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  • Annie Mularski Finalist for "Gymnast of the Year"

     

    Congratulations to Annie Mularski for being a finalist for "Gymnast of the Year."  She will be recognized on May 14 at the Journal Sentinel Sports Awards at the Pabst Theatre.  

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  • Kreger FBLA State President & Noyes FBLA National Qualifier

     

    Marley Kreger was elected as the Wisconsin FBLA State President.  Her duties include presiding over executive board meetings and assigning duties as needed, serving as a liaison between the State executive board the the Wisconsin FBLA-PBL Foundations, reporting the activities of Wisconsin FBLA to the National office on a regular basis and presiding over the State Leadership Conference.  

    Annabelle Noyes took 3rd place in Intro to Financial Math to quality for FBLA Nationals.  

    Congratulations to Annabelle and Marley!

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  • Dan Dobner Named "Educator of the Year"

    Congratulations to Mr. Dan Dobner, Hartford Union High School Principal, who has been named the Educator of the Year. HUHS and our students are fortunate to have Mr. Dobner as their principal.

     

    Mr. Dobner received his Bachelor’s degree from UW-Whitewater in Business Education.  His first teaching assignment was in East Peoria, IL teaching Business while coaching football and track.  After one year in Illinois, Mr. Dobner moved back to Wisconsin and worked at Waunakee High School, outside of Madison, for seven years as a Business teacher and coached football and track.  Mr. Dobner has worked at HUHS for the last 16 years. He came to Hartford Union High School as an administrator in 2002.  He has been an Associate Principal, and for the last eight years the principal. 

     

    Mr. Dobner lives in Hartford with his wife Molly, and daughter Megan, who is a freshman at HUHS.  His son, Jacob,  HUHS alumni, and a freshman in college. In Mr. Dobner’s spare time you can find him on a lake!  He and his family enjoy boating and all the water sports that go along with it.

    According to Mr. Dobner, the best part of being a principal at HUHS is making those connections and relationships with students, staff, parents, and community members. The biggest reward is talking to students that you have helped out over the years, especially when they come back after graduating, to hear how you have helped them with an issue, big or small. 

     

    Mr. Dobner always has a positive attitude towards all students and staff, is a tremendous motivator at assemblies and school events, and is someone we can trust.   “I always know he has my safety and more importantly the safety of the students and staff as his first priority. His leadership and ability to handle and remain cool in difficult situations is bar none. He is the best administrator I have personally worked with and taught many of us great lessons to aspire to.”  - Laurell Scholz, Health Technician

     

    HUHS is fortunate to have such a great person such as Principal Dan Dobner!

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  • March Rotary Students

    The Hartford Rotary Club and Hartford Union High School are pleased to announce that Melissa Bohn and Aysiah Jaeke were honored recently as Rotary Students of the Month.  The students were given special recognition for their accomplishments at the Hartford Rotary Club’s Thursday noon meetings during the month of March.

    Melissa Bohn is the daughter of Ann and Michael Bohn.  Bohn is a member of the Varsity Math Team, National Honor Society, Student Council, and Students Modeling a Research Topic (SMART) Team at Hartford.  She has a passion for Math and Science and is one of the leaders of the SMART Team and was recently chosen to be part of the Varsity Math Team that represented HUHS at the North Shore Conference Math Meet. Outside of school, Bohn does volunteer work for St. John’s and St. Kilian’s Parishes.  She has also volunteered her time for Habitat for Humanity, the HUHS National Honor Society, and Red Cross blood drives through the HUHS Student Council.  After high school, Bohn plans to attend UW-Madison to pursue a major in Materials Science and Engineering.  She also would like to earn a Biology in Engineering Certificate so she can apply her degree in the medical field and help create materials for medical devices.

    Aysiah Jaeke is the daughter of Laurel and Timothy Jaeke.  Jaeke is a very active member of Student Council, H-Club, the Varsity Golf team, Concert Choir, the fall Musical casts, and National Honor Society.  This year, she was elected as an executive board member of National Honor Society as well as awarded Academic All-State for girls golf. Jaeke is also involved in the SMART Team at HUHS where she serves as a team leader.  The team is in the process of creating a poster explaining the protein SRSF2 which may ultimately play a role in a possible treatment for breast cancer. They plan on taking this poster to present in San Diego at the National Convention this spring.  Jaeke is an active member of the community as an employee at MJ Stevens Restaurant, a tutor through Casa Guadalupe’s Read-to Succeed Program, a volunteer coach for the Special Olympic golf team, and a member of the music ministry at St. Kilian’s Parish.  Jaeke has also volunteered her time helping at community musicals and the local Relay for Life. She always makes it a priority to find time to play violin, piano, and guitar.  After graduation from Hartford Union High School, Jaeke plans to attend either St. Norbert College or Marquette University to pursue a degree in Biochemistry and Microbiology.  With this degree, she hopes to attend medical school with the goal of attaining her MD PHD where she will be able to practice pathology as well as conduct her own research on the protein connections to various diseases.

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  • Herb Kohl Award Recipients

    The selection committee for the Herb Kohl Educational Foundation Scholarship, Fellowship, and Leadership Program has announced recipients of the 2018 Herb Kohl Foundation awards for students, teachers, and principals. Awards in the amount of $6,000 are being made to 100 teachers, 16 principals, and their schools, and $10,000 scholarships will be given to 191 graduating high school students.Initiative Scholarship recipients, chosen by their schools, have demonstrated exceptional initiative in the classroom and have shown strong promise for succeeding in college and beyond, but have not yet received other academic-based scholarships.

    Congratulations to Senior Skylar Garza, recipient of the $10,000 Herb Kohl Education Foundation 2018 Initiative Scholarship. Initiative Scholarship recipients, chosen by their schools, have demonstrated exceptional initiative in the classroom and have shown strong promise for succeeding in college and beyond, but have not yet received other academic-based scholarships..

    Congratulations to Senior Olivia Pusch, recipient of the $10,000 Herb Kohl Education Foundation 2018 Excellence Scholarship. Excellence Scholarship recipients have demonstrated excellence in the academic arena and high motivation to achieve, have displayed a broad range of activity and leadership outside the academic setting, and have shown strong promise for succeeding in college and beyond.

     

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