Hart FFA members have collected 38 pounds of aluminum pop tabs to donate to the Ronald McDonald House Charity. They will continue to collect through January and February. Also congratulations to the girl’s varsity basketball team on their win against the Shelby Tigers last Saturday. It had been 20 years since a girl’s varsity team has been able to come away with a win against the Tigers. The Pirates did an outstanding job of shooting freethrows, had balanced scoring, and great defense. Great job!
- Mrs. Krhovsky, FFA Teacher & Coach McLouth
Art 1 students learned how to "see" the possibilities in random objects when they built a prototype for a tool or machine using only recycled materials. Students then discussed elements of graphic design and marketing and created an advertisement, displayed in the main hallway, for their product. I am proud to say that based on the inventiveness of our students, I would not mind being an owner of a Shrill, a Surface Boat or Mia! In fact, The Holder and Butterflies have been put to good use in the art room! Come take a look at all the advertisements to see which product is most suitable for you!
- Mrs. Difede, HMS Art Teacher
As of January 88% of our Kindergarten pirates are at benchmark (grade level) on their letter sounds (O.P.R. = Oral Phonogram Review). Of that 88%...54% of the students already met the end of year goal! This is incredible because not only do they know their sounds, but they have to say each sound of a phonogram, in the correct order and pronounced accurately.
- Mrs. Hansen, Teacher
Starting the school year we only had three children in our classroom that could print their name. Now almost every child in our classroom can write their name! We are so proud of all their hard work and they are too.
- Mrs. Wolgamott & Mrs. Collins, GSRP
Superintendent of Schools