March 2015  
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Dear parents 

Just a reminder, you can click on the Newsletter Link off to the left under Quick Links to see our Daily Newsletter.

Hart High School will administer the ACT/WorkKeys to all students in grade 11 on March 3rd and March 4th.  All juniors should report to school by 8:15 AM on both dates and test will begin no later than 8:25 AM.  Testing doors will close at 8:25AM and NO LATE ARRIVALS WILL BE ADMITTED TO TEST!  On March 3rd, ACT testing should end at approximately 12:45 PM.  All juniors will be dismissed from school once testing is completed.  On March 4th, juniors will test until 11:30 AM and then continue on with their regular schedule in the afternoon.

All juniors are required to take and complete both days of testing during the dates mentioned above in order to graduate from Hart High School. Specific test will be given on specific days so it is critical for students to attend each day.

 ALL STUDENTS WILL BE IN ATTENDANCE ON MARCH 4TH.  Seniors will not attend HHS on March 3rd, but will have a career and / or college day and plan to visit a business or school they may be interested in for next year. 

It is a tradition at Hart High School to pay class dues.  Dues are used to fund prom, graduation, and other class sponsored activities.  These activities can cost nearly $200 dollars, but class dues keep the cost of these activities near $60.00.  Each student needs to pay their dues in order to attend prom or walk at graduation. Paying each year keeps students from having to pay all dues to attend prom.  You can pay dues all at once or over the course of three years.   Each student needs to pay $60.00 total or $20.00/year. Students can turn dues into Mrs. Weesies, Room 15, and will receive a receipt with their payments.

Need help with your homework? Join Ms. Kaminski in Homework Club. We meet every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday after school in the Media Center until 4:30.
Hart High is proud to announce the launch of the Pirate LINKS program.  We are empowering students with disabilities to have a more natural high school experience by linking them up with peer supports each hour. This fosters independence and social growth in our students with disabilities, and responsibility and an appreciation for diversity in their peer links.
-Ms. Kelly Olson, Teacher



Matthew McDonald, Principal