkmann
Principal Assistant Principal Dean of Students
Message from Our Nurse
Waukesha Education Foundation - About Us
The Waukesha Education Foundation is comprised of community members whose initiative is to award grants to School District of Waukesha teachers who have innovative ideas or projects for their classrooms or school community. The Waukesha Education Foundation is funded entirely by donations. We are a 501(c)(3) organization and donations are tax deductible as allowed by law.
MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR OUR UPCOMING EVENTS!
Waukesha Education Foundation Walk/Run and Wellness Fair - May 11, 2019 at North High School Register as an individual OR a team for a fun-filled morning!
Waukesha Education Foundation Golf Outing - August 7, 2019 at Western Lakes Golf Club
Celebration of Excellence Gala - November 14, 2019 at The Ingleside
Check Out the Latest from the Waukesha Education Foundation in our Newsletter
Library Lunch Bunch
Horning Site Council (Family/Parent Advisory Group)
Site Council is Horning’s family/parent advisory group. Our mission is to build our school community, and to support our learners, families, academics and activities. Feel free to contact us any time at firstname.lastname@example.org. We meet on the 2nd Thursday of each month in the iCenter (aka Library). Please join us!
May 7th - Track Practice, Secondary Instruments, Jazz Choir
May 8th - Talent Show Rehearsal, Jazz Band
May 9th - French Club, Track Meet at Butler, GSA
May 10th - Track Practice
May 14th - Track Practice, Secondary Instruments, Jazz Choir
May 15th - Art Club, Track Practice, Jazz Band, Student Council
May 16th - Track Meet at Carroll University
May 17th - Track Practice
*All activities run from 2:45pm - 3:45pm unless otherwise noted.
Our website, https://sdw.waukesha.k12.wi.us/horningms will also have a current calendar of our co-curricular activities for your planning purposes.
Please contact Ms. Inkmann, Athletic Director with questions.
Connect With Us!
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/ SDW Horning