November Students of the Month 2017-18

Holly was a Cheer team member during her freshman year. She has been nominated for National Honor Society and has been a member of the HUHS Dance Team during her sophomore, junior, and senior years.  Holly was named Captain of the Competitive Dance Team this year.  Her leadership responsibilities are to communicate to the team, choreograph routines, demonstrate proper dance techniques, and lead proper stretching exercises.  Holly also represented HUHS at the We The People: The Citizen and Constitution State Finals Competition at Marquette Law School during her sophomore year.

Holly has given back to her community by volunteering her time with her Church Youth Group.  She ushers and serves as an acolyte during church worship services, helped with the highway cleanup program, baked and decorated cookies for the cookie fair, designed, painted, and decorated youth rooms for the Boys and Girls Club, and participated in the Haiti Food Pack Program.  She also volunteers her time as a Girl Scout Program Aide and served as a humanitarian volunteer in Nicaragua donating school supplies and repainting student desks at a local elementary school.

In the spring, Holly plans to take CNA classes at Moraine Park Technical College.  In the fall, she plans to attend Carroll University to pursue a major in Exercise and Science.  Holly’s ultimate goal is to earn a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree.

Zachary has participated in Boys Cross Country, Boys Swimming and Boys Track and Field at HUHS.  He has served as Captain of the Boys Cross Country and Boys Swimming team.  Zachary is also active in the Music Program at Hartford playing trombone in the Jazz and Marching Band and sings with the Concert Choir.

Zachary has given back to his community by volunteering his time at the local Food Pantry and at St. Kilian Church and St. Mary of the Hill Church. Zachary has also been very active in the Boy Scout program, recently earning Eagle Scout status.

Zachary believes students do not need four years of college to become successful.  After graduating from Hartford Union, Zachary plans to attend either UTI to become a certified automotive technician or WCTC to become an electrician.

October Students of the Month 2017-18Bethany is a member of the H-Club, Model UN, the National Honor Society, Varsity Girl’s Volleyball, the Varsity Math Team, the Math Club and Student Council at Hartford Union High School.  She earned a varsity letter in Volleyball and served as captain of the team this past season. Bethany is also Co-Secretary of the Math Club.

Bethany spends a good portion of her time volunteering for and through her co-curricular involvements.  She has worked at the H-Club concessions stand for home sporting events and has participated in several H-Club fundraisers. Bethany also planned and organized a middle school math meet through the Math Club. Bethany has participated in two mission trips and plans on attending a third through her church this summer.  For the past three years, she has helped coach boys’ volleyball at St. Kilian School.  In her spare time, Bethany enjoys hiking, kayaking, and playing sports and games with her family.  She also enjoys reading, knitting, and spending time with her friends.

After graduating from HUHS, Bethany plans to attend an out of state four-year university to double major in political science and psychology.  She eventually plans to become a civil litigation lawyer and hopefully become involved in politics.Caden is a member of the National Honor Society, Student Council, the Varsity Math Club, the Math Team, the Varsity Track Team, and the Teacher of the Year Selection Committee at HUHS. Caden has been a varsity pole-vaulter on the Boys Track Team since his sophomore year.  He is the current President of the National Honor Society and Co-Secretary of the Math Club.  He was elected Homecoming King by his peers this past fall.  This past summer, Caden represented Hartford Union High School at Badger Boys State at Ripon College.

Caden has given back to his community by volunteering his time at blood drives and other Student Council events.  He has also helped out at Junior Varsity track meets, the Shamrock Shuffle 5K Run and has served as a Bell Ringer for the Salvation Army. Caden also served as a mentor for “We the People” student government simulation.

In the fall, Caden plans to attend UW-Madison to pursue a major in Actuarial Science and earn a certificate in Spanish.

September Students of the Month 2017-18Sheridan is a member of the HUHS National Honor Society, the DECA and FBLA Clubs, and the SMART TEAM (Students Modeling a Research Topic).  She received the National Honor Society’s Spade award, which recognizes top academic performance in the junior class.  Sheridan placed first at FBLA Regionals the past two years for business presentations.  She placed fifth at state in business presentations during her sophomore year.  During her freshman and sophomore year, Sheridan also participated in Girl’s Volleyball, Girl’s Varsity Basketball, Girl’s Varsity Softball, and Mock Trial.

Sheridan has given back to her community by volunteering her time serving during mass and at the annual fall festival at her local parish, St. John’s in Rubicon.  She has also volunteered her time at local fundraising events for individuals within the community.

Sheridan is currently taking her CNA course at Moraine Park Technical College in Beaver Dam.  She is not sure which university she will attend in the future, but she has been accepted into the Direct Admission Program for Nursing at Bradley University.  Eventually, Sheridan wants to become a Nurse Practitioner.  She also enjoys traveling and has been to Spain and Peru.  She hopes to incorporate Spanish into her future educational plans as a second language to better prepare her to help patients in her medical career.

 

Brandon is a member of the National Honor Society, the Math Club, the Drum Major of the Marching Band, and President of the FFA Club at Hartford Union High School.  He received a gold rating on the FFA beef and sheep production proficiency awards and has been a sectional qualifier for multiple FFA  speaking contests.

Brandon has given back to his community by volunteering his time with the Hartford Special Olympics program and with the Hartford Christmas Project.  He also enjoys showing pigs and sheep at the County Fair and working on his parent’s farm.  Brandon is also involved in his own sheep raising business.

In the fall, Brandon plans to attend UW-Madison to pursue a major in Dairy Science.  He hopes to be able to complete internships with animal nutrition companies in the United States and internationally. Eventually, Brandon would like to earn a PH.D. in Dairy Science with an emphasis in nutrition.

 


May Students of the Month 2016-17

Allison is a member of the HUHS Girls Cross-Country and Track and Field Teams and served as captain of both teams during her senior year.  She participated in Girls Volleyball during her freshman and sophomore year and was a member of the FBLA Club and a state qualifier during her junior year at HUHS.  Allison is also a member of the H-Club and the National Honor Society.  In 2017, Allison was named a Wisconsin Little Ten Scholar Athlete.

Allison has given back to her community by volunteering her time at the Hartford Hospital Gift Shop and as a Salvation Army bell ringer during the Christmas holidays.  She has also participated in H-Club’s annual Thanksgiving Food and Toys for Tots drives.

In the fall, Allison plans to attend UW-Madison to pursue a double major in Biomedical Science and Spanish.  Her ultimate goal is to become a Physician’s Assistant and travel to third world countries to treat infectious diseases due to poor water quality.

Alexander is a member of the Boy’s Tennis Team, the Boy’s Cross-Country Team, the Chess Club, the Ski Club, the First Robotics Club, the National Honor Society, and the Mock Trial team at HUHS.  He received the Advance Placement Scholar with Distinction Award in 2016.

Alexander has given back to his community by logging over 300 volunteer hours for the Boy Scouts of America organization.  He has also achieved Eagle Scout status in that organization. Alexander also volunteers his time at First United Methodist Church.

During his junior year, Alexander took a course at Marquette University in computing (Data Structures for Engineers).  In the fall, Alexander plans to attend UW-Madison to pursue a major in Computer Science.

April Students of the Month 2016-17

Tasha has been part of the HUHS Volleyball program all four years.  She earned varsity letters the past two years and was named the program’s most improved player and honorary team captain. Tasha is also a member of the National Honor Society and the SMART (Students Modeling a Research Topic) Team.  In 2014, She participated in the We the People: The Citizen and Constitution State Finals and place 3rd in the event.

Tasha has given back to her community by volunteering her time as a religious education helper, Confirmation speaker and fall festival volunteer for St. John’s Catholic Church.  She has also worked at the National Honor Society’s Spaghetti Dinner fundraiser and at volleyball camps for 4th – 8th graders at HUHS.

In the fall, Tasha plans to attend the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay to pursue a major in Human Biology.  She would like to become a DNA analyst or work in a laboratory setting.

Cora is a member of the HUHS Girls Swimming and Track and Field Teams, the National Honor Society and the H-Club.  She has received several special awards while attending Hartford Union High School. Cora is an AP Scholar Student, WLT Conference Swimmer of the Year, and was named Honorable Mention All-State in Girls Swimming.  She is also a state qualifier in Girls Track and Field.

Cora has given back to her community by volunteering her time creating promotional posters and brochures for the HUHS Booster Club, working as a timer for high school and club swim meets, and collecting items for the H-Club’s annual Thanksgiving Food and Toys for Tots drives.

In the fall, Cora plans to attend the University of Wisconsin-Madison to pursue a major in Marketing and Business or Political Science.

March Students of the Month 2016-17

Laura has been part of the varsity girl’s swim team at Hartford for the past four years and served as captain this past season.  She is the school record holder in the 200 Free Relay, Sectional Champion in the 200 Free Relay, and finished 6th in the 200 Free Relay at the WIAA State Swimming meet in 2016. Laura is an officer for the National Honor Society, President of the Math Club, and a member of the H-Club and the Math Team.

Laura has given back to her community by volunteering her time as a Floor Assistant at the Aurora Medical Center in Hartford.  She has also helped with the Lincoln School Fun Fair and collecting items for the H-Club’s annual Thanksgiving Food and Toys for Tots drives. Laura recently completed her Girl Scout Gold Award project.  She built and decorated a reading room and started a book club at the Hartford Boys and Girls Club.

After graduation from HUHS, Laura plans to attend the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities to major in Nursing.

Jordyn participated in girl’s softball, volleyball, and cross-country.  She was named captain of both the varsity girl’s softball and cross-country teams. Jordyn is also a member of the Students Modeling a Research Topic (SMART) Team and the National Honor Society.

Jordyn has given back to her community by volunteering her time at Erin School as a tutor, classroom helper and serving as co-chair of the Erin School Fun Fair.  She has also helped out at local math meet competitions, the Erin School/Erin Hills Golf Course Fun Run, the HUHS Cross Country Grade School Challenge Run and the Hartford/Slinger Relay for life fundraiser. Jordyn has served as a leadership intern at Camp Invention and been involved in fundraisers to benefit the National Honor Society and Fellow Student Medical Expenses. Jordyn has been working as a certified nursing assistant on the Medical/Surgical Unit at Aurora Medical Center Washington County for over a year and a half.

Jordyn plans to go into the medical field focusing on physical therapy and the role of a physician assistant.  She will major in Biology and then go to Medical School.

February Students of the Month 2016-17

Tiana is a member of the National Honor Society, the Varsity Math Team, the SMART (Students Modeling a Research Topic) Team and participated in the We the People Competition state finals in 2014.  She was a member of the girl’s tennis team at HUHS all four years, earning her varsity letter during her senior year.  In 2016, Tiana received the Key Award for Academic Achievement and Service from the National Honor Society.

Tiana has given back to her community by volunteering her time as a Floor Assistant at Hartford Hospital and raising money for the American Cancer Society by participating in the Hartford Area Relay for Life the past three years.  She is also a very active youth group member at St. Olaf Church volunteering for various social events, preparing the activity guide for children at Vacation Bible School, preparing meals and talking with homeless people through Family Promise, and participating on a Mission Trip to Fort Collins, Colorado to relieve flood damage.

After graduation from HUHS, Tiana plans to attend UW-Eau Claire to major in Biology and participate in a Pre-Professional Health Sciences Program in order to prepare for Physician Assistant School.

Megan participated in Girl’s Tennis all four years.  During her senior year she received WLT honorable mention all-conference honors at #1 doubles.  She is currently a member of the Math Club, the H-Club, the National Honor Society and the FBLA/DECA Club. Megan won a 3rd place award at the We the People State competition during her sophomore year. Megan has participated in a dance program outside of school for the past 14 years performing ballet, tap, and jazz.  She participated last fall in the HUHS Musical production, “Mary Poppins” at the Schauer Arts and Activities Center.

Megan has given back to her community by volunteering her time working as a leadership intern at Camp Invention the past four years.  She has also served as a day care helper at Northbrook Church and has volunteered her time at the Lincoln School Fun Fair, the HUHS Toys for Tots Drive, and the HUHS Shamrock Shuffle 5K Run.

Megan plans to attend UW-Madison in the fall and double major in Biology and Spanish.  She hopes to one day become a Physician’s Assistant.

January Students of the Month 2016-17

Frances is a member of the National Honor Society, the Skills USA Team and participated in the Center for Civic Education, We the People Competition during her sophomore year.  She is also a member of the HUHS Choir program and has participated in the Fall Musical at the Schauer Arts and Activities Center all four years.  In 2016, Frances received the Wisconsin Key Award, the highest award a 4-H member can receive.

Frances has given back to her community by volunteering her time co-directing the St. Lawrence Parish Christmas Pageant, singing in the St. Lawrence Parish Choir and teaching at Vacation Bible School. Frances currently serves as President of the St. Lawrence Eager Beavers 4-H Club.  Through 4-H she has had the opportunity to volunteer her time helping with the Adopt-a-Highway program every summer, Christmas caroling at the local nursing homes, creating spring decorations for the local nursing homes, and delivering Christmas gifts to the elderly in the St. Lawrence area.  She has also volunteered her time working at multiple food stands throughout the year at the Washington County Fair Park and teaching workshops on crocheting and basketry to the youth in Washington County.

After graduation from HUHS, Frances plans to attend an in state school where she plans to pursue a pre-dental degree, followed by a doctoral degree at Marquette Dental School in the field of orthodontics.

Anna participated in Girl’s Cross Country all four years and Girl’s Track and Field and Forensics in 9th grade and Girl’s Softball and the We the People Competition in 10th grade.  She is currently a member of the Math Club, the H-Club, the National Honor Society and the French Exchange Program.  Anna is a member of the HUHS Choir Program and participated in the HUHS Fall Musical at the Schauer Arts and Activities Center all four years.

Anna has been on the High Honor Roll at Hartford all four years, earning AP Scholar recognition during her junior year.  She earned her varsity letter and served as captain of the girl’s cross-country team this past fall. Anna was nominated for a Tommy Musical Theatre Supporting Actress Award for her role in the HUHS Musical Production of “Mary Poppins” and also received a Tommy Musical Theatre Spirit Award.

Anna has given back to her community by volunteering her time working at the Central Middle School Forensics meets, HUHS Boys Swimming meets, HUHS Track and Field meets, the HUHS Grade School Challenge Run, the National Honor Society Spaghetti Dinner fundraiser, and serving as a mentor for the Special Needs Speech Therapy Sessions at Hartford Union High School.  She is also a vocal music volunteer singer at her Church and has gone Christmas Caroling with the Hartford Union High School Concert Choir during the Holiday Season.

Anna plans to attend either UW-Madison or the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities in the fall and major in Psychology.

December Students of the Month 2016-17

Monica has been a member of the Girls’ Swim Team at HUHS all four years and earned a varsity letter and served as varsity captain this past season.  She is also a member of the National Honor Society, the Varsity Math Team, and the SMART Team (Students Modeling a Research Topic).

Monica has given back to her community by volunteering for the American Cancer Society at the Relay for Life and co-captaining a student youth team for the past six years.  Her team has raised over $8,600 and was recognized as the top youth fundraising team at the local Hartford/Slinger Relay for Life in June 2016. Monica has also volunteered her time as a pianist to provide background piano music at the National Honor Society spaghetti fundraising dinner, the Holiday House Fundraiser for the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, and the Hartford Union High School retirement luncheon last spring.

As a pianist, Monica has received several special honors.  She has been playing piano for thirteen years and has qualified for the Wisconsin Federation of Music State competition the past four years. Monica placed first overall in both the solo and duet divisions the past two years.  Last summer, she also had the opportunity to have one of her original compositions recorded and published.

After graduation from HUHS, Monica plans to attend either UW-Eau Claire or UW-La Crosse to pursue a career as a Physician Assistant and minor in music.

Jordan has participated in Track and Football all four years.  He is also a member of the Math Club, the National Honor Society, the H-Club, FBLA, the Forensics Team, and is the current treasurer of the HUHS Student Council.  Jordan represented HUHS at Badger Boy’s State and placed fourth at the State FBLA Competition during his junior year.

Jordan has given back to his community by serving on the Pastoral Council for St. Mary of the Hill parish and on the Hartford Christmas Committee.  He has also volunteered his time coaching youth flag football for the Hartford Recreation Department.

After high school, Jordan plans to attend UW-Madison to pursue a degree in Actuarial Science.

November Students of the Month 2016-17

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Hailey has been very active in co-curricular activities at Hartford Union High School.  Hailey participated in girls’ softball for two years and has been a member of the girls’ volleyball program all four years at HUHS.  She received special recognition by being named captain of the girls’ volleyball team this past season. Hailey is also a member of the Math Club, the H-Club, the National Honor Society, and the FBLA/DECA Club.  In 2014, Hailey competed in the We the People: The Citizen and the Constitution State Finals.

Hailey has given back to her community by volunteering her time with H-Club working at the concession stand for HUHS football games, participating in the annual Thanksgiving Food Drive and Toys 4 Tots Drive at the school.  She has also volunteered her time working at the Shamrock Shuffle 5-K Run, Operation Christmas Child, and as a bell ringer for the Salvation Army.  In the summer, Hailey works at local youth volleyball camps and is very active doing volunteer work for her church.

After graduation from HUHS, Hailey plans to attend a four-year university and major in accounting.  At this time, she is undecided on the university she plans to attend.

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Hannah has participated in Forensics, the Spring Play, the girl’s tennis program, the FBLA/DECA Club, the National Honor Society and served as a contributor to the Creatif Literary Magazine.  Her first love is public speaking and therefore, she loves Forensics.  Hannah has been very involved in Forensics from middle school through high school.  She is also a member of the Orchestra program at HUHS.  Weibel loves the arts and participated in last year’s spring play “A Midsummer’s Night Dream”.  She also plans to try out for this year’s production of “Little Women”.

Hannah has given back to her community by volunteering her time with the Girl Scouts, the Rooted Youth Group, the confirmation retreat program at St. Kilian School and as a work camp participant.  In her spare time, she works at Scoop De Ville in Hartford.

After high school, Hannah plans to attend Washington University in St. Louis to study electrical engineering.

October Students of the Month 2016-17

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Morgan has been very active in co-curricular activities at Hartford Union High School.  Morgan participated in cross-country two years and has been a member of the girls’ basketball program and girl’s track and field team all four years at HUHS.  She is also a member of the Math Team, Co-President of the H-Club, the National Honor Society, and The Smart Team at Hartford.  In 2014, Morgan qualified and participated in the We the People: The Citizen and the Constitution State Finals Competition.

Morgan has given back to her community by volunteering her time with H-Club working at the concession stand for HUHS football and soccer games, participating in the annual Thanksgiving Food Drive and Toys 4 Tots Drive at the school.  She has also volunteered her time working at the Shamrock Shuffle 5-K Run, the 2015 Special Olympics, the 2015 Peace Lutheran School Family Funfest, and has served as a Vacation Bible School Leader at Peace Lutheran Church and School. Morgan has also worked at the HUHS Showcase Event, K-9th Grade HUHS Summer Basketball Camps, K-3rd Grade HUHS Winter Basketball Camps, and the Path to Victory Basketball Camps, the 2014 Hoops Clinic, the 2015 Hartford Gridiron Golf Outing, grade school track practices, and has served as a Salvation Army Bell Ringer.

After graduation from HUHS, Morgan plans to attend the University of Wisconsin-Madison to complete an undergraduate degree in biology.  She would eventually like to go on to medical school to become a doctor.

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During his time at HUHS, Andrew has been a very active in the music program.  He plays the trombone in the HUHS Marching Band, the Symphonic Band, the Pep Band, the Jazz Ensemble, and in the Pit Orchestra for the fall musical “Mary Poppins” at the Schauer Arts and Activities Center. Andrew is also the current President of the HUHS Symphonic Band. Andrew is a member of the National Honor Society and has been on the high honor roll from the fall of 2013 to the present.

Andrew has given back to his community by volunteering at Divine Savior Lutheran Church’s Vacation Bible School and at the annual fish boil fundraiser.  He has also participated in the Better Homes for Appalachia service event.

After high school, Andrew plans to attend UW-Madison to study clinical psychology and play in the UW Marching Band.

September Students of the Month 2016-17

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Hanna has been a member of the Girls’ Swim Team at HUHS all four years and earned a varsity letter in 2015.  She is also a member of the National Honor Society (currently ranked #2 in her class), the Varsity Math Team, and the SMART Team (Students Modeling a Research Topic).

Hanna has given back to her community by volunteering for the American Cancer Society at the Relay for Life and co-captaining a student team for the event.  Her team has raised over $8,000 over 5 years, and was recognized as the top youth fundraising team at the local Hartford/Slinger Relay for Life in June 2016. Hanna has also volunteered her time as a pianist to provide prelude music at the HUHS Cabaret Choir Concert in 2016, background music at the National Honor Society spaghetti fundraising dinner, prelude music at the HUHS Senior Scholarship evening, and background piano music at the Holiday House Fundraiser for the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra.

As a pianist, Hanna has received several special honors.  She finished in 2nd place in the highest-level division of the MSPTA (Milwaukee Area Piano Teachers Association) Competition at Mount Mary University in March 2016.  In May, she placed first in a piano duet at the statewide piano competition through the Wisconsin Federation of Music Clubs and earned second place with a piano solo. Hanna and her sister were the overall winners of the 2016 HUHS Talent Show with their piano duet.  She is currently employed at First Presbyterian Church in Richfield as a keyboardist.

After graduation from HUHS, Hanna plans to attend Northwestern University to major in Biology to prepare her for medical school.

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Josie has been a part of the Fall Musical, Treble Chorale, Concert Choir, Spring Play, Math Team, Math Club, JV Basketball team, Varsity Swim team, Model United Nations, and the Forensics Club. She is a member of the National Honor Society and currently serves as one of the five NHS officers this year.

Josie has given back to her community by participating in at least one community theater show every year, singing and playing her guitar at community functions and ushering at the Schauer Arts and Activities Center.  She recently began her directing career with the production of the first Erin School Alumni Musical– The Little Mermaid Jr. last spring. Josie also worked on a project writing and illustrating her own book this past summer.  Her book is an informational and instructional manual for parents who wish to be their child’s musical role model, yet know nothing about music.

Josie has earned several special honors while attending Hartford Union High School.  She received the Spade Award for National Honor Society in 2016, which is given to the student with the highest GPA after 7 semesters.  Last year, She was nominated by HUHS Choral teacher, Mr. Brusubardis, and selected as one of a few Carson Scholar Award Winners nationwide. Josie was also nominated for the Wisconsin High School Theatre Tommy Awards in 2014, 2015, and 2016. Josie is currently ranked #1 in her graduating class and received the”AP Scholar Award in 2015″ and “AP Scholar with Distinction Award in 2016”.

After high school, Josie would like to attend an out-of-state school and broaden her horizons by exposing herself to new places and people.  She is interested in pursuing degrees in one or more of the following: Astrophysical Sciences, English Creative Writing/English Language and Literature, Theater, and/or Spanish.

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MayStudents of the Month 2015-16

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Leah has been active in the National Honor Society, the DECA and FBLA clubs, the Science Olympiad team, the H-Club and the girls’ varsity Track and Field team at HUHS.  She currently is the girl’s pole vault record holder at Hartford.

Leah has given back to her community by volunteering her time at the annual HUHS Shamrock Shuffle 5K run, the Big Chill Run, the H-Club Toys 4 Tots and Thanksgiving Food Drive and serving as a coach for the St. Kilian Middle School Track and Field team.

Leah plans to attend Augustana College in the fall to major in Biochemistry. She also plans to pole vault and run track for the Augustana College track team.

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Jacob has been active in co-curricular activities at Hartford.  Jacob has been a member of the boy’s swimming team all four years, serving as captain and MVP this past fall.  He is a member of the National Honor Society, Co-President of the FBLA and DECA clubs, and Editor in Chief of the school newspaper, “The Hartford Chronicle”.  Hoppe represented HUHS at the 2015 FBLA Leadership Conference, placing 10th in 3D Animation.

Jacob has given back to his community by doing volunteer work through the FBLA and DECA clubs at HUHS, serving as a Lector at St. Gabriel Parish Church, and serving as a volunteer/committee member for the St. Gabriel Parish Flea Market.

              After high school, Jacob plans to attend UW-Madison to major in Actuarial Science.  He hopes to one day become an actuary for an insurance or benefits company

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Meredith was a member of the girl’s swim team at Hartford all four years.  She is very interested in Art and plans to attend Northern Michigan University in the fall to major in Art Education or Art Therapy.  Meredith also plans to swim for the Northern Michigan girl’s swim team.

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Spencer is a member of the varsity boys’ soccer team at HUHS.  He is also active in the National Honor Society and the FBLA and DECA clubs at Hartford.  In the summer, Spencer has volunteered his time at local youth soccer camps.  In the fall, Spencer plans to attend UW-Madison to major in Mechanical Engineering.

April Students of the Month 2015-16

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Connor has been active in co-curricular activities at Hartford. He has been a member of the boy’s cross-country team all four years, serving as captain this past fall. Connor is a member of the National Honor Society, the Math Team, the First Robotics Club and Skills USA at HUHS. He also participated in boy’s swimming for one year and has served as manager of the boy and girl’s track team the past three years. Connor was part of the Skills USA – Part Automated Manufacturing team that qualified for Nationals last year, placing 7th out of 35 teams. Connor also represented HUHS at Badger Boy’s State during his junior year.
Connor has given back to his community by doing volunteer work for the Richfield Leos and Lion’s Club, serving as a construction assistant, and helping out at various Marathon and Triathlon running events in the area.
After high school, Connor plans to attend Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana to earn a degree in Mechanical Engineering Technology and a minor in Aerospace Studies.

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Brianna has been active in the National Honor Society, the DECA and FBLA teams, and the HUHS Dance Team at HUHS, where she has served as captain the past three years. She participated in the FBLA District and Regional competitions and qualified for the National FBLA competition in 2016.
Brianna has given back to her community by volunteering her time at the annual Hartford United “Kick Some Grass” soccer tournament and serving as a girl scouts camp leader.
Brianna plans to attend UW-Madison in the fall to earn a degree in Accounting. She has been accepted into the Business School as a freshman and in the future become a CPA.

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Hannah has been active in the National Honor Society and the Math Club at HUHS. She enjoys science and math classes and has been on the high honor roll for seven semesters.
Hannah has given back to her community by volunteering her time with the After School Volunteer/Trainer Program at the Washington County Humane Society, the ROMP Camp Counselor Program at the Washington County Humane Society, the Lincoln School Fun Fair, and serving as a Peer Tutor at HUHS.
Hannah plans to attend the University of Wisconsin – LaCrosse to major in Biology. She hopes to one day pursue a career as a Physician’s Assistant, Veterinarian, or Dentist.

March Students of the Month 2015-16

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Annette has been active in the National Honor Society, the We the People competition, and the Future Farmers of America organization at HUHS.  She has been on the high honor roll every semester and has participated for four years in the Project Lead the Way curriculum at Hartford.

Annette has given back to her community by tutoring students at HUHS and helping out at her church teaching Sunday school.  In her spare time, she enjoys working on her family’s dairy farm.

              Annette plans to attend UW-Oshkosh in the fall to earn a degree in nursing.

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Abigail has been active in the National Honor Society, the Student Council, the We the People competition, and the SMART (Students Modeling a Research Topic) team at Hartford Union High School.  She has also served as the manager of the girl’s varsity soccer team and is Co-President of the Science Olympiad Team at HUHS.

Abigail has given back to her community by volunteering her time at the IMPACT Church Youth Camp and serving as a youth teacher assistant at her church.

Abigail is very interested in genetics and plans to attend UW-Eau Claire in the fall to pursue a degree in Biochemistry.

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Alex has been active in co-curricular activities at Hartford.  He has been a member of the boy’s soccer program all four years, earning varsity letters the past three years.  He has also played soccer for the prestigious Bavarian Soccer Club the past nine years.  Alex is a member of the H-Club and the National Honor Society at HUHS. Alex was named the Wisconsin Little Ten and All-County Player of the Year last fall.  He also earned 2nd Team All-Area and Honorable Mention All-State honors.

Alex has given back to his community by doing volunteer work for the St. Kilian Fun Fair, the St. Ben’s meal program, the Power Behind the Bird Soccer Camp, and the Hartford Sideliners Kick Some Grass soccer tournament.

After high school, Alex plans to pursue a career in computer science or electrical engineering.

February Students of the Month 2015-16

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Amanda has been active in co-curricular activities while attending Hartford Union High School.  She has participated in girl’s tennis the past three seasons, is a member of the National Honor Society, and has been a member of the HUHS Student Council the past four years.  Amanda has been on the high honor roll all four years of high school. Amanda has given back to her community by serving as a co-chair for the student council blood drives held at Hartford Union High School, volunteering at Enchantment in the Park, at the Special Olympics, and for the Alzheimer’s Walk.  She is currently taking a certified Nursing Assistant Class at Moraine Park Technical College.

Amanda plans to attend UW-Eau Claire in the fall to pursue a career as a Nurse Practioner.

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Alex has been active in co-curricular activities at Hartford.  He has been a member of the boy’s cross-country team all four years, and has participated in track, Forensics, and the Spring Play.  Alex has been on the high honor roll every semester and is a member of the National Honor Society. Alex had a great experience representing Hartford Union High School at Badger Boy’s State this past summer.

Alex has given back to his community by doing volunteer work for the St. Kilian Religious Ed Program and the St. Kilian youth basketball tournament. He also serves as a tutor at the high school and has participated in the Pep Band and Marching Band all four years at HUHS.

Alex plans to attend Drake University in the fall to pursue a career as an Actuary.

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Ashley has been active in co-curricular activities all four years at Hartford Union High School.  She has been a member of the varsity girls’ soccer team and HUHS Student Council all four years.  Ashley has participated in FFA; girl’s swimming and is currently a member of the National Honor Society and the Math Team at Hartford. Ashley enjoys studying Spanish and had the opportunity to travel to Guatemala, Belize, and Nicaragua through her Spanish classes.

Ashley has given back to her community by volunteering her time at Enchantment in the Park and various HUHS Student Council projects.  She has also served as a Girl Scout Camp Winding River Program aide, as a youth coach at the Hartford Girl’s Soccer Camp, and as a swim instructor and lifeguard for Special Olympics.

Ashley plans to attend UW-La Crosse in the fall to major in Biology or Exercise Science and pursue a career in Physical Therapy.

January Students of the Month 2015-16

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Aubrie has been active in co-curricular activities while attending Hartford Union High School.  She has participated in Forensics, girl’s softball, and girl’s golf.  Currently, Aubrie is very active in the National Honor Society, Student Council, the Model UN Club, the HUHS Concert Choir, and the annual fall musicals held at the Schauer Arts and Activities Center.

Aubrie has received several special honors during her high school career.  She received the St. Norbert College’s Trustee Distinguished Scholarship, received superior ratings from the Guild in the National Piano Playing audition, was named to the Wisconsin State Music Association Honors Choir in grades 11-12, earned AP Scholar recognition from the College Board, and was part of Hartford Union High School’s Tommy Award nominated musical productions, Bye Bye Birdie, The Wizard of Oz, and Hello Dolly.

Aubrie has given back to her community by doing volunteer work for Enchantment in the Park, the Holy Hill Arts and Craft Fair, tutoring students at HUHS, and for other youth and parish projects at her church, St. Mary of the Hill.

Aubrie plans to attend St. Norbert College in the fall to pursue a major in History/Broad Field Social Studies and a minor in music.  She plans to obtain a teaching certificate in secondary education for social studies.  She would also like to open her own studio to teach private voice and piano lessons.

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Marissa has been active in co-curricular activities all four years at Hartford Union High School.  She has participated in girl’s soccer and girls basketball all four years, earning varsity letters in both sports. Marissa is a member of the National Honor Society, the H-Club, The SMART TEAM, and co-president of the Science Olympiad Team at Hartford.

Marissa has given back to her community by volunteering her time on the Youth Group Leadership Team at St. Kilian Church, attending four youth work camp mission trips, helping at grade school basketball practices, and participating in the annual Toys for Tots and Thanksgiving Food drives at HUHS.  She also serves as a Certified Nursing Assistant at the Hartford Hospital.

Marissa plans to attend UW-Washington County in the fall to pursue a career in the medical field.

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Aaron has been active in co-curricular activities at Hartford.  He is a member of the varsity boy’s tennis team, earning a varsity letter during his junior year.  Aaron is an officer in the National Honor Society, treasurer of the HUHS Student Council, and a member of the Model United Nations Club, Forensics Team, and Mock Trial Team at Hartford.  Aaron represented HUHS at Badger Boy’s State this past summer and was the recipient of the DAR Good Citizenship Award.

Aaron has given back to his community by doing volunteer work for the LOVE-HATE Project and for the HUHS National Honor Society and Student Council fundraising projects.

Aaron has been accepted to attend Marquette University.  He is still waiting to see if he has been accepted to Harvard University and the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.  At this time, he is undecided on his major area of study.

December Students of the Month 2015-16

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Emily has been active in co-curricular activities while attending Hartford Union High School. She is in her second year as a member of the National Honor Society. Emily has participated in the fall musical all four years of high school and recently played the role of Minnie Fay in the HUHS production of Hello Dolly. Emily has also been involved in the spring plays at HUHS. She is a member of the HUHS concert choir and has competed in the regional and state Solo and Ensemble festivals for the past four years. Emily was nominated for the exemplary soloist award at the state Solo and Ensemble festival. She is also a member of the Math Club and Math Team.
Emily has given back to her community by doing volunteer work for the HUHS National Honor Society and the Hartford Relay for Life. She has been a member of the Hartford Players since the age of 10.
Emily plans to attend UW-Madison as Biology major with a focus on pre-medicine. She later hopes to pursue a career as a geneticist.

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Samantha has been very active in co-curricular activities all four years at Hartford Union High School. She has earned varsity letters in Track and Field and Girls Basketball and has served as team captain in each sport. Samantha is a member of the National Honor Society and the H-Club.
Samantha has been ranked in the top ten in her class and on the high honor roll all four years at Hartford. She is also a four time All-State Track Athlete and a three time State Champ. In 2015, Samantha was named a high school All-American and earned a spot on Team USA for the 2015 IAAF World Youth Championships.
Samantha has given back to her community by volunteering her time as a bell ringer for the Salvation Army and participating in the annual Toys 4 Tots Drive, Thanksgiving Food Drive, and Shamrock Shuffle at HUHS.
Samantha has signed a National Letter of Intent to compete in Track and Field for Arizona State University. She has been accepted into the Barrett Honors College and plans to major in Kinesiology and pursue a career in Physical Therapy.

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Bryce has been active in co-curricular activities at Hartford. He participated in Football in grades 9 and 10 and has been a member of the Basketball and Baseball programs all four years at Hartford. Bryce has earned varsity letters in all three sports and is the captain of the Varsity Boy’s Basketball Team this year. He is a member of the National Honor Society, H-Club, and the DECA and FBLA Clubs. Bryce has been on the high honor roll the first six semesters of high school and recently received an AP Scholar Award.
Bryce has given back to his community by doing volunteer work at the Rossman School Fun Fair, the Toys 4 Tots and Thanksgiving Food Drives at HUHS, and working at local youth basketball and baseball camps.
After high school, Bryce plans to attend a four-year university/college to pursue a career in medicine. He would like to become an orthopedic surgeon.

November Students of the Month 2015-16 

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Alyssa has been active in co-curricular activities while attending Hartford Union High School.  She is a member of the National Honor Society and has participated in Forensics, the school musicals and plays and the girl’s tennis program at Hartford.  Alyssa recently played the lead role of Dolly in the HUHS production of “Hello Dolly” at the Schauer Arts and Activities Center.  The HUHS Concert Choir plays a huge role in her life and in 2015; Alyssa received an Exemplary Soloist Award at State Solo and Ensemble.  She has also been a member of the WSMA State Honors Choir the past two years.

Alyssa has given back to her community by volunteering her time every summer as a program aide at the Girl Scout Camp held at Camp Winding River.  She also serves as Director of the children’s choir at First United Methodist Church in Hartford.

Alyssa plans to attend St. Norbert College in De Pere, WI.  Presently, she is undecided on her major but most likely it will be centered on English.  She enjoys all forms of it: reading, writing, speaking, and simply communicating with people.

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Amy has been very active in co-curricular activities all four years at Hartford Union High School.  She has been a member of the girl’s varsity golf team all four years and has served as captain of the team the past three years.  Amy was also named the teams MVP the past three years.  Amy is a member of the National Honor Society, the H-Club, the Math Team and the HUHS Concert Choir, and has participated in Girls Track and Field, Girls Softball, Forensics, and the school musicals at Hartford.  She was selected to be part of the WSMA State Honors Choir in 2015.  Amy has been a member of the HUHS Student Council all four years and currently serves as its President.

Amy has received numerous special honors while attending Hartford.  She represented HUHS at Badger Girls State during her junior year.  Amy is an AP Scholar with Distinction and was recently named a National Merit Scholarship Semi-Finalist.  Her peers elected her Homecoming Queen in 2015.  Amy has received numerous awards in Girls Golf.  She was the Regional Tournament Individual Champion in 2015 and a state qualifier in 2014 and 2015.  She was selected 3rd Team All-State in 2015.  Amy has been part of the Wisconsin Little Ten All-Conference 1st Team the past three years.  The Wisconsin Golf Coaches Association of Wisconsin selected Amy to be on the Wisconsin Academic All-State Team the past three years.

Amy has given back to her community by volunteering her time at the Boys and Girls Club of Hartford, the All Saints Meal Program, and Central Middle School Forensics meets and Solo/Ensemble Festivals.  She has also participated in numerous Student Council and H-Club fundraising events at HUHS.

Amy plans to attend St. Norbert College in DePere, WI to study Pre-Medicine with a Major in Biology and minors in Chemistry and Spanish.

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Adam has been active in co-curricular activities at Hartford.  He is a member of the varsity baseball team, the National Honor Society, the Math Team, H-Club, and the DECA and FBLA Clubs.  He has been on the high honor roll the first six semesters of high school and recently received an AP Scholar Award.  Adam has also competed in the State and National FBLA competitions.  He placed 1st in Computer Applications at the FBLA Regionals, 2nd in 3D Animation at FBLA State, and 10th in 3D Animation at FBLA Nationals.

Adam has given back to his community by doing volunteer work at Vacation Bible School through his Church, the Boys and Girls Club of Hartford, and the FBLA/DECA’s Salvation Army Bell Ringing campaign and the canned food drive for the Hartford Food Pantry.

After high school,  Adam plans to attend UW-Madison to pursue a degree in Computer Science.

October Students of the Month 2015-16 

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Melissa has been active in different activities at HUHS the past four years. During her four years serving on the student council, she has chaired four penny drives, the proceeds of which went to battle Leukemia and Lymphoma; organized a Powder puff charity game, earning more than 300 canned goods for the food pantry; and implemented the annual Giving Tree and worked at the student council blood drives. Melissa is also a student athlete running on the girl’s cross-country team for HUHS. Melissa is a member of the National Honor Society where she was awarded the Key Award for service and academics this past year. She is a member of the Concert Choir, the Model United Nations Club and you may have seen her as the White Witch of Narnia or Anne Gilbreth in Cheaper by the Dozen in recent spring plays at HUHS.
Melissa has given back to her community by volunteering her time at her Church, St. Mary of the Hill Parish, serving as a lector and the first ever student communications coordinator to the Parish Council. Additionally she has volunteered over 80 hours in a local nursing home, helping the residents to be more mobile and to play Bingo. During the summer, Melissa keeps busy donating more than 140 hours of volunteer work to a girl formation camp as a program aide.
Melissa is undecided on a major area of study. She may pursue a career as an entrepreneur, or a double major in Marketing/English with a minor in Spanish. At the present time, Melissa is planning to attend St. Norbert College, UW-Steven’s Point, or UW-Madison.

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Elisha has been active in co-curricular activities at Hartford Union High School. Elisha has participated in track and field, Forensics, the Math Team, the Model United Nations Club, the HUHS Concert Choir and has been a cast member for the past four fall musicals at Hartford. She serves as an officer of the National Honor Society and is the current President of the HUHS Student Council.
Elisha has been on the High Honor Roll all four years at Hartford, and was recently named an AP Scholar with Honor. She won a Tommy Award for Outstanding Supporting Performer for the 2014 fall musical and was nominated for the Tommy Award for Outstanding Lead Performer as Dorothy for the 2015 fall musical The Wizard of Oz. Elisha has been selected three times for the WSMA State Honors Choir and this past summer; she served as a delegate to Badger Girls State.
Elisha has given back to her community by volunteering her time with the “Read to Succeed” program through Casa Guadalupe, the Vince Lombardi Cancer Clinic in Slinger, the Aurora Adult Day Center in Hartford, and serving as a cantor at St. Kilian Catholic Church.
Elisha plans to major in Biochemistry and minor in Spanish with the hope of going on to medical school. Her ultimate dream is to volunteer through the program “Doctors Without Borders” in a Spanish speaking country.

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Bradley has been active in co-curricular activities at Hartford. He has been a member of the boy’s basketball and baseball programs at Hartford every year, earning varsity letters in both sports during his junior year. Bradley is a member of the H-Club, the National Honor Society, and currently serves as President of Skills USA. Last spring, Bradley took first place in 3D Printing and Design at the Skills USA State competition. He also was recently named an AP Scholar with Honor.
Bradley has given back to his community by doing volunteer work through his church and the National Honor Society, coaching youth basketball in the summer and winter, and tutoring math twice a week.
After high school, Bradley plans to attend college to pursue a degree in Mechanical Engineering.

September Students of the Month 2015-16

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Taylor has been a member of the girl’s soccer team all four years at HUHS.  Taylor is a member of the National Honor Society, the Math Team, the SMART Team, and participated in girl’s golf at Hartford.  Taylor has taken violin lessons for the past twelve years and really enjoys playing that instrument.

Taylor has been on the High Honor Roll since her freshmen year.  She received special recognition at Hartford Union High School by being named an Advanced Placement Scholar with distinction and by being named the National Honor Society Spade Award recipient as a junior.

Taylor has given back to her community by doing volunteer work at Hartford Memorial Hospital and through the National Honor Society at HUHS.  She has also served as a tutor for the “Read to Succeed” program sponsored by Casa Guadalupe.

After graduation, Taylor plans to pursue a career in either medicine or engineering.

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Austin has been a member of the varsity boy’s swim team all four years earning a varsity letter in that sport.  He has also been active in the National Honor Society and Math Team at Hartford.

Austin has been on the High Honor Roll since his freshmen year and is currently ranked second in his class.  In his spare time, Austin is the head lifeguard and swim instructor at the Hartford Recreation Center.

Austin has given back to his community by doing volunteer work for the Hartford Triathlon and the winter fun run.  He serves as a lifeguard for the Special Olympics swim program.

After graduation from HUHS, Austin plans to attend U.W. – Madison to pursue a degree in Chemistry.  He would eventually like to become an Anesthesiologist.


 

May Students of the Month 2014-15

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Erin has been active in co-curricular activities at Hartford Union High School.  Erin is a member of the National Honor Society, the H-Club, the FBLA and DECA clubs and plays violin in the Hartford Union High School Orchestra.  She is also a member of the gymnastics team and girl’s track and field team at HUHS.  Erin is an AP Scholar and was recently awarded the HUHS Booster Club Scholarship and the Hartford Orchestra Parents Senior Scholarship.  Her artwork has been selected to be in the Scholastic Art and Writing competition and the UW-Washington County Festival of Arts competition.

Erin has given back to her community by volunteering her time at her church and giving lessons to students in the Central Middle School summer school orchestra program.

Erin will attend Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah, Georgia in the fall to major in Fashion Design.

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Dayle has been very active in the music program at Hartford Union High School.  She is a member of the Choir and Band program and co-captain of the HUHS Color Guard.  Duffek is a member of the National Honor Society and participated in girl’s cross-country during her senior year.  She has been on the high honor roll all four years at Hartford.

Dayle has given back to her community by serving as a lector and teaching kindergarten religious education classes at St. Lawrence Church.  She is an active member of the St. Lawrence Eager Beavers 4-H Club and currently serves as its Co-President.  Dayle received the Humanitarian of the Year Award in 2013 at St. Lawrence Church and the 4-H Key Award in 2014.

Dayle plans to attend St. Norbert College in the fall to pursue a degree in business.  She would eventually like to own her own bakery.

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Curtis has been active in track and field, the Model United Nations Club, the Math Team, and Band program at HUHS.  He is taking a very rigorous academic schedule this year with 5 AP Classes.  Curtis is a member of the United States Army Reserves.  He will continue his basic training program in the fall with an emphasis in military law.

Curtis plans to attend UW-Whitewater 2nd semester next year after finishing basic training.  He would eventually like to go to West Point to pursue a military career.

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Elizabeth has been active in co-curriculars at HUHS all four years.  She is a member of the National Honor Society, the H-Club, the Math Team and the Varsity Girl’s Golf Team.  Elizabeth has been on the high honor roll all four years and was named to the Academic All-State Golf Team in 2012-2015.

Elizabeth has given back to her community by doing volunteer work for the Thanksgiving Food Drive, the Toys for Tots program, and the Shamrock Shuffle.  She also volunteers her time working at the concession stand for the H-Club during the high school football and soccer games.

After high school, Elizabeth plans to attend UW-Madison to study Psychology and Spanish.  Eventually, she plans on becoming a research psychologist.

April Students of the Month 2014-15

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Brianna has been active in co-curricular activities at Hartford Union High School.  She is a member of the National Honor Society and participated in the Forensics program and Choir program all four years at Hartford. Brianna was named an AP Scholar and was selected three times to the WSMA State Honors Choir. In order to try a variety of activities, Brianna also participated in soccer, track and gymnastics for one year.  She also participated in the fall musicals held each year at the Schauer Arts and Activities Center.

Brianna has given back to her community by volunteering her time tutoring students at Erin School and helped teach kindergarten religious education at St. Gabriel’s Parish.   She also sings with Hartford Union High School’s Concert Choir at Holy Hill’s Christmas Eve Mass each year.

Brianna will attend UW-Madison in the fall to earn a Communications Arts degree.  She would also like to earn an additional certificate in music.  Brianna would eventually like to pursue a career in broadcast journalism or television production.

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Ben has been active in co-curricular activities at Hartford Union High School.  He is a member of the Model UN Club, the National Honor Society, DECA, FBLA, and the boy’s soccer and track teams at HUHS.  During the summer, Ben volunteers as a coach for the youth soccer camp.

Ben enlisted in the Army last year as a junior and attended basic training last summer.  He plans to attend UW-Madison in the fall to pursue a law degree.  Ben has joined the ROTC program at Madison and would eventually like to become a JAG Officer.

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Kevin has played in the percussion section at Hartford Union High School in the Concert, Symphonic, Marching and Pep Bands freshman through senior year.  He was part of the HUHS Marching Band that traveled to Disney World in 2013, performing at Universal Studios and the Magic Kingdom.  Kevin has been a honor/high honor student since his sophomore year in high school.  He also participated in a percussion trio at the District Solo Ensemble for HUHS.

Involved in Scouting since first grade, Kevin earned over 40 merit badges as a Boy Scout and achieved the highest honor of Eagle Scout when he was 16 years old.  In addition, he attained the Order of the Arrow recognition.  The Order of the Arrow is a service organization and the national honor society of the Boy Scouts of America.  He is currently working toward being a merit badge counselor, a role where he will encourage Boy Scouts to explore new areas of interest.

Kevin is a multi-year volunteer for the trap shoot fundraiser, Shoot for a Cure, held at the Hartford Conservation and Gun Club in support of the Women for MACC, to fight childhood cancer.  Every spring, Kevin served meals at the Open Door Café in Milwaukee through the Religious Ed program at St. Kilian’s Catholic Church.

Kevin will attend UW-Stevens Point, majoring in Mathematics Education with a minor in Forestry.  He plans to continue playing percussion in the UW-Stevens Point band program.

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Monica has been very active in co-curriculars at HUHS all four years.  She is a member of the National Honor Society and President of the H-Club.  Monica has earned four varsity letters in girl’s soccer and three varsity letters in girl’s basketball at Hartford.

Monica has earned several special honors during her high school career.  In 2015, she was nominated for the Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizen’s Award.  Monica received Wisconsin Little Ten Honorable Mention All-Conference recognition in 2012 and was named to the first team in 2013 and 2014.  She was named the West Bend Daily News Girls Soccer Player of the Year in 2014.  Monica was named Girls Soccer All-State “Best of the Rest” in 2014.  She was named to the Wisconsin Little Ten Girls Basketball’s 2nd Team in 2014 and to the 1st team in 2015.  Monica has also served as captain of the girl’s basketball team and girl’s soccer team for three years.

Monica has given back to her community by doing volunteer work for the Hartford Boys and Girls Club, the Hartford Basketball Club youth camp, and the Hartford Girls Soccer youth camp.

After high school, Monica plans to attend St. Norbert College and major in Biomedical Sciences with a focus on pre-medicine.  She hopes to pursue a career as a pediatrician.  Monica also plans to play soccer at St. Norbert’s College.

March Students of the Month 2014-15

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Cecilia has been very active in co-curricular activities at Hartford Union High School.  She has participated in track for two years and cross-country all four years and earned her varsity letter in cross-country.  Cecilia is a member of the National Honor Society, the Concert Choir, the Forensics Team, Student Council, the Spring Play, and the annual fall musical productions held at the Schauer Arts and Activities Center.  Cecilia has been on the high honor roll all four years and was recently named an Advanced Placement Scholar.

Cecilia has given back to her community by volunteering her time at Northbrook Church, at the Wisconsin State Fair working for Camp Amman BSA, and helping with Student Council projects in the Hartford Community.

After high school, Cecilia plans to attend UW-Milwaukee to earn a film degree.  She would eventually like to work in the film industry as an editor or cinematographer.

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Leah played volleyball all four years at Hartford and was named team captain her junior and senior year.  She also played softball during her freshman and sophomore year.  Leah is a member of the National Honor Society and H-Club, and has been on the high honor roll all four years at Hartford.

Leah has given back to her community by volunteering her time on H-Club activities such as the Shamrock Shuffle and the annual Toys for Tots Drive.  She has also volunteered her time helping with the Read-A-Thon Program at Rossman School, the religious education program at her church, the Special Olympics, the Haiti Food Pack Program, and working at youth volleyball clinics in the Hartford Community.

Leah plans to attend UW-LaCrosse in the fall to major in either biology or kinesiology.  She would eventually like to pursue a career as a Physical Therapist.

February Students of the month 2014-15

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Annah has been very active in the music program at Hartford Union High School.  She is a member of the Marching Band, Pep Band, and the fall musical pit orchestra.  Annah is a member of the varsity girl’s golf team, the National Honor Society, the H-Club, Peers for Peers, FBLA and DECA at Hartford.  She has been on the high honor roll all four years and has participated in State Solo and Ensemble and the State FBLA competition.

Annah has given back to her community by serving on the St. Kilian Parish Council as youth representative and playing with the guitar ensemble and the youth instrumental group at St. Kilian Church.  During the summer, Annah plays with the Hartford City Band.

Annah enjoys her business classes at Hartford.  Currently, she serves as the student manager of the HUHS School Store “The Birdhouse”.  After high school, Annah plans to pursue a degree in Business/Marketing at either UW-Whitewater or Marquette.

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Mark has been very active in co-curricular activities at Hartford Union High School.  He has earned varsity letters in football and wrestling and is a member of the National Honor Society, the Concert Choir and the annual fall musical productions at the Schauer Center. Mark earned 2nd Team All Conference recognition as an offensive lineman in football and was the recipient of the Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizen’s Award.

Mark has given back to his community by volunteering his time with the Hartford youth wrestling program, the St. Ben’s Community Meal program in Milwaukee, and at his local church.

After high school, Mark plans to attend UW-Madison to pursue a degree in Nursing.

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Matt has been active in co-curricular activities while attending Hartford Union High School.  He is a member of the National Honor Society, the H-Club, the Model United Nations Club, the HUHS Concert Choir, and has earned varsity letters as a member of the boy’s soccer team.  Matt was recently named an Advanced Placement Scholar Student.

Matt has given back to his community by participating the past four years at the St. Kilian work camp.  He also tutors students in mathematics twice a week.  Matt loves to travel and every summer he goes to Germany to visit family members still living there.

Matt plans to attend UW-Madison in the fall to pursue a degree in the medical field.

January Students of the month 2014-15

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Nina lived in Greece with her family from 2005 to 2012.  Since returning to Hartford, she has been active in co-curricular activities at Hartford Union High School.  Nina is a member of the girl’s varsity track team and girl’s gymnastics team.  She was a state qualifier in both the 1600 and 800-meter relays and was named Co-MVP in girl’s track at Hartford in 2014. Nina is a member of the National Honor Society and H-Club at Hartford.

Nina was a major organizer and leader of a gymnastics camp held recently for 80 children at the Boys and Girls club on the Prairie Band Potawatomi Reservation in Kansas.  She has also been active in service projects in the Hartford Community with the Hartford Girls Gymnastics Team.

After high school, Nina would like to pursue a career in Physical Therapy.

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Jessica has been very active in the music program at Hartford Union High School.  She is a member of the Marching Band, Pep Band, and Concert Choir.  Jessica received an Exemplary Soloist Award from the WSMA in 2013 and 2014.  She has participated in the HUHS Spring Play and played a lead role in the fall musical, “The Wizard of Oz, at the Schauer Arts and Activities Center. Jessica is a member of the National Honor Society and has been on the High Honor Roll all four years at Hartford.

Jessica has given back to her community by doing volunteer work for the Cedar Springs Church Worship Team, local Girl Scout Camps, and serving as a chaperone for the Helping Hands for Christ Youth Ministry.

After high school, Jessica plans to pursue an English Education major at St. Norbert’s College.

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Nolan has been active in co-curricular activities while attending Hartford Union High School.  He is a member of the National Honor Society and has participated in the sports of soccer, basketball, cross-country and track at Hartford.  Nolan was named senior captain of the boys cross-country team this past season and was a state qualifier to the Wisconsin State Track Meet in 2014.  He also represented Hartford Union High School at Badger Boys State.

Nolan has given back to his community serving as a dog walker at the Washington County Humane Society, volunteering as a bell ringer for the Salvation Army, and doing property chores at Christ Our Savior Lutheran Church.

Nolan has been accepted to the University of Wisconsin-Platteville.  He plans to study mechanical engineering and compete in track and cross-country while at Platteville.

December Students of the Month 2014-15

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Miriam has been active in co-curricular activities at Hartford.  She is a member of the girl’s varsity swimming and track teams. Miriam was a state qualifier in girl’s swimming in 2014 and a member of the HUHS 200 medley relay team that broke the school record this past season.  She has participated in the HUHS Spring Play all four years and has been a member of the school musical tech crew the past three years.

Miriam has given back to her community by doing volunteer work for the Lake Country Swim program, the Hartford Police Explorers, the Seven Student Ministries, and the Fort Wilderness Summer Camp program.

After high school, Miriam plans to pursue a major in biology or chemistry.  She would like to go on to medical school or earn a teaching degree.

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Madeline has been active in co-curricular activities at Hartford Union High School.  Madeline has been a member of the girl’s varsity tennis team all four years.  She was undefeated in Wisconsin Little Ten Conference play the last three years in doubles.  In 2013, Madeline received the MVP award in girl’s tennis and was a girl’s tennis state qualifier in 2014.  She is a member of the National Honor Society, H-Club, FBLA and the HUHS Student Council. Madeline has received AP Scholar recognition for the number of AP classes taken while attending Hartford Union High School.

Madeline has given back to her community by volunteering her time as a St. Kilian Summer Bible Camp Teen Leader and various National Honor Society and Student Council fundraisers.

After high school, Madeline plans to attend the University of Wisconsin – LaCrosse.  As of now, she is undecided on her major area of study.

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Marco has been active in co-curricular activities while attending Hartford Union High School.  He is a member of the National Honor Society, the Varsity Wrestling team, the Pep Band, the Science Olympiad, and currently serves as treasurer of the HUHS Student Council. Marco is also the Drum Major of the Symphonic and Marching Band and played oboe in the Pit Orchestra in the fall musical, “The Wizard of Oz”.  He recently received the AP Scholar recognition for the number of AP classes taken while attending Hartford Union High School.

Marco has given back to his community by helping lead the Boy Scout Troop 741 Food Drive the past two years.  He is also an Eagle Scout in progress and an Oboist with the Hartford City Band.

Marco plans to double major in Computer Science and Musical Performance at the University of Wisconsin – Madison in the fall of 2015.  After college, he hopes to pursue work as a computer programmer.

November Students of the Month 2014-15

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Jonathan has been active in co-curricular activities while attending Hartford Union High School. He is a member of the National Honor Society, H-Club, the DECA Club, and the FBLA Club at Hartford.  Jonathan participated in football and baseball all four years and basketball during his freshman and sophomore years.  He was nominated team captain in football his senior year and received the coach’s award all four years in football.  Jonathan was named to the Wisconsin Little All-Conference 2nd Team in football during his senior year.  He recently received the AP Scholar Award for taking nine AP classes while attending Hartford Union High School.

Jonathan has given back to his community by volunteering his time at the local recreation center coaching football and basketball for young athletes ages 8-12.  Through the H-Club and FBLA and DECA clubs at Hartford, he has assisted with the Shamrock Shuffle, March of Dimes, and Toy’s for Tots and Food Pantry fundraisers.

Jonathan plans to attend the University of Wisconsin – Madison to major in Chemical Engineering.

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Kirsten has been active in co-curricular activities at Hartford Union High School.  Kirsten has been a member of the girl’s varsity soccer team all four years and was named first team all-conference and first team all county during her junior year.  She is a member of the National Honor Society, H-Club, and the current Co-President of both the FBLA and DECA Clubs at HUHS.  Kirsten represented Hartford Union High School at Badger Girl’s State this past summer.  She was also a FBLA state qualifier in Business Law during her sophomore and junior year.

Kirsten has given back to her community by volunteering her time as a pre-school Sunday school teacher at Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church.  She has also done volunteer work through the H-Club and the DECA and FBLA clubs at Hartford.

After high school, Kirsten plans to attend the University of Wisconsin – Madison to pursue a business degree in finance and investment.  She would like to eventually obtain a law degree and then work in the field of Corporate Law.

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Hannah has been active in co-curricular activities at Hartford.  She is a member of the girl’s varsity tennis and soccer teams, earning letters in both sports all four years.  Hannah was a state qualifier in tennis her senior year and was named to the Wisconsin Little Ten All-Conference Team in both tennis and soccer.  She is also a member of the HUHS Student Council, the National Honor Society, the HUHS Concert Choir, the H-Club, and the Student Council and is involved in the athletic training program at Hartford.

Hannah has given back to her community by doing volunteer work through St. Gabriel’s church, and serving as a volunteer patient nurse assistant at St. Joe’s Kathy Hospice.

After high school, Hannah plans to attend either Ohio State University or the University of North Carolina to pursue a degree in Nursing and a minor in Spanish.

October Students of the Month 2014-15

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Monica has been active in co-curricular activities while attending Hartford Union High School.  She is a member of the National Honor Society, H-Club, and Peers for Peers, the Forensics program, the DECA Club, and the FBLA Club at Hartford.  Monica participated in girl’s tennis all four years, earning varsity letters her junior and senior year.  She is currently ranked in the top ten of her graduating class based on GPA and has been on the high honor roll all four years.  Monica recently received a National Scholar Award by earning a 3 or higher on more than 3 Advanced Placement Exams.  She received a World Affairs Seminar Scholarship from the Hartford Rotary Club during her junior year.

Monica has given back to her community by volunteering her time at church work camps the past two summers and doing volunteer work through the Peers for Peers organization at HUHS.

Monica plans to attend the University of Wisconsin – Madison to major in biology and minor in psychology with hopes of becoming a medical doctor of dermatology.

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Brady has been active in co-curricular activities at Hartford Union High School.  Brady has participated in boy’s soccer and track all four years, earning varsity letters in both sports.  He is a member of the National Honor Society, H-Club, Math Club, and the current Vice-President of both the FBLA and DECA Clubs at HUHS.  Brady is currently ranked fourth in his graduating class based on GPA and has been on the high honor roll all four years.  Brady was the highest Wisconsin Math League test scorer during his sophomore year.  He finished 3rd in the eBusiness competition at the state FBLA Leadership Conference.  Brady represented Wisconsin last July at the FBLA National Competition in Nashville, TN.

Brady has given back to his community by volunteering his time at Vacation Bible School at Shepherd of the Hills Church, the Haiti Food Pack project, Enchantment in the Park, Trick or Treat for canned goods, Bell Ringing for the Salvation Army, and the March of Dimes – March for Babies project.

After high school, Brady plans to attend the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities to pursue a degree in Computer Science.

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Dylan has been active in co-curricular activities at Hartford.  He was a member of the boy’s football program at Hartford all four years.  Dylan is a member of the HUHS Student Council, the DECA and FBLA Clubs, the H-Club and is an officer of the National Honor Society.  He is currently ranked second in his graduating class based on GPA and has been on the high honor roll all four years.

Dylan has given back to his community by doing volunteer work through his church group, coaching youth flag football through the Hartford Recreation Department, umpiring youth baseball and softball games in Rubicon, and representing his county by serving in the Wisconsin National Guard.

After high school, Dylan plans to attend UW-Madison to pursue a degree in Finance, Investment, and Banking with the hope of starting his own business or pursuing a career in international business.

September Students of the Month 2014-15

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Ashley has been active all four years in co-curricular activities at Hartford Union High School.  Ashley has earned varsity letters in girl’s golf and girl’s track at HUHS.  She is also a member of the National Honor Society, H-Club, Math Team, FBLA Club, DECA Club, and the Student Council at Hartford.

Ashley has been on the High Honor Roll since her freshmen year.  She received special recognition at Hartford Union High School by being named Academic All-State for girl’s golf.  She also placed 6th in the FBLA State Competition in Insurance and Risk Management.

Ashley has given back to her community by doing volunteer work at her church, visiting nursing homes for the HUHS Student Council, and participating in the annual Toys-for-Tots and food drives sponsored by the HUHS H-Club.

After graduation, Ashley plans to attend UW-Madison to major in Biology.  She then plans to go on to Medical School to become a doctor.

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Mitchell has been very active all four years in co-curricular activities at Hartford Union High School.  Mitchell has earned three varsity letters in football and four varsity letters in track.  He has also been active in the National Honor Society, Skills USA, H-Club, Math Team, FBLA Club, and the DECA Club at Hartford.  Mitchell currently serves as President of both the FBLA Club and DECA Club.

Mitchell  has been on the High Honor Roll since his freshmen year.  He received special recognition during his junior year by receiving the National Honor Society Spade Award given annually to the student ranked number one in the junior class.  Mitchell was a participant in the WIAA State Track Championships during his sophomore year.  Last year, he qualified for the FBLA National Competition held in Nashville, Tennessee by placing third in the state in the EBusiness competition.

Mitchell has given back to his community by doing volunteer work for the Gridiron Club, St. Mary of the Hill parish, the Hartford Women’s Craft Fair, and the March for Babies Fundraiser Walk.  He has participated annually in the HUHS H-Club’s Toys-for-Tots and food drives.  Mitchell also serves as a coach in the Hartford Park and Recreation Youth Football Program.

After graduation from HUHS, Mitchell plans to pursue a degree in Computer Engineering at UW-Madison.


 

May Students of the Month 2013-14

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Kayla has been active in co-curricular activities all four years at Hartford Union High School.  She is a member of the National Honor Society, the H-Club, the SMART Team, and is the current President of the Math Club at HUHS.  Kayla also participated in girl’s tennis, volleyball and earned varsity letters in girl’s basketball and softball.

Kayla has given back to her community by volunteering her time at the Special Olympics, the HUHS Showcase and the HUHS American Dream Play, and the Little Lady Orioles basketball camp.  She has also worked at the Slinger Super Speedway since 2004 and currently serves as the office manager of the facility.

Kayla will be going to school in the fall at Concordia University where she will major in Chemistry and minor in Spanish.  She hopes to fulfill her lifelong dream of becoming a Pharmacist.

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Julia has been active in co-curricular activities at Hartford Union High School.  She is a member of the FFA, the National Honor Society, the HUHS SMART Team, the girl’s tennis team, and the HUHS Orchestra.  This past year, Julia received several special honors.  She was named an Advanced Placement Scholar, an Herb Kohl Excellence Award State Finalist and received the National School Award and the Future Farmers of America Scholarship Award.

Julia has given back to her community by doing volunteer work at her church and for the Hartford Christmas Committee, working as a floor assistant at the Aurora Medical Center, and playing violin with the Central Middle School Pit Orchestra for musicals.

After graduation from HUHS,  Julia plans to attend UW-Madison to study Neurobiology and Genetics.  She would like to go on to Medical School to become a Physician.

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Vanja has been in the Model United Nations Club throughout high school. During her junior year, Vanja won the Best Delegation Award in Historical Security Council at the state level.  This year, she won the Best Delegation Award in Security Council at the state level. Vanja is also a member of the National Honor Society at HUHS.

Vanja has been on the high honor roll throughout high school.  She has volunteered her time to help coach the Central Middle School Science Olympiad team.

Vanja is very interested in international affairs.  After graduation from HUHS, she plans to attend UW-Milwaukee and major in Political Science.  After that, Vanja plans to attend law school and focus on international law and politics.

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Gabrielle was involved in Irish dance for thirteen years.  At HUHS, she is a member of the National Honor Society, the Math Club, and the SMART Team

Gabrielle has given back to her community by doing volunteer work at her church and serving on the Teen Advisory Council at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin.  She helps plan parties and activities for teens receiving treatment at the hospital.  Gabrielle has also been active in the Appalachia Service Project.  She has helped repair the homes of people in need in the mountains of Kentucky.

After graduation from HUHS, Gabrielle plans to attend UW-Eau Claire to major in Chemistry and Biology. She would like to go on to Medical School to become a Physician.

April Students of the Month 2013-14

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Deanna has been active in co-curricular activities all four years at Hartford Union High School.  She is a member of the National Honor Society, the H-Club, the Mock Trial Team, and is the current secretary of the French Club at HUHS.  Deanna was part of the cast for the fall musical “Bye Bye Birdie” at the Schauer Arts And Activities Center.  Deanna has also been active in soccer, track, and girls cross-country at HUHS.  She was given special recognition this fall by being named captain of the girl’s cross-country team. Deanna has given back to her community by volunteering her time at Enchantment in the Park, the Lakefront Marathon, Special Olympics, and the Hustisford Public Library.

            Deanna will be going to school in the fall at St. Norbert College in De Pere, Wisconsin where she will major in International Business and Language Area Study with an emphasis in Pre-Law.  She has also been admitted to their Honor Program and recruited for their Cross-Country Team.Apr14seibold

Katie has been active in co-curricular activities at Hartford Union High School.  She is a member of the Student Council, the National Honor Society, the H-Club, the Math Club, and the Concert Choir.  Katie has been very active in club gymnastics and has earned varsity letters in track and cross-country at HUHS.

            Katie has given back to her community by doing volunteer work at her church, student council events, area youth gymnastic meets, and her community 5K run.

            After graduation from HUHS, Katie would like to go to medical school to become a Sport’s Medicine Physician. Apr14trost

Alexis has been active in co-curricular activities at HUHS.  She is a member of the Student Council, Peers for Peers, the DECA Club and the HUHS Chorus Program. Alexis received special recognition in 2013 by being selected as a Badger Girls State Representative.  She was a DECA Club State Finalist the past two years.  Alexis is also a 15-year member of the Energizers Dance Team and has served as captain of the team since 2012.

Alexis has given back to her community by doing volunteer work at the Vince Lombardi Cancer Walk and Relay for Life Program, Al’s Run for Children’s Cancer, the annual “Adopt-a-Highway” cleanup program, and served at local homeless shelters while interacting with underprivileged youth and adults.  She also founded the Dream Team for Special Needs Athletes and created a positive learning environment for children and adults with Special Needs to learn the art of dance. Alexis organized children’s activities at the John Deere Company Picnic Fundraiser serving over 10,000 guests.

After graduation from HUHS, Alexis would like to attend Marquette University, Cardinal Stritch, or Alverno College to major in Speech Therapy or Special Education Law.

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Somer has been active in co-curricular activities all four years at Hartford Union High School.  She has been a member of the Student Council all four years (2010-14), a member of National Honor Society (2012-14), a member of the girl’s tennis team for two years (2012-14), a member of the girl’s volleyball team for two years (2010-12), Forensics (2014), a member of the Environmental Club for two years (2010-12), a member of the Math Club (2010-12), a member of FFA for three years (2011-13) and a participant in the Spring Play (2011) and Fall Musicals (2010-13).

Somer has given back to her community by volunteering her time at Enchantment in the Park, the Haiti Food Pack Program, and church work camp mission trips in 2012 and 2013.  Somer was given special honors at HUHS by receiving the Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizens Award, several Student Council awards for participation and creativity, and the Advanced Placement Scholars Award. Somer plans to attend UW-Madison next fall to study chemistry.  She would like to go to Medical School after completion of her undergraduate program.

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Melissa has been active in co-curricular activities all four years at Hartford Union High School.  She is a member of the Hartford Police Explorers, the Pep Band, the HUHS Color Guard, National Honor Society, H-Club, the Math Team, Skills USA and FFA.  Hetzel earned 1st place awards for her prepared speech in the Skills USA competition and for her Solo, Quartet and Choir performances in the Solo and Ensemble competition.  Melissa also participated in basketball, tennis and track at HUHS earning varsity letters in track and tennis.

Melissa has given back to her community by doing volunteer work through the Hartford Police Explorers.  This organization provides volunteers for Enchantment in the Park, EAA, the “Shop With a Cop” program, and Hartford Recreation Department dances.  Outside of Police Explorers, Melissa has also volunteered at Special Olympics and the Lincoln School Fun Fair.  In the past three years, she has contributed approximately 300 hours of volunteer service.

Melissa enlisted in the Army National Guard last April and will have her second phase of training to complete this fall.  In the spring, she plans to attend UW-Stevens Point to study Psychology and then pursue a career in law enforcement.

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Joshua is a member of the boy’s track and cross-country teams at HUHS.  He has earned three varsity letters in cross-country and two varsity letters in track.  This past season, he was voted captain of the boy’s cross-country team by his peers and coach.

Joshua has given back to his community by doing volunteer work at his church through a program called AWANA.  It is for children ages 3 years old to 8th grade.  He works with the 3 and 4 year olds leading them in games and song.  In his spare time, Joshua enjoys camping with his family as well as swimming during the summer.

After high school, Joshua plans to attend Marantha Baptist University in Watertown to pursue a major in business management.

February Students of the Month 2013-14

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Sara has been active in co-curricular activities all four years at Hartford Union High School.  She has participated in girl’s basketball, girl’s soccer, softball, girl’s volleyball, and girl’s cross-country at HUHS, earning varsity letters in basketball, soccer, softball and volleyball.  Sara received special recognition this year by being named captain of the girl’s varsity basketball team. Sara is also a member of the National Honor Society, the Math Club and the H-Club at Hartford.

Sara has given back to her community by volunteering her time at St. John’s Catholic Church in Rubicon, the Special Olympics, and as a Little Lady Oriole basketball camp coach the past four years.  In her spare time, Sara enjoys canoeing, skiing, biking and other outdoor activities with her family.

Sara plans to attend Michigan Technological University to major in Environmental Engineering.

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James has been involved in co-curriculars all four years at HUHS.  He served as Sentinel during his sophomore year and as the Reporter during his junior year in the FFA Program.  James plays the saxophone in the Pep Band, Marching Band, Symphonic Band, and is also a member of the HUHS Robotics Team.

James has given back to his community by doing volunteer work at his church.  He served mass from 4th grade until sophomore year at St. John’s Catholic Church.  He helps out year at his church’s annual Fall Festival and helped restore the church’s Stations of the Cross in June of 2009.  He has helped to raise money to support the Robotics and FFA Programs at the high school, and teaching middle school students about how dairy products are made at the Food for America event held each spring.

James has received special recognition by being named to the state FFA Honors Band twice and was named to the FFA National Honors Band in 2013.  James has received numerous medals for participation in Solos and Ensembles, acquiring several firsts and star firsts.

James is currently enrolled in a co-op program at Mantz Automation.  After graduation from HUHS, he plans to attend WCTC to obtain an Associate’s Degree in Mechanical Design Technology along with a certificate in Web Design.

January Students of the Month 2013-14

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Susan has been active in co-curricular activities all four years at Hartford Union High School.  She has been a member of the varsity girls swim team for four years (2010-13), a manager for the boys swim team (2013-14), a member of the pit orchestra for two years (2012-13), a member of the pep band for four years (2010-14), Model United Nations for three years (2011-14), a member of National Honor Society for two years (2012-14), a member of FFA for four years (2010-14), and a member of Student Council for one year (2012-13).  Susan was the recipient of the coaches’ award for her participation and leadership on the varsity girls swim team.  She was also a state qualifier in girl’s swimming.

Susan has given back to her community by volunteering her time at St. Benedict’s soup kitchen in Milwaukee, as well as at her church and for various National Honor Society events.  She has attended a wilderness leadership camp for eight years, and this past summer she went on a 45-day backpacking trip through the Brooks Range in Alaska, where she was able to improve her leadership and facilitating skills.

            Susan plans to attend Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado to either major in zoology or animal science with a pre-veterinary focus.

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Matthew has been active in co-curricular activities at Hartford Union High School participating in track, Skills USA, Mock Trial, National Honor Society, and the Fall Musical and Spring Play.  Matthew has also served as the News Editor and Feature Editor of the HUHS school newspaper The Hartford Chronicle.  Matthew received special recognition recently from NEWSPA by placing first in advertisement design.

Matthew has given back to his community by serving on the worship team and student leader team at Northbrook Church.  He has also done volunteer work at Harvest House in West Bend.  Matthew enjoys music and plays the piano, drums, guitar and violin.  He loves to jam with his friends.

After high school, Matthew plans to attend either UW–Eau Claire or UW–Madison to major in business.

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Savannah was a member of the varsity girls swim team all four years at HUHS.  She is also a member of the National Honor Society and Student Council.  Savannah received her athletic letter in swimming and swam at state on various relay teams during her junior and senior year.

Savannah has given back to her community by doing volunteer work at Enchantment in the Park, the Holy Hill Arts and Craft Fair, the St, Mary of the Hill Flea Market and participating in the Breastroke Relay for Breast Cancer and the Polar Bear Plunge for Special Olympics.

After high school, Savannah plans to attend UW-Madison to major in Pre-Veterinary Medicine and minor in Biotechnology.  Someday, she would like to open her own Veterinary Clinic.

December Students of the Month 2013-14

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Margaret has been active in co-curricular activities all four years at Hartford Union High School.  She is a member of the National Honor Society, Peers4Peers, and the H-Club.  Margaret has participated in the sports of volleyball, basketball and soccer at HUHS.  Since 8th grade, she has played club volleyball for different clubs in the area.  She received special recognition during her junior year by being named a captain of the girl’s soccer team and by representing HUHS at Badger Girls State this past summer.

Margaret has given back to her community by volunteering her time at church work camps for the past four summers.  She plans to participate again this summer.  She has traveled to different parts of the country to help people who are less fortunate and do repairs on their homes.  Margaret has also been active tutoring middle school students at Saylesville and helping coach the 8th grade girl’s basketball team at St. Kilians.

            Margaret plans to attend the University of Wisconsin – Green Bay and Bellin College in the fall to obtain a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing.  She hopes to become a pediatric oncology registered nurse.

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Jessica participated in girl’s tennis and soccer during her freshman year.  She was active in the “We The People” program during her sophomore year.  She is currently a member of the National Honor Society, the Math Team, and the SMART TEAM (Students Modeling A Research Topic) at HUHS.

Jessica has given back to her community by doing volunteer work at her church every year.  She also helped design the young adult section at the Jack Russell Memorial Library in Hartford.

After high school, Jessica plans to attend a four-year college in Wisconsin or Minnesota to double major in biology and psychology.  She would like to eventually do research in the medical field.

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Allen has been active in co-curricular activities all four years at Hartford Union High School.  Allen is a member of the varsity boy’s tennis team and was named most improved player during his junior year.  He is also a member of the National Honor Society, the chess club and the First Robotics program at HUHS.

Allen has given back to his community by serving as an usher at St. Kilian Parish, helping at a food shelter in Milwaukee, and working with the scrip program at his church for past six years.  He also keeps busy by working as a cashier at Culvers in Hartford and working in the office at Wondra Construction in Iron Ridge.

After high school, Allen plans to attend UW – Platteville to major in mechanical or electrical engineering.

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Matt has been involved all four years in co-curricular activities at Hartford Union High School.  He has participated in soccer and tennis, and earned a varsity letter in tennis during his sophomore and junior year.  He has also served as the manager of the boy’s varsity basketball team the past four years.  Matt was named Honorable Mention All-Conference in tennis during his junior year.

Matt has given back to his community by serving as a FUMC vacation bible school volunteer.  He has served as a referee for youth soccer, a youth tennis coach for the Hartford Recreation Department, and as a soccer coach of a girl’s U-14 team for the Erin Soccer Club.

After high school, Matt plans to attend either the University of North Dakota or UW – Madison to major in Meteorology.

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Hannah has been active in the high school musicals all four years at Hartford.  She had lead roles in “West Side Story” and “Bye-Bye Birdie” the past two years.  Hannah is a member of the National Honor Society and serves as the secretary of the HUHS Student Council.  She also serves as the HUHS Student Council Blood Drive committee chair.

Hannah has given back to her community by doing volunteer work at Kathy Hospice in West Bend, St. Ben’s Meal Program, and Enchantment in the Park.  She has also participated in the annual Toys for Tots, Pennies for Patients and the Coats for Kids drives held each year at Hartford.

After high school, Hannah plans to attend the University of Oklahoma to pursue a degree in Petroleum Engineering

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Allison has been active in co-curricular activities while attending Hartford Union High School.  She is a member of the National Honor Society, Math Club, and Student Council.  Allison participated in tennis during her freshman and sophomore year and has served as the manager of the varsity boy’s basketball team for the past four years. She was given special recognition recently by being named an Advanced Placement Scholar.

Allison has given back to her community by volunteering her time at the Hubertus House of Horror and Enchantment in the Park.  She has also been active in the Student Council Blood drives held annually at the high school and with the Boys and Girls Club of Hartford.

Allison plans to attend the University of Wisconsin – Madison in the fall to study Neurology.

October Students of the Month 2013-14

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            Briana has been active in co-curricular activities while attending Hartford Union High School.  She is a member of the National Honor Society, H-Club, and Math Club.  Briana is also a member of the girl’s varsity soccer and cross-country teams.  She was given special recognition during her junior year by receiving the Key Award for having the 2nd highest GPA in her class and by being named to the Wisconsin Little Ten Second Team All-Conference in girl’s soccer.  Briana is also an officer this year in the National Honor Society at Hartford.

            Briana has given back to her community by volunteering her time at St. John’s Fall Festival and the Special Olympics.  She has also participated in the annual Toys for Tots Drive and the Haiti Food Pack Program.

            Briana plans to attend the University of Wisconsin – Madison to study nursing or biomedical sciences.  She would like to pursue a career as a Physician’s Assistant.

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Abby has been active in co-curricular activities at Hartford.  She was a member of the girl’s varsity cross-country team and girl’s varsity soccer team for three years.  Abby was named 3rd Team All-Conference in girl’s soccer during her junior year.  She is a member of the National Honor Society and was named an AP Scholar with Distinction.  Abby has also participated in student council, Model United Nations, the Pep Band and musical theater at HUHS.

            Abby has given back to her community by doing volunteer work at the Boys and Girls Club of Hartford, Enchantment in the Park and with the Special Olympics Organization.

            After high school, Abby plans to attend Michigan Tech University to pursue a degree in Civil Engineering.

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Weston has been involved all four years in co-curricular activities at Hartford Union High School.  Weston has participated in baseball, basketball and tennis, earning varsity letters in basketball and tennis.  He is a member of the National Honor Society, Symphonic Band, Marching Band, Pit Orchestra, and Pep Band at Hartford.  Weston was named 1st Team All-Conference and was the recipient of the Coaches Award in boy’s tennis during his junior year.  He is an excellent musician receiving five firsts at the State Music Solos and Ensemble Competition.

Weston has given back to his community by participating in the youth instrument group at St. Kilians Church.  During the summer, he umpires for Rubicon youth baseball, serves as a coach in the summer basketball program, and plays with the Hartford City Band.

After high school, Weston plans to attend UW-Platteville to major in mechanical engineering and minor in biology.

September Students of the Month 2013-14

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Olivia has been active all four years in co-curricular activities at Hartford Union High School.  She has participated in girl’s volleyball and girls cross country at HUHS.  She participated in the We The People Program during her sophomore year and is currently a member of the National Honor Society and the Math Team at the high school.

Olivia has been on the High Honor Roll since her freshmen year.  She has received special recognition at Hartford Union High School by being awarded the National Honor Society Spade Award as a junior and by being named an AP Scholar with Distinction.

Olivia has given back to her community by doing volunteer work at St. Gabriel’s and Northbrook Church.  She also helped the Rotary Clubs of Washington County by doing volunteer work at Enchantment in the Park.

After graduation, she will attend a four-year university, most likely in the southeast, and plans on double majoring in chemistry and biology with a minor in Spanish.  She plans to go on to medical school to get an M.D. with a specialty in neurology.

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Lawrence has been very active all four years in co-curricular activities at Hartford Union High School.  He has participated in the sports of soccer, swimming, tennis and track at HUHS.  He has also been active in the National Honor Society, Model UN Club and the school musicals at Hartford.  Lawrence will be one of the male leads roles in this fall’s musical “Bye Bye Birdie” which will take place at the Schauer Arts and Activities Center in November.

Lawrence is very active in the music program at Hartford Union High School.  He is a member of the Symphonic Band, Jazz Band, Pep Band and Choir at the school.  He has received special honors by serving as Band President and also being named a National Merit Scholar.

After graduation from HUHS, Lawrence plans to attend a four-year university, considering a career in medicine, but at this time, has not decided on the school he plans to attend.

 


 

 

May Students of the Month 2012-13

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Hannah has been active in co-curricular activities while attending Hartford Union High School.  She has been a member of the H-Club and Student Council all four years.  She is also a member of the National Honor Society.  She currently serves as Vice-President of Student Council and is Co-President of the National Honor Society.  Hannah also participated in soccer, girls basketball and girls tennis at Hartford.  Hannah lettered all four years in girl’s tennis and was named to the Wisconsin Little Ten All-Conference Team in doubles in 2011 and 2012.  She also qualified for the WIAA State Tennis Tournament in doubles in 2011 and 2012.

            Hannah has given back to her community by volunteering her time as Sunday school teacher for 3rd and 4th graders at her church.  She also participated in the Toys for Tots drive and the Thanksgiving Food drive sponsored by the H-Club at the high school.  Hannah has also served as the Student Council Blood Drive coordinator at HUHS. Hannah plans to attend the University of Wisconsin – Madison in the fall to pursue a degree in Biology.  She eventually would like to pursue a career in nursing.

MayEmma

Emma has been active in girls cross-country all four years at HUHS.  She is also very involved with the Music Department at the high school.  Emma is the 1st chair clarinetist of the Symphonic Band, rifle captain of the color guard squad and a member of the HUHS Pep Band.  She is a member of the National Honor Society and Math Team and participated in the Spring Play her junior year.  Emma received special recognition for her musical ability by winning the Ward Brodt Outstanding Musicians Award earlier this year.

Emma has given back to her community by doing volunteer work at area hospitals the past two years.  She has also helped raise money for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation by donating money and having a walk team for the annual “Walk to the Cure” fundraiser.  Emma has also volunteered her time the past two years as a color guard instructor at Central Middle School.  During the summer she plays with the Hartford City Band at their free weekly concerts in the park.

After high school, Emma plans to attend the University of Wisconsin-Madison to study biology.  She would like to pursue a career in the medical field as a physician’s scientist or hematologist studying incurable and critical diseases.

MayJoshua

Joshua has participated in co-curricular activities at Hartford Union High School.  Joshua is a member of the National Honor Society and is an editor of the school newspaper, The Hartford Chronicle.  Joshua also participated in the boys soccer program at HUHS for two years.

Joshua has given back to his community by doing volunteer with The Scooter Foundation and worked as an intern and volunteer with the Obama for America campaign.  He worked last year in Washington D.C. in the United States Senate as a page.  Serchen was give special recognition by receiving the United States Senate Leadership Award.

In the fall, Joshua plans to attend George Washington University to double major in Political Science and Economics.  He would like to go to graduate school and get a master’s degree in Public Policy and return to work in Washington D.C.

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Ruturaj has been active in co-curricular activities at HUHS.  He is a member of the boy’s tennis team and the National Honor Society.  Ruturaj was the host of this year’s Talent Show and has been a cast member in the Spring Play for three years.  Representing the HUHS Math Club, Ruturaj finished in the top three this year in the Trig Star Math Competition.  Ruturaj received special recognition from his peers by being named Prom King and Homecoming King in 2012.

Ruturaj has given back to his community by serving as a student ambassador at the Aurora Medical Center and volunteering his time at middle school math meets and the Cub Scouts Science Day Fair.

Ruturaj plans to attend the University of Wisconsin-Madison in the fall to major in Molecular Biology.  He would like to pursue a career in research in a lab setting.

April Students of the Month 2012-13

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            Kelsey has been active in co-curricular activities while attending Hartford Union High School.  She is a member of the National Honor Society and has participated in the school plays and musicals at HUHS.  Kelsey has been on the honor roll every semester and has received her academic and choir letter.

Kelsey has given back to the community by volunteering her time in the food pack program and at the food pantry in Hartford.  She has also been involved in several community theatre productions in Hartford as well as West Bend, Menomonee Falls, and other theaters in the area.

Kelsey plans to attend the University of Wisconsin – Madison in the fall to pursue a major in Communication Arts and Theatre.

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Jason has been involved all four years in co-curricular activities at Hartford Union High School.  Jason has participated in boys swimming and track.  He was named MVP and captain of the boys swimming team this year.  Jason is a member of the National Honor Society, Math Club, and Student Council and is the current Vice-president of FBLA.

Jason has given back to his community by doing volunteer work at the Hartford Craft Fair and the Pike Lake clean up program.

After high school, Jason plans to attend UW-Madison and major in Actuarial Science.

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Joelle has been active in co-curricular activities at Hartford.  She has participated in girls swimming and track at HUHS.  She is a member of the National Honor Society and has competed in Forensics and on the Math Team.  Joelle has been very involved in the band and choir programs at HUHS.  She was given special recognition by being selected as Drum Major for the band program during her junior and senior year.  Joelle has participated in several spring plays and musicals at HUHS.

Joelle has given back to her community by doing volunteer work at her church, summer work camps, and raising money for the Hartford Pregnancy Help Center.  Joelle is currently employed as a lifeguard and Water Safety Instructor at the Hartford Parks and Recreation Department.

After high school, Joelle plans to attend Marquette University to pursue a degree in physics.  After graduation from college, Joelle would like to serve her country by joining the military.

March Students of the Month 2012-13

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Holly has been active in co-curricular activities at Hartford.  She has participated in track and volleyball at HUHS.  She is a member of the National Honor Society, Math Club, DECA Club, and the FBLA Club at the high school.  Holly competed in the FBLA Regional recently placing 4th in Healthcare Administration.

Holly has given back to her community by doing volunteer work at the 5K Stride and Glide for disabilities and serving as a bell ringer for the Salvation Army during the holidays.  Holly is fluent in American Sign Language and has served as a camp volunteer since age 12 at KODA (Kids of Deaf Adults).  She participated recently in the HUHS Talent Show signing the song “Stronger” by Kelly Clarkson.

After high school, Holly plans to attend Northeast Wisconsin Technical College in Green Bay to pursue a degree in dental hygiene.

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Antonio has been involved all four years in co-curricular activities at Hartford Union High School.  Antonio has participated in golf and has earned varsity letters in boys swimming.  He is a member of the National Honor Society, Math Club and the Hartford Police Explorers at the high school.  Antonio was 1st Team All-Conference in Boys Swimming during his junior year and 2nd Team All-Conference in Boys Swimming during his senior year.  He has received his Academic Certificate, Academic Letter and Academic Medal at the annual Academic Recognition Program held at the high school each spring.

Antonio has given back to his community by doing volunteer work with the National Honor Society and the Hartford Police Explorers at Enchantment in the Park, middle school dances and the EAA Fly-In at Oshkosh.

After high school, Antonio plans to study physics at Michigan State University.

March2013Laatsch, Katelyn

Katelyn has been active in co-curricular activities while attending Hartford Union High School.  She is a member of the National Honor Society, H-Club, Math Club, and FFA and has participated in basketball, track and field, softball, and volleyball at HUHS.  Katelyn also serves as a senior class representative.

Katelyn has given back to the Hartford community by volunteering her time at St. Mary of the Hill Parish.  She has also participated in the annual Toys for Tots and Hartford Food Pantry Drives at the high school.  Katelyn currently works at H&R Block and for Hartford Jt. #1 School District during the summer.

           Katelyn plans to attend the University of Wisconsin – Washington County, and then transfer to the University of Wisconsin – Madison to obtain a degree in Biology.  Her ultimate goal is to become a Veterinarian.

February Students of the Month 2012-13

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Austin has been active in co-curricular activities at Hartford Union High School.  He is a member of the National Honor Society and has been a participant in football and baseball all four years at HUHS.

Austin has given back to the Hartford community by volunteering his time at the annual Haiti Food Pack, Hartford Food Pantry, and Toys for Tots drives.  He also helped out this year at the Hartford Rotary Club’s Wine Tasting fundraiser at the Wisconsin Automotive Museum.

Austin plans to attend the University of Wisconsin – Platteville next fall to pursue a degree in Civil Engineering.

Feb13Amy

Amy has been active in co-curricular activities at Hartford.  She has participated in cross-country and track at HUHS.  She is a member of the National Honor Society, H-Club, and is the current treasurer of Student Council.

Amy has earned three varsity letters in both track and cross-country.  She was named to the All-Area Cross-Country Team in 2012 and was selected for Honorable Mention recognition to the Wisconsin Little Ten All-Conference Cross-Country Team in 2010 and 2012.  Amy was named captain of this year’s girls’ cross-country and track teams at HUHS.

Amy has given back to her community by doing volunteer work at Enchantment in the Park and the Waukesha County Humane Society.  She has been an actor at the Hubertus Haunted House during Halloween.  Amy also helps out with many running road races including the Milwaukee Lakefront Marathon, the Shamrock Shuffle, Pike Lake 5k/10/k race and the HUHS Grade School Challenge.

After high school, Amy plans to attend the Carroll University to pursue a degree in Exercise Science and then a Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy.

Feb13Drew

Drew has been involved all four years in co-curricular activities at Hartford Union High School.  Palmer is a member of the varsity baseball team, H-Club, and National Honor Society at HUHS.  In 2012, Drew was a member of the Hartford Union High School baseball team that made it to the semifinals of the WIAA State Tournament.  He has been on the high honor roll all four years of high school.

During the year, Drew works at the West Bend YMCA as a youth sports instructor and referee.  In his spare time, he coaches youth baseball, football and basketball teams

After graduation from Hartford, Drew plans to attend Trine University in Angola, Indiana to pursue a degree in engineering.  He was recruited to play baseball at the school and plans to play with the Trine Thunder in the spring of 2014.

January Students of the Month 2012-13

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            DJ has been very active all four years in co-curricular activities at Hartford Union High School.  He played varsity soccer all four years at Hartford, as well as club soccer in spring.  DJ is also a member of the boy’s varsity basketball team, the H-club and National Honor Society at HUHS.

DJ has been on the high honor roll all four years of high school and has received his Academic letter.  He is a four-year varsity letter winner and was named recently Wisconsin Little Ten player of the year and All Area player of the year for soccer.

DJ has given back to the Hartford community by volunteering his time at his church and the annual Toys for Tots drive.  He has also helped the local youth by serving as a coach at the Power Behind the Bird soccer the camp the past four years.

DJ plans to attend the University Missouri St. Louis next fall to play soccer and obtain a degree in Electrical Engineering.

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Anne has been active in co-curricular activities at HUHS.  Anne has participated in volleyball and track at HUHS.  She is a member of the National Honor Society and the Pep Band.  Anne plays tenor sax in the band program and has participated in the State Solo and Ensemble competition.  She has been on the high honor roll all four years and is very involved in the Advance Placement program at the school.

Anne has given back to her community by doing volunteer work with Special Olympics basketball and track and field, the St. John’s and St. Ben’s meal program and at local youth wrestling tournaments.

After high school, Anne plans to attend the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities to pursue a degree in Biology.

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Jacob has been involved all four years in co-curricular activities at Hartford Union High School.  Jacob is a member of the boy’s tennis team, FBLA, DECA, National Honor Society and serves as Co-President of the Math Team.  He has been on the high honor roll all four years of high school.

Jacob has given back to his community by volunteering his time at St. Gabriel Parish, making food packs for Haiti, and working as a math meet volunteer.  He has worked at Culver’s in Sussex, WI since 2010 and was promoted to crew trainer in 2011.

Jacob is a huge sport’s fan and would like to integrate his love of sports into his future career.  After graduation from Hartford, he plans to attend UW-Madison, Marquette University, or the University of Minnesota to pursue a business/sports marketing degree.

December Students of the Month 2012-13

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Jack has been very active all four years in co-curricular activities at Hartford Union High School.  He has participated in cross-country, golf and swimming at HUHS.  Jack lettered four times in swimming and qualified for the WIAA State Swimming meet in 2011.  Jack is also actively involved in National Honor Society and Student Council.  He is a member of the Marching Band and Jazz Band at Hartford.  Jack has participated in the spring play the past two years and was a member of the cast “Anything Goes” and “West Side Story”.

Jack has given back to the Hartford community through his participation with the Hartford City Band, Enchantment in the Park, and a youth mission trip through St. Kilian Church in Hartford.  Jack also received special recognition by being elected to the Supreme Court at Badger Boys State this past year.

Jack plans to attend Marquette University, the University of St. Thomas or the University of Chicago next fall and he has not decided on a major field of study.

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            Emma has been very involved in co-curricular activities at HUHS.  Emma has earned letters in dance and track at HUHS.  She is a member of the National Honor Society, Math Team, DECA, and FBLA and is the current secretary of Student Council.

Emma has been on the high honor roll all four years and recently received an Advanced Placement Scholar Award.

Emma has given back to her community by doing volunteer work at Enchantment in the Park, St. Ben’s Soup Kitchen, the Hartford Women’s Club Craft Expo, and various youth group activities through Redeemer Lutheran Church.

After high school, Emma plans to attend UW-Madison but is undecided on her major field of study at this time.

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            Andrea has been very active all four years in co-curricular activities at Hartford Union High School.  Andrea is a member of the varsity girl’s tennis and track teams, Student Council, H-Club, and the Math Team.  She is a four-time letter winner in both tennis and track.

Andrea has given back to her community by volunteering her time with the Special Olympics Program and the American Legion Auxiliary.

Andrea has received numerous special honors while attending Hartford Union High School.  She qualified for the WIAA State Track meet in 2009 and 2010.  Andrea was also selected to the WLT All-Conference Tennis 1st Team in Singles in 2012 and to the WLT All-Conference Tennis Second Team in Singles in 2010 and 2011.  She was named captain of the track team in 2011 and 2012 and represented HUHS at Badger Girls State in 2012.

After graduation, Andrea plans to attend UW-LaCrosse to pursue a major in biology and a minor in nutrition.

November students of the month 2012-13

Paul has been very involved in co-curricular activities at HUHS.  Paul participated in boy’s cross-country and track at HUHS.  He is a member of the National Honor Society and played the lead role of Tony in this fall’s HUHS musical “West Side Story”.

Paul has received numerous special honors while attending Hartford Union High School.  He participated in the WSMA State Honors Choir in 2011 and 2012, served as a delegate to Badger Boys State, and participated at State Solo and Ensemble in vocal solo in 2011.

Paul has also given back to his community by doing volunteer work at Divine Savior Lutheran Church, singing with the alumni choir at Holy Hill for Christmas midnight mass, participating in group work camps with St. Kilian Church, and serving meals for the homeless at St. Ben’s in Milwaukee.

            After high school, Paul plans to attend either UW-Madison or Marquette University but is undecided on his major field of study at this time.

Alaina has been very active all four years in co-curricular activities at Hartford Union High School.  Alaina is a member of the varsity girl’s tennis team, FBLA, DECA, H-Club, and the Math Team and is the current president of the Student Council at HUHS.  Alaina has participated in several musicals at the school and was part of the cast of this fall’s musical “West Side Story”.

Alaina has received numerous special honors while attending Hartford Union High School.  She qualified in 2011 and 2012 for the State Solo and Ensemble competition and competed in the 2011 and 2012 WIAA State Doubles Championships in Madison.  Alaina was also selected to the WLT All-Conference 1st Team in Doubles in 2011 and 2012.  She was also honored recently by being selected as the Dodge County Fire Queen and the 2012 Homecoming Queen at HUHS.
Alaina has given back to her community by organizing the student council blood drives at HUHS and by helping the food pantries of Washington County by volunteering her time at Enchantment in the Park.  She has also served as a concession food stand manager for the home football games at HUHS.

            After graduation, Alaina plans to attend either the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities, the University of Wisconsin – Madison or Marquette University.

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Elizabeth has been very active all four years in co-curricular activities at Hartford Union High School.  She has lettered in soccer and tennis and was named this fall to the WLT 2nd Team All-Conference in girl’s tennis.  Elizabeth is actively involved in National Honor Society, H-Club, and is the captain of the Mock Trial Team at HUHS.  She is a member of the concert choir and is the current president of the orchestra.  Elizabeth has participated in the spring play the past two years and was a member of the pit orchestra for the musicals “Anything Goes” and “West Side Story”.

Elizabeth has given back to the Hartford community by volunteering at the First United Methodist Church, Hartford Park and Recreation events, and the Solo and Ensemble program at Central Middle School.  She is employed by the Hartford Parks and Recreation Department as a lifeguard and swim instructor.  She is also a USSF Soccer referee.

            Elizabeth has been accepted at St. Norbert College, planning to major in Biology, minor in music, and play tennis for the Green Knights.

October students of the month 2012-13

Nicholas has been very active all four years in co-curricular activities at Hartford Union High School.  He has lettered in football and track and participated in boy’s basketball at HUHS.  Nicholas is also actively involved in Student Council and has served as President of the National Honor Society at Hartford.  Nicholas participated in the spring play during his sophomore year and is a member of the cast for this year’s fall musical “West Side Story” at the Schauer Arts and Activities Center.

Nicholas has given back to the Hartford community by volunteering at youth football camps over the summer, serving as a Hartford Recreation Department flag football coach and working with the HUHS Student Council at Enchantment in the Park.  Nicholas is an avid sport’s fan.  He enjoys hunting, fishing, and watching professional and college sports.

After graduation from HUHS, Nicholas plans to attend a four-year university, but at this time has not decided on the school or his major.

David has been very involved in co-curricular activities at HUHS.  David is a three-sport athlete competing in boys swimming, golf, and cross-country.  This year, he is also the captain of the boys cross-country team.  He is a member of the Math Team, H-Club, DECA Club, the musical cast of “West Side Story” and President of the Hartford Union High School National Honor Society.

David has received numerous special honors while attending Hartford Union High School.  He was named Academic All-State in boys golf, participated in the WSMA State Honors Choir, served as a delegate to Badger Boys State, honored as an Advanced Placement Scholar with Distinction, served as a delegate to the World Affairs Seminar at Carroll College and represented his class on the HUHS Prom and Homecoming Court.

David has also given back to his community by serving as a lector at St. Mary of the Hill Parish and working as a volunteer for the Scooter Foundation, a local soup kitchen, and the U.S. Women’s Open Golf Tournament at Erin Hills.

After high school, David plans to attend St. Norbert College and then Medical School to become a doctor.

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Grace has been active all four years in co-curricular activities at Hartford Union High School.  Grace has lettered all four years in girls swimming and was named the captain of this year’s team.  Grace has also participated in forensics, student council, H-Club and the high school musicals at HUHS.

Grace has been on the honor roll since her freshmen year.  She has lettered in choir and has participated in the State Solo and Ensemble competition.  Grace has also represented Hartford at the WIAA State Swimming meet.

For the past five years, Grace has served as a volunteer and coach for the Lake Country Swim Club.  After graduation, Grace plans to further her education, but has not decided on a school or her major.

September students of the month 2012-13

Kiley has been very active all four years in co-curricular activities at Hartford Union High School.  She has lettered in girls’ volleyball and track and is a co-captain of this year’s varsity volleyball team.  Kiley is also actively involved in the Future Business Leaders of America Club, the National Honor Society and Student Council at HUHS.

Kiley has been on the high honor roll since her freshman year, ranking in the top ten students in her class each year.  She received the Key Award in November 2011 from the National Honor Society at Hartford Union High School.

Kiley has given back to the Hartford Community by volunteering with the HUHS Student Council at Enchantment in the Park and the St. Aidan’s Haiti Hunger Relief Project.  She has also done volunteer work with Operation Christmas and St. Ben’s Soup Kitchen through her Church.

After graduation from HUHS, Kiley would like to attend Marquette University to become a Physician’s Assistant.

Joseph has been very active in co-curricular activities at HUHS all four years.  Joseph is a three-sport athlete competing in football, wrestling and baseball.  He is also a member of the National Honor Society, Math Club and has participated in the National Trig-Star competition for three years, finishing 2nd in 2011.

Joseph has been on the high honor roll since his freshman year, ranking in the top ten students in his class each year.  In November 2011, Joseph received the National Honor Society Spade Award given annually to a junior ranked 1st in his/her class in academics and service.

Joseph has volunteered his time during the summer as a bingo announcer at Washington Heights Independent Senior Living and the Gardens of Hartford Assisted Living Community.

Joseph plans to attend either the University of Wisconsin-Madison or the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh to pursue a major in Computer Science.  He said that his academic and athletic accomplishments have been gained with the support and encouragement from his parents, two older brothers, teachers, and coaches.