May 23, 2022

Hartford High School News


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Multicultural Celebration

Multicultural Celebration on Sunday, May 22nd from 11-2 The People's Barbershop and Touch by Sofie Hair Braids Beauty Bar will be there all day, doing ethnically diverse hair cuts and styles for our ethnically diverse district students. If you would like to make an appointment to get your child's hair done (or yours!), please em...

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HPAC - Rockumentary: The Evolution of Rock

Whether you like to dance, act, sing, play an instrument, or do it all, this is the camp for you! Hartford Performing Arts Camp is a week-long day camp ending with a public performance for students entering grades 6-9. Campers can select to participate in concert band and/or musical theatre. HPAC Deta...

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School Board Meeting on Masking

Good Morning Hartford! Many of you have asked this week about changes to Hartford's  COVID masking protocols, given the recent changes announced at the state level. The District has not made any changes to the Masking protocols. Masks will continue to be required in all Hartford Schools and programs un...

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SAT date change

The March 12th SAT Test Administration at Hartford High School has been rescheduled for Saturday, March 26th, 2022.

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BroadwayVentures summer camp

Registrations is now open for Hartford's BroadwayVentures - now a now a school run summer program! This year we are doing Beauty and the Beast. The program runs from July 11-22. BroadwayVentures is a two week-long, musical theatre intensive program for incoming 6th graders- outgoing 12th graders. The cost is $225 for Hartford r...

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AVA High School Art Exhibition

Congratulations to the following HHS Art students selected to exhibit at AVA Gallery's "Best of the Upper Valley High School" Art Exhibition.  The exhibit runs Jan. 28th - Feb. 25th at the AVA Gallery in Lebanon, NH.   Nika DuMoulin, Drawing Leah Foster, 3D Mixed Media Avery Keener, Painting Sean Lyons, Painting Holl...

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School Safety Tip Line

The school district has a safety team that includes representatives from schools and programs across the district, the Hartford Police Department and the Hartford Fire Department. We follow procedures and protocols that are used nationally to keep children and staff safe in school. Recently it was recommended that we initiate an&...

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BIPOC Family Resource Group

The Hartford School District BIPOC Family Resource Group (BIPOC: Black, Indigenous, People of Color) Family Resource Group and Affinity Space to provide a safe space for people with shared experiences as it relates to being BIPOC in the school district and the Upper Valley. The group provides an opportunity to share experiences, learn from...

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School Board Engagement Meeting

** UPDATE: The location of the school board meeting has been changed to the Hartford High School Cafeteria to accommodate for anyone who wants to attend in person and respect our COVID-19 practices. ** Please join your Hartford School Board, for it's regular "Community Engagement Meeting", to discuss possible changes in the Hartford sch...

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A View from the Principal's Office

I am always reminded of the importance of community at this time of the year.  The past couple of weeks have reinforced our important place in our community.  We were honored to host Sgt. Wesley Black's service on our campus on Sunday, Nov. 14.  We also saw our community come together over three days to celebrate our students thr...

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A Message from the Vermont Department of Health

It’s hard having a sick kid, but it’s important to keep them home from school until they get better. Get them tested if they have any COVID symptoms, may be a close contact, or have taken part in activities that could put them at risk. http://healthvermont.gov/testing

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HSD BIPOC Family Resource Group

Meeting Date: Tuesday, November 16th @ 6 PM in the Hartford School District Central Office @ 73 Highland Avenue | White River Jct., VT 05001 This group exists to provide a safe space for people with shared experiences as it relates to being BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of color), in the Hartford School District and in the Upper ...

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Musical Tickets

Tickets are on sale for this year's musical: Cinderella!! Performances are Friday, November 12th @ 7:00pm, Saturday, November 13th @ 7:00pm, and Sunday, November 14th @ 2:00pm! We are able to have an in person audience this year! Masks are required and we will be doing a 1 seat buffer in between families/pods. ...

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Cinderella Cast List

The Cinderella Cast List has been posted!   CAST LIST Cinderella musical   Mark your calendar, you don't want to miss this! Show Dates are:  November 12th @ 7:00pm November 13th @ 7:00pm November 14th @ 2:00pm  

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CrossFit at HHS

Pete Driscoll, PE teacher at Hartford High School, spoke with The Future of Education's Michael Horn recently about the CrossFit program at HHS. Check it out!  

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Retirement Reception

Hartford School District & Hartford Education Association Invite the public to an open reception to honor the following faculty & staff who are retiring or leaving the district after fifteen or more years of dedicated service.  Wednesday, June 2, 2021 3:30-5:00pm (Presentation at 4pm) Hartford High School Tent P...

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Spring Variety Show - May 29th

Hartford’s Tri-M Chapter Proudly Presents Spring Variety Show 2021 Saturday, May 29 • 6:00 PM Takes place outside the H-Lobby with a live audience Rain or Shine ** A livestream WILL NOT be available. ** Tickets are available by donation No tickets necessary for in person viewing To purchase tickets for the...

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Spring Variety Show - Sign up now!

Spring Variety Show 2021 Saturday, May 29 • 6:00 PM Any and all acts are welcome! Singing, dancing, magic, comedy, tricks such as juggling, etc… No auditions! Sign up by scanning the QR code -->

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World Languages at Hartford: A Look Ahead Survey

Dear Hartford Families, The Hartford School District places a high value on students learning a second language. Language learning expands our students' horizons and opens their minds to the cultures of the world. It also supports increased learning in other subjects and opens doors for students post-graduation. We currently offer program...

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Hartford High theater students find right note in pandemic

Hartford High theater students find right note in pandemic "A musical has a script, but Hartford High School’s upcoming production of The Drowsy Chaperone has been an improvisation from the start." - read the full article on the Valley News website at  https://www.vnews.com/Hartford-High-play-production-39785738

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Change to Student Day Calendar

Hello Hartford! I am writing because I recently became aware of an issue with our school calendar for this year. At the beginning of this school year the Governor closed school until September 8, due to the pandemic. Normally, without the pandemic closure, we would have had 9 student days prior to September 8th. Our students w...

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HHS Musical: The Drowsy Chaperone - Tickets Now On Sale!

Tickets for this year's hilarious musical, The Drowsy Chaperone, are on sale! This is our 40th Production!! Show Dates:   Friday, April 9th @ 7:00pm & Saturday, April 10th @ 7:00pm Live-Stream ONLY Tickets: Single Viewing $10 (1 person viewing per household) Family Viewing $25 (3-4 peopl...

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BroadwayVentures summer camp

Is your rising 5th-12th grader interested in spending the summer learning to sing, act, and perform? Then begin your adventure with BroadwayVentures, offered through the Hartford Rec. Department . Whether this is your first theatre experience or your tenth, BroadwayVentures is for you! This summer's musical is You’re a Good Man Charlie B...

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Updated Guidance on Social Gatherings

Updated Guidance: Social Gatherings Starting March 12, 2021 Governor Scott is allowing 2 unvaccinated households to gather at a time. This means 1 unvaccinated household can get together with another unvaccinated household and people will not need to quarantine. You are not limited to gathering with just 1 trusted household. We must still...

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A View from the Principal's Office

I hope that you are all well.  I have found myself using this greeting a lot.  Wellness has become something that can be elusive, and it certainly is my hope for everyone in our school community.  I know that many are not well.  School has been hard, COVID guidelines have been difficult to follow, teenage social beings force...

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