Archives for April 2018

Tigers of the Week: April 30, 2018

Congrats to Shelby, Alyssa, Abi, Liz, Bella, and Olivia on being named our TIGERs of the week.   

The students have gone above and beyond the typical school day to learn more about various aspects of the health field that they are interested in. They out competed students from around the state and now will be representing MN HOSA at the International Leadership Conference in Dallas Texas this June.

Shelby Mohr – 2nd Place -Medical Law and Ethics
Alyssa Grutt – 2nd place – Medical Math
Abi Reiter – 2nd Place – Forensic Science
Lizzy Lansink -1st Place – Sports Medicine (Competing at Nationals)- 2nd Place – Physical Therapy
Bella Maher – 2nd Place – Forensic Science
Olivia Hansen – 1st Place – Medical Math (Not Pictured)

Activity Schedule: April 30 – May 5, 2018

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Activities Department

Thayne Johnson, Activities Director
Meghan Laffen, Administrative Assistant

COMPETE LIKE A TIGER

TENACITY, INTEGRITY, GRATITUDE, EFFORT, RESPECT
TIGER PRIDE!

HHS Wall of Fame

Activities Director Thayne Johnson is asking for nominations from the community for the 2018 HHS Wall of Fame.

The categories for nomination include Coach/Advisor, Athlete, Fan, Outstanding Graduate, and Fine Arts. The deadline for nominations is May 15, 2018.

Each inductee will have their picture and synopsis displayed at the Hutchinson High School.

The induction ceremony will take place prior to the 2018 Homecoming football game. The Homecoming game will be played October 12, 2018 versus Rocori.

Nominations can be submitted online – click here.

If you have any questions about the Wall of Fame nomination process, please contact Mr. Johnson at 320-234-2698.

HHS Wall of Fame Inductees

West Students Playing at Wheel & Cog

West students having fun at Wheel & Cog. Multiple classrooms and students have enjoyed going to Wheel & Cog this school year!

 

It Is All About You

By Dolf Moon, Director of Parks, Recreation and Community Education

Even with cool temperatures and snow on the ground, summer is right around the corner. The PRCE brochure is out and has plenty of opportunities for you and your family. We look forward to seeing your family at the Hutchinson Aquatic Center. Your kids may be interested in Kids Clay Camp, Little Scientist or Animation-ish to name a few. We also have a variety of sports camp offerings led by the Tiger Coaching Staff.

This summer you will want to take advantage of our many new playgrounds. We encourage you check out our parks, trails and fitness park information at  www.ci.hutchinson.mn.us or maybe even try geocaching.  Keep an eye on the Heart of Hutch activities by eating smart, moving naturally or connecting wholeheartedly.

The PRCE Department offers a wide variety of educational and recreational opportunities to district residents. The uniqueness of the program starts with you. If you have an interest and do not see a program that meets your needs, let us know. We will try to arrange a program. If you have a skill, you would like to share with others, give us a call. We are currently putting together the fall/winter brochure

PRCE reaches out to the entire community whether you are a parent with a preschool child (Early Childhood Family Education), a student taking a program after school, participating in Middle School athletics, an adult in a class or league, a senior citizen dropping by our center there’s something for all ages. PRCE also provides Adult Basic Education opportunities. Whether you dropped out of high school, are looking for a new job or trying to receive your GED, we can help. If you are looking to use a facility, a park shelter or a ball field, we can help.

Parks, Recreation and Community Education understand that “community” extends from neighborhoods to the world. We are flexible enough to meet the needs of a fast-changing society. We can extend the reach of education and bring people together in a common purpose. We like getting people involved in our schools. We can become partners in addressing community needs. We do this by offering a scope of activities and services that evolve with new generations of people and technologies, making the community a learning center open for people of all ages.

Parks, Recreation and Community Education reaches out to be inclusive. Every day it proves that the community and our schools, working together, can be greater than the sum of their individual parts.

Tigers of the Week: Cast & Crew of the Spring Play

Congrats to the cast and crew of the spring play, our TIGERs of the Week for April 23 – 27

Spring Play Cast and Crew

The cast and crew members of “All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten” are a great example of all TIGER qualities. They put in countless hours of rehearsal, memorizing some challenging pieces to put together a fantastic show. They were a true ensemble and worked as one. When one was down, the others pulled them up. It has been a true blessing to work with them.

Activity Schedule: April 23-28, 2018

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Activities Department

Thayne Johnson, Activities Director
Meghan Laffen, Administrative Assistant

COMPETE LIKE A TIGER

TENACITY, INTEGRITY, GRATITUDE, EFFORT, RESPECT
TIGER PRIDE!

Walking School Bus – April 25, 2018

2018-2019 Academic Calendar

The 2018-2019 Academic Calendar is now available.

Click Here to View the 2018-2019 Academic Calendar

Haga clic aquí para ver el calendario académico 2018-2019

“All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten”

Hutchinson Public Schools

Hutchinson Public Schools