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  • Free tutoring
    Need help in math or science? Contact askrose.org for FREE, yes FREE tutoring from Rose-Hulman college students!

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  • FAFSA

    Students and their parents looking for help completing the FAFSA are encouraged to attend one of these workshops. ISM College Planning Team Members will be at Hobart High School to help families complete the FAFSA on the Web or answer any questions you may have! 1 day but 2 sessions - come to whichever is more convenient for you! 

    March 2nd at Hobart High School
    8am - 11am located in our Learning Center (Room 1111) - Please enter through door #1
    4pm - 7pm located in room 1316 - Please enter through door #1

     

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  • GFL Flyer

    The Go For Launch! program is a 3-day program for High School students that uses Space Exploration as a platform to launch student involvement. Students will work in teams on collaborative activities adn define and design their own space experiement that, if deemed the overall winner, will be launched into space! This is a unique experience that will give your high school student the tools and skills that can lead to success in any venture that requires imagination, leadership, teamwork, and problem solving skills. To learn more or register, click here!

     

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  • FOE

     Hi Brickies! With most everything being digital these days we thought we would create a digital Focus on Education! Instead of receiving an issue in the Fall and the Spring, you will now receive an issue every month! We are excited about the change and hope that you are too! We will be sending them through Skyward and will also post on the School City of Hobart Website, Facebook page, and Twitter! #brickieup
    Click here to see March 2017! 

     

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  • Great Job!

    Congratulations Liberty Elementary! 

    Each year, the IDOE recognizes schools that perform in the upper 25th percentile of schools in performance on ISTEP+ and ECA state exams, as well as their rating determined by the national No Child Left Behind statute's Adequate Yearly Progress. These schools make the 2016 Four Star List. This year we are PROUD to announce the our wonderful LIBERTY ELEMENTARY made the list! Congratulations to ALL of the staff at Liberty for their hard work and dedication to the students. Click here to see a complete list of schools that received the award, as well as more information about the qualifications for the award. 

     

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  • Honor Roll
    Congratulations to the School City of Hobart!

    By increasing access to stimulating courses and college opportunity, our school district has created a culture of success and earned a place on the Gaston Caperton Opportunity Honor Roll! Read the National Press Release! 

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  • istep

    The twenty five members of the Northwest Indiana Public School Study Council (NWIPSSC) would like to share this message to the community regarding 2015 ISTEP+ results. Please click here to read. 

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  • band

    HHS Band performs at Purdue's Halftime! 
    This is a GREAT article about our Marching Band and them performing at Purdue University!! They performed during half-time at one of the games and had an experience that I am sure they will never forget! Great Job! Read the article here!

     

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  • 21st

    Free college and scholarships!
    21st Century Scholars is program offering free college education to schools in thet state of Indiana. This program is available to any student on a free or reduced lunch program. Students can start to apply in 7th grade & anytime in 8th grade. The deadline is June 30th of their 8th grade year. For more information and to apply click here

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  • skyward

    Would you like to easily access your child's Skyward anywhere at anytime? Now you can with the Skyward App! It is available for both Android and iPhone users and is completely FREE! For more information and instructions, click here!

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  • BFB

    "Once a Brickie, Always a Brickie: The History of Hobart Football" book is availbale! You can check out a preview here! Feel free to stop in the the High School Athletic Office, Door 19, and see Cindy from 7am-11:45am or 1pm-3pm to purchase a book! You can also order online at hobartbrickiefootball.com!

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  • Legacy Foundation
    Looking for $$$ to further your education? Check out the Legacy Foundation Scholarship website! There are dozens of scholarships for graduating seniors, current college students and special scholarships for low-income families or those looking to get their GED! 


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  • SMI and SRI
    Have questions about the Scholastic Math and Reading Inventory? Check out this link! It has a great presentation and links for additional resources. 


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  • Have questions or concerns about Measles? You can always call Julie at our Brickie Clinic or visit the CDC website for answers to frequently asked questions and more information.  

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  • Don't be a statistic! 
    Texting while driving has become the leading cause of teen deaths. Take a moment and check out this video that is a great representation of the reality of driving and texting and how your decision will impact many others, not just you. Don't be a statistic, be the change! 


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  • Indiana's Superintendent, Glenda Ritz
    has shared a Family Engagement Message Video and also introduces Indiana's Parent Portal. Click here to hear her message!

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  • Partnership has positive impact on Hobart schools!

    The Hobart Police Department and the School City of Hobart have joined forces in so many ways! The outcome has been great! Read about it in the NWI Times! 



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  • march 2016
    S.T.E.M Magazine - Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics
    See how we use it everyday! Click the image for your FREE access to this month's magazine!
    To view the past month's issues of STEM click here! 

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  • SYSK
    Check out some of our Brickies and the ways that have worked hard and inspired others! 


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  • cello
    Hobart String Orchestra

    Starting in the Fall of 2015, incoming 6th Graders can participate in a string orchestra conducted by Mr. Brian Grenier. Hobart is excited to be introducing this new program! You can support our students and the program by donating used instruments or by contacting Mr. Brian Grenier!  Check out their website! 

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  • AmazonSmile will donate a portion of your Amazon purchase
    to the Hobart Education Foundation who helps with grants, college scholarships and is a great supporter of Parents as Teachers! Click here to read more about this great program and how it works!
                                     
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  • Brickie Community Health Clinic
    Located at Hobart High School Door #11.
    The Brickie Clinic is for YOU and your children! Need a flu shot? Feeling under the weather? Can't get in to see your regular physician? Stop in and see Julie! Click here for more information! Please call to schedule your appointment!  
    REGULAR hours are as follows:
    Mon. & Weds.: 8:00am to 5:00pm (last appointment 4:30pm)
    Tues. & Thurs.: 8:00am to 11:00am (last appointment 10:30am)
    Fridays: 8:00am - 2:30pm (last appointment at 2:00pm)
    For more information or to make an appointment, please contact the Clinic at 945-9383.
     
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  • Education Enhances All Aspects 
    of NWI Future
    In the article from The Times Newspaper, Education Enhances All Aspects of NWI Future, Dr. Peggy Buffington, a lifelong resident of Northwest Indiana, reports on how to continue to provide a standard of excellence for families in NWI from her perspective as an educator who desires achievement for students in every phase of life.  Read it here!
     
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  • Extra Help in School
    Sometimes a little extra help is needed to do well in school. Click here for extra help and resources available. It works!
     
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  • Affordable Internet
    Affordable Internet provided by Comcast!
    Comcast may be able to bring affordable Internet to your home, where it belongs. To see if you qualify for $9.95 a month Internet service and a low-cost computer, click here. It is an affordable way to transform your child's life! You will need access to a computer to apply, feel free to come to the school and use our computer! 
              
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  • CALENDARS
    Planning a vacation? The 2015-2016 calendar is available as well as the 2014-2015 calendar! You will find the first and last day of school, grading periods, test dates, holidays and breaks by clicking this link.
     
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    FOE Spring 2016

    The Focus on Education Newsletter
    is on our website for your convenience. Partners in Learning for a Bright Future! Please CLICK HERE to read about Opportunities in the SCOH, Be Nice-Work Hard-Stay Safe, Cool Tools to Obtain Goals, Earning Cash for College, Work Based Learning, Early Education, Family Fun and Learning, as well as Senior Citizen activities!
     
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  • Cash for College
    Indiana College Admissions Information

    Learn More Indiana’s Cash for College

    Cash for College equips students and families with the practical steps needed to save for college, navigate the financial aid process and complete college with minimal debt. The campaign supports local students and communities with a variety of helpful resources, including online tools, age-specific checklists, special events, student contestsLearn More Indiana has an Activity Bank with activities for EVERY GRADE LEVEL on how to Plan, Prepare and Pay. You can find it at http://www.in.gov/learnmoreindiana/2413.htm .

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  • CYBERBULLYING
    STOP ONLINE SOCIAL AGGRESSION
    Parents and Guardians, please click here for helpful guidelines to prevent your child from being victimized by or engaging in online harmful behavior. Cyberbullies use the Internet or cell phones to send hurtful messages or post information to damage the reputation and friendships of others.  Please click on this link to read Dr. Buffington's letter asking you to partner with us to stop Cyberbullying!
     
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  • JROTC News!
    Catch up on the events that our JROTC Cadets have recently participated in by reading the attached newsletterYou will be amazed by all that they have accomplished this year!
     
     
      
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  • Early Learning Center
    Do you have questions about the kindergarten curriculum, volunteering or transportation for your kindergarten student? This brochure may help answer your questions.
     
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  • HHS is part of the Indiana College Accelerated Network (ICAN).
    Read all about Freshman Transitions, 21st Century Learning, & the college and career opportunities for Hobart High School students in this brochure.
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  • Graduating Driver's Licensing Law Requirements
    The Traffic Safety Division for the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute has developed the attached chart which clearly states the current GDL requirements.
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  • BRICKIE SAFETY TIP LINE
    AVAILABLE 12 Months a Year 24/7
    To report concerns for HELP, SAFETY or SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY in our schools, please call 942-TIPS (942-8477) and enter code 1190. 
    For more information on additional ways to use Safe Schools Alert System, click here.
     
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  • Homework Help!
    Rose-Hulman's Homework Hotline provides FREE math and science homework to Indiana students in grades 6-12. Students may contact the Homework Hotline from 6 pm to 9 pm, September - May toll free at 1-877-ASK-ROSE or on the web at askrose.org. The Khan Academy library of videos covers K-12 math, science topics such as biology, chemistry, and physics, and even reaches into the humanities with playlists on finance and history. Each video is approximately 10 minutes long, and especially purposed for viewing on the computer. This is a great resource!
     
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  • 2015-2016 SCHOOL YEAR BEGINNING & ENDING TIMES
    Kindergarten - 9:10 a.m. - 3:10 p.m.
    Elementary - 8:55 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
    Middle School  - 7:35 a.m. - 2:36 p.m.
    High School  - 7:45 a.m. - 2:36 p.m. 
    Kindergarten and Elementary students may be dropped off 10 minutes prior to start time.
    See the schedule, as well as the late start times, by clicking here.
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  •  
    Brickie Kidz
    Brickie Kidz is a fun, friendly, caring and creative environment where your child can play and learn. We are now offering it at TWO locations!  To learn more, please click on this link.
     
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