Focus on Education
STATE and NATIONAL Bound Brickies!
Bruce took to the semi-state course at New Prairie and landed 1 spot shy of qualifications. After a somewhat agonizing weekend it was decided by the IHSAA that his time did in fact earn him a spot at STATE! He has been working hard year round for this opportunity and we know he will shine! Best of luck, Bruce!
Then there is our amazing JROTC Raiders who attended the State competition and tore it up - walking away with the CHAMPIONSHIP TITLE! They competed against many top teams in the state and are humbly making their way to Georgia to compete in the NATIONALS. There are 3,000 raider teams in the nation and only 90 attend the National Competition in Georgia. We are SO PROUD of our Bricks and had them proudly walk through the halls of our schools while the Brickies sent them off with Brickie Pride! There National Competition is taking place November 1st - 3rd so keep an eye on the School City of Hobart Facebook and Twitter pages for the results! Best of luck, Bricks!
Brickies Canoe on Lake George!
We are Building Healthy Brickies!
Joan Martin's New Club - Makers Club!
They started with the traditional airplane challenge where they designed their paper airplane and threw it to see whose would go the farthest. Then they had the cardboard challenge where they randomly chose a city building which they designed and built with cardboard and tape. After all were complete they put it all together and created Cardboard City! It turned out amazing!
Most recently they had the Cable Car Challenge and designed and built a "car" that would then have to be powered down a string with the air from a balloon. After everyone had a first attempt they were able to go back to the drawing board and tweak their design for further travel. The second round was better and the students were really enjoying the challenge.
Their next challenge is to take crayons do a crayon recycling make and take project. They started with a whole bucket of Joan Martin’s students’ discarded crayons and took the wrappers off. We cannot wait to see how this turns out! Outstanding job, Brickies! I know we have some future inventors in our District!
Scheduled eLearning Day - November 5th! Be Prepared!
Click this link to read or see below! Also visit www.hobart.k12.in.us/eLearning for helpful information!
Click here to find ALL the information you need to help your student prepare for their future in the best way possible! Whether getting certified or working toward a degree - the School City of Hobart is here for you!
HHS's "Careers In The Trades" Newsletter!
Did you know...
There are a lot of workers who spend five years or less in every job they take on? In January 2016, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported the average employee tenure was 4.2 years, down from 4.6 years in January 2014.
It's more important than ever for you to make sure you have options for what skills you develop and what credentials you earn so that you are marketable.
What will it take for you to be successful?
The successful worker is one who is up-to-date on trends in their industry and who is always learning and refining skills and abilities.
What can you do now to prepare for the future?
By taking dual credit classes while in high school and working to earn a certificate, technical certificate, or associate's degree - you can save a lot of time and money while working towards finding and keeping your dream job. Talk to your counselor and see what HU can do for you!
Check out this link for ALL the information you need to help your student succeed! Plus there is a fun mini-movie that will help explain the new requirements.
Tech Talk And Your Family
Nurse's Corner for November!
Flu - Don’t Waste Fall By Being Sick. Get A Flu Shot! It’s Super Quick! Don’t forget to get your flu shot and stay protected. Contact your healthcare provider or make an appointment at our Brickie Clinic 219-945-9383.
Vaccinations - All students should be up to date on their vaccinations. Indiana state law requires you to have up to date immunizations. If you have any questions or concerns about the new school year 2019-20 requirements, please contact your school nurse. Last and final Deadline to turn in vaccinations is November 11, 2019. After this date, unless you have provided a written statement with an appointment date, your child will be excluded from school for 5 days. After the 5 exclusion days we will have no other choice, but to go through an expulsion procedure for your child.
Health Conditions - If your student has a specific health condition or needs special care during the school day such as medication, treatments, or monitoring, please inform your school nurse and provide your nurse with a care plan. Individual health care plans help keep your student safe and healthy.
Sick students - Please keep all sick children home from school- this includes fever greater than 100 degrees, vomiting or diarrhea. If you are unsure please call your healthcare provider or school nurse for advice.
Head Lice - It’s that time of year where our students break out their coats, scarves and hats. Please encourage your child not to share such items as hats, scarves, brushes or any personal items. Lice is not a danger to your child’s health, it is simply an annoying problem that comes around this time of year, so no need to panic. Please know that anyone and everyone can get lice. Getting lice has nothing to do with you being clean or dirty, it only has to do with the fact that you are human. It is very important to check your family for lice this time of year regularly. If you find any live lice or eggs, it is absolutely necessary to treat each “infected” person, but more importantly, YOU MUST notify the school so that we can effectively and confidentially assist you with monitoring. The school nurse can assist you with proper treatment options as well as identify and demonstrate for you what to do.
CLOTHING - Please make sure your student has an extra change of clothing in his/her backpack in case needed for unseen circumstances that may arise during the school day. Also, remember it is getting colder so please bring pants and long shirts to replace the shorts and t-shirts.
If you have any questions, please call your school nurse or visit our school web page at: http://www.hobart.k12.in.us for more information on student health, school forms, and other helpful links
Help ALL Brickies Get A Lunch!
Here Comes The Bus App
Scheduled eLearning Day!
Tuesday, Nov. 5th, 9am-3pm
School City of Hobart
he SCOH is utilizing an eLearning day to encourage voting while not losing a school day. Most of our schools are polling locations for many of our residents, as a result
this will also guarantee safety for our students and staff as traffic will be much heavier at these locations. In doing so, this opportunity ensures there is no loss of learning. Students are required to participate and will receive instructions from their teacher(s). Should you have any questions, your student('s)teacher(s) will be available via email from 9am - 3pm on this day or you can
visit our site at www.hobart.k12.in.us/elearning for more helpful information!
Parent Safety Meeting
Wednesday, Nov. 6th, 6pm
Hobart High School Board Room
FAFSA Completion Event
Thursday, Nov. 7th, 4-6:30pm
Hobart High School
Two times! 8am - 11am or 4pm - 6:30pmStudents and parents looking for help completing the FAFSA are encouraged to attend one of these times. INvestEd Team Members will be at Hobart High School to help families complete the FAFSA on the Web or answer any questions a family may have. Please bring your 2018 taxes, copies of your social security numbers for both you and your student, and a laptop if you have one. If coming from 8-11 AM, please RSVP to Penny Guerra at 942-8521.
HHS Theatre Department's Fall Musical Production - ELF!!
Friday, Nov. 8th, 7pm
Hobart High School Theatre
Are you a senior citizen? Join us for FREE during our Senior Citizen Legacy Event on November 10th at 2pm for appetizers followed by the musical performance - RSVP at (219) 942-8521 ext. 8193
Wednesday, Nov. 27th, 7:30am to Friday, Nov. 29th, 3:30pm
School City of Hobart
The School City of Hobart does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, sex, color, national origin, religion, age, sexual orientation, marital status, genetic information, or disability, including limited English proficiency.