On May 16th, eleven juniors went for a tour and job shadow at the GHSP plant in Hart. Students selected a job that interested them to shadow for the morning. Some of the jobs included Quality Manager, Assembly Operator, Material Planner and Molding Operator. After their job shadow, students attended a short presentation on the various different career opportunities offered at GHSP along with the varying levels of education required. This school-to-work opportunity was provided to us through the LCAN (Local College Access Network) initiative.
- Mrs. Copenhaver, Counselor
Hart Middle School shows pride in their community! On May 7th, Student Council members picked up trash along the Hart-Montague Rail Trail from the trailhead on Water St. to Mears. It was a beautiful day to work on beautifying something that is used by many residents and visitors in our area!
The middle school participates in the district provided "Shred-It" shredding and recycling program. The company visits our building each month and shreds paperwork that contains personal information. All material that is shredded is subsequently baled and recycled thus saving precious natural resources. Through our efforts this year we were proud to have saved 12.45 trees from destruction!
- Mrs. Hallack, Secretary
Four groups of students just finished 6 weeks of specific lessons tailored for their needs in a Social Skills Group with Mrs. Albus. One group did so well they are having a celebration lunch with her on Friday, April 26. A couple more groups will be finishing up next week and we are hopeful they will earn a celebration lunch as well.
- Mrs. Albus, School Social Worker
In honor of Earth Day, the Conservation Office was very generous in donating a White Pine sapling for every child at Diman-Wolf ECC and Playgroup. The children were excited to take the trees home to plant with their families.
- Alicia Smith, Playgroup
Congratulations to the Hart Board of Education in their selection of a new Superintendent for Hart Public Schools! The Board selected Mark Platt who is the principal at Churchill Elementary in the Mona Shores School District. Even though Mr. Platt is currently an elementary principal, he has had experience at every grade level.
Although his contract is still being finalized, we are looking forward to getting to know Mr. Platt and we welcome him to Hart Public Schools!
- Mrs. Peeraer, Executive Assistant
For the latest Pirates' Treasure Newsletter
Recognized for Girls Basketball
Macayla Greiner & Taylor Wiegand.
Recognized for Wrestling
Recognized for Competitive Cheer
Brooke Rosa, Kelsey Mead, Ariana Ferwerda & Alex Dupont.
Shown with Coach Jen Hlady.
Congratulations to Alexis Gale for breaking the Hart Middle School record in the pole vault, with a vault of 8'. The old record was held by Dominique Vandenheuvel, set in 2008.