Kate Miller
Make sure that drive by HES and check out all the fun winter windows staff painted! Students are voting on their favorites tomorrow and next week! #2019HESWinterWindows #HESRedHawks #RedHawkReady #BabyYoda #Frozen2 #Snowmen #snow
about 7 hours ago, Kate Miller
Jenny Dunn
Results for the ASVAB (11th), preACT (9th), and PSAT (some 10th & 11th) assessments were shared with high school students today. Please go over these reports with your students as time allows. Students not in attendance will get them from their English teachers upon returning.
1 day ago, Jenny Dunn
Kate Miller
It’s ugly sweater day at HES! We’ve got winter spirit how about you? #HESRedHawks #ResHawkReady
6 days ago, Kate Miller
Kate Miller
Mrs. Van Peursem's class reported on severe weather hazards! They included facts and what people should do to stay safe. #HESRedHawks #RedHawkReady
7 days ago, Kate Miller
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Thrive nutrition services is new to our district and would like your input on how to better fit the nutritional needs and wants of our schools. Please take the short survey below to help Thrive better serve our students. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/QW5FCDD
7 days ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Congratulations!! Mrs. Theresa Williams, 5th grade teacher and Cross Country coach at Hiawatha Middle School, has been selected as this months teacher of the month. Thank you Hiawatha Ford for your contiuned support!! Mrs. Williams will drive a vehicle from Hiawatha Ford for the month of December.
10 days ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Kate Miller
Happy Thanksgiving! #HESRedHawks #HMSRedHawks #HHSRedHawks #HHSRedHawkAlumni #USD415 #RedHawkReady
15 days ago, Kate Miller
Hiawatha Schools USD415
If you didn't have time to fill out a survey at Turkey Bingo, please take this 5 minutes or less survey: https://bit.ly/ly2pes
16 days ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
First graders spent the week exploring what it takes to get the wheat from the farm to the table. They had a wonderful trunk from the Kansas Historical Society to teach them all about growing wheat and what happens when it is sold from the farmer to the elevator, to the mill, and so forth. The students also traveled to John Deere, in Hiawatha and they were shown the many different types of implements it takes to get the crop in the ground and also what it takes to harvest it.The first grade teachers would like to thank all individuals who helped make this week a success!
16 days ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Kyley Gatz
5th and 6th graders are enjoying Movie Night sponsored by our Student Council.
20 days ago, Kyley Gatz
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Robyn Saunders was recognized at the November Board of Education meeting for her outstanding dedication to Hiawatha High School students.
20 days ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Mr. Sumps 7th grade students are raising money for their trip to Denver in June 2021. One of the students told the group that if they raised the entire amount in October, he'd shave his head. All 16" of long blonde hair. Mr. Sump's class met their goal and a little more. The entire student body at Hiawatha Middle School watched as the 16" of hair came off. The hair will be going to Locks of Love this next week.
20 days ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Kate Miller
Join HES for a fun filled evening of Turkey Bingo! November 25th from 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm Prizes will be awarded to families who win including frozen turkeys! #HESRedHawks #RedHawkReady #HESTurkeyBingo #TurkeyBingo
21 days ago, Kate Miller
Tiffany Hasenohr
Mrs. Pyle's kindergartners are learning ASL through a distance learning program offered through Kansas School for the Deaf. Today we learned fruits, vegetables, the alphabet, and Happy Thanksgiving!
21 days ago, Tiffany Hasenohr
Kate Miller
HES has been celebrating No Dress November Staff have been challenged to dress differently all month long! Here are a few of the awesome sights so far! #HESRedHawks #RedHawkReady
23 days ago, Kate Miller
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Stop by Lottie's Thursday November 21, 2019 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM for Red Hawk Talk with Mr. Moser.
23 days ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Kate Miller
Join HES for a fun filled evening of Turkey Bingo! November 25th from 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm Prizes will be awarded to families who win including frozen turkeys! #HESRedHawks #RedHawkReady #HESTurkeyBingo #TurkeyBingo
24 days ago, Kate Miller
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Winter Wonderland dance for seventh and eighth graders. December 13 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm Hiawatha Middle School commons.
24 days ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Friday, November 22 HMS Student Council will host a movie night for all fifth and sixth grade students. Cost of entry will be $2.00, a popcorn and soda will be provided. There will be candy for sale, .25 cents each until it runs out. Doors will open at 6:30 pm to watch the movie. Please make sure to bring a lawn chair; no bean bags or blankets will be allowed into the middle school. Movie title will be determined within a day or two.
24 days ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
The entire USD 415 Family is deeply saddened by the death of one of our students. We ask for your prayers and thoughts for the family of Ian Miller and for the other victims of this tragedy. Our staff is working to ensure all of our students have access to support during this difficult time. Hiawatha High School will be open from 5:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m. this evening. Counselors, social workers, administration, and community leaders will be available to our students and staff this evening and for the foreseeable future.
26 days ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Kim Lillie
HHS play has been cancelled for today
26 days ago, Kim Lillie
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Starting Mon Nov 18 the new in town Robinson pick up time will be 7:05am
27 days ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Congratulations! to HHS Kansas Honor Scholars, Madison Gilbert, Jaye Hrencher, Michael Abeita, Emme Leupold, and Maggie Saul. Red Hawk Proud!
27 days ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Kindergarten enjoyed Reading with Red Hawks! Scholars Bowl and football cheerleaders read to the students this afternoon! #Redhawks
27 days ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Kyley Gatz
HMS is proud to announce the October winners of the State Farm Citizenship Award, sponsored by State Farm Insurance- Ryan Meininger. Nominated by middle school instructors, one student from each grade level is selected. These students have demonstrated exceptional characteristics of respect, responsibility, manners, and thoughtfulness. They are recognized for great citizenship both in and out of school. We are very proud of them. Congratulations to all!!
about 1 month ago, Kyley Gatz
Kyley Gatz
Yesterday, HMS students had the privilege to eat lunch with many of our area veterans. Thank you for your presence in our school and allowing us to learn more about your journey.
about 1 month ago, Kyley Gatz
Jenny Dunn
Would your business or organization like to set up a booth at our Hiawatha Middle & High School Career Expo on Wed., Nov. 20, 2019, from 11:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.? We would love to have you! Please email Jenny Dunn jdunn@usd415. org for details if interested. Lunch is included!
about 1 month ago, Jenny Dunn
Kate Miller
Happy Veteran’s Day from the Students & Staff of USD 415! #USD415 #HHSRedHawks #HMSRedHawks #HESRedHawks #HHSRedHawkAlumni #RedHawkReady
about 1 month ago, Kate Miller
Kate Miller
Miss Olsons class enjoyed some nice weather and went on a leaf walk!  They saw red, yellow, and orange leaves and will be writing about their favorite leaf they found. So much fun! #HESRedHawks #RedHawkReady #APlusKan
about 1 month ago, Kate Miller
Kyley Gatz
Congratulations to the HMS recipients of October's Remarkable Red Hawk Award. These individuals are being recognized for demonstrating kindness, character, hard work and citizenship. Way to go! Our Remarkable Red Hawk Award is sponsored by GNBank, Citizens State Bank & Trust, and Bank of Blue Valley.
about 1 month ago, Kyley Gatz
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha High School Presents: The Trials of Robin Hood November 15th and 16th at 7:00 PM and November 17th at 2:00 PM
about 1 month ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Jolynn Siebenmorgen
HMS Mr. Lillie's 4th hour science class took a tour of the Hiawatha Water Plant and water nitrate analysis. Thank you for the opportunity to let us tour the plant.
about 1 month ago, Jolynn Siebenmorgen
Kate Miller
2019 Hawk Block Hayrack Ride #HESredHawks #RedHawkReady
about 1 month ago, Kate Miller
Kyley Gatz
HMS students completed an evacuation drill today. Please visit with your student about today's drill and encourage questions and conversation. Drills provide great opportunities to practice safety procedures, facilitate meaningful class discussion and thoughtful reflection.
about 1 month ago, Kyley Gatz
Kyley Gatz
Congratulations to Jill Hrencher, 7th grade Math teacher at HMS. She has been selected as this month’s Teacher of the Month for USD 415. Thank you, Hiawatha Ford, for sponsoring this amazing program. Congratulations, Mrs. Hrencher!
about 1 month ago, Kyley Gatz
Kim Lillie
HHS Winter Coach/Athlete/Parent Meeting is Thursday Nov. 7th @ 6:00 in the auditorium. This will be for basketball and students interested in Powerlifting.
about 1 month ago, Kim Lillie
Kim Lillie
Address for Football game Friday night. Dorney Field 715 N. 16th Kansas City Kansas Go Red Hawks!
about 1 month ago, Kim Lillie
Hiawatha Schools USD415
HES positive behavior reward event: To celebrate earning 60 busses for Hawk Blocks, on Monday, November 4th HES students will enjoy a Hay Rack Ride! Way to go HES on earning your Hawk Block all school reward!
about 1 month ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Kate Miller
Miss Olson’s class enjoys using their smarts with their Pick A Project tasks from our EnVision math program.  These two groups of students researched Coral Reefs and Farmers Markets to create posters and a song about their topic!  So much fun! #HESRedHawks #RedHawkReady #APlusKan
about 1 month ago, Kate Miller
Hiawatha Schools USD415
The HHS library hosted a Breakfast Book Tasting for high school students this morning. Students enjoyed donuts and juice while "tasting" some delicious books.
about 1 month ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Kate Miller
Mrs. Runer’s class has been working hard to earn 36 Hawk Blocks! As their reward they got to design and create reading forts!   #HESRedHawks #RedHawkReady
about 1 month ago, Kate Miller
Hiawatha Schools USD415
USD #415 students,staff, and their families are invited to our first Flu Shot Clinic provided by Brown County Health Department. Tuesday November 5th 3:30pm-6:00pm HES Gym
about 1 month ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Kyley Gatz
Congratulations to our Cross Country League medalists!
about 1 month ago, Kyley Gatz
Kyley Gatz
HMS students enjoyed a variety of fun activities on Friday afternoon, celebrating Red Ribbon Week. This week, students will attend a presentation on the dangers of vaping.
about 1 month ago, Kyley Gatz
Kate Miller
Congratulations to Lisa Swanson who won the JR Class Raffle for the whole hog. The Junior class & their parents want to thank everyone who supported them! #HHSRedHawks #RedHawkReady
about 1 month ago, Kate Miller
Kyley Gatz
It’s National School Bus Safety Week, so we thought our drivers needed a few treats and special messages. Thanks for keeping our students safe!
about 1 month ago, Kyley Gatz
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Mr. Sump and two HHS students took a tour of the Kansas Judicial Center in order to learn more about the role the Kansas Supreme Court plays in the judicial branch.
about 1 month ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Kate Miller
Miss Olson’s class would like to say thank you for supporting our classroom through your scholastic book orders! Your purchases helped provide FREE books for our entire class! #HESRedHawks #RedHawkReady
about 1 month ago, Kate Miller
Kate Miller
GrandFriend Day allows students to show off their HES pride to the adults in their lives. Every student has an adult visit them on GrandFriend day. If their own family cannot make it, many of our retired staff return to enjoy this great event with them. 🙂 #HESRedHawks #RedHawkReady
about 1 month ago, Kate Miller
Kate Miller
HES would like to paint rocks with all our students to participate in the community rock hunt! We know we need a LOT of rocks. If you have landscaping rocks, river rocks or other types of rocks you are willing to part with please bring them to our office! Thank you in advance! #HESRedHawks #APlusKan #RedHawkReady #HiawathaKSRocks #HiawathaRocks
about 1 month ago, Kate Miller
Kate Miller
Mrs. Pyle’s class was working hard today painting Halloween themed Hiawatha rocks to hide in town this week. #HESRedHawks #APlusKan #RedHawkReady
about 1 month ago, Kate Miller
Kim Lillie
Due to weather conditions Thursday, HHS community service day has been cancelled until the spring.
about 1 month ago, Kim Lillie
Kim Lillie
HHS JV football game on Monday 10/21 at Hiawatha will start at 5:30.
about 1 month ago, Kim Lillie
Hiawatha Schools USD415
2nd and 3rd Grade enjoyed their day with GrandFriends. Thank you to all who attended today.
about 1 month ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Jolynn Siebenmorgen
HMS Family Friday 1 minute challenge
about 1 month ago, Jolynn Siebenmorgen
Kate Miller
Mrs. LeMay's class has been learning about weather and the different tools to measure it. Students then became experts and made either a barometer, thermometer, rain gauge, or weather vane! #HESRedHawks #RedHawkReady
about 1 month ago, Kate Miller
Kate Miller
Each week a student is the Super Kid of the week in Mrs. S. Bannister's class. On Fridays the student gets to bring a special guest to read to the class. This has become such a special time that the class looks forward to all week! #HESRedHawks #RedHawkReady
about 1 month ago, Kate Miller
Kate Miller
Students in Mrs. S. Bannister's class celebrated earning 36 Hawk blocks by doing a fall craft! #HESRedHawks #RedHawkReady
about 1 month ago, Kate Miller
Kate Miller
Mrs. Cole’s class was working on opinion writing. They made their own pumpkins and then wrote about why their pumpkin is the BEST. Mr. Carver joined in on the fun too! #HESRedHawks #APlusKan #ReadHawkReady
about 1 month ago, Kate Miller
Kate Miller
Miss Riley’s class just completed a cookie scientific lab to model the effects of weathering and erosion. The students used paperclips to break down the chocolate chips into smaller pieces (weathering) and then they blew on the cookie to show how wind can move pieces of rock and soil (erosion). #HESRedHawks #APlusKan #RedHawkReady
about 1 month ago, Kate Miller
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Stop by Lottie's Thursday October 17, 2019 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM for Red Hawk Talk with Mr. Moser
about 1 month ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Kyley Gatz
This past week, the HMS Design and Modeling class led by teacher, Darrin Arment, collaborated to design a vehicle entry assistance device for one of our community members. Thank you for allowing our students to take part in such a special project!
2 months ago, Kyley Gatz
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Biology Club will be serving Pulled Pork, beans, chips, dessert & drink in the commons before the game -HMS & HHS bands will play Pre-game together -6:30 Kiddie Cheer Clinic -6:45 HMS Football Team Recognition -Half-Time Recognition of Business Sponsors Bundle up and come support YOUR Hiawatha Red Hawks!
2 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Reading with Red Hawks was today. Some of the varsity football team and varsity girls tennis team read to first graders! We were excited to see some of the kids showing off their reading skills to their high school friends! #RedHawks
2 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Kim Lillie
Bundle up Friday night and come support YOUR Hiawatha Red Hawk football team as they tackle the Red Raiders of Wamego! Kick off is 7:00 p.m.
2 months ago, Kim Lillie
Kate Miller
Mrs. LeMay's class was excited about getting to contribute to the front entrance artwork! #HESRedHawks #RedHawkReady
2 months ago, Kate Miller
Kate Miller
There's still time to pick up a new baby book, lists of online practice for math and reading, and grab a sucker at the Parent Camp! Stop by Thursday during parent/teacher conferences! #HESRedHawks #RedHawkReady
2 months ago, Kate Miller
Kate Miller
Ms. Courtney's class talked about senses today. We used our sense of taste to have a fun taste test. The kids tasted something salty (pretzels) something sweet (Hershey's Kiss) something sour (a lemon) and something bitter (bakers chocolate). #HESRedHawks #RedHawkReady #APlusKan
2 months ago, Kate Miller
Kyley Gatz
Congratulations to the HMS recipients of September's Remarkable Red Hawk Award. These individuals are being recognized for demonstrating kindness, character, hard work and citizenship. Way to go! Our Remarkable Red Hawk Award is sponsored by GNBank, Citizens State Bank & Trust, and Bank of Blue Valley.
2 months ago, Kyley Gatz
Jolynn Siebenmorgen
HMS kind photo
2 months ago, Jolynn Siebenmorgen
Jolynn Siebenmorgen
KINDNESS PHOTOS
2 months ago, Jolynn Siebenmorgen
Kate Miller
Survey link: https://tinyurl.com/415ParentCamp HES Parent Camp will take place during parent/teacher conferences on October 9th and 10th. For the Parent Camp, tables will be set up in the library, where parents and guardians are invited to come look at displays and gather information about curriculum, positive behavior incentives, the new leveling system in the library, what makes HES a Title 1 school, and more! HES PARENTS! Please take only a couple of minutes to complete our survey to help guide the information that will be provided to you at the Parent Camp. We look forward to sharing with you many of the things that HES is doing to make sure that your student is #RedHawkReady Survey link: https://tinyurl.com/415ParentCamp #HESRedHawks #RedHawkReady #APlusKan
2 months ago, Kate Miller
Kate Miller
Mrs. Jolene Bannister’s 2nd grade class enjoying chalk drawing for their hard work earning Hawk Blocks! #HESredHawks #RedHawkReady
2 months ago, Kate Miller
Kate Miller
Students create flower or spider models after completing research for their Math Pick A Project. Students compared groups of spiders and number of petals on flowers by greater number. Students loved this hands on activity! #HESRedHawks #APlusKan #RedHawkReady
2 months ago, Kate Miller
Kate Miller
Mrs. Enneking's Superhero Class is Beyond Super. They have just earned their 3rd set of Hawk Blocks!! #HESRedHawks #APlusKan #RedHawkReady
2 months ago, Kate Miller
Kate Miller
Students complete a performance activity to create the number of 5. We created a flower shop scenario where students has to create arrangements to show 5 in a variety of ways. #HESRedHAwks #APlusKa #RedHawkReady
2 months ago, Kate Miller
Kate Miller
Mr. Runer’s class enjoyed their school wide reward by decorating the front sidewalk with chalk! Great job being safe, responsible, and respectful! #HESRedHawks #RedHawkReady
2 months ago, Kate Miller
Kate Miller
Miss Jocelyn Dvorak visited Miss Porting & Mr. Runer’s classes for Social Studies. She was talking about her Beekeeping business for their social studies unit! Thank you Jocelyn! #HESRedHawks #RedHawkReady
2 months ago, Kate Miller
Kate Miller
Ms. Hood’s class enjoyed their school wide reward by decorating the front sidewalk with chalk! Great job being safe, responsible, and respectful! #HESredHawks #RedHawkReady
2 months ago, Kate Miller
Kate Miller
Survey link: https://tinyurl.com/415ParentCamp HES Parent Camp will take place during parent/teacher conferences on October 9th and 10th. For the Parent Camp, tables will be set up in the library, where parents and guardians are invited to come look at displays and gather information about curriculum, positive behavior incentives, the new leveling system in the library, what makes HES a Title 1 school, and more! HES PARENTS! Please take only a couple of minutes to complete our survey to help guide the information that will be provided to you at the Parent Camp. We look forward to sharing with you many of the things that HES is doing to make sure that your student is #RedHawkReady Survey link: https://tinyurl.com/415ParentCamp #HESRedHawks #RedHawkReady #APlusKan
2 months ago, Kate Miller
Kyley Gatz
HMS students concluded Character and Kindness Week with fun-filled themed activities in the gym--Kindness Tree, Act of Kindness Musical Chairs, One Shot of Character, Thank You Cards, A Twist of Caring, and A Hole in One Act of Kindness.Thank you, Mr. Sump and Student Council!
2 months ago, Kyley Gatz
Ben Kettler
Reminder: HMS girls basketball practice starts on Monday directly after school. A parent / coach meeting will follow practice at 5:45.
2 months ago, Ben Kettler
Kyley Gatz
Way to go, Red Hawks! The 7th grade volleyball team ended their season today, earning 4th place in the league tournament. Our 8th grade team traveled to Jeff West and finished 1-2 for the day. We are super proud of our teams!
2 months ago, Kyley Gatz
Kate Miller
Survey link: https://tinyurl.com/415ParentCamp HES Parent Camp will take place during parent/teacher conferences on October 9th and 10th. For the Parent Camp, tables will be set up in the library, where parents and guardians are invited to come look at displays and gather information about curriculum, positive behavior incentives, the new leveling system in the library, what makes HES a Title 1 school, and more! HES PARENTS! Please take only a couple of minutes to complete our survey to help guide the information that will be provided to you at the Parent Camp. We look forward to sharing with you many of the things that HES is doing to make sure that your student is #RedHawkReady Survey link: https://tinyurl.com/415ParentCamp #HESRedHawks #RedHawkReady #APlusKan
2 months ago, Kate Miller
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Congratulations to our Kansas Honors Scholars. These students academically rank in the top ten percent of their class. This program is designed to promote academic excellence in secondary education, to reward high school seniors for their hard work & dedication.
2 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Kate Miller
This week in Mrs. Coulter’s Technology class the 3rd and 4th grade students took a step back in time. The Oregon Trail is a computer game originally developed by Don Rawitsch, Bill Heinemann, and Paul Dillenberger in 1971 and produced by MECC in 1974. They played The Oregon Trail game from 1990. Mrs. Coulter explained that technology has changed throughout the years. After playing, the classes compared and contrasted The Oregon Trail with the games that they usually play. The first thing each group noticed was the difference in pixelation. They struggled with not using the mouse, and were astonished that many computers from the 1970s did not have a mouse! The students noticed that you had to read more on this game! There are a few sites online where you can play this game for free. Mrs. Coulter hopes that some of the parents find this game and play it with their child! #HESRedHawks #RedHawkReady
2 months ago, Kate Miller
Kate Miller
4th grade artists are finishing their Hiawatha clock towers! We cannot wait until these are hung in City Hall! ❤️🎨 #HESArtRoom #HESRedHawks #RedHawkReady #KSArtEd #K12ArtChat
2 months ago, Kate Miller
Kate Miller
Some Pre-K artists drew portraits of Mr. Carver. They did well! #HESRedHawks #RedHawkReady
2 months ago, Kate Miller
Ben Kettler
The HMS cross country finishes their season at the league meet with some great finishes and high places and MANY personal records! Congratulations on a great meet and amazing season!
2 months ago, Ben Kettler
Ben Kettler
Congratulations HMS football!! The Red Hawks beat the Jeff West Tigers 18-6 tonight.
2 months ago, Ben Kettler
Kate Miller
Survey link: https://tinyurl.com/415ParentCamp HES Parent Camp will take place during parent/teacher conferences on October 9th and 10th. For the Parent Camp, tables will be set up in the library, where parents and guardians are invited to come look at displays and gather information about curriculum, positive behavior incentives, the new leveling system in the library, what makes HES a Title 1 school, and more! HES PARENTS! Please take only a couple of minutes to complete our survey to help guide the information that will be provided to you at the Parent Camp. We look forward to sharing with you many of the things that HES is doing to make sure that your student is #RedHawkReady Survey link: https://tinyurl.com/415ParentCamp #HESRedHawks #RedHawkReady #APlusKan
2 months ago, Kate Miller
Kate Miller
Ms. Courtney's class talked pretended to be scientists again. We talked about solids and liquids. We did an experiment to see what happens to ice when you put it in water. #HESRedHawks #RedHawkReady
2 months ago, Kate Miller
Kate Miller
Mrs. Runer’s class enjoyed “Monday Seat Mix-Up Day” today! They have worked hard at proving they are safe, respectful and responsible students and as a reward, they got to sit wherever they wanted today, using whatever flexible seat they chose! Way to go, Mrs. Runer’s kids! #HESRedHawks #RedHawkReady
2 months ago, Kate Miller
Kate Miller
HES Parent Camp will take place during parent/teacher conferences on October 9th and 10th. For the Parent Camp, tables will be set up in the library, where parents and guardians are invited to come look at displays and gather information about curriculum, positive behavior incentives, the new leveling system in the library, what makes HES a Title 1 school, and more! HES PARENTS! Please take only a couple of minutes to complete our survey to help guide the information that will be provided to you at the Parent Camp. We look forward to sharing with you many of the things that HES is doing to make sure that your student is #RedHawkReady Survey link: https://tinyurl.com/415ParentCamp #HESRedHawks #RedHawkReady #APlusKan
2 months ago, Kate Miller
Kyley Gatz
Congrats to our HMS September Kindness Award recipients! Keep up the great work! A big “thanks” to Ryan Meininger of State Farm for sponsoring and supporting this program within our school.
2 months ago, Kyley Gatz
Kyley Gatz
HMS is celebrating Character and Kindness week with a variety of activities led by our Student Council. Today, students were welcomed with positive messages!
2 months ago, Kyley Gatz
Hiawatha Schools USD415
HHS Volleyball v. Riverside tonight. All Games will be played at the high school. Court 1: 5:00 Varsity 6:00 JV 7:00 Varsity Court 2: 5:00 JV 6:00 Freshmen 7:00 Freshmen
2 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Kim Lillie
HHS community service day scheduled for Wednesday Oct. 2nd will be postponed until Thursday Oct. 24th.
2 months ago, Kim Lillie
Ben Kettler
Congrats to the 7th grade varsity volleyball team tonight picking up a win against Sabetha. All the teams had very close hard fought games tonight.
2 months ago, Ben Kettler
Hiawatha Schools USD415
HHS Volleyball triangular at Horton, Today. Varsity 5:00 Falls City v. Horton. ~6:00 Falls City v. Hiawatha ~7:00. Hiawatha v. Horton JV 6:00 Hiawatha v. Horton ~7:00 Hiawatha v. Horton
2 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Kim Lillie
HHS JV football game against Holton scheduled for Monday 9/30 has been cancelled.
2 months ago, Kim Lillie
Kate Miller
Ms. Heather's preschool class read the Little Red Hen. Unlike in the story we all helped make the bread (using a bread machine) then enjoy it the following day. We were able to use our sense of sight - watching the machine mix the ingredients and knead the dough sound - hear the machine and make the bread so we would know when to watch Smell - of baking bread Taste - enjoying the bread as a class (students also got to use fine motor skills spreading their choice of butter, peanut butter or jelly) Touch - describing what the bread felt like. This was a fun activity that everyone enjoyed! #HESRedHawks #RedHawkReady #APlusKan
3 months ago, Kate Miller
Ben Kettler
Your HMS Red Hawks football team won 40-6 over the Kaws from Perry - Lecompton tonight. Congratulations!
3 months ago, Ben Kettler
Kate Miller
The kindergartners in Mrs. Schuetz's class enjoyed working on a project from the new Envision math program this week. The project focused on spiders or flowers. After researching, they had to draw a picture of two groups illustrating a given number of spiders or flowers as well as explaining which group was greater or less than the other. The final step of the project was to make a model of their favorite spider or flower using play dough. #HESRedHawks #RedHawkReady #APlusKan
3 months ago, Kate Miller
Ben Kettler
The HMS red hawk volleyball squads took on Perry-LeCompton Kaws tonight here in Hiawatha.
3 months ago, Ben Kettler
Kim Lillie
HHS Varsity Football at Holton will start at 6:00 pm on Friday 9/27.
3 months ago, Kim Lillie
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Red Hawk Talk this morning at Lottie's! Come and Go 9:00 am - 11:00 am! Stop in, have a cinnamon roll and talk with Superintendent Moser. Ask him questions, share your concerns, and learn what's happening within USD 415 this year.
3 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Kate Miller
Mrs. Walker's class enjoyed a fancy lunch reward for earning 36 Hawk Blocks. That means t Mrs. Walker and her students have shown they were safe, respectful and responsible in some way for all those Hawk Blocks. #HESRedHawks #APlusKan
3 months ago, Kate Miller
Kate Miller
A little fun and games happening at HMS after completed testing! #HMSRedHawks #RedHawkReady
3 months ago, Kate Miller
Ben Kettler
Congratulations to the HMS 7th and 8th grade varsity volleyball teams in their wins over Falls City, Sacred Heart.
3 months ago, Ben Kettler
Kate Miller
The HES staff would like to thank the Bibber for sponsoring their lunch during professional development today! It was absolutely fabulous! #HESRedHawks #RedHawkReady
3 months ago, Kate Miller
Kim Lillie
HHS varsity Volleyball beats Atchison in semi finals!!! They will play for the Championship against either JCN or Lafayette. It is a great day to be a Red Hawk! Join us at HHS to cheer them on in about 20 minutes
3 months ago, Kim Lillie
Kim Lillie
HHS VARSITY volleyball finish pool play 4-0, onto semi- finals! Tournament at Hiawatha High School!! Go Red Hawks!
3 months ago, Kim Lillie
Kyley Gatz
This afternoon, HMS recognized their cross country runners, football players and athletes playing volleyball. We all had a fantastic time watching some friendly competition between our teams. Go Red Hawks!
3 months ago, Kyley Gatz
Hiawatha Schools USD415
NO SCHOOL!! Monday September 23
3 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Kate Miller
This week 4th Grade students took a field trip to see the world famous Davis Memorial this week to learn about how the monument was constructed, additive vs subtractive sculptures and to draw from life.  They expressed great interest in learning this part of Hiawatha history and all expressed sadness that the monument was damaged several years ago.  They also learned about other notable figures buried at Mount Hope cemetery and their contribution to the NE Kansas area and beyond. Here is just some of the information courtesy of the Hiawatha Chamber & Visitors Bureau that they learned. Mount Hope Cemetery is the home of the world famous Davis Memorial. Located in Mount Hope Cemetery in Hiawatha, KS is one of the finalists for the 8 wonders of Kansas, The Davis Memorial. John Milburn Davis erected this memorial to the sacred memory of his beloved wife Sarah E. Davis. After she died in 1930, he almost immediately commissioned the work to begin. In every sense, it was a monumental project. The life-sized Italian marble statues of Davis’ were striking in their detail and their accuracy. The cost of the memorial was staggering in a small town during The Great Depression. The stubbornness of Davis towards his project in the face of public criticism was prelude to a legend. The story began when Kentucky-born John Davis followed some other Kentuckians to Brown County in 1887. He met and married Sarah and they settled on 260 acres north of Hiawatha. They were hardworking, frugal and childless. They moved to Hiawatha in ‪1915‬ and lived ordinary lives of quiet routine. When Sarah Died, the script changed. John Davis suddenly became a big spender. He removed a simple “Davis” headstone from his wife’s grave in Mt. Hope Cemetery and began to erect this massive memorial. First, a 52-Ton canopy was erected on stone pillars surrounding her grave. In 1932, marble statues began to arrive from Italy. In a few years, 11 marble or granite statues were positioned beneath the canopy or surrounding it. These included an empty overstuffed chair, a winged angel-version of Sarah in prayer and figures of Davis without his left hand, which he lost to infection. As the memorial grew, so did the dismay of townspeople. Hiawatha was without a hospital and swimming pool. Community leaders wanted Davis to underwrite those projects - and they told him so. He ignored their requests. Roving American reporter Ernie Pyle, who later won a Pulitzer in the late 1930’s for his work, interviewed Davis in the late 1930’s. Davis told Pyle he was unmoved by the community’s appeals. “They hate me.” Davis said. “But it’s my money and I spent it the way I pleased.” The eccentric Davis continued to watch over his memorial into the 1940’s. He had a marble and granite wall erected to discourage visitors from walking among the statues. He visited the memorial weekly and sometimes personally greeted tourists. Through it all, Davis never wavered in voicing devotion to his Sarah, though others were skeptical. Nor did he and the townspeople ever come to terms about his decision to sink money into the memorial instead of investing in the town. What is not widely known is that he secretly gave away tens of thousands of dollars to the needy, a few hundred dollars at a time. Davis died in 1947 and was buried next to his wife under the marble canopy. The funeral was poorly attended and the Baptist minister conducting the service gently scolded Davis’ fellow citizens for not accepting the memorial-builder as he was. “All of us have peculiarities,” said the pastor in defense of John Davis. Today an air of mystery hangs over the memorial, sort of a second canopy of skepticism and resentment. Some of his peers insisted that Davis never treated his wife as royally in life as he did in death. They suspect his generous gift was intended more as a slap in the face to his wife’s heirs than it was a tribute to Sarah. And resentment lingers over Davis’ refusal to be a benefactor to Hiawatha in its hour of need. Yet the irony is that the Davis Memorial has benefited the community. Every year tens of thousands of visitors come to Mt. Hope Cemetery to view the marble statuary and to hear the story of the memorial’s eccentric creator. Built in memory of Sarah, the imposing work has become an enduring public attraction. The Hiawatha Cemetery Association renovated the memorial in 1994-1995 in cooperation with the Kansas Historical Society. The outer wall was raised and stabilized. Statuary was restored and sealed. A sidewalk ramp now makes the memorial more accessible to visitors. The Davis Memorial is today a piece of history- a mystery. Hiawatha knows whodunit: John Milborn Davis the questions remains…..why? ______ Mr. Davis came to Hiawatha as an orphan in 1879 and worked for the Hart family as a farmhand. Although the family liked his work, they were outraged at the marriage of their daughter Sarah Elisabeth, to John, and thus disinherited her. They were even more incensed when, during the next 28 years, he purchased the best 2 quarters of land in the county, and became extremely wealthy. When Sarah died at the age of 70, Mr. Davis had no heirs of his own and was not about to leave his money to Sarah’s family. So he began the monument to his wife’s memory. ______ Memorial Facts Most of the life-sized statues were commissioned, crafted in Italy and positioned at the memorial between 1931 and 1934 All but one of the stone figures is carved from Italian marble, which was deemed most suitable for a woman’s delicate facial features. Estimated total cost of the memorial was $200,000, and extravagant sum during the Depression. The memorial has been featured in Newsweek, Life and People magazines and on a TV version of Ripley’s Believe It or Not. The Marble-and-granite display is visited annually by 20-30,000 people from across the United States and around the world. ❤️🎨 #HESArtRoom #HESRedHawks #RedHawkReady #KSArtEd #VisitHiawatha #BeautifulCityofMaples #NEKansasProud #K12ArtChat
3 months ago, Kate Miller
Kate Miller
A big Thank You goes to Miss Hood’s and Miss Porting’s 4th grade classes for showing pride in our school and working to make it better. They spent a little time cleaning up the landscaping at the front of the building as well as the butterfly garden on the playground. What a great way to show good citizenship skills by taking pride in our school and community! #HESRedHawks #RedHawkReady #APlusKan
3 months ago, Kate Miller
Kate Miller
Kindergarten hard at work on their Brown Bears! They learned that author Bill Martin JR was from Hiawatha and helped illustrator Eric Carle get his start! They enjoyed painting paper just like Mr. Carle and creating a collage from their painted paper to make their own awesome Brown Bear! ❤️🎨 #HESArtRoom #HESRedHawks #RedHawkReady #KSArtEd #K12ArtChat
3 months ago, Kate Miller
Kate Miller
Spreading little spots of kindness this week! #HESRedHawks #APlusKan #RedHawkReady
3 months ago, Kate Miller
Kate Miller
First grade got together to celebrate Constitution Day! Mrs. Strathman delivered a great Constitution lesson for us all! #HESRedHawks #APlusKan
3 months ago, Kate Miller
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Don't forget REDHAWK TALK with Mr. Moser Thursday September 26 9:00 am at Lottie's.
3 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Kim Lillie
HHS Varsity VB beats Baldwin 25-23, 25-22!
3 months ago, Kim Lillie
Ben Kettler
Hiawatha Middle School volleyball took on Jeff West Middle School tonight at HMS. 7th Varsity Won 8th Varsity Lost 7th JV Lost 8th JV Lost
3 months ago, Ben Kettler
Tiffany Hasenohr
These students were selected to be "Office Artists". Artwork done by these students will hang for a period of time in Mr. Carver's office!
3 months ago, Tiffany Hasenohr
Kate Miller
Ms. Courtney's class pretends to be scientists. We made predictions on which items would sink or float. Then we tested our predictions. #HESredHawks #APlusKan
3 months ago, Kate Miller
Kim Lillie
HHS Volleyball Information at Perry on Tuesday Location/Time: PLHS Gym – North Court, 5:00 – Perry-Lecompton vs Baldwin (Varsity) 6:00 – Hiawatha vs Baldwin (Varsity) 7:00 – Perry-Lecompton vs Hiawatha (Varsity PLHS Gym – South Court, 5:00 – Hiawatha vs Baldwin (JV) 6:00 – Perry-Lecompton vs Hiawatha (JV) 7:00 – Perry-Lecompton vs Baldwin (JV) PLMS Gym – West Court, 5:00 – Perry-Lecompton vs Hiawatha (C) 6:00 – Perry-Lecompton vs Baldwin (C) 7:00 – Hiawatha vs Baldwin (C)
3 months ago, Kim Lillie
Kim Lillie
All HHS practices and tennis to Sabetha .HHS & HMS CC to Holton have been cancelled.
3 months ago, Kim Lillie
Tiffany Hasenohr
Grandfriend Announcement
3 months ago, Tiffany Hasenohr
Kim Lillie
Due to recommendation of medical personnel HHS is cancelling the Bonfire games/pep rally for this evening.
3 months ago, Kim Lillie
Kate Miller
More spirit week fun! #HESRedHawks #RedHawkReady #HESSpiritWeek
3 months ago, Kate Miller
Hiawatha Schools USD415
A follow up note from Mr. Moser regarding recent illness.
3 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Kim Lillie
HHS Volleyball plays tough against Royal Valley in hard fought games last night. Varsity: 17-25; 20-25 --Royal Valley Wins JV: 25-13; 26-28; 30-28--Hiawatha Wins Fresh/C: 10-25; 21-25 --Royal Valley Wins
3 months ago, Kim Lillie
Kim Lillie
HHS Volleyball sweeps Jeff West last night in Hiawatha ! Varsity Scores: 25-23; 25-9 JV Scores: 25-19; 25-17 Freshmen/C: 25-17; 25-13
3 months ago, Kim Lillie
Hiawatha Schools USD415
A message from Superintendent Moser
3 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
The first Red Hawk Talk for the 2019-20 school year will be September 26 9:00 am - 11:00 am at Lottie's 606 Oregon St. Stop in and enjoy a cinnamon roll and a cup of coffee with Superintendent Lonnie Moser. Mr. Moser will share with you the new things going on around our district and listen to your questions and concerns.
3 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha USD 415 is pleased to be partnered with Greenbush and LiNK on new ways to help parents of early learners. Babble Talk Read or BTR is full of research-backed tips you can use to help your children get ready to read. Visit https://btr.greenbush.org/ or download the BTR app available in your app store.
3 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
HHS Homecoming Parade Route-This year due to street closures HHS homecoming parade will have a slightly different route. Friday, Sept. 13 2:00-Leave HHS proceed to HIAWATHA ELEMENTARY Floats will park closest to the houses on Miami St. between 5th & 6th Street Approx. 2:20-Pep Rally Downtown Following the Pep Rally downtown the parade will proceed to Iowa and head East to Hiawatha Middle School #RedHawks!
3 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Ben Kettler
Congratulations to all the HMS volleyball teams! All came out on the winning side last night at Riverside. 8th A 25-19, 25-15, 15-12 7th A 25-10, 25-10, 15-6 8th B 13-25, 25-22, 15-6 7th B 18-25, 25-14, 18-16
3 months ago, Ben Kettler
Kim Lillie
HHS Activities: Sept.10-14 Mon. 9/10- 4:30 JV FB Home v. Riverside Tues. 9/10-5:00 Volleyball Tri Home w/JW & RV Thur. 9/12- 3:00 Tennis @ Sabetha 4:00 CC @ Holton 8:00 Bonfire Games Fri. 9/13- 2:00 Downtown Pep Rally 6:30 Homecoming Crowning 7:00 Varsity football Home w. NC Homecoming Dance Following Sat. 9/14-9:00 Varsity VB @ NC 9:00 Freshmen VB @ Marysville
3 months ago, Kim Lillie
Ben Kettler
Congratulations to our middle school cross country team on their great efforts at the first meet of the season in Marysville this morning!
3 months ago, Ben Kettler
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Enjoying the sunshine and beautiful weather with our Kindergartners at recess!
3 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Beginning Monday September 9 th the City of Hiawatha will begin more road construction from Miami street north on 6th street. The city is working with the school district to keep the north parking lot access open. If you use the north parking lot for afternoon pick up you will be able to continue this. You will need to use 7th street and Kansas Ave to do so. Thank you for your patients.
3 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
We received a Powerschool upgrade this week! Due to this upgrade we have new url's. To access the parent/student sign in you will need to use the following. https://usd415.powerschool.com/public/home.html If you use the app on your phone you will need to uninstall your current app, then reinstall the upgraded app. If you have any questions of problems with these upgrades please contact the Board of Education Office at 742-2266
3 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Kim Lillie
HHS Varsity VB wins against Riverside 25-23, 20-25, 25-13 Freshmen beat Riverside 25-8, 25-12
3 months ago, Kim Lillie
Kim Lillie
HHS Varsity VB loses to Nemaha Central 18-25; 16-25 JV wins against Riverside. 25-12; 25-23
3 months ago, Kim Lillie
Ben Kettler
Thank you Ryan Meiniger and State Farm for once again feeding our hot and hungry middle school athletes with a watermelon feed!
3 months ago, Ben Kettler
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Congratulations to this years HHS Homecoming Candidates: Jaye Hrencher, Michael Abeita, Kaysi Overdick, Tyler Brockhoff, August Koerperich & Michael Moreno. Homecoming will be next Friday Sept. 13th at 6:30 before the football game with Nemaha Central! Go RED HAWKS!
3 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
The Jr. Class After Prom will be selling raffle tickets to win a WHOLE HOG, with processing included. 1 ticket for $1.00, 7 tickets for $5.00, 15 tickets for $10.00 and 40 tickets for $20.00. Tickets will be on sale starting tonight at the Gatorade Scrimmage. Then at home football games, and volleyball matches.Tickets will be sold up to and including the night of the drawing. Drawing will be held on Senior Night, October 25th. Need not be present to win, just keep hold of your ticket(s). THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!
3 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Kim Lillie
HHS Fall Sports Pictures & Buttons are Friday Aug. 30th. Money and forms are due at time of pictures!
4 months ago, Kim Lillie
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Junior Hawks learned about HES expectations for the restrooms, bus, lunch, arrival & dismissal. We're #redhawkready for school!
4 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Ben Kettler
HMS sports pictures will be tomorrow (Wed. 8/28). Don't forget your picture packet and money due at the time of the picture. And... Don't forget to smile!
4 months ago, Ben Kettler
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Another perspective of our morning routine at HES. We love how we begin the day!
4 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Kim Lillie
HHS Fall Sports Buttons/Pictures are Friday. FB, VB, CC, Tennis & Cheer will take pictures. Forms & money due at picture time.
4 months ago, Kim Lillie
Hiawatha Schools USD415
3rd and 4th graders at HES get to enjoy a Gallery Luncheon daily.
4 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Kim Lillie
HHS Fall Gatorade Scrimmages-Friday Aug. 30th 5:30-GNB Bank & FBLA Tailgate Serving Hotdogs/Chips Free Will Offering to benefit FBLA 6:00-Roundhouse Introductions of Volleyball Teams, followed by Freshmen-JV Scrimmage Varsity-Alumni Scrimmage 7:00-Memorial Stadium Introduction of Girls Tennis, CC, Cheer & FB Teams Football Scrimmage to follow *Admission 20 oz or smaller Gatorade or Powdered Gatorade #Redhawks!
4 months ago, Kim Lillie
Kim Lillie
On Friday, August 16, HHS students were welcomed back to school with the much-anticipated Mixer. The dance lived up to its name perfectly. It’s main purpose is to “mix” all the high school together, from Seniors to Freshmen. The dress code is casual, (to allow for better mobility on the dance floor), and dates are strictly prohibited, which encourages a wider range of students to attend the dance. It’s fair to say that these goals were more than accomplished. With two crowd surfers, a backflip, swing dancing, line dancing, and enough sweat to mop the floor with, HHS students thoroughly enjoyed the night. Senior Jaye Hrencher agrees. “I was so happy and sad at the same time. I was happy because the dance was so much fun, but I was sad because it was my last one.” But the upperclassmen weren’t the only ones who mixed it up on the dance floor. Many freshmen were unofficially accepted into the world of HHS on Friday. One freshman even provided the most impressive dance move of the night. “[It felt] good, because everyone complimented me and stuff after I did that,” says Freshman Malachi Issaic when asked how it felt to complete the backflip. What a better way to welcome students- both new and old- back for a new school year? Let's hope that the 2019-2020 school year is as fun and successful as the Mixer. Kate Madsen
4 months ago, Kim Lillie
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Our Birthdays of the week from HES. We wish them all well and happy reading!
4 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Jolynn Siebenmorgen
HMS Pictures are tomorrow!!!!
4 months ago, Jolynn Siebenmorgen
Hiawatha Schools USD415
At HES our morning reading stations help us start the day calmly and using our imagination. Each grade sits together to listen to a story.
4 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Ben Kettler
Thank you to the youth volleyball group for donating funds to the middle school for a new volleyball serving machine and a box of new volleyballs!
4 months ago, Ben Kettler
Kyley Gatz
Thank you, Hiawatha Ford, for allowing HMS to participate in the Ford Drive 4 UR School event. We earned $940.00 for our school!
4 months ago, Kyley Gatz
Jolynn Siebenmorgen
HMS School photos are: All school with Interstate is August 27. Fall Sport photos with Deb's is August 28
4 months ago, Jolynn Siebenmorgen
Kim Lillie
Great 1st day of HHS sports practices!! With it being hot, please remember to keep you student athletes hydrated! Its a great day to be a Red Hawk!~
4 months ago, Kim Lillie
Ben Kettler
First day of practice for HMS football, cross country, and volleyball. Everything starts right after school!
4 months ago, Ben Kettler
Kim Lillie
HHS school pictures are Monday, August 19th.
4 months ago, Kim Lillie
Kyley Gatz
HMS staff welcoming students on the first day back. Thank you to our very own Hiawatha Red Hawk for helping us end our first day together with a high five!
4 months ago, Kyley Gatz
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Mr. Carver is handing out HES Birthday Books this year!! These two ladies are this years first recipients of an HES Birthday Book! Happy Birthday!
4 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Kim Lillie
HHS Mixer tonight from 8-10 pm. Casual dress, cost is $3
4 months ago, Kim Lillie
Hiawatha Schools USD415
HMS Football will check out uniforms Thursday after school.
4 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Bus #7 morning pickup time at the Iowa Tribe Boys' and Girls' Club has changed to 7:10 am
4 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Reminder: There is NO parking at all along Red Hawk Drive.
4 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
We have posted a video to maybe help everyone understand how the new drop off and pick up process will work at HES. https://youtu.be/PvznwzEmLAg
4 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
HES back to school night will be Wednesday August 14 5:30 pm-6:00pm. Classrooms will be open for parents and students to drop off supplies and meet the teacher. Classrooms will be closed so everyone can enjoy hot dogs from 6:00-6:30 in the Gym. Hotdogs are provided by Kiwanis. 
4 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Another look at the new elementary school drop off and pick up.
4 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Ben Kettler
Reminder: Tonight at HMS we will have our parent / coach meeting for volleyball, football, and cross country immediately following the back-to-school night that starts at 5:00.
4 months ago, Ben Kettler
Hiawatha Schools USD415
The heat/concussion presentation at the high school Monday is mandatory for all middle school athletes if they are planning on going out for any sport this year, not just for fall sports athletes.
4 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Tiffany Hasenohr
HES staff enjoying their first day back after summer vacation!
4 months ago, Tiffany Hasenohr
Hiawatha Schools USD415
NEW Elementary school drop off and pick up procedure.
4 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Due to weather conditions Pack the Pool Party at Hiawatha Aquatic Park for HES students and families has been canceled for tonight.
4 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Brown County Health Department will be at enrollment Thurs Aug. 1st 5:00pm-7:00pm and Fri Aug. 2nd 8:00am-10:00am to catch students up on their immunizations. Please bring your insurance card. Visit www.cdc.gov/vaccines/schedules for the most up to date immunization schedule.
5 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Elementary students and families are invited to Pack the Pool Before School Friday August 2nd 7:15 pm - 9:15 pm. If you purchased a 2018-2019 Yearbooks they will be avaiable for pick up and signing as well.
5 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Meet Hiawatha Elementary School's new principal Mr. Carver July 26 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm at Hiawatha Walmart school supply area.
5 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
USD 415 Administrative Assistant staff enjoyed a day of training in Topkea!
6 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
HHS & HMS football camp for grades 7-12 starts Monday June 24th 8:00 am - 10:00 am (bring football shoes). Camp will be held at the high school practice field. Camp will be $30 and a parent signed waiver is necessary. Waivers will be available for parents to sign at camp Monday.
6 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Good Afternoon! Currently Red Hawk drive has been made a two way street due to road work on Morrill Ave. Please absolutely NO PARKING on Red Hawk Dr.
6 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
James Farnen
Tune in to the season finale of the Red Hawk Preview by clicking the link, and have a lovely summer! https://youtu.be/szNQdq9QAmA
7 months ago, James Farnen
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha USD 415 Teachers of the Year were announced yesterday at our year end celebration. Congratulations to our three finalist: Jennifer Pyle: Hiawatha Elementary School Teacher of the Year Darrin Arment: Hiawatha Middle School Teacher of the Year Kylee Reschke: Hiawatha High School Teacher of the Year. Jennifer Pyle was chosen as the USD 415 Teacher of the Year
7 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Shout out to Mrs. Pyle and all of our fabulous teachers in USD 415! Much appreciation to @HiawathaFordInc and Savage Paden for sponsoring our Teacher of the Year program and handing the keys to a sharp new Mustang to the winner!
7 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
HES would like to thank the Brown County Sheriffs Department & the Hiawatha Police Department for providing lunch on the last day of school to our amazing students & staff! #HESRedHawks #RedHawkReady
7 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Jolynn Siebenmorgen
Congratulations to the HMS Remarkable Red Hawks for May! The Remarkable Red Hawk program recognizes students, staff, and teachers who demonstrate excellence in a number of ways at HMS. At the end of each month, one student from the fifth and sixth grades and one student from the seventh and eighth grades are randomly selected from all nominations during that month from students, teachers, and staff. Awardees receive a gift card sponsored by Citizens State Bank Trust and Morrill & Janes Bank, a certificate of excellence, and a Remarkable Red Hawk t- shirt. We are SO proud of all our Remarkable Red Hawk nominees! Their many accomplishments and achievements do not go unnoticed!
7 months ago, Jolynn Siebenmorgen
Jolynn Siebenmorgen
The Remarkable Red Hawk program recognizes students, staff, and teachers who demonstrate excellence in a number of ways. We would like to congratulate May recipient – Nicole Mathewson! She received a gift certificate sponsored by GN Bank and a certificate of excellence.
7 months ago, Jolynn Siebenmorgen
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Have a safe and Happy Summer #USD 415
7 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Jolynn Siebenmorgen
7th Grade at Kansas City Royals Stadium
7 months ago, Jolynn Siebenmorgen
James Farnen
Congratulations to Kate Madsen for placing first among Kansas high school journalists for editorial writing!!
7 months ago, James Farnen
Hiawatha Schools USD415
HHS Engineering class presents to Elementary students
7 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
HMS STUCO took 136 pounds of pop tabs to the Ronald McDonald House in Kansas City MO on Saturday and helped with unloading pop tabs. They also toured the facilities. Their tour was given by Alan Lubert, a coordinator with the Ronald McDonald House. Last year they collected 26,000 pounds of pop tabs.
7 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Amazing display of art & woods projects on display at high school. Such incredible talents!
7 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Tonight, Ann Severin & Kylee Reschke, both teachers at HHS were recognized as outstanding educators by patron nomination. We are proud of these outstanding educators!
7 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Elementary will be having Kindergarten screening on Monday, May 20th and Tuesday, May 21st. If you haven’t signed up for a screening time yet for your future kindergartner for the 2019-20 school year, please call 785-742-7181 to make an appointment today.
7 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
James Farnen
Join the Red Hawk forensics team behind the scenes as they travel and compete in state competition! https://youtu.be/-KFbR_qtvcQ
7 months ago, James Farnen
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Thank you Hiawatha USD 415 Teachers! We appreciate your hard work and dedication!
7 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Jolynn Siebenmorgen
HMS Parents: Here is a link to the physical form if your child forgot to bring one home. http://www.kshsaa.org/Public/PDF/FORM-PPE.pdf Have student bring form signed and with the $25.00 May 14th.
7 months ago, Jolynn Siebenmorgen
Kyley Gatz
Former Harlem Globetrotter, Jonte "Not so small" Hall, visited Hiawatha, sharing an inspiring message with students in grades 1st-6th. Through speaking and demonstration of skills, he challenged students to take action, demonstrate bravery, give compassion, and most importantly, never give up, when dealing with tough situations. Thank you, Boys and Girls Club of the Iowa Tribe of KS & NE, for allowing our students to experience a champion of choices!
7 months ago, Kyley Gatz
Jolynn Siebenmorgen
HMS is proud to announce the April winners of the State Farm Citizenship Award, sponsored by State Farm Insurance- Ryan Meininger. Nominated by middle school instructors, one student from each grade level is selected. These students have demonstrated exceptional characteristics of respect, responsibility, manners, and thoughtfulness. They are recognized for great citizenship both in and out of school. We are very proud of them. Congratulations to all!!
7 months ago, Jolynn Siebenmorgen
Jolynn Siebenmorgen
The Remarkable Red Hawk program recognizes students, staff, and teachers who demonstrate excellence in a number of ways. We would like to congratulate April's recipients – Jennifer White will received a gift certificate sponsored by GN Bank and a certificate of excellence.
7 months ago, Jolynn Siebenmorgen
Jolynn Siebenmorgen
Congratulations to the HMS Remarkable Red Hawks for April! The Remarkable Red Hawk program recognizes students, staff, and teachers who demonstrate excellence in a number of ways at HMS. At the end of each month, one student from the fifth and sixth grades and one student from the seventh and eighth grades are randomly selected from all nominations during that month from students, teachers, and staff. Awardees receive a gift card sponsored by Citizens State Bank & Trust and Morrill & Janes Bank, a certificate of excellence, and a Remarkable Red Hawk t-shirt. We are SO proud of all our Remarkable Red Hawk nominees! Their many accomplishments and achievements do not go unnoticed!
7 months ago, Jolynn Siebenmorgen
Abigail Lowe
This Saturday, our JV softball team with be hosting a tournament here at home. Games will be at 9:00 a.m., 10:30 a.m. and noon. The Riverside Cyclones and Marysville Bulldogs will also be participating. Come out and support the girls!
7 months ago, Abigail Lowe
Kyley Gatz
Congratulations to the Hiawatha Middle School students and staff. State Board of Education Member, Deena Horst, presented the students and staff with the Challenge Award of Merit for outstanding achievement and uncommon accomplishment based on Kansas math and reading assessment results and other qualifying factors. Way to go, Red Hawks!
7 months ago, Kyley Gatz
Kyley Gatz
HMS students were able to showcase their talents and skills at the annual Art Show and Book Fair. We are so proud of their efforts and hard work.
7 months ago, Kyley Gatz
Isabella Eppens
The Publications Staff is heading to Lawrence on Saturday for State Journalism. Good luck to Lillian Childs, Jenna Madere, Robin Madere, and Kate Madsen!
7 months ago, Isabella Eppens
James Farnen
Ever read an article about barberries?? Well why not try it out, along with the rest of our new Hawk-Eye content online at http://www.hiawathaschools.org/news
8 months ago, James Farnen
Hiawatha Schools USD415
As we near the end of another school year please remember that lunches can no longer be charged. All negative balances need to be taken care of as soon as possible. We now have an online payment portal that can be accessed on our website www.hiawathaschools.org. Click EXPLORE, then use the drop down arrow for each school to access the portal.
8 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Kyley Gatz
Come and enjoy the Hiawatha Middle School track meet on Monday, April 29th, beginning at 2:30 p.m. While there, support HMS by taking a brief test drive. The Ford Drive 4 UR School Event will occur from 3:00-6:00 p.m. For every test drive, HMS earns $20.00! It’s very simple—you must be 18 years of age or older and have a valid driver’s license. Please invite your friends and family. We hope to see you there!
8 months ago, Kyley Gatz
Emily Meisenheimer
Today Hiawatha High School will be hosting a track meet starting at 4 p.m. Come out and support your local Red Hawks as they compete!
8 months ago, Emily Meisenheimer
Emily Meisenheimer
Today Hiawatha High School will be hosting a track meet starting at 4 p.m. Come out and support your local Red Hawks as they compete!
8 months ago, Emily Meisenheimer
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Red Hawk Talk Wednesday May 1st 9am -11am. Stop in and visit with Mr. Moser and other members of the community about what's happening at USD 415.
8 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Tonight!! Hiawatha USD 415 and the Hiawatha Early Childhood Coalition will be hosting a Blockfest at the Fisher Center 201 E Iowa St. 5:00 pm-7:30 pm. Bring your children 8 months to 8 years to enjoy play stations designed to maximize learning and fun.
8 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Jolynn Siebenmorgen
HMS Art and Book Fair April 23rd-26th . Come enjoy the student's hard work. You can grab a book at the book fair while you are here. See you soon!
8 months ago, Jolynn Siebenmorgen
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Attn: HHS Graduates We are working on a project for graduation this year and need your help! Please send a picture of yourself and a brief description of your current job to Kathy Lindstrom at klindstrom@usd415.org by MAY 13th. Thanks again!
8 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Jolynn Siebenmorgen
HMS track will be going to Nemaha Central MS Track meet. April 23. Location: Nemaha Central High School Track Starting times: Field Events start at 2:30 Running Events: 3200 Meter- 4:00 Other running events start at 4:30
8 months ago, Jolynn Siebenmorgen
James Farnen
Listen to the latest Red Hawk All Access podcast, featuring senior guest Jasmine Morey!! https://soundcloud.com/red-hawk-all-access-pod/red-hawk-all-access-april-15-2019
8 months ago, James Farnen
Hiawatha Schools USD415
2019-20 Incoming Kindergarten Parent Meeting tonight, 5:45-6:30 PM Elementary school library. Parents only. No daycare provided. Enrollment requirements, Pre-Enrollment Procedures, school health information, transportation policies, and screening procedures will be discussed. Please bring any questions or concerns. Any questions, please feel free to call the Hiawatha Elementary School at 785-742-7181.
8 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Jolynn Siebenmorgen
REMARKABLE REDHAWK KIDS: Congratulations to the HMS Remarkable Red Hawks for March! The Remarkable Red Hawk program recognizes students, staff, and teachers who demonstrate excellence in a number of ways at HMS. At the end of each month, one student from the fifth and sixth grades and one student from the seventh and eighth grades are randomly selected from all nominations during that month from students, teachers, and staff. Awardees receive a gift card sponsored by Citizens State Bank & Trust and Morrill & Janes Bank, a certificate of excellence, and a Remarkable Red Hawk t-shirt. We are SO proud of all our Remarkable Red Hawk nominees! Their many accomplishments and achievements do not go unnoticed!
8 months ago, Jolynn Siebenmorgen
Hiawatha Schools USD415
The Board of Education has implemented BoardDocs, a new platform for the board meeting agendas and minutes. Please click link below to access BoardDocs. You may also access BoardDocs from our Homepage: click Explore, then District, then BoardDocs." https://www.boarddocs.com/ks/usd415/Board.nsf/Public
8 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Claire Geiger
Last night, the 9th of April, the HHS Track Team traveled to ACCHS for their invitational meet where the girls brought home a first place team finish. There were also multiple individual triumphs. Jasmine Morey took first place in both the 1 and 2 mile races, and Brode Jones took first place in discus. Along with many other first and second placings, the Hiawatha Track Team had a very successful night.
8 months ago, Claire Geiger
Jolynn Siebenmorgen
HMS Science Olympiad State results- We are very proud of these students and community leaders. Their hard work was recognized by the placement they earned at State. Hiawatha Middle School placed 15th out of 66 middle schools in the state of Kansas. Congrats to all!
8 months ago, Jolynn Siebenmorgen
Jolynn Siebenmorgen
The Remarkable Red Hawk program recognizes students, staff, and teachers who demonstrate excellence in a number of ways. We would like to congratulate Nurse Erin Winger She received a gift certificate sponsored by GN Bank and a certificate of excellence.
8 months ago, Jolynn Siebenmorgen
Jolynn Siebenmorgen
This Saturday, April 13th is our annual Middle School Band Festival! Hiawatha's 7th/ 8th Grade Band performs at 8am in the High School Auditorium. If you'd like to come see them perform, you must enter the auditorium BEFORE 8 as no one will be allowed to enter once the ensemble has begun."
8 months ago, Jolynn Siebenmorgen
Athena Garza
On May 1 the Red Hawk marketing team is planning on producing a “lip dub” involving the student body and staff of HHS dancing, singing, and having a great ol’ time! Also don't forget to wear your red white and blue to show your redhawk pride! Practice for the lip dub will take place on April 30th!
8 months ago, Athena Garza
James Farnen
The HHS student body has elected its executive STUCO board for the 2019-2020 school year. Michael Abeita will serve as President, August Koerperich as VP, Maggie Saul as treasurer, Brenna Diller as secretary and Kate Madsen as reporter. Congratulations!
8 months ago, James Farnen
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Congrats to the HMS track and field teams last night at Atchison! 8th grade girls- 1st 8th grade boys - 2nd 7th grade boys - tied for 1st 7th grade girls- 4th
8 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
The Hiawatha Middle School Art Show and Book Fair will be Friday, April 26th at the middle school from 5:30-6:30pm. Please come check out the hard work our art students have put into their projects this year. The Scholastic Book Fair will be going on throughout the week. The book fair will be open April 23rd-26th. Times for the Scholastic Book Fair are listed on the flyer. We look forward to seeing you there!
8 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
James Farnen
The latest (late) Red Hawk (P)review?! It's about time!! And an April Fools episode you say? Click the link to find out more...https://youtu.be/NsicWmgi9hg
8 months ago, James Farnen
Athena Garza
Tonight is the first home track and field meet of the season, come support your local Red Hawk runners, jumpers, and throwers! Throwing events start at 4:30 and running starts at 5:30, go Hawks!
8 months ago, Athena Garza
Jolynn Siebenmorgen
Congratulations to our track team and coaching staff. 1st track meet was at Atchison County School. Participating schools Hiawatha, McLouth, ACCJS, Oskaloosa, Xavier, Atchison Public schools. HMS results 7th Grade Girls - 4th place 7th Grade Boys- 1st place 8th Grade Girls- 1st place 8th Grade Boys- 1st place
8 months ago, Jolynn Siebenmorgen
James Farnen
Check out these video clips from the first ever Red Hawk Ready for Life Day! Thanks to all who helped provide these practical and informative seminars for our students! https://youtu.be/D2OxznqJFYM
9 months ago, James Farnen
Isabella Eppens
NEW CHARGING STATION Has your school laptop been dying halfway through the day? Well, you’re in luck! HHS has a new charging station located in the commons. You can use your lunch time to charge your computer up before you go to your next class!
9 months ago, Isabella Eppens
Hannah Murphy
This month at HHS, students are focused on the idea of diversity. Many different people have been sharing their backgrounds and what makes them fit in with the HHS student body. Every Wednesday in the month of March, students take part in activities based around diversity and acceptance of others for exactly who they are. Each morning a different student does announcements; however, before they do, they all share a bit about themselves, showing how they fit in with all of us as one.
9 months ago, Hannah Murphy
Hiawatha Schools USD415
2019-20 Incoming Kindergarten Parent Meeting Monday, April 15, 5:45-6:30 PM Elementary school library. Parents only. No daycare provided. Enrollment requirements, Pre-Enrollment Procedures, school health information, transportation policies, and screening procedures will be discussed. Please bring any questions or concerns. Any questions, please feel free to call the Hiawatha Elementary School at 785-742-7181.
9 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
HMS STUCO 5th & 6th Grade Game Night Friday March 29th 7-8:30 pm Hiawatha Middle School Come join us for fun and excitement! Admission: $2.00
9 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
James Farnen
Congratulations to Jenna Madere, Kate Madsen and Claire Geiger for placing at regional journalism competition! Good luck at state!!
9 months ago, James Farnen
Kyley Gatz
HMS 7th and 8th grade students rocked the dance floor tonight. Great job, Student Council!
9 months ago, Kyley Gatz
Kyley Gatz
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!
9 months ago, Kyley Gatz
Karin Moorhous
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!
9 months ago, Karin Moorhous
Isabella Eppens
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.
9 months ago, Isabella Eppens
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha High School FBLA will be hosting a game night Friday March 29 7 PM Hiawatha High School.
9 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Jolynn Siebenmorgen
Bring your smile to HMS April 1. Inter-State will be here to take your photo. To order online please visit inter-state.com/order and use order code: 37917YB or pay April 1st.
9 months ago, Jolynn Siebenmorgen
James Farnen
Check out the Spring Break edition of the Red Hawk (P)review!!! Just click on the link, and be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel https://youtu.be/2JiZkD0QUac
9 months ago, James Farnen
Jolynn Siebenmorgen
HMS is proud to announce the February winners of the State Farm Citizenship Award, sponsored by State Farm Insurance- Ryan Meininger. Nominated by middle school instructors, one student from each grade level is selected. These students have demonstrated exceptional characteristics of respect, responsibility, manners, and thoughtfulness. They are recognized for great citizenship both in and out of school. We are very proud of them. Congratulations to all!!
9 months ago, Jolynn Siebenmorgen
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Spring Break!!
9 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
NO SCHOOL!! Friday March 8!!
9 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
James Farnen
Watch it NOW! Vines re-created and reacted to. https://youtu.be/XiSZLrbQ0lk Funny stuff.
9 months ago, James Farnen
Hiawatha Schools USD415
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.
9 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Red Hawk Talk tomorrow morning 9 am -11 am, stop in and visit with Mr. Moser and other members of the community.
9 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
There will be NO breakfast tomorrow and No VoTech bussing.
9 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha USD 415 will start classes two (2) hours late tomorrow March 4. There will be NO morning Pre School class.
9 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
James Farnen
Check out the latest edition of the Red Hawk (P)review by clicking on the link below https://youtu.be/4od6gQF7Veg Browse the channel and click subscribe to see other amazing content, including the 2019 Winter Senior Night!
9 months ago, James Farnen
Jolynn Siebenmorgen
The Remarkable Red Hawk program recognizes students, staff, and teachers who demonstrate excellence in a number of ways. We would like to congratulate January’s recipient Mrs Woods. She will received a gift certificate sponsored by GN Bank and a certificate of excellence.
10 months ago, Jolynn Siebenmorgen
Jolynn Siebenmorgen
Congratulations to the HMS Remarkable Red Hawks for January! The Remarkable Red Hawk program recognizes students, staff, and teachers who demonstrate excellence in a number of ways at HMS. At the end of each month, one student from the fifth and sixth grades and one student from the seventh and eighth grades are randomly selected from all nominations during that month from students, teachers, and staff. Awardees receive a gift card sponsored by Citizens State Bank & Trust and Morrill & Janes Bank, a certificate of excellence, and a Remarkable Red Hawk t- shirt. We are SO proud of all our Remarkable Red Hawk nominees! Their many accomplishments and achievements do not go unnoticed!
10 months ago, Jolynn Siebenmorgen
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Boys will play at 6:00 pm on Friday March 1 against Maur Hill. Semi-final game will be played at Marysville. Its a great day to be a Red Hawk!
10 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Kate Madsen
On Tuesday, March 5th, HHS STUCO will be holding a blood drive in the auditorium from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm. Due to the extreme shortage of blood, the drive will be open to both students and adults from the community. Students who are 16 will have permission sheets sent home to be signed by parents/guardians, and adults will just need to check into the office before donation. (If you could RSVP, that would be great so we could get a general headcount. Call the High School at 742-3312 and ask for Mr. Diller. BUT, If you don’t RSVP, you can still donate!) . Please come and donate blood to save a life!
10 months ago, Kate Madsen
Jolynn Siebenmorgen
HMS Glow in the dark dance March 22nd . 7th and 8th grade only Time- 7:00 to 8:30 pm, cost- $2.00
10 months ago, Jolynn Siebenmorgen
Jolynn Siebenmorgen
HMS track practice will start March 18th after school. Parent meeting will be at 5:45 pm that day.
10 months ago, Jolynn Siebenmorgen
Hiawatha Schools USD415
HS Girls Basketball will play first round of Sub-State Basketball at Sabetha tonight. Tip-off is at 7:00. Come support the Lady Red Hawks!
10 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Jolynn Siebenmorgen
HMS 1st Scholars Bowl meet at Jeff West. 7th and 8th grade teams brought home the gold. Congratulations!
10 months ago, Jolynn Siebenmorgen
Hiawatha Schools USD415
All middle school boy's basketball games will be played at Hiawatha Middle School starting at 4:30 in the following order: 8th Varsity 7th Varsity 2 Quarters each 8th JV then 7th JV
10 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
James Farnen
Lillian and Jenna discuss winter weather, student-led conferences and senior night on the latest edition of Red Hawk All-Access. https://soundcloud.com/red-hawk-all-access-pod/feb-19-2019-episode
10 months ago, James Farnen
Robin Madere
Thursday, February 21st, Brode Jones signed an agreement to attend Tabor College to throw discus on their track team.
10 months ago, Robin Madere
Hiawatha Schools USD415
HHS Basketball Schedule for Thursday Feb. 21st with Jeff West. 4:30 JV Boys @ HS 4:30 JV Girls @ MS 6:00 V Girls @ HS 6:00 Freshmen Boys @ MS Senior Night Recognition 7:30 V Boys @ HS NO C/Freshmen Girls Game
10 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Jolynn Siebenmorgen
6th Grade at Snow Creek
10 months ago, Jolynn Siebenmorgen
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha USD 415 will not be holding classes on Wednesday February 20th due to weather conditions.
10 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Parents, please remember that students should be fever free, without medication, for 48 hours before returning to school. We are seeing an increase in illnesses."
10 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Thank you to those of you who have completed the Family Engagement Survey. Your time and opinion are much appreciated. We have included a link to the survey below for those who have not completed the survey. Again, this survey will help us as a school district better engage families in their children's learning. Click on the link below to be directed to the Family Engagement Survey: https://www.districttools.org/family/survey/7rQziV/locale
10 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
James Farnen
Take a break from the rush and enjoy the latest episode of the Red Hawk (P)review from the Hiawatha High School Hawk-Eye staff! Just visit the link https://youtu.be/ETANx-ShrIQ
10 months ago, James Farnen
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha USD 415 will not be holding classes on Tuesday, February 12th due to the weather conditions.
10 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Due to declining weather conditions Hiawatha USD 415 will dismiss at 12:00pm today.
10 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Jolynn Siebenmorgen
Congratulations to the Brown County Spelling Bee participants! The Champion will move on to the next round in Wichita, KS.
10 months ago, Jolynn Siebenmorgen
Athena Garza
Tonight the Hiawatha Redhawks are battling the Royal Valley Panthers in a basketball game tonight at 4:30 with the JV boys at the high school and JV girls at the middle school. Then Varsity girls play at 6:00 and the varsity boys play at 7:30 both at the highschool. During the varsity boys half time the winter homecoming crowning will take place. Then after the game starting at ten the students will dance the night away at the winter formal homecoming dance till the clock strikes 12!
10 months ago, Athena Garza
Jolynn Siebenmorgen
State Farm Citizenship Award: HMS is proud to announce the January winners of the State Farm Citizenship Award, sponsored by State Farm Insurance- Ryan Meininger. Nominated by middle school instructors, one student from each grade level is selected. These students have demonstrated exceptional characteristics of respect, responsibility, manners, and thoughtfulness. They are recognized for great citizenship both in and out of school. We are very proud of them. Congratulations to all!!
10 months ago, Jolynn Siebenmorgen
Jolynn Siebenmorgen
State Farm Citizenship Award: HMS is proud to announce the December winners of the State Farm Citizenship Award, sponsored by State Farm Insurance- Ryan Meininger. Nominated by middle school instructors, one student from each grade level is selected. These students have demonstrated exceptional characteristics of respect, responsibility, manners, and thoughtfulness. They are recognized for great citizenship both in and out of school. We are very proud of them. Congratulations to all!!
10 months ago, Jolynn Siebenmorgen
Hiawatha Schools USD415
HHS Friday Basketball & Winter Homecoming Activity Schedule v. Royal Valley 4:30- JV Girls @ HMS 4:30- JV Boys @ HHS 6:00- V Girls @ HHS 6:00- Freshmen/C Boys @ HMS 7:30- V Boys @ HHS 7:30- Freshmen/C Girls. @ HMS Halftime of Boys Varsity-Homecoming Crowning 10:00-12:00- Winter Homecoming Dance Go Red Hawks!!
10 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Due to weather conditions Hiawatha USD 415 will be closed tomorrow February 7th.
10 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Due to weather conditions Hiawatha USD 415 will dismiss at 1:30pm today.
10 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Athena Garza
Our very own Hiawatha Red Hawk Laila Jones is on the move to bigger and better things! On January 31st she was surrounded by friends and family as she signed on to cheer at Highland Community College for her freshman year!
10 months ago, Athena Garza
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Red Hawk Talk is still scheduled for tomorrow morning. 9am-11am Board of Education Office.
11 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Due to forecasted temperatures and windchill Hiawatha USD 415 will be closed tomorrow January 30
11 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
James Farnen
Check out the latest Red Hawk All Access podcast episode, where are very own Red Hawk journalists tackle source reliability in news! https://soundcloud.com/james-farnen-896662417/jan-28-red-hawk-all-access-podcast
11 months ago, James Farnen
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Red Hawk Talk continues this month. Stop by the Board of Education Office 706 S 1st St. Wednesday January 30th 9 am - 11 am and visit with Mr. Moser and other members of the community.
11 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
HHS Basketball Schedule for Monday, Jan. 28th Hiawatha Girls Invitational Tournament 3:30. Horton v. Maranatha 5:00. Hiawatha v. Atchsion 6:30 St. Marys v. Falls City 8:00 Marysville v. Jackson Heights 6:30 Varsity Boys v. St. Marys at Hiawatha Middle School Go Red Hawks!
11 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Claire Geiger
February 2, the Hiawatha High School Forensics Team will travel to Nemaha Central to compete in their second meet of the Forensics season.
11 months ago, Claire Geiger
Claire Geiger
Hiawatha High School varsity Scholar's Bowl members will travel to Council Grove on January 31st to compete in the Regional Scholar's Bowl Meet.
11 months ago, Claire Geiger
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Updated Girl's Tournament Bracket
11 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Due to weather conditions Hiawatha USD 415 will not be holding classes on Friday January 25.
11 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
HS Varsity Boys basketball with St. Marys has been postponed until Monday Jan. 28th. Game will be played in the middle school, time will be determined.
11 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
ALL after school activities have been canceled for tonight
11 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Girls Invitational Tournament has been postponed tonight. The first round will be played Friday, second round Saturday and Final Round on Monday.
11 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha USD 415 will dismiss at 12:30 today due to drifted roadways caused by blowing snow. Lunch will be served and buses will run regular routes
11 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha USD 415 will not be holding classes on Wednesday January 23 due to the weather conditions.
11 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Bus 2 is running late due to train issues
11 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Girls Invitational Bracket
11 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
As the weather conditions continue to decline Hiawatha USD 415 will now dismiss at 11:30AM. We are extremely sorry for the inconvenience but the safety of our students and staff is of utmost importance. Lunch will be served and buses will run regular routes.
11 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
ALL after school activities have been canceled for tonight
11 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
ALL after school activities have been canceled for tonight
11 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Boys Varsity basketball with St. Marys had been moved to Thursday Jan. 24 6:00pm at Hiawatha Middle School
11 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Tonight Hiawatha Invitational Basketball Tournament has been rescheduled for first round on Thursday, second round on Friday and finals on Saturday as scheduled.
11 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Due to impending weather Hiawatha USD 415 will dismiss school at 12:00pm today. Lunch will be served and buses will run regular routes.
11 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Kyley Gatz
Congratulations to Mr. Darrin Arment, the HMS Remarkable Red Hawk Teacher for the month of December! The Remarkable Red Hawk program recognizes students, staff, and teachers who demonstrate excellence in a number of ways. Mr. Arment received a gift certificate sponsored by GNBank and a certificate of excellence.
11 months ago, Kyley Gatz
Hiawatha Schools USD415
All after school activities are canceled for tonight.
11 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
James Farnen
Check out the Hawk-Eye staff's shout out to YouTube Rewind and find out all about the January news in the latest episode of the Red Hawk (P)review! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fHnsrZx63jU
11 months ago, James Farnen
James Farnen
In case you missed the Marc Mero presentation last week, we've posted it to the Hawk-Eye YouTube channel at the link below. Definitely worth watching!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P1NY3jaDjQk
11 months ago, James Farnen
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Due to impending weather Hiawatha USD 415 will dismiss at 12:45pm. Lunch will be served and buses will run regular routes.
11 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
HS Varsity Boys Basketball team will play St. Marys on Tuesday Jan. 22 at 6:00 at Hiawatha Middle School
11 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
No School Monday January 21
11 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
HS Girls Basketball with Horton on Friday night, Jan. 18th has been postponed due to weather. The games are rescheduled for Jan. 31st in Hiawatha with a 6:00 pm start. JV girls will play 2 quarters followed by the varsity girls.
11 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
McLouth Tournament Update: Silver Lake 75-61 Hiawatha Boys play tonight at 7:45 v. Cair Paravel Go Red Hawks!
11 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Due to impending weather HS Boys Basketball Tournament in McLouth has been moved starting with Thursday: Thursday games will be played on Wednesday; Friday games on Thursday; 3rd place 7:45 Thursday; 2nd place 2:00pm Friday; 1st place 5:00pm Friday
11 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Cathy Robert
The HMS Science Olympiad team is busy practicing with their elastic gliders this morning. Get that distance! There is an invitational meet this Saturday at Monticello Trails Middle School. GOOD LUCK, team and Coach Thacker!
11 months ago, Cathy Robert
Cathy Robert
The HMS Spelling Bee was held last Friday at the high school auditorium. CONGRATULATIONS to all those who participated and to our finalists!
11 months ago, Cathy Robert
Cathy Robert
Congratulations to the HMS Remarkable Red Hawks for December! The Remarkable Red Hawk program recognizes students, staff, and teachers who demonstrate excellence in a number of ways at HMS. At the end of each month, one student from the fifth and sixth grades and one student from the seventh and eighth grades are randomly selected from all nominations during that month from students, teachers, and staff. Awardees receive a gift card sponsored by Citizens State Bank & Trust and Morrill & Janes Bank, a certificate of excellence, and a Remarkable Red Hawk t-shirt. We are SO proud of all our Remarkable Red Hawk nominees! Their many accomplishments and achievements do not go unnoticed!
11 months ago, Cathy Robert
Hiawatha Schools USD415
HHS Basketball Time Changes for Tonight- Friday Jan. 11th All games will start 30 minutes earlier. 4:00- JV Games 5:30- Varsity Girls, Freshmen Boys 7:00-Varsity Boys, Freshmen/C Girls
11 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
The HMS Spelling Bee will be held this Friday (Jan. 11th) at the HHS Auditorium at 9:30am! 17 students will participate and they welcome their family and friends to attend! See you t-h-e-r-e!
11 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Kyley Gatz
Students and Parents: On Wednesday, January 9th, motivational speaker and founder of Champion of Choices, Marc Mero, will be presenting to students in grades 7-12. His one hour presentation will highlight the importance of positive life choices and resiliency, while empowering students to make a difference. [Directly from thinkpoz.org] Marc Mero’s “Make It Stop!” Tour addresses the issues of bullying, suicide prevention, substance abuse, goal setting, dreaming big, making positive choices and achieving your highest potential. A former WWC and WWE Wrestling Champion, Marc has an extraordinary ability to connect with students and people of all ages and walks of life. For more information about Marc Mero and Champion of Choices, please visit https://thinkpoz.org.
11 months ago, Kyley Gatz
Hiawatha Schools USD415
HHS basketball @ Jeff West tonight. 4:30 JV Boys-Main Gym 4:30 JV Girls- Middle School 6:00 V Girls- Main Gym 6:00 Freshmen/C Boys-Middle School 7:30 V Boys-Main Gym 7:30 Freshmen/C Girls (Only 2 quarters) -Middle School Go Red Hawks!
11 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Key found at Hiawatha Elementary School!! To claim call (785) 742-2266 or stop by the Board of Education Office 706 S 1st St.
12 months ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
James Farnen
Enjoy the best Red Hawk (P)review to date, as well as your winter break. Happy holidays from the Hawk-Eye staff!! https://youtu.be/_dopvJH_BFI
12 months ago, James Farnen
Cathy Robert
The Remarkable Red Hawk program recognizes students, staff, and teachers who demonstrate excellence in a number of ways. We would like to congratulate November’s recipient – Mrs. Lisa Twombly! She received a gift certificate sponsored by GN Bank and a certificate of excellence. Congratulations, Mrs. Twombly!!
about 1 year ago, Cathy Robert
Cathy Robert
Congratulations to the HMS Remarkable Red Hawks for November! The Remarkable Red Hawk program recognizes students, staff, and teachers who demonstrate excellence in a number of ways at HMS. At the end of each month, one student from the fifth and sixth grades and one student from the seventh and eighth grades are randomly selected from all nominations during that month from students, teachers, and staff. Awardees receive a gift card sponsored by Citizens State Bank & Trust and Morrill & Janes Bank, a certificate of excellence, and a Remarkable Red Hawk t-shirt. We are SO proud of all our Remarkable Red Hawk nominees! Their many accomplishments and achievements do not go unnoticed!
about 1 year ago, Cathy Robert
James Farnen
about 1 year ago, James Farnen
Hiawatha Schools USD415
HMS art students are working with plaster casting today!
about 1 year ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Cathy Robert
The Brown County Sheriffs Department made a special trip to HMS yesterday and presented one of our students an award for their quick thinking and bravery. We are SO PROUD of our students! Congratulations, young man!!
about 1 year ago, Cathy Robert
Cathy Robert
HMS is proud to announce the November recipients of the State Farm Citizenship Award, sponsored by State Farm Insurance- Ryan Meininger. Nominated by middle school instructors, one student from each grade level is selected. These students have demonstrated exceptional characteristics of respect, responsibility, manners, and thoughtfulness. They are recognized for great citizenship both in and out of school. We are very proud of them. Congratulations to all!!
about 1 year ago, Cathy Robert
Hiawatha Schools USD415
HHS Basketball at Nemaha Central Tuesday 12/11. Games are as follows: Main Gym: 4:30--JV Girls 6:00-Varsity Girls 7:30-Varsity Boys Secondary Gym: 4:30--JV Boys C/Freshmen Boys C/Freshmen Girls #HHSRedHawks Go Red Hawks!
about 1 year ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Cathy Robert
HMS students love to read; and the Brown County Humane Society pups love the stories and the visitors!
about 1 year ago, Cathy Robert
Abigail Lowe
As the new basketball season gets underway, our Red Hawks are coming out on top. The varsity girls currently have a record of 1-1, having won against Troy this Tuesday but falling to Effingham the previous week. The varsity boys current record is 2-0. Come watch the Red Hawks tear up the court this Friday for their first home game of the season against the Perry-Lecompton Kaws!
about 1 year ago, Abigail Lowe
James Farnen
Vocal students will be holding their annual winter concert tonight at 7 p.m. The music won't end there, though. HHS band students will be holding their own biannual concert this Thursday, Dec. 6th, at 7 p.m. Be sure to come out in support of the musicians of Hiawatha High!
about 1 year ago, James Farnen
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha High School is among the nation’s 250 state finalists in the Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest – a nationwide competition challenging students in grades 6-12 to apply STEM skills to find creative solutions to real-world issues impacting their local communities.
about 1 year ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Cathy Robert
The yearly Student Council-sponsored HMS Lip Sync Battle will be held this Friday during Activity Period in the Gym! Guests/family are welcome to attend - come about 2:45pm!
about 1 year ago, Cathy Robert
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Students enjoying all the Snow!
about 1 year ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Thank You to Hiawatha USD 415 Maintenance staff who worked hard removing all the snow!
about 1 year ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha USD 415 will NOT be holding classes on Tuesday Nov 27th due to the weather conditions.
about 1 year ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
DUE TO THE WEATHER, HIAWATHA USD 415 WILL NOT BE HOLDING CLASSES ON MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26TH.
about 1 year ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
James Farnen
Read about your Hawk-Eye journalists by checking out their reporter profiles on the Hawk-Eye page. http://www.hiawathaschools.org/the-hawk-eye
about 1 year ago, James Farnen
James Farnen
Enjoy the latest installment of the Red Hawk (P)review from the Hawk-Eye staff of Hiawatha High School!! REEEEE!! https://youtu.be/qINwsM0Kax4
about 1 year ago, James Farnen
Cathy Robert
HMS seventh grade students pose after a successful "break out" session. Students collaborated to find clues and solve puzzles during an immersive learning game experience known as 'BreakOut EDU'. Fun times!!
about 1 year ago, Cathy Robert
Cathy Robert
HMS seventh graders assembled table favors for the Hiawatha Community Thanksgiving Dinner. Happy Thanksgiving, Hiawatha!
about 1 year ago, Cathy Robert
Kyley Gatz
Attention HMS Parents/Guardians: Today, HMS students practiced an evacuation drill and gathered at a safe and secure environment away from school grounds. The scenario for our drill today was a “potential gas leak.” Please speak to your student about the drill and help them to reflect on the reasons why such drills occur. I appreciate your ongoing support as we work thru a series of drills throughout the school year. Sincerely, Kyley Gatz Principal
about 1 year ago, Kyley Gatz
Emily Meisenheimer
This Sunday the Daily Perk will be hosting a Coffee and Karaoke event! Come with your friends to have a wild time and to sing your heart out to whatever genre of music your heart desires. It starts at 5:00 pm and last till 7:30. The cost is two dollars to get in, but definitely the best two dollars you’ll ever spend.
about 1 year ago, Emily Meisenheimer
Athena Garza
This Saturday is the KSHSAA game day spirt showcase. The competition will be held at the Expo center in Topeka. Come dressed in your best red and blue and support your local Red Hawk cheerleaders, starting at 9:00 am with an entry fee of $15.
about 1 year ago, Athena Garza
Cathy Robert
The high school invited our seventh and eighth graders to their Career Expo on Wednesday morning where they had the opportunity to visit with a wide variety of community business professionals. In the afternoon, the middle school hosted their own Career Fair! There, our students attended three small-group presentations in the vocational areas that most interested them. Huge thanks to all the community members who shared their time and talents with our students!! (We apologize for not having a picture of Stacy Jasper, the Hiawatha Parks & Recreation Director. Mrs. Krauter was paying too much attention to snap a photo, she said. ) :) Special thanks goes to high school Counselor Jenny Dunn and middle school Counselor Kim Krauter for coordinating the events.
about 1 year ago, Cathy Robert
Cathy Robert
Thank you to all the presenters at the High School this morning for sharing your time and talents at the Career Expo. Our middle schoolers enjoyed being included!!
about 1 year ago, Cathy Robert
Cathy Robert
HMS is proud to announce the October winners of the State Farm Citizenship Award, sponsored by State Farm Insurance- Ryan Meininger. Nominated by middle school instructors, one student from each grade level is selected. These students have demonstrated exceptional characteristics of respect, responsibility, manners, and thoughtfulness. They are recognized for great citizenship both in and out of school. We are very proud of them. Congratulations to all!!
about 1 year ago, Cathy Robert
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Superintendent Lonnie Moser invites you for coffee and conversation Friday November 16th 9:00AM
about 1 year ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Cathy Robert
In honor of Veteran's Day, HMS Student Council members invited students to fill out hearts and stars naming veterans and current military personnel they are either related to, or know. STUCO members put them on our entry wall, creating a flag.
about 1 year ago, Cathy Robert
Cathy Robert
HMS Grades 7 and 8 Fall Harvest Dance is this Friday November 16th from 7-8:30pm in the Commons!! Admission is $2.00. Parents are asked to pick up their students promptly at 8:30pm. Thank you!
about 1 year ago, Cathy Robert
Cathy Robert
The Remarkable Red Hawk program recognizes students, staff, and teachers who demonstrate excellence in a number of ways. We would like to congratulate October's recipient - Mr. Tim Abeita! He received a gift certificate sponsored by GN Bank and a certificate of excellence!!
about 1 year ago, Cathy Robert
Cathy Robert
Congratulations to the HMS Remarkable Red Hawks for October! The Remarkable Red Hawk program recognizes students, staff, and teachers who demonstrate excellence in a number of ways at HMS. At the end of each month, one student from the fifth and sixth grades and one student from the seventh and eighth grades are randomly selected from all nominations during that month from students, teachers, and staff. Awardees receive a gift card sponsored by Citizens State Bank & Trust and Morrill & Janes Bank, a certificate of excellence, and a Remarkable Red Hawk t-shirt. We are SO proud of all our Remarkable Red Hawk nominees! Their many accomplishments and achievements do not go unnoticed!
about 1 year ago, Cathy Robert
James Farnen
Check out the latest Red Hawk (P)review from the HHS Hawk-Eye staff! Happy Thanksgiving. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DqfhD3HvM0U
about 1 year ago, James Farnen
Robin Madere
Yesterday, November 7th, HHS students and staff 16 and older participated in a bi-annual blood drive from 9am until 2pm. 60 Red Hawks signed up for the drive and HHS donated 45 units of blood by the end of the day!
about 1 year ago, Robin Madere
Athena Garza
The annual career day will be held on the 14, next Thursday in the auditorium at the high school. There will be over twenty guest speaking in different classrooms, so dress sharp and take notes!
about 1 year ago, Athena Garza
Jenna Madere
Today at Hiawatha High School, Red Hawks will be celebrating our communities' veterans at our school's annual Veterans Day assembly. The Veterans Day assembly will start at 2:45 last until the end of the school day. On behalf of our school, I would like to thank our veterans!
about 1 year ago, Jenna Madere
Hiawatha Schools USD415
HHS Presents: The Addams Family Nov. 9 and 10 at 7:00 pm Nov. 11 at 2:00 pm Tickets are $5 for students and $7 for adults
about 1 year ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Robin Madere
November 5-9 is buffer week at HHS for sports players. Enjoy a relaxing week without sports practices Hawks! Winter sports practices will begin on November 12th for the boys and girls basketball teams.
about 1 year ago, Robin Madere
Jenna Madere
On October 29, 15 advisories carved pumpkins for a contest sponsored by the high schools KAYS club. Participants had from Monday to Thursday this week to carve. Today pumpkins will be judged by the cooks and our school custodian.
about 1 year ago, Jenna Madere
Athena Garza
This Friday get ready to get your boogie on and dance the night away at the Hiawatha High Freakers Ball. There's no trick or treating but come dressed in your best funny, spine-chilling, or cutest costume for a chance to win one of the themes for the costume contest! So be prepared for a night filled with spooky people and don't forget to check your emails to request song suggestions!
about 1 year ago, Athena Garza
Hiawatha Schools USD415
HHS Scholars Bowl Team placed second at Nemaha Central last night in varsity scholars bowl competition. Congratulations Scholars Bowl!!
about 1 year ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
James Farnen
Check out the latest Red Hawk (P)review to hear one teacher's chilling experience of hauntings at Hiawatha High School. https://youtu.be/dvloCByl_YY
about 1 year ago, James Farnen
Claire Geiger
Tonight, the 26th of October, your Hiawatha varsity football team goes head to head with Bishop-Ward High School in their last football game of the season. Wish them luck as your local Red Hawks take on the Bishop-Ward Cyclones tonight at 6:45.
about 1 year ago, Claire Geiger
Kate Madsen
Congratulations to the HHS cross country team for their success at Regionals! The girls and boys teams both placed second, earning them their spot at the state championship held at Rim Rock next Saturday. Individual medalists include Elizabeth Kettler, 2nd; Mary Rosa, 3rd; Kate Madsen, 4th; and Justin Hodge, 2nd.
about 1 year ago, Kate Madsen
Hiawatha Schools USD415
NO SCHOOL! Friday October 19th
about 1 year ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
HHS astronomy club had a star party! They were able to image the moon.
about 1 year ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Cathy Robert
Congratulations to the HMS Remarkable Red Hawks for September! The Remarkable Red Hawk program recognizes students, staff, and teachers who demonstrate excellence in a number of ways at HMS. At the end of each month, one student from the fifth and sixth grades and one student from the seventh and eighth grades are randomly selected from all nominations during that month from students, teachers, and staff. Awardees receive a gift card sponsored by Citizens State Bank & Trust and Morrill & Janes Bank, a certificate of excellence, and a Remarkable Red Hawk t-shirt. We are SO proud of all our Remarkable Red Hawk nominees! Their many accomplishments and achievements do not go unnoticed!
about 1 year ago, Cathy Robert
Cathy Robert
The HMS Remarkable Red Hawk program recognizes students, staff, and teachers who demonstrate excellence in a number of ways at HMS. We would like to congratulate September’s recipients – our Office ladies: Mrs. Dorrine Olson, Mrs. JoLynn Siebenmorgen, and Mrs. Cathy Robért! They each received a gift sponsored by the Girard National Bank and a certificate of excellence.
about 1 year ago, Cathy Robert
Hiawatha Schools USD415
An email from Superintendent Moser was sent out today. This is a link to a survey looking for your thoughts on the current performance of the school district. We’d appreciate your participation. The email will come from admin@usd415.org via sendgrid.net and state NO REPLY
about 1 year ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Cathy Robert
Mrs. Pat Hummel and her friend Barb Decker (both from Springfield, MO) have been busy crocheting hats and scarves for Mrs. Michelle Vitt's students! Mrs. Hummel, a native of Canada, knows how to beat the cold weather! She has been making hats and scarves for HMS students for years. Our thanks to these wonderful ladies for their time and their beautiful work!
about 1 year ago, Cathy Robert
Cathy Robert
Notes from Middle School: Parent/Teacher Conferences are Wednesday from 4-8pm and Thursday from 4-7:30pm in our Gym. Please come see us!! 5th Grade teachers sent appointment notes home with their students with scheduled times. Grade 6, 7, and 8 teachers are available on a come-and-go basis. Into. to Tech, Vocal Music, and Band instructors will be at HMS on Wednesday.
about 1 year ago, Cathy Robert
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Grand-Friends Day Oct. 12th 8:40-9:40am-- Mrs. Forsyth and Mrs J. Bannister--2nd grade 10:00-11:00am- Mrs. Walker(Jones) and Ms. Twombly --2nd grade 12:50-1:50pm- Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Merkel -- 1st grade 2:10-3:10pm - Mrs. Sudbeck and Mrs. Strathman -- 1st grade
about 1 year ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Cathy Robert
HMS Student Council is sponsoring a 5th/6th Grade Movie Night on Friday October 26th in the HMS Commons!!
about 1 year ago, Cathy Robert
James Farnen
Check out the latest Red Hawk (P)review for lots of laughs. Get up to date on upcoming events, terrible Halloween-themed dad jokes, the end of the marching band season, and enjoy a "spooky" tale adapted from Alvin Schwartz's Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark. Bone chilling! Click on the link below to view it on our YouTube channel. https://youtu.be/OrTSewVZD4U
about 1 year ago, James Farnen
Cathy Robert
No football practice for middle schoolers tonight! (Tuesday)
about 1 year ago, Cathy Robert
Cathy Robert
HMS is proud to kick off 'Kindness Week' by announcing the September winners of the State Farm Citizenship Award, sponsored by State Farm Insurance- Ryan Meininger. Nominated by middle school instructors, one student from each grade level is selected. These students have demonstrated exceptional characteristics of respect, responsibility, manners, and thoughtfulness. They are recognized for great citizenship both in and out of school. We are very proud of them. Congratulations to all!!
about 1 year ago, Cathy Robert
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Join Superintendent Lonnie Moser for Coffee and Conversation.
about 1 year ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Cathy Robert
Over the last two days, students from Hiawatha Middle School have engaged in ALICE training facilitated by the Hiawatha Police Department. We encourage you to have a conversation with your child about the training and discuss any questions you may have. Thanks for your support!
about 1 year ago, Cathy Robert
Cathy Robert
Mr. Aller's seventh grade science classes created 'trash' boats from miscellaneous materials. Their task was to make a determination if their boat's density would allow them to float. The force of wind was used to propel their boats; this is a segue into their study of forces and motion. The race is ON!
about 1 year ago, Cathy Robert
Cathy Robert
First day of girls basketball practice at HMS is tomorrow after school!! The parent/coach meeting will begin at 5:45 after practice.
about 1 year ago, Cathy Robert
Cathy Robert
HMS Cross Country runners - please remember to turn in your uniforms tomorrow (Oct. 2nd) to Coach Williams. The girls basketball players will need them - their practice starts tomorrow! Thank you, all!
about 1 year ago, Cathy Robert
Cathy Robert
No middle school football practice today!
about 1 year ago, Cathy Robert
James Farnen
Check out the first Red Hawk (P)review of the school year, as well as Really Random Questions with Athena and Abby on the new Hiawatha Hawk-Eye YouTube Channel! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ejVvq1xsqDs&t=7s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nyduTtq0xJY&t=6s
about 1 year ago, James Farnen
Cathy Robert
A quick reminder that HMS school picture proofs have gone home with students. Cash/check orders are due in the office Wednesday Sept. 26th but you may order anytime online! Re-takes are October 9th and students do NOT need to return these proofs to have a re-take picture. :)
about 1 year ago, Cathy Robert
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha High School students are scheduled to get their student streams (laptops) this week. Students reviewed the technology usage policy yesterday. Parents are encouraged to review the policy with their students.
about 1 year ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Students at HHS had the opportunity to hear from some Red Hawk alumni during our "You Can Go Anywhere From Here!" event. Big thank you to all alumni who chose to participate.
about 1 year ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Cathy Robert
The Remarkable Red Hawk program recognizes students, staff, and teachers who demonstrate excellence in a number of ways at HMS. We would like to congratulate August’s recipient, Mrs. Theresa Williams! Mrs. Williams is a fifth grade science and ELA (English Language Arts) teacher. She is also our Cross Country coach! She received a $25.00 gift sponsored by the Girard National Bank and a certificate of excellence.
over 1 year ago, Cathy Robert
Cathy Robert
Remarkable Red Hawks are randomly selected from a number of nominations by students, teachers, and staff. The Remarkable Red Hawk program recognizes students, staff, and teachers who demonstrate excellence in a number of ways at HMS. At the end of each month, one student from the fifth and sixth grades and one student from the seventh and eighth grades are randomly selected from all nominations during that month. Awardees receive a gift card sponsored by Citizens State Bank & Trust and Morrill & Janes Bank, a certificate of excellence, and a Remarkable Red Hawk t-shirt. We are SO proud of all our Remarkable Red Hawk nominees! Their many accomplishments and achievements do not go unnoticed!
over 1 year ago, Cathy Robert
Cathy Robert
HMS Cross Country practice will end today (Thursday) at 4:45pm.
over 1 year ago, Cathy Robert
Cathy Robert
The HMS Student Council is selling T-shirts for their fund raiser! Proceeds go towards dances and other fun activities at HMS. Ask any STUCO member for an order form, and thank you for your support!!
over 1 year ago, Cathy Robert
Hiawatha Schools USD415
5th and 6th grade bands are enjoying a tuneful Tuesday!
over 1 year ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
HHS Football season opener Friday @ 7:00 pm. Please be patient with our progress with on our new track! Due to the construction on the track, fans will not be able to walk or stand on the track. Thank you for your support of our schools and our student/athletes!
over 1 year ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Cathy Robert
HMS Cross Country practice will end today at 4:45pm due to lightning.
over 1 year ago, Cathy Robert
Cathy Robert
HMS football practice is cancelled for today (Monday) due to the rain.
over 1 year ago, Cathy Robert
Cathy Robert
A big thank you from HMS to everyone who picked up their students yesterday! It was very smooth!! For convenience, you are encouraged to park at the south end of the lot (nearest the building) as much as possible. Watch for students meeting their rides as you enter and leave. :)
over 1 year ago, Cathy Robert
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Attention Middle school parents: ONLY BUSES will be parking on the street directly west of the school building (Morrill Ave.). Gr 7&8 will exit at the main doors. Gr 5 will exit the north entrance (by the Art Room). Gr 6 students will exit the east entrance (by the Library).
over 1 year ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha USD 415 Four-Year-Old Preschool Now taking Applications!! Applications are available at the Board of Education office 706 S 1st St. Hiawatha, KS and at www.hiawathaschools.org
over 1 year ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Our new website www.hiawathaschools.org and mobile App are now available. To access the new app search Hiawatha Schools USD 415.
over 1 year ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
Have a safe and happy 4th of July! #USD415
over 1 year ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
HHS Band Camp July 30-Aug 3
over 1 year ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415
Hiawatha Schools USD415
We have a new look!! Check out our new website and mobile app. We are very excited to team up with Apptegy to bring you a more modern looking, user friendly site.
over 1 year ago, Hiawatha Schools USD415