Hoopeston Area Families Project Success Reminder Project Success does not operate on Fridays.
Hoopeston Area Families, Hoopeston Area CUSD #11 Board of Education and Administration is creating an opportunity for community stakeholders to have their questions answered. A HA Virtual Public Forum will begin in late April with quarterly segments highlighting important information about the school district, including a segment to answer questions. The first HA Virtual Public Forum is scheduled for release April 23. Please have your questions submitted a week in advance. To submit questions, send your question in an email to email@example.com. Further information will be provided regarding how to access the HA Virtual Public Forum.
Dear Hoopeston Area Parents or Guardians, The State of Illinois is approved to provide new Pandemic Electronic Benefits Transfer Program (P-EBT) benefits to all eligible Illinois students. Families in our district qualify for P-EBT because we are a school that participates in the National School Lunch Program’s Community Eligibility Provision (CEP). You do not need to complete an application to receive these benefits. Please note that citizenship status does not affect eligibility. What action needs to be taken now? At this time, it is very important for all families to ensure that the mailing address on file at your enrolling school is current. A complete mailing address will be needed to receive the P-EBT issuance in the near future. What is P-EBT? The purpose of P-EBT is to provide food assistance to families with students who would have received free or reduced lunch while attending school but are not receiving these meals in school due to COVID-19 restrictions. Who is eligible for P-EBT benefits? The following students are eligible for P-EBT benefits for School Year 2020-21. Students must be enrolled in an eligible NSLP participating Illinois school and; Students must be determined eligible to receive free/reduced lunch for the 2020-21 school year or enrolled in a Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) school and; Students are P-EBT eligible on school days in which a reimbursable meal was not provided to the student to consume at school. When will I receive the benefits? The Department of Human Services should begin issuing new P-EBT cards to all known eligible students in March 2021. Please note that all eligible students will receive benefits for all eligible school days, back to the beginning of this school year. If you need to change the address on file for your child(ren) please log into your InfoNow parent portal to update the address. If you have questions concerning P-EBT, please contact Chrissy Coffman at 217-283-6663. Thank you for your time to this matter.
Hoopeston Area Families, This is Superintendent Robert Richardson with an important announcement. Due to inclement weather conditions the Hoopeston Area School District will be closed for Tuesday February 16th. All practices and extracurricular activities are canceled as well. Be safe and enjoy your snow day.
Hoopeston Families, The start date for all Hoopeston Project Success sites has been postponed to April 5th. The Teen Reach program will run until April 5th for students K-8. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. We look forward to seeing you then!
Hoopeston Area Spectators, Hoopeston Area Administration is working directly with NFHS network to correct the malfunctions of the camera system. We are hopeful to have the system operating correctly by next week. The boys basketball game "Senior Night" against Watseka scheduled for Saturday will be streamed lived.
How to get signed up: Go to www.nfhsnetwork.com Click the person icon in the upper right corner Create an account Scroll down until you see the “Subscribe” button Click Subscribe button You will have two options $69.99 annual pass (can be billed monthly) $10.99 monthly pass (charged monthly, cancel any time) All passes offer access to live regular-season and post-season events On-demand events when available If you choose an annual pass, a portion of the fee will be returned to the school/athletic department (~$19.99 per subscription) When prompted, search for Hoopeston Area Other Information: At this time, we have cameras set up at both the MS and John Greer gyms to stream live indoor events. The hope is to get cameras set up for outdoor events in the future. Away games at most of our conference schools will also be broadcast on the network. At this time no conference school is allowing visiting fans and only allowing limited home fans to attend, so a subscription may be beneficial. In-Person Spectator Information: At this time, in-person home fan capacity is set for 36 spectators at the MS gym and 40 spectators at the John Greer gym. Ticket vouchers for admission to each contest will be given to the players to distribute to their families. Based on the number of athletes participating in each sport, some sports may be limiting athletes to only one ticket per athlete per contest. In order to attend in-person, spectators must be COVID screened and present that night’s event ticket voucher at the door prior to entry. Spectators will also be asked to provide their name and contact number to the ticket takers upon entry in the event that future contact tracing would be required. At entry, spectators will be given an assigned seat number that they will be expected to sit in during the contest. All spectators are mandated to wear a mask at all times while in the building. If a spectator leaves for any reason, they will not be allowed back into the building. Doors will open 30 min prior to the game start time. No concessions will be sold but a vending machine for drinks will be available at the MS gym.
Hoopeston Area Families, The Middle school has experienced positive cases and a large number of required quarantines. We will be moving all sixth grade learning to remote beginning tomorrow Friday January 29 through February 11. In-person learning for sixth grade will resume on February 12.
School Athletics Back in Action Hoopeston Area Athletic teams will be back to interscholastic competition very shortly. The schools will follow the IDPH guidelines; Spectator Expectations Limited capacity to follow IDPH guidelines Up to 50 spectators 30 ft Social Distance between spectators and participants. Spectators must properly wear a mask and social distance from non-household individuals. Each athlete will be provided a ticket(s) for guest(s) A ticket must be presented at the time of entrance to the event. Each spectator will be asked to provide name and contact information (to perform contact tracing if necessary) Each spectator will be asked if they are experiencing symptoms and have their temperature checked. Spectators are asked to not shout, sing or chant while observing the event. Spectators are asked to be courteous and remain seated to prevent obstructing others' view of the event. Spectators are expected to cooperate with event staff.
Good Morning Hoopeston Area Families, Due to the icy road conditions Hoopeston Area CUSD #11 schools will be closed today Tuesday January 26, 2021. Thank You, be safe and have a great day.
Meal distribution for remote learners will begin for second semester on January 6, 2021. Remote learners requesting meals for 2nd semester should sign up by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please be sure to include student name(s), as well as the location you will be picking up the meals. Locations include Rankin Lion's Club, East Lynn Fire Station, Wellington Post Office, or behind Hoopeston Area High School. Meal distribution will resume on January 6th.
Hoopeston Area High School and Middle School are proud to present the virtual band and chorus Christmas concert. Please follow the link below to watch. The video will also air on New Wave Cable Channel 16 starting at 1:00 pm and play throughout the rest of the day. #CornjerkerPride https://youtu.be/sGTwT5P6Rbg
As we enter the 2nd semester, we ask that remote learners requesting remote meals for the new semester please sign up by sending an email to email@example.com. Please be sure to include student name(s), as well as the location you will be picking up the meals. Locations include Rankin Lion's Club, East Lynn Fire Station, Wellington Post Office, or behind Hoopeston Area High School. As a reminder, remote meals will not be distributed on Wednesday, December 23rd, or Wednesday, December 30th. Meals will resume on January 6th.
Hoopeston Area has created a webpage to provide remote learning support to parents and students. You can find this page on the district website or by following this link: https://sites.google.com/hoopeston.k12.il.us/success-with-remote-learning/home
Good Morning Hoopeston Area Families, Honeywell Bricks are available. The bricks are free and may be picked up at the District Office during business hours, no limit.
Good Afternoon Hoopeston Area Families, Hoopeston Area CUSD #11 recognizes the importance of protecting students and staff, and is doing everything in our power to keep our schools open and in-session. The Illinois Department of Public Health has categorized basketball as a higher risk level activity. IDPH guidance classifies basketball at a Higher-risk sport and may currently participate at Level 1. Level 1 is defined as No-contact practices, and training only. Hoopeston Area CUSD #11 will continue to follow the guidelines of ISBE/IDPH for educational activities to keep our students and staff safe and our schools open. Click the link below to read the IDPH Sports safety guidance. https://www.dph.illinois.gov/covid19/community-guidance/sports-safety-guidance The statement released by IHSA does not identify the liability risk a School District would be accepting if they made the decision to defy the IDPH guidance. In plain language, this means the district could be held responsible, if any negative outcomes occur. In consultation with legal counsel and liability insurance carriers, Hoopeston Area CUSD #11 will comply with the IDPH guidance and restrict basketball to Level 1 No-contact practices, and training only. Hoopeston Area CUSD #11 will continue to await direction from the state about when it is safe to resume play before taking any further action to schedule our basketball season. We remain grateful for the hard work that students, families, and our staff have done to keep students protected and our schools open for in-person instruction, and we are committed to doing our best to keep everyone safe.
Good Evening Hoopeston Area Families, this is Superintendent Robert Richardson with an important announcement. Hoopeston Area High School was notified of a positive COVID-19 case today. Through working with the Vermilion COunty Health Department, we have identified close contacts and have notified those individuals of their need to quarantine. Hoopeston Area High School will move to fully remote learning beginning Monday November 2 through Wednesday November 11, with in-person learning resuming on November 12. Staff will be available to assist students with remote learning through Google classroom or students may contact the teacher and make an appointment. High School families may utilize meal distribution on Wednesday November 4 and November 11 behind the High School cafeteria, Wellington Post Office, East Lynn Fire Station, Rankin Lions Club or a country bus route. To utilize the meal distribution send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the students name and pick up location you will utilize by Tuesday November 3 at 12pm. Families, Thank you for your cooperation in this matter, stay strong and we will get through this together.
Hoopeston Area Schools have been notified of positive cases of COVID-19 within our John Greer and High School buildings. Administration is working with the Vermilion County Health Department to identify close contacts and notify them of the need to quarantine. Hoopeston Area staff are cleaning and sanitizing the areas identified to contain the positive cases. We will provide more information to the community as it becomes available. Stay strong, and we will get through this together.
As Hoopeston Area Schools return to in person learning, Remote Learning meal distribution will only apply to individuals learning fully remotely. Individuals on the meal distribution list prior to October 9 will receive meals. Meal distribution for remote learners is scheduled for Wednesday evening 5-6 pm behind Hoopeston Area High School, Wellington Post Office, East Lynn Fire Station, Rankin Lions Club and country bus route. If your child is fully remote learning and you have not taken advantage of this opportunity, send an email to email@example.com with the child's name and the pick up location you will utilize. Individuals transitioning to in-person learning are not eligible for remote meal pickup.
Good Afternoon Hoopeston Area Families, This is Superintendent Robert Richardson with a reminder for families of Hoopeston Area learners. Monday October 26, 2020 the District will resume in-person learning for those families selecting that option. If your family has selected remote-learning as your method of instruction, you will continue with that method. At this time Hoopeston Area CUSD #11 is hopeful by taking precautions and following the IDPH guidelines we may continue with the blended learning schedule through the first semester December 18. Should the District need to make a change to the learning method, we will notify families promptly. Administration, the transition learning team and the Board of Education will have discussions regarding learning methods and schedules for the second semester here in the coming weeks. Our goal is to provide options for families to fit their comfort level while providing the best educational services and opportunities to the Hoopeston Area students. Thank you for your cooperation, stay strong and we will get through this together.
Honeywell Grade School Employees Hoopeston Area CUSD #11 would like to provide you with an engraved plank of the gym floor as memorabilia to all employees that worked at Honeywell Grade School. Please complete the survey through the link below. Hoopeston Area CUSD #11 will not sell your contact information. We would like to touch base with you to say thank you for your service. https://forms.gle/Ycu1JtLQQ2aLCdDu6
Hoopeston Area CUSD #11 will host a Honeywell brick drivethru distribution on October 31 from 9 am - 12 pm or until bricks are gone in the parking lot of the Hoopeston Area CUSD #11 District office. The bricks are free and individuals will be allowed to pick up two (2) brick as memorabilia of the Honeywell school.
Good Morning Hoopeston Area CUSD #11 Families, Hoopeston Area CUSD #11 will be distributing meals once again this week of October 19-23. Remote Meal Sign up Deadline Tuesday, Oct. 20 Noon for Wed.,Oct. 21 5-6 pm pickup Please email 1)Student's name 2)Which pick up point you will use to firstname.lastname@example.org If you received meals last Wednesday you are on the list for this Wednesday. Pickup points Behind Hoopeston Area High School Rankin Lion's Club Wellington Post Office East Lynn Fire Station Rural Bus Routes
Good Afternoon Hoopeston Area Families, Hoopeston Area CUSD #11 will be distributing weekly lunches during this time of remote learning. Lunches may be picked up in East Lynn at the Fire Station, Hoopeston behind the High School, Rankin Lions Club and Wellington at the Post Office on Wednesday evening between the hours of 5 - 6 pm. We will also distribute meals to country students. If you would like to receive remote meals on Wednesday nights please email your name, physical address, and number of meals to email@example.com before 12 pm on Tuesday October 13 for Wednesday October 14 distribution. If you have already contacted the cafeteria you will remain on the list until in-person learning resumes.
Good Morning Hoopeston Area Families, This is Superintendent Robert Richardson. Hoopeston Area CUSD #11 has had several positive COVID19 cases within the last few days. The District is following procedures established through consultation with the Vermilion County Health Department, this has resulted in students and staff being quarantined. Due to the increase in the number of people being quarantined, Hoopeston Area CUSD #11 will close to in-person learning and function fully remote learning beginning October 13 through October 23 with in-person learning resuming on October 26. Teachers will be available through email, phone call or google meets to assist with student questions. If you experience difficulties with your device or technology, contact your child’s school office for assistance. The staff and administrators at Hoopeston CUSD #11 are excited to get back to in-person learning, but understand this is what needs to be done at this time. Thank you for your cooperation, stay strong and we will get through this together.
10/08 All Call Good Afternoon Hoopeston Area Families, This is Superintendent Robert Richardson, Hoopeston Area CUSD #11 has been notified of positive COVID-19 cases within three School buildings. Hoopeston Area CUSD #11 is following the procedures established in consultation with the Vermilion County Health Department to monitor and notify individual families of positive COVID cases and the need to quarantine. Hoopeston Area staff are working diligently to clean and sanitize areas where positive cases have been located. We will continue to monitor this pandemic and make a decision based upon the information and collaboration with the Vermilion County Health Department. Thank you for your cooperation in this matter. We will get through this together.
Good Afternoon Hoopeston Area Families, This is Superintendent Robert Richardson, Hoopeston Area CUSD #11 has been notified of a positive case within our Middle School. Administration is working with the Health Department on contact tracing. Administrators or the Health Department will be making direct contact with every family of an individual needing to quarantine. Thank you for your cooperation in this matter. We will get through this together.
"Glow in the Dark" Pre-Order your "Glow in the Dark" Cornjerker Halloween Shirts by Oct. 13th Youth sizes-$10 Adult sizes- $12 2XL and up- $14 Shirt color is Black Go to the Cornjerker Spirit Store to Pre-order: https://cornjerkers.myncrsilver.com/
Hoopeston Area CUSD #11 has been notified of a positive COVID-19 case within our schools. Administration is working with the Vermilion County Health Department on contact tracing. Staff members and families with students that are in need of being quarantined will be notified directly by a member of administration this evening. Students that are required to quarantine will move to remote learning through October 16. Thank you for your cooperation in this matter. We will get through this together.
Good Evening Hoopeston Area Families, Hoopeston Area CUSD #11 has been notified of a positive case within our schools. Administration is working with the VCHD on contact tracing. Due to the precautions that are being taken in the schools, a smaller number of students are required to quarantine due to close contact. Families with students that are in need of being quarantined will be notified directly. We will get through this together. Thank you for your cooperation in this matter, and have a great evening.
Hoopeston Area Families, As we near the end of the first quarter of school, families will have the option of changing their instructional method for second quarter. We ask that families wanting to change their instructional method contact their child's school by October 9 for the change to take place on October 19 the first day of the second quarter. Parent/teacher conferences will take place on October 21 & 22 from 3 pm - 6:30 pm. Parent/Teacher conferences maybe conducted in-person, virtually or by phone. We encourage families to contact their child's teacher to set up an appointment and method of conducting the conference. A summary calendar is available below and on the District website to inform families of the school schedule for the remainder of the 1st semester (Dec. 18). Hoopeston Area CUSD #11 Calendar 2020-21 August 17 Teacher Institute Day – NO SCHOOL (8:00-3:30 pm) August 18 Teacher Institute Day – NO SCHOOL (8:00-3:30 pm) August 19 Teacher Institute Day – NO SCHOOL (8:00-3:30 pm) August 20 First Day Student Attendance – Early Dismissal 12:20 pm (MS/HS)/1:05 pm (Maple/John Greer) September 7 No School-Labor Day September 18 Progress Reports for 1st Quarter Distributed October 12 No School-Columbus Day October 16 End of 1st Quarter Grading Period October 21 Early Dismissal 12:20/1:05 pm - Parent/Teacher Conferences – 3:00-6:30 pm October 22 Early Dismissal 12:20/1:05 pm - Parent/Teacher Conferences – 3:00-6:30 pm October 23 No School November 3 No School – State Election Holiday November 20 Progress Reports for 2nd Quarter Distributed November 25 Early Dismissal at 12:20/1:05 pm for Thanksgiving Break November 26 No School-Thanksgiving Break November 27 No School-Thanksgiving Break December 18 Early Dismissal 12:20/1:05 pm for Christmas Break – End of 1st Semester
Good Afternoon Hoopeston Area Families. This is school superintendent Robert Richardson with an important announcement. Hoopeston Area has been notified of a positive covid case within our Pre-K program. Building administration is working with the Vermilion county Health Department on contact tracing. We will follow protocols and individuals within close contact must quarantine. Due to the quarantine, our Pre-K program will move to remote learning through October 7 Thank you for your cooperation in this matter.
Good Evening Hoopeston Area Families, this is Superintendent Robert Richardson with an important announcement. Hoopeston Area CUSD #11 has been notified of a positive COVID-19 case. Hoopeston Area High School is working closely with the Vermilion County Health Department to perform contact tracing. Individual students and staff members have been notified and encouraged to have a COVID test completed. Custodial staff are deep cleaning and sanitizing areas the individual was located in throughout the school day. As more information is discovered, we will share with our families. Thank you and have a great evening.
Remote 7th & 8th Grade Back-To-School Event (CLICK THE LINK) https://www.hoopeston.k12.il.us/o/middle-school/page/remote-7th-8th-grade-back-to-school-event
All students that were enrolled at the end of the last school year and all Kindergarten students that have pre-registered are considered Returning Students. New Student Online Registration Link: https://registration.powerschool.com/family/gosnap.aspx?action=24726&culture=en Returning Student Online Registration Link: https://registration.powerschool.com/family/gosnap.aspx?action=24727&culture=en The Registration links will be open for 72 hours, (August 10th-12th) so you will be able to log in at any time during the day or evening to register.
All students that were enrolled at the end of the last school year and all Kindergarten students that have pre-registered are considered Returning Students. Returning Student Online Registration Link: https://registration.powerscho... New to CUSD #11 Student Online Registration Link: https://registration.powerscho... The Registration links will be open for 72 hours, (August 10th-12th) so you will be able to log in at any time during the day or evening to register.
The Hoopeston Area CUSD#11 transition team, is working to plan the reopening of Hoopeston Area Schools. Please take a moment to respond to our survey. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfI_ZOuu7mhcOFoLJTdAPpRZlthsgnmJzoZD_Trcha2roECvg/viewform?usp=sf_link
Class of 2020 Virtual Graduation will start at 3:00pm. Click link to watch ceremony: https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/hoopeston-area-high-school-hoopeston-il/evt0a09a382ec You may have to click "play" on the bottom left when it becomes available.
If you missed out on our first order of face masks, we have more coming. Order yours today at https://cornjerkers.myncrsilver.com/ Second batch will be ready after the 23rd.
Citizens for A Better Way The Informational Meeting to discuss the County School Facility Occupation Sales Tax scheduled for March 16, 2020 at 6:30 pm at the Hoopeston Library has been cancelled. Tuesday March 17, 2020 is the Primary. Fulfill your Civic obligation and vote.
Lunches will be distributed beginning Tues. - Thurs. from 11 am-1pm at 112 coffee shoppe, Rankins Lions club, East Lynn Fire Station & Wellington Post Office. Educational packets will be available for distribution during this time as well.
Hoopeston Area Schools closed Monday March 16. Administrators will be available within the buildings for students to pick up learning materials from 8-11 & 1-3.
Hoopeston Area Schools will be closed beginning March 17 through March 29 with classes planned to resume on March 30. The Governor has issued a mandatory closure of schools. We will be providing information as it becomes available. Hoopeston will be in session on Monday March 16.
Hoopeston Area continues to monitor the coronavirus (COVID-19)situation. We are working with county and state health authorities. There are currently no confirmed or suspected cases of coronavirus in the county. At this time, we are not planning to close school.
A matter important to our schools will be up for a vote next Tuesday March 17, 2020. Make your voice heard.
The County School Occupational Tax Informational presentation scheduled for 6:30 pm March 11 at the Legion has been moved to the Hoopeston Public Library 6:30 pm.
Hoopeston Area is working with Vermilion County Health dept., ROE, ISBE in developing a pandemic preparedness plan along with research based Electronic-learning days
Hoopeston Area CUSD #11 is stepping up our cleaning and disinfecting routines to keep our students and staff safe. To help prevent the spread of respiratory diseases like COVID-19; wash your hands, cover your cough, avoid contact with eyes, nose & mouth and people who are sick.
7/8 MS Cornjerker Volleyball against Crescent City tonight has been cancelled!
Hoopeston Area CUSD #11 will be closed Friday February 14, 2020.
As winter weather is forecast, be sure to check with WCIA, WHPO and a call will be sent to you if Hoopeston Area is not going to be in session.
Congratulations 7th Grade girls basketball! Playing in the County Championship in Jamaica Friday 10/25/19 at 7:15 pm.
Hoopeston Area CUSD #11 will dismiss at 2:05 pm for Maple and John Greer and 2:20 pm for the Middle School and High School on Thursday September 12, 2019 due to the heat.
Sports Booster Golf Outing July 6th Hubbard Trail CC Flyer is on the CUSD#11 website under Menu
You are invited to a "Meet and Greet" with New Hoopeston Area Schools Superintendent, Mr. Robert Richardson, on Tuesday, May 28th from 5:00-6:00 p.m. in the Hoopeston Area High School Library!
Delayed Dismissal, 5/16/19: We are holding the Maple/John Greer dismissal for 10 minutes until 3:15 p.m. to ensure that the storm has passed and conditions are safe. Thank you for your understanding.
Hello! This is John Klaber principal at HAHS. Tomorrow Thursday, April 25th, HAHS, in partnership with Carle Hoopeston Regional Health Center and Community Partners, is conducting a mock crash at Hoopeston Area High School at 9:00 AM. The mock car crash aims to send a reminder of the dangers and consequences of unsafe driving behaviors — such as drinking and driving and not buckling up — prior to prom and the end of the school year. The mock crash will be using real crashed vehicles set up on school grounds and student participants to dramatically act out roles as crash victims. The school’s student body will watch the demonstration and learn how emergency responders conduct rescue efforts in real-time. This includes the use of emergency vehicles and a life flight helicopter arriving on the scene. The dramatization, followed by a school assembly, will last from 9:00-10:45. Participating in the event are the Hoopeston Fire Department, Hoopeston Police Department, Arrow Ambulance, AirLife Helicopter service, Carle Hoopeston Regional Health Center, Anderson Funeral Home, Paul’s Towing service, and a Vermilion County Coroner representative.
Hello! This is John Klaber principal at HAHS. This Thursday, April 25th, HAHS, in partnership with Carle Hoopeston Regional Health Center and Community Partners, are conducting a mock crash at Hoopeston Area High School at 9:00 AM. The mock car crash aims to send a reminder of the dangers and consequences of unsafe driving behaviors — such as drinking and driving and not buckling up — prior to prom and the end of the school year. The mock crash will be using real crashed vehicles set up on school grounds and student participants to dramatically act out roles as crash victims. The school’s student body will watch the demonstration and learn how emergency responders conduct rescue efforts in real-time. This includes the use of emergency vehicles and a life flight helicopter arriving on the scene. The dramatization, followed by a school assembly, will last from 9:00-10:45. Participating in the event are the Hoopeston Fire Department, Hoopeston Police Department, Arrow Ambulance, AirLife Helicopter service, Carle Hoopeston Regional Health Center, Anderson Funeral Home, Paul’s Towing service, and a Vermilion County Coroner representative.
HAHS Mock Car Crash, Thursday, April 25th. This learning experience includes real crashed vehicles, student actors/participants, emergency responders, and a life flight helicopter on scene. Please call the HAHS Office with questions.
Class of 2022 Field trip! #Cornjerkerpride
The Cornjerker Spirit Store has several new items available for purchase including: May Shirt of the Month, Blender Bottles, Scarves, Umbrellas, Sunglasses, Cornjerker Wrestling State Placer T-Shirts, and more. Shopping Link: https://cornjerkers.myncrsilver.com/
Due to the low wind chill, Hoopeston Area will be running a 2-hour late start today, Monday, March 4th. School start times and bus schedules will be 2 hours later than normal. There will be no morning Pre-K at Maple School.
Hoopeston Area School District Press Release The Board of Education of Hoopeston Area School District is aware of misinformation in the community regarding the schools' policy about various matters. In an effort to correct the record, each and every school in the district calls the Pledge of Allegiance every morning. Students in early grades are taught the Pledge, and all students are asked to stand and recite the Pledge every day. No teacher in the schools is permitted to discourage students from standing for the Pledge or otherwise interfere with their showing of respect for the law's requirement that students be asked to reflect respect for our country. Even still, the school district fully understands and respects students' Constitutional rights to peaceably refrain from the Pledge during the school day. It is not District policy to comment on individual employment matters. Teachers are required to fully implement the school district's educational program, and the District is aware of no instance that a teacher has directed a student or group of students not to participate in the Pledge, and is aware of no instance that a teacher has discouraged any student from standing and reciting the Pledge. The school district and its staff have never asked for or ordered a student's vehicle to be relocated due to an expression of speech. The school district fully supports its' students rights to, without disruption to education, peacefully and safely express their individual political and personal beliefs at school.
The HAHS Cornjerker Spirit Store is happy to announce our March shirts are in! We have two shirt options: a gray t-shirt (youth XS - Adult 5XL) and a gray t-shirt with white stripes (Adult S - 3XL). We are now accepting credit card payments. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to order today. #LuckyToBeACornjerker
Congratulations, Mr. Geiss, News Gazette Teacher of the Week! http://www.news-gazette.com/news/local/2019-02-13/teacher-the-week-brian-geiss.html #CornjerkerPride
Our February shirt of the month is here! Our Spirit Store will be open for business Friday evening at the HS Boys Basketball game. We have short sleeve youth ($13), short sleeve adult ($15) as well as long sleeve ($20). For questions, email email@example.com #CornjerkerPride
This message is a reminder that we have a previously planned early dismissal tomorrow, Friday, February 1st. Students will be dismissed at 12:05/12:20 p.m. according to our 2018-2019 calendar. Thank you, and have a great evening.
Come out and show your support to our CORNJERKER BOWLING TEAM!💙
Greetings! Please take the Illinois Parent/Guardian 5Essentials Survey at the following link: https://survey.5-essentials.org/illinois/ We value your opinion!
So proud of our CORNJERKER BOWLING Team THEY were 4th out of 8 teams. There were 40 girls. Jay Linder had high game and got a ribbon. She also had high 6 game and 3 game series. Kayla Goble was 14th for single games and 10th in 6 game and 3rd for 3 game. I would like to make a shout out to freshman Emily Ray for stepping up and bowling 6 games today after only practicing 2 days this week! Way to go team! 💙🎳
With winter weather upon us, please take a moment to review the Hoopeston Area Emergency Schedule at the following link. https://5il.co/5m7n This schedule includes a 2-hour late start option for inclement weather as well as early dismissal times, if needed.
Mrs Pratt’s life skills class making cornbread!
Support the HAHS Marketing class. We are having a friendly competition with two different designs to raise money to purchase more Cornjerker branded items. Our wish includes Cornjerker playing cards, bobbleheads, plush dolls, and more. Group 1: https://www.customink.com/fundraising/marketingteam1 Group 2: https://www.customink.com/fundraising/marketingteam2
The National Emergency Alert System will conduct a test on Wed., October 3rd at 1:18 p.m. You should receive a test message with a header that reads "Presidential Alert" and text that says: “THIS IS A TEST of the National Wireless Emergency Alert System. No action is needed.”
Seniors giving the freshmen some tips! #cornjerkerpride
Powderpuff ready to begin #cornjerkerpride
Hoopeston Area School District sends apologies to families who received repeated messages this morning while our system was hacked. No student data was taken, we have the problem fixed, and we will pursue legal action against those found responsible.
This summer our staff spent some time learning about positive psychology through Orange Frog Workshop. This video shows staff breaking social scripts and acting out random acts of kindness. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=3WtLiGoxtfc
We are very excited to welcome students and families back for the 2018-2019 school year! The first day of school is Monday, August 20th with a 2:05/2:20 p.m. dismissal.