December 15, 2019
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Welcome to Hartford High School


Lead Testing

As part of a new law, all schools and childcare providers are required to test for lead in drinking water and fix any issues when lead is found above an established action level. The intent of the law is to protect children, students, and staff from lead in these settings. The health and safety of the children in our care and our employees is our priority, and we are working quickly to check our system for lead. The water at Hartford High School will be tested for lead on December ...

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Cellphones in school

A View from the principal’s office – Cell phones I am often asked, “Have kids changed over the time you have spent at Hartford?”  My answer, more often than not, is that I am not sure that kids have changed but the world around them certainly has.  Specifically, the omnipresence of the cell phone has shifted student engagement in school in a variety of ways.  It is not an exaggeration to say that our administrative team spent three weeks durin...

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HHS a Finalist in National STEM Challenge

Congratulations to Mike Hathorn on his grant proposal that made it to the state finalist stage of the Samsung Solve For Tomorrow challenge. Working with an ambitious student interested in 3D modeling and 3D printing, they found a machine that recycles filament as well as turns plastic bottles into filament. Best of luck in the next round! Read more at: ...

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NEASC Accreditations

Dear HHS families, The New England Association of Secondary Schools and Colleges (NEASC) accredits Hartford High School.  The process of ensuring accreditation is lengthy and includes a significant self-study when we review every element of our school in light of NEASC’s five standard areas: Standard 1:  Learning Culture Standard 2:  Student Learning Standard 3:  Professional Practices Standard 4:  Learning Supports Standar...

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