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  • Strategic Plan Process at HUHS

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  • FFA at State Convention

    The FFA State Convention Highlights for Hartford Union High School Included:

    State Degrees (State FFA Degree is given to the top members of a State FFA Association):  Jordan Gehring, Heather Griesmer, Sheila Weninger, Hannah Krell, Al Lepien 

    Gold Proficiency (The Agricultural Proficiency Awards honor FFA members who, through their SAEs, have developed specialized skills that they can apply toward their future careers): Jordan Gehring - Dairy Production Placement, 3rd Place & Sectional Winner, Brandon Strupp - Beef Production Placement, 5th Place & Sectional Winner, Brandon Strupp - Sheep Production, 11th Place

    Ag Artwork Contest:  Heather Griesmer - 2nd Place in division, 2 Blue Ribbons

    Scapbook:  Noelle Hegy - Blue Ribbon, Top 10

    National Scholarships:  Heather Griesmer, Sheila Weninger

    State Choir:  Sheila Weninger, Leah Weninger

    State FFA Officer Candidates:  Heather Griesmer, Sheila Weninger

    WLC Scholarship:  Chey Krell

    State Talent Gold & Nationals Recommendation:  Sheila Weninger

    State Band:  Hannah Horst

    National Choir (2016-17 School Year):  Sheila Weninger

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  • Students Travel to France

    A group of 14 students and 3 adults from HUHS went on a tour of France from June 12-25, 2017.  The trip exposed the travelers to the varied history of the country as well as the varied climates and regions.  The group landed in Switzerland and drove to Chamonix where they visited the Aiguille du Midi for a view of Mont Blanc, the highest mountain in Europe.  After that they traveled to Lyon, a city which boasts a 2000 year history and then on to the south.  There the group was able to see some of the Roman ruins such as the Pont du Gard-a former Roman -aquaduct an old Roman temple, an amphitheater, and La Tour Magne-a tower that overlooks the old Roman city of Nimes.  There was a visit to the coastal town of Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer for some time at the Mediterranean, and then the group moved on towards the west where they visited the "pink city" of Toulouse, center of the aerospace industry and the medieval walled city of Carcassonne.  From there, the group moved on to Oradour sur Glane, a small village in which the inhabitants were rounded up by the Nazis and exterminated and the village burned to the ground.  After that, the group went on to the city of Tours, a former Gallic-Roman settlement with side tours to two of the kings' summer residences in the Loire Valley, Chambord and Chenonceau.  Following this example of luxury, the group continued to the north to the village of Bayeux, took a side trip to Mont Saint Michel-a monastery at the top of an island-and then continued on to experience several D-day sites in Normandy and the Peace Museum in Caen.  After this sobering day, the group moved on to the city of Versailles and visited the palace where there were many peace treaties signed over the years.  Paris was the final destination.  The group saw many of the major tourist sites including the Eiffel Tower, the Opera, the Sacred Heart Basilica, the Louvre and the Orsay Museums, the Arch of Triumph, and the Catacombs.  After two scorching hot weeks, the group returned to Hartford very tired, but very happy!

    Click here to view a video slide show of pictures!

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  • Students Travel to Peru

    This summer 21 students traveled to many majestic Inca sites in Peru; the highlight being Machu Picchu.  The students spent seven days in Cusco, the gateway to Machu Picchu, in homestays.  Students became a part of a Peruvian family, meaning the students practiced their Spanish speaking skills, learned about the customs and culture of the city, and ate typical Peruvian food.  

    In addition the days in Cusco, students spent two days in Puno, allowing them to visit the beautiful Lake Titicaca and one day in the capital city of Lima.

    One of the days, students visited a school on the outskirts of Cusco.  Although school wasn't in session due to a teacher's strike, the Principal gathered students to play games, sing songs, and speak Spanish with our students.

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  • FBLA Students Head to Nationals

    At the end of June, Thomas Kellicut and Marley Kreger represented both Hartford Union High School FBLA and the state of Wisconsin at the FBLA National Leadership Conference in Anaheim, CA! While at the conference, both students had the opportunity to participate in the Institute for Leaders, which provided the students with workshops to hone their leadership and entrepreneurial skills, as well as the opportunity to network with students from around the nation! In addition to building leadership skills, Thomas also had the opportunity to compete in the Accounting I event, while Marley lead the state of Wisconsin at various events as a part of her role on the Wisconsin FBLA State Officer Team. In addition to an awesome conference experience, students also did some sightseeing in LA and Hollywood, spent some time at Huntington Beach and, of course, had a blast at Disneyland! While Thomas did not make the stage in his event, both he and Marley positively represented both HUHS and the state of Wisconsin at the conference.

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  • WFCA All-Star Football Game

    On July 15, Quinn Meinerz and Ryan Zuern (Class of 2017) represented HUHS at the Wisconsin Football Coaches Association All-Star Game to benefit Children's Hospital of Wisconsin. Quinn and Ryan were nominated by Coach Redders and the HUHS Football Coaching staff, along with 400 players from around the state. With only 220 players being selected, they participated in the all-stars camp, and then played in the annual North VS South All-Star game. In return for playing and their camp experience, each player is required to raise $750 for Children's Hospital. Quinn and Ryan raised a combined total of $3,265! Congratulations, you have made HUHS very proud of all of your accomplishments!

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