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Hiawatha Driver Education-2019

Hiawatha Driver Education-2019

Drivers Education is just around the corner. If you have not already paid the $180.00 fee for driver’s education, it is due on or before Monday, April 15th, 2019. The...

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Hawk's Nest Newsletter No. 2

Hawk's Nest Newsletter No. 2

Hawk’s Nest NEWSLETTER March 12, 2019 Hiawatha Middle School ~4th Quarter, Here We Come~ The mission of Hiawatha Middle School is to provide all students with ...

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Romanticizing Juul Culture

Romanticizing Juul Culture

Vaping, also known as JUULing, is a rising epidemic in today's youth, being popular amongst middle and high schoolers. Adolescents seem to be picking up the habit at an...

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Hiawatha Schools USD415

Hiawatha Schools USD415

18 days ago

In order to ensure we meet minimum attendance requirements, USD 415 has scheduled April 22, 2019 as a make-up day. School will be in session and run a regular schedule. I know you join us in the anticipation of warmer weather. Thank you for your flexibility. view image

Kyley Gatz

Kyley Gatz

about 21 hours ago

HMS 7th and 8th grade students rocked the dance floor tonight. Great job, Student Council! view image

Kyley Gatz

Kyley Gatz

1 day ago

HMS Red Hawks enjoyed an afternoon of friendly competition between Scholar’s Bowl and Science Olympiad. In addition, we recognized our Science Olympiad team for a successful regional competition. They are headed to STATE! Way to go, Red Hawks. We are so proud of you! view image

Karin Moorhous

Karin Moorhous

2 days ago

Get ready for some useful information on everyday situations! This Friday, Hiawatha High School is hosting Ready For Life Day. This event has different stations that contain information regarding important life skills otherwise not taught in high school, such as changing a tire, making home cooked meals and self defense. The Red Hawks are rowdy, and ready to learn these Ready for Life skills! view image

Isabella Eppens

Isabella Eppens

2 days ago

BAHAMAS SENIORS RETURN TO THE STATES After spending spring break in the Bahamas, Biology Club seniors and sponsors returned early Tuesday morning. The trip involved deep sea fishing, snorkeling in various reefs, visiting a bat cave, hiking up to a lighthouse, visiting the remnants of John Watling’s castle, and tide pool investigations. Sponsor Kylee Reschke stated, “We were able to go to several different beaches on the island… so we saw a large variety of fish and sea life. As far as the trip in general, we had a really good trip… the students wanted to do everything that we did.” Senior Jack Tesoriero said, “I actually learned a ton and a lot more than I expected… Yeah, it was sick. It was amazing.” What stays in the Bahamas. view image

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