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Hortonville Area School District
HASD school closure - January 10, 2017
The Hortonville Area School District will be closed on Tuesday, January 17, due to the weather conditions. All after school activities are canceled.
HASD Online Registration -- NOW OPEN
Online registration for the 2017-2018 school year is now open for all students interested in attending school in the Hortonville Area School District. All registrations will be done online. Click here to register your child for the 2017-18 school year. If you need assistance, please call Student Registration at 920-779-7921.
HASD Child Development Fair
The HASD Child Development Fair is canceled for Tuesday, January 17th. The event will be rescheduled.
Polar Bear Princess Party
The students of HHS DECA (DECA is a career and technical student organization that helps students develop their leadership skills, explore career areas in business and marketing, establish career goals, and develop character and self-confidence.) are having a Princess Party to support the Make*A*Wish Foundation! If you have a child interested in a day of cupcake decorating, face painting, story time and so much more, please click here to register.Registration forms are due by February 3rd.
HASD Helping Those in Need
The Hortonville Area School District has reached out to help numerous families and organizations this holiday season. HMS, GMS, and GES will be participating in Dewey's Food Drive with a goal of reaching 20,000 canned goods. The HASD Transportation Department is helping local families by hosting the annual Adopt-a-Family Bucket Raffle to help a few local families ease their Christmas stress.
Over the past five years the HASD Safety Team, consisting of administrators, law enforcement officials, and support staff, has led efforts to ensure that our students and staff are safe. The goal this year is revise the Emergency and Crisis Plan with the help law enforcement and other school safety officials to ensure our safety plans are in line with current effective practice.
The Health and Physical Education Department worked collaboratively to implement Fuel UP to Play 60 in each school. HASD has implemented breakfast, healthy snacks, a cooler in the Fitness Center, Taste Test Days and Bike/Walk to School days. This year, 23 HASD students from Greenville Middle School were invited to be a part of the Larry McCarren show help at Lambeau Field. Read more...
HASD Educators "Make the Grade"
HASD teachers have wonderful opportunities to learn and upgrade their technology skills this year. Online Services Manager, Lindsey Gardner, has set up monthly tech training opportunities for teachers. "Outstanding lessons have been prepared for teachers to upgrade the technology skills through the use of resources like digital notebooks, presentation tools, and collaboration tools with students and staff," Gardner said.