On Tuesday, November 5th, Hart High School hosted College Application Day. The purpose of this event was to help all graduating seniors complete an application to a postsecondary educational institution. Representatives from West Shore Community College came down to assist our students with filling out their applications. This was our first year participating in this event, and we had 68 seniors complete 94 applications. A big thank you to the West Shore staff and to Mrs. Miller for processing all of the applications.
- Mrs. Copenhaver, High School Counselor
Prior to the start of the school year, many Hart Public Schools staff attended a Kagan Structure training in our media center. (Kagan Structures are designed to increase student engagement and create a better classroom climate.) An important part of the conference is the support services that are offered along with the conference fee. HMS was pleased to have one of the Kagan Coaches visit our classrooms last week. We are proud to report that she was very impressed with all that our staff is doing. Staff also met with her after school that night and went over more strategies and structures they could implement in their classrooms.
- Mrs. Hallack, Secretary
Family Literacy Night on November 12th was a success. Students enjoyed reading with their families and loved the turkeys donated by Cherry Hill in Shelby.
Also our Second Grade students are showing great progress in writing as seen at our Data Review meeting on November 20th.
- Mrs. Castillo, Teacher
We are exceptionally proud of our preschool students as they have been working very hard on their 4 B's. It isn't easy learning to be kind, be healthy, be safe and be your best! It takes a lot of effort for a preschooler to share with their friends, say please and thank you, and walk-not run in the hallways. We are so excited to see this wonderful growth in our young people and can't wait to see what will happen in the months to come. If you see a preschooler somewhere around the school following the 4 B's, please give them a high five for a job well done!
- Mrs. Schmieding, GSRP Teacher
We are proud of our Cross Country Team going to State Finals! Competition is Saturday. Details will be included in our next Points of Pride.
Superintendent of Schools
For the latest Pirates' Treasure Newsletter
President Judee Wilson is giving the Oath of Office to appointed Board of Education member, Chad Coker.
Deb Presuhn, Paraprofessional, is receiving a plaque in honor of her retirement from Hart Public Schools.