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.
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!!
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!!
Superintendent Lonnie Moser invites you for coffee and conversation Friday November 16th 9:00AM
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.
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!
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!!
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!
Check out the latest Red Hawk (P)review from the HHS Hawk-Eye staff! Happy Thanksgiving. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DqfhD3HvM0U
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!
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!
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!
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
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.
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.
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!
HHS Scholars Bowl Team placed second at Nemaha Central last night in varsity scholars bowl competition. Congratulations Scholars Bowl!!
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
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.
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.