Walking School Bus & Bike Train – Oct. 23

Why Walk or Bike?

Safer Streets – Communities with higher rates of walking and bicycling tend to have lower crash rates for all travel modes. One reason my be that motorists drive more cautiously when they expect to encounter walkers and bicyclists. More walkers and bicyclists can also improve personal security by providing more “eyes on the street.”  Click here to visit the Walk & Bike to School website.

Activities: October 21-25, 2019

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For more information about HHS Activities – Click Here.

Tiger Pride!

BOND REFERENDUM ELECTION INFORMATION

Vote 2019 Fast Facts –

Click Here to View Fast Facts Information Page
Click Here to View Fast Facts in Spanish
Click Here to View Podcast (#MuchInHutch)
Click Here to View Fast Facts Presentation
Click Here to View West Elementary Concept
Click Here to View Park Elementary Concept

 

Frequently Asked Questions –

Many residents have similar questions. Use the link below to learn more about the bond referendum.

Click Here for Answers to Frequently Asked Questions

 

Property Tax Quick Reference Chart –

Click Here for the Property Tax Quick Reference Chart

 

Property Tax Information Site with Tax Calculator –

This site provides information for taxpayers of the Hutchinson School District regarding how the District’s proposed bond referendum will affect their property taxes. The site was prepared by the District’s financial advisors, Ehlers, in cooperation with the District. If you have questions about the information within the site, you may call Ehlers at 651-697-8522.

Click Here for the Property Tax Information Site

 

Public Hearings –

Tuesday, October 15, 2019
6:00 pm
Park Elementary Auditorium
Wednesday, October 16, 2019
11:30 am
West Elementary Cafeteria

 

Sample Ballot –

Click Here to View the Sample Ballot

 

Absentee/Early Voting –

If you are not available to vote on Election Day, November 5, it is easy to request and vote by absentee ballot.

Click Here to Learn More about Absentee/Early Voting Procedures

 

Play Matters: Nov. 6, 6:30 pm, HHS Auditorium

Tigers of the Week: HHS Marching Tigers Color Guard

Congratulations to our TIGERs of the Week:

HHS Marching Tigers Color Guard: Leah Pollmann, Kendallyn Kalenberg, Eavan McCormick, Jordan Schmidt, Maddie Nordman

The Color Guard has won Outstanding Color Guard at the Rebel Marching Band Classic and was named the best Color Guard in the state at the Youth in Music State Championships. This year’s Color Guard has gone above and beyond any previous Color Guard. They have put in the extra time with rehearsals and have been one of the most dedicated Color Guards I’ve ever taught.

Fall Festival – October 21, 2019

Activities: October 14-18, 2019

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For more information about HHS Activities – Click Here.

Tiger Pride!

School Board Meeting: October 14, 2019

The ISD 423 Board of Education will conduct a regular meeting on Monday, October 14, 2019 beginning at 5:30 pm in the Council Chambers at Hutchinson City Center (111 Hassan St SE).

Click Here for School Board Agendas

For Sale – ezPlasma 4’x4′ CNC Plasma Table

Hutchinson Public Schools, ISD 423

For Sale by Bid – Bids Due by 4 pm, October 22, 2019
Thermal Dynamics A40 Cutmaster Plasma Unit
  • Desktop Computer Running Windows XP
  • SheetCAM CADD Software with Mach3 Control Software
  • Minimum Starting Bid – $975
  • Bids due by 4 pm, Tuesday, October 22
  • Click Here to Submit Bid

To view item or ask questions, call 320-587-2151 or email steven.lammers@isd423.org.

Serious bids only. The School District reserves the right to reject any or all bids at any time.

 

Tigers of the Week: Isabelle Schmitz and Maddy Seifert

Congrats to Isabelle and Maddy, our TIGERs of the Week:

Isabelle Schmitz – Cross Country

Isabelle ran a 5k in 17:57, breaking her previous school record by 39 seconds. She has won the past three races after coming back from an injury, including winning the Milaca Mega Meet. She is a very determined runner and gives her best effort every day. She always has a positive attitude and is willing to put in the work to succeed.

 

Maddy Seifert – Girls Soccer

Maddy is our leading scorer, and biggest threat to opposing team defenses. But, being unselfish in her attempt to stop the teams goals-against average, she has assumed the responsibility as goal keeper. Even in questionable referee decisions, Maddy has respected the call, and continued in the same tenacity to play an aggressive controlled game.

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